Usually the words undone in fashion work as a semi-polite way to say unfinished, broken, or just no good, however Prada managed to turn it around and make undone chic and desirable.
Did someone order sugary sweet couture? If so, Alexis Mabille delivered.As his first year showing with the haute couture appellate, Mabille celebrated like a kid in a candy store.
Trends have a way of repeating themselves, and this collection seems to be a futuristic mod –perhaps what mod will look like in 2060 or 3060.
In 1996 Visionaire published its ‘Fashion Special’, and it sold out within weeks.
From Säynätsalo Town hall in Finland to The Pierres Vives building in Montpellier, France. This is the ABC of Architects.
The highly anticipated opening of Rehs Contemporary Galleries’ exhibit, “The BIG Gamble,” was beyond imagination.
Creating a narrative through the collection, Topman Design showcased their fashions through the evolving nature of one’s global journey.
This is the long-overdue interview with the man behind The Orphanage Music, a musician, an artist and a true pioneer.
Beginning in May, MCA Denver presents a new exhibition and corresponding program series showcasing contemporary Mexican art and culture.
Emporio Armani managed to create a not-so-future futuristic look Fall. Managing to strike an almost unfathomable mix of pragmatism with a hint of the future, the pieces utilize a mix of textures, sheens, and colors.
Espionage inspiration is kind of a funny one. For a career that wants you to blend in, fashion designers who use the spy world as inspiration sure make it difficult.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then you’ve just read 11,000 of them. A novella of sorts. This story has to count for more, once you see how Corrado Dalco perfectly captures the vibrant Ilaria Pozzi. It’s difficult to focus.
The Selby’s continuous journey which explores homes & studios around the world have finally paid a visit to Louboutin’s home and studio in Paris, France.
Street-style photographer Roza Sinaysky went wondering throughout the streets of Paris to document some of the outstanding moments in Fashion Week.
Photographed by the very talented Jakob Wagner, “Above Gobi” is a breathtaking series shot at Gobi Desert, China and Mongolia throughout 2013.
In typical Moschino style, a juxtaposing collection went down the runway and worked beautifully. This year’s contrasting theme melded opulence with the everyday.
Dead Poets Society goes to the drive-in in Christopher Kane’s latest ghoulish menswear collection.
Jose Guizar has put together a new creative project titled “Windows of New York”, a weekly fix of an obsession that has been developed by the designer since he was put in our town.
For Fall, Patrik Ervell gave us equal measures of his Swedish and Californian self. In design parlance, it means he feels most at home designing outerwear, and he surely gave his gents some thrilling offers.
Don Oehl developed his illustrations through fashion, movement, shapes, and color—all with a wink.
Unveiling look after look, the inspiration of Gucci’s fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection was clear.
Alexandre Herchcovitch takes us on a walk through his maternal, cosmic garden, but sidesteps his own innovation with an unfortunate taste for color.
Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light is organized by Sarah Meister, Curator, with Drew Sawyer, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography.
Nicholas Kirkwood becomes first accessories designer to win the award.
The weather may not have been in Marc Jacob’s favor, but that didn’t stop him from mounting what would be New York Fashion Week’s piece de resistance.