Burberry Fall/Winter 2019 Campaign * Danko Steiner & Nick Knight
Burberry unveils its Autumn Winter 2019 campaign, reuniting photographers Danko Steiner and Nick Knight to explore and represent the breadth of who Burberry appeals to.
.artist talk: Viktor & Rolf *between art + fashion
“Is your work fashion or art?”, this is a question that Dutch designers Viktor Horsting and Roelf Snoeren had to answer quite often during the twenty-five years of their fashion house, a period during which they created clothes characterized by an impressive sculptural appearance; clothes that they presented with runway shows similar to art performances, causing critics and the wider public to discuss the definition of fashion.
COS aw_019 *English Countryside
The shoot exhibits a collection with contrasting forms and sensual richness, featured on models Khadim Sock, Lina Zhang and Giedre Dukauskaite.
Ralph Lauren *Documentary: Very Ralph
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.
DROMe *seen by Daniele Neu
The new DROMe advertisement campaign stars Querelle Jensen in images seen by photographer and director Daniele Neu. Neu teamed up with creative director Marianna Rosati, art director Jamie Reid and stylist Emma Wyman to capture the fall/winter 019/020 collection in New York City.
WANDLER *p/f 019
Clear in function and shape, Wandler shows a distinctive aesthetic: elegant with unexpected dimensions and a dynamic use of colors.
Griffin x Woolrich *sophisticated sustainability
For almost 25 years Woolrich´s design hub *Griffin Studio* has designed garments and collaborated with some of the foremost outerwear brands worldwide, mixing fashion and sportswear at the cutting edge of innovation with a refusal to compromise on attention to detail.
Lacoste x Golf Le Fleur *Tyler, The Creator
Following a teaser in a recent video from California-based musician Tyler, The Creator, we now have the chance to see the first collaboration between Lacoste and Tyler, The Creator´s clothing brand GOLF le FLEUR.
SCHUELLER DE WAAL *Collaborative Cleaning Initiative
For Paris Haute Couture 2019/2020 the Dutch fashion design duo Schueller de Waal teams up with Pik Pik Environnement to present its first Collaborative Cleaning Initiative named ‘Litter’, supported by the city of Paris.
IRIS VAN HERPEN * hypnosis
For this collection, the designer fnds inspiration in the hypnotic manifolds within our ecologies through the work of American artist Anthony Howe.
Schepperheyn *an evening with friends
Schepperheyn continues to spread genderless vibes within the new Unisex collection, presenting a number of oversized styles, merging tailoring with work- and streetwear.
paria /FARZANEH *s+s 2020
The fascination started in trying to find why someone would ever feel so attached to an item of clothing. What makes them obsess over it?
Astrid Andersen *s+s 2020
Astrid Andersen launches her Spring+Summer 2020 collection taking a slower, quieter approach to the creative process.
HENRIK VIBSKOV *interview
Having produced more than thirty collections since his graduation from Central Saint Martins in 2001, the Danish multi-hyphenate is so much more than a poster boy for independent fashion.
WOOLRICH OUTDOOR LABEL *coexistence of humanity and mother nature: Not a soul in sight, only the sound of falling snow fills the air
oolrich draws inspiration from the coexistence of humanity and Mother Nature for a new outdoor wear collection.
GUCCI pre-fall 2019 *neoclassicism
In the idyllic Selinute Archeological Park in Sicilian, Jefferson Airplane’s ‘White Rabbit’ sounds, and time stops. Back in Ancient Greek times, people would gather after banquets to chat and dance by the temples.
Magda Butrym *assemblage of accessories
Each season Magda Butrym aims to create pieces that power both confidence and femininity, merge the sense of practicality with sensibility, and prove that the no nonsense wardrobe does not have to feel androgynous or cold.
Schepperheyn x Monty Python * how not to be seen
This season, Schepperheyn collaborates with Monty Python, to pay tribute to their 50‘s anniversary. Original prints from their iconic video How not to be seen are combined with the clean design signature of Schepperheyn.
Ralph Lauren *family is who you love
Ralph Lauren debuts a new global advertising campaign entitled “Family is who you love,” an inspiring celebration of togetherness and unity. Eight diverse and multicultural groups are featured and represent a broad spectrum of family—from multigenerational families to same-sex couples to chosen families—all united by the notion of family is who you love.
DRAG+DROP *belle de jour
For the s+s 019 season, the upbeat and jovial Kiev-Paris based fashion label Drag+Drop comes in strong with pop sensations and viscous silhouettes. Drag+Drop proposes a collection where the design team found its inspirations in the dramatic sexiness of French movies heroins such as Isabella Adjani’s in “L’été meurtrier”, the scandalous Catherine Deneuve playing out the most erotic fantasies in “Belle de Jour” or the limitless sexiness of Jane Fonda as a space pop Venus.
SCHUELLER DE WAAL *blue monday
Is your concentration gone ‘blu(e)rry’ ? It is only natural as today is 21st of January, ‘Blue Monday’, officially the most depressing day of the year.
The new global campaign showcases the stories of a group of millennial men and women, and how they ‘face their fierce’, and find their strength in the face of adversity. The new‘Faces of Fierce’ include athletes, LGBTQ+ activists, mental health advocates, and a group of Malibu surfers who, as volunteer firefighters, bravely fought the recent fires.
BURBERRY *new collection, new aesthetic, new era
Just recently, Burberry has revealed Riccardo Tisci´s debut ad campaign for the British house. For his first campaign, Riccardo has assembled a multigenerational cast of photographers and models, from the most experienced to the emerging.
HENRIK VIBSKOV *the radish arm charm
The environment+ how we humans act around it, is an unquestionable issue nowadays, which leads to questions about our awareness on reaching a more sustainable approach towards nature and agriculture. Farming inspired this fall+winter 019 collection. Reflections about how various ways of growing the food we eat every day, whether it’s in the city or in the countryside affect our life and the planet, encourages us to rethink and develop new methods.
PASKAL *s/s 019
PASKAL is renowned for delicate silhouettes, minimalistic shapes and precision that is reminiscent of innovative architecture and modern cultural processes. Beauty is derivedfrom the garments’ core components and construction. The main element of the brand’sDNA is the lassercut technique with the result being a sensitive design with strong personality.
BAND OF OUTSIDERS *a/w 019 men´s + women´s collection
For Autumn Winter 2019, Band of Outsiders’ Creative Director Angelo Van Mol looked at the moon landing as a pioneering event. One source of inspiration was Damien Chazelle’s recent movie First Man, starring Ryan Gosling. But instead of focusing on the moon landing itself, Angelo turned to the people experiencing it while watching this happen in front of their living room’s TVs. The collection is very much about the feel of the end of the 60’s and beginning of the 70’s. The choice of colours and fabric embodies this: warm hues including spice orange, burgundy and olive brown are balanced with camel, navy and black.
4510/SIX x HENRIK VIBSKOV *pop-up miami art basel
Last Tuesday, Danish artist and designer, Henrik Vibskov, unveiled a pop-up to kick off Miami Art Basel. In collaboration with independent retailer, Forty Five Ten’s 4510/Six platform for emerging talent. Vibskov designed a custom installation to celebrate the melding of creatives at Art Basel.
YUUL YIE 019 *dusty oasis
With this soft and soothing setting in mind, Sunyuul Yie, creative director and lead designer of YUUL YIE presents her SS19 collection, based on her ideal of a “Dusty Oasis”.
CONVERSE x MILEY CYRUS *3rd collaborative collection
As a woman open to all possibilities, Converse and Miley partnered to encourage that feeling of independence and self-empowerment. As she prepares to release her upcoming single “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” this latest collection celebrates Miley’s ongoing evolution as a woman – taking fans along for the ride from her first Converse collection to a more provocative place in concept and execution.
VIVIENNE WESTWOOD x BURBERRY *1st collaborative collection
Vivienne Westwood + Burberry revealed the campaign shots for their first collaborative collection. Shot by David Sims, the London-shot campaign features an eclectic cast wearing looks from the collection created as a collaboration between Riccardo Tisci, Vivienne Westwood + Andreas Kronthaler.
TRAUMA BAR UND KINO
TRAUMABARUNDKINO is thrilled to present it’s first in house production, the cross-pollinated fashion performance NOW YOU MAY TELL THAT I’VE BEEN SEEN BY YOU. We showcase fashion and contemporary dance in an event elaborated as part of a series that aims towards the experimental staging of a vision that challenges the norm of what can be perceived as a fashion presentation.
MERILIN KOLK *Lovina: depicted
“Lovina: depicted” is a collaboration between fashion designer Merilin Kolk and photographer Cecilia Riis that explores the ambivalence in Kolk’s BA Graduation Collection. Her BA Graduation Collection challenges the sexualization of the female body by covering it. The collection attempts to explore the identity of covered women in our time.
MONCLER Genius *The Project
An explosion of creative energy; this is the lifeblood running through the Moncler Genius project, a new multi-faceted chapter for the brand combining a variety of contributions which coexist alongside one another, creating a mosaic of differences and extraordinary individuality. These varied voices and approaches, some of which differ vastly from each other, are combined with highly distinctive languages, all brought together in a single design process conceived by Moncler.
Anna October *Capote´s swan
For Fall 2018, the Anna October lady is at ease with herself. Her natural manners, along with the grace of her body and mind lustre her clothes. She wears them proudly. Whatever landscape shefinds herself in, it’s her inner landscape that matters. She looks rich as a Capote’s swan, confident asan American feminist artist, feminine as a Parisian demimonde, at the days when women spent hours in the dressing room.
SCHUELLER DE WAAL *The Gateway To Fashion
During the last days of Paris fashion week, Dutch design duo SCHUELLER DE WAAL present their vision on fashion in an autonomous presentation at Palais de Tokyo, Toguna. Right when the marathon of fashion weeks frenzy is coming to an end, SDW offers fashion victims or victims of fashion the opportunity of some well deserved Fashion Therapy. Model Iekeliene Stange acts as the fashion therapist, guiding the audience through ‘The Gateway To Fashion’.
BURBERRY *B series
Burberry today revealed that it will be launching monthly product releases on the 17th day of every month, as part of its plans to excite customers with new deliveries and frequent communication.
SARDIN *elliss solomon capsule
SARDIN is an environmentally innovative e-commerce platform, working with brands that are taking mindful steps towards a cleaner future. SARDIN exercises a pre-order only method of sale and production, which ensures all garments are manufactured responsibly, meeting the exact demands of the market.
Converse x JW Anderson *Chuck 70 / Felt Collection
We buy objects – however mundane they might be – because they deliver happiness into our lives. Some collect sneakers. Some collect Pez. And some, like Jonathan Anderson, collect art. Also in the second column of Converse x JW Anderson the designer underlines his obsession with art and craft.
BRACHMANN *spring+summer 019
Struck by the timeless modernity of its design language, its effortless construction, and its balanced colour composition, it became immediately clear to Jennifer Brachmann that they wanted to create a playfully minimalist collection inspired by this architecture‘s gentle strengths, filigree contours + minimalist opulence. BRACHMANN‘s 019 summer collection takes the airy mood and organic elements of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and transposes them into contemporary fashion.
Concrete Objects x Suicoke *Lead Resin KAW Sandal
Concrete Objects, the ongoing project by Jobe Burns and Samuel Ross, the designer behind "A Cold Wall", and Suicoke have joined forces to launch a brutalist-inspired version of the slides KAW, one of the key silhouette of the Japanese brand, featuring mixed materials.
COS on the horizon *seen by Marcus Schaffer
COS is pleased to present its Autumn Winter 2018 collection in a series by photographer Marcus Schaffer. The images exhibit a modular and innovative collection, featured on models Veronica Manavella, Bakay Diaby, Hannes Gobeyn + Michael Sharp.
COS a+w_018/019 *campaign by Viviane Sassen
COS is pleased to present its Autumn Winter 2018 campaign by renowned art photographer Viviane Sassen. The campaign exhibits a modular and innovative collection, featured on models Karen Elson and Fernando Cabral, styled by Hannes Hetta. The shoot takes inspiration from juxtapositions in the environment, engineered elements and processes which refine the raw.
NADYA DZYAK *pre spring 019
Pre-Spring collection 2019 was inspired by the beauty of nature, as well as ancient landscaped woodland garden Leonardslee started at the end of 19th century in West Sussex. This beautiful garden has breathtaking views of the English countryside and blooming displays of Rhododendrons and Azaleas, which sprouts create incredible plant patterns. A floral easiness and transparency are the theme of NADYA DZYAK new collection.
CONVERSE *Seasonal Chuck - Fall018
By 1970 the Chuck had evolved to become the pinnacle of function and utility for sport, and was considered the best basketball sneaker ever. The Chuck 70 is built off of the original 1970s design, with premium materials and an extraordinary attention to detail. A shoe so rooted in tradition that it has its own instant history. That’s the Chuck 70. It’s not a shoe. It’s the shoe.
JOSHUA MILLARD *Resort_019
The Resort 19 collection from Joshua Millard pays homage to the pastoral and rural undercurrent of the brand. Inspired by his charming childhood memories and the farming culture of Dorset. The collection encompasses agricultural references with luxury fabrics including; lamb nappa, sandwash silk, organic cotton, wool crepe and trigrado shearling.
Band of Outsiders: Angelo van Mol + Daniel Hettmann
Following autumn+winter 018’s depiction of a winter-sport holiday, Band of Outsiders’ key inspiration for spring+summer 019 is a college trip to Italy. The collection brings together a complete everyday wardrobe, playfully embracing this season’s theme, with varsity inspired jersey, ‘dropped collar’ tensile shirting, and ultra-lightweight unstructured tailoring.
Boris Bidjan Saberi *Cultish Cuts and Consistency
Bass. It was the first word that came to mind when I thought of the Boris Bidjan Saberi collection. On the docks of the Cité de la Mode et du Design a caravan of stone-faced models in distressed leather stomped by. Tape tailing behind them like fury. The walls shook as slouchy silhouettes in grey, brown and black bounced with the hardness of the beat. Much like the drum Saberi marches to.
Henrik Vibskov *is Gone With the Wind
Three women, performers, dubbed the “VIBS Air Repair Service” remove cloths from wind turbines made of recycled sheets. In their tea-colored muslin uniforms they control the wind, and therefore, the show. Medieval bonnets, linen khaki suits, and chunky roped sandals make my acquaintance. A scalloped seersucker dress blows by; a raised polka dot shirt raises my heart rate.
Seducing the Eye at Maison Mihara Yasuhiro *PFW_SS019
Mihara Yasuhiro began as a shoe designer. An ambitious design student with big ideas. Twenty years later, in a cobblestone garage at 22 rue de Lübeck in Paris he’s still thinking big. Celebrating two decades of cerebral foreplay, the designer curled some pages from his own book. “Proto-Type II” it was dubbed, is a re-constructing of an inquisitive spirit, the program stated. A spirit which has undoubtedly earned him veteran status in an industry of high turnover.
SANKUANZ *for Protection
It was hard and plastic. Cut-outs of crosses, eagles and axes decorated the Sankuanz show invitation. At the time I didn’t know they were Shangguan Zhe’s interpretations on border patrol. I didn’t know what to expect. Then the lights dimmed. There was no time to settle in.
LI-NING *takes paris
It was part of China Day when I saw it in New York. A series of collections meant to introduce trendy sportswear brands from the East to the North American market. And considering the influx of Chinese capital particularly in the luxury market it was no wonder even then that the space was packed. So naturally, with the success in New York this season Li-Ning came to Paris.
Cmmn Swdn vs. Fast Fashion *s+s019 @Paris Fashion Week
“It’s a jumble out there,” read the program. As I stood in front of a literal bail of discarded clothing, a “Cmmn Swdn” placard placed in the center as if to hold it all. If only bold statements in leather, tulle, and mesh could solve the crisis of overproduction. Try to imagine a world sans resort, pre-fall and fast fashion. In a word, “impossible”. While the Scandinavian house by way of London, is surely not in the business of environmental activism, their take on the subject matter was impressive, if not coolly creative.
Looking at what happiness means in different regions of the world, the Chalayan Women’s Collection evolves in a spirit of re-enacting and abstractly depicting various historical world events. Cultural tendencies are applied as certain actions inspired by these events and placed onto ordinary clothes.
JOSHUA MILLARD *Childhood Memories
With the new collection, Joshua Millard offers a fresh perspective to his signature tribute to rural workwear. Now in his fifth season, the luxury, ready-to-wear designer continues to draw inspiration from his childhood memories of farming in Dorset and specifically, the rolling chalk hills of Southern England known as the Downlands.
VENCZEL *Collection 02*
Collection 02 affixes acute lines to sensual forms; blurring the distinction between form and function through discriminating workmanship and attention to detail. By eschewing the trends of an ever-accelerating culture, the label achieves a sublime luxuriousness in its calculated simplictiy.
Think Outside The Box *TNO*
The New Originals presents ‘Think Outside The Box’, a one-minute manifest film about creativity and diversity, directed by Rutger van Leeuwen . The 60-second movie is produced by production company Bruut Amsterdam.
Freya Dalsjø x Lindsey Wixson resort 018
Freya Dalsjø has been working with aspects of sustainability throughout all seasons. With focus on local production, durable design and respect for resources, she has naturally incorporated sustainability.
THE NEW ORIGINALS *new collection
The New Originals makes performance clothing for creatives. Striving for enduring and vigor clothing, that contributes to an individual. The brand believes that everyone is able to maximize their creativity regardless of their background, by thinking out of the box. Thinking out of the box means to The New Originals thinking divergent and free of boundaries.
BAND OF OUTSIDERS s+s 018
London based clothing label Band of Outsiders founded in Los Angeles has grown from a tiny operation designing men’s shirts and ties to now producing full men’s and women’s lines.
R.T.CO x SUCUK&BRATWURST *Cincia, Astore, Robin + Gull*
R.T.CO releases its upcoming Lookbook & Drop of sunglasses. The 3D illustrations are made by the Germany design agency SUCUK&BRATWURST.
A.F.VANDERVORST *a play on the anatomy of tailoring*
Composed of actual blazers and trousers, the AW/18 shoe collection shot by Ronald Stoops truly embodies tailoring materials and forms. Blazer patterns are highly recognisable in the sleeves boots where the original shoulder now hides the knee.
LIP *a new movement has taken form*
LIP stands for Live in the Present: A philosophy at the core of all existence, one we know and feel. Merging the now with art and design, a constant reminder to experience every moment as if it is your last.
Juergen x Adwoa Part 3: Ghana
With this chapter in the series I want the world to know that there are two families, both that mean the world to me – two sides to my story. So that’s what this is – a message of love and pride to my family and the people of Ghana.’ Adwoa Aboah
MARVAIS *moved by passion*
Marvais is founded by the two best friends Marie Libeert and Valérie Vanermen, who left their jobs to devote themselves to their passion. After, respectively, a career as brand manager and interior designer, Marie and Valerie decided it was time for them to start their own project. Launching their very own handbag label MARVAIS, resulting from a lack of timeless models with a surprising nod.
SOMA at Pitti Uomo 94
COS, the London-based fashion brand, is pleased to announce that it will present Soma, a capsule collection of menswear essentials in the form of choreographed art at the 94th edition of Pitti Uomo this June.
MAX V. KOENIG S+S 018
Craftsmanship is at the heart of the new luxury accessories brand, Max V. Koenig, designs leather goods for life-long companionship and to act more as wearable pieces of art than accessory.
MARTINA SPETLOVA *s+s 018*
London based designer Martina Spetlova studied chemistry before she graduated from MA Fashion at Central Saint Martins and her background in sciences still informs her designs through her experimentation with shapes, textures and colours to create a unique style.
London-based designer Paula Knorr offers vibrant, sculptural designs which fuse disparate prints, textures and colours to create her innovative signature aesthetic of second-skin separates.
COS A+W 018
The COS Autumn+Winter 018 season takes inspiration from two pronounced themes inspired by interdisciplinary research: real or imagined nature and processes which refine the raw. The result is a collection of classic wardrobe pieces with altered proportions and innovative materials that celebrate hybrid, sculptural forms.
Dog Gear *s+s 018*
Each year catwalks all over Europe are flooded with models as people from all over the globe watch attentively taking in the upcoming season’s trends. Fashion experts including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar have listed trends for spring and summer 2018 to include sheer, pastel colours, plastic and fringe. But as Harper’s Bazaar points out, the over-riding trend amongst designer heavyweights is to stick to what you know, further exemplified by the return of Burberry’s iconic plaid in this year’s runway shows.
DANSE LENTE *BODILY LINES*
For S+S 018, the brand has focused upon striking silhouettes and sculptural design to reshape modern expectations of a daily accessory. Think gymnastics - clean lines of vaults, rings and pommel horses that place natural curves against a backdrop of strong edges and robust hardware. What's more, the line references the bodily lines of an actual gymnast to add a further sense of fluidity to the collection.
A musing on the concept of ritual, the Aphid A+W018-019 collection explores the notion of formal dressing and dressing for ceremony, the traditions for men & women, nostalgia and the definition of "dressing up" in a contemporary setting. Having researched the ceremonial dress codes of Asian cultures, especially the hakama trousers of traditional Japanese cultural events, the concept of layering became a key focus for the new collection. On-going Aphid signatures, meshed with the composition and deconstruction of the classic suit, inform a shifting silhouette of pieces that can be worn together or styled independent of the whole.
The Eighties via old-school films Blade Runner and Tron; computer games and arcades, the buzz of pinball machines, their primary-bright graphics; the allure of the power suit, the even greater allure of its neon-bold colours; and that perfect kind of awkward style: in a collection that is nostalgic to the era, Roberta Einer rekindles the best bits of the Eighties to create her own updated take, one that comes imbued with a renewed glamour for autumn+winter 018.
NYFW *China Day*
As a 5 year joint partnership among Alibaba's Tmall, a luxury e-commerce company, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and Suntchi, China's leading fashion company, China Day aimed to boost worldwide recognition of Chinese design, and ultimately, promote global opportunities for the brands debuting this season. NYFW: Men’s China Day was officially part of the menswear schedule this season, next season it will switch to women’s as they take center stage.
Juergen Teller x Adwoa Part II: New York City
Revealing the latest portfolio of images from a series photographed by Juergen Teller in collaboration with British model and artistic director Adwoa Aboah. Shot in New York, the images feature candid moments between Adwoa and her close friends and family.
YUUL YIE seen by David Gomez Martin
‘Glamour’ is a word often co-opted, and often overused. For pre-fall 018 however, designer Sunyuul Yie - of breakout label YUUL YIE - has returned the term to its classic meaning, embedding a series of shapes, colors and patterns with old school sentimentality.
BURBERRY *reflecting the past, celebrating the present, heralding the future*
'Our Time', a piece of work on loan from the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Australia, investigates the subjective experience of the passing of time through movement, light and sound, and was reimagined in collaboration with Christopher, to provide the backdrop to the runway collection. The installation's pendulums swung to their own rhythm in time to the show's soundtrack by Jimmy Somerville, The Communards and Bronski Beat.
7 For All Mankind—a division of LA based Delta Galil Industries and the world’s premiere brand of denim innovation—announces the launch of it’s Spring 018 collection and campaign, WE ARE MANKIND. Shot on the streets of New York by renowned photographer Billy Kidd, the campaign cultivates a creative and all-encompassing platform that shines the spotlight on a myriad of artists, poets, musicians, designers, and creatives.