We would like to present to you Yohji Yamamoto’s Fall/Winter 2021 Women’s digital Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Fall/Winter 2021 Women’s digital Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Uma Wang’s Fall/Winter 2021 Women’s digital Paris collection.
We would like to present to you SueUNDERCOVER’s Fall/Winter 2021 Women’s collection lookbook.
If you are a frequent reader of our magazine, you will know that our love for Alexey Titarenko’s ghostly grayscale photography is certainly not understated.
If you’re a frequent StyleZeitgeist reader, it’s likely that you live in a city or often travel to one so it’s fair to assume that hand sanitizer has become a common accessory in your life.
If you happen to be in Dallas or within driving distance of it, you may treat yourself to one of the most quietly exciting exhibitions to kick off 2021, that of the fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.
For Undercover’s F/W20 runway show, “Fallen Man”, Ron Morelli of L.I.E.S. Records and Krikor Kouchian remixed Masaru Sato’s music for Akira Kurosawa’s “Throne of Blood”.
We would like to present to you the KUON Fall / Winter 2021 collection, based on Albert Einstein’s quote, “Learn from yesterday, live for today and hope for tomorrow.”
This line lead the designer Shinichiro Ishibashi to look back, as he usually does, on the past of his native Japan, especially the late Edo period of the 19th Century, but also at the 1920s West, with its gleeful mood of progress in all matters, including those of dress. Ishibashi is good at fusing and modernizing traditional Japanese and Western dress, and this was another mixup with great results, such as a relaxed fit blazer with tuxedo lapels, or a loose gray belted robe coat.
He kept the palette to brown, gray, and indigo blue as a nod to the Edo period dress, but concentrated on mixing and matching their various tones, as a nod to the subtle sense of the rebellion of “just so.”
One of Ishibashi’s signatures is elevating the traditional boro patchwork from its Japanese peasant roots and making it elegantly crisp. The long indigo patchwork coat was a particular standout in this quietly sublime collection.
On this episode we discuss the relationship between fashion and music, via personal style journey, with Wesley Eisold, the frontman of Cold Cave and American Nightmare.