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Latest Entries Tuesday, September 2nd 2014

Styled by Eric Waroll, edited by Daniel Haim and photographed by Hervé Coutin, this new fashion editorial contains some of the codes of Margiela: the mystery, the “factory” touch and the disguised simplicity.

Dead Poets Society goes to the drive-in in Christopher Kane’s latest ghoulish menswear collection.

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.

With the Spring season as his muse, Raf Simons delivers on his promise as a couturier at Dior and quiets his naysayers for good.

Topshop unveils their collaborative partnership with Google+ and announce that they will be streaming their Fall/Winter 2013 show live via a Google+ Hangout.

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.

Pulling inspiration from the cave drawings at Chauvet, Rochambeau’s ready-to-wear men’s fall 2013 collection melds cave drawings with utilitarian style.

Shane Gabier and Chris Peters of Creatures of the Wind balance their whimsy and consumer-mindedness for fall, but it’s their folksy roots that win out.

Creativity was overflowing this season, and the usual spring corals were shelved in favor of mini works of art for each fingernail;

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.

Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light is organized by Sarah Meister, Curator, with Drew Sawyer, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography.

Paris based fashion illustrator Caroline Andrieu publishes a new series entitled ‘Spring 2013 Couture’ illustrating the familiar faces off the Spring 2013 Couture runway shows including Lindsey Wixson, Ruby Jean Wilson and Roberta Narciso for Prada as well as many others.

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.

A stunning fashion story photographed by Matthieu Belin, originally published in LIFE Magazine.

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.

The image of the femme fatale continued with dramatic liner for a savage sex appeal that brought attention to the intensity of the eyes.

SFMoMA’s art auction to feature work by Jasper Johns, Gerhard Ritcher, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, and other major artists.

The ultimate full moon shot. Dean Potter walks a highline at Cathedral Peak as the sun sets and the moon rises.

Dolce & Gabbana sent bloomers down the runway, but that wasn’t the most shocking moment of their fall winter 2013 ready-to-wear collection. The awe-inspiring moment goes to the finale when a gaggle of models dressed in red storm the runway.

In typical Jean Paul Gaultier fashion, the designer went against the trend of the couture lines to have shown.

For the first time in the fashion house’s short history, Maison Kitsuné proudly presented its women’s collection as the guest designers at Pitti W.

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.

Cushnie et Ochs cite pilgrims and the Salem witch trials as inspirations for their FW 2013 collection, but their signature provocation stayed wholly intact.

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.

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.