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    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection
    written by Inès Mohamed
    Kat Maconie is the woman who founded the Kat Maconie brand eleven years ago. This shoe brand is unique and proposes several choices of shoes and accessories for women. After ten years at the head of her eponymous footwear brand, Kat Maconie knows her way around a pair…[Read more]

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    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the woman who founded the Kat Maconie brand eleven years ago. This shoe brand is unique and proposes several choices of shoes and accessories for women. After ten years at the head of her eponymous footwear brand, Kat Maconie knows her way around a pair of shoes. First of all, let\'s talk about the founder, Kat Maconie was born in London, and she attended the London College of Fashion. After two years at Whistles working on buying and product development, Kat Maconie moved into fashion recruitment and began creating her label part-time in a tiny west studio. Kat Maconie shoes and Le Clique shoes reflect bold colors, intense prints, architectural shapes, and metallic details. Kat has also collaborated with high street brands like Dune and fashion designers such as Felder Felder and Fyodor Golan, creating shoes for their catwalk shows at London Fashion Week. Her shoes are now stocked in twenty countries and in leading online stores such as Asos and Nasty Gal. Her signature block heels with gold frames and city sandals help her win the Drapers Shoe Designer of the Year award in 2013. Now her designs bring joy to women worldwide. There is a joyful side to the Kat Maconie brand. It is available across the whole world in different sizes (US sizes, UK sizes, and EU sizes). Kat Maconie offers unique \"stand out from the crowd\" designs. It means that this is an excellent way to give women the option to order where they are from without losing the time to convert the sizes. Kat Maconie aims to cater to the customer who seeks luxurious footwear but not on an oversized budget. Inspired by the splendor and the wild spirit, Kat\'s new line called Le Clique was born a few years after. This collection is filled with accessible eye-catching designs crafted from quality faux leather and fabrics. The Clique Collection shows us a new shoe category destined for women through the type, quality, shape, and aspect. Three types of shoes are available Le Clique Mid-Heels, Le Clique Sandals, and Le Clique High-Heels. The shoes are recognizable across the colors and the patterns selected to make these pairs impeccable. Kat knows affordable is the key to sell a lot of pairs of shoes. That is an opportunity to be granted without spending much money. These collections are available in all sizes, forms, and colors you want for Spring-Summer 2021 to complete your outfit and accompany your bags facilely. See Kat Maconie products HERE See Le Clique products HERE #article #lecliquearticle #katmaconiearticle #leclique #katmaconie #lecliquess21 #katmaconiess21 #ss21 #inesmohamed #collectiveagencyla #collectiveagencylaarticlekatmaconie2katmaconie1leclique2leclique1
    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the
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    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the woman who founded the Kat Maconie brand eleven years ago. This shoe brand is unique and proposes several choices of shoes and accessories for women. After ten years at the head of her eponymous footwear brand, Kat Maconie knows her way around a pair of shoes. First of all, let\'s talk about the founder, Kat Maconie was born in London, and she attended the London College of Fashion. After two years at Whistles working on buying and product development, Kat Maconie moved into fashion recruitment and began creating her label part-time in a tiny west studio. Kat Maconie shoes and Le Clique shoes reflect bold colors, intense prints, architectural shapes, and metallic details. Kat has also collaborated with high street brands like Dune and fashion designers such as Felder Felder and Fyodor Golan, creating shoes for their catwalk shows at London Fashion Week. Her shoes are now stocked in twenty countries and in leading online stores such as Asos and Nasty Gal. Her signature block heels with gold frames and city sandals help her win the Drapers Shoe Designer of the Year award in 2013. Now her designs bring joy to women worldwide. There is a joyful side to the Kat Maconie brand. It is available across the whole world in different sizes (US sizes, UK sizes, and EU sizes). Kat Maconie offers unique \"stand out from the crowd\" designs. It means that this is an excellent way to give women the option to order where they are from without losing the time to convert the sizes. Kat Maconie aims to cater to the customer who seeks luxurious footwear but not on an oversized budget. Inspired by the splendor and the wild spirit, Kat\'s new line called Le Clique was born a few years after. This collection is filled with accessible eye-catching designs crafted from quality faux leather and fabrics. The Clique Collection shows us a new shoe category destined for women through the type, quality, shape, and aspect. Three types of shoes are available Le Clique Mid-Heels, Le Clique Sandals, and Le Clique High-Heels. The shoes are recognizable across the colors and the patterns selected to make these pairs impeccable. Kat knows affordable is the key to sell a lot of pairs of shoes. That is an opportunity to be granted without spending much money. These collections are available in all sizes, forms, and colors you want for Spring-Summer 2021 to complete your outfit and accompany your bags facilely. See Kat Maconie products HERE See Le Clique products HERE #article #lecliquearticle #katmaconiearticle #leclique #katmaconie #lecliquess21 #katmaconiess21 #ss21 #inesmohamed #collectiveagencyla #collectiveagencylaarticlekatmaconie2katmaconie1leclique2leclique1
    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the
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    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the woman who founded the Kat Maconie brand eleven years ago. This shoe brand is unique and proposes several choices of shoes and accessories for women. After ten years at the head of her eponymous footwear brand, Kat Maconie knows her way around a pair of shoes. First of all, let\'s talk about the founder, Kat Maconie was born in London, and she attended the London College of Fashion. After two years at Whistles working on buying and product development, Kat Maconie moved into fashion recruitment and began creating her label part-time in a tiny west studio. Kat Maconie shoes and Le Clique shoes reflect bold colors, intense prints, architectural shapes, and metallic details. Kat has also collaborated with high street brands like Dune and fashion designers such as Felder Felder and Fyodor Golan, creating shoes for their catwalk shows at London Fashion Week. Her shoes are now stocked in twenty countries and in leading online stores such as Asos and Nasty Gal. Her signature block heels with gold frames and city sandals help her win the Drapers Shoe Designer of the Year award in 2013. Now her designs bring joy to women worldwide. There is a joyful side to the Kat Maconie brand. It is available across the whole world in different sizes (US sizes, UK sizes, and EU sizes). Kat Maconie offers unique \"stand out from the crowd\" designs. It means that this is an excellent way to give women the option to order where they are from without losing the time to convert the sizes. Kat Maconie aims to cater to the customer who seeks luxurious footwear but not on an oversized budget. Inspired by the splendor and the wild spirit, Kat\'s new line called Le Clique was born a few years after. This collection is filled with accessible eye-catching designs crafted from quality faux leather and fabrics. The Clique Collection shows us a new shoe category destined for women through the type, quality, shape, and aspect. Three types of shoes are available Le Clique Mid-Heels, Le Clique Sandals, and Le Clique High-Heels. The shoes are recognizable across the colors and the patterns selected to make these pairs impeccable. Kat knows affordable is the key to sell a lot of pairs of shoes. That is an opportunity to be granted without spending much money. These collections are available in all sizes, forms, and colors you want for Spring-Summer 2021 to complete your outfit and accompany your bags facilely. See Kat Maconie products HERE See Le Clique products HERE #article #lecliquearticle #katmaconiearticle #leclique #katmaconie #lecliquess21 #katmaconiess21 #ss21 #inesmohamed #collectiveagencyla #collectiveagencylaarticlekatmaconie2katmaconie1leclique2leclique1
    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the
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    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the woman who founded the Kat Maconie brand eleven years ago. This shoe brand is unique and proposes several choices of shoes and accessories for women. After ten years at the head of her eponymous footwear brand, Kat Maconie knows her way around a pair of shoes. First of all, let\'s talk about the founder, Kat Maconie was born in London, and she attended the London College of Fashion. After two years at Whistles working on buying and product development, Kat Maconie moved into fashion recruitment and began creating her label part-time in a tiny west studio. Kat Maconie shoes and Le Clique shoes reflect bold colors, intense prints, architectural shapes, and metallic details. Kat has also collaborated with high street brands like Dune and fashion designers such as Felder Felder and Fyodor Golan, creating shoes for their catwalk shows at London Fashion Week. Her shoes are now stocked in twenty countries and in leading online stores such as Asos and Nasty Gal. Her signature block heels with gold frames and city sandals help her win the Drapers Shoe Designer of the Year award in 2013. Now her designs bring joy to women worldwide. There is a joyful side to the Kat Maconie brand. It is available across the whole world in different sizes (US sizes, UK sizes, and EU sizes). Kat Maconie offers unique \"stand out from the crowd\" designs. It means that this is an excellent way to give women the option to order where they are from without losing the time to convert the sizes. Kat Maconie aims to cater to the customer who seeks luxurious footwear but not on an oversized budget. Inspired by the splendor and the wild spirit, Kat\'s new line called Le Clique was born a few years after. This collection is filled with accessible eye-catching designs crafted from quality faux leather and fabrics. The Clique Collection shows us a new shoe category destined for women through the type, quality, shape, and aspect. Three types of shoes are available Le Clique Mid-Heels, Le Clique Sandals, and Le Clique High-Heels. The shoes are recognizable across the colors and the patterns selected to make these pairs impeccable. Kat knows affordable is the key to sell a lot of pairs of shoes. That is an opportunity to be granted without spending much money. These collections are available in all sizes, forms, and colors you want for Spring-Summer 2021 to complete your outfit and accompany your bags facilely. See Kat Maconie products HERE See Le Clique products HERE #article #lecliquearticle #katmaconiearticle #leclique #katmaconie #lecliquess21 #katmaconiess21 #ss21 #inesmohamed #collectiveagencyla #collectiveagencylaarticlekatmaconie2katmaconie1leclique2leclique1
    Kat Maconie and Le Clique Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Kat Maconie is the
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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 3 months ago

    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    Especially noticed for his missing at the “Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre.

    Entitled “Tornado Warning,” the s…[Read more]

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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    “So Far so good” These are the words we could hear, as an introduction for this special collaboration between TATRAS, known for its high-quality winter sportswear and RIOT HILL, a Streetwear brand founded by Jordan FRESHER and well appreciated by the famous singer The Weeknd. A…[Read more]

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    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia \"So Far so good\" These are the words we could hear, as an introduction for this special collaboration between TATRAS, known for its high-quality winter sportswear and RIOT HILL, a Streetwear brand founded by Jordan FRESHER and well appreciated by the famous singer The Weeknd. A plus, the support of Bella HADID coming to the show, holding a glass of champagne, in a total look from the collection: a khaki multi-pocket pants with a layering of a black turtleneck and utilitarian jacket. How to describe the collection in three words? Violent, anonymous, and order. After been a few minutes in the dark with light flashed, silhouettes appear with hematomas and scars faces (obviously it is makeup), with aesthetic references from military and utility clothing. Technical fabrics as nylon make bombers and coats, embellished with steel details as zippers, push-buttons, multi-pocket pants. We then move more into a defensive style reinforced, but the heavy ranger boots the oversized shapes, giving strength to the looks, like the \"blanket like\" puffer jacket. Get ready for the harsh winter! Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticleNIC_7815-683x1024NIC_7544-683x1024NIC_7595-683x1024NIC_7411-683x1024
    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia “So Far so good” T
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    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia \"So Far so good\" These are the words we could hear, as an introduction for this special collaboration between TATRAS, known for its high-quality winter sportswear and RIOT HILL, a Streetwear brand founded by Jordan FRESHER and well appreciated by the famous singer The Weeknd. A plus, the support of Bella HADID coming to the show, holding a glass of champagne, in a total look from the collection: a khaki multi-pocket pants with a layering of a black turtleneck and utilitarian jacket. How to describe the collection in three words? Violent, anonymous, and order. After been a few minutes in the dark with light flashed, silhouettes appear with hematomas and scars faces (obviously it is makeup), with aesthetic references from military and utility clothing. Technical fabrics as nylon make bombers and coats, embellished with steel details as zippers, push-buttons, multi-pocket pants. We then move more into a defensive style reinforced, but the heavy ranger boots the oversized shapes, giving strength to the looks, like the \"blanket like\" puffer jacket. Get ready for the harsh winter! Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticleNIC_7815-683x1024NIC_7544-683x1024NIC_7595-683x1024NIC_7411-683x1024
    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia “So Far so good” T
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    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia \"So Far so good\" These are the words we could hear, as an introduction for this special collaboration between TATRAS, known for its high-quality winter sportswear and RIOT HILL, a Streetwear brand founded by Jordan FRESHER and well appreciated by the famous singer The Weeknd. A plus, the support of Bella HADID coming to the show, holding a glass of champagne, in a total look from the collection: a khaki multi-pocket pants with a layering of a black turtleneck and utilitarian jacket. How to describe the collection in three words? Violent, anonymous, and order. After been a few minutes in the dark with light flashed, silhouettes appear with hematomas and scars faces (obviously it is makeup), with aesthetic references from military and utility clothing. Technical fabrics as nylon make bombers and coats, embellished with steel details as zippers, push-buttons, multi-pocket pants. We then move more into a defensive style reinforced, but the heavy ranger boots the oversized shapes, giving strength to the looks, like the \"blanket like\" puffer jacket. Get ready for the harsh winter! Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticleNIC_7815-683x1024NIC_7544-683x1024NIC_7595-683x1024NIC_7411-683x1024
    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia “So Far so good” T
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    Tatras Joins Riot Hill for Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia \"So Far so good\" These are the words we could hear, as an introduction for this special collaboration between TATRAS, known for its high-quality winter sportswear and RIOT HILL, a Streetwear brand founded by Jordan FRESHER and well appreciated by the famous singer The Weeknd. A plus, the support of Bella HADID coming to the show, holding a glass of champagne, in a total look from the collection: a khaki multi-pocket pants with a layering of a black turtleneck and utilitarian jacket. How to describe the collection in three words? Violent, anonymous, and order. After been a few minutes in the dark with light flashed, silhouettes appear with hematomas and scars faces (obviously it is makeup), with aesthetic references from military and utility clothing. Technical fabrics as nylon make bombers and coats, embellished with steel details as zippers, push-buttons, multi-pocket pants. We then move more into a defensive style reinforced, but the heavy ranger boots the oversized shapes, giving strength to the looks, like the \"blanket like\" puffer jacket. Get ready for the harsh winter! Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticleNIC_7815-683x1024NIC_7544-683x1024NIC_7595-683x1024NIC_7411-683x1024
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    Cynthia Rowley Gets Inspired By Dr. Seuss For Her Spring Summer 2020 Collection
    Cynthia Rowley began her career in fashion while studying at the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, she took what little seed money she had and moved to NYC to start her eponymous fashion brand. The designer is known to take risks. This unparalleled sense of…[Read more]

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    Cynthia Rowley Gets Inspired By Dr. Seuss For Her Spring Summer 2020 Collection Cynthia Rowley began her career in fashion while studying at the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, she took what little seed money she had and moved to NYC to start her eponymous fashion brand. The designer is known to take risks. This unparalleled sense of adventure that effortlessly translates into the spirit of the brand through a playful assortment of pretty dresses, beachy separates, and swim/surf. Cynthia Rowley has gone on to win numerous accolades, including a CFDA Award and Designer of the Year at the American Image Awards. Cynthia Rowley, the brand, is built on the philosophy that fashion should be an adventure. The brand’s signature pretty-meets-sporty assortment features ready-to-wear, surf and swim, fitness, accessories, and home decor. Sustainability plays an essential role in the brand\'s production process - limited quantities are produced in every piece to avoid excess inventory. Deemed the pioneer of “surf-leisure” by Vogue, the brand\'s signature wetsuits and neoprene swimwear are produced using recycled materials and green technology for a gentler and more sustainable environmental impact. Cynthia Rowley\'s mission is rooted in women\'s empowerment. The brand exudes a spontaneous spirit, and actively redefines fashion\'s boundaries, inspiring women everywhere to take risks and live life fearlessly. For her SS20 collection, designer Cynthia Rowley turned Tribeca’s tucked-away Jay Street into an animated, happy playland inspired by Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go.” Rowley’s runway was printed with images from the book, and a few dresses toward the end of the show included mash-ups of Dr. Seuss’s fine art. But instead of just co-opting his designs, the designer worked in whimsical elements to her feminine fest. Scalloped details, striped raffia hats, and cloud eye makeup all transmitted the same spirit. Aside from floral frocks, Rowley presented strong separates, like trousers with two different colored legs, a column day dress that was half-white, half-beige, and pieces with graphic patchworked color blocks. Models with boxy luggage or in a standout floral wetsuit, surfboard in hand, closed the show, ready for their next destinations. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Cynthia Rowley Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cynthiarowley #cynthiarowleyarticle #cynthiarowleyss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_3-p1940422hauturely_11-p1940521hauturely_15-p1940554hauturely_36-p1940969
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    Cynthia Rowley Gets Inspired By Dr. Seuss For Her Spring Summer 2020 Collection Cynthia Rowley began her career in fashion while studying at the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, she took what little seed money she had and moved to NYC to start her eponymous fashion brand. The designer is known to take risks. This unparalleled sense of adventure that effortlessly translates into the spirit of the brand through a playful assortment of pretty dresses, beachy separates, and swim/surf. Cynthia Rowley has gone on to win numerous accolades, including a CFDA Award and Designer of the Year at the American Image Awards. Cynthia Rowley, the brand, is built on the philosophy that fashion should be an adventure. The brand’s signature pretty-meets-sporty assortment features ready-to-wear, surf and swim, fitness, accessories, and home decor. Sustainability plays an essential role in the brand\'s production process - limited quantities are produced in every piece to avoid excess inventory. Deemed the pioneer of “surf-leisure” by Vogue, the brand\'s signature wetsuits and neoprene swimwear are produced using recycled materials and green technology for a gentler and more sustainable environmental impact. Cynthia Rowley\'s mission is rooted in women\'s empowerment. The brand exudes a spontaneous spirit, and actively redefines fashion\'s boundaries, inspiring women everywhere to take risks and live life fearlessly. For her SS20 collection, designer Cynthia Rowley turned Tribeca’s tucked-away Jay Street into an animated, happy playland inspired by Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go.” Rowley’s runway was printed with images from the book, and a few dresses toward the end of the show included mash-ups of Dr. Seuss’s fine art. But instead of just co-opting his designs, the designer worked in whimsical elements to her feminine fest. Scalloped details, striped raffia hats, and cloud eye makeup all transmitted the same spirit. Aside from floral frocks, Rowley presented strong separates, like trousers with two different colored legs, a column day dress that was half-white, half-beige, and pieces with graphic patchworked color blocks. Models with boxy luggage or in a standout floral wetsuit, surfboard in hand, closed the show, ready for their next destinations. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Cynthia Rowley Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cynthiarowley #cynthiarowleyarticle #cynthiarowleyss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_3-p1940422hauturely_11-p1940521hauturely_15-p1940554hauturely_36-p1940969
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    Cynthia Rowley Gets Inspired By Dr. Seuss For Her Spring Summer 2020 Collection Cynthia Rowley began her career in fashion while studying at the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, she took what little seed money she had and moved to NYC to start her eponymous fashion brand. The designer is known to take risks. This unparalleled sense of adventure that effortlessly translates into the spirit of the brand through a playful assortment of pretty dresses, beachy separates, and swim/surf. Cynthia Rowley has gone on to win numerous accolades, including a CFDA Award and Designer of the Year at the American Image Awards. Cynthia Rowley, the brand, is built on the philosophy that fashion should be an adventure. The brand’s signature pretty-meets-sporty assortment features ready-to-wear, surf and swim, fitness, accessories, and home decor. Sustainability plays an essential role in the brand\'s production process - limited quantities are produced in every piece to avoid excess inventory. Deemed the pioneer of “surf-leisure” by Vogue, the brand\'s signature wetsuits and neoprene swimwear are produced using recycled materials and green technology for a gentler and more sustainable environmental impact. Cynthia Rowley\'s mission is rooted in women\'s empowerment. The brand exudes a spontaneous spirit, and actively redefines fashion\'s boundaries, inspiring women everywhere to take risks and live life fearlessly. For her SS20 collection, designer Cynthia Rowley turned Tribeca’s tucked-away Jay Street into an animated, happy playland inspired by Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go.” Rowley’s runway was printed with images from the book, and a few dresses toward the end of the show included mash-ups of Dr. Seuss’s fine art. But instead of just co-opting his designs, the designer worked in whimsical elements to her feminine fest. Scalloped details, striped raffia hats, and cloud eye makeup all transmitted the same spirit. Aside from floral frocks, Rowley presented strong separates, like trousers with two different colored legs, a column day dress that was half-white, half-beige, and pieces with graphic patchworked color blocks. Models with boxy luggage or in a standout floral wetsuit, surfboard in hand, closed the show, ready for their next destinations. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Cynthia Rowley Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cynthiarowley #cynthiarowleyarticle #cynthiarowleyss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_3-p1940422hauturely_11-p1940521hauturely_15-p1940554hauturely_36-p1940969
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    Cynthia Rowley Gets Inspired By Dr. Seuss For Her Spring Summer 2020 Collection Cynthia Rowley began her career in fashion while studying at the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, she took what little seed money she had and moved to NYC to start her eponymous fashion brand. The designer is known to take risks. This unparalleled sense of adventure that effortlessly translates into the spirit of the brand through a playful assortment of pretty dresses, beachy separates, and swim/surf. Cynthia Rowley has gone on to win numerous accolades, including a CFDA Award and Designer of the Year at the American Image Awards. Cynthia Rowley, the brand, is built on the philosophy that fashion should be an adventure. The brand’s signature pretty-meets-sporty assortment features ready-to-wear, surf and swim, fitness, accessories, and home decor. Sustainability plays an essential role in the brand\'s production process - limited quantities are produced in every piece to avoid excess inventory. Deemed the pioneer of “surf-leisure” by Vogue, the brand\'s signature wetsuits and neoprene swimwear are produced using recycled materials and green technology for a gentler and more sustainable environmental impact. Cynthia Rowley\'s mission is rooted in women\'s empowerment. The brand exudes a spontaneous spirit, and actively redefines fashion\'s boundaries, inspiring women everywhere to take risks and live life fearlessly. For her SS20 collection, designer Cynthia Rowley turned Tribeca’s tucked-away Jay Street into an animated, happy playland inspired by Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go.” Rowley’s runway was printed with images from the book, and a few dresses toward the end of the show included mash-ups of Dr. Seuss’s fine art. But instead of just co-opting his designs, the designer worked in whimsical elements to her feminine fest. Scalloped details, striped raffia hats, and cloud eye makeup all transmitted the same spirit. Aside from floral frocks, Rowley presented strong separates, like trousers with two different colored legs, a column day dress that was half-white, half-beige, and pieces with graphic patchworked color blocks. Models with boxy luggage or in a standout floral wetsuit, surfboard in hand, closed the show, ready for their next destinations. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Cynthia Rowley Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cynthiarowley #cynthiarowleyarticle #cynthiarowleyss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_3-p1940422hauturely_11-p1940521hauturely_15-p1940554hauturely_36-p1940969
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    Gut’s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line

    Gut’s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection…[Read more]

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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020
    Inside the walls of a private apartment in the Golden Triangle in Paris, we attended the last show from Pierre KACZMAREK and Elena MOTTOLA, founders of the Afterhomework label, who make their show this season on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule.

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    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in the Golden Triangle in Paris, we attended the last show from Pierre KACZMAREK and Elena MOTTOLA, founders of the Afterhomework label, who make their show this season on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule. A young brand for young people, in a contemporary esthetic, mixing edgy and Streetwear vibes. Aside from architectural silhouettes, the duo manages to create a collection, revisiting archetypes to create a more edgy and sustainable collection. Sustainable is obviously the major challenge of the century for the fashion industry, always running at full speed. Table cloths combine to become a cocktail dress and take a high fashion rendering on men\'s silhouettes. We notice interesting asymmetric auto-sculpted dresses, even creating subtle trompe l\'œil, like a split dress that seems to be the illusion of a pair of pants. Potential it piece from the collection: The XXL Canvas tote bag, totally in the trend of the identity of the bag: from the Jacquemus Micro Chiquito to the Meteor bag from Virgil Abloh, the brand seems to find the right balance for next summer, that the future vacationers will be able to wear with the towel dress looking like blue work. A promising job that deserves a to be continued story for this young and friendly duo. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afterhomework #afterhomeworkarticle #afterhomeworkss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4726-1569326620Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4772-1569326682Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4842-1569326769Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4936-1569326894
    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in
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    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in the Golden Triangle in Paris, we attended the last show from Pierre KACZMAREK and Elena MOTTOLA, founders of the Afterhomework label, who make their show this season on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule. A young brand for young people, in a contemporary esthetic, mixing edgy and Streetwear vibes. Aside from architectural silhouettes, the duo manages to create a collection, revisiting archetypes to create a more edgy and sustainable collection. Sustainable is obviously the major challenge of the century for the fashion industry, always running at full speed. Table cloths combine to become a cocktail dress and take a high fashion rendering on men\'s silhouettes. We notice interesting asymmetric auto-sculpted dresses, even creating subtle trompe l\'œil, like a split dress that seems to be the illusion of a pair of pants. Potential it piece from the collection: The XXL Canvas tote bag, totally in the trend of the identity of the bag: from the Jacquemus Micro Chiquito to the Meteor bag from Virgil Abloh, the brand seems to find the right balance for next summer, that the future vacationers will be able to wear with the towel dress looking like blue work. A promising job that deserves a to be continued story for this young and friendly duo. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afterhomework #afterhomeworkarticle #afterhomeworkss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4726-1569326620Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4772-1569326682Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4842-1569326769Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4936-1569326894
    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in
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    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in the Golden Triangle in Paris, we attended the last show from Pierre KACZMAREK and Elena MOTTOLA, founders of the Afterhomework label, who make their show this season on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule. A young brand for young people, in a contemporary esthetic, mixing edgy and Streetwear vibes. Aside from architectural silhouettes, the duo manages to create a collection, revisiting archetypes to create a more edgy and sustainable collection. Sustainable is obviously the major challenge of the century for the fashion industry, always running at full speed. Table cloths combine to become a cocktail dress and take a high fashion rendering on men\'s silhouettes. We notice interesting asymmetric auto-sculpted dresses, even creating subtle trompe l\'œil, like a split dress that seems to be the illusion of a pair of pants. Potential it piece from the collection: The XXL Canvas tote bag, totally in the trend of the identity of the bag: from the Jacquemus Micro Chiquito to the Meteor bag from Virgil Abloh, the brand seems to find the right balance for next summer, that the future vacationers will be able to wear with the towel dress looking like blue work. A promising job that deserves a to be continued story for this young and friendly duo. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afterhomework #afterhomeworkarticle #afterhomeworkss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4726-1569326620Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4772-1569326682Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4842-1569326769Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4936-1569326894
    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in
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    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in the Golden Triangle in Paris, we attended the last show from Pierre KACZMAREK and Elena MOTTOLA, founders of the Afterhomework label, who make their show this season on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule. A young brand for young people, in a contemporary esthetic, mixing edgy and Streetwear vibes. Aside from architectural silhouettes, the duo manages to create a collection, revisiting archetypes to create a more edgy and sustainable collection. Sustainable is obviously the major challenge of the century for the fashion industry, always running at full speed. Table cloths combine to become a cocktail dress and take a high fashion rendering on men\'s silhouettes. We notice interesting asymmetric auto-sculpted dresses, even creating subtle trompe l\'œil, like a split dress that seems to be the illusion of a pair of pants. Potential it piece from the collection: The XXL Canvas tote bag, totally in the trend of the identity of the bag: from the Jacquemus Micro Chiquito to the Meteor bag from Virgil Abloh, the brand seems to find the right balance for next summer, that the future vacationers will be able to wear with the towel dress looking like blue work. A promising job that deserves a to be continued story for this young and friendly duo. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afterhomework #afterhomeworkarticle #afterhomeworkss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4726-1569326620Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4772-1569326682Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4842-1569326769Afterhomework-RTW-SS20-Paris-4936-1569326894
    XXL is the next trend at Afterhomework Spring Summer 2020 Inside the walls of a private apartment in
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020
    In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style.

    As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many…[Read more]

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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    “Madame C” is the next Guy Laroche Woman
    Women Fashion Weeks is still the opportunity for designers to express the woman’s status in society. Richard RENE, the artistic director for Guy Laroche, showed his vision of Feminity with liberty and minimalism with his French sexy and glam touch.

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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020
    Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers.

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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Throwback to last PFW last season, captured some models off duty. Enjoy! PFW-SS202-StreetStyle-36PFW-SS202-StreetStyle-42-1

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    Throwback to last PFW last season, captured some models off duty. Enjoy! PFW-SS202-StreetStyle-36PFW-SS202-StreetStyle-42-1
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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a…[Read more]

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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
    If you are similar to us with a love for full-on black outfits and you are still in need of some inspiration for this year’s wardrobe, you will find something in Cubel’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection as presented during Bogota Fashion Week. The Colombian clothing label was crea…[Read more]

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    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love for full-on black outfits and you are still in need of some inspiration for this year’s wardrobe, you will find something in Cubel’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection as presented during Bogota Fashion Week. The Colombian clothing label was created by the designer Humberto Cubides and revolved around telling mythical stories through fashion and bringing together ancestral cultural influences. If we were to describe this collection in three words, we would say leather, leather, and leather again. Leather fanny packs, fringes, and bomber jackets were items that frequently returned. The materials used for the collection were transformed with industrial processes, passing by the hand of artisan women of the cundiboyacense region and the signature expertise in embroidery and handmade fabrics.“ Some main items of the collection included oversized jackets and sleeveless tops in fading red and black, dark green metallic ponchos, and long black shorts and pants. The mixture of streetwear pieces with tribal prints generated a strong urban identity that is so characteristic for the brand. For accessories, the most outstanding pieces have to be the silver-colored nose rings that each of the models were wearing. As their foreheads were painted in a fading black going up to their hairlines and a lot of models were rocking long black dreadlocks, the dramatic notes of the show were present in the make-up and hairstyle choices as well. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Cubel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #cubel #cubelarticle #cubelfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle df4259311d281b6c023e2b06d841edb32677775e10cc4f1979a8f7dabf9101ba66bd3fd26790192ac0031ca97b9eab3f861e6fb6bcf8d0267780508ee946228ceb3d48d0cdb6866866bb52679020
    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love
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    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love for full-on black outfits and you are still in need of some inspiration for this year’s wardrobe, you will find something in Cubel’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection as presented during Bogota Fashion Week. The Colombian clothing label was created by the designer Humberto Cubides and revolved around telling mythical stories through fashion and bringing together ancestral cultural influences. If we were to describe this collection in three words, we would say leather, leather, and leather again. Leather fanny packs, fringes, and bomber jackets were items that frequently returned. The materials used for the collection were transformed with industrial processes, passing by the hand of artisan women of the cundiboyacense region and the signature expertise in embroidery and handmade fabrics.“ Some main items of the collection included oversized jackets and sleeveless tops in fading red and black, dark green metallic ponchos, and long black shorts and pants. The mixture of streetwear pieces with tribal prints generated a strong urban identity that is so characteristic for the brand. For accessories, the most outstanding pieces have to be the silver-colored nose rings that each of the models were wearing. As their foreheads were painted in a fading black going up to their hairlines and a lot of models were rocking long black dreadlocks, the dramatic notes of the show were present in the make-up and hairstyle choices as well. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Cubel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #cubel #cubelarticle #cubelfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle df4259311d281b6c023e2b06d841edb32677775e10cc4f1979a8f7dabf9101ba66bd3fd26790192ac0031ca97b9eab3f861e6fb6bcf8d0267780508ee946228ceb3d48d0cdb6866866bb52679020
    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love
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    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love for full-on black outfits and you are still in need of some inspiration for this year’s wardrobe, you will find something in Cubel’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection as presented during Bogota Fashion Week. The Colombian clothing label was created by the designer Humberto Cubides and revolved around telling mythical stories through fashion and bringing together ancestral cultural influences. If we were to describe this collection in three words, we would say leather, leather, and leather again. Leather fanny packs, fringes, and bomber jackets were items that frequently returned. The materials used for the collection were transformed with industrial processes, passing by the hand of artisan women of the cundiboyacense region and the signature expertise in embroidery and handmade fabrics.“ Some main items of the collection included oversized jackets and sleeveless tops in fading red and black, dark green metallic ponchos, and long black shorts and pants. The mixture of streetwear pieces with tribal prints generated a strong urban identity that is so characteristic for the brand. For accessories, the most outstanding pieces have to be the silver-colored nose rings that each of the models were wearing. As their foreheads were painted in a fading black going up to their hairlines and a lot of models were rocking long black dreadlocks, the dramatic notes of the show were present in the make-up and hairstyle choices as well. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Cubel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #cubel #cubelarticle #cubelfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle df4259311d281b6c023e2b06d841edb32677775e10cc4f1979a8f7dabf9101ba66bd3fd26790192ac0031ca97b9eab3f861e6fb6bcf8d0267780508ee946228ceb3d48d0cdb6866866bb52679020
    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love
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    All Black at Cubel Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week If you are similar to us with a love for full-on black outfits and you are still in need of some inspiration for this year’s wardrobe, you will find something in Cubel’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection as presented during Bogota Fashion Week. The Colombian clothing label was created by the designer Humberto Cubides and revolved around telling mythical stories through fashion and bringing together ancestral cultural influences. If we were to describe this collection in three words, we would say leather, leather, and leather again. Leather fanny packs, fringes, and bomber jackets were items that frequently returned. The materials used for the collection were transformed with industrial processes, passing by the hand of artisan women of the cundiboyacense region and the signature expertise in embroidery and handmade fabrics.“ Some main items of the collection included oversized jackets and sleeveless tops in fading red and black, dark green metallic ponchos, and long black shorts and pants. The mixture of streetwear pieces with tribal prints generated a strong urban identity that is so characteristic for the brand. For accessories, the most outstanding pieces have to be the silver-colored nose rings that each of the models were wearing. As their foreheads were painted in a fading black going up to their hairlines and a lot of models were rocking long black dreadlocks, the dramatic notes of the show were present in the make-up and hairstyle choices as well. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Cubel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #cubel #cubelarticle #cubelfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle df4259311d281b6c023e2b06d841edb32677775e10cc4f1979a8f7dabf9101ba66bd3fd26790192ac0031ca97b9eab3f861e6fb6bcf8d0267780508ee946228ceb3d48d0cdb6866866bb52679020
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion w…[Read more]

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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers
    Incredibly inspiring and insightful, the Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with questions & answers was truly unforgettable. The pioneering lady was interviewed by British Vogue’s Style Editor Gianluca Longo at the Istituto Marangoni Fashion Design School, where she is currently the i…[Read more]

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    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers Incredibly inspiring and insightful, the Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with questions & answers was truly unforgettable. The pioneering lady was interviewed by British Vogue’s Style Editor Gianluca Longo at the Istituto Marangoni Fashion Design School, where she is currently the international brand ambassador and scientific director. Russo discussed her dazzling career that spans an impressive 30 years from previously working as a fashion journalist at Vogue Italia, leading the creative direction at L’Uomo Vogue to being a style icon and pioneer in street style photography. The event also coincided with the celebration of 20 years of Vogue Japan, where the visionary currently works. She emphasized the importance of hard work, quick thinking, having a keen tenacious attitude in the fashion industry, and always putting the client’s needs first on photoshoots where she playfully compared meeting their needs to flirting with lovers. She also stressed the importance of wellbeing and mental health in the industry and taking time out for oneself on a daily basis. She highlighted how social media has revolutionized the fashion industry and how increasingly important it is to have a strong social media presence, likening one’s Instagram feed to a CV in today’s tech world. The style icon wore a Giuseppe di Morabito sparkly sequin polka dot cocktail dress sporting a larger than life sleeve paired with hot pink high heels from Attico. Her style was undeniable, but it was her glittering, charismatic personality that was the most captivating. The thrilling talk ended the best way it could for the playful social media savvy businesswoman: with a group selfie with all the attendees of the event. A book signing for Anna Dello Russo’s new book, “Beyond Fashion” quickly followed suit as well as networking amongst the students, enthusiasts and fashion crowd alike. Overall, Anna Dello Russo’s Masterclass event was as fun and fabulous as the flamboyant lady herself. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Anna Dello Russo masterclass photos. #article #annadellorusso #annadellorussoarticle #annadellorussoss20 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_82-082-im-anna-dello-russo-7960kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_79-079-im-anna-dello-russo-0537kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_97-097-im-anna-dello-russo-8008kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_116-116-im-anna-dello-russo-8081kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019
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    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers Incredibly inspiring and insightful, the Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with questions & answers was truly unforgettable. The pioneering lady was interviewed by British Vogue’s Style Editor Gianluca Longo at the Istituto Marangoni Fashion Design School, where she is currently the international brand ambassador and scientific director. Russo discussed her dazzling career that spans an impressive 30 years from previously working as a fashion journalist at Vogue Italia, leading the creative direction at L’Uomo Vogue to being a style icon and pioneer in street style photography. The event also coincided with the celebration of 20 years of Vogue Japan, where the visionary currently works. She emphasized the importance of hard work, quick thinking, having a keen tenacious attitude in the fashion industry, and always putting the client’s needs first on photoshoots where she playfully compared meeting their needs to flirting with lovers. She also stressed the importance of wellbeing and mental health in the industry and taking time out for oneself on a daily basis. She highlighted how social media has revolutionized the fashion industry and how increasingly important it is to have a strong social media presence, likening one’s Instagram feed to a CV in today’s tech world. The style icon wore a Giuseppe di Morabito sparkly sequin polka dot cocktail dress sporting a larger than life sleeve paired with hot pink high heels from Attico. Her style was undeniable, but it was her glittering, charismatic personality that was the most captivating. The thrilling talk ended the best way it could for the playful social media savvy businesswoman: with a group selfie with all the attendees of the event. A book signing for Anna Dello Russo’s new book, “Beyond Fashion” quickly followed suit as well as networking amongst the students, enthusiasts and fashion crowd alike. Overall, Anna Dello Russo’s Masterclass event was as fun and fabulous as the flamboyant lady herself. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Anna Dello Russo masterclass photos. #article #annadellorusso #annadellorussoarticle #annadellorussoss20 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_82-082-im-anna-dello-russo-7960kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_79-079-im-anna-dello-russo-0537kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_97-097-im-anna-dello-russo-8008kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_116-116-im-anna-dello-russo-8081kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019
    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers Incredibly inspiring and insightful, t
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    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers Incredibly inspiring and insightful, the Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with questions & answers was truly unforgettable. The pioneering lady was interviewed by British Vogue’s Style Editor Gianluca Longo at the Istituto Marangoni Fashion Design School, where she is currently the international brand ambassador and scientific director. Russo discussed her dazzling career that spans an impressive 30 years from previously working as a fashion journalist at Vogue Italia, leading the creative direction at L’Uomo Vogue to being a style icon and pioneer in street style photography. The event also coincided with the celebration of 20 years of Vogue Japan, where the visionary currently works. She emphasized the importance of hard work, quick thinking, having a keen tenacious attitude in the fashion industry, and always putting the client’s needs first on photoshoots where she playfully compared meeting their needs to flirting with lovers. She also stressed the importance of wellbeing and mental health in the industry and taking time out for oneself on a daily basis. She highlighted how social media has revolutionized the fashion industry and how increasingly important it is to have a strong social media presence, likening one’s Instagram feed to a CV in today’s tech world. The style icon wore a Giuseppe di Morabito sparkly sequin polka dot cocktail dress sporting a larger than life sleeve paired with hot pink high heels from Attico. Her style was undeniable, but it was her glittering, charismatic personality that was the most captivating. The thrilling talk ended the best way it could for the playful social media savvy businesswoman: with a group selfie with all the attendees of the event. A book signing for Anna Dello Russo’s new book, “Beyond Fashion” quickly followed suit as well as networking amongst the students, enthusiasts and fashion crowd alike. Overall, Anna Dello Russo’s Masterclass event was as fun and fabulous as the flamboyant lady herself. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Anna Dello Russo masterclass photos. #article #annadellorusso #annadellorussoarticle #annadellorussoss20 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_82-082-im-anna-dello-russo-7960kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_79-079-im-anna-dello-russo-0537kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_97-097-im-anna-dello-russo-8008kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_116-116-im-anna-dello-russo-8081kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019
    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers Incredibly inspiring and insightful, t
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    The Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with Questions & Answers Incredibly inspiring and insightful, the Anna Dello Russo Masterclass with questions & answers was truly unforgettable. The pioneering lady was interviewed by British Vogue’s Style Editor Gianluca Longo at the Istituto Marangoni Fashion Design School, where she is currently the international brand ambassador and scientific director. Russo discussed her dazzling career that spans an impressive 30 years from previously working as a fashion journalist at Vogue Italia, leading the creative direction at L’Uomo Vogue to being a style icon and pioneer in street style photography. The event also coincided with the celebration of 20 years of Vogue Japan, where the visionary currently works. She emphasized the importance of hard work, quick thinking, having a keen tenacious attitude in the fashion industry, and always putting the client’s needs first on photoshoots where she playfully compared meeting their needs to flirting with lovers. She also stressed the importance of wellbeing and mental health in the industry and taking time out for oneself on a daily basis. She highlighted how social media has revolutionized the fashion industry and how increasingly important it is to have a strong social media presence, likening one’s Instagram feed to a CV in today’s tech world. The style icon wore a Giuseppe di Morabito sparkly sequin polka dot cocktail dress sporting a larger than life sleeve paired with hot pink high heels from Attico. Her style was undeniable, but it was her glittering, charismatic personality that was the most captivating. The thrilling talk ended the best way it could for the playful social media savvy businesswoman: with a group selfie with all the attendees of the event. A book signing for Anna Dello Russo’s new book, “Beyond Fashion” quickly followed suit as well as networking amongst the students, enthusiasts and fashion crowd alike. Overall, Anna Dello Russo’s Masterclass event was as fun and fabulous as the flamboyant lady herself. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Anna Dello Russo masterclass photos. #article #annadellorusso #annadellorussoarticle #annadellorussoss20 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_82-082-im-anna-dello-russo-7960kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_79-079-im-anna-dello-russo-0537kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_97-097-im-anna-dello-russo-8008kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019hauturely_116-116-im-anna-dello-russo-8081kinsmen-photographyseptember-17-2019
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    Spring Summer 2020 Trends
    Taking a step away from seasons past, the collections for SS2020 had a decidedly optimistic and joyful tone to them and maybe the escape hatch we are all looking for in these times. Even the dark horse Rick Owens had a lighter and more celebratory feel to his lineup for SS2020 ending his show in Paris with bubbles as…[Read more]

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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a…[Read more]

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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 11 months ago

    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery…[Read more]

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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small…[Read more]

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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.…[Read more]

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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess,…[Read more]

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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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