We would like to present to you a sneak preview of Devoa’s Fall/Winter 2014 menswear.
We would like to present to you Song for the Mute’s Fall/Winter 2014 Menswear Lookbook.
We would like to present to you Jan-Jan Van Essche’s Project #2, Redeem.
Alicia Hannah Naomi is a Melbourne, Australia based jewelry designer. Her pieces are made utilizing a lost-wax casting technique. They are hand carved in wax, cast in metal and finished by hand.
Naomi sees her work as a meditation on mountains and rugged terrain, evocative of their somber beauty. Her most dramatic pieces are the “crystal mountains” made using hand-cast, hand-dyed resin, giving each creation its own unique appearance due to the varying pigments. They have a severe, organic feel like that of snow tipped mountain peaks or blackened glaciers.
We would like to share with you Christophe Lemaire’s Spring/Summer 2014 Women’s lookbook.
Mad et Len Candles If you have followed StyleZeitgeist, you probably know that we can’t get enough of these. The wax on these Provancal candles is infused with essential oils and the iron cases are hand-forged and blackened by local blacksmiths. The price tag is hefty, but you know what you are paying for. We…
When I met the German-born designer Daniel Andresen in his studio in Antwerp last month, he was looking at yak hair. The hair, spun into wool yarn at a cooperative in Mongolia, was a new experiment for this young designer whose understated knitwear is quietly sold at directional stores like Lift in Tokyo and DAAD Dantone in Milan.
Andresen is understated himself, a quiet, contemplative man who approaches his work without fanfare. “The yak might not work for the knitting machines,” he thought out loud, “it’s too uneven.”
This is the kind of know-how that shows Andresen’s hands-on nature of work. And when I say “hands-on,” I mean exactly that. Everything Andresen makes he makes himself using a couple of old knitwear Brother machines that are “programmed” by punch cards. “This is my production team,” Andresen pointed at his girlfriend, when I asked him where his knitwear is produced.
All clothes and accessories: Thom Browne SS14 Collection
Photography: Christos Karantzolas
Styling: Christine de Lassus @ Art Department
Model: Ros Georgiou @ The Society
Hair: Menelaos Alevras @ Ray Brown
Make up: Yumi @ L’Atelier using MAC Cosmetics
Fashion Assistant: Nasrin Jean-Baptiste
Special thanks to Miki Higasa @ Kaleidoscope PR
On November 14th, Aitor Throup unveiled an exclusive installation at H. Lorenzo in Los Angeles, titled Reflection/Redemption. This installation showcased New Object Research, his long awaited ready-to-wear clothing and accessories line. The installation is based on one of his four main concepts, When Football Hooligans Become Hindu Gods: a concept using physical product transformations to tell a narrative theme of metamorphosis.
Photos courtesy of Aitor Throup
All clothing: Abasi Rosborough F/W 2013 “Origin”
Photos Courtesy of Abasi Rosborough.
Model: Wataru Shimosato
Shot on location in Brooklyn, New York City.