We would like to present to you our Paris showroom report on the Belgian designer Nico Uytterhaegen.
The fashion week is over but our work has just begun. This week we we will be presenting you with our scouting reports from Parisian showrooms. Our first feature is on Rigards, the LA/Hong Kong eyewear label that produces glasses exclusively from the African buffalo horn.
We would like to present the S/S 2014 collection by Piece d’Anarchive, a Parisian label that has been on our radar for a while. Not only their clothes appeal aesthetically, but we fully support their ethos of making everything in France, utilizing highest quality materials. We were glad to see that they extended their menswear and unisex offerings. Surely, a welcome addition to fashion.
We would like to share a sneak peak at the Lumen et Umbra women’s offerings for the S/S 2014 season.
We are happy to present you exclusive photography for sz-mag.com of the Iris van Herpen ready to wear show that took place today in Paris at David Lynch’s club Silencio.
This week A.F. Vandevorst put on an exciting show in Paris of their S/S 2014 season. Here are some photos AFV prepared to accompany the show.
During my visit to Antwerp I got to sit down with Kaat Debo, the director of Antwerp’s fashion museum, MoMu, to talk about her work. Below is an excerpt from our conversation.
Video of Iris van Herpen Costumes for the NYC Ballet
From September 19th to October 12th at Andreas Murkudis’ Berlin boutique you can see an of Margiela’s infamous Tabi boots. Rich with visuals and examples, the exhibit highlights different styles of this iconic and polarizing shoe, starting from the first Margiela collection presented in 1988.
Aoi Kotsuhiroi, the enigmatic Japanese-born object designer we profiled in the second volume of our print magazine is presenting hew latest creations in an installation called “I Vomited the Wearing Out of Nameless Things” at the new exhibit on contemporary French jewelry at Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. This should be all the more interesting because her dark and quiet visual poetry will be juxtaposed against the pomp-and-circumstance of the museum’s permanent collection. The exhibit opens tomorrow.