Leave it to the French to make a beautifully styled video game magazine. Amusement Magazine has come out with its 12th issue, themed “Net Effect”, with yet another striking fashion editorial. The first collaboration between photographer Ben Sandler and design team Bonsoir Paris, this edgy spread is entitled “Analogic”.
Inspired by science fiction and old Hollywood movies, the young Danish designer Julie Eilenberger introduces her latest work. A knitted sweater, a crochet bathing suit and an oversize jacket, make up her gorgeous latest collection. Currently completing her thesis in Berlin, Julie has already shown in 3 Berlin Fashion Weeks and completed a collection for […]
Coinciding with the London Fashion in Film Festival (1 – 12 December), Flash Projects in London is exhibiting iconic original vintage photographs by Jean Clemmer, exploring fantasy, sensuality and haute couture in 1960s Paris.
I couldn’t believe it the first time I heard about it, but now I can tell that fashion and science can sometime be a great mix…A Spanish fashion designer, Manel Torres has developed the world’s first spray-on clothing that can be worn, washed and worn again. Clothing in a can! Are you ready for this […]
“Our designs exist to reflect the integrity of a woman and resonate her unique individualism” says Gary Theodore, one half of the designer duo that makes up Australian (Melbourne) label Scanlan and Theodore, which led the pair to collaborate with model Erin Wasson and counter-culture photographer Nan Goldin f0r the breezy new spring/summer look book.
It was only a matter of time before cult street-wear chain store Urban Outfitters collaborated with someone like the former Warhol artist Stephen Shore, who is known for his saturated images of mundane scenes and objects in the United States. Shore is largely responsible for the
Australian born photographer Sam Bisso worked with the likes of Vogue, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar as well as brands such as Escada, Levi’s and Swarovski. Bisso is definitely a photographer to keep a look out for in the future as he is bound to make his mark on the fashion circuit even more prominent.
Inspired by a father’s oversized jackets, school uniforms, the melding of generations, themes of abandonment and renewal and American poet Walt Whitman, Australian label Mjölk’s Autumn/Winter collection encapsulates the Depression-era art scenes in New York with its moody Autumn tweed, parkas, varsity jackets and knits (with a little nod to Holden Caulfield with the hunting […]
Copenhagen based brand Uncommon Creatures recently put up their gorgeous autumn/winter 2010 collection for men. The duo behind the brand describe their silhouette as “avant-garde and raw while keeping a high degree of simplicity”. Not only is the collection gorgeous, the look book is also wonderfully styled to really help you understand what the brand […]
Art Director David James and his company have been behind the images portrayed of a horizon of celebrities, fashion houses, publishers and musicians for over a decade now. According to his website, this is the first and only time his work that his body of work has been shown back to back in chronological order. […]