We would like to present to you the Lumen et Umbra Spring/Summer 2015 men’s collection.
Two weeks ago the latest of Rei Kawakubo’s protégés, Kei Ninomiya, was in New York to present a preview of his Fall/Winter 2015 collection for the “noir by kei ninomiya” line that he helms under the Comme des Garcons umbrella.
Dear readers – we would like to invite you to two events in New York this weekend with the German designer Leon Emanuel Blanck, whose anatomic work results in garments of unparalleled complexity.
Last week, the latest protege of Rei Kawakubo, Kei Ninomiya, was in New York to present his F/W 2015 collection of noir by kei ninomiya at the Comme des Garcons Chelsea flagship. Below are the photos from the event and the pieces are available for pre-order.
Leon Emanuel Blanck at Atelier New York
Please join us for a special edition of our Black Celebration party in New York with our guest Leon Emmanuel Blanck.
We would like to present to you the workspace of Daniel Andresen, who designs and produces his knitwear in Antwerp. All knitwear is made in-house, without any outsourcing.
Last week we alerted you to the new mini-documentary on Martin Margiela. It has now been released online by the YOOX group.
This video with clothes by Iris van Herpen and choreography by Russel Maliphant was shot by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, who have collaborated with Bjork and Alexander McQueen, for AnOther Magazine. The music is by Salvador Breed, who has done all the music for Iris van Herpen (and not just because they are a couple!).
One of the premieres at the current TriBeCa Film Festival is a mini-documentary on Martin Margiela, “The Artist is Absent,” directed by Alison Chernik. How do you make a documentary about a designer notoriously recluse? You interview other important people.
Among them, Jean-Paul Gaultier, the designer who gave Margiela his first job, the fashion critic Suzy Menkes, Raf Simons, who credits seeing a Margiela show for the first time with his desire to become a fashion designer, and our dear friend, the Belgian makeup artist Inge Grognard, who did the makeup for those iconic early Margiela’s shows.