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EGONlab


#EGONlab #springsummer20 #looks

EGONlab


#EGONlab #springsummer20 #looks

 

 

EGONlab
* l’appel


October 019



EGONlab is a french emerging brand whose visual eye is deeply inspired by artistic movements and which have greatly influenced todays modern society. Merging fashion, music, motion design, and mixed media art; EGONlab is a one of a kind brand and a movement in itself, one who offers a fully immersive and completely unique experience to its consumers.

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>> We see ourselves as visual artists. Each collection wants to preserve the aesthetics that a work of art must provoke. <<

EGONlab


‘‘Surely we must all feel a bit lost in this day and age. It’s time for the world to come together and be proud of our past, fully commit to our present, and with this commitment, build our future. We are on the brink of revolution. We need to spread the vision of our new world... It’s time to fight for our rights. This is L’APPEL.’’ 
 

The first spring / summer 20 collection draws its inspiration from all the revolutionary references in our history that have had a positive impact on modern society. It echoes the current geopolitical, economic and ecological context in which we live. Degrading from day to day, EGONlab wishes to appeal to the new generation: “Learn about the history of our history and build the world of tomorrow together".



The Collection [selected]


The collection of this first season will be the unisex uniform of the uprising of our generation which, today, has the duty to build the world of tomorrow.



Credits
(c) EGONlab


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Meissen X-Mas


#meissen #christmas #meissen-x-mas

Meissen X-Mas


#meissen #christmas #meissen-x-mas

 

 

MEISSEN
* xmas collection


October 019



MEISSEN has launched its new Christmas collection with unique and traditional decors in new designs. Special gifts and fine tree ornaments complete the X-MAS collection in the spirit of modern opulence. The eclectic collection picks up on icons decors and reinterprets them in the content of minimal graphic elements and shapes.

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>> X-MAS Collection <<

tableware

With the new collection "THE MEISSEN COLLAGE" Meissen presents an eclectic collection that picks up on icons decors and reinterprets them in the content of colourful graphic elements and shapes. With this new and innovative approach with its own design history of over three hundred years, Meissen allows its craftsmen a faster development and implementation of new decorative motifs.

With the multifaceted and contrasty series "The MEISSEN Collage", the brand expands the extensive repertoire of dinner services and promotes the creative handling.

Mythical creatures and bizarre animal drawings of ancient Asian porcelains, old Indian flowers, the world-famous onion pattern as well as the great art of Meissen chinoiserie are supplemented, superimposed and alienated with graphic elements such as stylized feathers and hearts. The result is a modern pattern mix with new use of color and striking contrasts. The MEISSEN COLLAGE shows the new design language of the brand, which gives the manufactory's own maxim of modern opulence an absolute new expression. It is a tribute to its manufactory history and the artisan sophistication of the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe.

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noble gifts from Meissen porcelain

The new Meissen Christmas collection includes writing sets made of the finest porcelain, which are decorated with the iconic crossed swords, atmospheric lanterns and hand-painted and Baroque style fruit cans. With the "MEISSEN Bottle Tops", Meissen picks up on historical and national character heads and converts them as hand-made replicas en miniature. In its jewelry collections, the Meissen manufactory sets new standards in the combination of porcelain and precious materials such as gold, platinum and noble stones.

In collaboration with the traditional brand Mühle, the "Mill Edition MEISSEN" has created a range of shaving and hairdressing products. In cooperation with Atelier Oblique, Meissen developed eco-friendly candles that are placed in relief vessels made of Meissen porcelain.


Credits
(c) Meissen



https://www.meissen.com/


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*Lacoste


#lacoste #pfw #lacoste20 

*Lacoste


#lacoste #pfw #lacoste20 

 

 

LACOSTE
* spring / summer 2020


October 019



The Lacoste Spring Summer 2020 runway show marks a return to Roland Garros, the spiritual home of French tennis and the terrain of René Lacoste. Designed by creative director Louise Trotter, the collection is unveiled around the Serres d’Auteuil greenhouses as Julien Benneteau, captain of the French Federation Cup team, and ‘Petit Croco’ Tiago Pirès practice on the Simonne Mathieu court nearby.

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>>union of sports, heritage & style<<

new hybrids


At home in this historic setting, Lacoste celebrates a soulful union of sports, heritage and style. Musing on the unexpected icons of Lacoste history, Trotter continues to challenge tradition with contemporary verve.  


For Spring Summer 2020, Lacoste has collaborated with two British female designers. Collaged sneakers are handmade by Helen Kirkum, upcycled from last season’s styles into new hybrids. The crocodile has been cast as Alighieri for Lacoste brass pendants and bracelets by jeweller Rosh Mahtani, transforming the house symbol as a totemic keepsake.

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>>LACOSTE<<

spring/summer 2020


Tennis and golfing originals are reworked:

an intimate souvenir of John F. Kennedy Jr. packed up for summer camp in his Lacoste polo shirt summons the mood of nostalgia, as does Rene Lacoste’s drive from Dieppe to Deauville with Suzanne Lenglen (a world champion known for her grace on and off the court). Playful proportions suggest clothes that you are growing out of and others you are growing in to. Tailoring is key, reflecting the bygone codes of sports elegance.

A Lacoste icon since 1927, the piqué polo is reimagined with a modern hand in squared proportions and magnified details of leather and knit. Joining an Art Deco typeset logo and the all-over ‘L’ monogram, Robert George’s 1926 crocodile is writ large on chest pockets and washed canvas beach bags, or discreet as hardware on slip-on loafers. Tradition and innovation are aligned throughout, elevating the leisurely pursuits of the everyday.


The Collection [selected]


Credits
(c) Lacoste



https://www.lacoste.com/


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VERY RALPH *Trailer


VERY RALPH *Trailer


 

 

RALPH LAUREN
* HBO Documentary: Very Ralph


september 019

With an uncanny ability to turn his dreams into reality, Ralph Lauren has built one of the most successful brands in fashion history out of his aspirations, becoming a living embodiment of American optimism and the American Dream.

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>>Ralph Lauren, 1978<<

Les Goldberg / Courtesy of Ralph Lauren


*VERY RALPH is directed and produced by award-winning documentarian Susan Lacy and will be the first documentary portrait of fashion icon Ralph Lauren.

The feature-length film reveals the man behind the icon and the creation of one of the most successful brands in fashion history. For more than 50 years, he has celebrated the iconography of America and defined American style, translating his vision andinspiration into one of the world’s most widely recognized brands. In *VERY RALPH, as he enters his sixth decade in business, Lauren reflects on his journey from a boy from the Bronx who didn’t know what a fashion designer was, to becoming the emblem of American style all around the world.

 
 


Offering unprecedented access to his life and work, Ralph Lauren speaks candidly in extensive interviews about his childhood, his five-decade-long marriage, the early days of his company, his response to criticism, his inventive multi-page ad campaigns and his pioneering vision which includes a remarkable series of firsts: Lauren was the first designer to create and market a complete lifestyle brand and expand into home furnishings, one of the first to champion diversity on the runway and in advertising and the first to create immersive retail environments that transformed the shopping experience.

VERY RALPH, the first documentary portrait of fashion icon Ralph Lauren, debuts TUESDAY, NOV. 12, exclusively on HBO. 





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ANNAKIKI *2080


#annakiki #annayang #2080 #annakikiss20 

ANNAKIKI *2080


#annakiki #annayang #2080 #annakikiss20 

 

 

ANNAKIKI Spring / Summer 2020
* back to the 80s in 2080


september 019



Inspired by a dream, ANNAKIKI Creative Director Anna Yang envisioned a girl from the future who travels back to the 1980s, embarking on a surreal journey through time from the year 2080. 

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>>back to the 80s<<

Anna Yang envisioned a girl from the future who travels back to the 1980s


The “2080” collection combines a masculine/feminine contrast, a signature of ANNAKIKI’s quirky style, with 80s elements like contour structure, wide shoulder power suits with ties, and exaggerated sleeves.  


During a time when the world economy experienced a recovery, social classes divided and clothing became an important means for people to express their individuality. Independent, professional women subverted tradition and displayed their originality with a colorful, powerful, exaggerated style of dressing.

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>>Creative Director Anna Yang<<

backstage


In the time before the internet and social media era, social activities involved people directly interacting at cocktail parties, dances and dinner parties with pop music by Madonna and Prince playing in the background. The time travelling ANNAKIKI girl blends the blazing style of feminism in the 80s into a brilliant collision of the future. 

The futuristic deconstruction design reworks the professional suits of the middle class. 

High-waist structures and elegant, playful silhouettes lead to fun fluffy party dresses, followed by the sparkly Saturday night, psychedelic party scene, where our girl is the star of the dance. Special touches throughout include exaggerated luxury oversized accessories, exaggerated metal glasses, crystal appliqués and custom print hair scrunchies.




The Collection [selected]




See the full Collection [film]


Credits
(c) ANNAKIKI



https://www.annakiki.com/


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SPORTMAX *S/S20


#sportmax #mfw #sportmaxss20

SPORTMAX *S/S20


#sportmax #mfw #sportmaxss20

 

 

SPORTMAX Spring / Summer 2020
* Inspired by Daniel Wurtzel


september 019



The SPORTMAX Spring/Summer 2020 sets sails on a journey with a sense of freedom and levity inspired by the artist Daniel Wurtzel known for his large-scale kinetic sculptures and installations. Artworks which communicate a sensation that frees the body and soul.

The collection powerfully mixes neo-romantic femininity and Sportmax’s signature interpretation of tailoring. The flying fabrics, the triangular shape of the sail, ropes and stitching define new silhouettes. The attitude of this aesthetic code turns around the idea of lightness, movement and femininity.

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>>inspired by the artist Daniel Wurtzel<<

known for his large-scale kinetic sculptures and installations


The collection plays with the contrasts between precise tailoring and the delicate fluidity of blouses and printed dresses in soft colors that appear to be faded by the sun. Fluid dresses in distinct silhouettes are characterized by important volumes and transparencies. 

Draping has been interpreted to emphasize an ideal femininity. Kaftans and shirt dresses are paired with knit ponchos or tops. The tailored suit is offered in feminine colors and soft fabrics, while pants and skirts are styled with puffy flower-print shirts or blouses with chains and leather band details. Floral prints in a hushed color palette are emphasized with a glossy effect. 

Summer cotton stripes, rubberized jersey and georgette, silk and leather. Mixing and layering of contrasting materials, the leather meets the fluid dress and the light shirts on necks and cuffs. Skirts and vests are constructed from a one-of-a-kind fabric made from woven leather that create a sophisticated graphic plaid, finished with a combination of both fringed edges and piped leather trim. 

The looks are accessorized with ankle-wrap sandals with rounded leather cords and high-performance futuristic sneakers, plus sporty leather caps, bucket bags and eyewear characterized by unexpected shapes and material combinations. 

A palette of faded, delicate colors: from white to light shades of greyish sky blue, dusty pink and sea foam green to the deeper cornflower blue and rich indigo.


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