Taking inspiration from icons of the past to images in nature, artists created looks on the runway that made a serious statement.
Riccardo Tisci will continue his reign at Givenchy. Givenchy extended Tisci’s contract for another three years showing faith in the creative director’s vision, designs, and business plans.
Ruins in Reverse is the result of a curatorial collaboration between Tate Modern in London and the Museo de Arte de Lima in Peru, a partnership which will be celebrated by a new commission from José Carlos Martinat.
Cacharel cancelled their February runway show at Paris Fashion Week. Having announced a brand repositioning in November 2012, the news isn’t too shocking.
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.
Menswear can be very tricky. Walking a fine line of pushing the design creatively enough while still remaining functional enough to make people want to buy and wear the clothes.
Sending us on a Turkish adventure, Armani styled and designed dresses to be worn over pants with prints and patterns that seemed perfect for perusing a market in Istanbul.
In light of the recent public outcry over Henry Moore’s public sculpture ‘Old Flo’, Tate Britain invites a panel to discuss ‘Who owns public art?’.
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.”
This awesome illustrated and pretty educational activity book follows Gramps and Kiddo on an amazing journey through the history of graphic design.
Peter Philips, Creative Director of Chanel Makeup prepped skin with Hydra Beauty Serum Hydration Protection Radiance, bringing light to the skin; “Shine is beautiful for the summer,” Lagerfeld said.
A closer look at Jens Ullrich, a Berlin-based artist, best recognized for his gatherings of old newspaper that turn into abstract compositions.
Subtlety and Versace go together like pickles and peanut butter. One doesn’t wear Versace to blend in, nor does one eat P&P for a bland sandwich.
Jil Sander’s second season back at her namesake brand had her turning back to the basics of simple lines and exquisite tailoring.
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.
Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.
Historically the only rival to royal families in opulence could be the ecclesial world of yesteryear, which is what Burton used as inspiration for the Alexander McQueen ready-to-wear fall 2013 collection.
Paul Surridge serves up a Z Zegna collection of merry wanderers, risk-takers and romantics.
Another New York Fashion Week designer has decided not to show his collection in February.
In this weeks artist spotlight we focus on Canadian graphic designer & illustrator Amanda Mocci.
Jean Paul Gaultier created a re-edition line featuring some of his favorite and most iconic pieces from over the years. His pre-fall 2013 designs feature “classic” pieces that have been updated to make them more wearable and workable.
Defining designers of the 20th and 21st centuries and their most remarkable works.
Silence, a landscape photo series captured by Claire Droppert. This breathtaking project aims to express simplicity and minimalism and was shot around the world from locations such as Paxos, Greece and Montejaque, Spain.
A stunning fashion story photographed by Matthieu Belin, originally published in LIFE Magazine.
The North Borders is a long stride forward – both a natural evolution and a continuation of the electronic palette of Black Sands.