Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
Mixed media in fashion has been a huge editorial trend, especially in the last year, and it’s always great to see labels adapt these ideas into their branding.
From their studio in Berlin to their factory in Switzerland, Stefan Rechsteiner and Patrick Rüegg believe that design and manufacturing coexist. It’s the vision behind their new footwear label, Velt.
As with all her previous collections, Stefanie Biggel‘s newest look book brings to life another illustrated fantasy in the form of fabrics, colours and textures.
Neue Werkstatt has a distinctive minimalistic design aesthetic that runs throughout their industrial products and their lookbook.
It’s been more than 20 years since Jenna Lyons, creative director, started her revolution of the J.Crew brand.
Bringing the edge back in to street tailoring & urban chic is Juun J.
New York based design studio RoAndCo created the brand aesthetic for footwear company Loeffler Randall.
A high school that no girl would dream of missing a day was set up to frame British brand’s Tata Naka A/W ’13 lookbook.
Humoring us with its absurdity, we present Peter Jensen’s latest lookbook, which features Menswear for Spring/Summer ’14 as well as Womens Resort for ’14.
“Everything I Have From My Mother” is the title of Polish fashion designer Domi Grzybek’s F/W 2013-14 collection.
Spanish brand Delpozo, presented its F/W ’13 collection on February 10th and then, the lookbook followed.
Dion Lee recently was named Australia’s winner of the International Woolmark Competition.