KROMAGNON F/W 2017
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KROMAGNON F/W 2017

KROMAGNON ‘s fashion presentation at Eco Fashion Week featured both womenswear and menswear, showing off a collection that’s throw-on-and-go easy, but still special. The collection demonstrated a keen balance of print, texture, and utility. Nearly all pieces are easy to create high-low mixes with one’s existing wardrobe. Launched by Kristen Luong, a former assistant for Zac Posen and patternmaker for...

Atelier Grandi x Lichtenstein
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Atelier Grandi x Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein brought what was then a great taboo – commercial art – into the gallery, characterized by his hard-edged lines and Ben-Day dots which imitate the mechanical printing process for comic books and advertising. While his method of adapting borrowed imagery from external sources for his work has been described as impersonal, it’s no...

Koons x Louis Vuitton
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Koons x Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton unveiled it’s collaboration with Jeff Koons, one of the most recognised figures in the world of contemporary art. Recreations of the most famous works by some of the Old Masters – Da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, Fragonard and Van Gogh – have been transposed onto the canvas of the brand’s most iconic bags, as well...

Peggy Sue Annual Collection 2017
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Peggy Sue Annual Collection 2017

Last Saturday, Peggy Sue Collection showcased looks from it’s annual collection at Eco Fashion Week. All of the garments are created with protein and plant fibres, such as wool, alpaca, mohair, and cashmere, which are grown by farmers in North America. A few looks also featured upcycled denim which is expertly re-constructed into outstanding new garments...

Hybrids Capsule Collection by Louboutin Homme
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Hybrids Capsule Collection by Louboutin Homme

René Habermacher captures the Spring/Summer 2017 campaign for the Christian Louboutin men’s Hybrids capsule collection. Fashioned from an innovative use of technical textiles and unconventional material mash-ups, this latest offering for the Louboutin Homme line is a glimpse into a brave new world where sport and luxe synthesize into chromatic, bold entities. Step into another dimension, and roam its streets...

‘Nasty’ by Parri$
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‘Nasty’ by Parri$

Known for her work as a choreographer international pop music acts, Parri$ has since launched her own music career. For this single, Nasty, she and a troupe of her best dancers take to the woods of New Zealand to perform a self-directed, one-take video bursting with booming beats, slick moves, and killer style.

Atelier Grandi x Warhol
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Atelier Grandi x Warhol

Andy Warhol rolled artistic expression, celebrity culture, and advertisement into one remarkable career, breaking away from the perceivably stuffy gallery scene and into the public consciousness. Warhol’s now-iconic works of the Campbell’s soup cans helped him develop the technique which would become a signature of the artist’s unique brand, including his iconic portraits of Marilyn...

Atelier Grandi x Yayoi Kusama
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Atelier Grandi x Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama is best known for her infinity dots motif, which light our eyes on fire with it’s pulsating, kaleidoscopic colours and hallucinatory effects. She was once told by a psychiatric doctor that her obsession with painting was the cause of her mental illnesses. Despite such a diagnosis, she persisted in her role as a...

Pieces of Time
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Pieces of Time

The discard pile of fashion can be a winning hand, offering time-tested garments at economical prices. Old pieces mix with the new to produce an authentic and free-spirited effect. Under the cover of darkness, a new age is coming. There are no rules. There is only style. Photographer – Roberutsu Styling – Doonz Model – Avery S. (Family Management) Special Thanks to...

An Oddity of One
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An Oddity of One

In the 1920’s, the spirit of the times shifted from quiet conservatism to lively rebellion. The world became consumed by exotic travels and cultural exploration. Electrified by this new world frenzy, influential Parisian clothiers were soon influenced by Asian culture after traveling to China to stage art expositions. European designers integrated Eastern motifs into their work and...