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Alexander Wang’s collection for Spring Summer 2014 was provocative, fun and witty and seemed more like a branding exercise for the designer. Wang was clearly highly influenced by his teenage years in the 90’s when the designers were all about logo-mania.
Victoria Beckham showed during New York Fashion Week one of her best collections thus far for Spring/Summer 2014. She described the collection as a boy-meets-girl affair which she embraced through the minimalist aesthetic of white shirts, camisole tops, dresses over pants and men's tailoring.
Alber Elbaz stated before the show that “proportion is fashion” and that pretty much summarized what Lucas Osendrijver and himself presented for Lanvin Fall/Winter 2013 collection.
Definitely a strong collection from Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren , the Dutch duo extraordinaire presented a black and white collection for Fall/Winter 2013 of less theatrical and more wearable creations.
Golden-girl of print Mary Katrantzou teamed with Moncler for the Moncler M collaboration.Together their creations are as gorgeously constructed to guard against the cold as they are compelling.
Penelope Cruz and her sister, Monica Cruz, have designed their debut lingerie line for Agent Provocateur addressed to even naughtier girls. The debut L'Argent collection features a selection of bra and brief sets, suspenders, basques and babydolls, in silk, satin, lace and Point d'esprit tulle.
The Chilean born, New York based designer Pola Thomson’s new collection, Collection #8 AW’13 is composed of 20 looks inspired by the sensation of experimenting with vast and monumental landscapes.
Alexander Wang found inspiration for Balenciaga Resort 2014 in the house’s archives in the small coastal town of Getaria in Spain. Alike his last collection Wang remained reverent to the legacy of Balenciaga and respectful to the house’s codes.
Bottega Veneta's S/S 2014 collection is a portrait of business class style and relaxed luxury. The show began with a man in a grey flannel suit that sparked visions of the late 1950’s that were all about ultra-cool Rat Pack vibe.
Vibrant, exotic, glamorous – these signature themes in Mario Testino's imagery translate perfectly to the photographer's debut collection for his Peruvian not-for-profit initiative, MATE. A collection that is as collectable as his iconic pictures.