“All artists are dear friends and have creatively collaborated with me. It’s a constant inspiration, hence ‘the noise in my head.'”
It was just announced that Takahiro Miyashita will stage his first Paris catwalk show during the upcoming men’s season. It is his first show in Paris for his new label TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist. The show will take place on January 15th.
We would like to present to you Leon Emanuel Blanck’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection lookbook.
All clothes are from the Geoffrey B. Small’s Spring/Summer 2019 Women’s collection.
We know we are serious about what we write, but this is our annual non-serious post.
Good news for all you Undercover fans! We have been able to finagle some very rare Undercover books.
Here at StyleZeitgeist we are mostly sick of the tsunami of meaningless, and sometimes downright absurd, collaborations that have taken over the world.
Photography: Nicholas Alan Cope
Styling: Karlo Steel
Models: Yeraldin @Red Models and Tyler at @One Management
Makeup – Mizu for Maybelline
All clothing by Rick Owens
New York, USA – We usually don’t write about collaborations. We find many of them tacky exercises in marketing, their major point of keeping the PR/media machine rolling and certain brands at the forefront of consumer consciousness. Needless to say, it’s not something we support here at StyleZeitgeist. But once in a blue moon something interesting happens, or at least unexpected, when two brands we respect come together and make something. Why not?
The new Aesop x Rimowa collaboration is one of these rare things. Knowing the uncompromising nature of Aesop, we pay attention to what they do, and Rimowa, well is Rimowa, the “whatever car manufacturer you think is most prestigious” of luggage. The two came together to make a travel kit. The Köln kit is obviously made from that deliciously recognizable Rimowa aluminum, with a custom-made wooden inlay, and is stuffed with Aesop goodies – shampoo, conditioner, body cleanser and body balm, its Parsley seed cleansers, lip cream, toothpaste, and mouthwash. All this goodness will set you back a hefty $500, but maybe it’s time to add something to your life besides an eighth leather jacket?
Photographer Jeff P. Elstone II has set out on a new project that seeks to capture the many facets of touring life, ranging from traveling, to performing, to meetings, to sleeping, with some of techno’s most renown artists today.