Knits that Pop – Fashion Trend Fall 2018 New York
After last season’s success, Patrizia Pepe continues its exclusive collaboration with Dua Lipa and reconfirms the famous pop star as the face of images for the new Spring/Summer 2018 advertising…
Knits that Pop – Fashion Trend Fall 2018 New York
For Dsquared2’s Spring 2018 ad campaign, fashion’s ultimate double team of Dan & Dean Caten, once again turned to long time creative partner Giovanni Bianco and the creative crew at GB65.…
Tom Ford is the master of fashion films. Since debuting his directorial title with A Single Man, said to be a visual medium in the form of a feature film, his…
Wild Kingdom – Fashion Trend Fall 2018 New York
Discover Mulberry‘s Spring Summer 2018 advertising campaign featuring models Adele Taska, Freya Lawrence, and Lucan Gillespie lensed by fashion photographer Billy Ballard. Agency | Spring Agency Creative Director | Andreas…
Punk Rock – Fashion Trend Spring 2018
Y-3 is launching the third and final chapter of the brand’s Spring 2018 campaign, a black and white campaign shot by Alessio Bolzoni, focused on the re-envision of the icons of adidas through the unique lens of Yohji Yamamoto: graphic, pure, and consistently forward-thinking.
Bolzoni’s black and white filtered photography highlights models in kinetic poses situated in a wide-open meadow against a cloud-filled sky. The stark background brings focus to the exhilarating collection, a fusion of sport and fashion to form a new uniform for modern streets. Styled by Mauricio Nardi, there is an emphasis on voluminous apparel from skirts to tunics and parkas, all maintaining the iconic three stripes, bringing in a sense of movement.
Also two exclusive versions of fresh Y-3 footwear styles, the Kusari and the Saikou are previewed in the campaign. The Kusari consists of stretch mesh and leather, leveraging both design and function, while the Saikou’s sock-like design that wraps the foot in adaptive support symbolizes Y-3’s commitment to aesthetic minimalism.
Photographer | Alessio Bolzoni
Models | Georgia Hilmer, Tyg Davison, Anton Jaeger, Born Chan Lee, & Tyler Reid
Stylist | Mauricio Nardi
Hair | Chi Wong
Makeup | Zenia Jeager
Production | Pony Projects
Director of Photography | Matthew Schroeder
Stella Maxwell embraces her inner rocker chic, in Redemption’s Spring 2018 ad campaign. Shot by Bebe Moratti, in black and white, the images exude attitude with bold contrast and carefree…
Lounge Singer – Fashion Trend Spring 2018
PARIS, FRANCE. MARCH 5, 2015 – Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 3 is running, here we bring you the best runways for you to enjoy and check at the new trends for Fall Winter in Ready-to-Wear.
Now take a look at the Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 3 runways.
“You have to commit,” he said firmly, as he described the process that determined the character of his new collection. “It was finished in summer, the look was done, the image was there three weeks before Christmas.”
“The collection is for a woman who uses words, both for their poetry and their violence,” explained Mouret backstage. “And in music, I am attracted to people who don’t hesitate to open their mouths.”
“Make it electric,” said new designer Adrien Caillaudaud. “She is a nice Parisienne, but now we want to give her a nice twist, to electrolyze her.”
Manish Arora wants people to know that “winter is coming”
Julien Dossena has done it again. His fall/winter 2015 show for Paco Rabanne was another considered, sporty chic lineup that put an accent on new volumes, impressive fabric developments and novel disk dress updates.
Ostensibly this show was meant to be a celebration of Paris as a global melting pot of cultures, races and religions. A cosmopolitan capital city that embraces all and refuses nothing.
“Fashion is a human story,” he insisted, “an industry that makes things with its hands. High tech stole the glamour of fashion.”
PARIS, FRANCE. MARCH 4, 2015 – Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 2 is running, here we bring you the best runways for you to enjoy and check at the new trends for Fall Winter in Ready-to-Wear.
Now take a look at the Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 2 runways.
At Lemaire, rebranded last January to sole moniker of its eponymous founder, it was so. The work of Christophe Lemaire, its languidly ascetic purity, always eschewed any blatant displays, removed sentimentality and promoted a form of restraint. That was still the case, evident in the way an overcoat enveloped the silhouette or in the restrained palette of urban neutrals, in black, blues and creams.
At Cédric Charlier’s show on Wednesday, the designer had one of the chicest actresses of her generation sitting in the front row. Charlotte Rampling, with her hooded gaze that gave nothing away, took in the designer’s colorful and sporty collection and was the first to congratulate Charlier backstage afterwards.
“I was looking to create a pure and sporty line that defined a silhouette that is active and ergonomic. A shape that fits with our times,” said Charlier about his intent for fall/winter 2015 offering.
“Tension,” said (apparently utterly un-tense) Yang Li after his Fall show: “It was absolutely about tension.” Tension is a positive force? “You have to destroy to create.” Ah, that old chestnut. Then what was he destroying today? “Well, with my hands, in the lineup, I was destroying the clothes.”
“I find beautiful what happens after.”
The first outfit and the last told the story of Dries Van Noten’s exquisite new collection. “Grounded glamour” was his theme, and from the moment Lia Pavlova stepped out on the runway (it truly qualified for that designation, stretching the entirety of a magnificent salon in the Hôtel de Ville), Van Noten’s intentions were clear—and his aim was true.
“It was all different woman,” said Van Noten after the show.
PARIS, FRANCE. MARCH 3, 2015 – Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 1 is running, here we bring you the best runways for you to enjoy and check at the new trends for Fall Winter in Ready-to-Wear.
Now take a look at the Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 1 runways.
“Music is liquid architecture; architecture is frozen music.” Continuing Goethe’s thought, you could posit that fashion is the stopgap that puts architecture back in movement. For their first show in Paris, Each x Other chose the Palais de Tokyo’s Yoyo. In this perfect backdrop for the art-meets-fashion brand founded by Jenny Mannerheim and Ilan Delouis, the words of Robert Montgomery blazed out from the back wall.
What stood out on the Devastée runway today is how well Ophelie Klere and François Alary know fabric. The devoré pattern of an intarsia knit, with Monster Munch-like smiley faces in a minute houndstooth standing out on a cream background, made that eminently clear. A monochrome palette highlighted textures just exactly, while the happy gloom of their motifs traced their way throughout.
“Je suis un sauvage et je connais pas d’autre façon de vivre,” sing-sang a childish voice with lines picked from chief Si’ahl’s 1854 address. Unlike previous seasons, there was a raw intensity here that belied the levity of models padding around barefoot.