Activities for #accessories
Balmain Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week
Ancient Egypt was at the heart of Balmain’s show-stopping SS19 collection. Described as “Paris meets Egypt” by the impressive designer himself, Olivier Rousteing drew inspiration from the long standing historical ties Paris has with Egypt and the famous Egyptian monuments in Paris like the Obéli…[Read more]
Village Spring Summer 2019 Open Day
The Village SS19 Open Day showcased a vibrant eclectic set of collections from a wide array of fashion forward brands. With menswear, womenswear, kidswear and accessories, the Village team displayed something for everyone for the SS19 season.
Kenzo Kids, for example, displayed a collection perfect for a…[Read more]
Primitive and Futurist Vibes for Anrealage Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week
The Palais des Beaux-Arts, on the left bank of Paris was chosen by the brand ANREALAGE to present its new collection, entitled CLEAR. This collection features elements of light and darkness, under a strange atmosphere at the same time, where silhouettes lit by a…[Read more]
Turn The Party On With Hedi, Celine Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week
September 28, 2018, Hotel des Invalides. A crowd of guests and curious onlookers stop because everyone knew that it would be the most anticipated parade of Paris. Indeed, a mastodon of glass and black metal proudly displayed the name of the house – which in passing lost…[Read more]
Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week
At noon, with the sun at its zenith, ideal to light the greenhouse of the collection of the Fashion designer Manish ARORA, which took place behind the Pavilion LEDOYEN, near the Grand Palais, usual place for the CHANEL shows. The designer is also nicknamed “Indian GALLIANO”,…[Read more]
Genavant Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
Founded by the world renowned shoe designer Jimmy Choo and third generation jewelry designer Mr. Reggie Hung, the characteristics of true expertise and artistry reside at the core of Genavant.
Displaying an elaborate shoe collection in their Spring/Summer 2019 presentation at this year’s London F…[Read more]
Toga Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
Succinctly described as “Sport, Air, Scrunched” by Toga’s head designer Yasuko Furuta, the multi-faceted SS19 collection was dazzling, innovative and one of a kind. The show was set in the clean cut, modern Queen Elizabeth II centre, well suited to show an artsy eclectic collection.
The uncon…[Read more]
Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by designers Saini Chan and Sophie Han, both London College of Fashion Alumni. Their exciting SS19 “Mystic Millennials” collection, which was presented in the grand Freemason’s Hall, was the true definition of East meets West. The collection drew inspi…[Read more]
Minki Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
In a collection based on Lorenzo Vitturi’s book Money Must Be Made, Minki reconstructed Vitturi’s journey through the Nigerian Balogun Market, recreating the atmosphere with a perfectly jumbled set design. The abundance of fabrics, colours and miscellaneous objects, created an exaggerated dream lik…[Read more]
Oxford Show, Presentation Number 1, Spring/Summer 2019
The Studios at Pier 59, a sister venue of Spring Studios, was a major hub for Spring/Summer ‘19 New York Fashion Week. The multiple studio venue was home to major shows and presentations, as well as extravagant cocktail parties and photo opportunities outside on the main deck overlooking t…[Read more]
Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019
The Nolcha Show at New York Fashion Week is the place where independent designers from around the globe gather to showcase their designs, with four accessory brands exhibited their spring/summer 2019 collections this year. The common thread among these brands were accessories that made bold…[Read more]
Kate Bee: The Meet Up
In May of this year, Hauturely visited a showroom in the heart of Paris, where up-and-coming designer, Kate Bee, presented her new collection of swim wear. The designer spent a few minutes with Hauturely afterward the show to answer a few questions about her new line.
Written by Lunda Fallon
Hauturely: Can you tell us…[Read more]
Winchester School of Art June 2018 Fashion Design Show
Winchester School of Art’s up-and-coming designers put on quite an exciting show for fashion admirers during London Fashion Week Menswear. One could see all kinds of textiles, colors and styles during the show, which showcased both men’s and women’s clothing; there was even a collection that…[Read more]
London Desert – Berthold Spring Summer 2019
It’s fair to say, I had never expected to find a brand as versatile as Raimund Berthold’s – a collection made for those emerging at dusk in the desert, and in the dawn light casting it’s glow over London’s night life.
Making several appearances at London Fashion Week Men’s since his AW15 collection,…[Read more]
Ipseity Launch Event
The new pop-up store, Ipseity, carries several up-and-coming designers under its brand, offering unique and exciting pieces that take one’s style to the next level, challenging the status quo of how we have all come to view fashion. Ipseity is not about conforming to fashion trends that have us all wearing similar-if not the s…[Read more]
Swim Resort 2019 featuring Fella, Camp Cove Swim, Duskii and Pam Pam
Swimwear is always a little bizarre to be displayed in Australia this time of the year, but with such an fun, colorful and playful array of cozzies displayed, I couldn’t help but yearn for swimming weather to come back our way.
Fella kicked the show off with a simple but…[Read more]
FDS: The Innovators Resort 2019 featuring Dana Lock, Gillian Garde, Matrai, ODD, Shroud, White Hart, Zella May and ZRD
One of the highlights of the week, Fashion Design Sydney’s array of the college’s best talents, is not one to be underestimated. With too many up-and-coming designers to mention individually, as a whole, unique elements of sty…[Read more]
Latex Sporty Look with Cristiano Burani Fall Winter 2018
The “Fetish Athleisure“ Collection has an erotic look with sports elements in an urban, cool and trendy mix and match style. They used activewear details with provocateur, sexy elements to define a new way of femininity. The base is a classic one but with extreme details like oversize sho…[Read more]
Trendy Street Style with Iceberg Fall Winter 2018
James Long, Creative Director of Iceberg, put on quite a show. The catwalk ventured between Via Sant’Andrea and Piazza XXV Aprile, passing through symbolic locations of Milan including Via Montenapoleone, Via Gesù, Piazza San Babila, Piazza Duomo, and Piazza Castello. The only stage was located…[Read more]
Mystery and sensuality with Anteprima Fall Winter 2018
Anteprima’s Fall Winter Collection 2018-2019 presents a woman and her romantic part. The designer is looking for quality, especially with fabrics and textures.The passion combined with glamour, seduction, and a little bit of masculinity are the perfect words to describe the new c…[Read more]
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