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    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design for Spring Summer 2020

    Wisharawish Akarasantisook became one of Thailand’s most promising young designers in the early 2010s. His approach to design remains as honest as the first day: it is a form of self-expression rather than business, and…[Read more]

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    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design for Spring Summer 2020 Wisharawish Akarasantisook became one of Thailand\'s most promising young designers in the early 2010s. His approach to design remains as honest as the first day: it is a form of self-expression rather than business, and creative exploration. Championing technical mastery, immaculate handicrafts, and intricate details on pattern, Wisharawish plays with repetition of forms and geometric shapes, focusing on distinguished craftsmanship from different regions throughout Thailand alongside contemporary design. Wisharawish\'s collections are a dialogue between the designer and his clothes, and then between the clothes and their viewers. Fashion becomes a narrative, and a platform to share interpretations and understandings. Under this idea, he founded the brand WISHARAWISH in the early 2010s and became known not long after its creator won the first prize of Mango Fashion Awards in Barcelona, Spain. WISHARAWISH\'s wearable art and technical mastery have been continually exhibited worldwide. From Hyeres\'s Festival International de Mode & de Photographie in France to Bangkok Elle Fashion Week in Thailand to Wallpaper* Magazine\'s Handmade exhibition. These all helped to put the brand on the fashion map and art scene. For SS20, the designer Wisharawish Akarasantisook presented a collection where he explores a new chapter for the brand. He combines essential fabrics and sartorial cuts with wide and loose designs, resulting in a fluid, yet very elegant, silhouette. Dresses for women and blazers for men are the star pieces of the collection and the ones that show better this mix between a relaxed fluid style and a sartorial shape. The color palette was made from powder tones of gray, white, black, beige, and soft blue. The collection also included some geometrical and abstract prints. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Wisharawish Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #wisharawish #wisharawisharticle #wisharawishss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-324hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-331hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-339hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-345
    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design fo
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    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design for Spring Summer 2020 Wisharawish Akarasantisook became one of Thailand\'s most promising young designers in the early 2010s. His approach to design remains as honest as the first day: it is a form of self-expression rather than business, and creative exploration. Championing technical mastery, immaculate handicrafts, and intricate details on pattern, Wisharawish plays with repetition of forms and geometric shapes, focusing on distinguished craftsmanship from different regions throughout Thailand alongside contemporary design. Wisharawish\'s collections are a dialogue between the designer and his clothes, and then between the clothes and their viewers. Fashion becomes a narrative, and a platform to share interpretations and understandings. Under this idea, he founded the brand WISHARAWISH in the early 2010s and became known not long after its creator won the first prize of Mango Fashion Awards in Barcelona, Spain. WISHARAWISH\'s wearable art and technical mastery have been continually exhibited worldwide. From Hyeres\'s Festival International de Mode & de Photographie in France to Bangkok Elle Fashion Week in Thailand to Wallpaper* Magazine\'s Handmade exhibition. These all helped to put the brand on the fashion map and art scene. For SS20, the designer Wisharawish Akarasantisook presented a collection where he explores a new chapter for the brand. He combines essential fabrics and sartorial cuts with wide and loose designs, resulting in a fluid, yet very elegant, silhouette. Dresses for women and blazers for men are the star pieces of the collection and the ones that show better this mix between a relaxed fluid style and a sartorial shape. The color palette was made from powder tones of gray, white, black, beige, and soft blue. The collection also included some geometrical and abstract prints. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Wisharawish Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #wisharawish #wisharawisharticle #wisharawishss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-324hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-331hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-339hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-345
    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design fo
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    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design for Spring Summer 2020 Wisharawish Akarasantisook became one of Thailand\'s most promising young designers in the early 2010s. His approach to design remains as honest as the first day: it is a form of self-expression rather than business, and creative exploration. Championing technical mastery, immaculate handicrafts, and intricate details on pattern, Wisharawish plays with repetition of forms and geometric shapes, focusing on distinguished craftsmanship from different regions throughout Thailand alongside contemporary design. Wisharawish\'s collections are a dialogue between the designer and his clothes, and then between the clothes and their viewers. Fashion becomes a narrative, and a platform to share interpretations and understandings. Under this idea, he founded the brand WISHARAWISH in the early 2010s and became known not long after its creator won the first prize of Mango Fashion Awards in Barcelona, Spain. WISHARAWISH\'s wearable art and technical mastery have been continually exhibited worldwide. From Hyeres\'s Festival International de Mode & de Photographie in France to Bangkok Elle Fashion Week in Thailand to Wallpaper* Magazine\'s Handmade exhibition. These all helped to put the brand on the fashion map and art scene. For SS20, the designer Wisharawish Akarasantisook presented a collection where he explores a new chapter for the brand. He combines essential fabrics and sartorial cuts with wide and loose designs, resulting in a fluid, yet very elegant, silhouette. Dresses for women and blazers for men are the star pieces of the collection and the ones that show better this mix between a relaxed fluid style and a sartorial shape. The color palette was made from powder tones of gray, white, black, beige, and soft blue. The collection also included some geometrical and abstract prints. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Wisharawish Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #wisharawish #wisharawisharticle #wisharawishss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-324hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-331hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-339hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-345
    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design fo
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    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design for Spring Summer 2020 Wisharawish Akarasantisook became one of Thailand\'s most promising young designers in the early 2010s. His approach to design remains as honest as the first day: it is a form of self-expression rather than business, and creative exploration. Championing technical mastery, immaculate handicrafts, and intricate details on pattern, Wisharawish plays with repetition of forms and geometric shapes, focusing on distinguished craftsmanship from different regions throughout Thailand alongside contemporary design. Wisharawish\'s collections are a dialogue between the designer and his clothes, and then between the clothes and their viewers. Fashion becomes a narrative, and a platform to share interpretations and understandings. Under this idea, he founded the brand WISHARAWISH in the early 2010s and became known not long after its creator won the first prize of Mango Fashion Awards in Barcelona, Spain. WISHARAWISH\'s wearable art and technical mastery have been continually exhibited worldwide. From Hyeres\'s Festival International de Mode & de Photographie in France to Bangkok Elle Fashion Week in Thailand to Wallpaper* Magazine\'s Handmade exhibition. These all helped to put the brand on the fashion map and art scene. For SS20, the designer Wisharawish Akarasantisook presented a collection where he explores a new chapter for the brand. He combines essential fabrics and sartorial cuts with wide and loose designs, resulting in a fluid, yet very elegant, silhouette. Dresses for women and blazers for men are the star pieces of the collection and the ones that show better this mix between a relaxed fluid style and a sartorial shape. The color palette was made from powder tones of gray, white, black, beige, and soft blue. The collection also included some geometrical and abstract prints. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Wisharawish Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #wisharawish #wisharawisharticle #wisharawishss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-324hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-331hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-339hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-345
    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design fo
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW
    Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and…[Read more]

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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 4 weeks ago

    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994,…[Read more]

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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 11 months, 4 weeks ago

    Get to Know EK Laboratory
    Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious European entrepreneur, rapidly-establishing an international reputation as Brand Communications Strategist, Digital Producer, and Editor. Recently moved to Dubai from Milano, she is a competitive figure to address branding…[Read more]

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    https://youtu.be/K1Q6iiyb3XQ Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious European entrepreneur, rapidly-establishing an international reputation as Brand Communications Strategist, Digital Producer, and Editor. Recently moved to Dubai from Milano, she is a competitive figure to address branding and marketing communications operations for fashion and luxury brands. Jelizaveta’s background holds three degrees, including Media & Marketing at Cambridge, BA Hons Fashion Styling at Southampton, and Masters Luxury and Fashion Brand Management at Istituto Marangoni. “Fashion and luxury business was always at the heart, mind, and soul choice of mine in terms of career path.\" recaps Jelizaveta. \"Honestly speaking, I never gave a second thought about the market to evolve in. I always trust my inner-feelings when it comes to long-term commitments - I believe you need to choose who you are and what you are passionate about at the base. That will keep your spark alive and dedicated whenever instability may arrive.” To launch EK LABORATORY was a natural path with her five-year track record in creating commercial and editorial content, monitoring trends, and advising on market entry by connecting clients with right creatives, media, and distribution. The Agency & Date of Creation: EK LABORATORY is a boutique consulting agency with end-to-end digital production, marketing communications, and social solutions for fashion, luxury, and lifestyle businesses. Officially opened in April 2017, the agency was born from \'the curiosity to explore the constant innovation between globalization and exclusivity.\' “The term laboratory stands for a community I wanted to create and represent a team of young, innovative, highly-skilled professionals on an international scale, ready to operate on-the-go conditions,” declares Jelizaveta. After firmly establishing a reputation in Milano, their agency was focused on strengthening a Made in Italy concept and to provide a business connection with Russians on convenient terms. Nowadays, EK LABORATORY holds a client-book and partnerships among Italy, United Arab Emirates, Russia, & Post Soviet countries. Clientele & Services: EK LABORATORY assists and mentors clients at all stages of their development, including start-ups, established businesses, and emerging niche designers. At @eklaboratory their passion is to get in detail about clients aspirations and connect them with key figures in the industry. EK LABORATORY offers brand consulting & strategy, content production, public relations & media planning, social media management & influencer marketing, multi-brand showroom planning & distribution, and special branded events coordination. A strong online presence is vital, so they love to do both productive and fun. Now, for example, the agency works closely with AR filters, and have successfully launched their own filter Red & Black and now they opened the service to do branded filters for clients. Growth in the Fashion Industry: Brand communications is a base at EK LABORATORY. Their target is to enhance a client’s visibility with a 360-degree approach to solutions, to maximize brand awareness, adoption, and advocacy by bringing their acute knowledge of how to link the particularity of intended market’s consumer psychology, cultural trends, and communication hierarchy. \"We put importance in strengthening community relationships with media accounts like Hauturely to cross-communicate key figures and together be mindful about the coverage of particular trends and influences. We all are facing the extreme time pressure with being responsible for growing the industry in an ethical and sustainable way is The Priority on the table, and we are honored to represent a team that stands for authenticity, class, and change,” advises Jelizaveta. Recent Agency Achievement: \"As we all know Fashion, Design and Luxury Goods Weeks all over the world stands for the best networking and business representing times, and Dubai definitely remains as a global trade capital where we were interested in involving and investigating the changing face of fashion and luxury in the UAE.\" \"The October-November months were special for us to be hosted by @arabfashionweek, @meraas Fashion Days, Fashion Forward Dubai @ffwd, Dubai Design Week, and Dubai Watch Weel. It was a real pleasure to participate as an international media centre & PR partner and network with top GCC-based editors, influencers, creative directors, fashion, and luxury investors. You can learn more about what and how we did via our Instagram stories and posts: www.instagram.com/eklaboratory\" said Jelizaveta. Agency Evolution: \"Predominantly focusing on niche division and its businesses, it is both tricky and awaking to get crisis communications briefs; thus, we aspire to close more of challenging yet remarkable cases. We strive to be known as an agency for integrated communication solutions as a multi-national connector, without settling down to one local representer”, declares Jelizaveta. The agency wants to bring more of like-minded professionals on the board and advance together, boosting knowledge transfer between digital and business, incorporating emerging technologies and drive brand experiences the levels ahead. \"I get sentimental when people call me a Muse, but its what fuels me most, to know that my presence makes a difference in someone\'s dedication, and together we make it clear and outstanding.” - Jelizaveta If you are interested in what EK Laboratory does and have a willingness to foster a positive culture in business, for partnership and cooperation, email them at info@eklaboratory.com.#article #interview #eklaboratory . Image 2 - ‘The Spring Eupnea arrives with a new-in of fashion freedom, discovered in the very essence of the Italian landscape, set in the Abbiategrasso horse reserve’. Produced by EK LABORATORY team for L’Officiel Group. Image 3 & 4 - kitsch, daydreaming and Marie Antoinette inspired fashion party in winter editorial story ‘Chic Attitude’ for Rivista Russa luxury and lifestyle magazine, the most trustable Russian consumer-oriented magazine among Italy and Switzerland.0E0BD460-ADC8-4769-87B9-C91AFD70EF0980440440_1331066247065053_2669708360743387136_o_133106624373172078857901_1331066030398408_5090612839442284544_o_133106602706507579009751_1331065963731748_3942141548019318784_o_1331065953731749
    Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious Eur
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    https://youtu.be/K1Q6iiyb3XQ Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious European entrepreneur, rapidly-establishing an international reputation as Brand Communications Strategist, Digital Producer, and Editor. Recently moved to Dubai from Milano, she is a competitive figure to address branding and marketing communications operations for fashion and luxury brands. Jelizaveta’s background holds three degrees, including Media & Marketing at Cambridge, BA Hons Fashion Styling at Southampton, and Masters Luxury and Fashion Brand Management at Istituto Marangoni. “Fashion and luxury business was always at the heart, mind, and soul choice of mine in terms of career path.\" recaps Jelizaveta. \"Honestly speaking, I never gave a second thought about the market to evolve in. I always trust my inner-feelings when it comes to long-term commitments - I believe you need to choose who you are and what you are passionate about at the base. That will keep your spark alive and dedicated whenever instability may arrive.” To launch EK LABORATORY was a natural path with her five-year track record in creating commercial and editorial content, monitoring trends, and advising on market entry by connecting clients with right creatives, media, and distribution. The Agency & Date of Creation: EK LABORATORY is a boutique consulting agency with end-to-end digital production, marketing communications, and social solutions for fashion, luxury, and lifestyle businesses. Officially opened in April 2017, the agency was born from \'the curiosity to explore the constant innovation between globalization and exclusivity.\' “The term laboratory stands for a community I wanted to create and represent a team of young, innovative, highly-skilled professionals on an international scale, ready to operate on-the-go conditions,” declares Jelizaveta. After firmly establishing a reputation in Milano, their agency was focused on strengthening a Made in Italy concept and to provide a business connection with Russians on convenient terms. Nowadays, EK LABORATORY holds a client-book and partnerships among Italy, United Arab Emirates, Russia, & Post Soviet countries. Clientele & Services: EK LABORATORY assists and mentors clients at all stages of their development, including start-ups, established businesses, and emerging niche designers. At @eklaboratory their passion is to get in detail about clients aspirations and connect them with key figures in the industry. EK LABORATORY offers brand consulting & strategy, content production, public relations & media planning, social media management & influencer marketing, multi-brand showroom planning & distribution, and special branded events coordination. A strong online presence is vital, so they love to do both productive and fun. Now, for example, the agency works closely with AR filters, and have successfully launched their own filter Red & Black and now they opened the service to do branded filters for clients. Growth in the Fashion Industry: Brand communications is a base at EK LABORATORY. Their target is to enhance a client’s visibility with a 360-degree approach to solutions, to maximize brand awareness, adoption, and advocacy by bringing their acute knowledge of how to link the particularity of intended market’s consumer psychology, cultural trends, and communication hierarchy. \"We put importance in strengthening community relationships with media accounts like Hauturely to cross-communicate key figures and together be mindful about the coverage of particular trends and influences. We all are facing the extreme time pressure with being responsible for growing the industry in an ethical and sustainable way is The Priority on the table, and we are honored to represent a team that stands for authenticity, class, and change,” advises Jelizaveta. Recent Agency Achievement: \"As we all know Fashion, Design and Luxury Goods Weeks all over the world stands for the best networking and business representing times, and Dubai definitely remains as a global trade capital where we were interested in involving and investigating the changing face of fashion and luxury in the UAE.\" \"The October-November months were special for us to be hosted by @arabfashionweek, @meraas Fashion Days, Fashion Forward Dubai @ffwd, Dubai Design Week, and Dubai Watch Weel. It was a real pleasure to participate as an international media centre & PR partner and network with top GCC-based editors, influencers, creative directors, fashion, and luxury investors. You can learn more about what and how we did via our Instagram stories and posts: www.instagram.com/eklaboratory\" said Jelizaveta. Agency Evolution: \"Predominantly focusing on niche division and its businesses, it is both tricky and awaking to get crisis communications briefs; thus, we aspire to close more of challenging yet remarkable cases. We strive to be known as an agency for integrated communication solutions as a multi-national connector, without settling down to one local representer”, declares Jelizaveta. The agency wants to bring more of like-minded professionals on the board and advance together, boosting knowledge transfer between digital and business, incorporating emerging technologies and drive brand experiences the levels ahead. \"I get sentimental when people call me a Muse, but its what fuels me most, to know that my presence makes a difference in someone\'s dedication, and together we make it clear and outstanding.” - Jelizaveta If you are interested in what EK Laboratory does and have a willingness to foster a positive culture in business, for partnership and cooperation, email them at info@eklaboratory.com.#article #interview #eklaboratory . Image 2 - ‘The Spring Eupnea arrives with a new-in of fashion freedom, discovered in the very essence of the Italian landscape, set in the Abbiategrasso horse reserve’. Produced by EK LABORATORY team for L’Officiel Group. Image 3 & 4 - kitsch, daydreaming and Marie Antoinette inspired fashion party in winter editorial story ‘Chic Attitude’ for Rivista Russa luxury and lifestyle magazine, the most trustable Russian consumer-oriented magazine among Italy and Switzerland.0E0BD460-ADC8-4769-87B9-C91AFD70EF0980440440_1331066247065053_2669708360743387136_o_133106624373172078857901_1331066030398408_5090612839442284544_o_133106602706507579009751_1331065963731748_3942141548019318784_o_1331065953731749
    Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious Eur
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    https://youtu.be/K1Q6iiyb3XQ Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious European entrepreneur, rapidly-establishing an international reputation as Brand Communications Strategist, Digital Producer, and Editor. Recently moved to Dubai from Milano, she is a competitive figure to address branding and marketing communications operations for fashion and luxury brands. Jelizaveta’s background holds three degrees, including Media & Marketing at Cambridge, BA Hons Fashion Styling at Southampton, and Masters Luxury and Fashion Brand Management at Istituto Marangoni. “Fashion and luxury business was always at the heart, mind, and soul choice of mine in terms of career path.\" recaps Jelizaveta. \"Honestly speaking, I never gave a second thought about the market to evolve in. I always trust my inner-feelings when it comes to long-term commitments - I believe you need to choose who you are and what you are passionate about at the base. That will keep your spark alive and dedicated whenever instability may arrive.” To launch EK LABORATORY was a natural path with her five-year track record in creating commercial and editorial content, monitoring trends, and advising on market entry by connecting clients with right creatives, media, and distribution. The Agency & Date of Creation: EK LABORATORY is a boutique consulting agency with end-to-end digital production, marketing communications, and social solutions for fashion, luxury, and lifestyle businesses. Officially opened in April 2017, the agency was born from \'the curiosity to explore the constant innovation between globalization and exclusivity.\' “The term laboratory stands for a community I wanted to create and represent a team of young, innovative, highly-skilled professionals on an international scale, ready to operate on-the-go conditions,” declares Jelizaveta. After firmly establishing a reputation in Milano, their agency was focused on strengthening a Made in Italy concept and to provide a business connection with Russians on convenient terms. Nowadays, EK LABORATORY holds a client-book and partnerships among Italy, United Arab Emirates, Russia, & Post Soviet countries. Clientele & Services: EK LABORATORY assists and mentors clients at all stages of their development, including start-ups, established businesses, and emerging niche designers. At @eklaboratory their passion is to get in detail about clients aspirations and connect them with key figures in the industry. EK LABORATORY offers brand consulting & strategy, content production, public relations & media planning, social media management & influencer marketing, multi-brand showroom planning & distribution, and special branded events coordination. A strong online presence is vital, so they love to do both productive and fun. Now, for example, the agency works closely with AR filters, and have successfully launched their own filter Red & Black and now they opened the service to do branded filters for clients. Growth in the Fashion Industry: Brand communications is a base at EK LABORATORY. Their target is to enhance a client’s visibility with a 360-degree approach to solutions, to maximize brand awareness, adoption, and advocacy by bringing their acute knowledge of how to link the particularity of intended market’s consumer psychology, cultural trends, and communication hierarchy. \"We put importance in strengthening community relationships with media accounts like Hauturely to cross-communicate key figures and together be mindful about the coverage of particular trends and influences. We all are facing the extreme time pressure with being responsible for growing the industry in an ethical and sustainable way is The Priority on the table, and we are honored to represent a team that stands for authenticity, class, and change,” advises Jelizaveta. Recent Agency Achievement: \"As we all know Fashion, Design and Luxury Goods Weeks all over the world stands for the best networking and business representing times, and Dubai definitely remains as a global trade capital where we were interested in involving and investigating the changing face of fashion and luxury in the UAE.\" \"The October-November months were special for us to be hosted by @arabfashionweek, @meraas Fashion Days, Fashion Forward Dubai @ffwd, Dubai Design Week, and Dubai Watch Weel. It was a real pleasure to participate as an international media centre & PR partner and network with top GCC-based editors, influencers, creative directors, fashion, and luxury investors. You can learn more about what and how we did via our Instagram stories and posts: www.instagram.com/eklaboratory\" said Jelizaveta. Agency Evolution: \"Predominantly focusing on niche division and its businesses, it is both tricky and awaking to get crisis communications briefs; thus, we aspire to close more of challenging yet remarkable cases. We strive to be known as an agency for integrated communication solutions as a multi-national connector, without settling down to one local representer”, declares Jelizaveta. The agency wants to bring more of like-minded professionals on the board and advance together, boosting knowledge transfer between digital and business, incorporating emerging technologies and drive brand experiences the levels ahead. \"I get sentimental when people call me a Muse, but its what fuels me most, to know that my presence makes a difference in someone\'s dedication, and together we make it clear and outstanding.” - Jelizaveta If you are interested in what EK Laboratory does and have a willingness to foster a positive culture in business, for partnership and cooperation, email them at info@eklaboratory.com.#article #interview #eklaboratory . Image 2 - ‘The Spring Eupnea arrives with a new-in of fashion freedom, discovered in the very essence of the Italian landscape, set in the Abbiategrasso horse reserve’. Produced by EK LABORATORY team for L’Officiel Group. Image 3 & 4 - kitsch, daydreaming and Marie Antoinette inspired fashion party in winter editorial story ‘Chic Attitude’ for Rivista Russa luxury and lifestyle magazine, the most trustable Russian consumer-oriented magazine among Italy and Switzerland.0E0BD460-ADC8-4769-87B9-C91AFD70EF0980440440_1331066247065053_2669708360743387136_o_133106624373172078857901_1331066030398408_5090612839442284544_o_133106602706507579009751_1331065963731748_3942141548019318784_o_1331065953731749
    Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious Eur
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    https://youtu.be/K1Q6iiyb3XQ Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious European entrepreneur, rapidly-establishing an international reputation as Brand Communications Strategist, Digital Producer, and Editor. Recently moved to Dubai from Milano, she is a competitive figure to address branding and marketing communications operations for fashion and luxury brands. Jelizaveta’s background holds three degrees, including Media & Marketing at Cambridge, BA Hons Fashion Styling at Southampton, and Masters Luxury and Fashion Brand Management at Istituto Marangoni. “Fashion and luxury business was always at the heart, mind, and soul choice of mine in terms of career path.\" recaps Jelizaveta. \"Honestly speaking, I never gave a second thought about the market to evolve in. I always trust my inner-feelings when it comes to long-term commitments - I believe you need to choose who you are and what you are passionate about at the base. That will keep your spark alive and dedicated whenever instability may arrive.” To launch EK LABORATORY was a natural path with her five-year track record in creating commercial and editorial content, monitoring trends, and advising on market entry by connecting clients with right creatives, media, and distribution. The Agency & Date of Creation: EK LABORATORY is a boutique consulting agency with end-to-end digital production, marketing communications, and social solutions for fashion, luxury, and lifestyle businesses. Officially opened in April 2017, the agency was born from \'the curiosity to explore the constant innovation between globalization and exclusivity.\' “The term laboratory stands for a community I wanted to create and represent a team of young, innovative, highly-skilled professionals on an international scale, ready to operate on-the-go conditions,” declares Jelizaveta. After firmly establishing a reputation in Milano, their agency was focused on strengthening a Made in Italy concept and to provide a business connection with Russians on convenient terms. Nowadays, EK LABORATORY holds a client-book and partnerships among Italy, United Arab Emirates, Russia, & Post Soviet countries. Clientele & Services: EK LABORATORY assists and mentors clients at all stages of their development, including start-ups, established businesses, and emerging niche designers. At @eklaboratory their passion is to get in detail about clients aspirations and connect them with key figures in the industry. EK LABORATORY offers brand consulting & strategy, content production, public relations & media planning, social media management & influencer marketing, multi-brand showroom planning & distribution, and special branded events coordination. A strong online presence is vital, so they love to do both productive and fun. Now, for example, the agency works closely with AR filters, and have successfully launched their own filter Red & Black and now they opened the service to do branded filters for clients. Growth in the Fashion Industry: Brand communications is a base at EK LABORATORY. Their target is to enhance a client’s visibility with a 360-degree approach to solutions, to maximize brand awareness, adoption, and advocacy by bringing their acute knowledge of how to link the particularity of intended market’s consumer psychology, cultural trends, and communication hierarchy. \"We put importance in strengthening community relationships with media accounts like Hauturely to cross-communicate key figures and together be mindful about the coverage of particular trends and influences. We all are facing the extreme time pressure with being responsible for growing the industry in an ethical and sustainable way is The Priority on the table, and we are honored to represent a team that stands for authenticity, class, and change,” advises Jelizaveta. Recent Agency Achievement: \"As we all know Fashion, Design and Luxury Goods Weeks all over the world stands for the best networking and business representing times, and Dubai definitely remains as a global trade capital where we were interested in involving and investigating the changing face of fashion and luxury in the UAE.\" \"The October-November months were special for us to be hosted by @arabfashionweek, @meraas Fashion Days, Fashion Forward Dubai @ffwd, Dubai Design Week, and Dubai Watch Weel. It was a real pleasure to participate as an international media centre & PR partner and network with top GCC-based editors, influencers, creative directors, fashion, and luxury investors. You can learn more about what and how we did via our Instagram stories and posts: www.instagram.com/eklaboratory\" said Jelizaveta. Agency Evolution: \"Predominantly focusing on niche division and its businesses, it is both tricky and awaking to get crisis communications briefs; thus, we aspire to close more of challenging yet remarkable cases. We strive to be known as an agency for integrated communication solutions as a multi-national connector, without settling down to one local representer”, declares Jelizaveta. The agency wants to bring more of like-minded professionals on the board and advance together, boosting knowledge transfer between digital and business, incorporating emerging technologies and drive brand experiences the levels ahead. \"I get sentimental when people call me a Muse, but its what fuels me most, to know that my presence makes a difference in someone\'s dedication, and together we make it clear and outstanding.” - Jelizaveta If you are interested in what EK Laboratory does and have a willingness to foster a positive culture in business, for partnership and cooperation, email them at info@eklaboratory.com.#article #interview #eklaboratory . Image 2 - ‘The Spring Eupnea arrives with a new-in of fashion freedom, discovered in the very essence of the Italian landscape, set in the Abbiategrasso horse reserve’. Produced by EK LABORATORY team for L’Officiel Group. Image 3 & 4 - kitsch, daydreaming and Marie Antoinette inspired fashion party in winter editorial story ‘Chic Attitude’ for Rivista Russa luxury and lifestyle magazine, the most trustable Russian consumer-oriented magazine among Italy and Switzerland.0E0BD460-ADC8-4769-87B9-C91AFD70EF0980440440_1331066247065053_2669708360743387136_o_133106624373172078857901_1331066030398408_5090612839442284544_o_133106602706507579009751_1331065963731748_3942141548019318784_o_1331065953731749
    Get to Know EK Laboratory Founder: Jelizaveta Kozlova, Founder of EK LABORATORY, is an ambitious Eur
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself?
    Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I…[Read more]

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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, otherwise known as [CAAFD] kicked off NYFW by promoting its current group of handpicked extremely talented aspiring designers by hosting a runway show at Pier 59 Studios. By doing so, they hope to…[Read more]

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    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, otherwise known as [CAAFD] kicked off NYFW by promoting its current group of handpicked extremely talented aspiring designers by hosting a runway show at Pier 59 Studios. By doing so, they hope to expand these designers\' brand awareness within the United States. This year the CAAFD approved designers were RC Caylan, Imogen Evans, Viktória Tisza, Tom Foolery, Sania Maskatiya, Hakuyo Miya and Ruth Zabetta. RC Caylan presented evening gowns for his Fall/Winter 2019 collection. While utilizing bright colors throughout the cohesive collection, he also successfully made each piece one of a kind. This Filipino designer emphasized the female figure through glamorous silhouettes. Next, iMi by Imogen Evans showcase broke social norms and fashion boundaries. She created wearable art as a form of alternative clothing. Chatter erupted among patrons as each piece went down the runway. Although a tad bizarre, her collection was unforgettable. Viktoria Tisza took a futuristic approach to her collection by integrating new technologies using molded pieces of silicone rubber in her garments. This functional material supports her sci-fi aesthetic while also incorporating various patterns, colors, and designs that over accentuate the body. Shannon Ashford, founder and designer of Tom Foolery, presented a collection of wearable cocktail jumpsuits and dresses that exhibit class and elegance. Her designs received much praise from the audience due to their relatable and easy-to-wear silhouettes. Returning CAAFD approved designer, Sania Maskatiya showcased her regally and ornate inspired collection highlighting modern femininity. The Pakistani brand is known for including luxurious textiles, fabric design, and embroidery within their pieces. Japanese designer of Mouton Blanc, Hakuyo Miya, presented fantasy-style elements through fiery designs combining color, texture, and culture into each edgy piece. His looks are known for the innovative lines and cuts while showcasing aspects of modernism. Lastly, Ruth Zabetta showcased evening wear, cocktail dresses, and elegant gowns for the bold, confident woman. The collections\' unique cuts had the statement-making woman in mind. written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #biancarodriguez #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticleCopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-35CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2
    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The
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    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, otherwise known as [CAAFD] kicked off NYFW by promoting its current group of handpicked extremely talented aspiring designers by hosting a runway show at Pier 59 Studios. By doing so, they hope to expand these designers\' brand awareness within the United States. This year the CAAFD approved designers were RC Caylan, Imogen Evans, Viktória Tisza, Tom Foolery, Sania Maskatiya, Hakuyo Miya and Ruth Zabetta. RC Caylan presented evening gowns for his Fall/Winter 2019 collection. While utilizing bright colors throughout the cohesive collection, he also successfully made each piece one of a kind. This Filipino designer emphasized the female figure through glamorous silhouettes. Next, iMi by Imogen Evans showcase broke social norms and fashion boundaries. She created wearable art as a form of alternative clothing. Chatter erupted among patrons as each piece went down the runway. Although a tad bizarre, her collection was unforgettable. Viktoria Tisza took a futuristic approach to her collection by integrating new technologies using molded pieces of silicone rubber in her garments. This functional material supports her sci-fi aesthetic while also incorporating various patterns, colors, and designs that over accentuate the body. Shannon Ashford, founder and designer of Tom Foolery, presented a collection of wearable cocktail jumpsuits and dresses that exhibit class and elegance. Her designs received much praise from the audience due to their relatable and easy-to-wear silhouettes. Returning CAAFD approved designer, Sania Maskatiya showcased her regally and ornate inspired collection highlighting modern femininity. The Pakistani brand is known for including luxurious textiles, fabric design, and embroidery within their pieces. Japanese designer of Mouton Blanc, Hakuyo Miya, presented fantasy-style elements through fiery designs combining color, texture, and culture into each edgy piece. His looks are known for the innovative lines and cuts while showcasing aspects of modernism. Lastly, Ruth Zabetta showcased evening wear, cocktail dresses, and elegant gowns for the bold, confident woman. The collections\' unique cuts had the statement-making woman in mind. written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #biancarodriguez #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticleCopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-35CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2
    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The
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    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, otherwise known as [CAAFD] kicked off NYFW by promoting its current group of handpicked extremely talented aspiring designers by hosting a runway show at Pier 59 Studios. By doing so, they hope to expand these designers\' brand awareness within the United States. This year the CAAFD approved designers were RC Caylan, Imogen Evans, Viktória Tisza, Tom Foolery, Sania Maskatiya, Hakuyo Miya and Ruth Zabetta. RC Caylan presented evening gowns for his Fall/Winter 2019 collection. While utilizing bright colors throughout the cohesive collection, he also successfully made each piece one of a kind. This Filipino designer emphasized the female figure through glamorous silhouettes. Next, iMi by Imogen Evans showcase broke social norms and fashion boundaries. She created wearable art as a form of alternative clothing. Chatter erupted among patrons as each piece went down the runway. Although a tad bizarre, her collection was unforgettable. Viktoria Tisza took a futuristic approach to her collection by integrating new technologies using molded pieces of silicone rubber in her garments. This functional material supports her sci-fi aesthetic while also incorporating various patterns, colors, and designs that over accentuate the body. Shannon Ashford, founder and designer of Tom Foolery, presented a collection of wearable cocktail jumpsuits and dresses that exhibit class and elegance. Her designs received much praise from the audience due to their relatable and easy-to-wear silhouettes. Returning CAAFD approved designer, Sania Maskatiya showcased her regally and ornate inspired collection highlighting modern femininity. The Pakistani brand is known for including luxurious textiles, fabric design, and embroidery within their pieces. Japanese designer of Mouton Blanc, Hakuyo Miya, presented fantasy-style elements through fiery designs combining color, texture, and culture into each edgy piece. His looks are known for the innovative lines and cuts while showcasing aspects of modernism. Lastly, Ruth Zabetta showcased evening wear, cocktail dresses, and elegant gowns for the bold, confident woman. The collections\' unique cuts had the statement-making woman in mind. written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #biancarodriguez #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticleCopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-35CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2
    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The
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    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, otherwise known as [CAAFD] kicked off NYFW by promoting its current group of handpicked extremely talented aspiring designers by hosting a runway show at Pier 59 Studios. By doing so, they hope to expand these designers\' brand awareness within the United States. This year the CAAFD approved designers were RC Caylan, Imogen Evans, Viktória Tisza, Tom Foolery, Sania Maskatiya, Hakuyo Miya and Ruth Zabetta. RC Caylan presented evening gowns for his Fall/Winter 2019 collection. While utilizing bright colors throughout the cohesive collection, he also successfully made each piece one of a kind. This Filipino designer emphasized the female figure through glamorous silhouettes. Next, iMi by Imogen Evans showcase broke social norms and fashion boundaries. She created wearable art as a form of alternative clothing. Chatter erupted among patrons as each piece went down the runway. Although a tad bizarre, her collection was unforgettable. Viktoria Tisza took a futuristic approach to her collection by integrating new technologies using molded pieces of silicone rubber in her garments. This functional material supports her sci-fi aesthetic while also incorporating various patterns, colors, and designs that over accentuate the body. Shannon Ashford, founder and designer of Tom Foolery, presented a collection of wearable cocktail jumpsuits and dresses that exhibit class and elegance. Her designs received much praise from the audience due to their relatable and easy-to-wear silhouettes. Returning CAAFD approved designer, Sania Maskatiya showcased her regally and ornate inspired collection highlighting modern femininity. The Pakistani brand is known for including luxurious textiles, fabric design, and embroidery within their pieces. Japanese designer of Mouton Blanc, Hakuyo Miya, presented fantasy-style elements through fiery designs combining color, texture, and culture into each edgy piece. His looks are known for the innovative lines and cuts while showcasing aspects of modernism. Lastly, Ruth Zabetta showcased evening wear, cocktail dresses, and elegant gowns for the bold, confident woman. The collections\' unique cuts had the statement-making woman in mind. written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #biancarodriguez #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticleCopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-35CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2
    The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week The
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    Sylvian Hyde Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week
    Breaking down the boundaries of most fashion week shows that happen during this time of year, Sylvian Hyde has decided to present their Men’s collection during the typical dates of New York Fashion Week Women’s. The big advantage to this strategy is a different set of people and a dif…[Read more]

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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn’t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All…[Read more]

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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting…[Read more]

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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 6 months ago

    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Each season, the Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers (CAAFD) provides a global platform for a select few of the world’s most talented designers. This season saw the return of CAAFD veterans Mouton Blanc and Zabetta Couture, as well as newcomer Imogen E…[Read more]

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    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers (CAAFD) provides a global platform for a select few of the world’s most talented designers. This season saw the return of CAAFD veterans Mouton Blanc and Zabetta Couture, as well as newcomer Imogen Evans in her at New York Fashion Week debut. The backstage area provided an intimate look at the inner workings of a fashion production: sketches of imagined hair and makeup designs lined the mirrored walls where models sat, getting their final looks applied; there were several long rows of garment bags with photographs and notes on stylistic elements attached, such as, “no bra, hood on.” The atmosphere was lively and electric in those final moments, as models posed individually or in small groups for pre-show photographs. Hakuyo Miya, designer of Mouton Blanc, known for his innovative lines and bold silhouettes, brought his unique amalgamation of Parisian and Japanese influence to his expertly crafted new collection. Miya’s spirited designs combined his unique use of texture, color, and modernism. A coat constructed of colorful panels of fur, silk, and chiffon may not have worked in the hands of a less skilled designer, but Miya’s expertise lies in his ability to create artistic, surprisingly wearable designs. Miya’s collection employed the use of the mask, whether hiding the lower part of the face or the entirety of the head; this stylish choice was seen not only in Mouton Blanc, but also in iMi. As an accessory, this trend is fascinating, as masks traditionally are meant to conceal wrongdoing, though for our next designer, they appear to have wider social implications. iMi by Imogen Evans, in the designer’s NYFW debut, presented a provocative, thought-provoking collection. Mostly constructed out of jersey, corduroy, and knits, Evans’s collection drew inspiration from stories of sexual assault survivors, which Evans elicited through social media. With sleek, abstract lines and rough cuts, in a minimal palette of greys, pale pinks, and blues, Evans constructed a collection of emotive, wholly dramatic designs: the trim, sexy take on the tracksuit accentuated by a grey surgical mask with thick fringe almost resembling tentacles emanating from the mouth, or the reconstructed white hoodie, which concealed all but the eyes, the word “LIAR” written in rough script across the mouth of the mask. As a whole, the collection was an emotive response to the way victims of sexual assault are silenced. The last presentation of the evening, Zabetta Couture by designer Ruth Zabetta, offered a strong response to last season’s collection with a series of tightly tailored looks in lux fabrics like wool, taffeta, and silk. Particularly impressive was a pair of grey wide-leg trousers paired with a purple sequin top and a taffeta one-shoulder mini dress with a large bow on the right shoulder (the oversized bow appeared numerous times on the runways this season, situating Zabetta Couture as trend-forward). Zabetta is known for creating flattering, feminine lines and shapes, which the designer demonstrated with each look of this cohesive, impressive collection. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticle CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-12CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13
    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the C
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    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers (CAAFD) provides a global platform for a select few of the world’s most talented designers. This season saw the return of CAAFD veterans Mouton Blanc and Zabetta Couture, as well as newcomer Imogen Evans in her at New York Fashion Week debut. The backstage area provided an intimate look at the inner workings of a fashion production: sketches of imagined hair and makeup designs lined the mirrored walls where models sat, getting their final looks applied; there were several long rows of garment bags with photographs and notes on stylistic elements attached, such as, “no bra, hood on.” The atmosphere was lively and electric in those final moments, as models posed individually or in small groups for pre-show photographs. Hakuyo Miya, designer of Mouton Blanc, known for his innovative lines and bold silhouettes, brought his unique amalgamation of Parisian and Japanese influence to his expertly crafted new collection. Miya’s spirited designs combined his unique use of texture, color, and modernism. A coat constructed of colorful panels of fur, silk, and chiffon may not have worked in the hands of a less skilled designer, but Miya’s expertise lies in his ability to create artistic, surprisingly wearable designs. Miya’s collection employed the use of the mask, whether hiding the lower part of the face or the entirety of the head; this stylish choice was seen not only in Mouton Blanc, but also in iMi. As an accessory, this trend is fascinating, as masks traditionally are meant to conceal wrongdoing, though for our next designer, they appear to have wider social implications. iMi by Imogen Evans, in the designer’s NYFW debut, presented a provocative, thought-provoking collection. Mostly constructed out of jersey, corduroy, and knits, Evans’s collection drew inspiration from stories of sexual assault survivors, which Evans elicited through social media. With sleek, abstract lines and rough cuts, in a minimal palette of greys, pale pinks, and blues, Evans constructed a collection of emotive, wholly dramatic designs: the trim, sexy take on the tracksuit accentuated by a grey surgical mask with thick fringe almost resembling tentacles emanating from the mouth, or the reconstructed white hoodie, which concealed all but the eyes, the word “LIAR” written in rough script across the mouth of the mask. As a whole, the collection was an emotive response to the way victims of sexual assault are silenced. The last presentation of the evening, Zabetta Couture by designer Ruth Zabetta, offered a strong response to last season’s collection with a series of tightly tailored looks in lux fabrics like wool, taffeta, and silk. Particularly impressive was a pair of grey wide-leg trousers paired with a purple sequin top and a taffeta one-shoulder mini dress with a large bow on the right shoulder (the oversized bow appeared numerous times on the runways this season, situating Zabetta Couture as trend-forward). Zabetta is known for creating flattering, feminine lines and shapes, which the designer demonstrated with each look of this cohesive, impressive collection. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticle CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-12CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13
    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the C
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    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers (CAAFD) provides a global platform for a select few of the world’s most talented designers. This season saw the return of CAAFD veterans Mouton Blanc and Zabetta Couture, as well as newcomer Imogen Evans in her at New York Fashion Week debut. The backstage area provided an intimate look at the inner workings of a fashion production: sketches of imagined hair and makeup designs lined the mirrored walls where models sat, getting their final looks applied; there were several long rows of garment bags with photographs and notes on stylistic elements attached, such as, “no bra, hood on.” The atmosphere was lively and electric in those final moments, as models posed individually or in small groups for pre-show photographs. Hakuyo Miya, designer of Mouton Blanc, known for his innovative lines and bold silhouettes, brought his unique amalgamation of Parisian and Japanese influence to his expertly crafted new collection. Miya’s spirited designs combined his unique use of texture, color, and modernism. A coat constructed of colorful panels of fur, silk, and chiffon may not have worked in the hands of a less skilled designer, but Miya’s expertise lies in his ability to create artistic, surprisingly wearable designs. Miya’s collection employed the use of the mask, whether hiding the lower part of the face or the entirety of the head; this stylish choice was seen not only in Mouton Blanc, but also in iMi. As an accessory, this trend is fascinating, as masks traditionally are meant to conceal wrongdoing, though for our next designer, they appear to have wider social implications. iMi by Imogen Evans, in the designer’s NYFW debut, presented a provocative, thought-provoking collection. Mostly constructed out of jersey, corduroy, and knits, Evans’s collection drew inspiration from stories of sexual assault survivors, which Evans elicited through social media. With sleek, abstract lines and rough cuts, in a minimal palette of greys, pale pinks, and blues, Evans constructed a collection of emotive, wholly dramatic designs: the trim, sexy take on the tracksuit accentuated by a grey surgical mask with thick fringe almost resembling tentacles emanating from the mouth, or the reconstructed white hoodie, which concealed all but the eyes, the word “LIAR” written in rough script across the mouth of the mask. As a whole, the collection was an emotive response to the way victims of sexual assault are silenced. The last presentation of the evening, Zabetta Couture by designer Ruth Zabetta, offered a strong response to last season’s collection with a series of tightly tailored looks in lux fabrics like wool, taffeta, and silk. Particularly impressive was a pair of grey wide-leg trousers paired with a purple sequin top and a taffeta one-shoulder mini dress with a large bow on the right shoulder (the oversized bow appeared numerous times on the runways this season, situating Zabetta Couture as trend-forward). Zabetta is known for creating flattering, feminine lines and shapes, which the designer demonstrated with each look of this cohesive, impressive collection. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticle CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-12CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13
    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the C
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    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers (CAAFD) provides a global platform for a select few of the world’s most talented designers. This season saw the return of CAAFD veterans Mouton Blanc and Zabetta Couture, as well as newcomer Imogen Evans in her at New York Fashion Week debut. The backstage area provided an intimate look at the inner workings of a fashion production: sketches of imagined hair and makeup designs lined the mirrored walls where models sat, getting their final looks applied; there were several long rows of garment bags with photographs and notes on stylistic elements attached, such as, “no bra, hood on.” The atmosphere was lively and electric in those final moments, as models posed individually or in small groups for pre-show photographs. Hakuyo Miya, designer of Mouton Blanc, known for his innovative lines and bold silhouettes, brought his unique amalgamation of Parisian and Japanese influence to his expertly crafted new collection. Miya’s spirited designs combined his unique use of texture, color, and modernism. A coat constructed of colorful panels of fur, silk, and chiffon may not have worked in the hands of a less skilled designer, but Miya’s expertise lies in his ability to create artistic, surprisingly wearable designs. Miya’s collection employed the use of the mask, whether hiding the lower part of the face or the entirety of the head; this stylish choice was seen not only in Mouton Blanc, but also in iMi. As an accessory, this trend is fascinating, as masks traditionally are meant to conceal wrongdoing, though for our next designer, they appear to have wider social implications. iMi by Imogen Evans, in the designer’s NYFW debut, presented a provocative, thought-provoking collection. Mostly constructed out of jersey, corduroy, and knits, Evans’s collection drew inspiration from stories of sexual assault survivors, which Evans elicited through social media. With sleek, abstract lines and rough cuts, in a minimal palette of greys, pale pinks, and blues, Evans constructed a collection of emotive, wholly dramatic designs: the trim, sexy take on the tracksuit accentuated by a grey surgical mask with thick fringe almost resembling tentacles emanating from the mouth, or the reconstructed white hoodie, which concealed all but the eyes, the word “LIAR” written in rough script across the mouth of the mask. As a whole, the collection was an emotive response to the way victims of sexual assault are silenced. The last presentation of the evening, Zabetta Couture by designer Ruth Zabetta, offered a strong response to last season’s collection with a series of tightly tailored looks in lux fabrics like wool, taffeta, and silk. Particularly impressive was a pair of grey wide-leg trousers paired with a purple sequin top and a taffeta one-shoulder mini dress with a large bow on the right shoulder (the oversized bow appeared numerous times on the runways this season, situating Zabetta Couture as trend-forward). Zabetta is known for creating flattering, feminine lines and shapes, which the designer demonstrated with each look of this cohesive, impressive collection. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full CAAFD Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #caafd #caafdarticle #caafdfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticle #bfdpr #bfdprarticle CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IRUTHZABETTANYFW-AW2019-2CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-12CopyrightGuildMagazine2019IMOGENEVANSNYFW-AW2019-9CopyrightGuildMagazine2019MOUTONBALNCNYFW-AW2019-13
    CAAFD Emerging Designers Collective Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Each season, the C
  • hauturely posted 3 photos 1 year, 7 months ago

    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy
    The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion East with Steve Salter, Fashion and Features editor at i-D Magazine was an insightful, open look at the mastermind behind the creative initiative catered to showcasing the talent of emerging designers in the industry. The non-for-profit independent…[Read more]

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    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion East with Steve Salter, Fashion and Features editor at i-D Magazine was an insightful, open look at the mastermind behind the creative initiative catered to showcasing the talent of emerging designers in the industry. The non-for-profit independent family run business supports a small group of designers each season with mentoring, funding and a platform to showcase collections during London Fashion Week. The event took place in the Istituto Maragoni Fashion Design School. In this fascinating and refreshingly honest talk, Lulu Kennedy discussed the origins of Fashion East. It was interesting to learn that her background in music played a pivotal role in the formation of the organization with the showcase of budding fashion talent originating from the concept of having unsigned bands in a room looking for a record deal. Kennedy was incredibly endearing and talked to crowd of fashion individuals and enthusiasts in a way that was down to earth, playful and displayed humility. The visionary discussed the fair selection process, based on talent solely as well as the importance of making it non-elitist and available for all to apply. She also discussed challenges for young aspiring designers, the importance of mental health, and offered insightful advice. She particularly stressed the importance of music during catwalk shows and its ability to complement the mood of the collection. What was clear is her keen intuitive instinct. Fashion East Alumni includes Henry Holland, Kim Jones at Dior and Jonathan Anderson at Loewe, to name a few. Overall Lulu Kennedy was inspiring, pioneering and with 19 years of nurturing some of fashion’s finest, Fashion East has left an indelible mark on the fashion industry. written by Jane Ighodaro #article #inconversationwith #inconversationwitharticle #inconversationwithfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle #lulukennedy unnamed (1)unnamed (2)unnamed
    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion
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    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion East with Steve Salter, Fashion and Features editor at i-D Magazine was an insightful, open look at the mastermind behind the creative initiative catered to showcasing the talent of emerging designers in the industry. The non-for-profit independent family run business supports a small group of designers each season with mentoring, funding and a platform to showcase collections during London Fashion Week. The event took place in the Istituto Maragoni Fashion Design School. In this fascinating and refreshingly honest talk, Lulu Kennedy discussed the origins of Fashion East. It was interesting to learn that her background in music played a pivotal role in the formation of the organization with the showcase of budding fashion talent originating from the concept of having unsigned bands in a room looking for a record deal. Kennedy was incredibly endearing and talked to crowd of fashion individuals and enthusiasts in a way that was down to earth, playful and displayed humility. The visionary discussed the fair selection process, based on talent solely as well as the importance of making it non-elitist and available for all to apply. She also discussed challenges for young aspiring designers, the importance of mental health, and offered insightful advice. She particularly stressed the importance of music during catwalk shows and its ability to complement the mood of the collection. What was clear is her keen intuitive instinct. Fashion East Alumni includes Henry Holland, Kim Jones at Dior and Jonathan Anderson at Loewe, to name a few. Overall Lulu Kennedy was inspiring, pioneering and with 19 years of nurturing some of fashion’s finest, Fashion East has left an indelible mark on the fashion industry. written by Jane Ighodaro #article #inconversationwith #inconversationwitharticle #inconversationwithfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle #lulukennedy unnamed (1)unnamed (2)unnamed
    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion
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    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion East with Steve Salter, Fashion and Features editor at i-D Magazine was an insightful, open look at the mastermind behind the creative initiative catered to showcasing the talent of emerging designers in the industry. The non-for-profit independent family run business supports a small group of designers each season with mentoring, funding and a platform to showcase collections during London Fashion Week. The event took place in the Istituto Maragoni Fashion Design School. In this fascinating and refreshingly honest talk, Lulu Kennedy discussed the origins of Fashion East. It was interesting to learn that her background in music played a pivotal role in the formation of the organization with the showcase of budding fashion talent originating from the concept of having unsigned bands in a room looking for a record deal. Kennedy was incredibly endearing and talked to crowd of fashion individuals and enthusiasts in a way that was down to earth, playful and displayed humility. The visionary discussed the fair selection process, based on talent solely as well as the importance of making it non-elitist and available for all to apply. She also discussed challenges for young aspiring designers, the importance of mental health, and offered insightful advice. She particularly stressed the importance of music during catwalk shows and its ability to complement the mood of the collection. What was clear is her keen intuitive instinct. Fashion East Alumni includes Henry Holland, Kim Jones at Dior and Jonathan Anderson at Loewe, to name a few. Overall Lulu Kennedy was inspiring, pioneering and with 19 years of nurturing some of fashion’s finest, Fashion East has left an indelible mark on the fashion industry. written by Jane Ighodaro #article #inconversationwith #inconversationwitharticle #inconversationwithfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle #lulukennedy unnamed (1)unnamed (2)unnamed
    In Conversation with Lulu Kennedy The discussion with Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of Fashion
  • Nefbompoki posted 7 photos 1 year, 10 months ago

    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial “Wild flower” which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from…[Read more]

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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial “Wild fl
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial “Wild fl
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial “Wild fl
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial “Wild fl
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
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    In the Autumn issue 2018 of Prestige magazine International we spotted this editorial \"Wild flower\" which we immediately fell in love with, The photographer is Andrea Benedtti which we have seen again his work in other editorials and the stylist was Allegra Ghilloni working with the support of her amazing team. Allegra Ghilloni is a stylist from London currently leaving and working in Milano. Her styles combines the classical London style with the class of the Milanese high fashion aesthetics. With this editorial she got our attention and we would love to see more from her. In this pictures you can recognise Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen Swarovski, Ermano Scervino and other great brands. Ph: @benedettiandrea_ph Stylist: @allegraghilonifashionstylist Assistant Stylist: @nefbompoki @mas.migle MUA: @markusmuatheisen Hair stylist: @erissonmusella Photographer assistant @claudio400 Model: @alexandra_titarenkoScreen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.05Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.23Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.38Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.21.51Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.09Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.22Screen Shot 2019-01-27 at 22.20.38
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    Yajun Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear

    Eight p.m. at Spring Studios is prime time during New York Fashion Week, a vast difference from when designer Ya Jun Melody Lin presented her first collection for Yajun one year ago. At the time, Lin debuted to what Vogue Magazine referred to as a “sedated” early morning crowd in a small gallery space,…[Read more]

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    Yajun Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Eight p.m. at Spring Studios is prime time during New York Fashion Week, a vast difference from when designer Ya Jun Melody Lin presented her first collection for Yajun one year ago. At the time, Lin debuted to what Vogue Magazine referred to as a \"sedated\" early morning crowd in a small gallery space, which was abruptly awoken when the beat dropped and the first model hit the runway. Since her NYFW debut, much appears to have changed. On this night, the crowd is buzzing with a palpable anticipation that has been steadily building; after her low-key debut last year was electrified with glowing reviews, could designer Ya Jun Melody Lin meet, or even exceed, the high bar that she had set for herself? She did. The Spring 2019 collection was inspired by the book Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid, by Douglas Hofstadter, which discusses how introspection and a set of arbitrary rules allows for a system to develop meaning, despite being made of \"meaningless\" elements. This interest in philosophical constructs is evident in Yajun\'s conceptual design work, leaving the viewer dazzled by the spectacle of it all, but completely unaware of what they have just seen at the same time. The look was utilitarian, industrial, and futuristic, with intense attention to detail, evident in the placement of a cutout, buttons left unbuttoned, the slash of a misplaced zipper. The silhouettes were abstract: the large pouch-shaped pockets attached to billowing white blouses, the masculine black jumper that began as a skirt only to fade seamlessly into trousers, the carefully unbuttoned mustard or army tube top. Looks that were all instantly aesthetically pleasing, leaving you, however, with more questions than answers in a well-executed, high concept, intriguing presentation by Lin. One hidden design element that contributed heavily to this intrigue was that each garment, every bomber jacket, plaid midi, or jumper, could be folded in on itself to become a side-slung bag, or simply transformed in some way by adjusting the misplaced zippers that indeed served a function beyond decoration. In fact, before the final walk, Yajun converted each look to something slightly different, leaving us to second guess what we had just seen, and whether or not our initial assertions could even be trusted. Were those pants or a skirt just a few minutes ago? What am I really looking at? Impeccably styled and executed, from the well-blended layering of soft tulle and rigid nylon, to the utilitarian chinstraps/headgear accessorizing each look, Yajun\'s reflective, conceptual designs will continue to resonate long after the lights have come up and the energy has faded away. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Yajun Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #yajun #yajunarticle #yajunss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle yajun-ss19-12yajun-ss19-02yajun-ss19-25yajun-ss19-34
    Yajun Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Eight p.m. at Spring Studios is prime time during New York Fa
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    Yajun Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Eight p.m. at Spring Studios is prime time during New York Fashion Week, a vast difference from when designer Ya Jun Melody Lin presented her first collection for Yajun one year ago. At the time, Lin debuted to what Vogue Magazine referred to as a \"sedated\" early morning crowd in a small gallery space, which was abruptly awoken when the beat dropped and the first model hit the runway. Since her NYFW debut, much appears to have changed. On this night, the crowd is buzzing with a palpable anticipation that has been steadily building; after her low-key debut last year was electrified with glowing reviews, could designer Ya Jun Melody Lin meet, or even exceed, the high bar that she had set for herself? She did. The Spring 2019 collection was inspired by the book Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid, by Douglas Hofstadter, which discusses how introspection and a set of arbitrary rules allows for a system to develop meaning, despite being made of \"meaningless\" elements. This interest in philosophical constructs is evident in Yajun\'s conceptual design work, leaving the viewer dazzled by the spectacle of it all, but completely unaware of what they have just seen at the same time. The look was utilitarian, industrial, and futuristic, with intense attention to detail, evident in the placement of a cutout, buttons left unbuttoned, the slash of a misplaced zipper. The silhouettes were abstract: the large pouch-shaped pockets attached to billowing white blouses, the masculine black jumper that began as a skirt only to fade seamlessly into trousers, the carefully unbuttoned mustard or army tube top. Looks that were all instantly aesthetically pleasing, leaving you, however, with more questions than answers in a well-executed, high concept, intriguing presentation by Lin. One hidden design element that contributed heavily to this intrigue was that each garment, every bomber jacket, plaid midi, or jumper, could be folded in on itself to become a side-slung bag, or simply transformed in some way by adjusting the misplaced zippers that indeed served a function beyond decoration. In fact, before the final walk, Yajun converted each look to something slightly different, leaving us to second guess what we had just seen, and whether or not our initial assertions could even be trusted. Were those pants or a skirt just a few minutes ago? What am I really looking at? Impeccably styled and executed, from the well-blended layering of soft tulle and rigid nylon, to the utilitarian chinstraps/headgear accessorizing each look, Yajun\'s reflective, conceptual designs will continue to resonate long after the lights have come up and the energy has faded away. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Yajun Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #yajun #yajunarticle #yajunss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle yajun-ss19-12yajun-ss19-02yajun-ss19-25yajun-ss19-34
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    Yajun Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Eight p.m. at Spring Studios is prime time during New York Fashion Week, a vast difference from when designer Ya Jun Melody Lin presented her first collection for Yajun one year ago. At the time, Lin debuted to what Vogue Magazine referred to as a \"sedated\" early morning crowd in a small gallery space, which was abruptly awoken when the beat dropped and the first model hit the runway. Since her NYFW debut, much appears to have changed. On this night, the crowd is buzzing with a palpable anticipation that has been steadily building; after her low-key debut last year was electrified with glowing reviews, could designer Ya Jun Melody Lin meet, or even exceed, the high bar that she had set for herself? She did. The Spring 2019 collection was inspired by the book Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid, by Douglas Hofstadter, which discusses how introspection and a set of arbitrary rules allows for a system to develop meaning, despite being made of \"meaningless\" elements. This interest in philosophical constructs is evident in Yajun\'s conceptual design work, leaving the viewer dazzled by the spectacle of it all, but completely unaware of what they have just seen at the same time. The look was utilitarian, industrial, and futuristic, with intense attention to detail, evident in the placement of a cutout, buttons left unbuttoned, the slash of a misplaced zipper. The silhouettes were abstract: the large pouch-shaped pockets attached to billowing white blouses, the masculine black jumper that began as a skirt only to fade seamlessly into trousers, the carefully unbuttoned mustard or army tube top. Looks that were all instantly aesthetically pleasing, leaving you, however, with more questions than answers in a well-executed, high concept, intriguing presentation by Lin. One hidden design element that contributed heavily to this intrigue was that each garment, every bomber jacket, plaid midi, or jumper, could be folded in on itself to become a side-slung bag, or simply transformed in some way by adjusting the misplaced zippers that indeed served a function beyond decoration. In fact, before the final walk, Yajun converted each look to something slightly different, leaving us to second guess what we had just seen, and whether or not our initial assertions could even be trusted. Were those pants or a skirt just a few minutes ago? What am I really looking at? Impeccably styled and executed, from the well-blended layering of soft tulle and rigid nylon, to the utilitarian chinstraps/headgear accessorizing each look, Yajun\'s reflective, conceptual designs will continue to resonate long after the lights have come up and the energy has faded away. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Yajun Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #yajun #yajunarticle #yajunss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle yajun-ss19-12yajun-ss19-02yajun-ss19-25yajun-ss19-34
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    Yajun Spring/Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear Eight p.m. at Spring Studios is prime time during New York Fashion Week, a vast difference from when designer Ya Jun Melody Lin presented her first collection for Yajun one year ago. At the time, Lin debuted to what Vogue Magazine referred to as a \"sedated\" early morning crowd in a small gallery space, which was abruptly awoken when the beat dropped and the first model hit the runway. Since her NYFW debut, much appears to have changed. On this night, the crowd is buzzing with a palpable anticipation that has been steadily building; after her low-key debut last year was electrified with glowing reviews, could designer Ya Jun Melody Lin meet, or even exceed, the high bar that she had set for herself? She did. The Spring 2019 collection was inspired by the book Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid, by Douglas Hofstadter, which discusses how introspection and a set of arbitrary rules allows for a system to develop meaning, despite being made of \"meaningless\" elements. This interest in philosophical constructs is evident in Yajun\'s conceptual design work, leaving the viewer dazzled by the spectacle of it all, but completely unaware of what they have just seen at the same time. The look was utilitarian, industrial, and futuristic, with intense attention to detail, evident in the placement of a cutout, buttons left unbuttoned, the slash of a misplaced zipper. The silhouettes were abstract: the large pouch-shaped pockets attached to billowing white blouses, the masculine black jumper that began as a skirt only to fade seamlessly into trousers, the carefully unbuttoned mustard or army tube top. Looks that were all instantly aesthetically pleasing, leaving you, however, with more questions than answers in a well-executed, high concept, intriguing presentation by Lin. One hidden design element that contributed heavily to this intrigue was that each garment, every bomber jacket, plaid midi, or jumper, could be folded in on itself to become a side-slung bag, or simply transformed in some way by adjusting the misplaced zippers that indeed served a function beyond decoration. In fact, before the final walk, Yajun converted each look to something slightly different, leaving us to second guess what we had just seen, and whether or not our initial assertions could even be trusted. Were those pants or a skirt just a few minutes ago? What am I really looking at? Impeccably styled and executed, from the well-blended layering of soft tulle and rigid nylon, to the utilitarian chinstraps/headgear accessorizing each look, Yajun\'s reflective, conceptual designs will continue to resonate long after the lights have come up and the energy has faded away. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Yajun Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #yajun #yajunarticle #yajunss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle yajun-ss19-12yajun-ss19-02yajun-ss19-25yajun-ss19-34
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    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week
    On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fashion week, designer Rani Zakhem presented an astonishing collection of vibrant, powerful, and vivacious designs for a fiery woman not afraid to be the center of attention.

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    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fashion week, designer Rani Zakhem presented an astonishing collection of vibrant, powerful, and vivacious designs for a fiery woman not afraid to be the center of attention. Each piece from Zakhem’s opulent collection, dedicated to the sophisticated, yet eccentric woman, celebrates a different aspect of powerful femininity: the classy, the chic, the sexy, and the strange, just to name a few. Ethereal and bursting with color, luxurious fabrics were crafted into sleek silhouettes and intricate draping, with design elements like plunging necklines, tiered ruffling, sexy cut-outs, and a satin hood. Zakhem really shined with his use of metallic beading, seen in several of the gowns; in fact, his use of metallic details, such as sequins and beading throughout much of the collection stood out amongst a beautiful line of couture dresses. These beautifully accented gowns and separates reflected on the inherent power of womanhood, a power that the designer has made difficult to ignore. A performance of this caliber was most certainly a good way to close out Paris Fashion Week. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Rani Zakhem Couture Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #ranizakhem #ranizakhemsarticle #ranizakhem18 #fw18 #younessboumia #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw18 #hcfwarticleZakhem1Zakhem2Zakhem3
    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fa
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    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fashion week, designer Rani Zakhem presented an astonishing collection of vibrant, powerful, and vivacious designs for a fiery woman not afraid to be the center of attention. Each piece from Zakhem’s opulent collection, dedicated to the sophisticated, yet eccentric woman, celebrates a different aspect of powerful femininity: the classy, the chic, the sexy, and the strange, just to name a few. Ethereal and bursting with color, luxurious fabrics were crafted into sleek silhouettes and intricate draping, with design elements like plunging necklines, tiered ruffling, sexy cut-outs, and a satin hood. Zakhem really shined with his use of metallic beading, seen in several of the gowns; in fact, his use of metallic details, such as sequins and beading throughout much of the collection stood out amongst a beautiful line of couture dresses. These beautifully accented gowns and separates reflected on the inherent power of womanhood, a power that the designer has made difficult to ignore. A performance of this caliber was most certainly a good way to close out Paris Fashion Week. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Rani Zakhem Couture Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #ranizakhem #ranizakhemsarticle #ranizakhem18 #fw18 #younessboumia #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw18 #hcfwarticleZakhem1Zakhem2Zakhem3
    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fa
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    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fashion week, designer Rani Zakhem presented an astonishing collection of vibrant, powerful, and vivacious designs for a fiery woman not afraid to be the center of attention. Each piece from Zakhem’s opulent collection, dedicated to the sophisticated, yet eccentric woman, celebrates a different aspect of powerful femininity: the classy, the chic, the sexy, and the strange, just to name a few. Ethereal and bursting with color, luxurious fabrics were crafted into sleek silhouettes and intricate draping, with design elements like plunging necklines, tiered ruffling, sexy cut-outs, and a satin hood. Zakhem really shined with his use of metallic beading, seen in several of the gowns; in fact, his use of metallic details, such as sequins and beading throughout much of the collection stood out amongst a beautiful line of couture dresses. These beautifully accented gowns and separates reflected on the inherent power of womanhood, a power that the designer has made difficult to ignore. A performance of this caliber was most certainly a good way to close out Paris Fashion Week. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Rani Zakhem Couture Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #ranizakhem #ranizakhemsarticle #ranizakhem18 #fw18 #younessboumia #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw18 #hcfwarticleZakhem1Zakhem2Zakhem3
    Rani Zakhem Fall Winter 2018 at Haute Couture Fashion Week On the last day of Paris Haute Couture Fa
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    Alice McCall Resort 2019
    Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her label in 2004. McCall’s designs are know as eclectic, playful, yet sensible at the same time, with much focus on the details in her clothing (McCall is known to experiment with delicate in-house made lace and embroidery).

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    Alice McCall Resort 2019 Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her label in 2004. McCall\'s designs are know as eclectic, playful, yet sensible at the same time, with much focus on the details in her clothing (McCall is known to experiment with delicate in-house made lace and embroidery). The Alice McCall Resort 2019 was a flirtatious show full of pastels, metallic frills and lace. The show, being presented on the second night of MBFWA, was completely full and you could tell that those attending were excited to see what the designer was going to present. In attendance were some of Australia’s top influencers, bloggers, and many magazine editors who were all dressed in Alice McCall or had taken inspiration from her previous collections as many were wearing frills, white lace or pink tones. The design of the show was kept very minimalist, with a deep purple carpet for the models to showcase the collection as the only set-piece. I found this worked really well because of how the bright colors of the clothing contrasted the white walls, with the purple carpet adding the garments to \"pop\" even more. The music was electric which complimented the electric color choice and disco feeling of the clothing. This collection was very different from her previous ones. It still had those signature details, like frills and lace, however, the colors are what made the clothes stand out this time around. There was a range of cocktail dresses, gowns and playful tops which were presented in block colors with lavender, metallic pink, metallic purple and a few black items. All these shades contrasted one another, but the presentation worked because the garmentsv really catch your eye. The angular shapes and layers of frills on the clothing were presented beautifully down the catwalk as you could clearly see their movement. The shoes were playful yet simple as white had details of steel cap toes and buckles. Overall, as my first show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia and one of the highly anticipated show, Alice McCall created a disco filled atmosphere and was received very well by the audience. Finally, this show made me excited for what was to come in the following days and I may even have to purchase one of their metallic pink party dresses. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Alice McCall Resort 2019 collection. #article #alicemccall #alicemccallarticle #alicemccallresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_alice_mccall_12hauturely_alice_mccall_14hauturely_alice_mccall_28
    Alice McCall Resort 2019 Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her labe
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    Alice McCall Resort 2019 Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her label in 2004. McCall\'s designs are know as eclectic, playful, yet sensible at the same time, with much focus on the details in her clothing (McCall is known to experiment with delicate in-house made lace and embroidery). The Alice McCall Resort 2019 was a flirtatious show full of pastels, metallic frills and lace. The show, being presented on the second night of MBFWA, was completely full and you could tell that those attending were excited to see what the designer was going to present. In attendance were some of Australia’s top influencers, bloggers, and many magazine editors who were all dressed in Alice McCall or had taken inspiration from her previous collections as many were wearing frills, white lace or pink tones. The design of the show was kept very minimalist, with a deep purple carpet for the models to showcase the collection as the only set-piece. I found this worked really well because of how the bright colors of the clothing contrasted the white walls, with the purple carpet adding the garments to \"pop\" even more. The music was electric which complimented the electric color choice and disco feeling of the clothing. This collection was very different from her previous ones. It still had those signature details, like frills and lace, however, the colors are what made the clothes stand out this time around. There was a range of cocktail dresses, gowns and playful tops which were presented in block colors with lavender, metallic pink, metallic purple and a few black items. All these shades contrasted one another, but the presentation worked because the garmentsv really catch your eye. The angular shapes and layers of frills on the clothing were presented beautifully down the catwalk as you could clearly see their movement. The shoes were playful yet simple as white had details of steel cap toes and buckles. Overall, as my first show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia and one of the highly anticipated show, Alice McCall created a disco filled atmosphere and was received very well by the audience. Finally, this show made me excited for what was to come in the following days and I may even have to purchase one of their metallic pink party dresses. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Alice McCall Resort 2019 collection. #article #alicemccall #alicemccallarticle #alicemccallresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_alice_mccall_12hauturely_alice_mccall_14hauturely_alice_mccall_28
    Alice McCall Resort 2019 Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her labe
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    Alice McCall Resort 2019 Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her label in 2004. McCall\'s designs are know as eclectic, playful, yet sensible at the same time, with much focus on the details in her clothing (McCall is known to experiment with delicate in-house made lace and embroidery). The Alice McCall Resort 2019 was a flirtatious show full of pastels, metallic frills and lace. The show, being presented on the second night of MBFWA, was completely full and you could tell that those attending were excited to see what the designer was going to present. In attendance were some of Australia’s top influencers, bloggers, and many magazine editors who were all dressed in Alice McCall or had taken inspiration from her previous collections as many were wearing frills, white lace or pink tones. The design of the show was kept very minimalist, with a deep purple carpet for the models to showcase the collection as the only set-piece. I found this worked really well because of how the bright colors of the clothing contrasted the white walls, with the purple carpet adding the garments to \"pop\" even more. The music was electric which complimented the electric color choice and disco feeling of the clothing. This collection was very different from her previous ones. It still had those signature details, like frills and lace, however, the colors are what made the clothes stand out this time around. There was a range of cocktail dresses, gowns and playful tops which were presented in block colors with lavender, metallic pink, metallic purple and a few black items. All these shades contrasted one another, but the presentation worked because the garmentsv really catch your eye. The angular shapes and layers of frills on the clothing were presented beautifully down the catwalk as you could clearly see their movement. The shoes were playful yet simple as white had details of steel cap toes and buckles. Overall, as my first show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia and one of the highly anticipated show, Alice McCall created a disco filled atmosphere and was received very well by the audience. Finally, this show made me excited for what was to come in the following days and I may even have to purchase one of their metallic pink party dresses. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Alice McCall Resort 2019 collection. #article #alicemccall #alicemccallarticle #alicemccallresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_alice_mccall_12hauturely_alice_mccall_14hauturely_alice_mccall_28
    Alice McCall Resort 2019 Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her labe
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    Macgraw Resort 2019
    Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, was arguably the highlight show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. The collection was beautifully curated, with inspiration drawn from the Gothic, set among the backdrop of one of Sydney’s oldest mansions. On a beautifully crisp and bright…[Read more]

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    Macgraw Resort 2019 Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, was arguably the highlight show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. The collection was beautifully curated, with inspiration drawn from the Gothic, set among the backdrop of one of Sydney\'s oldest mansions. On a beautifully crisp and bright sunny day in Sydney, we were welcomed up the long driveway of Swifts Mansion, as we ascended the stairs, an imposing Gothic architectural home was revealed. Coffee was handed out to guests in MacGraw designed coffee cups, with croissants presented by two women dressed head-to-toe in MacGraw, a detail that was certainly enjoyed by other guests. The atmosphere was buzzing with conversation and anticipation was filling the air; A simple survey of the crowd revealed many guests wearing MacGraw-inspired ensembles or pieces from their previous collections. As a testiment to the anticipation this show has generated, it seemed as though every important magazine was in attendance, including the editors-in chief of Harper Bazaar, Elle, and Vogue (including the creative director of Vogue, Christine Centenera, who has worked on Yeezy and recently created her own line, Wardrobe). Additionally, many Australian actresses (such as Nathalie Kelley - who is currently playing Cristal Flores on Dynasty) The collection, which had elements of Gothic inspiration, was detailed with bows and square necklines, ruffles and embroidered cuffs. The show was backed by a nostalgic soundtrack including songs by artists such as Carole King and Stevie Nicks. The designer sisters said to Vogue Australia “We like to design with a girl in mind, so we began picturing the woman who would have resided in the Swifts mansion in its heyday,” says Tessa MacGraw. Adds sister Beth: “She’s opulent. She’s getting her eggs and bacon in her ballgown, and taking her kids to school in sequins. The house definitely inspired us.” (Source: Vogue) This beautifully curated collection ended with the models splaying out to the lawn in front of the house for a celebration. This, for me, was the highlight show of the week because MacGraw created a nostalgically beautiful experience. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Macgraw Resort 2019 collection. #article #macgraw #macgrawarticle #macgrawresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159740mm00025_macgraw_ruhauturely_775159740mm00042_macgraw_ruhauturely_775159740mm00043_macgraw_ru
    Macgraw Resort 2019 Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, w
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    Macgraw Resort 2019 Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, was arguably the highlight show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. The collection was beautifully curated, with inspiration drawn from the Gothic, set among the backdrop of one of Sydney\'s oldest mansions. On a beautifully crisp and bright sunny day in Sydney, we were welcomed up the long driveway of Swifts Mansion, as we ascended the stairs, an imposing Gothic architectural home was revealed. Coffee was handed out to guests in MacGraw designed coffee cups, with croissants presented by two women dressed head-to-toe in MacGraw, a detail that was certainly enjoyed by other guests. The atmosphere was buzzing with conversation and anticipation was filling the air; A simple survey of the crowd revealed many guests wearing MacGraw-inspired ensembles or pieces from their previous collections. As a testiment to the anticipation this show has generated, it seemed as though every important magazine was in attendance, including the editors-in chief of Harper Bazaar, Elle, and Vogue (including the creative director of Vogue, Christine Centenera, who has worked on Yeezy and recently created her own line, Wardrobe). Additionally, many Australian actresses (such as Nathalie Kelley - who is currently playing Cristal Flores on Dynasty) The collection, which had elements of Gothic inspiration, was detailed with bows and square necklines, ruffles and embroidered cuffs. The show was backed by a nostalgic soundtrack including songs by artists such as Carole King and Stevie Nicks. The designer sisters said to Vogue Australia “We like to design with a girl in mind, so we began picturing the woman who would have resided in the Swifts mansion in its heyday,” says Tessa MacGraw. Adds sister Beth: “She’s opulent. She’s getting her eggs and bacon in her ballgown, and taking her kids to school in sequins. The house definitely inspired us.” (Source: Vogue) This beautifully curated collection ended with the models splaying out to the lawn in front of the house for a celebration. This, for me, was the highlight show of the week because MacGraw created a nostalgically beautiful experience. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Macgraw Resort 2019 collection. #article #macgraw #macgrawarticle #macgrawresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159740mm00025_macgraw_ruhauturely_775159740mm00042_macgraw_ruhauturely_775159740mm00043_macgraw_ru
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    Macgraw Resort 2019 Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, was arguably the highlight show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. The collection was beautifully curated, with inspiration drawn from the Gothic, set among the backdrop of one of Sydney\'s oldest mansions. On a beautifully crisp and bright sunny day in Sydney, we were welcomed up the long driveway of Swifts Mansion, as we ascended the stairs, an imposing Gothic architectural home was revealed. Coffee was handed out to guests in MacGraw designed coffee cups, with croissants presented by two women dressed head-to-toe in MacGraw, a detail that was certainly enjoyed by other guests. The atmosphere was buzzing with conversation and anticipation was filling the air; A simple survey of the crowd revealed many guests wearing MacGraw-inspired ensembles or pieces from their previous collections. As a testiment to the anticipation this show has generated, it seemed as though every important magazine was in attendance, including the editors-in chief of Harper Bazaar, Elle, and Vogue (including the creative director of Vogue, Christine Centenera, who has worked on Yeezy and recently created her own line, Wardrobe). Additionally, many Australian actresses (such as Nathalie Kelley - who is currently playing Cristal Flores on Dynasty) The collection, which had elements of Gothic inspiration, was detailed with bows and square necklines, ruffles and embroidered cuffs. The show was backed by a nostalgic soundtrack including songs by artists such as Carole King and Stevie Nicks. The designer sisters said to Vogue Australia “We like to design with a girl in mind, so we began picturing the woman who would have resided in the Swifts mansion in its heyday,” says Tessa MacGraw. Adds sister Beth: “She’s opulent. She’s getting her eggs and bacon in her ballgown, and taking her kids to school in sequins. The house definitely inspired us.” (Source: Vogue) This beautifully curated collection ended with the models splaying out to the lawn in front of the house for a celebration. This, for me, was the highlight show of the week because MacGraw created a nostalgically beautiful experience. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Macgraw Resort 2019 collection. #article #macgraw #macgrawarticle #macgrawresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159740mm00025_macgraw_ruhauturely_775159740mm00042_macgraw_ruhauturely_775159740mm00043_macgraw_ru
    Macgraw Resort 2019 Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, w
  • hauturely posted 3 photos 2 years, 3 months ago

    Justin Cassin Resort 2019
    Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt like a celebration, as the crowd was extremely enthusiastic and excited. While Bruno Mar’s 24K Magic played, four male dancers began the show with a bang. Their cool dance moves and flips really got the crowd going, and I thought this was a great w…[Read more]

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    Justin Cassin Resort 2019 Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt like a celebration, as the crowd was extremely enthusiastic and excited. While Bruno Mar’s 24K Magic played, four male dancers began the show with a bang. Their cool dance moves and flips really got the crowd going, and I thought this was a great way to get the show started. Justin Cassin is an Australian menswear label based in Sydney, and this was his second time presenting his collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. My first impression of the show, was that the label exudes style, quality, confidence, and relaxed sophistication, providing affordable daywear for the strong modern man, while keeping an eye on detail. This was definitely evident in the collection, as many items were beautifully tailored and simple. Items like striped shirts could be dressed up or dressed down and be worn in a variety of ways. Each of the models exuded confidence, drawing the audience in and holding their attention throughout. The first half of the collection focused on everyday wear, followed by a selection of swimwear both of which you could see were high quality garments. The gift bags consisted items such as a Redken grooming kit, metal water bottle...everything needed for the modern day man. The team from GQ Australia and Stellar Magazine were there to witness the show and many of australia top men\'s fashion bloggers were also in attendance. The show was upbeat and fun, which was a great end to my experience of fashion week. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Justin Cassin Resort 2019 collection. #article #justincassin #justincassinarticle #justincassinresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159790mm00025_justin_cashauturely_775159790mm00027_justin_cashauturely_775159790mm00043_justin_cas
    Justin Cassin Resort 2019 Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt
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    Justin Cassin Resort 2019 Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt like a celebration, as the crowd was extremely enthusiastic and excited. While Bruno Mar’s 24K Magic played, four male dancers began the show with a bang. Their cool dance moves and flips really got the crowd going, and I thought this was a great way to get the show started. Justin Cassin is an Australian menswear label based in Sydney, and this was his second time presenting his collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. My first impression of the show, was that the label exudes style, quality, confidence, and relaxed sophistication, providing affordable daywear for the strong modern man, while keeping an eye on detail. This was definitely evident in the collection, as many items were beautifully tailored and simple. Items like striped shirts could be dressed up or dressed down and be worn in a variety of ways. Each of the models exuded confidence, drawing the audience in and holding their attention throughout. The first half of the collection focused on everyday wear, followed by a selection of swimwear both of which you could see were high quality garments. The gift bags consisted items such as a Redken grooming kit, metal water bottle...everything needed for the modern day man. The team from GQ Australia and Stellar Magazine were there to witness the show and many of australia top men\'s fashion bloggers were also in attendance. The show was upbeat and fun, which was a great end to my experience of fashion week. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Justin Cassin Resort 2019 collection. #article #justincassin #justincassinarticle #justincassinresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159790mm00025_justin_cashauturely_775159790mm00027_justin_cashauturely_775159790mm00043_justin_cas
    Justin Cassin Resort 2019 Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt
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    Justin Cassin Resort 2019 Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt like a celebration, as the crowd was extremely enthusiastic and excited. While Bruno Mar’s 24K Magic played, four male dancers began the show with a bang. Their cool dance moves and flips really got the crowd going, and I thought this was a great way to get the show started. Justin Cassin is an Australian menswear label based in Sydney, and this was his second time presenting his collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. My first impression of the show, was that the label exudes style, quality, confidence, and relaxed sophistication, providing affordable daywear for the strong modern man, while keeping an eye on detail. This was definitely evident in the collection, as many items were beautifully tailored and simple. Items like striped shirts could be dressed up or dressed down and be worn in a variety of ways. Each of the models exuded confidence, drawing the audience in and holding their attention throughout. The first half of the collection focused on everyday wear, followed by a selection of swimwear both of which you could see were high quality garments. The gift bags consisted items such as a Redken grooming kit, metal water bottle...everything needed for the modern day man. The team from GQ Australia and Stellar Magazine were there to witness the show and many of australia top men\'s fashion bloggers were also in attendance. The show was upbeat and fun, which was a great end to my experience of fashion week. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full Justin Cassin Resort 2019 collection. #article #justincassin #justincassinarticle #justincassinresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159790mm00025_justin_cashauturely_775159790mm00027_justin_cashauturely_775159790mm00043_justin_cas
    Justin Cassin Resort 2019 Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt
  • hauturely posted 3 photos 2 years, 4 months ago

    We Are Kindred Resort 2019
    We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in their holiday home in the south of France. Pastel florals with oversized hats were on show, and many of the prints took inspired from rococo painting that was flirty and playful.

    We are Kindred, established in 2013, are australian label created by…[Read more]

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    We Are Kindred Resort 2019 We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in their holiday home in the south of France. Pastel florals with oversized hats were on show, and many of the prints took inspired from rococo painting that was flirty and playful. We are Kindred, established in 2013, are australian label created by sisters Elizabeth and Georgie Renkert. They are mostly known for floral prints and have rooted bohemian style in their brand. This collection, similar to their previous bohemian presentations, was still bohemian but created a sense of elegance. The collection was styled by Marina Didovich, and small details such as the corset laced stiletto boots, custom-made Sarah Jane Curtis sun hats, custom jewelry by Chelsea De Luca, and free-flowing and braided hair perfectly complemented the collection on show. Kindred designer Elizabeth Renkhert told Grazia Magazine, “we were influenced by prints from the art nouveau era,” she also said that “Kindred is usually just free-flowing florals, but this year season we really played with asymmetrics, which also goes back to art nouveau.” The show was delightfully playful and took the audience into another world that we were, unfortunately snapped back into reality when the show ended. Overall, this was a successful presentation. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full We Are Kindred Resort 2019 collection. #article #wearekindered #wearekinderedarticle #wearekinderedresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159744mb00052_we_are_kinhauturely_775159744mb00034_we_are_kinhauturely_775159744mb00062_we_are_kin
    We Are Kindred Resort 2019 We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in th
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    We Are Kindred Resort 2019 We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in their holiday home in the south of France. Pastel florals with oversized hats were on show, and many of the prints took inspired from rococo painting that was flirty and playful. We are Kindred, established in 2013, are australian label created by sisters Elizabeth and Georgie Renkert. They are mostly known for floral prints and have rooted bohemian style in their brand. This collection, similar to their previous bohemian presentations, was still bohemian but created a sense of elegance. The collection was styled by Marina Didovich, and small details such as the corset laced stiletto boots, custom-made Sarah Jane Curtis sun hats, custom jewelry by Chelsea De Luca, and free-flowing and braided hair perfectly complemented the collection on show. Kindred designer Elizabeth Renkhert told Grazia Magazine, “we were influenced by prints from the art nouveau era,” she also said that “Kindred is usually just free-flowing florals, but this year season we really played with asymmetrics, which also goes back to art nouveau.” The show was delightfully playful and took the audience into another world that we were, unfortunately snapped back into reality when the show ended. Overall, this was a successful presentation. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full We Are Kindred Resort 2019 collection. #article #wearekindered #wearekinderedarticle #wearekinderedresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159744mb00052_we_are_kinhauturely_775159744mb00034_we_are_kinhauturely_775159744mb00062_we_are_kin
    We Are Kindred Resort 2019 We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in th
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    We Are Kindred Resort 2019 We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in their holiday home in the south of France. Pastel florals with oversized hats were on show, and many of the prints took inspired from rococo painting that was flirty and playful. We are Kindred, established in 2013, are australian label created by sisters Elizabeth and Georgie Renkert. They are mostly known for floral prints and have rooted bohemian style in their brand. This collection, similar to their previous bohemian presentations, was still bohemian but created a sense of elegance. The collection was styled by Marina Didovich, and small details such as the corset laced stiletto boots, custom-made Sarah Jane Curtis sun hats, custom jewelry by Chelsea De Luca, and free-flowing and braided hair perfectly complemented the collection on show. Kindred designer Elizabeth Renkhert told Grazia Magazine, “we were influenced by prints from the art nouveau era,” she also said that “Kindred is usually just free-flowing florals, but this year season we really played with asymmetrics, which also goes back to art nouveau.” The show was delightfully playful and took the audience into another world that we were, unfortunately snapped back into reality when the show ended. Overall, this was a successful presentation. written by Millie Elsmore Click HERE to view the full We Are Kindred Resort 2019 collection. #article #wearekindered #wearekinderedarticle #wearekinderedresort19 #resort19 #MillieElsmore #mbfwaarticle #mbfwa hauturely_775159744mb00052_we_are_kinhauturely_775159744mb00034_we_are_kinhauturely_775159744mb00062_we_are_kin
    We Are Kindred Resort 2019 We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in th
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