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    Editorial # 001 : $OULCAP

    Shirt: Veronique Leroy – @veroniqueleroyofficiel
    Shorts: Yie Kim – @yiekimofficial, Totem Fashion @totemfashion
    Tights: Dim – @dim
    Shoes: Maison Ernest – @maisonernest

    Fashion Editor: Youness BOUMIA – @trendinfluences
    Photographer: Antoine BEDOS – @antoinebedos
    Art Director: Cyana DJOHER – @djohermy…[Read more]

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    Editorial # 001 : $OULCAP Shirt: Veronique Leroy - @veroniqueleroyofficiel Shorts: Yie Kim - @yiekimofficial, Totem Fashion @totemfashion Tights: Dim – @dim Shoes: Maison Ernest – @maisonernest Fashion Editor: Youness BOUMIA – @trendinfluences Photographer: Antoine BEDOS – @antoinebedos Art Director: Cyana DJOHER – @djohermystere Stylist: Gabin TRAPIER PAPAPIETRO – @gabintrp Hair: Kevin ROUX – @kevinrouxhair Makeup: Emilie ROVEYAZ – @siro2violette Model: $oulcap – @capjaroussky #editorial #soulcap #younessboumia #antoinebedos #cyanadjoher #gabintrapierpapapietro #kevinroux #emilieroveyaz #veroniqueleroy #yiekim #totemfashion #dim #maisonernest 118907585_1569937123177963_5407895045834924538_o
    Editorial # 001 : $OULCAP Shirt: Veronique Leroy – @veroniqueleroyofficiel Shorts: Yie Kim &#8
  • 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

    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    What is Fashion today? Wearing beautiful, expensive clothes we bought because we desire it, thanks to all the communication and marketing process. Nobody in Fashion wants to admit it, but this is the fact making the Fashion industry is huge. But this…[Read more]

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    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is Fashion today? Wearing beautiful, expensive clothes we bought because we desire it, thanks to all the communication and marketing process. Nobody in Fashion wants to admit it, but this is the fact making the Fashion industry is huge. But this season, the Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck, doesn\'t want to make a simple collection, but a critic from this Industry that, for the designer, is a danger for creativity. The first silhouettes can be compared to roses: beautiful but spiky. Aggressive young men walk with their armor to defend themselves. Long leather coats, jackets, bombers, have the shoulder line reinforced with 3D Spikes and oversized squared pockets used more as shields. Even the colorful sneaker get their spikes with bubble-like soles to defy gravity, as we are walking on a dangerous land. The following chapters tend to be more positive and reactive to the Fashion industry: through references from the sixties and the seventies, Walter expresses liberties liberty with joyful and psychedelic flower prints. But the most are these solid panels t-shirts with explicit public messages: \"I had Fashion Copycats,\" \"Cherish Creativity,\" \"Stop buying fast, Buy slow now.\" The message is clear: Fashion Industry improvement is still in process. Click HERE to view the full Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #waltervanbeirendonck #waltervanbeirendonckarticle #waltervanbeirendonckfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle_VIE1854_VIE1301_VIE0919_VIE1424
    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is
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    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is Fashion today? Wearing beautiful, expensive clothes we bought because we desire it, thanks to all the communication and marketing process. Nobody in Fashion wants to admit it, but this is the fact making the Fashion industry is huge. But this season, the Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck, doesn\'t want to make a simple collection, but a critic from this Industry that, for the designer, is a danger for creativity. The first silhouettes can be compared to roses: beautiful but spiky. Aggressive young men walk with their armor to defend themselves. Long leather coats, jackets, bombers, have the shoulder line reinforced with 3D Spikes and oversized squared pockets used more as shields. Even the colorful sneaker get their spikes with bubble-like soles to defy gravity, as we are walking on a dangerous land. The following chapters tend to be more positive and reactive to the Fashion industry: through references from the sixties and the seventies, Walter expresses liberties liberty with joyful and psychedelic flower prints. But the most are these solid panels t-shirts with explicit public messages: \"I had Fashion Copycats,\" \"Cherish Creativity,\" \"Stop buying fast, Buy slow now.\" The message is clear: Fashion Industry improvement is still in process. Click HERE to view the full Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #waltervanbeirendonck #waltervanbeirendonckarticle #waltervanbeirendonckfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle_VIE1854_VIE1301_VIE0919_VIE1424
    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is
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    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is Fashion today? Wearing beautiful, expensive clothes we bought because we desire it, thanks to all the communication and marketing process. Nobody in Fashion wants to admit it, but this is the fact making the Fashion industry is huge. But this season, the Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck, doesn\'t want to make a simple collection, but a critic from this Industry that, for the designer, is a danger for creativity. The first silhouettes can be compared to roses: beautiful but spiky. Aggressive young men walk with their armor to defend themselves. Long leather coats, jackets, bombers, have the shoulder line reinforced with 3D Spikes and oversized squared pockets used more as shields. Even the colorful sneaker get their spikes with bubble-like soles to defy gravity, as we are walking on a dangerous land. The following chapters tend to be more positive and reactive to the Fashion industry: through references from the sixties and the seventies, Walter expresses liberties liberty with joyful and psychedelic flower prints. But the most are these solid panels t-shirts with explicit public messages: \"I had Fashion Copycats,\" \"Cherish Creativity,\" \"Stop buying fast, Buy slow now.\" The message is clear: Fashion Industry improvement is still in process. Click HERE to view the full Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #waltervanbeirendonck #waltervanbeirendonckarticle #waltervanbeirendonckfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle_VIE1854_VIE1301_VIE0919_VIE1424
    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is
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    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is Fashion today? Wearing beautiful, expensive clothes we bought because we desire it, thanks to all the communication and marketing process. Nobody in Fashion wants to admit it, but this is the fact making the Fashion industry is huge. But this season, the Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck, doesn\'t want to make a simple collection, but a critic from this Industry that, for the designer, is a danger for creativity. The first silhouettes can be compared to roses: beautiful but spiky. Aggressive young men walk with their armor to defend themselves. Long leather coats, jackets, bombers, have the shoulder line reinforced with 3D Spikes and oversized squared pockets used more as shields. Even the colorful sneaker get their spikes with bubble-like soles to defy gravity, as we are walking on a dangerous land. The following chapters tend to be more positive and reactive to the Fashion industry: through references from the sixties and the seventies, Walter expresses liberties liberty with joyful and psychedelic flower prints. But the most are these solid panels t-shirts with explicit public messages: \"I had Fashion Copycats,\" \"Cherish Creativity,\" \"Stop buying fast, Buy slow now.\" The message is clear: Fashion Industry improvement is still in process. Click HERE to view the full Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #waltervanbeirendonck #waltervanbeirendonckarticle #waltervanbeirendonckfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle_VIE1854_VIE1301_VIE0919_VIE1424
    The New Hippie Menswear at Walter Van Beirendonck Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia What is
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Gut’s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line

    Gut’s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection…[Read more]

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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
    Gut’s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New At
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    Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Returns To The Runway With A Rock Meets Hippie Collection And A New Athleticwear Line Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets is a Japanese brand founded in 2006 by designer Cabaret Aki after graduating from Bunka Fashion College. It all started with a sleek and sexy underwear collection, which became a fully developed fashion collection for fall/winter 2008. That same collection was also the first one he presented in Milan and Tokyo Fashion Weeks. He was also invited to the Shanghai expo to represent Japan. As the brand grew, he was joined by designers Jackal Kuzu and, just this year, W Woods Showko, becoming a powerful team of designers. For the SS20 show in Tokyo last October, after a nearly seven-year hiatus from Tokyo\'s runways, the designers were back with a renewed concept. The collection had a retro, rock \'n\' roll-meets-hippie vibe, with floral dresses and printed maxi skirts shown alongside ruffled blouses, ripped jeggings, and leopard-print blazers, as well as long fringe-trimmed skirts, dresses, and ponchos. All of them were the main pieces of the first part of the show. There was a riot of color and pattern, from multicolored zigzags to a black all-over logo print over a bright pink background, which got accentuated on the second part of the show. This second part was meant to break the standards of a fashion show. The designers sent out groups of street dancers, nontraditional models (from all ages, styles, and sizes), and wrestlers wearing pieces from GCGX, the brand\'s new sports line. Heavy on logos, the main pieces were sweatsuits, T-shirts, shorts, and leggings in either black and white or red, blue, and yellow multicolored print. It was a show full of energy, contemporary style, and fun. It was the perfect way to make a great comeback to the runway. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gut\'s Dynamite Cabarets Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gutsdynamitecabarets #gutsdynamitecabaretsarticle #gutsdynamitecabaretsss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #gdcabarets #gdcabaretsarticle 107554153_1519796574858685_478531038333025718_n107995796_1519796601525349_1868661529547336746_n108986954_1519796594858683_3487380756187581899_n107901860_1519796561525353_1997296821811552137_n
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020
    D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA’s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as “feel the rain”…[Read more]

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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is ruled over one message: FEEL ALIVE. It is a project that evolves DAIWA\'s technical skills cultivated in the extreme field into urban activities. This concept has the sensibility of feeling the moment through the five senses, such as \"feel the rain\" and \"enjoy the wind,\" to feel the best moment in every sense. And that is how they want their costumers to feel like while wearing their designs. The ss20 collection presented in the lest edition of Tokyo Fashion Week included both menswear and womenswear designs. The clothes were functional and practical while also stylish and a bit futuristic, very Gen-Z oriented. Sportswear was included in all the looks, with hoodies, biker shorts, leggings, light windbreaker jackets, and wide pants as the main pieces. There were also some more elegant looks, with shirts and trenches. For the accessories, D-Vec accompanied their looks with sneakers, beanies, teva-like sandals, and phone covers hung around the neck. The color palette was varied, but each looks only included one kind of shades, such as different blue or orange tones, but not combined with a totally different color, except for some black or white pieces in a few of the looks. The show started with blue shades, then went through black and white to grey, followed by beige and camel tones of brown and then orange, purple, and red. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full D-Vec Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dvec #dvecarticle #dvecss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw #oneo #oneoarticle hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-383hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-390hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-420hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-18-octobre-419
    D-Vec Presents A Gen-Z Oriented Collection for Spring Summer 2020 D-Vec is a Japanese brand that is
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week
    Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted.…[Read more]

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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazak
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazak
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70’s Rock ‘N’ Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazak
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    Mitsuru Okazaki Brings The 70\'s Rock \'N\' Roll to Tokyo Fashion Week Mitsuru Okazaki is a Japanese designer who created his namesake brand in 2007. After a long break, he returned to work in 2016 and presented his first show in Tokyo Fashion Week for the AW18 collection. His designs are always bold, forward and unexpected, but very well crafted. Inspired by 70\'s rock \'n\' roll style, Mitsuru Okazaki presented an SS20 compact collection of slim suits and edgy separates. The primary color was black, only combined with white shapes and prints, some fuchsia pieces, and a couple of printed yellow shirts at the ends. Black unisex pantsuits were adorned with bold white shapes, such as circles, stars, arrows, guitars, or strips of cotton tape arranged in the style of a Napoleon jacket, giving contrast to the pieces. Black tank tops and bell-bottoms printed or embroidered with guitars took a literal interpretation of the theme, while bright pink satin shirts and pants with their seams on the outside made the look feel more modern. The show mixed both male and female models to show the genderless condition of the designs. Also, they owned very different looks and styles, to prove that fashion is for everybody and that Okazaki\'s collection is so, too. All of them, though, was wearing a piece of sheer fabric that covered their eyes. It was a tight collection with a clear theme, but it had enough variety and impact in just over 20 looks to make a statement and consolidate it as one of the essential brands at Tokyo Fashion Week. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Mitsuru Okazaki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mitsuruokazaki #mitsuruokazakiarticle #mitsuruokazakiss20 #ainamatamoros #rfwt #rfwtarticle #tfw hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-452hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-472hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-474hauturely_rakuten-tokyo-fashion-week-19-octobre-459
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW
    Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and…[Read more]

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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen
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    Shiatzy Chen Presents a Spring Summer Collection Inspired By The Youthful Bamboo at PFW Shiatzy Chen is a Taiwanese luxury fashion house, founded in 1978 by Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia. Often referred to as the Chanel of Taiwan, their style is neo-Chinese chic, a concept that they define as the combination of the aesthetics of Chinese clothing and handcraft with Western techniques. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Wang as one of the 25 most influential Chinese in global fashion. In 1990 the brand opened its studio in Paris. It was not until October 5th, 2008, when Shiatzy Chen debuted at Paris Fashion Week, making Wang the second Taiwanese designer to have an official show in the French capital. The SS20 collection presented in PFW last September was inspired by bamboo. As designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia said after the show, \"Bamboo plants are always young like I want my brand to be.\" She also added that they \"are very lively and have strong roots,\" which sums up the collection\'s concept and message. The youthful collection also featured the brand\'s characteristic East-meets-West flair. They were keeping the designs breezy and easy to be worn comfortably with style. Most of the looks included transparencies or short pants and skirts, combined with delicate blouses and crop tops, Teva like sandals, and branded T-shirts imitating the rock band ones. The influence of Taiwanese cultural heritage can be found among the different designs, especially in the silhouettes, the slim fit, the clean lines, and the embroidery. She also played with a particular element: the underwear as outwear. The Taiwanese influence could be noticed in the halterneck tops cut in the shape of a doudou, a piece if traditional underwear. Other elements were more subtle: some pieces presented a tone-on-tone embroidery climbing up a shirt, the form of trousers nipped at the waist, or the occasional qipao neckline. For the accessories, the bamboo and mesh shapes matched with leaf-shaped hardware buckles and gave the sandals an extra edge. The color palette included only three colors: most looks were totally black, totally white, or a mix of these two tones. Some of the looks then included some intense red or green pieces. Also, some pieces presented insect prints. Chinese poet Su Dongpo, quoted in the notes, wrote that \"without bamboo, people are vulgar.\" The saying holds true here. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Shiatzy Chen Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #shiatzychen #shiatzychenarticle #shiatzychenss20 #ainamatamoros #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3465-1569868559Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3444-1569868531Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3383-1569868408Shiatzy-Chen-RTW-SS20-Paris-3364-1569868392
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    Area Spring Summer 2020
    Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into t…[Read more]

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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
  • hauturely posted an update 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Polished but Fun at Intro by Damian Joel Spring Summer 2020
    Damian Joel showcased his SS20 in Brooklyn at the Weeksville Heritage Center, a multi-disciplinary museum dedicated to preserving the history of the 19th century local African American community.

    Damian Joe’s is a self-taught designer of Jamaican origin. His label, Intro by Damian Joel,…[Read more]

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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear
    Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970’s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the “liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France”.

    The collection featured off-white,…[Read more]

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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life”
    French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall.

    The collection was titled “An Ode To Life” with reference to “Viva la Vida,” the last artwork of…[Read more]

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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
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    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020
    When you were a kid, did you try to wear your mom’s and dad’s clothes? These funny souvenirs should inspire the young Korean designer Kim MOO HONG, as a designer to follow for the next seasons.

    The designer purposes a gender fluid and minimalism vocabulary for this collection…[Read more]

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    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you try to wear your mom\'s and dad\'s clothes? These funny souvenirs should inspire the young Korean designer Kim MOO HONG, as a designer to follow for the next seasons. The designer purposes a gender fluid and minimalism vocabulary for this collection that takes a on a Couture experimental feel. He invents new proportions and archetypes that update the oversize meaning in Fashion. New daily wear with asymmetric, and double layering but still a comfortable way. The opening look talks itself with a white shirt plays hide and seek with a shoulder line blazer, simply worn with fluid pants, white socks, and sandals. It\'s a real ode to minimalism and simplicity. It\'s not merely ready to wear. It\'s easy to wear, but making new with abstract and asymmetric constructions: sleeves lose their functional role to be embellished and by the different layers disappear to be just a mass of fabric. Silhouettes also remind Mediterranean and Asian traditional clothes: Moo Hong makes them contemporary using frayed and lamé fabric to make smooth tunic dresses and color block shirts. This is an inspiring collection that may influence the upcycling movement in Fashion. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0591-1569340095Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0758-1569340189Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0938-1569340274Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-1075-1569340358
    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you
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    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you try to wear your mom\'s and dad\'s clothes? These funny souvenirs should inspire the young Korean designer Kim MOO HONG, as a designer to follow for the next seasons. The designer purposes a gender fluid and minimalism vocabulary for this collection that takes a on a Couture experimental feel. He invents new proportions and archetypes that update the oversize meaning in Fashion. New daily wear with asymmetric, and double layering but still a comfortable way. The opening look talks itself with a white shirt plays hide and seek with a shoulder line blazer, simply worn with fluid pants, white socks, and sandals. It\'s a real ode to minimalism and simplicity. It\'s not merely ready to wear. It\'s easy to wear, but making new with abstract and asymmetric constructions: sleeves lose their functional role to be embellished and by the different layers disappear to be just a mass of fabric. Silhouettes also remind Mediterranean and Asian traditional clothes: Moo Hong makes them contemporary using frayed and lamé fabric to make smooth tunic dresses and color block shirts. This is an inspiring collection that may influence the upcycling movement in Fashion. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0591-1569340095Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0758-1569340189Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0938-1569340274Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-1075-1569340358
    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you
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    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you try to wear your mom\'s and dad\'s clothes? These funny souvenirs should inspire the young Korean designer Kim MOO HONG, as a designer to follow for the next seasons. The designer purposes a gender fluid and minimalism vocabulary for this collection that takes a on a Couture experimental feel. He invents new proportions and archetypes that update the oversize meaning in Fashion. New daily wear with asymmetric, and double layering but still a comfortable way. The opening look talks itself with a white shirt plays hide and seek with a shoulder line blazer, simply worn with fluid pants, white socks, and sandals. It\'s a real ode to minimalism and simplicity. It\'s not merely ready to wear. It\'s easy to wear, but making new with abstract and asymmetric constructions: sleeves lose their functional role to be embellished and by the different layers disappear to be just a mass of fabric. Silhouettes also remind Mediterranean and Asian traditional clothes: Moo Hong makes them contemporary using frayed and lamé fabric to make smooth tunic dresses and color block shirts. This is an inspiring collection that may influence the upcycling movement in Fashion. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0591-1569340095Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0758-1569340189Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0938-1569340274Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-1075-1569340358
    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you
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    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you try to wear your mom\'s and dad\'s clothes? These funny souvenirs should inspire the young Korean designer Kim MOO HONG, as a designer to follow for the next seasons. The designer purposes a gender fluid and minimalism vocabulary for this collection that takes a on a Couture experimental feel. He invents new proportions and archetypes that update the oversize meaning in Fashion. New daily wear with asymmetric, and double layering but still a comfortable way. The opening look talks itself with a white shirt plays hide and seek with a shoulder line blazer, simply worn with fluid pants, white socks, and sandals. It\'s a real ode to minimalism and simplicity. It\'s not merely ready to wear. It\'s easy to wear, but making new with abstract and asymmetric constructions: sleeves lose their functional role to be embellished and by the different layers disappear to be just a mass of fabric. Silhouettes also remind Mediterranean and Asian traditional clothes: Moo Hong makes them contemporary using frayed and lamé fabric to make smooth tunic dresses and color block shirts. This is an inspiring collection that may influence the upcycling movement in Fashion. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0591-1569340095Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0758-1569340189Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-0938-1569340274Moohong-RTW-SS20-Paris-1075-1569340358
    Kim Moo Hong Purposes A New Version of Tailoring for Spring Summer 2020 When you were a kid, did you
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020
    In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style.

    As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many…[Read more]

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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020
    Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making…[Read more]

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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection…[Read more]

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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for femal…[Read more]

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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her Spring/Summer 2020 collection at MBFW Berlin in the first week of July 2019. Entitled, ‘Pussy Power,’ the new collection was centered around the woman of today as a ‘modern Amazon,’ designed for strong and self-confident females. It is all for female empowerment. The fashion designer from Austria is not one to blend in with the crowd. Staying true to her eccentric and quirky reputation, Rebekka Ruétz used eye-catching neon colors and an assortment of layered materials for her creations. Mesh fabrics and fishnets contrasted with latex skirts and PVC wide-leg trousers. The makeup, hair, and accessories were just as bold as the prints, with lots of glitter, feathers, and jewelry. A couple of models wore statement t-shirts with the hashtags #mypussymychoice, #kissmyass, #letsleadnotfollow, #racehuman, and #riotsnotdiets. These declarations directly reinforced Ruétz’s message of female power and independence to the audience. Opening with a surge of pink, the models strutted down the catwalk to loud and upbeat music, giving off a punk-rock vibe. The collection moved into fluorescent colors of green and yellow, using almost every color of the rainbow. The flowing fabrics were used in the form of long dresses or skirts paired with tomboy trainers. This type of style and silhouette was feminine yet punky. It was reminiscent of a teenage rebellion phase of ‘I do what I want.’ written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #rebekkaruetzarticle #rebekkaruetzss20 #tesshardy #mbfwbarticle #hansmannpr #hansmannprarticle _DAN0536_DAN0054_DAN0024_DAN0454
    Rebekka Ruétz Spring Summer 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Rebekka Ruétz showcased her
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The…[Read more]

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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Jale Richert and Michele Beil first established their brand, Richert Beil, during 2014 in Berlin. The designer duo is well-known for using high-quality fabrics for both men and women, manufacturing clothes based on tradition and culture. The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented at MBFW Berlin in July 2019, however, was far from traditional! Located at E-Werk in Mitte, Richert Beil’s collection titled, ‘Unscharf,’ set the standards extremely high for the rest of the brands walking that week. It got off to a strong start with a voiceover highlighting the important changes in the fashion industry. References were made about the rise of gender equality, respecting and understanding humanity, ensuring better production conditions, and having esteem for the ecological climate. They reiterated how we must do all that we can with our ‘ability to improve the conditions of unstoppable climate change’ by coming up with ‘new solutions and concepts to create fashion and still save planet Earth.’ The introduction, combined with the music and set design, created an enormously powerful impact that lasted for the whole show. It was exceptional story-telling. With the main focus on jackets and coats, Richert Beil analyzed the artificially imposed differences between men and women. Male models wore dresses and tassel skirts with oversized shirts, and females wore suit jackets with bare skin showing underneath. The diverse cast of models wore gender-neutral tones of black, white, and grey. Strikingly, the models strolled slowly down the runway with shaved heads, sometimes with a long strand of hair still attached. Projected in the background was a film of the designers getting their heads shaved, collecting their hair in a bag with the words ‘there is human underneath’ on screen. The significance of this was to challenge stereotypical beauty standards, freeing themselves from external characteristics. The final model confidently walked out in a see-through PVC jacket and a black thong – his buttocks on full display. Two phones were playing the same projected video in his coat pockets. This felt a bit like a statement art exhibition. It was beautifully thought-provoking and emotional to watch. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #richertbeil #richertbeilarticle #richertbeilss20 #tesshardy #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #composerelations #composerelationsarticle _PLA0075_PLA0189_PLA0738_PLA0564
    Revolutionary Collection at Richert Beil Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their…[Read more]

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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
    hauturely posted an update
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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