We would like to present to you Iris van Herpen’s Fall/Winter womenswear collection.
We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Fall/Winter womenswear collection.
“Grind” is the recent single from Black Asteroid that will be a part of his new album to be released later this year. For clothing in the video Bryan Black reached to Rick Owens, who asked his New York boutique to accommodate Black’s request. Rick Owens’s art work will also be featured on the cover of the album. We will keep you posted on its release with a feature on the making of the album.
We would like to present to you Abasi Rosborough’s Fall/Winter 2014 lookbook, Ascent.
All Clothing by Undercover S/S 2014
Photographer: Amit Israeli
Styling: Leonie Von Lieres X Guido Werth
Model: Pauline Van der Cruysse @ Next
Hair&Makeup: Nobu Fujiwara @ Atelier 68
Styling Assistant: Tine Kozjak
Production: Kollektiv Noir
The collection was shown at a secret location in Stockholm during fashion week with no audience. This was to remove the collection as being seen as a part of fashion week. For Bjerkesjö, this season was meant for everyone.
The collection was handmade by Bjerkesjö, his mother and several carefully selected Tuscan tailors. The shoes were made in Tuscany by hand. The collection consists of thick knitted sweaters, gloves and balaclava in wool from Fårö, wool suits and boiled wool jackets with cashmere patchwork. There is also hand-painted shirts, windproof jackets and handmade shoes with cashmere patchwork. All of the garments are thick and designed for the weather on Gotland, an island in the Baltic Sea where Bjerkesjö is from.
Video and photos by Wataru Shimosato of An Unknown Quantity. Our sincere thanks to Steidl Verlag for co-hosting this evening with us.
We would like to present to you backstage photos of Ohne Titel’s Fall/Winter 2014 womenswear collection.
We would like to present to you backstage photos of Thom Browne’s Fall/Winter womenswear collection.
We are happy to share that the Dutch designer Iris van Herpen we profiled in our first volume is the guest curator of the next issue of