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  • Trendinfluences posted an update 2 months, 4 weeks ago

    Matthew Williams, the next Givenchy ?

    I was sure that Matthew will get the job !!!
    Good luck to you and can’t wait for your first show for GIVENCHY this month !!!

    #givenchy #matthewwilliams #newartisticdirector #pfw #parisfashionweek #Fall2020 #Spring2021

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 3 months, 1 week ago

    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    Especially noticed for his missing at the “Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre.

    Entitled “Tornado Warning,” the s…[Read more]

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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
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    Cartier Williams Is the \"Look 0\" for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Especially noticed for his missing at the \"Meteor Shower” show, Virgil ABLOH is back to Paris, making his fans happy to make the more hype and edgystreet style waiting at the entrance of the show, at the Carrousel du Louvre. Entitled \"Tornado Warning,\" the show sounds to be dramatic. Contrary, it took place with good vibes, introduced by Cartier WILLIAMS, to present his tap dance performance, wearing the next must-have t-shirt, \"I support young black businesses.\" This collection Virgil proves that Off-White is not just a brand existing by the Nike collabs sneakers (even if the show revealing the new Jordan x Off-White), but an exploration of a more sensible and fluid version of the menswear, at the time where the Gender-Fluid moment starts to be appreciated and expressed by the designers. This season, Off-White silhouettes are developed with subtle tailoring and knitwear constructions. An exciting development on leather bags with these must-have furry satchel bags giving a new vintage style. Virgil keeps the connections with the \"Meteor shower,\" revisiting by making holes on a six-buttons jacket and a woolen coat, revealing by layering the arrow logo, paying attention to the fabrics less common for the brand like cashmere and wool. By this collection, ABLOH tends to express, as he is also doing at Louis Vuitton, that as a Streetwear based designer and poly artist, even his place in the \"Fashion brains.\" Click HERE to view the full Off-White Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #offwhite #offwhitearticle #offwhitefw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle _FIO0134_FIO0229_FIO0109_FIO0414
    Cartier Williams Is the “Look 0” for Off-White Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumi
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 1 month ago

    Front Row at Chiara Boni La Petite Robe Spring Summer 2020
    #chiarabonilapetiterobe #chiarabonilapetiterobess20 #ss20 #nyfw #nyfwss20 #acicognani CHIARA BONI LA PETITE ROBE: SPRING/SUMMER 2020CHIARA BONI LA PETITE ROBE: SPRING/SUMMER 2020CHIARA BONI LA PETITE ROBE: SPRING/SUMMER 2020CHIARA BONI LA PETITE ROBE: SPRING/SUMMER 2020

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 4 months ago

    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures
    Living in London, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron noticed a gap in the fashion industry. Anna had over 10 years of experience as a bag buyer for Topshop and Urban Outfitters and Lydia had over 10 years of experience working as a footwear and accessories designer for Kurt Geiger and…[Read more]

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    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron noticed a gap in the fashion industry. Anna had over 10 years of experience as a bag buyer for Topshop and Urban Outfitters and Lydia had over 10 years of experience working as a footwear and accessories designer for Kurt Geiger and Sigerson Morrison. They decided to team up in 2015 to fulfill what they found missing. Both founders had children and young families. As a result, they realized a big part missing from the designer fashion world was stylish, trend setting bags for today\'s parents. Inspired by runway fashion and street style they set out together to create a fashion label that would set a new standard of bags for modern parents on the go. Their line focuses on carefully curated backpacks, knapsacks, weekender bags, holdall bags, belt bags and clutches designed for parents and their needs. Tizard and Barron focus their energy on studying and researching stylish textures, graphic prints, high quality materials and functional design. The stylish trends and thoughtful designs that they use to create their products are what sets the Tiba + Marl brand apart from others. Their products aren\'t only for adults and parents. They have created a line of products focused on children. This line for young school aged children includes mini backpacks and snack packs that incorporate similar fabrics and designs used in the adult bags. For their Spring Summer 2019 collection Tiba + Marl are introducing new luxury prints and textures. A light gray snakeskin print made of faux leather is used for the Miller Backpack, Raf Holdall and the Miko Bum bag designs. The zippers and signature Tiba + Marl logo are carefully chosen in a gunmetal tone surrounded by a black trim. Following a trend we are seeing on the runway by top designers in Milan and Paris, Tiba + Marl are giving us their well known Kasper knapsack design in a glowing neon yellow shade. Hardware for the Kasper Knapsack was selected in gunmetal with a black trim. As a compliment to the hardware, straps are made in black which adds an extra pop to the neon. Teaming up with the very well known online store Farfetch, this exclusive neon bag can only be purchased on the Tiba + Marl or Farfetch websites. With their children\'s line on the rise, they have made a neon yellow backpack in the Mini Elwood design. Having these matching designs gives a quick and easy go to for stylish family photos. One of the most elegant bags from the Spring Summer 2019 collection is the Elwood Backpack in black snake. The exterior of the bag is made of faux leather that is embossed and textured with a luxurious black snake print. Smooth black faux leather trim, accents and straps allow for maximum style and functionality while using materials that preserve the environment and reptile habitats. The backpack has feet, zippers and the signature Tiba + Marl logo in gunmetal. The stitching is made in a black thread. All the Elwood Backpack’s feature three zippered areas, a small one up front, a secondary area that has a traditional pocket and an insulated pocket. The main area has a pouch that fits laptops, and two smaller elasticated pockets. The bag is also enhanced with extra goodies such as a black luxury padded changing mat and a small clutch/cross body bag. Celebrities that have been spotted with Tiba + Marl bags include Russell Brand & Laura Gallacher, Fearne Cotton & daughter Honey, Dina Torkia & daughter Hana, Stormi Bree, Greg Rutherford, Peter Denton, Vogue Williams, Tom Hardy, Jessie Ware and Shenae Grimes-Beech. Tiba + Marl is stocked around the world, in stores and online. A few stockists include world famous stores like Harvey Nichols, Selfridges & Co, Farfetch and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography from Tiba + Marl Click HERE to visit Tiba + Marl. #article #tibaandmarl #tibaandmarlarticle #tibaandmarlss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #sponsoredT+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK4T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK8T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK13T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK3
    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard
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    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron noticed a gap in the fashion industry. Anna had over 10 years of experience as a bag buyer for Topshop and Urban Outfitters and Lydia had over 10 years of experience working as a footwear and accessories designer for Kurt Geiger and Sigerson Morrison. They decided to team up in 2015 to fulfill what they found missing. Both founders had children and young families. As a result, they realized a big part missing from the designer fashion world was stylish, trend setting bags for today\'s parents. Inspired by runway fashion and street style they set out together to create a fashion label that would set a new standard of bags for modern parents on the go. Their line focuses on carefully curated backpacks, knapsacks, weekender bags, holdall bags, belt bags and clutches designed for parents and their needs. Tizard and Barron focus their energy on studying and researching stylish textures, graphic prints, high quality materials and functional design. The stylish trends and thoughtful designs that they use to create their products are what sets the Tiba + Marl brand apart from others. Their products aren\'t only for adults and parents. They have created a line of products focused on children. This line for young school aged children includes mini backpacks and snack packs that incorporate similar fabrics and designs used in the adult bags. For their Spring Summer 2019 collection Tiba + Marl are introducing new luxury prints and textures. A light gray snakeskin print made of faux leather is used for the Miller Backpack, Raf Holdall and the Miko Bum bag designs. The zippers and signature Tiba + Marl logo are carefully chosen in a gunmetal tone surrounded by a black trim. Following a trend we are seeing on the runway by top designers in Milan and Paris, Tiba + Marl are giving us their well known Kasper knapsack design in a glowing neon yellow shade. Hardware for the Kasper Knapsack was selected in gunmetal with a black trim. As a compliment to the hardware, straps are made in black which adds an extra pop to the neon. Teaming up with the very well known online store Farfetch, this exclusive neon bag can only be purchased on the Tiba + Marl or Farfetch websites. With their children\'s line on the rise, they have made a neon yellow backpack in the Mini Elwood design. Having these matching designs gives a quick and easy go to for stylish family photos. One of the most elegant bags from the Spring Summer 2019 collection is the Elwood Backpack in black snake. The exterior of the bag is made of faux leather that is embossed and textured with a luxurious black snake print. Smooth black faux leather trim, accents and straps allow for maximum style and functionality while using materials that preserve the environment and reptile habitats. The backpack has feet, zippers and the signature Tiba + Marl logo in gunmetal. The stitching is made in a black thread. All the Elwood Backpack’s feature three zippered areas, a small one up front, a secondary area that has a traditional pocket and an insulated pocket. The main area has a pouch that fits laptops, and two smaller elasticated pockets. The bag is also enhanced with extra goodies such as a black luxury padded changing mat and a small clutch/cross body bag. Celebrities that have been spotted with Tiba + Marl bags include Russell Brand & Laura Gallacher, Fearne Cotton & daughter Honey, Dina Torkia & daughter Hana, Stormi Bree, Greg Rutherford, Peter Denton, Vogue Williams, Tom Hardy, Jessie Ware and Shenae Grimes-Beech. Tiba + Marl is stocked around the world, in stores and online. A few stockists include world famous stores like Harvey Nichols, Selfridges & Co, Farfetch and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography from Tiba + Marl Click HERE to visit Tiba + Marl. #article #tibaandmarl #tibaandmarlarticle #tibaandmarlss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #sponsoredT+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK4T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK8T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK13T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK3
    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard
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    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron noticed a gap in the fashion industry. Anna had over 10 years of experience as a bag buyer for Topshop and Urban Outfitters and Lydia had over 10 years of experience working as a footwear and accessories designer for Kurt Geiger and Sigerson Morrison. They decided to team up in 2015 to fulfill what they found missing. Both founders had children and young families. As a result, they realized a big part missing from the designer fashion world was stylish, trend setting bags for today\'s parents. Inspired by runway fashion and street style they set out together to create a fashion label that would set a new standard of bags for modern parents on the go. Their line focuses on carefully curated backpacks, knapsacks, weekender bags, holdall bags, belt bags and clutches designed for parents and their needs. Tizard and Barron focus their energy on studying and researching stylish textures, graphic prints, high quality materials and functional design. The stylish trends and thoughtful designs that they use to create their products are what sets the Tiba + Marl brand apart from others. Their products aren\'t only for adults and parents. They have created a line of products focused on children. This line for young school aged children includes mini backpacks and snack packs that incorporate similar fabrics and designs used in the adult bags. For their Spring Summer 2019 collection Tiba + Marl are introducing new luxury prints and textures. A light gray snakeskin print made of faux leather is used for the Miller Backpack, Raf Holdall and the Miko Bum bag designs. The zippers and signature Tiba + Marl logo are carefully chosen in a gunmetal tone surrounded by a black trim. Following a trend we are seeing on the runway by top designers in Milan and Paris, Tiba + Marl are giving us their well known Kasper knapsack design in a glowing neon yellow shade. Hardware for the Kasper Knapsack was selected in gunmetal with a black trim. As a compliment to the hardware, straps are made in black which adds an extra pop to the neon. Teaming up with the very well known online store Farfetch, this exclusive neon bag can only be purchased on the Tiba + Marl or Farfetch websites. With their children\'s line on the rise, they have made a neon yellow backpack in the Mini Elwood design. Having these matching designs gives a quick and easy go to for stylish family photos. One of the most elegant bags from the Spring Summer 2019 collection is the Elwood Backpack in black snake. The exterior of the bag is made of faux leather that is embossed and textured with a luxurious black snake print. Smooth black faux leather trim, accents and straps allow for maximum style and functionality while using materials that preserve the environment and reptile habitats. The backpack has feet, zippers and the signature Tiba + Marl logo in gunmetal. The stitching is made in a black thread. All the Elwood Backpack’s feature three zippered areas, a small one up front, a secondary area that has a traditional pocket and an insulated pocket. The main area has a pouch that fits laptops, and two smaller elasticated pockets. The bag is also enhanced with extra goodies such as a black luxury padded changing mat and a small clutch/cross body bag. Celebrities that have been spotted with Tiba + Marl bags include Russell Brand & Laura Gallacher, Fearne Cotton & daughter Honey, Dina Torkia & daughter Hana, Stormi Bree, Greg Rutherford, Peter Denton, Vogue Williams, Tom Hardy, Jessie Ware and Shenae Grimes-Beech. Tiba + Marl is stocked around the world, in stores and online. A few stockists include world famous stores like Harvey Nichols, Selfridges & Co, Farfetch and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography from Tiba + Marl Click HERE to visit Tiba + Marl. #article #tibaandmarl #tibaandmarlarticle #tibaandmarlss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #sponsoredT+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK4T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK8T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK13T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK3
    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard
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    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron noticed a gap in the fashion industry. Anna had over 10 years of experience as a bag buyer for Topshop and Urban Outfitters and Lydia had over 10 years of experience working as a footwear and accessories designer for Kurt Geiger and Sigerson Morrison. They decided to team up in 2015 to fulfill what they found missing. Both founders had children and young families. As a result, they realized a big part missing from the designer fashion world was stylish, trend setting bags for today\'s parents. Inspired by runway fashion and street style they set out together to create a fashion label that would set a new standard of bags for modern parents on the go. Their line focuses on carefully curated backpacks, knapsacks, weekender bags, holdall bags, belt bags and clutches designed for parents and their needs. Tizard and Barron focus their energy on studying and researching stylish textures, graphic prints, high quality materials and functional design. The stylish trends and thoughtful designs that they use to create their products are what sets the Tiba + Marl brand apart from others. Their products aren\'t only for adults and parents. They have created a line of products focused on children. This line for young school aged children includes mini backpacks and snack packs that incorporate similar fabrics and designs used in the adult bags. For their Spring Summer 2019 collection Tiba + Marl are introducing new luxury prints and textures. A light gray snakeskin print made of faux leather is used for the Miller Backpack, Raf Holdall and the Miko Bum bag designs. The zippers and signature Tiba + Marl logo are carefully chosen in a gunmetal tone surrounded by a black trim. Following a trend we are seeing on the runway by top designers in Milan and Paris, Tiba + Marl are giving us their well known Kasper knapsack design in a glowing neon yellow shade. Hardware for the Kasper Knapsack was selected in gunmetal with a black trim. As a compliment to the hardware, straps are made in black which adds an extra pop to the neon. Teaming up with the very well known online store Farfetch, this exclusive neon bag can only be purchased on the Tiba + Marl or Farfetch websites. With their children\'s line on the rise, they have made a neon yellow backpack in the Mini Elwood design. Having these matching designs gives a quick and easy go to for stylish family photos. One of the most elegant bags from the Spring Summer 2019 collection is the Elwood Backpack in black snake. The exterior of the bag is made of faux leather that is embossed and textured with a luxurious black snake print. Smooth black faux leather trim, accents and straps allow for maximum style and functionality while using materials that preserve the environment and reptile habitats. The backpack has feet, zippers and the signature Tiba + Marl logo in gunmetal. The stitching is made in a black thread. All the Elwood Backpack’s feature three zippered areas, a small one up front, a secondary area that has a traditional pocket and an insulated pocket. The main area has a pouch that fits laptops, and two smaller elasticated pockets. The bag is also enhanced with extra goodies such as a black luxury padded changing mat and a small clutch/cross body bag. Celebrities that have been spotted with Tiba + Marl bags include Russell Brand & Laura Gallacher, Fearne Cotton & daughter Honey, Dina Torkia & daughter Hana, Stormi Bree, Greg Rutherford, Peter Denton, Vogue Williams, Tom Hardy, Jessie Ware and Shenae Grimes-Beech. Tiba + Marl is stocked around the world, in stores and online. A few stockists include world famous stores like Harvey Nichols, Selfridges & Co, Farfetch and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography from Tiba + Marl Click HERE to visit Tiba + Marl. #article #tibaandmarl #tibaandmarlarticle #tibaandmarlss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #sponsoredT+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK4T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK8T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK13T+M+AW18+LOOKBOOK3
    Tiba + Marl Spring Summer 2019 Presents Luxurious Prints and Textures Living in London, Anna Tizard
  • ikleida posted 4 photos 1 year, 8 months ago
  • ikleida posted 4 photos 1 year, 8 months ago

    Ashley Williams Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear
    source:TheImpression.com Photo/Imaxtree
    #ashleywilliams #ss19 #rtw #lfw #fashion info@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.cominfo@imaxtree.com

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    Ashley Williams Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear source:TheImpression.com Photo/Imaxtree #ashleywilliams #s
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    Ashley Williams Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear source:TheImpression.com Photo/Imaxtree #ashleywilliams #s
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  • hauturely posted 3 photos 2 years ago

    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019

    The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the…[Read more]

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    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the heart of Chelsea. The highly acclaimed event, which presented new collections by ARANYANI and KavenLiu DIMOR, has a reputation for being a potential for creating career-changing opportunities for new designers. Singer Vanessa Williams opened the evening by endorsing her love for the Nolcha and the brand’s humanitarian work before introducing the designers, beginning with ARANYANI. ARANYANI presented a collection of meticulously crafted, hand-painted leather clutches, handbags, satchels, and backpacks, paired with ethereal monochromatic white ensembles. In stark contrast to these uniform ensembles, bold, bright eye makeup in primary colors was a salient stylistic choice, with colors that matched the respective bags that were being showcased. Haresh Mirpuri, the designer of ARANYANI, drew inspiration from Indian princess Victoria Gowramma of the region of Coorg, imagining how she might have looked upon this lush, colorful region of her ancestors. The collection featured bright strokes of yellow, blue, and red, on brown or black locally sourced, handcrafted leather, each hand-painted by world-class Indian artisans. All bags were extremely wearable, and, given the quality and painstaking craftsmanship that went into their production, were even retailed at an affordable price. Like ARANYANI, KavenLiu DIMOR’s new collection explored our innately intimate relationship with nature and profound curiosity with the universe. Kaven Liu, a young designer from the Liaoning province of China, drew inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophical musings on the vastness of the oceans, the grandiosity of the mountains, and the many myths of the natural world around them.  A modern update on classic Eastern silhouettes, Liu’s presentation was essentially comprised of wearable separates in ginghams, plaids, and polka dots in classic, wearable forms like the trench coat, pussy-bow blouse, and the tightly tailored suit. The beauty in Liu’s collection was in his choice of textile: the highly structured, form-fitting pantsuits and trenches, for example, were constructed from light, airy fabrics, lending the pieces a wearable, open feel, like that of the more modern fashion worn in China today. The femininity of the collection brought some hope that “dressing up” is coming back into the fashion world, and that baggy tees and joggers are finally fading out of the modern woman’s wardrobe. Written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HEREor HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolchashows #nolchashowssarticle #nolchashowsss19 #biancarodriguez #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle PP1PP2PP3
    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Sh
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    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the heart of Chelsea. The highly acclaimed event, which presented new collections by ARANYANI and KavenLiu DIMOR, has a reputation for being a potential for creating career-changing opportunities for new designers. Singer Vanessa Williams opened the evening by endorsing her love for the Nolcha and the brand’s humanitarian work before introducing the designers, beginning with ARANYANI. ARANYANI presented a collection of meticulously crafted, hand-painted leather clutches, handbags, satchels, and backpacks, paired with ethereal monochromatic white ensembles. In stark contrast to these uniform ensembles, bold, bright eye makeup in primary colors was a salient stylistic choice, with colors that matched the respective bags that were being showcased. Haresh Mirpuri, the designer of ARANYANI, drew inspiration from Indian princess Victoria Gowramma of the region of Coorg, imagining how she might have looked upon this lush, colorful region of her ancestors. The collection featured bright strokes of yellow, blue, and red, on brown or black locally sourced, handcrafted leather, each hand-painted by world-class Indian artisans. All bags were extremely wearable, and, given the quality and painstaking craftsmanship that went into their production, were even retailed at an affordable price. Like ARANYANI, KavenLiu DIMOR’s new collection explored our innately intimate relationship with nature and profound curiosity with the universe. Kaven Liu, a young designer from the Liaoning province of China, drew inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophical musings on the vastness of the oceans, the grandiosity of the mountains, and the many myths of the natural world around them.  A modern update on classic Eastern silhouettes, Liu’s presentation was essentially comprised of wearable separates in ginghams, plaids, and polka dots in classic, wearable forms like the trench coat, pussy-bow blouse, and the tightly tailored suit. The beauty in Liu’s collection was in his choice of textile: the highly structured, form-fitting pantsuits and trenches, for example, were constructed from light, airy fabrics, lending the pieces a wearable, open feel, like that of the more modern fashion worn in China today. The femininity of the collection brought some hope that “dressing up” is coming back into the fashion world, and that baggy tees and joggers are finally fading out of the modern woman’s wardrobe. Written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HEREor HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolchashows #nolchashowssarticle #nolchashowsss19 #biancarodriguez #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle PP1PP2PP3
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    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the heart of Chelsea. The highly acclaimed event, which presented new collections by ARANYANI and KavenLiu DIMOR, has a reputation for being a potential for creating career-changing opportunities for new designers. Singer Vanessa Williams opened the evening by endorsing her love for the Nolcha and the brand’s humanitarian work before introducing the designers, beginning with ARANYANI. ARANYANI presented a collection of meticulously crafted, hand-painted leather clutches, handbags, satchels, and backpacks, paired with ethereal monochromatic white ensembles. In stark contrast to these uniform ensembles, bold, bright eye makeup in primary colors was a salient stylistic choice, with colors that matched the respective bags that were being showcased. Haresh Mirpuri, the designer of ARANYANI, drew inspiration from Indian princess Victoria Gowramma of the region of Coorg, imagining how she might have looked upon this lush, colorful region of her ancestors. The collection featured bright strokes of yellow, blue, and red, on brown or black locally sourced, handcrafted leather, each hand-painted by world-class Indian artisans. All bags were extremely wearable, and, given the quality and painstaking craftsmanship that went into their production, were even retailed at an affordable price. Like ARANYANI, KavenLiu DIMOR’s new collection explored our innately intimate relationship with nature and profound curiosity with the universe. Kaven Liu, a young designer from the Liaoning province of China, drew inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophical musings on the vastness of the oceans, the grandiosity of the mountains, and the many myths of the natural world around them.  A modern update on classic Eastern silhouettes, Liu’s presentation was essentially comprised of wearable separates in ginghams, plaids, and polka dots in classic, wearable forms like the trench coat, pussy-bow blouse, and the tightly tailored suit. The beauty in Liu’s collection was in his choice of textile: the highly structured, form-fitting pantsuits and trenches, for example, were constructed from light, airy fabrics, lending the pieces a wearable, open feel, like that of the more modern fashion worn in China today. The femininity of the collection brought some hope that “dressing up” is coming back into the fashion world, and that baggy tees and joggers are finally fading out of the modern woman’s wardrobe. Written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HEREor HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolchashows #nolchashowssarticle #nolchashowsss19 #biancarodriguez #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle PP1PP2PP3
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    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Valusta, Leah Williams, A.M., Vivian Tung
    The Raffles International show included a collection of up-and-coming design students to watch. One highlight from the show included designer I.H’s billow trouser and silk jackets printed in a watercolor, l…[Read more]

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    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Valusta, Leah Williams, A.M., Vivian Tung The Raffles International show included a collection of up-and-coming design students to watch. One highlight from the show included designer I.H’s billow trouser and silk jackets printed in a watercolor, leafy collage, this ensemble was simple, pretty and perfect for effortless elegance during the warmer months. Leah Williams’ collection gave new definition to ruffled shorts, but it was Australian designer Vivian Leong’s new bridal collection that showed the most promise, taking a modern twist on traditional classics. The multi-material layered garments were well structured and perfect for the modern bride. All in all, the Raffles show was a great insight into the international scene of design students. written by Matilda Hughes Click HERE to view the full Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 collection. #article #raffles #rafflesarticle #rafflesresort19 #resort19 #MatildaHughes #mbfwaarticle #mbfwahauturely_775159770bm003_raffles_inte-1hauturely_775159770mb00010_raffles_inhauturely_775159770mb00037_raffles_in
    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Val
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    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Valusta, Leah Williams, A.M., Vivian Tung The Raffles International show included a collection of up-and-coming design students to watch. One highlight from the show included designer I.H’s billow trouser and silk jackets printed in a watercolor, leafy collage, this ensemble was simple, pretty and perfect for effortless elegance during the warmer months. Leah Williams’ collection gave new definition to ruffled shorts, but it was Australian designer Vivian Leong’s new bridal collection that showed the most promise, taking a modern twist on traditional classics. The multi-material layered garments were well structured and perfect for the modern bride. All in all, the Raffles show was a great insight into the international scene of design students. written by Matilda Hughes Click HERE to view the full Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 collection. #article #raffles #rafflesarticle #rafflesresort19 #resort19 #MatildaHughes #mbfwaarticle #mbfwahauturely_775159770bm003_raffles_inte-1hauturely_775159770mb00010_raffles_inhauturely_775159770mb00037_raffles_in
    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Val
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    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Valusta, Leah Williams, A.M., Vivian Tung The Raffles International show included a collection of up-and-coming design students to watch. One highlight from the show included designer I.H’s billow trouser and silk jackets printed in a watercolor, leafy collage, this ensemble was simple, pretty and perfect for effortless elegance during the warmer months. Leah Williams’ collection gave new definition to ruffled shorts, but it was Australian designer Vivian Leong’s new bridal collection that showed the most promise, taking a modern twist on traditional classics. The multi-material layered garments were well structured and perfect for the modern bride. All in all, the Raffles show was a great insight into the international scene of design students. written by Matilda Hughes Click HERE to view the full Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 collection. #article #raffles #rafflesarticle #rafflesresort19 #resort19 #MatildaHughes #mbfwaarticle #mbfwahauturely_775159770bm003_raffles_inte-1hauturely_775159770mb00010_raffles_inhauturely_775159770mb00037_raffles_in
    Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Val
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    Leah Williams at Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019
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    Leah Williams at Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019
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    Leah Williams at Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019
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    Leah Williams at Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019
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    Leah Williams at Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019
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    Rigor of Proportions – Cividini Fall Winter 2018
    Cividini, an Italian brand established in 1988, specialize in knits and Ready-to-Wear collections. Two words can be used to describe the synthesis of the new collection: rigor and lightness.
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    Rigor of Proportions - Cividini Fall Winter 2018 Cividini, an Italian brand established in 1988, specialize in knits and Ready-to-Wear collections. Two words can be used to describe the synthesis of the new collection: rigor and lightness. This unique collection combines copious volume and detail, with random combinations and mixed textures throughout. With both horizontal prints and verticals stripes, the colour palette was predominantly dark color, with vivid reds and military-style green. The various looks are shown in as interconnecting, free from pre-established and free-expression configurations. Make-up was natural, free of any colour on the lips, a soft smoky eye with a strong line under the lid created with eyeshadow. Roberto Pagnini created a simple style with the models\' hair, constructing a natural ponytail, or simply left short. Makeup created by Lindsey Williams of Beauty Blender. written by Georgios Vavourakis Click HERE to view the full Cividini Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #cividini #cividinifw18 #cividiniarticle #mfwarticle #fw18 #GeorgiosVavourakis #mfw #mfwarticlehauturely_cividini-rf18-1750hauturely_cividini-rf18-1694hauturely_cividini-rf18-1969
    Rigor of Proportions – Cividini Fall Winter 2018 Cividini, an Italian brand established in 198
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    Rigor of Proportions - Cividini Fall Winter 2018 Cividini, an Italian brand established in 1988, specialize in knits and Ready-to-Wear collections. Two words can be used to describe the synthesis of the new collection: rigor and lightness. This unique collection combines copious volume and detail, with random combinations and mixed textures throughout. With both horizontal prints and verticals stripes, the colour palette was predominantly dark color, with vivid reds and military-style green. The various looks are shown in as interconnecting, free from pre-established and free-expression configurations. Make-up was natural, free of any colour on the lips, a soft smoky eye with a strong line under the lid created with eyeshadow. Roberto Pagnini created a simple style with the models\' hair, constructing a natural ponytail, or simply left short. Makeup created by Lindsey Williams of Beauty Blender. written by Georgios Vavourakis Click HERE to view the full Cividini Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #cividini #cividinifw18 #cividiniarticle #mfwarticle #fw18 #GeorgiosVavourakis #mfw #mfwarticlehauturely_cividini-rf18-1750hauturely_cividini-rf18-1694hauturely_cividini-rf18-1969
    Rigor of Proportions – Cividini Fall Winter 2018 Cividini, an Italian brand established in 198
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    Rigor of Proportions - Cividini Fall Winter 2018 Cividini, an Italian brand established in 1988, specialize in knits and Ready-to-Wear collections. Two words can be used to describe the synthesis of the new collection: rigor and lightness. This unique collection combines copious volume and detail, with random combinations and mixed textures throughout. With both horizontal prints and verticals stripes, the colour palette was predominantly dark color, with vivid reds and military-style green. The various looks are shown in as interconnecting, free from pre-established and free-expression configurations. Make-up was natural, free of any colour on the lips, a soft smoky eye with a strong line under the lid created with eyeshadow. Roberto Pagnini created a simple style with the models\' hair, constructing a natural ponytail, or simply left short. Makeup created by Lindsey Williams of Beauty Blender. written by Georgios Vavourakis Click HERE to view the full Cividini Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #cividini #cividinifw18 #cividiniarticle #mfwarticle #fw18 #GeorgiosVavourakis #mfw #mfwarticlehauturely_cividini-rf18-1750hauturely_cividini-rf18-1694hauturely_cividini-rf18-1969
    Rigor of Proportions – Cividini Fall Winter 2018 Cividini, an Italian brand established in 198
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