London team Art Comes First continue to combine a punk/rude boy flair to the world of fashion with their new Autumn/Winter 2016 collection. The latest pieces include leather biker jackets with houndstooth sleeves and lapels, collarless blazers, leather bags and their signature open crown hats, just to name a few. With black and grey mainly the palette, Art Comes First continues to blend the ideas of edgy and street chic. Read more […]
Russian designer, photographer and overall creative Gosha Rubchinskiy yet again lends his talents to British brand Topman for their 2016 Christmas campaign. Shot in a gritty, industrial setting that has been a staple of Rubchinskiy’s imagery, the series of photographs were also followed by a campaign video that Moscow-based Rubchinskiy also directed. This continued collaboration comes as no surprise as Gosha Rubchinskiy has lensed a number of editorials throughout the year featuring various brands. Check out the images and video below.
Supermodel and actress Cara Delevingne joins PUMA as the face of their new ‘Do You’ campaign. Directed by Rihanna, images of Delevingne strolling through New York City in various activewear pieces are also accompanied by studio shots which features the UK model flexing her fit figure.
Daughter of Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, Maya Hawke, is the star of Allsaints’ new Spring 2017 campaign. Photographing and filming Hawke in her hometown of Woodstock, NY, textures and patters of the new collection are inspired from a more rural and natural environment. The idea of freedom is also expressed as loose, flowing dresses and lace tops are presented in the campaign. The attire is complementing to the surroundings of Woodstock. Read more […]
‘RiRi’ gives a behind the scene look at her latest campaign for her Autumn/Winter 2016 FENTY PUMA by Rihanna. Shot by Willy Vandeperre, the campaign features models Fei Fei Sun, Sang Woo Kim and Cong He. Pulling inspiration from Japanese street culture, the dark themed collection was presented at New York Fashion week with a range of footwear and clothing available for both men and women. Read more […]
For his Autumn/Winter 2016 campaign, fashion designer Juun.J grabs two of Korea’s hottest commodities at the moment, G-Dragon and Taeyang. Shot by Hong Janghyun, the moody black and white imagery displays Juun.J’s collection of oversize trousers, roll neck tops and bomber jackets to name a few. The styling of the campaign is handled by Gee Eun.
Urban Outfitters and adidas have come together for their ‘We The Future’ campaign which highlights 19 creatives helping to shape the landscape of today. Shot by Petra Collins. Some of the people featured include stylist and personality Jorge Wright, model Braina Laviena, artist Carlotta Kohl, photographer Lumia Nocito and more. The two companies have also put together a short video getting to know some of the young women and men involved. You can shop the attire which include tees, joggers and tracksuits at urbanoutfitters.com.
Kendall Jenner stars in the new Fendi Autumn/Winter 16-17 campaign. The luxury brand gave a snippet of what we can expect in the coming weeks. Shot by ‘King’ Karl Lagerfeld, the imagery features Jenner draped in vibrant patterns of blue tipped with splashes of orange, with the company seemingly bringing an ice cool this coming season. You can check out the pics below. Karl. Kendall. Need we say more? The new advertising campaign for #FendiFW16 photographed by #KarlLagerfeld A photo posted Read more […]
British brand Alexander McQueen pull inspiration from the 1970s Shinjuku club environment for their Autumn/Winter 16 collection. The company enlist none other than Japanese noise band Bo Ningen, as well as model Greta Varlese for the campaign itself. Shot by Harley Weir, Bo Ningen are styled in pieces from both the men’s and women’s collection, blurring the lines of gender.
Parisian brand Givenchy give a sneak-peek at their new Autumn/Winter 2016 campaign. Gisele Bündchen and Cauã Reymond are the faces with the photography handled by Luigi and Iango. Styled by Carine Roitfeld, both models are semi-nude with the main clothing being that of the jeans. You can view more images of the campaign via Givenchy’s Instagram page.