Womenswear design this season is going through it umpteenth filtration. With the constant recycling and renovation of passed decades and trends, it’s quite a hard job to come up with a real clever twist. Androgynous fashion though, has come a long way since Marlene Dietrich and Annie Hall.
Andrew Yee and How to Spend It Magazine collaborate on a stunning editorial of baroque portrait-esque images. This ornate display of all things feminine, depict one of Fall’s biggest trends. Baroque styles have walked down the runways and posed for editorials this season but
London-based artist/photographer and recent Brighton University graduate, Rosanna Webster, is off to a dashing start with collaborations for Vogue Paris on a visual diary, AnOther, and this stunning illustrated editorial for Stamp Magazine. Desert botanical and
Dutch fashion designer Yvonne Kwok received recognition on the fashion scene when she became one of the finalists at the London Graduate Fashion Week in the Best International Collection category. Inspired by tpunk culture and marionettes,
Parsons, The New School for Design, announced their Designer of the Year award at their Annual Fashion Benefit a few weeks ago and it was no surprise to those who know of Jin Kay‘s work that he snatched up the coveted womenswear award. Kay’s presentation, pre-fall women’s ready-to-wear collection, was
Designer duo Léonie & Marius meet at the Geneva University of Art and Design and begin immediately to work together while interning at Nina Ricci with Olivier Theyskens. They founded their brand Mal-Aimée in 2010, with their first ready-to-wear collection in October of the same year.