Ann Demeulemeester spring-summer 2013, June 30th, Paris.
Preview of the new spring-summer 2013 collection from Julius. Stay tuned for showroom coverage later this week.
Rick Owens spring-summer 2013, June 28th, Paris. Continue reading for the full runway presentantion.
Dear readers – below is the exclusive sneak peak at the upcoming Lost & Found men’s collection. We hope you enjoy it.
Exclusive preview of the upcoming spring-summer 2013 collection IN/YO from Devoa. The collection, featuring entirely new patterns done in very special materials such as Japanese paper-linen, is the label’s first to feature garments for women.
A first look at the spring-summer 2013 collection, from New York based label Inaisce. The collection, entitled Columna Cerului, will be shown in Paris next week. Continue reading for the full lookbook.
Continue reading for lookbook shots of the current spring-summer 2012 collection from Individual Sentiments, designed by Yoko Ito.
ReCikli is a new stand-alone project by Marvielab and designer Mariavittoria Sargentini, presented in January during men’s fashion week. The concept revolves around archived fabrics which undergo a series of treatments and dyeing techniques, giving them a unique, weathered texture.
The collection comes together from 7 different patterns, all done in 3 unisex sizes and a total of 4 different fabrics. The result is a selection of garments that look first and foremost inviting and comfortable. In addition to being adjustable with a variety of closure systems such as buttons, hooks and drawstrings, the garments are further customizable by the wearer by cutting them to a chosen length along pre-stitched edges.
Boris Bidjan Saberi spring-summer 2013, Paris. Continue reading for the runway show video and highlight photos.
Last Friday night I met Uma Wang, one of the most promising contemporary Chinese fashion designers, whose work I’ve been following for over a year. Currently in New York for forty days, courtesy of the CFDA, Wang is learning the ropes of the American way of doing business at companies like Theory and Google. We caught up over coffee and cola at Café Gitane inside the Jane Hotel in the West Village. It was her last day at the Theory’s headquarters in the meatpacking district, and Wang was glad to unwind after a week of sitting in on meetings and watching Theory’s design team in action.