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 [...]
Last week we where invited to the opening of the first Pierre Hardy store in the US, the 1400 square foot flagship store located at 30 Jane street in the west village has been chosen by Pierre Hardy as his favorite because of its intimate yet chic and lively atmosphere of this downtown neighborhood.
If you were following our fashion week reviews then you probably got a peak into Rad Hourani’s SS 2011 Collection (Collection #6) in the NYFW reviews. Rad’s press office has just sent us these great photos of his unisex transformable collection featuring 22 looks made from 6 garments. The photos are
Its not often that we stumble onto Greek fashion designers. We have reviewed amazing Greek photographers and even illustrators, but rarely fashion designer. Well the time has come to introduce Dimitris Petrou and his Sur Mesure A/W 2010-11 collection.
Here is, in exclusivity, the look book pictures of Spanish designer Gori de Palma for their Spring/Summer 2011 Collection. Entitled ‘Rat Scabies’, the construction and inspiration of this project’s concept is “punk rock”. With menswear & womenswear, this collection is his most elaborated so far…
Gilles et Dada always have creative and beautifully executed lookbooks. [FYI : that's why their lookbooks spread out all over the web]. Once again the Finnish label is showing their innovative blood for their Fall/Winter 2010 collection. Playing with geometry, the final result focuses
Amsterdam based fashion designer Femke Agema used totem poles as a starting point for latest collections, Totem, general direction of inspiration. Currently the Totem project is on exhibit at Moooi Gallery in Amsterdam and will be showing until the end of August. Below you will also find pieces of her past collections, all pretty eccentric [...]
The Fashion Exhibition Who killed the king? is the conceptual interpretation of eight fashion designers which based on the idea of a chess team, show a stage of conspiracy with the common objective of taking the King’s position. Through eight sculpted dresses in black & white (seven figures + the king)
Italian menswear brand Il Sistema Degli Oggetti, (translating to “The System of Objects”) previews some upcoming looks from its Spring/Summer 2011 collection. Inspired by African tribal culture, the collection is based on minimal designs mixed with graphics prints. ( Love their lookbook layout )
A very colorful and graphic 2011 resort collection for UK designer Peter Jensen. Peter Jensen feels he appeals to “a younger customer,” the kind of girl-woman who gets his pretty-but-perverse take on fashion…(“Chloë Sevigny in Kids,” said Jensen).