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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.
In 1852, Napoleon’s wife, the Empress Eugénie, hired the young Louis Vuitton as personal trunk-maker and packer. Since then the Art of Packing has expanded and its legend has lived on. Over one and a half centuries ago, a young Louis Vuitton arrived in Paris and began his career as an apprentice in the workshop of a trunk-maker and packer.
Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld took the house on vacation and led his models to Singapore to show the 2013-2014 cruise collection just exactly a century since Mademoiselle Chanel opened her first boutique in Deauville. What better place for a cruise collection to show than Singapore...
“My body is a temple…but my body likes getting trashed”.Project 104’s debut collection explores the irony of this in technicolor shrineography. Leading to the question…Which shrine are you?
The French fashion giant Louis Vuitton has been known for creativity and innovation as well as for their stylish projects. This time LV crafted a special 'zoo' on the occasion of the opening of its new flagship store in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.
Tomas Maier presented his Fall 2013 RTW collection for the house of Bottega Veneta during Milan’s Fashion Week. The classic well cut garments brought to mind the New Look of the late 40s and early 50s...
Youngwon Kim, is a graduate at London College of Fashion with an MA in Fashion Footwear. For her graduate collection she designed architectural shoes that pushed the boundaries of form to a great extent.
Riccardo Tisci unveiled his Pre-Spring Men’s collection for 2014. This collection was a mix of flower power, camouflage, plaid, flames and even a guest appearance of Bambi. For the ones who have followed Tisci’s collections for Givenchy you can easily spot the strong references to his women’s’ show for Fall/Winter 2013..
Not in their wildest dreams could the instigators of the Punk movement in the 1970s have imagined that their anti-establishment code of life, fashion and music would have become a form of inspiration for the high end luxury fashion industry.