YUUL YIE 019
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”.
Pebbles that glisten in shallow streams. The sunset gently refracting soft lines of light from the waters’ edge. The sun spreading its tranquil rays. The Milky Way lights brighten up the night sky in the desert.
Using a colour palette of soft pastels, the collection comprises of her trademark kitten heels decorated with twinkling pebble-shaped ornaments, bringing a new interpretation to the word, oasis.
If you step inside the Moco Museum in the coming months, you’d be forgiven for feeling as if you had stepped into a twisted reality. Daniel Arsham, the New York-based artist, has transformed eleven spaces at the museum in order to merge past, present and future and immerse visitors in an absurd experience.
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.
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.