In support of small shoe workshops in Shibuya, One of Trendland’s favorite Japanese artist Nendo has designed a ’skirt-shoe’. With material draped over the heel part of simple pumps and sandals, the brand used
Contemporary avant-garde men’s collection, J’ai mal à la tête, combines looks for both men and women in high quality fabric and androgynous silhouettes. The label’s Fall Winter 2014/15 lookbook showcases the street-inspired styles amidst a dark backyard setting.
German fashion designer Melitta Baumeister believes in pushing the boundaries of traditional fashion design by challenging the very process of textile construction with a line of silicone molded garments.
Stone becomes fabric in Swiss designer Stéphanie Baechler‘s latest collection. Inspired by the structural and surface properties of rocks, gems and ores, Baechler’s “Lodonite” is as sculptural and rigid as
Marit Fujiwara’s art is exquisite. It is delicate, intricate, handmade, visually appealing, and it is wearable. This incredibly original designer comes from a mixed heritage of Brazilian, Norwegian and Japanese cultures; she moved to London age 19, where she lived and worked for the last ten years before recently returning to Brazil. In the UK, she…
Hannah Duckworth Written by Guest Blogger Adrien Book Rome wasn’t built in a day. Likewise, Stella McCartney and Christopher Bailey didn’t become big successes overnight. Similarly to many aspiring designers, they earned their stripes during Britain’s Graduate Fashion Week, which is celebrating its 21st birthday this year.
The Royal Academy of Antwerp end-of-year fashion show. June 7,8,9 Doors: 7pm Hangar 29, Rijnkaai 150, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium More Info