DKNY is celebrating with modern woman moving through the streets of New York City in their latest Fall 2017 campaign. Enlisting model and actress Emily Ratajkowski as the star, weaving between sportswear for those work out and athletic moments and Downtown chic for the sultry night, the images lensed by Sebastian Faena features Ratajkowski trekking around Manhattan in various settings, all reflective of the Big Apple. Read more […]
HUGO by Hugo Boss recruit an A-list of entertainers with their latest Autumn/Winter 2017 campaign shot by Harley Weir. MIA is among the lot which also includes Jamie Campbell Bower, Lisa and Lena, Tony Ward and more.
The fashion company have pulled inspiration from David Lynch and Mark Frost’s drama Twin Peaks which features a sharp collection of tailored suiting, animal print bomber jackets, multi-print sweaters and overcoats.
A fairground in California serves as the backdrop for the vibrant campaign.
Dr. Martens celebrate the beauty of diversity with their latest ‘Worn Different’ campaign. Highlighting a wide array of people from all age groups, genders and walks of life, the company have placed a spotlight on artists and athletes including DJ and producer Oneman, pro-wakeboarder Liam Peacock, singer and artist Seven, as well as post-punk musician and journalist John Robb of The Membranes. Dr. Martens have also shared a video to accompany the campaign which states that there is no wrong or right way of wearing their product. We surely commend the company for their latest efforts at showcasing a diverse line-up.
The CMMN SWDN company have brought a vibrant flair to their latest Spring/Summer 2018 collection, dubbing it ‘Tropical Deco’. The pastel attire is a bridge between the past and present as splashing patterns decorate shirts, with relaxed trousers drawing from a 70s inspiration. There are also tracksuits and multi-striped coats added to the collection giving it a definite pop.
Italian designer Alberta Ferretti enlists fashion photographer Tim Walker to shoot her autumn/winter 17 campaign. Shot in London, the campaign features models Lineisy Montero, Kiki Willems and Lexi Boling. Keeping the pieces elegant, the idea of the models as goddesses are the inspiration behind the visuals with the clothes being presented front and center, as each shot remains clean, simple and polished. Have a look. Read more […]
KENZO celebrates the Igbo community of Nigeria with their 2017 Summer collection. Teaming up with artists Ruth Ossai and Akinola Davies Jr for a collaborative project in which the images will be featured in the first edition of the KENZO Folio, the vibrant attire coincide a beauty pageant which include a number of Nsukka women. The stunning photography is captured by Ruth Ginika Ossai, with the styling handled by Ibrahim Kamara. Read more […]
Whilst the lacking of diverse models has been a topic for years in the fashion world, recently various brands have been making attempts at providing a wider range of models for their campaigns. Swedish brand Acne Studios are celebrating diversity with their Spring/Summer 17 campaign shot by Paolo Roversi. Rather than using models to showcase their new collection, the company have chosen to spotlight various artists, musicians, etc. of Middle Eastern heritage. Fatima Al Qadiri, Hayv Kahraman, Read more […]
adidas Original have unveiled their new spring/summer 2017 lookbook lensed by fashion photographer Juergen Teller. Shot in Berlin, the company places an emphasis on functionality with the line including reinterpretations of the 90s model Equipment runner, windbreakers, jumpers, women’s mesh dresses and leggings. The collection bridges what the brand considers to be essentials whilst presenting a fashionable street wear sensibility. Read more […]
Fashion brand John Elliott have enlisted fashion photographer Patrick Maus to shoot their latest spring/summer 2017 campaign entitled ‘Watching Water’. Nature serves as the backdrop to the shoot that features minimal and streamlined men and women’s basics, vibrant biker jackets and Japanese dry process denim jeans. The images simultaneously flaunt subtlety and beauty with a series of earth tone warmth. Read more […]
Sure American company Calvin Klein has weight among the US elite of brands, but let’s face it, they were in a bind with both capturing the younger buyers whilst still appealing to the older clientele. With Raf Simmons now at the helm as Chief Creative Director of the company, that’s sure to change. It’s quite evident that Simmons is tying the knot between traditional American style of the past with the possibilities of the modern and future, and the latest made-to-order ‘Calvin Klein By Appointment’ Read more […]