Italian luxury brand Gucci and artist Ignasi Monreal come together for the new Gucci Hallucination collection. Combining surrealism, classicism and the modern digital sensibility, Monreal has transformed shots of models wearing pieces from Gucci collections into illustrious paintings that are featured on tees and sweatshirts. Read more […]
Maison Kitsuné and South Korean brand ADER error have come together for a new capsule collection. Keeping the pieces minimal yet sporty, the collection includes oversized tees, a jacquard sweater, wide-legged jeans and an athletic bomber jacket, just to name a few. The vibrant attire coincides perfectly for the summer.
The team at Louis Vuitton are no strangers to delivering gorgeously shot fashion films. Enlisting filmmaker Gordon Von Steiner for their latest video ‘The Spirit of Travel’, Louis Vuitton present their latest collection of handbags with Emma Stone starring as the lead. Filmed among a golden mountainous landscape, Stone drives around in a convertible whilst making pit stops to stroll the terrain with various LV bags on her arm.
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.
Fashion brand BOSS give a teaser of their new spring/summer 2016 womenswear collection. Keeping the clothing minimal and elegant, fringe skirts coincide with sleeveless, lace tops, whilst the vibrant micro-pleated organza dress make for the ultimate streamlined spring attire. The company have also inducted the patchwork edition BOSS Bespoke bag into the collection as one of the highlights.The spring/summer 2016 womenswear campaign stars model Anna Ewers. Read more […]
Luxury brand Louis Vuitton recently presented their 2016 Cruise Collection with a show by Nicolas Ghesquière at the Desert Modernism in Palm Springs. The company has shared a few select images from the catwalk with attire spanning across the territories of Victorian/goth to 70s glamour. Guests of the event included Adèle Exarchopoulos, Miranda Kerr, Catherine Deneuve and more. Read more […]
Playful and cheeky, creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon join forces yet again with TOILETPAPER Magazine to produce the vibrant KENZO fall/winter 2014 campaign. Placed somewhere between a mystery-filled David Lynch film and an acid trip through wonderland, Guinevere Van Seenus and Robbie McKinnon take the leading roles as models. The set was designed by Andrew Ondrejcak which compliments KENZO’s bright and splashing clothing. Read more […]