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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection
    written by Inès Mohamed
    Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by…[Read more]

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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview
    written by Kia Danielle
    Chinese Designer Cho Cho Cheng was born in Hong Kong. He wanted to be a designer after watching a film about Coco Chanel. His grandmother Betty Charnuis was also a designer, so it looks like designing and creativity runs in the family. Cheng graduated from Parsons School of…[Read more]

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    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Cheng was born in Hong Kong. He wanted to be a designer after watching a film about Coco Chanel. His grandmother Betty Charnuis was also a designer, so it looks like designing and creativity runs in the family. Cheng graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City where he studied fashion and costume design. Not long after graduation, he launched his brand Chocheng, a women’s wear line, and opened his first store on Madison Avenue in 2010. His recent Spring Summer 2021 collection, which debuted this past NYFW via online, featured a minimalist aesthetic of black, grey, and white hues with a few pops of color. His clothes are timeless, elegant, and sustainable. What more can a woman ask for? I had the great opportunity to ask Cho Cho Cheng some questions about his new collection, COVID, and what we can expect from him in the future. Kia Danielle: What inspired your SS21 collection? Cho Cho Cheng: The theme of the SS21 collection is the 1961 film Lola, by Jacques Demy, I am particularly inspired by his quote: “Wanting happiness is already a bit of happiness.” KD: What’s the process for designing your collection? Cheng: I start my collection with the fabric selection process, then I begin the draping and pattern making process. Once I have the individual garments ready, I will choose a theme that fit the designs, then begin the editing and styling process to put a show together. KD: How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes? Cheng: They must feel comfortable in them, which is why I prefer 100% cotton knit underpinnings since they are soft, supple and breathable. Then they should feel confident, which I always attribute to my handmade shoulder pads. We shall all be well padded to shoulder through life. KD: In your own words, how has COVID 19 affected the fashion industry, and where do we go from here? Cheng: Clothing is a necessity, so there’ll always be a demand. I believe the fashion industry will be more vertically integrated in order to reduce cost and delivery time. KD: So what’s next for your brand and you? Cheng: I am a vegetarian, so I am aiming to turn my fashion brand vegan by the end of 2021. I would like to launch an e-commerce by the end of 2020. I also hope to launch a full accessories line. View the full Chocheng collectionHERE. #interview #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengss21 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #acingltd #purplepr IMG-20201006-WA0000IMG-20201006-WA0001IMG-20201006-WA0003IMG-20201006-WA0005
    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Ch
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    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Cheng was born in Hong Kong. He wanted to be a designer after watching a film about Coco Chanel. His grandmother Betty Charnuis was also a designer, so it looks like designing and creativity runs in the family. Cheng graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City where he studied fashion and costume design. Not long after graduation, he launched his brand Chocheng, a women’s wear line, and opened his first store on Madison Avenue in 2010. His recent Spring Summer 2021 collection, which debuted this past NYFW via online, featured a minimalist aesthetic of black, grey, and white hues with a few pops of color. His clothes are timeless, elegant, and sustainable. What more can a woman ask for? I had the great opportunity to ask Cho Cho Cheng some questions about his new collection, COVID, and what we can expect from him in the future. Kia Danielle: What inspired your SS21 collection? Cho Cho Cheng: The theme of the SS21 collection is the 1961 film Lola, by Jacques Demy, I am particularly inspired by his quote: “Wanting happiness is already a bit of happiness.” KD: What’s the process for designing your collection? Cheng: I start my collection with the fabric selection process, then I begin the draping and pattern making process. Once I have the individual garments ready, I will choose a theme that fit the designs, then begin the editing and styling process to put a show together. KD: How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes? Cheng: They must feel comfortable in them, which is why I prefer 100% cotton knit underpinnings since they are soft, supple and breathable. Then they should feel confident, which I always attribute to my handmade shoulder pads. We shall all be well padded to shoulder through life. KD: In your own words, how has COVID 19 affected the fashion industry, and where do we go from here? Cheng: Clothing is a necessity, so there’ll always be a demand. I believe the fashion industry will be more vertically integrated in order to reduce cost and delivery time. KD: So what’s next for your brand and you? Cheng: I am a vegetarian, so I am aiming to turn my fashion brand vegan by the end of 2021. I would like to launch an e-commerce by the end of 2020. I also hope to launch a full accessories line. View the full Chocheng collectionHERE. #interview #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengss21 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #acingltd #purplepr IMG-20201006-WA0000IMG-20201006-WA0001IMG-20201006-WA0003IMG-20201006-WA0005
    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Ch
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    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Cheng was born in Hong Kong. He wanted to be a designer after watching a film about Coco Chanel. His grandmother Betty Charnuis was also a designer, so it looks like designing and creativity runs in the family. Cheng graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City where he studied fashion and costume design. Not long after graduation, he launched his brand Chocheng, a women’s wear line, and opened his first store on Madison Avenue in 2010. His recent Spring Summer 2021 collection, which debuted this past NYFW via online, featured a minimalist aesthetic of black, grey, and white hues with a few pops of color. His clothes are timeless, elegant, and sustainable. What more can a woman ask for? I had the great opportunity to ask Cho Cho Cheng some questions about his new collection, COVID, and what we can expect from him in the future. Kia Danielle: What inspired your SS21 collection? Cho Cho Cheng: The theme of the SS21 collection is the 1961 film Lola, by Jacques Demy, I am particularly inspired by his quote: “Wanting happiness is already a bit of happiness.” KD: What’s the process for designing your collection? Cheng: I start my collection with the fabric selection process, then I begin the draping and pattern making process. Once I have the individual garments ready, I will choose a theme that fit the designs, then begin the editing and styling process to put a show together. KD: How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes? Cheng: They must feel comfortable in them, which is why I prefer 100% cotton knit underpinnings since they are soft, supple and breathable. Then they should feel confident, which I always attribute to my handmade shoulder pads. We shall all be well padded to shoulder through life. KD: In your own words, how has COVID 19 affected the fashion industry, and where do we go from here? Cheng: Clothing is a necessity, so there’ll always be a demand. I believe the fashion industry will be more vertically integrated in order to reduce cost and delivery time. KD: So what’s next for your brand and you? Cheng: I am a vegetarian, so I am aiming to turn my fashion brand vegan by the end of 2021. I would like to launch an e-commerce by the end of 2020. I also hope to launch a full accessories line. View the full Chocheng collectionHERE. #interview #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengss21 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #acingltd #purplepr IMG-20201006-WA0000IMG-20201006-WA0001IMG-20201006-WA0003IMG-20201006-WA0005
    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Ch
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    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Cheng was born in Hong Kong. He wanted to be a designer after watching a film about Coco Chanel. His grandmother Betty Charnuis was also a designer, so it looks like designing and creativity runs in the family. Cheng graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City where he studied fashion and costume design. Not long after graduation, he launched his brand Chocheng, a women’s wear line, and opened his first store on Madison Avenue in 2010. His recent Spring Summer 2021 collection, which debuted this past NYFW via online, featured a minimalist aesthetic of black, grey, and white hues with a few pops of color. His clothes are timeless, elegant, and sustainable. What more can a woman ask for? I had the great opportunity to ask Cho Cho Cheng some questions about his new collection, COVID, and what we can expect from him in the future. Kia Danielle: What inspired your SS21 collection? Cho Cho Cheng: The theme of the SS21 collection is the 1961 film Lola, by Jacques Demy, I am particularly inspired by his quote: “Wanting happiness is already a bit of happiness.” KD: What’s the process for designing your collection? Cheng: I start my collection with the fabric selection process, then I begin the draping and pattern making process. Once I have the individual garments ready, I will choose a theme that fit the designs, then begin the editing and styling process to put a show together. KD: How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes? Cheng: They must feel comfortable in them, which is why I prefer 100% cotton knit underpinnings since they are soft, supple and breathable. Then they should feel confident, which I always attribute to my handmade shoulder pads. We shall all be well padded to shoulder through life. KD: In your own words, how has COVID 19 affected the fashion industry, and where do we go from here? Cheng: Clothing is a necessity, so there’ll always be a demand. I believe the fashion industry will be more vertically integrated in order to reduce cost and delivery time. KD: So what’s next for your brand and you? Cheng: I am a vegetarian, so I am aiming to turn my fashion brand vegan by the end of 2021. I would like to launch an e-commerce by the end of 2020. I also hope to launch a full accessories line. View the full Chocheng collectionHERE. #interview #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengss21 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #acingltd #purplepr IMG-20201006-WA0000IMG-20201006-WA0001IMG-20201006-WA0003IMG-20201006-WA0005
    Chocheng Spring Summer 2021 Collection Interview written by Kia Danielle Chinese Designer Cho Cho Ch
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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.

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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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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee’s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018.…[Read more]

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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    Emerging Designers From The Platform FLYING SOLO Show Their New Fall Winter 2020 Collections During NYFW
    Flying Solo is the largest independent designer platform in the US, formed by independent designers from all around the world. It is owned and operated by the designers themselves, and the objective is to transform…[Read more]

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    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection
    With a youthful take on how the modern-day women can dress, Christian Cowan uses his lively spirit and creative mind in making his standout designs. With an affinity for unique materials such as vinyl, feathers, mesh, and sequin, the designer takes classic silhouettes…[Read more]

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    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful take on how the modern-day women can dress, Christian Cowan uses his lively spirit and creative mind in making his standout designs. With an affinity for unique materials such as vinyl, feathers, mesh, and sequin, the designer takes classic silhouettes and transforms them into something truly head-turning. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion in 2016, Christian garnered a strong celebrity following before having even left school. Lady Gaga was the first to support the young designer, stepping out in a full pink glitter suit in 2014. Since then, Christian has continued to outfit the world’s biggest stars such as Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, and Naomi Campbell. Christian Cowan also was a finalist for the 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. The SS20 collection was partly inspired in his mother’s family in Spain, using their seaside town of Moaña as a starting point. Karolina Kurkova opened the show wearing a sequined bathrobe, which referred to the moment of toweling off after a dip. The first section of the show also included tie-dyed patterns that were meant to evoke the colors of a summer holiday. The show started a bit soft, with very light colors, although the looks already included mesh, transparencies, and some sequins. Soon, the looks started getting bold, with darker colors that went from silvers and blues to bright pinks and reds, also mixed with extravagant prints such as harlequin diamonds in black and white. All the looks in this middle section shined bright like a diamond, either because they were entirely made of sequins or shiny fabrics. Short bodycon dresses were the star of the section. After this, Cowan presented a series of black leather outfits that differed a little from his vibrant style. The show ended with some big feathered sleeves and Karolina Kurkova closing it in a velvet fuchsia bodycon short dress with huge feathered sleeves of the same color. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christiancowan #christiancowanarticle #christiancowanss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _FIO0010_FIO0190_FIO0607_FIO0652
    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful tak
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    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful take on how the modern-day women can dress, Christian Cowan uses his lively spirit and creative mind in making his standout designs. With an affinity for unique materials such as vinyl, feathers, mesh, and sequin, the designer takes classic silhouettes and transforms them into something truly head-turning. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion in 2016, Christian garnered a strong celebrity following before having even left school. Lady Gaga was the first to support the young designer, stepping out in a full pink glitter suit in 2014. Since then, Christian has continued to outfit the world’s biggest stars such as Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, and Naomi Campbell. Christian Cowan also was a finalist for the 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. The SS20 collection was partly inspired in his mother’s family in Spain, using their seaside town of Moaña as a starting point. Karolina Kurkova opened the show wearing a sequined bathrobe, which referred to the moment of toweling off after a dip. The first section of the show also included tie-dyed patterns that were meant to evoke the colors of a summer holiday. The show started a bit soft, with very light colors, although the looks already included mesh, transparencies, and some sequins. Soon, the looks started getting bold, with darker colors that went from silvers and blues to bright pinks and reds, also mixed with extravagant prints such as harlequin diamonds in black and white. All the looks in this middle section shined bright like a diamond, either because they were entirely made of sequins or shiny fabrics. Short bodycon dresses were the star of the section. After this, Cowan presented a series of black leather outfits that differed a little from his vibrant style. The show ended with some big feathered sleeves and Karolina Kurkova closing it in a velvet fuchsia bodycon short dress with huge feathered sleeves of the same color. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christiancowan #christiancowanarticle #christiancowanss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _FIO0010_FIO0190_FIO0607_FIO0652
    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful tak
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    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful take on how the modern-day women can dress, Christian Cowan uses his lively spirit and creative mind in making his standout designs. With an affinity for unique materials such as vinyl, feathers, mesh, and sequin, the designer takes classic silhouettes and transforms them into something truly head-turning. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion in 2016, Christian garnered a strong celebrity following before having even left school. Lady Gaga was the first to support the young designer, stepping out in a full pink glitter suit in 2014. Since then, Christian has continued to outfit the world’s biggest stars such as Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, and Naomi Campbell. Christian Cowan also was a finalist for the 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. The SS20 collection was partly inspired in his mother’s family in Spain, using their seaside town of Moaña as a starting point. Karolina Kurkova opened the show wearing a sequined bathrobe, which referred to the moment of toweling off after a dip. The first section of the show also included tie-dyed patterns that were meant to evoke the colors of a summer holiday. The show started a bit soft, with very light colors, although the looks already included mesh, transparencies, and some sequins. Soon, the looks started getting bold, with darker colors that went from silvers and blues to bright pinks and reds, also mixed with extravagant prints such as harlequin diamonds in black and white. All the looks in this middle section shined bright like a diamond, either because they were entirely made of sequins or shiny fabrics. Short bodycon dresses were the star of the section. After this, Cowan presented a series of black leather outfits that differed a little from his vibrant style. The show ended with some big feathered sleeves and Karolina Kurkova closing it in a velvet fuchsia bodycon short dress with huge feathered sleeves of the same color. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christiancowan #christiancowanarticle #christiancowanss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _FIO0010_FIO0190_FIO0607_FIO0652
    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful tak
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    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful take on how the modern-day women can dress, Christian Cowan uses his lively spirit and creative mind in making his standout designs. With an affinity for unique materials such as vinyl, feathers, mesh, and sequin, the designer takes classic silhouettes and transforms them into something truly head-turning. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion in 2016, Christian garnered a strong celebrity following before having even left school. Lady Gaga was the first to support the young designer, stepping out in a full pink glitter suit in 2014. Since then, Christian has continued to outfit the world’s biggest stars such as Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, and Naomi Campbell. Christian Cowan also was a finalist for the 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. The SS20 collection was partly inspired in his mother’s family in Spain, using their seaside town of Moaña as a starting point. Karolina Kurkova opened the show wearing a sequined bathrobe, which referred to the moment of toweling off after a dip. The first section of the show also included tie-dyed patterns that were meant to evoke the colors of a summer holiday. The show started a bit soft, with very light colors, although the looks already included mesh, transparencies, and some sequins. Soon, the looks started getting bold, with darker colors that went from silvers and blues to bright pinks and reds, also mixed with extravagant prints such as harlequin diamonds in black and white. All the looks in this middle section shined bright like a diamond, either because they were entirely made of sequins or shiny fabrics. Short bodycon dresses were the star of the section. After this, Cowan presented a series of black leather outfits that differed a little from his vibrant style. The show ended with some big feathered sleeves and Karolina Kurkova closing it in a velvet fuchsia bodycon short dress with huge feathered sleeves of the same color. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christiancowan #christiancowanarticle #christiancowanss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _FIO0010_FIO0190_FIO0607_FIO0652
    A Summer Holiday in Spain Inspires Christian Cowan Spring Summer 2020 Collection With a youthful tak
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    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collection
    Hogan McLaughlin is an American fashion designer, artist, and dancer. In 2011, he met and collaborated with artist Daphne Guinness on his first garments, which ended up on display in the windows of Barneys New York Madison Avenue, and at the…[Read more]

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    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collection Hogan McLaughlin is an American fashion designer, artist, and dancer. In 2011, he met and collaborated with artist Daphne Guinness on his first garments, which ended up on display in the windows of Barneys New York Madison Avenue, and at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Later that year, McLaughlin launched his first collection under his name. He then had the opportunity to create custom looks for several high profile clients, including Lady Gaga. As an illustrator, he has had the pleasure of creating promotional images for HBO\'s Game of Thrones, Showtime\'s Penny Dreadful, and History Channel\'s Vikings. For his SS20 show, Mc Laughlin presented a clean, modern and rich color blocking collection. Each look combined structural shapes with contrasting softness and flared femininity with emphasis on the shoulders and hips. The 20-look collection showed a rich color palette, starting with black and white combined with ochre and then introducing some more colors such as grey, blue, turquoise, and pale pink. The star designs were different dresses and coordinated sets, all paired up with black combat boots, reinforcing this mix of bold and graceful attitude. There were no printed pieces, except for a couple of designs that included some discreet and beautiful flowers. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Hogan McLaughlin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hoganmclaughlin #hoganmclaughlinarticle #hoganmclaughlinss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle DSC_0152DSC_0010DSC_0062DSC_0113
    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collec
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    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collection Hogan McLaughlin is an American fashion designer, artist, and dancer. In 2011, he met and collaborated with artist Daphne Guinness on his first garments, which ended up on display in the windows of Barneys New York Madison Avenue, and at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Later that year, McLaughlin launched his first collection under his name. He then had the opportunity to create custom looks for several high profile clients, including Lady Gaga. As an illustrator, he has had the pleasure of creating promotional images for HBO\'s Game of Thrones, Showtime\'s Penny Dreadful, and History Channel\'s Vikings. For his SS20 show, Mc Laughlin presented a clean, modern and rich color blocking collection. Each look combined structural shapes with contrasting softness and flared femininity with emphasis on the shoulders and hips. The 20-look collection showed a rich color palette, starting with black and white combined with ochre and then introducing some more colors such as grey, blue, turquoise, and pale pink. The star designs were different dresses and coordinated sets, all paired up with black combat boots, reinforcing this mix of bold and graceful attitude. There were no printed pieces, except for a couple of designs that included some discreet and beautiful flowers. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Hogan McLaughlin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hoganmclaughlin #hoganmclaughlinarticle #hoganmclaughlinss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle DSC_0152DSC_0010DSC_0062DSC_0113
    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collec
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    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collection Hogan McLaughlin is an American fashion designer, artist, and dancer. In 2011, he met and collaborated with artist Daphne Guinness on his first garments, which ended up on display in the windows of Barneys New York Madison Avenue, and at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Later that year, McLaughlin launched his first collection under his name. He then had the opportunity to create custom looks for several high profile clients, including Lady Gaga. As an illustrator, he has had the pleasure of creating promotional images for HBO\'s Game of Thrones, Showtime\'s Penny Dreadful, and History Channel\'s Vikings. For his SS20 show, Mc Laughlin presented a clean, modern and rich color blocking collection. Each look combined structural shapes with contrasting softness and flared femininity with emphasis on the shoulders and hips. The 20-look collection showed a rich color palette, starting with black and white combined with ochre and then introducing some more colors such as grey, blue, turquoise, and pale pink. The star designs were different dresses and coordinated sets, all paired up with black combat boots, reinforcing this mix of bold and graceful attitude. There were no printed pieces, except for a couple of designs that included some discreet and beautiful flowers. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Hogan McLaughlin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hoganmclaughlin #hoganmclaughlinarticle #hoganmclaughlinss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle DSC_0152DSC_0010DSC_0062DSC_0113
    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collec
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    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collection Hogan McLaughlin is an American fashion designer, artist, and dancer. In 2011, he met and collaborated with artist Daphne Guinness on his first garments, which ended up on display in the windows of Barneys New York Madison Avenue, and at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Later that year, McLaughlin launched his first collection under his name. He then had the opportunity to create custom looks for several high profile clients, including Lady Gaga. As an illustrator, he has had the pleasure of creating promotional images for HBO\'s Game of Thrones, Showtime\'s Penny Dreadful, and History Channel\'s Vikings. For his SS20 show, Mc Laughlin presented a clean, modern and rich color blocking collection. Each look combined structural shapes with contrasting softness and flared femininity with emphasis on the shoulders and hips. The 20-look collection showed a rich color palette, starting with black and white combined with ochre and then introducing some more colors such as grey, blue, turquoise, and pale pink. The star designs were different dresses and coordinated sets, all paired up with black combat boots, reinforcing this mix of bold and graceful attitude. There were no printed pieces, except for a couple of designs that included some discreet and beautiful flowers. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Hogan McLaughlin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hoganmclaughlin #hoganmclaughlinarticle #hoganmclaughlinss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle DSC_0152DSC_0010DSC_0062DSC_0113
    Hogan McLaughlin Presents A Contrast Between Soft And Bold Feminity In His Spring Summer 2020 collec
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    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion
    Swimwear brand Chromat was founded in 2010 by Becca McCharen-Tran. She had a background in architecture, so the collections explore the intersection of architecture, fashion, and technology, producing garments that enhance the body through innovative design and…[Read more]

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    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand Chromat was founded in 2010 by Becca McCharen-Tran. She had a background in architecture, so the collections explore the intersection of architecture, fashion, and technology, producing garments that enhance the body through innovative design and cutting-edge technical fabrics. Chromat is designed by a diverse team of creative collaborators ranging from artists to scientists to choreographers. Chromat is committed to an inclusive, empowering, and sustainable future. The team of designers creates innovative swim and bodywear, made with sustainable, regenerated nylon spun from fishing nets and post-consumer plastic bottles that have been recovered from the world’s oceans while ensuring a healthier planet. The brand designs for women of all shapes and sizes through perfectly fit garments for each body. Chromat wants to reinforce the message that there are many different versions of beautiful and redefines the image of people in swimwear. The Spring/Summer 2020 Collection celebrates Chromat’s 10th anniversary by exploring the past, present, and future of Chromat. Revisiting some of their favorite collaborations from the past 10 years in a new future-forward focus on collective gatherings. SS20 illuminates the future of innovation and collaboration at Chromat. Designer McCharen-Tran lit up the catwalk with her characteristic bright colors. The show started with a section of electric blue and red looks, and then changed the red for lime green. Also, including some whole red looks, the show ended with an all-white designs section. There were not only swimwear but also shapewear, bodywear, and sportswear. Some looks included cut-outs and structural add-ons that reminded the designer’s architectural background, highlighting each model’s silhouettes. Talking about the models, the cast included all different types of bodies, ages, ethnic and styles, reinforcing the brand’s base value of inclusivity and giving each look a unique personality through the model that wore it. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Chromat Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #chromat #chromatarticle #chromatss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle _FIO0040_FIO0355_FIO0389_FIO0750
    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand
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    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand Chromat was founded in 2010 by Becca McCharen-Tran. She had a background in architecture, so the collections explore the intersection of architecture, fashion, and technology, producing garments that enhance the body through innovative design and cutting-edge technical fabrics. Chromat is designed by a diverse team of creative collaborators ranging from artists to scientists to choreographers. Chromat is committed to an inclusive, empowering, and sustainable future. The team of designers creates innovative swim and bodywear, made with sustainable, regenerated nylon spun from fishing nets and post-consumer plastic bottles that have been recovered from the world’s oceans while ensuring a healthier planet. The brand designs for women of all shapes and sizes through perfectly fit garments for each body. Chromat wants to reinforce the message that there are many different versions of beautiful and redefines the image of people in swimwear. The Spring/Summer 2020 Collection celebrates Chromat’s 10th anniversary by exploring the past, present, and future of Chromat. Revisiting some of their favorite collaborations from the past 10 years in a new future-forward focus on collective gatherings. SS20 illuminates the future of innovation and collaboration at Chromat. Designer McCharen-Tran lit up the catwalk with her characteristic bright colors. The show started with a section of electric blue and red looks, and then changed the red for lime green. Also, including some whole red looks, the show ended with an all-white designs section. There were not only swimwear but also shapewear, bodywear, and sportswear. Some looks included cut-outs and structural add-ons that reminded the designer’s architectural background, highlighting each model’s silhouettes. Talking about the models, the cast included all different types of bodies, ages, ethnic and styles, reinforcing the brand’s base value of inclusivity and giving each look a unique personality through the model that wore it. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Chromat Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #chromat #chromatarticle #chromatss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle _FIO0040_FIO0355_FIO0389_FIO0750
    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand
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    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand Chromat was founded in 2010 by Becca McCharen-Tran. She had a background in architecture, so the collections explore the intersection of architecture, fashion, and technology, producing garments that enhance the body through innovative design and cutting-edge technical fabrics. Chromat is designed by a diverse team of creative collaborators ranging from artists to scientists to choreographers. Chromat is committed to an inclusive, empowering, and sustainable future. The team of designers creates innovative swim and bodywear, made with sustainable, regenerated nylon spun from fishing nets and post-consumer plastic bottles that have been recovered from the world’s oceans while ensuring a healthier planet. The brand designs for women of all shapes and sizes through perfectly fit garments for each body. Chromat wants to reinforce the message that there are many different versions of beautiful and redefines the image of people in swimwear. The Spring/Summer 2020 Collection celebrates Chromat’s 10th anniversary by exploring the past, present, and future of Chromat. Revisiting some of their favorite collaborations from the past 10 years in a new future-forward focus on collective gatherings. SS20 illuminates the future of innovation and collaboration at Chromat. Designer McCharen-Tran lit up the catwalk with her characteristic bright colors. The show started with a section of electric blue and red looks, and then changed the red for lime green. Also, including some whole red looks, the show ended with an all-white designs section. There were not only swimwear but also shapewear, bodywear, and sportswear. Some looks included cut-outs and structural add-ons that reminded the designer’s architectural background, highlighting each model’s silhouettes. Talking about the models, the cast included all different types of bodies, ages, ethnic and styles, reinforcing the brand’s base value of inclusivity and giving each look a unique personality through the model that wore it. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Chromat Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #chromat #chromatarticle #chromatss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle _FIO0040_FIO0355_FIO0389_FIO0750
    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand
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    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand Chromat was founded in 2010 by Becca McCharen-Tran. She had a background in architecture, so the collections explore the intersection of architecture, fashion, and technology, producing garments that enhance the body through innovative design and cutting-edge technical fabrics. Chromat is designed by a diverse team of creative collaborators ranging from artists to scientists to choreographers. Chromat is committed to an inclusive, empowering, and sustainable future. The team of designers creates innovative swim and bodywear, made with sustainable, regenerated nylon spun from fishing nets and post-consumer plastic bottles that have been recovered from the world’s oceans while ensuring a healthier planet. The brand designs for women of all shapes and sizes through perfectly fit garments for each body. Chromat wants to reinforce the message that there are many different versions of beautiful and redefines the image of people in swimwear. The Spring/Summer 2020 Collection celebrates Chromat’s 10th anniversary by exploring the past, present, and future of Chromat. Revisiting some of their favorite collaborations from the past 10 years in a new future-forward focus on collective gatherings. SS20 illuminates the future of innovation and collaboration at Chromat. Designer McCharen-Tran lit up the catwalk with her characteristic bright colors. The show started with a section of electric blue and red looks, and then changed the red for lime green. Also, including some whole red looks, the show ended with an all-white designs section. There were not only swimwear but also shapewear, bodywear, and sportswear. Some looks included cut-outs and structural add-ons that reminded the designer’s architectural background, highlighting each model’s silhouettes. Talking about the models, the cast included all different types of bodies, ages, ethnic and styles, reinforcing the brand’s base value of inclusivity and giving each look a unique personality through the model that wore it. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Chromat Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #chromat #chromatarticle #chromatss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #internationalplayground #internationalplaygroundarticle _FIO0040_FIO0355_FIO0389_FIO0750
    Chromat Celebrates 10 Years Empowering A Sustainable And Inclusive Future For Fashion Swimwear brand
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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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    WISHARAWISH Presents A Collection That Combines Traditional Craftsmanship And Contemporary Design for Spring Summer 2020

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

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

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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week
    Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted.…[Read more]

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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazak
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazak
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
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