“Howl” is the latest single from Black Asteroid featuring vocals from Zola Jesus. For the video, Bryan Black tapped Rick Owens for clothing using looks from his Mastodon AW2017 collection.
On the heels of Rizzoli’s release of Rick Owens: Furniture we would like to present to you images of Rick Owens’ library from StyleZeitgeist Volume 5.
Photography by Leonardo Gomez-Ferenci
This past December, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles put on an exhibit of Rick Owens’s furniture. If you missed the show, which closed on April 2nd, you can still get the belatedly released book that provides a glimpse into that part of Owens’s oeuvre
During the men’s fashion week in Paris some days ago instead of his usual quiet dinner at home, Rick Owens threw a dance party the day after the show. The occasion was a new video released by Christeene, a drag singer who is Owens’s favorite. The video featured Owens and his partner Michele Lamy doing what they do best, terrorizing accepted aesthetic and sexual norms. You can see the video on Dazed’s website, so we prefer to stick with the imagery from the party itself. Our crew was in attendance, bien sur. Enjoy!
Video and images by Luke Mayes
We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Fall/Winter 2017 Men’s Paris collection.
Photography by Eugene Rabkin.
Rick Owens sample sale in New York
We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Spring/Summer 2017 Women’s Paris collection.
Photography by Julien Boudet for StyleZeitgeist.
Here is the second installment of the exclusive products that will be available at our pop-up shop. I have worked closely with all the designers on creating something special. We open tomorrow at noon!
This past weekend Rick Owens reopened his New York boutique on the corner of Crosby and Howard streets in Manhattan. This particular stretch of SoHo has exploded this year with the opening of the 11 Howard hotel and the adjacent interior design shop Oliver Gustav (which coincidentally carries furniture by Rick Owens). The former textile factory building was previously occupied by a Jil Sander store, and has undergone extensive renovations to reflect Owens’s universe.
If I had to summarize this past menswear season, it’d be the one of plenty of good product and few good ideas. It was neither weak nor strong, pretty much in tune with what I have come to expect of fashion as of late.
Men’s fashion has been now thoroughly splintered into parts that cater to the youngsters and to the adults, and nowhere has this been more evident than at Pitti Uomo in Florence, where the bulk of the trade fair itself is devoted to traditional menswear, and where three designers that are of interest to the young were showing – Gosha Rubchinkiy, Visvim, and Raf Simons.