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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week.

    With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took…[Read more]

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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a…[Read more]

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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 4 weeks ago

    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s.

    On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on fla…[Read more]

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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994,…[Read more]

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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were…[Read more]

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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small…[Read more]

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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti,…[Read more]

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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.…[Read more]

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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
    Carolina and Silvana Estefan are the two sisters behind the Colombian based fashion brand Carolina Estefan was launched in 2012. The sisters were born in Colombia and lived in several different countries. Their global vision,…[Read more]

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    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Carolina and Silvana Estefan are the two sisters behind the Colombian based fashion brand Carolina Estefan was launched in 2012. The sisters were born in Colombia and lived in several different countries. Their global vision, background, and experiences brought them together. Then they chose to make their dream of founding their own fashion company come to life. Carolina is the creative director, and Silvana acts as the executive director; they are a perfect pair. Carolina Estefan wants every woman to feel comfortable, beautiful, and powerful wearing her designs. That is why eclecticism is the central concept behind their collections. Versatile pieces and a curated mix between elegance and eccentricity make this brand so unique. Walking in Bogotá Fashion Week since 2017, for this Fall-Winter 19/20 edition, Carolina Estefan presented the collection called PRANA. This collection was inspired by the human need to be always changing and seeking renovation by exploring different energies to find new paths in your life. The message Carolina and Silvana wanted to transmit to their clientele is they have to be able to disconnect to connect with their soul and grow spiritually. They suggest you do this using three main concepts: astrology, meditation, and the power of Zen mysticism and magical energy. It was a trip to Tulum that made Carolina go through these ideas and transform them into clothes. PRANA collection was a celebration of womanhood. The show started with models walking in front of natural landscapes images and soft music, making the audience feel like they were in a peaceful and unique environment. The top looks of the show were the fluid printed long dresses. Prints used had nature and astrological concepts, like horoscopes or dream catchers. The prints were all very bold and colorful. The color palette was dominated by green, blue, and pink hues. The collection included some outfits with mini skirts and blouses with ruffled sleeves. In the end, the designer presented two beautiful dresses. One look with a transparent top covered by perfectly embroidered and jeweled composition, and the last dress was made from see-through tulle made into small ruffles pastel shades of blue, yellow, red, and nude. The other highlight from the show was the accessories. For the shoes, the designer chose to mix heeled sandals with over the knee boots and military boots. These last looks, combined with the fluid dresses, made clear the statement of the collection: to present a blend between romantic and rock styles in the same looks. The hair accessories were also essential to finish the looks, with big velvet headbands adorned with pearls or shiny details, which were the trendiest item of the night. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #carolinaestefan #carolinaestefanarticle #carolinaestefanfw19 #ainamatamoros #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 593242d0764f391c790670490100ba9e267768396d2bc3e9785d3f97349281d8ea15a962677723b100bb2b21c7ba793721d5213d74ceae2677735afbb04b37ead7d4d6a4f8524f0c014dd2677919
    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá
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    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Carolina and Silvana Estefan are the two sisters behind the Colombian based fashion brand Carolina Estefan was launched in 2012. The sisters were born in Colombia and lived in several different countries. Their global vision, background, and experiences brought them together. Then they chose to make their dream of founding their own fashion company come to life. Carolina is the creative director, and Silvana acts as the executive director; they are a perfect pair. Carolina Estefan wants every woman to feel comfortable, beautiful, and powerful wearing her designs. That is why eclecticism is the central concept behind their collections. Versatile pieces and a curated mix between elegance and eccentricity make this brand so unique. Walking in Bogotá Fashion Week since 2017, for this Fall-Winter 19/20 edition, Carolina Estefan presented the collection called PRANA. This collection was inspired by the human need to be always changing and seeking renovation by exploring different energies to find new paths in your life. The message Carolina and Silvana wanted to transmit to their clientele is they have to be able to disconnect to connect with their soul and grow spiritually. They suggest you do this using three main concepts: astrology, meditation, and the power of Zen mysticism and magical energy. It was a trip to Tulum that made Carolina go through these ideas and transform them into clothes. PRANA collection was a celebration of womanhood. The show started with models walking in front of natural landscapes images and soft music, making the audience feel like they were in a peaceful and unique environment. The top looks of the show were the fluid printed long dresses. Prints used had nature and astrological concepts, like horoscopes or dream catchers. The prints were all very bold and colorful. The color palette was dominated by green, blue, and pink hues. The collection included some outfits with mini skirts and blouses with ruffled sleeves. In the end, the designer presented two beautiful dresses. One look with a transparent top covered by perfectly embroidered and jeweled composition, and the last dress was made from see-through tulle made into small ruffles pastel shades of blue, yellow, red, and nude. The other highlight from the show was the accessories. For the shoes, the designer chose to mix heeled sandals with over the knee boots and military boots. These last looks, combined with the fluid dresses, made clear the statement of the collection: to present a blend between romantic and rock styles in the same looks. The hair accessories were also essential to finish the looks, with big velvet headbands adorned with pearls or shiny details, which were the trendiest item of the night. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #carolinaestefan #carolinaestefanarticle #carolinaestefanfw19 #ainamatamoros #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 593242d0764f391c790670490100ba9e267768396d2bc3e9785d3f97349281d8ea15a962677723b100bb2b21c7ba793721d5213d74ceae2677735afbb04b37ead7d4d6a4f8524f0c014dd2677919
    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá
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    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Carolina and Silvana Estefan are the two sisters behind the Colombian based fashion brand Carolina Estefan was launched in 2012. The sisters were born in Colombia and lived in several different countries. Their global vision, background, and experiences brought them together. Then they chose to make their dream of founding their own fashion company come to life. Carolina is the creative director, and Silvana acts as the executive director; they are a perfect pair. Carolina Estefan wants every woman to feel comfortable, beautiful, and powerful wearing her designs. That is why eclecticism is the central concept behind their collections. Versatile pieces and a curated mix between elegance and eccentricity make this brand so unique. Walking in Bogotá Fashion Week since 2017, for this Fall-Winter 19/20 edition, Carolina Estefan presented the collection called PRANA. This collection was inspired by the human need to be always changing and seeking renovation by exploring different energies to find new paths in your life. The message Carolina and Silvana wanted to transmit to their clientele is they have to be able to disconnect to connect with their soul and grow spiritually. They suggest you do this using three main concepts: astrology, meditation, and the power of Zen mysticism and magical energy. It was a trip to Tulum that made Carolina go through these ideas and transform them into clothes. PRANA collection was a celebration of womanhood. The show started with models walking in front of natural landscapes images and soft music, making the audience feel like they were in a peaceful and unique environment. The top looks of the show were the fluid printed long dresses. Prints used had nature and astrological concepts, like horoscopes or dream catchers. The prints were all very bold and colorful. The color palette was dominated by green, blue, and pink hues. The collection included some outfits with mini skirts and blouses with ruffled sleeves. In the end, the designer presented two beautiful dresses. One look with a transparent top covered by perfectly embroidered and jeweled composition, and the last dress was made from see-through tulle made into small ruffles pastel shades of blue, yellow, red, and nude. The other highlight from the show was the accessories. For the shoes, the designer chose to mix heeled sandals with over the knee boots and military boots. These last looks, combined with the fluid dresses, made clear the statement of the collection: to present a blend between romantic and rock styles in the same looks. The hair accessories were also essential to finish the looks, with big velvet headbands adorned with pearls or shiny details, which were the trendiest item of the night. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #carolinaestefan #carolinaestefanarticle #carolinaestefanfw19 #ainamatamoros #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 593242d0764f391c790670490100ba9e267768396d2bc3e9785d3f97349281d8ea15a962677723b100bb2b21c7ba793721d5213d74ceae2677735afbb04b37ead7d4d6a4f8524f0c014dd2677919
    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá
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    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Carolina and Silvana Estefan are the two sisters behind the Colombian based fashion brand Carolina Estefan was launched in 2012. The sisters were born in Colombia and lived in several different countries. Their global vision, background, and experiences brought them together. Then they chose to make their dream of founding their own fashion company come to life. Carolina is the creative director, and Silvana acts as the executive director; they are a perfect pair. Carolina Estefan wants every woman to feel comfortable, beautiful, and powerful wearing her designs. That is why eclecticism is the central concept behind their collections. Versatile pieces and a curated mix between elegance and eccentricity make this brand so unique. Walking in Bogotá Fashion Week since 2017, for this Fall-Winter 19/20 edition, Carolina Estefan presented the collection called PRANA. This collection was inspired by the human need to be always changing and seeking renovation by exploring different energies to find new paths in your life. The message Carolina and Silvana wanted to transmit to their clientele is they have to be able to disconnect to connect with their soul and grow spiritually. They suggest you do this using three main concepts: astrology, meditation, and the power of Zen mysticism and magical energy. It was a trip to Tulum that made Carolina go through these ideas and transform them into clothes. PRANA collection was a celebration of womanhood. The show started with models walking in front of natural landscapes images and soft music, making the audience feel like they were in a peaceful and unique environment. The top looks of the show were the fluid printed long dresses. Prints used had nature and astrological concepts, like horoscopes or dream catchers. The prints were all very bold and colorful. The color palette was dominated by green, blue, and pink hues. The collection included some outfits with mini skirts and blouses with ruffled sleeves. In the end, the designer presented two beautiful dresses. One look with a transparent top covered by perfectly embroidered and jeweled composition, and the last dress was made from see-through tulle made into small ruffles pastel shades of blue, yellow, red, and nude. The other highlight from the show was the accessories. For the shoes, the designer chose to mix heeled sandals with over the knee boots and military boots. These last looks, combined with the fluid dresses, made clear the statement of the collection: to present a blend between romantic and rock styles in the same looks. The hair accessories were also essential to finish the looks, with big velvet headbands adorned with pearls or shiny details, which were the trendiest item of the night. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #carolinaestefan #carolinaestefanarticle #carolinaestefanfw19 #ainamatamoros #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 593242d0764f391c790670490100ba9e267768396d2bc3e9785d3f97349281d8ea15a962677723b100bb2b21c7ba793721d5213d74ceae2677735afbb04b37ead7d4d6a4f8524f0c014dd2677919
    Magical Energy Surrounds Powerful Woman In PRANA at Carolina Estefan Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Rea…[Read more]

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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Dresses are always emotionally charged items. At least for us slow-fashionistas who remember when we first wore them and cherish them for a long time. Of course, they can be extra emotionally charged if they are made with scraps of fabrics out of your personal and…[Read more]

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    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Dresses are always emotionally charged items. At least for us slow-fashionistas who remember when we first wore them and cherish them for a long time. Of course, they can be extra emotionally charged if they are made with scraps of fabrics out of your personal and family past! This was the case for Arthur Arbesser, who used both very recognizable scraps of printed fabrics out of his previous collections and those found in a box filled by his grandmother during her whole lifetime. The collection was showcased in former industrial premises. The catwalk was organized in such a way everybody had a good view, and it was followed by an affectionate audience among which it was easy to spot pretty girls and celebs wearing clothes out of the designer\'s previous collection. On the catwalk, there were asymmetric dresses, reminiscent of Japanese patched wear, made with different scraps of fabrics in contrasting colors and patterns. Volumes were also mixed, with tight cropped tops layered over flouncy dresses. Sailor collars enhanced the vintage mood. Arthur Arbesser´s distinctive chequered Arlequin fabric, inspired by Austrian modernism, was used for long alter neck dresses in light blue and navy and in yellow and sage green. It also made its appearance in a beautiful ensemble combining a pale-yellow slip dress and a white overlayer. The outfit was accessorized with a playful light-blue headpiece with hanging lilac feather boas. A new personal print, a white and blue floral porcelain one, inspired by the pottery tradition of his grandmother´s birthplace in Transylvania, appeared in this collection. It recurred in both male and female outfits: dresses, trousers, T-shirts, shorts, claiming a place as the new Arthur Arbesser distinctive print. As usual, Arthur Arbesser put together a highly recognizable and creative collection, celebrating his past, his grandmother\'s legacy, and the sort of slow fashion in which garments are not something you throw away after one year. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #arthurarbesser #arthurarbesserarticle #arthurarbesserss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-169hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-186hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-181hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-177
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    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Dresses are always emotionally charged items. At least for us slow-fashionistas who remember when we first wore them and cherish them for a long time. Of course, they can be extra emotionally charged if they are made with scraps of fabrics out of your personal and family past! This was the case for Arthur Arbesser, who used both very recognizable scraps of printed fabrics out of his previous collections and those found in a box filled by his grandmother during her whole lifetime. The collection was showcased in former industrial premises. The catwalk was organized in such a way everybody had a good view, and it was followed by an affectionate audience among which it was easy to spot pretty girls and celebs wearing clothes out of the designer\'s previous collection. On the catwalk, there were asymmetric dresses, reminiscent of Japanese patched wear, made with different scraps of fabrics in contrasting colors and patterns. Volumes were also mixed, with tight cropped tops layered over flouncy dresses. Sailor collars enhanced the vintage mood. Arthur Arbesser´s distinctive chequered Arlequin fabric, inspired by Austrian modernism, was used for long alter neck dresses in light blue and navy and in yellow and sage green. It also made its appearance in a beautiful ensemble combining a pale-yellow slip dress and a white overlayer. The outfit was accessorized with a playful light-blue headpiece with hanging lilac feather boas. A new personal print, a white and blue floral porcelain one, inspired by the pottery tradition of his grandmother´s birthplace in Transylvania, appeared in this collection. It recurred in both male and female outfits: dresses, trousers, T-shirts, shorts, claiming a place as the new Arthur Arbesser distinctive print. As usual, Arthur Arbesser put together a highly recognizable and creative collection, celebrating his past, his grandmother\'s legacy, and the sort of slow fashion in which garments are not something you throw away after one year. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #arthurarbesser #arthurarbesserarticle #arthurarbesserss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-169hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-186hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-181hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-177
    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Dresses are alwa
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    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Dresses are always emotionally charged items. At least for us slow-fashionistas who remember when we first wore them and cherish them for a long time. Of course, they can be extra emotionally charged if they are made with scraps of fabrics out of your personal and family past! This was the case for Arthur Arbesser, who used both very recognizable scraps of printed fabrics out of his previous collections and those found in a box filled by his grandmother during her whole lifetime. The collection was showcased in former industrial premises. The catwalk was organized in such a way everybody had a good view, and it was followed by an affectionate audience among which it was easy to spot pretty girls and celebs wearing clothes out of the designer\'s previous collection. On the catwalk, there were asymmetric dresses, reminiscent of Japanese patched wear, made with different scraps of fabrics in contrasting colors and patterns. Volumes were also mixed, with tight cropped tops layered over flouncy dresses. Sailor collars enhanced the vintage mood. Arthur Arbesser´s distinctive chequered Arlequin fabric, inspired by Austrian modernism, was used for long alter neck dresses in light blue and navy and in yellow and sage green. It also made its appearance in a beautiful ensemble combining a pale-yellow slip dress and a white overlayer. The outfit was accessorized with a playful light-blue headpiece with hanging lilac feather boas. A new personal print, a white and blue floral porcelain one, inspired by the pottery tradition of his grandmother´s birthplace in Transylvania, appeared in this collection. It recurred in both male and female outfits: dresses, trousers, T-shirts, shorts, claiming a place as the new Arthur Arbesser distinctive print. As usual, Arthur Arbesser put together a highly recognizable and creative collection, celebrating his past, his grandmother\'s legacy, and the sort of slow fashion in which garments are not something you throw away after one year. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #arthurarbesser #arthurarbesserarticle #arthurarbesserss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-169hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-186hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-181hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-177
    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Dresses are alwa
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    Upcycling The Past at Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Dresses are always emotionally charged items. At least for us slow-fashionistas who remember when we first wore them and cherish them for a long time. Of course, they can be extra emotionally charged if they are made with scraps of fabrics out of your personal and family past! This was the case for Arthur Arbesser, who used both very recognizable scraps of printed fabrics out of his previous collections and those found in a box filled by his grandmother during her whole lifetime. The collection was showcased in former industrial premises. The catwalk was organized in such a way everybody had a good view, and it was followed by an affectionate audience among which it was easy to spot pretty girls and celebs wearing clothes out of the designer\'s previous collection. On the catwalk, there were asymmetric dresses, reminiscent of Japanese patched wear, made with different scraps of fabrics in contrasting colors and patterns. Volumes were also mixed, with tight cropped tops layered over flouncy dresses. Sailor collars enhanced the vintage mood. Arthur Arbesser´s distinctive chequered Arlequin fabric, inspired by Austrian modernism, was used for long alter neck dresses in light blue and navy and in yellow and sage green. It also made its appearance in a beautiful ensemble combining a pale-yellow slip dress and a white overlayer. The outfit was accessorized with a playful light-blue headpiece with hanging lilac feather boas. A new personal print, a white and blue floral porcelain one, inspired by the pottery tradition of his grandmother´s birthplace in Transylvania, appeared in this collection. It recurred in both male and female outfits: dresses, trousers, T-shirts, shorts, claiming a place as the new Arthur Arbesser distinctive print. As usual, Arthur Arbesser put together a highly recognizable and creative collection, celebrating his past, his grandmother\'s legacy, and the sort of slow fashion in which garments are not something you throw away after one year. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #arthurarbesser #arthurarbesserarticle #arthurarbesserss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-169hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-186hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-181hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-177
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could…[Read more]

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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to…[Read more]

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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
    hauturely posted an update
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    The young French designer, Adeline Ziliox, continues to delight us with her second Haute Couture collection. She is a designer in this intimate circle of Fashion Week, who knows how to distinguish herself by her contemporary and visionary aesthetic. She…[Read more]

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    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young French designer, Adeline Ziliox, continues to delight us with her second Haute Couture collection. She is a designer in this intimate circle of Fashion Week, who knows how to distinguish herself by her contemporary and visionary aesthetic. She understands that Haute Couture is not only for special events but also for every day. She creates a new conversation with the language of Haute Couture using a contemporary aesthetic. Her collection titled Black Snow & White Storm starts from a nostalgic and pleasant inspiration of a snowy landscape vision; this serves as a pretext to remind us of the preservation of the environment. Fashion still lives in this paradox of wanting to be \"green,\" although it is a huge globalized machine that overproduces and participates in the harmful effects on our environment. Other promising young designers such as Marine SERRE or Kévin GERMANIER, prove that upcycling Fashion has its place and must become the model of tomorrow. A paradox found in Adeline\'s collection is Black and White coexist; embellish women who face the city, like in an assortment of aerial and sculptural silhouettes. Mesh, satin, and organza with technical materials combined with the complexity of 3D embroideries. A promising collection that further reveals the potential of Adeline ZILIOX for the coming seasons. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #adelineziliox #adelinezilioxarticle #adelinezilioxfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticleAdeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1635-1561912360Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1530-1561912186Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1433-1561912055Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1162-1561911694
    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young Fren
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    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young French designer, Adeline Ziliox, continues to delight us with her second Haute Couture collection. She is a designer in this intimate circle of Fashion Week, who knows how to distinguish herself by her contemporary and visionary aesthetic. She understands that Haute Couture is not only for special events but also for every day. She creates a new conversation with the language of Haute Couture using a contemporary aesthetic. Her collection titled Black Snow & White Storm starts from a nostalgic and pleasant inspiration of a snowy landscape vision; this serves as a pretext to remind us of the preservation of the environment. Fashion still lives in this paradox of wanting to be \"green,\" although it is a huge globalized machine that overproduces and participates in the harmful effects on our environment. Other promising young designers such as Marine SERRE or Kévin GERMANIER, prove that upcycling Fashion has its place and must become the model of tomorrow. A paradox found in Adeline\'s collection is Black and White coexist; embellish women who face the city, like in an assortment of aerial and sculptural silhouettes. Mesh, satin, and organza with technical materials combined with the complexity of 3D embroideries. A promising collection that further reveals the potential of Adeline ZILIOX for the coming seasons. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #adelineziliox #adelinezilioxarticle #adelinezilioxfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticleAdeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1635-1561912360Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1530-1561912186Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1433-1561912055Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1162-1561911694
    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young Fren
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    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young French designer, Adeline Ziliox, continues to delight us with her second Haute Couture collection. She is a designer in this intimate circle of Fashion Week, who knows how to distinguish herself by her contemporary and visionary aesthetic. She understands that Haute Couture is not only for special events but also for every day. She creates a new conversation with the language of Haute Couture using a contemporary aesthetic. Her collection titled Black Snow & White Storm starts from a nostalgic and pleasant inspiration of a snowy landscape vision; this serves as a pretext to remind us of the preservation of the environment. Fashion still lives in this paradox of wanting to be \"green,\" although it is a huge globalized machine that overproduces and participates in the harmful effects on our environment. Other promising young designers such as Marine SERRE or Kévin GERMANIER, prove that upcycling Fashion has its place and must become the model of tomorrow. A paradox found in Adeline\'s collection is Black and White coexist; embellish women who face the city, like in an assortment of aerial and sculptural silhouettes. Mesh, satin, and organza with technical materials combined with the complexity of 3D embroideries. A promising collection that further reveals the potential of Adeline ZILIOX for the coming seasons. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #adelineziliox #adelinezilioxarticle #adelinezilioxfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticleAdeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1635-1561912360Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1530-1561912186Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1433-1561912055Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1162-1561911694
    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young Fren
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    Snowy collection at Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The young French designer, Adeline Ziliox, continues to delight us with her second Haute Couture collection. She is a designer in this intimate circle of Fashion Week, who knows how to distinguish herself by her contemporary and visionary aesthetic. She understands that Haute Couture is not only for special events but also for every day. She creates a new conversation with the language of Haute Couture using a contemporary aesthetic. Her collection titled Black Snow & White Storm starts from a nostalgic and pleasant inspiration of a snowy landscape vision; this serves as a pretext to remind us of the preservation of the environment. Fashion still lives in this paradox of wanting to be \"green,\" although it is a huge globalized machine that overproduces and participates in the harmful effects on our environment. Other promising young designers such as Marine SERRE or Kévin GERMANIER, prove that upcycling Fashion has its place and must become the model of tomorrow. A paradox found in Adeline\'s collection is Black and White coexist; embellish women who face the city, like in an assortment of aerial and sculptural silhouettes. Mesh, satin, and organza with technical materials combined with the complexity of 3D embroideries. A promising collection that further reveals the potential of Adeline ZILIOX for the coming seasons. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Adeline Ziliox Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #adelineziliox #adelinezilioxarticle #adelinezilioxfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticleAdeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1635-1561912360Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1530-1561912186Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1433-1561912055Adeline_Ziliox_HC_RF19_1162-1561911694
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    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    During this Haute Couture season, we continued to identify new Middle East designers. Designer Nicolas Jebran knew he needed to stand out from the rest, and he did by taking his haute couture collection to be presented in Paris.

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    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During this Haute Couture season, we continued to identify new Middle East designers. Designer Nicolas Jebran knew he needed to stand out from the rest, and he did by taking his haute couture collection to be presented in Paris. Thanks to having a strong public relations strategy, Jebran has been able to dress influential personalities like Beyonce and Lady GAGA for official ceremonies. He has also created the wardrobe for music videos, like Katy Perry and her Cleopatra inspired dress, or CARDI B, whose fluorescent green gala dress made a buzz on Instagram. These highlights and features are making fashion and Jebran fans particularly playful and curious to learn more about the designer. Arriving at the show, we noticed most of the guests were quite young with profiles that were more influencers-oriented: a powerful way to optimize the Parisian impact. Nicolas likes to sculpt women\'s bodies with his wardrobe, which in this collection mixes experimental and maximalist glamor. Walking down the runway, we saw a model dressed in an arched silhouette with enlarged shoulders by a heart-shaped velvet cape, looking like a YSL archive. We dare the theatrical side with oversized and asymmetrical lapels and collars, ideal for inspiring women. The JEBRAN woman doesn’t fear her high stilettos or her leather thigh-high boots. A unique version of Couture knee pads that have been designed with humor in a couture language with colorful Swarovski crystals was seen on several of the models. For the last look, Nicolas has chosen a particular model, Nour ARIDA, from Lebanon, who shared her adventures with her daughter on Instagram and supports other Lebanese designers like Rabih KEYROUZ. Nour closed this runway show in a beautiful bridal gown where the crystalline embroideries seem to float in a vaporous structure, the result of meticulous work from the Atelier. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #nicolasjebran #nicolasjebranarticle #nicolasjebranfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle FW192011FW192050FW192060FW192066
    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During
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    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During this Haute Couture season, we continued to identify new Middle East designers. Designer Nicolas Jebran knew he needed to stand out from the rest, and he did by taking his haute couture collection to be presented in Paris. Thanks to having a strong public relations strategy, Jebran has been able to dress influential personalities like Beyonce and Lady GAGA for official ceremonies. He has also created the wardrobe for music videos, like Katy Perry and her Cleopatra inspired dress, or CARDI B, whose fluorescent green gala dress made a buzz on Instagram. These highlights and features are making fashion and Jebran fans particularly playful and curious to learn more about the designer. Arriving at the show, we noticed most of the guests were quite young with profiles that were more influencers-oriented: a powerful way to optimize the Parisian impact. Nicolas likes to sculpt women\'s bodies with his wardrobe, which in this collection mixes experimental and maximalist glamor. Walking down the runway, we saw a model dressed in an arched silhouette with enlarged shoulders by a heart-shaped velvet cape, looking like a YSL archive. We dare the theatrical side with oversized and asymmetrical lapels and collars, ideal for inspiring women. The JEBRAN woman doesn’t fear her high stilettos or her leather thigh-high boots. A unique version of Couture knee pads that have been designed with humor in a couture language with colorful Swarovski crystals was seen on several of the models. For the last look, Nicolas has chosen a particular model, Nour ARIDA, from Lebanon, who shared her adventures with her daughter on Instagram and supports other Lebanese designers like Rabih KEYROUZ. Nour closed this runway show in a beautiful bridal gown where the crystalline embroideries seem to float in a vaporous structure, the result of meticulous work from the Atelier. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #nicolasjebran #nicolasjebranarticle #nicolasjebranfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle FW192011FW192050FW192060FW192066
    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During
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    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During this Haute Couture season, we continued to identify new Middle East designers. Designer Nicolas Jebran knew he needed to stand out from the rest, and he did by taking his haute couture collection to be presented in Paris. Thanks to having a strong public relations strategy, Jebran has been able to dress influential personalities like Beyonce and Lady GAGA for official ceremonies. He has also created the wardrobe for music videos, like Katy Perry and her Cleopatra inspired dress, or CARDI B, whose fluorescent green gala dress made a buzz on Instagram. These highlights and features are making fashion and Jebran fans particularly playful and curious to learn more about the designer. Arriving at the show, we noticed most of the guests were quite young with profiles that were more influencers-oriented: a powerful way to optimize the Parisian impact. Nicolas likes to sculpt women\'s bodies with his wardrobe, which in this collection mixes experimental and maximalist glamor. Walking down the runway, we saw a model dressed in an arched silhouette with enlarged shoulders by a heart-shaped velvet cape, looking like a YSL archive. We dare the theatrical side with oversized and asymmetrical lapels and collars, ideal for inspiring women. The JEBRAN woman doesn’t fear her high stilettos or her leather thigh-high boots. A unique version of Couture knee pads that have been designed with humor in a couture language with colorful Swarovski crystals was seen on several of the models. For the last look, Nicolas has chosen a particular model, Nour ARIDA, from Lebanon, who shared her adventures with her daughter on Instagram and supports other Lebanese designers like Rabih KEYROUZ. Nour closed this runway show in a beautiful bridal gown where the crystalline embroideries seem to float in a vaporous structure, the result of meticulous work from the Atelier. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #nicolasjebran #nicolasjebranarticle #nicolasjebranfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle FW192011FW192050FW192060FW192066
    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During
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    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During this Haute Couture season, we continued to identify new Middle East designers. Designer Nicolas Jebran knew he needed to stand out from the rest, and he did by taking his haute couture collection to be presented in Paris. Thanks to having a strong public relations strategy, Jebran has been able to dress influential personalities like Beyonce and Lady GAGA for official ceremonies. He has also created the wardrobe for music videos, like Katy Perry and her Cleopatra inspired dress, or CARDI B, whose fluorescent green gala dress made a buzz on Instagram. These highlights and features are making fashion and Jebran fans particularly playful and curious to learn more about the designer. Arriving at the show, we noticed most of the guests were quite young with profiles that were more influencers-oriented: a powerful way to optimize the Parisian impact. Nicolas likes to sculpt women\'s bodies with his wardrobe, which in this collection mixes experimental and maximalist glamor. Walking down the runway, we saw a model dressed in an arched silhouette with enlarged shoulders by a heart-shaped velvet cape, looking like a YSL archive. We dare the theatrical side with oversized and asymmetrical lapels and collars, ideal for inspiring women. The JEBRAN woman doesn’t fear her high stilettos or her leather thigh-high boots. A unique version of Couture knee pads that have been designed with humor in a couture language with colorful Swarovski crystals was seen on several of the models. For the last look, Nicolas has chosen a particular model, Nour ARIDA, from Lebanon, who shared her adventures with her daughter on Instagram and supports other Lebanese designers like Rabih KEYROUZ. Nour closed this runway show in a beautiful bridal gown where the crystalline embroideries seem to float in a vaporous structure, the result of meticulous work from the Atelier. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #nicolasjebran #nicolasjebranarticle #nicolasjebranfw19 #younessboumia #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle FW192011FW192050FW192060FW192066
    Golden Odyssey in Paris at Nicolas Jebran Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week During
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    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion Week
    For the Fall Winter 2019 collection, Creative Director – Anna Molinari builds a romantic and gently nostalgic world.

    The first look consisted of an ecru fur-trimmed collar coat paired with black patent leather boots reaching for the waist t…[Read more]

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    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion Week For the Fall Winter 2019 collection, Creative Director – Anna Molinari builds a romantic and gently nostalgic world. The first look consisted of an ecru fur-trimmed collar coat paired with black patent leather boots reaching for the waist that generated a feminine yet classic feel. Molinari enunciates why it is time to bid goodbye to the argyle-pattern by presenting a fresh twist in hues of lavender, mauve, and periwinkle. She uses the pattern on skirts, sweaters, even dresses, with flashes of silver used decisively and not sparingly. The collection included outerwear with boudoir connotations. With lace and fur embellishments, it is fresh, colorful, and appealing to the younger audience. As seen on corseted outerwear, pencil skirts, coats, and dresses, leopard is still our favorite cat. The designer broke the glass ceiling through a symphony of style and creativity. The rose print of the brand’s DNA that has remained consistent over the past 42 years shows up yet again. This time, delicacy against the punk rock elements generated a rejuvenated and younger feeling. The signature print on dresses, tops, cardigans, and jumpsuits showcases a contrasting but not clashing effect. This is quite appealing as the feminine motif is paired with rock leather boots. The colors used this season were a pastel overload of whimsy yellow, sage green, floss pink, creamy mint. It was like being a kid in a candy shop when you have so many options. Show-stealing outfits with leopard print coats and black pussy bow collars slowly made an appearance. A see-through lace gown with Swarovski details on the bottom half with feather trimmings was worth drooling over. A knee-length leopard print skirt with a bow tied at the back and a black, satin bathrobe-style jumpsuit with wide lapels were a few other ensembles making a statement. However, on the other hand, we had some classic offerings, like a leather A-line skirt, versions of the LBD and see-through dresses for emergency moments of “I have nothing to wear.” As for accessories, wool socks paired with strappy pointy stilettos was every girl’s high school dream. For the upcoming season of lower temperatures, Blumarine is all about the ethereal elegance and high-impact glamour. Molinari offers a vast collection of dresses to choose from, that accommodates everyone from the bold and daring to the shy and reserved. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumarinefw19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0106hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0396hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0357hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0739
    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion
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    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion Week For the Fall Winter 2019 collection, Creative Director – Anna Molinari builds a romantic and gently nostalgic world. The first look consisted of an ecru fur-trimmed collar coat paired with black patent leather boots reaching for the waist that generated a feminine yet classic feel. Molinari enunciates why it is time to bid goodbye to the argyle-pattern by presenting a fresh twist in hues of lavender, mauve, and periwinkle. She uses the pattern on skirts, sweaters, even dresses, with flashes of silver used decisively and not sparingly. The collection included outerwear with boudoir connotations. With lace and fur embellishments, it is fresh, colorful, and appealing to the younger audience. As seen on corseted outerwear, pencil skirts, coats, and dresses, leopard is still our favorite cat. The designer broke the glass ceiling through a symphony of style and creativity. The rose print of the brand’s DNA that has remained consistent over the past 42 years shows up yet again. This time, delicacy against the punk rock elements generated a rejuvenated and younger feeling. The signature print on dresses, tops, cardigans, and jumpsuits showcases a contrasting but not clashing effect. This is quite appealing as the feminine motif is paired with rock leather boots. The colors used this season were a pastel overload of whimsy yellow, sage green, floss pink, creamy mint. It was like being a kid in a candy shop when you have so many options. Show-stealing outfits with leopard print coats and black pussy bow collars slowly made an appearance. A see-through lace gown with Swarovski details on the bottom half with feather trimmings was worth drooling over. A knee-length leopard print skirt with a bow tied at the back and a black, satin bathrobe-style jumpsuit with wide lapels were a few other ensembles making a statement. However, on the other hand, we had some classic offerings, like a leather A-line skirt, versions of the LBD and see-through dresses for emergency moments of “I have nothing to wear.” As for accessories, wool socks paired with strappy pointy stilettos was every girl’s high school dream. For the upcoming season of lower temperatures, Blumarine is all about the ethereal elegance and high-impact glamour. Molinari offers a vast collection of dresses to choose from, that accommodates everyone from the bold and daring to the shy and reserved. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumarinefw19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0106hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0396hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0357hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0739
    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion
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    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion Week For the Fall Winter 2019 collection, Creative Director – Anna Molinari builds a romantic and gently nostalgic world. The first look consisted of an ecru fur-trimmed collar coat paired with black patent leather boots reaching for the waist that generated a feminine yet classic feel. Molinari enunciates why it is time to bid goodbye to the argyle-pattern by presenting a fresh twist in hues of lavender, mauve, and periwinkle. She uses the pattern on skirts, sweaters, even dresses, with flashes of silver used decisively and not sparingly. The collection included outerwear with boudoir connotations. With lace and fur embellishments, it is fresh, colorful, and appealing to the younger audience. As seen on corseted outerwear, pencil skirts, coats, and dresses, leopard is still our favorite cat. The designer broke the glass ceiling through a symphony of style and creativity. The rose print of the brand’s DNA that has remained consistent over the past 42 years shows up yet again. This time, delicacy against the punk rock elements generated a rejuvenated and younger feeling. The signature print on dresses, tops, cardigans, and jumpsuits showcases a contrasting but not clashing effect. This is quite appealing as the feminine motif is paired with rock leather boots. The colors used this season were a pastel overload of whimsy yellow, sage green, floss pink, creamy mint. It was like being a kid in a candy shop when you have so many options. Show-stealing outfits with leopard print coats and black pussy bow collars slowly made an appearance. A see-through lace gown with Swarovski details on the bottom half with feather trimmings was worth drooling over. A knee-length leopard print skirt with a bow tied at the back and a black, satin bathrobe-style jumpsuit with wide lapels were a few other ensembles making a statement. However, on the other hand, we had some classic offerings, like a leather A-line skirt, versions of the LBD and see-through dresses for emergency moments of “I have nothing to wear.” As for accessories, wool socks paired with strappy pointy stilettos was every girl’s high school dream. For the upcoming season of lower temperatures, Blumarine is all about the ethereal elegance and high-impact glamour. Molinari offers a vast collection of dresses to choose from, that accommodates everyone from the bold and daring to the shy and reserved. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumarinefw19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0106hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0396hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0357hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0739
    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion
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    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion Week For the Fall Winter 2019 collection, Creative Director – Anna Molinari builds a romantic and gently nostalgic world. The first look consisted of an ecru fur-trimmed collar coat paired with black patent leather boots reaching for the waist that generated a feminine yet classic feel. Molinari enunciates why it is time to bid goodbye to the argyle-pattern by presenting a fresh twist in hues of lavender, mauve, and periwinkle. She uses the pattern on skirts, sweaters, even dresses, with flashes of silver used decisively and not sparingly. The collection included outerwear with boudoir connotations. With lace and fur embellishments, it is fresh, colorful, and appealing to the younger audience. As seen on corseted outerwear, pencil skirts, coats, and dresses, leopard is still our favorite cat. The designer broke the glass ceiling through a symphony of style and creativity. The rose print of the brand’s DNA that has remained consistent over the past 42 years shows up yet again. This time, delicacy against the punk rock elements generated a rejuvenated and younger feeling. The signature print on dresses, tops, cardigans, and jumpsuits showcases a contrasting but not clashing effect. This is quite appealing as the feminine motif is paired with rock leather boots. The colors used this season were a pastel overload of whimsy yellow, sage green, floss pink, creamy mint. It was like being a kid in a candy shop when you have so many options. Show-stealing outfits with leopard print coats and black pussy bow collars slowly made an appearance. A see-through lace gown with Swarovski details on the bottom half with feather trimmings was worth drooling over. A knee-length leopard print skirt with a bow tied at the back and a black, satin bathrobe-style jumpsuit with wide lapels were a few other ensembles making a statement. However, on the other hand, we had some classic offerings, like a leather A-line skirt, versions of the LBD and see-through dresses for emergency moments of “I have nothing to wear.” As for accessories, wool socks paired with strappy pointy stilettos was every girl’s high school dream. For the upcoming season of lower temperatures, Blumarine is all about the ethereal elegance and high-impact glamour. Molinari offers a vast collection of dresses to choose from, that accommodates everyone from the bold and daring to the shy and reserved. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumarinefw19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0106hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0396hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0357hauturely_blumarine-clp-rf19-0739
    For The Bold And Daring To The Shy And Reserved at Blumarine Fall Winter 2019 during Milano Fashion
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite…[Read more]

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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
    hauturely posted an update
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 2 months ago

    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: “Vicious Circle.” The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code…[Read more]

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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
  • hauturely posted an update 1 year, 2 months ago

    Heill Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The designer Heill YANG has chosen to host his show at the prestigious Hotel Ritz. The same location where the ASHI Studio show was held last January. The Korean designer has launched his brand with a style that mixes couture know-how and combining it with traditional art inspirations from his home…[Read more]

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 4 months ago

    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Showing on the last day of fashion week was one of our favorite brands, Afffair. Quickly rising to the top as a preferred choice for celebrities and on the red carpet, designer Rufat Ismayel, creator of Afffair, brought a glamorous vision for this season and the brand. Born in Baku,…[Read more]

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    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was one of our favorite brands, Afffair. Quickly rising to the top as a preferred choice for celebrities and on the red carpet, designer Rufat Ismayel, creator of Afffair, brought a glamorous vision for this season and the brand. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Ismayel got his start by modeling for fashion houses as a teenager. He modeled for top brands like Paco Rabanne and Valentine Yudashkin. Then he realized he wanted to make a shift and create his own fashion brand and designs. Moving to Istanbul, he launched Afffair. Ismayel manages everything from design to factory garment production. Jeweled details and elegant evening gowns are some of the features that make this collection so luxurious. Most pieces shown this season were dresses except for the occasional jumper, pants, shorts, skirt, and tops. Colors used in the collection were green, gold, and black. Materials noticed included organza, satin, velvet, and chiffon. The collection used opaque materials, and played with the use of skin which added sexy and mysterious vibes. A few of the looks were styled with a headband that complimented the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle info@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.com
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was
    hauturely posted an update
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was one of our favorite brands, Afffair. Quickly rising to the top as a preferred choice for celebrities and on the red carpet, designer Rufat Ismayel, creator of Afffair, brought a glamorous vision for this season and the brand. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Ismayel got his start by modeling for fashion houses as a teenager. He modeled for top brands like Paco Rabanne and Valentine Yudashkin. Then he realized he wanted to make a shift and create his own fashion brand and designs. Moving to Istanbul, he launched Afffair. Ismayel manages everything from design to factory garment production. Jeweled details and elegant evening gowns are some of the features that make this collection so luxurious. Most pieces shown this season were dresses except for the occasional jumper, pants, shorts, skirt, and tops. Colors used in the collection were green, gold, and black. Materials noticed included organza, satin, velvet, and chiffon. The collection used opaque materials, and played with the use of skin which added sexy and mysterious vibes. A few of the looks were styled with a headband that complimented the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle info@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.com
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was
    hauturely posted an update
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was one of our favorite brands, Afffair. Quickly rising to the top as a preferred choice for celebrities and on the red carpet, designer Rufat Ismayel, creator of Afffair, brought a glamorous vision for this season and the brand. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Ismayel got his start by modeling for fashion houses as a teenager. He modeled for top brands like Paco Rabanne and Valentine Yudashkin. Then he realized he wanted to make a shift and create his own fashion brand and designs. Moving to Istanbul, he launched Afffair. Ismayel manages everything from design to factory garment production. Jeweled details and elegant evening gowns are some of the features that make this collection so luxurious. Most pieces shown this season were dresses except for the occasional jumper, pants, shorts, skirt, and tops. Colors used in the collection were green, gold, and black. Materials noticed included organza, satin, velvet, and chiffon. The collection used opaque materials, and played with the use of skin which added sexy and mysterious vibes. A few of the looks were styled with a headband that complimented the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle info@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.com
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was
    hauturely posted an update
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was one of our favorite brands, Afffair. Quickly rising to the top as a preferred choice for celebrities and on the red carpet, designer Rufat Ismayel, creator of Afffair, brought a glamorous vision for this season and the brand. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Ismayel got his start by modeling for fashion houses as a teenager. He modeled for top brands like Paco Rabanne and Valentine Yudashkin. Then he realized he wanted to make a shift and create his own fashion brand and designs. Moving to Istanbul, he launched Afffair. Ismayel manages everything from design to factory garment production. Jeweled details and elegant evening gowns are some of the features that make this collection so luxurious. Most pieces shown this season were dresses except for the occasional jumper, pants, shorts, skirt, and tops. Colors used in the collection were green, gold, and black. Materials noticed included organza, satin, velvet, and chiffon. The collection used opaque materials, and played with the use of skin which added sexy and mysterious vibes. A few of the looks were styled with a headband that complimented the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle info@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.com
    Afffair Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Showing on the last day of fashion week was
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