- Stay connected. Get notified when new items are published
- Subscribe to this category
Azzedine Alaïa showed his new collection for Fall/Winter 2013 at a private viewing at the designer’s headquarters after the end of Paris Fashion Week. That has become an original strategy of his, and one that reflects his ambiguous relationship with the modern fashion world, where more is always better and creativity runs on a tight schedule.
Minnie Mouse recently visited Paris and Alber Elbaz’s studio on Faubourg Saint Honoré to pick up her Lanvin gown, exclusively made for her on the occasion of her 20th Anniversary in France.
Designer Michiel Cornelissen was inspired by the icons of Russian folk art and more specifically by Matryoshka Dolls to create the 3D Mesh Matryoshkas for Dutch design publisher Soonsalon.
The redesign project of the interior of the MIRO Store in downtown Kolonaki was recently undertaken by Stavros Papagiannis of Stage Design Office. Already a store renowned for its simple elegance, the design intervention by Mr Papagiannis added a further sleek aesthetic to the space.
Kris van Assche is looking to the future and he is ready to break all the rules. The designer firstly worked for Dior Homme in 2001 and for six years as an assistant to Hedi Slimane before he started his own label. Three years after that van Assche came back to Dior to take over the position of artistic director after Slimane’s departure-now creative director of Saint Laurent Paris.
Recently shown in New York, the Donna Karan Runway Collection Fall 2013 is a glorious range of garments which takes the urban female effortlessly from day to evening. In a basic colour palette of black, grey and warm brown, with just a hint of camel, Donna Karan maintains her status of knowing how to dress the woman of today...
SENSE Magazine brings this first look at the 2013 Supreme x COMME des GARCONS SHIRT collaboration which is modeled by skate legend Jason Dill and New York downtown queen Chloe Sevigny.
Michael Schmidt a designer from NYC and architect Francis Bitonti created a 3D-printed dress for burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese. It was the first time ever that a fashion design conceived and engineered in powdered nylon by the revolutionary process of 3D printing can move like a textile.
It takes a lot of courage to intervene to a reputable brand's logo especially when it comes to no other than Yves Saint Laurent. Once it was first announced that newly appointed creative director Hedi Slimane would rebrand the established house of what is now known as Saint Laurent...
Countless mirrored spheres reflecting the floor, painted sky-blue with fluffy white clouds set the magic. The space enveloped the audience in a dreamlike world that was a little surrealist, a little weird and quite mesmerizing.