Once upon a time, Ulyana Sergeenko sent a fairy tale themed collection down the runway. The time? Her Spring 2013 couture collection. And the place was none other than Paris.
Marc by Marc Jacobs gives the week the shake-up it needed with a much appreciated bolt of fun, light-hearted energy.
It’s hard to pinpoint the best words to describe the collection. It had touches of athletic wear, mixes of downtown cool, and even an almost Amish accessory.
Defining designers of the 20th and 21st centuries and their most remarkable works.
Versace men’s ready-to-wear collection may as well have just been called the show with the lingerie for men.
Art as practiced by M/M (Paris) is a cumulative affair, spreading from medium to medium in a process of endless expansion.
South Korean designer Minju Kim named winner of H&M Design Award.
For her third haute couture show, Donatella Versace strikes an unprecedented chord: luxurious daywear – front and center.
A closer look at Jens Ullrich, a Berlin-based artist, best recognized for his gatherings of old newspaper that turn into abstract compositions.
Mocci’s work spans from illustration to graphic design. Her work is influenced by minimalism of black and white as well as the “chaotic beauty and mystery of the universe.”
Giles manages to somehow combine all three into a beautiful showing of flowy Edwardian gowns mixed with elements of the darker side of fashion.
Dutch artist Theo Jansen specializes in building large mechanisms out of PVC that are able to move on their own, known as “Strandbeest.”
Paul Surridge serves up a Z Zegna collection of merry wanderers, risk-takers and romantics.
In the past twenty years, design has branched out in new directions, galvanizing young practitioners, sparking novel business models, and attracting worldwide attention.
A massive illuminated globe, with the CC logos shining on all of the store locations across the world, sat in the center of the catwalk and visually highlighted the force that Chanel is.
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.
Ranging from an armored gauntlet in a First World War poster by Ludwig Hohlwein to glistening talons advertising Japanese nail polish in the 1980s, the disembodied hands in this exhibition salute, menace, manipulate, and caress.
The work of Angel Olsen is entirely her own: a raw, glowing sound that stands out now just as much as it did in 2010.
A short film about Leonardo Da Costa, a lighthouse keeper stationed in Cabo Polonio, a remote cape in a stretch of Uruguayan coastline rich in shipwrecks and sunken treasures.
Peter Dundas had had enough. In Emilio Pucci’s fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection, blues, tans, and whites fluttered down the runway in a plethora of fabrics and textures soothing the malaise of winter.
In less than a week Rehs Contemporary Galleries will open its doors to premiere “THE BIG GAMBLE”, a gallery exhibition featuring talents from the Ani Art Academies.
Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present All You Can Eat, solo exhibition by Tilt.
Explore New York City through Carsten Witte’s lens: a stunning set showcasing the architectural photographs taken by Carsten Witte of New York City.
Vampy, moody nails continued to show up in this season’s collections; dark elegance complimented simple refinement with a savage glamour worthy of long standing popularity.
Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light is organized by Sarah Meister, Curator, with Drew Sawyer, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography.