Yohji Yamamoto men’s spring/summer 2015, Paris. Continue reading for our highlights from the runway presentation.
Boris Bidjan Saberi men’s spring/summer 2015, Paris. Continue reading for our highlights from the runway presentation.
Rick Owens mens spring-summer 2015, Paris. Continue reading for our highlights from the runway presentation.
We would like to present to you Haider Ackermann S/S 2015 lookbook.
We would like to present to you Barny Nakhle’s Fall/Winter 2014 women’s lookbook.
We would like to present to you Barny Nakhle’s Fall/Winter 2014 menswear lookbook.
Photographer – Christos Karantzolas
Stylist – Christine de Lassus @ Art Department
Model – Laura Kargulewicz @ Willhelmina Models NY
Hair – Menelaos Alevras @ Atelier Management using Oribe products
Makeup – Andie Markoe-Byrne @ Bryan Bantry
Fashion assistants – Emma Hutter and Laura McCarthy
The latest edition of SHOWstudio’s gallery/shop SHOWcabinet, curated by jeweler extraordinaire Shaun Leane, is reminiscent of another cabinet of curiosities currently on display in London: Growth and Form, an early work by Richard Hamilton showing as part of his major retrospective in the Tate Modern.
The latter contains a skull and a spine of unidentified large animals, a few eggs, rocks and crystals, alongside manmade grid-based structures and photographs. Leane’s SHOWcabinet comprises a piece of barely crystallised raw emerald from a Zambian mine, a board of mounted tropical beetles, paper cut flowers under glass domes and a live snake, as well as sculptures and photographs by various artists including Damien Hirst; not to mention eight artifacts specially created for the exhibition by Leane himself: a 22 ct gold beetle brooch, a diamond bracelet inspired by a serpent’s spine, cuffs in the shape of cherry blossoms, Macaw feather earrings, and so on.
We would like to present to you Cedric Jacquemyn’s Fall/Winter 2014 menswear lookbook.
We would like to present to you our favorites from the upcoming F/W 2014 Faliero Sarti collection of scarves. As always, we were impressed by the materials and dye and felting techniques that make this brand a perennial favorite.