Activities for #vintage

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 3 months 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 3 months, 1 week ago

    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor…[Read more]

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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    SON JUNG WAN
    COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020
    “VINTAGE”

    South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again hit the runway of NYFW with bold colors and constructed silhouettes. Her Fall/Winter 2020 Collection was inspired by the 1950s entitled “Vintage.” This season SJW focused on various textures, refined aesthetic and the essence of creativ…[Read more]

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    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again hit the runway of NYFW with bold colors and constructed silhouettes. Her Fall/Winter 2020 Collection was inspired by the 1950s entitled “Vintage.” This season SJW focused on various textures, refined aesthetic and the essence of creativity. Her collection exudes femininity and elegance. It’s been said that “Fashion” repeats itself and that designers often draw from the past for creative inspiration, and this time was no different. SJW used intense primary colors to demonstrate modern women. Her collection also emphasizes the romantic style of the 1950s which she reinterpreted using these fun colors: red, bright green, gold and indigo. Son Jung Wan started her brand in 1989; after graduating from design school. Since then she has been creating fabulous feminine pieces that will leave you speechless. Although, SJW primarily designs for women she did create some pieces for the stylish men out there. She delivered obsession-worthy menswear looks that embraced the collection’s vintage DNA with a sense of modernity. With a strong emphasis on blazers and tailored pants, SJW proved that she can cohesively and successfully create for stylish men and women. Looking forward to Spring/Summer 2021! Written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan autumn/winter 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanaw20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle Look 1Look 2Look 3Look 4
    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again
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    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again hit the runway of NYFW with bold colors and constructed silhouettes. Her Fall/Winter 2020 Collection was inspired by the 1950s entitled “Vintage.” This season SJW focused on various textures, refined aesthetic and the essence of creativity. Her collection exudes femininity and elegance. It’s been said that “Fashion” repeats itself and that designers often draw from the past for creative inspiration, and this time was no different. SJW used intense primary colors to demonstrate modern women. Her collection also emphasizes the romantic style of the 1950s which she reinterpreted using these fun colors: red, bright green, gold and indigo. Son Jung Wan started her brand in 1989; after graduating from design school. Since then she has been creating fabulous feminine pieces that will leave you speechless. Although, SJW primarily designs for women she did create some pieces for the stylish men out there. She delivered obsession-worthy menswear looks that embraced the collection’s vintage DNA with a sense of modernity. With a strong emphasis on blazers and tailored pants, SJW proved that she can cohesively and successfully create for stylish men and women. Looking forward to Spring/Summer 2021! Written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan autumn/winter 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanaw20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle Look 1Look 2Look 3Look 4
    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again
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    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again hit the runway of NYFW with bold colors and constructed silhouettes. Her Fall/Winter 2020 Collection was inspired by the 1950s entitled “Vintage.” This season SJW focused on various textures, refined aesthetic and the essence of creativity. Her collection exudes femininity and elegance. It’s been said that “Fashion” repeats itself and that designers often draw from the past for creative inspiration, and this time was no different. SJW used intense primary colors to demonstrate modern women. Her collection also emphasizes the romantic style of the 1950s which she reinterpreted using these fun colors: red, bright green, gold and indigo. Son Jung Wan started her brand in 1989; after graduating from design school. Since then she has been creating fabulous feminine pieces that will leave you speechless. Although, SJW primarily designs for women she did create some pieces for the stylish men out there. She delivered obsession-worthy menswear looks that embraced the collection’s vintage DNA with a sense of modernity. With a strong emphasis on blazers and tailored pants, SJW proved that she can cohesively and successfully create for stylish men and women. Looking forward to Spring/Summer 2021! Written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan autumn/winter 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanaw20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle Look 1Look 2Look 3Look 4
    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again
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    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again hit the runway of NYFW with bold colors and constructed silhouettes. Her Fall/Winter 2020 Collection was inspired by the 1950s entitled “Vintage.” This season SJW focused on various textures, refined aesthetic and the essence of creativity. Her collection exudes femininity and elegance. It’s been said that “Fashion” repeats itself and that designers often draw from the past for creative inspiration, and this time was no different. SJW used intense primary colors to demonstrate modern women. Her collection also emphasizes the romantic style of the 1950s which she reinterpreted using these fun colors: red, bright green, gold and indigo. Son Jung Wan started her brand in 1989; after graduating from design school. Since then she has been creating fabulous feminine pieces that will leave you speechless. Although, SJW primarily designs for women she did create some pieces for the stylish men out there. She delivered obsession-worthy menswear looks that embraced the collection’s vintage DNA with a sense of modernity. With a strong emphasis on blazers and tailored pants, SJW proved that she can cohesively and successfully create for stylish men and women. Looking forward to Spring/Summer 2021! Written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan autumn/winter 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanaw20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle Look 1Look 2Look 3Look 4
    SON JUNG WAN COLLECTION REVIEW, F/W 2020 “VINTAGE” South Korean Designer Son Jung Wan once again
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a…[Read more]

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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’…[Read more]

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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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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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    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
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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
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    This is a Work of Art that really touched my heart🤸‍♀️♥️🤸‍♀️ @samuellynnegalleries 📸 @david8a
    Dress: $14 #thriftfind (with a little help from my friend-ly alterations gal!!)

    Boots @vetements_official

    Necklace @ysl @vintagemartini IMG_20190824_072923_775

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    This is a Work of Art that really touched my heart🤸‍♀️♥️🤸‍♀️ @samuellynnegalleries 📸 @david8a Dress: $14 #thriftfind (with a little help from my friend-ly alterations gal!!) Boots @vetements_official Necklace @ysl @vintagemartini IMG_20190824_072923_775
    This is a Work of Art that really touched my heart🤸‍♀️♥️🤸‍♀️ @samuellynnegalle
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with…[Read more]

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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week
    Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum continues to present his collections at New York Fashion Week for press, bloggers, photographers and buyers. Known for creating retro classic collections inspired from the 70’s, this collection of course reflects just that. This season his c…[Read more]

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    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum continues to present his collections at New York Fashion Week for press, bloggers, photographers and buyers. Known for creating retro classic collections inspired from the 70’s, this collection of course reflects just that. This season his collection titled “Black to Basic” made us feel like we were seeing a very relate able and wearable collection that we won\'t have to spend hours of time thinking about what to pair with it. This collection is definitely made for the independent woman on the go who wants to look effortlessly chic and ready for the day while of course bringing in classic retro aspects that we would expect from Negris LeBrum. The majority of the looks were black except for the first few looks that had colors of deep maroon, vintage yellow and a hint of orange that set the scene for a very classic collection. Furs, lace, silks, sequins and zippers were used as details to embellish and polish the looks, which is what this collection is all about. While still all in the color black, Negris LeBrum uses patterns in knitwear dresses to express the classic background of his collection. Most of the looks were paired with a handbag, shoulder bag or crossbody bag made using blue, red, green, orange and black leather. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle hauturely_img_9891hauturely_img_9878hauturely_img_9876hauturely_img_9874
    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBru
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    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum continues to present his collections at New York Fashion Week for press, bloggers, photographers and buyers. Known for creating retro classic collections inspired from the 70’s, this collection of course reflects just that. This season his collection titled “Black to Basic” made us feel like we were seeing a very relate able and wearable collection that we won\'t have to spend hours of time thinking about what to pair with it. This collection is definitely made for the independent woman on the go who wants to look effortlessly chic and ready for the day while of course bringing in classic retro aspects that we would expect from Negris LeBrum. The majority of the looks were black except for the first few looks that had colors of deep maroon, vintage yellow and a hint of orange that set the scene for a very classic collection. Furs, lace, silks, sequins and zippers were used as details to embellish and polish the looks, which is what this collection is all about. While still all in the color black, Negris LeBrum uses patterns in knitwear dresses to express the classic background of his collection. Most of the looks were paired with a handbag, shoulder bag or crossbody bag made using blue, red, green, orange and black leather. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle hauturely_img_9891hauturely_img_9878hauturely_img_9876hauturely_img_9874
    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBru
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    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum continues to present his collections at New York Fashion Week for press, bloggers, photographers and buyers. Known for creating retro classic collections inspired from the 70’s, this collection of course reflects just that. This season his collection titled “Black to Basic” made us feel like we were seeing a very relate able and wearable collection that we won\'t have to spend hours of time thinking about what to pair with it. This collection is definitely made for the independent woman on the go who wants to look effortlessly chic and ready for the day while of course bringing in classic retro aspects that we would expect from Negris LeBrum. The majority of the looks were black except for the first few looks that had colors of deep maroon, vintage yellow and a hint of orange that set the scene for a very classic collection. Furs, lace, silks, sequins and zippers were used as details to embellish and polish the looks, which is what this collection is all about. While still all in the color black, Negris LeBrum uses patterns in knitwear dresses to express the classic background of his collection. Most of the looks were paired with a handbag, shoulder bag or crossbody bag made using blue, red, green, orange and black leather. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle hauturely_img_9891hauturely_img_9878hauturely_img_9876hauturely_img_9874
    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBru
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    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum continues to present his collections at New York Fashion Week for press, bloggers, photographers and buyers. Known for creating retro classic collections inspired from the 70’s, this collection of course reflects just that. This season his collection titled “Black to Basic” made us feel like we were seeing a very relate able and wearable collection that we won\'t have to spend hours of time thinking about what to pair with it. This collection is definitely made for the independent woman on the go who wants to look effortlessly chic and ready for the day while of course bringing in classic retro aspects that we would expect from Negris LeBrum. The majority of the looks were black except for the first few looks that had colors of deep maroon, vintage yellow and a hint of orange that set the scene for a very classic collection. Furs, lace, silks, sequins and zippers were used as details to embellish and polish the looks, which is what this collection is all about. While still all in the color black, Negris LeBrum uses patterns in knitwear dresses to express the classic background of his collection. Most of the looks were paired with a handbag, shoulder bag or crossbody bag made using blue, red, green, orange and black leather. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle hauturely_img_9891hauturely_img_9878hauturely_img_9876hauturely_img_9874
    Negris LeBrum Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Coming from Houston, Texas, Negris LeBru
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    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week
    After eight years, and 165,000 pounds of post-consumer textiles diverted from landfill, the Houston based non-profit design house Magpies & Peacocks introduced two unique zero waste luxury collections for their AW19 line. Showcased at the iconic Freemasons’ Hall, each 20+ look…[Read more]

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    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000 pounds of post-consumer textiles diverted from landfill, the Houston based non-profit design house Magpies & Peacocks introduced two unique zero waste luxury collections for their AW19 line. Showcased at the iconic Freemasons\' Hall, each 20+ look collection was crafted from scrap fabrics, used clothing, end of line linens and bolt ends. The first collection by Reneě Garza for Magpies & Peacocks\' \"Detux, luxury deconstructed,\" focused on the concept of responsibility surrounding sustainability. Redesigning post-consumer textiles, the collection highlighted the importance of reuse in the fashion and textile industry. Deconstructing luxury apparel and transforming upcycled textiles, Garza creates a collection of opulence and luxury, with each item symbolizing rebirth through the use of excess and waste to create beauty. Pairing each garment from re-purposed textiles alongside sophisticated leather gloves shows the transition from fashion waste to luxury fashion. The second collection titled \"The New America,\" by Jerri Moore and Clarence Lee for Magpies & Peacocks, suggests elements of past Hollywood glamour, offering a contemporary redesign to the concept. The incorporation of unexpected garments including waxed linens and upholstery jackets featured alongside unstructured layering and contrasting precise tailoring, challenges societal expectations of luxury fashion. The second part of the collection \"# Undone,\" takes the audience through the concept of self-expression and awareness, showcasing raw materials as a canvas for each individual. Moore and Lee undress the boundaries of vintage couture, through hand painted textiles designed by renowned artists Nicole Parenteě and Robert Hodge. With the increased pressure for a sustainable fashion industry, Magpies & Peacocks represent a movement into the future of fashion, acting as a model for other brands to follow, toward a maintainable fashion industry. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #magpiespeacocksarticle #magpiespeacocks #magpiespeacocksfw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_dsc06522hauturely_dsc06532hauturely_dsc06782hauturely_dsc06881
    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000
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    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000 pounds of post-consumer textiles diverted from landfill, the Houston based non-profit design house Magpies & Peacocks introduced two unique zero waste luxury collections for their AW19 line. Showcased at the iconic Freemasons\' Hall, each 20+ look collection was crafted from scrap fabrics, used clothing, end of line linens and bolt ends. The first collection by Reneě Garza for Magpies & Peacocks\' \"Detux, luxury deconstructed,\" focused on the concept of responsibility surrounding sustainability. Redesigning post-consumer textiles, the collection highlighted the importance of reuse in the fashion and textile industry. Deconstructing luxury apparel and transforming upcycled textiles, Garza creates a collection of opulence and luxury, with each item symbolizing rebirth through the use of excess and waste to create beauty. Pairing each garment from re-purposed textiles alongside sophisticated leather gloves shows the transition from fashion waste to luxury fashion. The second collection titled \"The New America,\" by Jerri Moore and Clarence Lee for Magpies & Peacocks, suggests elements of past Hollywood glamour, offering a contemporary redesign to the concept. The incorporation of unexpected garments including waxed linens and upholstery jackets featured alongside unstructured layering and contrasting precise tailoring, challenges societal expectations of luxury fashion. The second part of the collection \"# Undone,\" takes the audience through the concept of self-expression and awareness, showcasing raw materials as a canvas for each individual. Moore and Lee undress the boundaries of vintage couture, through hand painted textiles designed by renowned artists Nicole Parenteě and Robert Hodge. With the increased pressure for a sustainable fashion industry, Magpies & Peacocks represent a movement into the future of fashion, acting as a model for other brands to follow, toward a maintainable fashion industry. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #magpiespeacocksarticle #magpiespeacocks #magpiespeacocksfw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_dsc06522hauturely_dsc06532hauturely_dsc06782hauturely_dsc06881
    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000
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    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000 pounds of post-consumer textiles diverted from landfill, the Houston based non-profit design house Magpies & Peacocks introduced two unique zero waste luxury collections for their AW19 line. Showcased at the iconic Freemasons\' Hall, each 20+ look collection was crafted from scrap fabrics, used clothing, end of line linens and bolt ends. The first collection by Reneě Garza for Magpies & Peacocks\' \"Detux, luxury deconstructed,\" focused on the concept of responsibility surrounding sustainability. Redesigning post-consumer textiles, the collection highlighted the importance of reuse in the fashion and textile industry. Deconstructing luxury apparel and transforming upcycled textiles, Garza creates a collection of opulence and luxury, with each item symbolizing rebirth through the use of excess and waste to create beauty. Pairing each garment from re-purposed textiles alongside sophisticated leather gloves shows the transition from fashion waste to luxury fashion. The second collection titled \"The New America,\" by Jerri Moore and Clarence Lee for Magpies & Peacocks, suggests elements of past Hollywood glamour, offering a contemporary redesign to the concept. The incorporation of unexpected garments including waxed linens and upholstery jackets featured alongside unstructured layering and contrasting precise tailoring, challenges societal expectations of luxury fashion. The second part of the collection \"# Undone,\" takes the audience through the concept of self-expression and awareness, showcasing raw materials as a canvas for each individual. Moore and Lee undress the boundaries of vintage couture, through hand painted textiles designed by renowned artists Nicole Parenteě and Robert Hodge. With the increased pressure for a sustainable fashion industry, Magpies & Peacocks represent a movement into the future of fashion, acting as a model for other brands to follow, toward a maintainable fashion industry. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #magpiespeacocksarticle #magpiespeacocks #magpiespeacocksfw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_dsc06522hauturely_dsc06532hauturely_dsc06782hauturely_dsc06881
    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000
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    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000 pounds of post-consumer textiles diverted from landfill, the Houston based non-profit design house Magpies & Peacocks introduced two unique zero waste luxury collections for their AW19 line. Showcased at the iconic Freemasons\' Hall, each 20+ look collection was crafted from scrap fabrics, used clothing, end of line linens and bolt ends. The first collection by Reneě Garza for Magpies & Peacocks\' \"Detux, luxury deconstructed,\" focused on the concept of responsibility surrounding sustainability. Redesigning post-consumer textiles, the collection highlighted the importance of reuse in the fashion and textile industry. Deconstructing luxury apparel and transforming upcycled textiles, Garza creates a collection of opulence and luxury, with each item symbolizing rebirth through the use of excess and waste to create beauty. Pairing each garment from re-purposed textiles alongside sophisticated leather gloves shows the transition from fashion waste to luxury fashion. The second collection titled \"The New America,\" by Jerri Moore and Clarence Lee for Magpies & Peacocks, suggests elements of past Hollywood glamour, offering a contemporary redesign to the concept. The incorporation of unexpected garments including waxed linens and upholstery jackets featured alongside unstructured layering and contrasting precise tailoring, challenges societal expectations of luxury fashion. The second part of the collection \"# Undone,\" takes the audience through the concept of self-expression and awareness, showcasing raw materials as a canvas for each individual. Moore and Lee undress the boundaries of vintage couture, through hand painted textiles designed by renowned artists Nicole Parenteě and Robert Hodge. With the increased pressure for a sustainable fashion industry, Magpies & Peacocks represent a movement into the future of fashion, acting as a model for other brands to follow, toward a maintainable fashion industry. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #magpiespeacocksarticle #magpiespeacocks #magpiespeacocksfw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_dsc06522hauturely_dsc06532hauturely_dsc06782hauturely_dsc06881
    Magpies & Peacocks Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week After eight years, and 165,000
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    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week
    Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd viewing a lunar eclipse, Jolin Wu presents a collection that evolves from the past to the future. Drawing on her distinctive inquisitiveness surrounding the universe, Wu incorporates the notion of past curiosity before a world of immediate answers…[Read more]

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    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd viewing a lunar eclipse, Jolin Wu presents a collection that evolves from the past to the future. Drawing on her distinctive inquisitiveness surrounding the universe, Wu incorporates the notion of past curiosity before a world of immediate answers from technology, enthusing the audience to slow down in a digital age. Combining womenswear and her first menswear collection, smashing the boundaries of traditional runways, Wu establishes a co-existence between men and womenswear and interpreting the future of fashion for each sex. Wu conveys individuality and ensures the preservation of an individual’s own unique style, while moving past a gender-neutral focus to the collection. Creating a gentle movement from past to present to future, elements from retro sportswear are infused alongside futuristic detailing. Blending a range of unexpected fabrics including silk, cotton, lace and waterproofs in an assortment of textiles, Wu further drives her concept through the inclusion of spliced art prints playing with a stimulating color palette including silver, neon yellow, lemonade pink and electric indigo. Adapting classic silhouettes to relate to all genders, the collection re-imagines the past by modifying design techniques to fit a contemporary audience, through a sleek aesthetic filled with emotional depth filtered from Wu, building on her concept regarding the universe and the fantasy that built the collection. One piece to draw all elements of her notion together features an unexpected combination of tones and materials, a neon green jumper presenting graphic prints of planets and the universe acted as a statement to the piece, further built upon by the layering of a dulled white partially transparent, knee length water proof jacket and matching trousers. Drawing the audience of Freemasons\' Hall into her concept, Jolin Wu generates a hint of imagination to the collection transitioning from past to present, moving one step further to introduce a notion of futuristic fashion. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #jolinwuarticle #jolinwu #jolinwufw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_014hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_010hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_005hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_002
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    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd viewing a lunar eclipse, Jolin Wu presents a collection that evolves from the past to the future. Drawing on her distinctive inquisitiveness surrounding the universe, Wu incorporates the notion of past curiosity before a world of immediate answers from technology, enthusing the audience to slow down in a digital age. Combining womenswear and her first menswear collection, smashing the boundaries of traditional runways, Wu establishes a co-existence between men and womenswear and interpreting the future of fashion for each sex. Wu conveys individuality and ensures the preservation of an individual’s own unique style, while moving past a gender-neutral focus to the collection. Creating a gentle movement from past to present to future, elements from retro sportswear are infused alongside futuristic detailing. Blending a range of unexpected fabrics including silk, cotton, lace and waterproofs in an assortment of textiles, Wu further drives her concept through the inclusion of spliced art prints playing with a stimulating color palette including silver, neon yellow, lemonade pink and electric indigo. Adapting classic silhouettes to relate to all genders, the collection re-imagines the past by modifying design techniques to fit a contemporary audience, through a sleek aesthetic filled with emotional depth filtered from Wu, building on her concept regarding the universe and the fantasy that built the collection. One piece to draw all elements of her notion together features an unexpected combination of tones and materials, a neon green jumper presenting graphic prints of planets and the universe acted as a statement to the piece, further built upon by the layering of a dulled white partially transparent, knee length water proof jacket and matching trousers. Drawing the audience of Freemasons\' Hall into her concept, Jolin Wu generates a hint of imagination to the collection transitioning from past to present, moving one step further to introduce a notion of futuristic fashion. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #jolinwuarticle #jolinwu #jolinwufw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_014hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_010hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_005hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_002
    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd v
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    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd viewing a lunar eclipse, Jolin Wu presents a collection that evolves from the past to the future. Drawing on her distinctive inquisitiveness surrounding the universe, Wu incorporates the notion of past curiosity before a world of immediate answers from technology, enthusing the audience to slow down in a digital age. Combining womenswear and her first menswear collection, smashing the boundaries of traditional runways, Wu establishes a co-existence between men and womenswear and interpreting the future of fashion for each sex. Wu conveys individuality and ensures the preservation of an individual’s own unique style, while moving past a gender-neutral focus to the collection. Creating a gentle movement from past to present to future, elements from retro sportswear are infused alongside futuristic detailing. Blending a range of unexpected fabrics including silk, cotton, lace and waterproofs in an assortment of textiles, Wu further drives her concept through the inclusion of spliced art prints playing with a stimulating color palette including silver, neon yellow, lemonade pink and electric indigo. Adapting classic silhouettes to relate to all genders, the collection re-imagines the past by modifying design techniques to fit a contemporary audience, through a sleek aesthetic filled with emotional depth filtered from Wu, building on her concept regarding the universe and the fantasy that built the collection. One piece to draw all elements of her notion together features an unexpected combination of tones and materials, a neon green jumper presenting graphic prints of planets and the universe acted as a statement to the piece, further built upon by the layering of a dulled white partially transparent, knee length water proof jacket and matching trousers. Drawing the audience of Freemasons\' Hall into her concept, Jolin Wu generates a hint of imagination to the collection transitioning from past to present, moving one step further to introduce a notion of futuristic fashion. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #jolinwuarticle #jolinwu #jolinwufw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_014hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_010hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_005hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_002
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    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd viewing a lunar eclipse, Jolin Wu presents a collection that evolves from the past to the future. Drawing on her distinctive inquisitiveness surrounding the universe, Wu incorporates the notion of past curiosity before a world of immediate answers from technology, enthusing the audience to slow down in a digital age. Combining womenswear and her first menswear collection, smashing the boundaries of traditional runways, Wu establishes a co-existence between men and womenswear and interpreting the future of fashion for each sex. Wu conveys individuality and ensures the preservation of an individual’s own unique style, while moving past a gender-neutral focus to the collection. Creating a gentle movement from past to present to future, elements from retro sportswear are infused alongside futuristic detailing. Blending a range of unexpected fabrics including silk, cotton, lace and waterproofs in an assortment of textiles, Wu further drives her concept through the inclusion of spliced art prints playing with a stimulating color palette including silver, neon yellow, lemonade pink and electric indigo. Adapting classic silhouettes to relate to all genders, the collection re-imagines the past by modifying design techniques to fit a contemporary audience, through a sleek aesthetic filled with emotional depth filtered from Wu, building on her concept regarding the universe and the fantasy that built the collection. One piece to draw all elements of her notion together features an unexpected combination of tones and materials, a neon green jumper presenting graphic prints of planets and the universe acted as a statement to the piece, further built upon by the layering of a dulled white partially transparent, knee length water proof jacket and matching trousers. Drawing the audience of Freemasons\' Hall into her concept, Jolin Wu generates a hint of imagination to the collection transitioning from past to present, moving one step further to introduce a notion of futuristic fashion. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #jolinwuarticle #jolinwu #jolinwufw19 #lornatyler #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #poppr #popprarticle #lfw hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_014hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_010hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_005hauturely_jolin_wu_72dpi_002
    Jolin Wu Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Inspired by a vintage photograph of a crowd v
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week
    Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classic…[Read more]

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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career…[Read more]

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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Mens
    The Band of Outsiders AW19 quirky presentation was truly one of a kind. The brand’s creative director Angelo Van Mol cited the moon landing and Damien Chazelle’s movie “First Man” based on NASA pilot Neil Armstrong, as a key influence for the collection. Rather than replica…[Read more]

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    Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Mens The Band of Outsiders AW19 quirky presentation was truly one of a kind. The brand’s creative director Angelo Van Mol cited the moon landing and Damien Chazelle’s movie “First Man” based on NASA pilot Neil Armstrong, as a key influence for the collection. Rather than replicating intergalactic space wear, the brand drew inspiration from the people who would have been watching the moon landing on their TVs during the late sixties and early seventies. The presentation was set in the retro Close-up Film Centre in Shoreditch. The models posed against the bookshelf backdrop alongside a vintage tv to the sound of the moon landing broadcast, some comfortably sat in chairs, some stood up. Accompanying the presentation was a movie theatre and the crowd of fashion insiders were handed popcorn and invited to watch a short film of the eclectic models dressed in the nostalgic collection watching the moon landing. Genius. The collection’s colour palette truly reflected the retro aesthetic and consisted of warm ginger and red hues, burgundy, earthy brown tones, navy and black. The collection was filled with a mix match of smart tailored looks, casual sportswear pieces, and preppy styling was key. There was also a check craze and stripes galore with classic stripes and checks redefined with dazzling colour combinations. A stand out ensemble included a red check jacket paired to perfection with a red and navy striped shirt and dark denim trousers. Smart tailored looks also dominated the collection with corduroy suits, check blazers and a personal highlight, a midnight navy velvet trench coat. Very dandy. The addition of casualwear added modernity including sporty bomber jackets, sweatshirts, parkas and puffer jackets topped off with NASA-esque patches and embroidery. Shirts also sported monochromatic space landing graphics. Hi-lo styling was truly prominent with classic check jackets worn with sporty gym wear pieces and preppy suits, shirts and trouser combos paired with sneakers for that modern edge. This collection also saw the addition of womenswear pieces for the first time with the creative director stating excitement to extend their “universe of humour and inclusivity to women”. Among the eight womenswear looks, the highlights included the androgynous corduroy trouser suit, the playful and easy to wear longline striped rocket print dress and the sixties heritage check blazer and mini skirt co-ords, very Jackie O. Denim bell bottoms and knitwear with vibrant vintage patterns were also seen as well as an all over check blazer and trouser ensemble paired with a woolly hat, very quirky and playful. All the looks were topped off with white sneakers or chunky boots in classic hues of burgundy, brown or black leather. Accessories included berets, chunky knitted scarves and hats and the occasional geek chic glasses. Natural hair and makeup was the look with a subtle retro feel. Overall, the Band of Outsiders AW19 collection was filled with juxtaposition: it was smart yet edgy, youthful yet mature, nostalgic yet astronomically timeless. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #bandofoutsiders #bandofoutsidersarticle #bandofoutsidersfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfwm #lfwmarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_15hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_25hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_31
    Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Mens The Band of Outsiders AW19 quirky p
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    Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Mens The Band of Outsiders AW19 quirky presentation was truly one of a kind. The brand’s creative director Angelo Van Mol cited the moon landing and Damien Chazelle’s movie “First Man” based on NASA pilot Neil Armstrong, as a key influence for the collection. Rather than replicating intergalactic space wear, the brand drew inspiration from the people who would have been watching the moon landing on their TVs during the late sixties and early seventies. The presentation was set in the retro Close-up Film Centre in Shoreditch. The models posed against the bookshelf backdrop alongside a vintage tv to the sound of the moon landing broadcast, some comfortably sat in chairs, some stood up. Accompanying the presentation was a movie theatre and the crowd of fashion insiders were handed popcorn and invited to watch a short film of the eclectic models dressed in the nostalgic collection watching the moon landing. Genius. The collection’s colour palette truly reflected the retro aesthetic and consisted of warm ginger and red hues, burgundy, earthy brown tones, navy and black. The collection was filled with a mix match of smart tailored looks, casual sportswear pieces, and preppy styling was key. There was also a check craze and stripes galore with classic stripes and checks redefined with dazzling colour combinations. A stand out ensemble included a red check jacket paired to perfection with a red and navy striped shirt and dark denim trousers. Smart tailored looks also dominated the collection with corduroy suits, check blazers and a personal highlight, a midnight navy velvet trench coat. Very dandy. The addition of casualwear added modernity including sporty bomber jackets, sweatshirts, parkas and puffer jackets topped off with NASA-esque patches and embroidery. Shirts also sported monochromatic space landing graphics. Hi-lo styling was truly prominent with classic check jackets worn with sporty gym wear pieces and preppy suits, shirts and trouser combos paired with sneakers for that modern edge. This collection also saw the addition of womenswear pieces for the first time with the creative director stating excitement to extend their “universe of humour and inclusivity to women”. Among the eight womenswear looks, the highlights included the androgynous corduroy trouser suit, the playful and easy to wear longline striped rocket print dress and the sixties heritage check blazer and mini skirt co-ords, very Jackie O. Denim bell bottoms and knitwear with vibrant vintage patterns were also seen as well as an all over check blazer and trouser ensemble paired with a woolly hat, very quirky and playful. All the looks were topped off with white sneakers or chunky boots in classic hues of burgundy, brown or black leather. Accessories included berets, chunky knitted scarves and hats and the occasional geek chic glasses. Natural hair and makeup was the look with a subtle retro feel. Overall, the Band of Outsiders AW19 collection was filled with juxtaposition: it was smart yet edgy, youthful yet mature, nostalgic yet astronomically timeless. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #bandofoutsiders #bandofoutsidersarticle #bandofoutsidersfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfwm #lfwmarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_15hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_25hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_31
    Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Mens The Band of Outsiders AW19 quirky p
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    Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Mens The Band of Outsiders AW19 quirky presentation was truly one of a kind. The brand’s creative director Angelo Van Mol cited the moon landing and Damien Chazelle’s movie “First Man” based on NASA pilot Neil Armstrong, as a key influence for the collection. Rather than replicating intergalactic space wear, the brand drew inspiration from the people who would have been watching the moon landing on their TVs during the late sixties and early seventies. The presentation was set in the retro Close-up Film Centre in Shoreditch. The models posed against the bookshelf backdrop alongside a vintage tv to the sound of the moon landing broadcast, some comfortably sat in chairs, some stood up. Accompanying the presentation was a movie theatre and the crowd of fashion insiders were handed popcorn and invited to watch a short film of the eclectic models dressed in the nostalgic collection watching the moon landing. Genius. The collection’s colour palette truly reflected the retro aesthetic and consisted of warm ginger and red hues, burgundy, earthy brown tones, navy and black. The collection was filled with a mix match of smart tailored looks, casual sportswear pieces, and preppy styling was key. There was also a check craze and stripes galore with classic stripes and checks redefined with dazzling colour combinations. A stand out ensemble included a red check jacket paired to perfection with a red and navy striped shirt and dark denim trousers. Smart tailored looks also dominated the collection with corduroy suits, check blazers and a personal highlight, a midnight navy velvet trench coat. Very dandy. The addition of casualwear added modernity including sporty bomber jackets, sweatshirts, parkas and puffer jackets topped off with NASA-esque patches and embroidery. Shirts also sported monochromatic space landing graphics. Hi-lo styling was truly prominent with classic check jackets worn with sporty gym wear pieces and preppy suits, shirts and trouser combos paired with sneakers for that modern edge. This collection also saw the addition of womenswear pieces for the first time with the creative director stating excitement to extend their “universe of humour and inclusivity to women”. Among the eight womenswear looks, the highlights included the androgynous corduroy trouser suit, the playful and easy to wear longline striped rocket print dress and the sixties heritage check blazer and mini skirt co-ords, very Jackie O. Denim bell bottoms and knitwear with vibrant vintage patterns were also seen as well as an all over check blazer and trouser ensemble paired with a woolly hat, very quirky and playful. All the looks were topped off with white sneakers or chunky boots in classic hues of burgundy, brown or black leather. Accessories included berets, chunky knitted scarves and hats and the occasional geek chic glasses. Natural hair and makeup was the look with a subtle retro feel. Overall, the Band of Outsiders AW19 collection was filled with juxtaposition: it was smart yet edgy, youthful yet mature, nostalgic yet astronomically timeless. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Band of Outsiders Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #bandofoutsiders #bandofoutsidersarticle #bandofoutsidersfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfwm #lfwmarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_15hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_25hauturely_bandofoutsiders_fw19_31
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    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour
    The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate and strikingly beautiful Lancaster house, was a monumental celebration of the brand’s 125 years in business. Fashion insiders and celebrities alike got the chance to learn more about the rich fascinating history of the brand founded in 1894. The p…[Read more]

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    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate and strikingly beautiful Lancaster house, was a monumental celebration of the brand’s 125 years in business. Fashion insiders and celebrities alike got the chance to learn more about the rich fascinating history of the brand founded in 1894. The presentation, that could be likened to an art exhibition, displayed the Icons Re-Engineered collection of jackets for men and women, contemporary revamps of staple pieces from the brand’s archive extending across five generations. The statuesque models stood alongside the vintage pieces wearing the modern interpretations. All the pieces from the collection sported the classic Dress Gordon tartan lining, popular for the brand in the 1980\'s. Pieces included the Haydon waxed cotton jacket, the oldest style first introduced in 1910. Another piece was the re-imagined lightweight Durham jacket dating back to the 1960\'s. Next seen was the best-selling Liddlesdale jacket first introduced in 1979, cropped in length sporting distinctive diamond quilting. Another piece included the slick and laid-back revamp of the Beacon Sports Jacket, the most modern piece on show, originally worn by Daniel Craig who played James Bond in the movie Skyfall. The last piece was the international jacket originally created in 1936 for Motorcycle sports and worn by famous actor Steve McQueen in 1964. The women’s version was a particular favorite, belted and quilted to perfection and topped off with a luxe shearling collar. All pieces were paired with cable knits and corduroy trousers for a smart, easy to wear look and the beautifully diverse models sported natural hair and makeup to match. Overall, it was an honor to see the collection of timeless pieces and it was truly an exceptional celebration of a significant milestone for the company. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Barbour Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #barbour #barbourarticle #barbourfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfwm #lfwmarticle #exposure #exposurearticle hauturely_5u7a3356hauturely_5u7a3331hauturely_5u7a3472
    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate a
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    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate and strikingly beautiful Lancaster house, was a monumental celebration of the brand’s 125 years in business. Fashion insiders and celebrities alike got the chance to learn more about the rich fascinating history of the brand founded in 1894. The presentation, that could be likened to an art exhibition, displayed the Icons Re-Engineered collection of jackets for men and women, contemporary revamps of staple pieces from the brand’s archive extending across five generations. The statuesque models stood alongside the vintage pieces wearing the modern interpretations. All the pieces from the collection sported the classic Dress Gordon tartan lining, popular for the brand in the 1980\'s. Pieces included the Haydon waxed cotton jacket, the oldest style first introduced in 1910. Another piece was the re-imagined lightweight Durham jacket dating back to the 1960\'s. Next seen was the best-selling Liddlesdale jacket first introduced in 1979, cropped in length sporting distinctive diamond quilting. Another piece included the slick and laid-back revamp of the Beacon Sports Jacket, the most modern piece on show, originally worn by Daniel Craig who played James Bond in the movie Skyfall. The last piece was the international jacket originally created in 1936 for Motorcycle sports and worn by famous actor Steve McQueen in 1964. The women’s version was a particular favorite, belted and quilted to perfection and topped off with a luxe shearling collar. All pieces were paired with cable knits and corduroy trousers for a smart, easy to wear look and the beautifully diverse models sported natural hair and makeup to match. Overall, it was an honor to see the collection of timeless pieces and it was truly an exceptional celebration of a significant milestone for the company. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Barbour Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #barbour #barbourarticle #barbourfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfwm #lfwmarticle #exposure #exposurearticle hauturely_5u7a3356hauturely_5u7a3331hauturely_5u7a3472
    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate a
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    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate and strikingly beautiful Lancaster house, was a monumental celebration of the brand’s 125 years in business. Fashion insiders and celebrities alike got the chance to learn more about the rich fascinating history of the brand founded in 1894. The presentation, that could be likened to an art exhibition, displayed the Icons Re-Engineered collection of jackets for men and women, contemporary revamps of staple pieces from the brand’s archive extending across five generations. The statuesque models stood alongside the vintage pieces wearing the modern interpretations. All the pieces from the collection sported the classic Dress Gordon tartan lining, popular for the brand in the 1980\'s. Pieces included the Haydon waxed cotton jacket, the oldest style first introduced in 1910. Another piece was the re-imagined lightweight Durham jacket dating back to the 1960\'s. Next seen was the best-selling Liddlesdale jacket first introduced in 1979, cropped in length sporting distinctive diamond quilting. Another piece included the slick and laid-back revamp of the Beacon Sports Jacket, the most modern piece on show, originally worn by Daniel Craig who played James Bond in the movie Skyfall. The last piece was the international jacket originally created in 1936 for Motorcycle sports and worn by famous actor Steve McQueen in 1964. The women’s version was a particular favorite, belted and quilted to perfection and topped off with a luxe shearling collar. All pieces were paired with cable knits and corduroy trousers for a smart, easy to wear look and the beautifully diverse models sported natural hair and makeup to match. Overall, it was an honor to see the collection of timeless pieces and it was truly an exceptional celebration of a significant milestone for the company. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Barbour Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #barbour #barbourarticle #barbourfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfwm #lfwmarticle #exposure #exposurearticle hauturely_5u7a3356hauturely_5u7a3331hauturely_5u7a3472
    Barbour Autumn Winter 2019: 125 years of Barbour The Barbour AW19 presentation, held in the ornate a
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    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
    Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asian roots by designer Ying Shen, established in 2017. The SS19 collection entitled “Lucid Dreams”, was inspired by the Club Kid era from the 80’s and 90’s and Erik Erikson’s “Four Stages of Identity Crisis”. The theme was well executed from the pres…[Read more]

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    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asian roots by designer Ying Shen, established in 2017. The SS19 collection entitled “Lucid Dreams”, was inspired by the Club Kid era from the 80’s and 90’s and Erik Erikson’s “Four Stages of Identity Crisis”. The theme was well executed from the prescription pill bottle invites, to the set design. The Discovery Lab at the Store Studios, where the presentation was held, was made to look rustic, mysterious and edgy. There were spilled pill bottles lying around, posters with sayings such as “The Politics of Identity” and mirrors spread across on the floor. Clothing typically assigned to womenswear became menswear and vice versa. Classic silhouettes were distorted and deconstructed to create corseted shirts, checked suit and dress hybrids, asymmetric suit combos all of which appeared to be held together with black harnesses and straps. Vibrant floral patterns were mixed and matched to perfection with traditional tailoring fabrics creating spliced print dresses with an innovative edge. Feminine shirts with bellowing gathered sleeves was seen on male models and painterly prints of exposed ladies worked their way into the collection. Distressed acid wash denim pieces also added a punk edge. The makeup on the models was paired back with abstract patterns painted around the eyes, strong eyebrows and pale lips giving the models a mysterious solemn look. Hair was also put to the back either in a ponytail or slicked back with gel. The music was equally as eclectic and undefinable as the collection switching from Soul to vintage rock and roll and then to alternative indie sounds. Overall, the Underage SS19 collection successfully touches on the themes of androgyny and liberation from societal gender norms in an avant-garde innovative way and the collection was as thought-provoking as it was visually appealing. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Underage Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #underage #underagearticle #underagess19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_45437288_1040782179426796_2143983288308465664_o_1040782176093463hauturely_45453429_1040782316093449_1494738242090565632_o_1040782312760116hauturely_45537554_1040782189426795_1023758214379864064_o_1040782186093462
    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asi
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    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asian roots by designer Ying Shen, established in 2017. The SS19 collection entitled “Lucid Dreams”, was inspired by the Club Kid era from the 80’s and 90’s and Erik Erikson’s “Four Stages of Identity Crisis”. The theme was well executed from the prescription pill bottle invites, to the set design. The Discovery Lab at the Store Studios, where the presentation was held, was made to look rustic, mysterious and edgy. There were spilled pill bottles lying around, posters with sayings such as “The Politics of Identity” and mirrors spread across on the floor. Clothing typically assigned to womenswear became menswear and vice versa. Classic silhouettes were distorted and deconstructed to create corseted shirts, checked suit and dress hybrids, asymmetric suit combos all of which appeared to be held together with black harnesses and straps. Vibrant floral patterns were mixed and matched to perfection with traditional tailoring fabrics creating spliced print dresses with an innovative edge. Feminine shirts with bellowing gathered sleeves was seen on male models and painterly prints of exposed ladies worked their way into the collection. Distressed acid wash denim pieces also added a punk edge. The makeup on the models was paired back with abstract patterns painted around the eyes, strong eyebrows and pale lips giving the models a mysterious solemn look. Hair was also put to the back either in a ponytail or slicked back with gel. The music was equally as eclectic and undefinable as the collection switching from Soul to vintage rock and roll and then to alternative indie sounds. Overall, the Underage SS19 collection successfully touches on the themes of androgyny and liberation from societal gender norms in an avant-garde innovative way and the collection was as thought-provoking as it was visually appealing. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Underage Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #underage #underagearticle #underagess19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_45437288_1040782179426796_2143983288308465664_o_1040782176093463hauturely_45453429_1040782316093449_1494738242090565632_o_1040782312760116hauturely_45537554_1040782189426795_1023758214379864064_o_1040782186093462
    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asi
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    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asian roots by designer Ying Shen, established in 2017. The SS19 collection entitled “Lucid Dreams”, was inspired by the Club Kid era from the 80’s and 90’s and Erik Erikson’s “Four Stages of Identity Crisis”. The theme was well executed from the prescription pill bottle invites, to the set design. The Discovery Lab at the Store Studios, where the presentation was held, was made to look rustic, mysterious and edgy. There were spilled pill bottles lying around, posters with sayings such as “The Politics of Identity” and mirrors spread across on the floor. Clothing typically assigned to womenswear became menswear and vice versa. Classic silhouettes were distorted and deconstructed to create corseted shirts, checked suit and dress hybrids, asymmetric suit combos all of which appeared to be held together with black harnesses and straps. Vibrant floral patterns were mixed and matched to perfection with traditional tailoring fabrics creating spliced print dresses with an innovative edge. Feminine shirts with bellowing gathered sleeves was seen on male models and painterly prints of exposed ladies worked their way into the collection. Distressed acid wash denim pieces also added a punk edge. The makeup on the models was paired back with abstract patterns painted around the eyes, strong eyebrows and pale lips giving the models a mysterious solemn look. Hair was also put to the back either in a ponytail or slicked back with gel. The music was equally as eclectic and undefinable as the collection switching from Soul to vintage rock and roll and then to alternative indie sounds. Overall, the Underage SS19 collection successfully touches on the themes of androgyny and liberation from societal gender norms in an avant-garde innovative way and the collection was as thought-provoking as it was visually appealing. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Underage Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #underage #underagearticle #underagess19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_45437288_1040782179426796_2143983288308465664_o_1040782176093463hauturely_45453429_1040782316093449_1494738242090565632_o_1040782312760116hauturely_45537554_1040782189426795_1023758214379864064_o_1040782186093462
    Underage Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Underage is an avant-grade British brand with Asi
  • hauturely posted 3 photos 1 year, 11 months ago

    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
    Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection drew inspiration from Sofia Coppola’s film “The Virgin Suicides” – a film set in the 1970s, both nostalgic and melancholic, beautiful yet somber. The remarkable presentation was set in the artsy shop at Bluebird. Situated on Floral Street, the venue cou…[Read more]

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    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection drew inspiration from Sofia Coppola’s film “The Virgin Suicides” – a film set in the 1970s, both nostalgic and melancholic, beautiful yet somber. The remarkable presentation was set in the artsy shop at Bluebird. Situated on Floral Street, the venue couldn’t have been more perfect to house a collection where dried flowers were hung in its entirety above and beside the models and the venue was packed with as many people as there were hanging flowers.The dried flower installation, beautiful and visually appealing, also reflected the melancholic themes in the film, the fragility of life and the ethereal mood of the collection. The colour palette reflected a nod to the 70s with browns, burnt oranges, lavender, vivid apple greens, icy pastels, and earthy tones. The pieces from the collection were an exciting mix of the nostalgic and new with vintage Victoriana blouses, elegant babydoll dresses, oversized retro sunglasses, pleated shirts with large blouson sleeves and an element of soft 70s glam with bell bottoms. Floral jacquards resembled antique wallpaper and dried flowers also made their way into the prints. It was ruffles galore and ruched and gathered detailing on dresses and skirts resembled the shapes of the dried flowers. There were subtle sportswear looks that added a modern edge including vibrant spaced dyed jersey leisurewear, silky co-ords and utility jackets. Shimmery fabrics also added an ethereal quality. The makeup was paired back, dewy and natural looking with rosy cheeks, natural toned eyeshadow and just a hint of colour on the lips. The hairstyles included afros and soft tousled waves that looked regal and effortless. Aside from the breathtakingly beautiful clothes, makeup and set design, what was really impactful was the collection’s powerful message of inclusion and diverse beauty to a fashion industry that can be one-dimensional at times. Steven Tai worked together with the inspiring charity, Changing Faces, and influential photographer Rankin to create the Portrait Positive initiative, a campaign involving photographing and celebrating 16 women with facial or body disfigurements. The show powerfully tackled cynicism towards beauty standards in the fashion industry by using some of the captivating models from the Portrait Positive campaign in the show including a burn survivor and a lady with a facial birthmark alongside other models of all ethnicities. One model in particular who had alopecia (loss of hair on the body) stood out as a bald beauty with curves to die for and simply put, looked like a goddess. It was a true celebration of the wide diverse beauty seen within society and it was both refreshing and heart-warming to see. Described in three words as “Femininity, Cynicism and Air” by the designer himself, Steven Tai delivered a collection delightfully feminine, empowering and graceful. It was an unforgettable highlight of London Fashion Week as a whole. For a collection so retrospective, Steven Tai’s SS19 presentation was as progressive as it was pretty. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #steventai #steventaiarticle #steventaiss19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #agencyeleven #agencyelevenarticle IMG_7544-1260x1892IMG_7615-1260x1892IMG_7692-1260x1892
    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection dr
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    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection drew inspiration from Sofia Coppola’s film “The Virgin Suicides” – a film set in the 1970s, both nostalgic and melancholic, beautiful yet somber. The remarkable presentation was set in the artsy shop at Bluebird. Situated on Floral Street, the venue couldn’t have been more perfect to house a collection where dried flowers were hung in its entirety above and beside the models and the venue was packed with as many people as there were hanging flowers.The dried flower installation, beautiful and visually appealing, also reflected the melancholic themes in the film, the fragility of life and the ethereal mood of the collection. The colour palette reflected a nod to the 70s with browns, burnt oranges, lavender, vivid apple greens, icy pastels, and earthy tones. The pieces from the collection were an exciting mix of the nostalgic and new with vintage Victoriana blouses, elegant babydoll dresses, oversized retro sunglasses, pleated shirts with large blouson sleeves and an element of soft 70s glam with bell bottoms. Floral jacquards resembled antique wallpaper and dried flowers also made their way into the prints. It was ruffles galore and ruched and gathered detailing on dresses and skirts resembled the shapes of the dried flowers. There were subtle sportswear looks that added a modern edge including vibrant spaced dyed jersey leisurewear, silky co-ords and utility jackets. Shimmery fabrics also added an ethereal quality. The makeup was paired back, dewy and natural looking with rosy cheeks, natural toned eyeshadow and just a hint of colour on the lips. The hairstyles included afros and soft tousled waves that looked regal and effortless. Aside from the breathtakingly beautiful clothes, makeup and set design, what was really impactful was the collection’s powerful message of inclusion and diverse beauty to a fashion industry that can be one-dimensional at times. Steven Tai worked together with the inspiring charity, Changing Faces, and influential photographer Rankin to create the Portrait Positive initiative, a campaign involving photographing and celebrating 16 women with facial or body disfigurements. The show powerfully tackled cynicism towards beauty standards in the fashion industry by using some of the captivating models from the Portrait Positive campaign in the show including a burn survivor and a lady with a facial birthmark alongside other models of all ethnicities. One model in particular who had alopecia (loss of hair on the body) stood out as a bald beauty with curves to die for and simply put, looked like a goddess. It was a true celebration of the wide diverse beauty seen within society and it was both refreshing and heart-warming to see. Described in three words as “Femininity, Cynicism and Air” by the designer himself, Steven Tai delivered a collection delightfully feminine, empowering and graceful. It was an unforgettable highlight of London Fashion Week as a whole. For a collection so retrospective, Steven Tai’s SS19 presentation was as progressive as it was pretty. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #steventai #steventaiarticle #steventaiss19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #agencyeleven #agencyelevenarticle IMG_7544-1260x1892IMG_7615-1260x1892IMG_7692-1260x1892
    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection dr
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    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection drew inspiration from Sofia Coppola’s film “The Virgin Suicides” – a film set in the 1970s, both nostalgic and melancholic, beautiful yet somber. The remarkable presentation was set in the artsy shop at Bluebird. Situated on Floral Street, the venue couldn’t have been more perfect to house a collection where dried flowers were hung in its entirety above and beside the models and the venue was packed with as many people as there were hanging flowers.The dried flower installation, beautiful and visually appealing, also reflected the melancholic themes in the film, the fragility of life and the ethereal mood of the collection. The colour palette reflected a nod to the 70s with browns, burnt oranges, lavender, vivid apple greens, icy pastels, and earthy tones. The pieces from the collection were an exciting mix of the nostalgic and new with vintage Victoriana blouses, elegant babydoll dresses, oversized retro sunglasses, pleated shirts with large blouson sleeves and an element of soft 70s glam with bell bottoms. Floral jacquards resembled antique wallpaper and dried flowers also made their way into the prints. It was ruffles galore and ruched and gathered detailing on dresses and skirts resembled the shapes of the dried flowers. There were subtle sportswear looks that added a modern edge including vibrant spaced dyed jersey leisurewear, silky co-ords and utility jackets. Shimmery fabrics also added an ethereal quality. The makeup was paired back, dewy and natural looking with rosy cheeks, natural toned eyeshadow and just a hint of colour on the lips. The hairstyles included afros and soft tousled waves that looked regal and effortless. Aside from the breathtakingly beautiful clothes, makeup and set design, what was really impactful was the collection’s powerful message of inclusion and diverse beauty to a fashion industry that can be one-dimensional at times. Steven Tai worked together with the inspiring charity, Changing Faces, and influential photographer Rankin to create the Portrait Positive initiative, a campaign involving photographing and celebrating 16 women with facial or body disfigurements. The show powerfully tackled cynicism towards beauty standards in the fashion industry by using some of the captivating models from the Portrait Positive campaign in the show including a burn survivor and a lady with a facial birthmark alongside other models of all ethnicities. One model in particular who had alopecia (loss of hair on the body) stood out as a bald beauty with curves to die for and simply put, looked like a goddess. It was a true celebration of the wide diverse beauty seen within society and it was both refreshing and heart-warming to see. Described in three words as “Femininity, Cynicism and Air” by the designer himself, Steven Tai delivered a collection delightfully feminine, empowering and graceful. It was an unforgettable highlight of London Fashion Week as a whole. For a collection so retrospective, Steven Tai’s SS19 presentation was as progressive as it was pretty. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #steventai #steventaiarticle #steventaiss19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #agencyeleven #agencyelevenarticle IMG_7544-1260x1892IMG_7615-1260x1892IMG_7692-1260x1892
    Steven Tai Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Steven Tai’s revolutionary SS19 collection dr
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    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
    Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 collection, Simon Mo once again focused on the nature and fragility of earth’s beauty. Combining environmental awareness with a collection of beautifully tailored designs to appeal to the fashion week audience, the Taiwanese designer used his…[Read more]

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    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 collection, Simon Mo once again focused on the nature and fragility of earth\'s beauty. Combining environmental awareness with a collection of beautifully tailored designs to appeal to the fashion week audience, the Taiwanese designer used his collection to draw attention to the ecological damage of plastics and the human behaviors that directly contribute to this. Focusing on the pollution of earth’s oceans, the collection transforms outdated nautical features such as vintage scuba suits shifting them into contemporary representations of the ocean. Pairing exaggerated silhouettes, exotic colors and gauze fabric skirts resembling sea waves, each individual element links together, signifying marine features. Incorporating chequered patterns, sequins and block colours in the form of jackets, coats and casual dresses, the added layering coats within the collection allowed for a modern dimension in addition to the retro marine components, creating appeal for the contemporary wearer while remaining true to the collection’s main focus on the sacred beauty of the ocean. Free flowing dresses within the collection flawlessly embodied the aquatic theme of the line. Constructed from elegant light fabrics, the dresses flowed effortlessly while drifting down the runway. Combining a mix vertical and horizontal stripes, multiple shades of blue, cinched waists, and contrasts in fabrics, the features making up each dress impeccably resembled the elegant, unpredictable movement of the seas waves and the vulnerability of the earth\'s oceans. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #simonmo #simonmoarticle #simonmoss19 #ss19 #lornatyler #lfw #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-1LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-12LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-21
    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 col
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    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 collection, Simon Mo once again focused on the nature and fragility of earth\'s beauty. Combining environmental awareness with a collection of beautifully tailored designs to appeal to the fashion week audience, the Taiwanese designer used his collection to draw attention to the ecological damage of plastics and the human behaviors that directly contribute to this. Focusing on the pollution of earth’s oceans, the collection transforms outdated nautical features such as vintage scuba suits shifting them into contemporary representations of the ocean. Pairing exaggerated silhouettes, exotic colors and gauze fabric skirts resembling sea waves, each individual element links together, signifying marine features. Incorporating chequered patterns, sequins and block colours in the form of jackets, coats and casual dresses, the added layering coats within the collection allowed for a modern dimension in addition to the retro marine components, creating appeal for the contemporary wearer while remaining true to the collection’s main focus on the sacred beauty of the ocean. Free flowing dresses within the collection flawlessly embodied the aquatic theme of the line. Constructed from elegant light fabrics, the dresses flowed effortlessly while drifting down the runway. Combining a mix vertical and horizontal stripes, multiple shades of blue, cinched waists, and contrasts in fabrics, the features making up each dress impeccably resembled the elegant, unpredictable movement of the seas waves and the vulnerability of the earth\'s oceans. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #simonmo #simonmoarticle #simonmoss19 #ss19 #lornatyler #lfw #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-1LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-12LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-21
    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 col
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    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 collection, Simon Mo once again focused on the nature and fragility of earth\'s beauty. Combining environmental awareness with a collection of beautifully tailored designs to appeal to the fashion week audience, the Taiwanese designer used his collection to draw attention to the ecological damage of plastics and the human behaviors that directly contribute to this. Focusing on the pollution of earth’s oceans, the collection transforms outdated nautical features such as vintage scuba suits shifting them into contemporary representations of the ocean. Pairing exaggerated silhouettes, exotic colors and gauze fabric skirts resembling sea waves, each individual element links together, signifying marine features. Incorporating chequered patterns, sequins and block colours in the form of jackets, coats and casual dresses, the added layering coats within the collection allowed for a modern dimension in addition to the retro marine components, creating appeal for the contemporary wearer while remaining true to the collection’s main focus on the sacred beauty of the ocean. Free flowing dresses within the collection flawlessly embodied the aquatic theme of the line. Constructed from elegant light fabrics, the dresses flowed effortlessly while drifting down the runway. Combining a mix vertical and horizontal stripes, multiple shades of blue, cinched waists, and contrasts in fabrics, the features making up each dress impeccably resembled the elegant, unpredictable movement of the seas waves and the vulnerability of the earth\'s oceans. written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #simonmo #simonmoarticle #simonmoss19 #ss19 #lornatyler #lfw #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-1LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-12LFW-SS19-Simon-Mo-Huw-Jenkins-The-Upcoming-21
    Simon Mo Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Aiming to promote global change with his SS19 col
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