Last week we hosted an event for Julius and Kuborau at Patron of the New in New York.
We would like to present to you the Fall/Winter 2015 Women’s collection by Thom Browne backstage.
We would like to present to you the Alexandre Plokhov F/W 15 Men’s collection, Lingua Franca.
We would like to present to you the F/W 2015 Women’s collection by Alexandre Plokhov, called Lingua Franca.
We would like to present to you 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection “Snow Bleach” lookbook. The collection alludes to mountain soldiers and the camouflage used in snowy surroundings. The use of bleach mimics the uniforms, used on cashmere, felted wool and flannel. These natural fabrics are complemented by the ripstop and reflective technical ones.
We would like to present to you InAisce’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection.
Event: Julius & Kuboraum
On a recent trip to Paris I visited the showroom our favorite perfumer, Mad et Len. Moving to a dedicated showroom has allowed the brand to fully showcase its universe, which includes candles, lava rock home scents, and blackened iron objects hammered by hand. At the core of Mad et Len’s ethos is combining the light and the ethereal (scent) with the dark and earthy (hammered iron).
These days when fashion increasingly seems to be on one continuous treadmill, it is becoming increasingly difficult to slow things down, to approach craftsmanship with care that a well-made product demands.
On a recent journey towards the historic ateliers of The Last Conspiracy, a Denmark-based footwear company, tucked away on a hillside just outside Porto, the second largest city in Portugal, I got a glimpse into how things can still be made the traditional way. The story of Roald Nore, a creative nomad and the brand’s founder, begins with his desire to make something genuine and lasting.
Photographer: Wenjun Liang; Stylist: Christine de Lassus @ Art Department; Hair: Shinya Nakagawa; Makeup: Kuma for MAC cosmetics; Photo Assistant: Kyle May; Assistant Stylist: Ella Cepeda