We would like to present the capsule collection of the Dutch designer Iris van Herpen created exclusively for The Corner. The collection is characteristic of van Herpen’s body of work, especially evident in its “liquid” fabrics that give the garments their otherworldly, ethereal feel.
Last week we co-hosted an event for the tour of Yang Li and Genesis P-Orridge with Atelier at White Box in New York. Below is our coverage.
We would like to present to you Iris van Herpen’s Fall/Winter 2015 Women’s collection backstage.
We would like to present to you A.F. Vandevorst’s Fall/Winter 2015 Women’s Collection.
The work of Francesca Woodman, the prodigious photographer who took her life in 1981 by jumping out of a window, is now on display at the Marian Goodman gallery in New York.
Interest in Woodman’s work has resurged after the 2011-2012 exhibits at the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, with several books being published in their wake.
We would like to present to you Siki Im’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection lookbook.
Before Deepti Barth, the former right hand in the design studio of Carol Christian Poell, departed to make her own line, she did an art project called Transgression, which can now be viewed at L’Eclaireur in Paris.
In November 2012 Barth flew to Cyprus with a small batch of clothes by Poell. The capital of Cyprus, Nicosia, has been partitioned between the Greek and the Turkish Cypriots after the Turks invaded the country in 1974. It remains the only city in Europe separated by an iron curtain, a subject all too familiar to Barth, who is German and now based in Berlin.
Last week we hosted an event for Julius and Kuborau at Patron of the New in New York.
We would like to present to you the Fall/Winter 2015 Women’s collection by Thom Browne backstage.
We would like to present to you the Alexandre Plokhov F/W 15 Men’s collection, Lingua Franca.