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Lovuee's new Autumn Winter was inspired by Art Deco, where Designer has combined the opposing concepts of Volume and Flatness, Silence and Movement to create a feminine yet voluminous woman. Most of the dresses were made of wool jersey to best conveys the delicate features of a woman while accentuating the full figure curves of a woman's hip. Pieces such as the jackets and coats also portray the woman to have structure as well as fluid movement through the contrast of the fitted waist line which then trickles into the curvature at the hip. By comparison, designer decided to put more detail on the flat framework so that you can see the disparity of the different styles being combined. Bodice is divided by simple squared shapes while the asymmetric panels were used for the flares and peplums that also have a beautiful bounce when strutting around in. There's something whimsical when seeing these looks are being walked up and down the runway.
ECKE is a collaboration between Tiziano Colombi, an architect based in Milan (IT) and Liat Annina Polishuk, a pattern cutter based in London (UK). Not being fashion designers allowed us to explore the boundaries of menswear in a casual wearable manner. Our mutual love for well cut, casual and minimal clothes resulted in ECKE.
A mesmerising 3D computer coded butterflies, birds and fish, all giving a surreal approach of my Spring/Summer collection. This sub-collection is about the dichotomy that we all experience as human beings: feelings versus reason, nature versus culture. For this collection, the background layers are created organically. They are an expresion of the warm blood that circulates in our veins, that makes us humans, what makes us passionate beings. The geometrical layers on the top are carefully composed with Processing, a computer programme made for artists. They represent our logical pragmatic mind, the one that makes us take appropriate decisions. Like us, the different layers of the designs cannot live without one another, they are interlinked and evolve together, sometimes in opposition, to make the print perfectly balanced, like us humans.
Fashion film for NAMAMI´s collection "All Your Radiance"
Jewelry by Namami's
Creative Direction & Editing: Johannes König
Hair & Make Up: Michaela Kireta
Music: Ginger & The Ghost - One Type Of Dark
Styling: Nadja König
Transit 5:35#50" - circling day and night - fast lights flashing to rhythm and speed - Rush hour 5:35#50" - circling day and night - fast lights flashing to rhythm and speed - Rush hour People running by - first steps to be taken - the temperature is rising and so is the air - Transit Young couples, like twins in a bad romance. Dark glasses, too bright to be see with. Hakan and Erkan are still good looking. Listen. Bang IT. Turn IT. Zip IT.
Emelrave: Markus Binder & Emil Beindl
Directed: Mario Kiesenhofer
Models: Katharina & Christoffer
Hair & Make-up: Anna Klobassa
'LENA' is a creative installment between Laur Dillen Storms and Wim Bruynooghe, presenting the designer's 2013 Master collection and capturing its poetic nature. 'LENA' , which stars Belgian model/actress Delfine Bafort and transgender pioneer Corinne van Tongerloo, is Laur's fashion film debut and was first shown in front of an international jury at the Axel Vervoordt Gallery in Antwerp, Belgium.
Sprayfun takes off with the launch of OMO. This collection has been inspired by the Omo Valley tribes, and the magic of nature. It evokes the beautiful connection and unity people create with the others and their environment. We invite you to close your eyes, smell the sea and take off from the ground as you experience the oversized, pure shapes crafted using hand sprayed prints on 100% Linen. A very down to earth collection which has beautiful colors, a hint of voodoo and a lot of comfort. enjoy your trip
Film by: Bruno Mendes
Styling: Breno Votto
Beauty: Carla Birirba
Model: Caroline Kauer
model: Amandha Gaio
photograph: Karla Gironda
concept: Heloisa Strobel Jorge
beauty: Mateus Loureiro
soundtrack: Rodrigo Lemos
Gaspard de la nuit, or the "treasurer of the night", is the title of three poems written by Aloysius Bertrand in 1842. In 1908, Ravel took those poems and translated them into oneiric and intrincated music, creating one of the most challenging piano pieces that ever existed. I based my collection mainly on his music, I created meticulous metal rings laces to evoke the fast chords and long chain fringes to evoke the soft arpeggios. Being Gaspard's original form Gizbar, a Persian word, I also found pertinent to use some some odalisque inspiration alla Poiret and Ballets Russes. Thousands of metal rings and hundreds of chains later, I present my most elaborated and detailed collection so far.
Fashion film by David Joosten & Hellen van Rees, for Spring/Summer'14. The short film has a minimalist character and focuses on the appearance of slightly out of sync mirroring effects. The music was created especially for the film by Dotlights.
A Short Film for the S/S 14 Collection 'Nigredo E'poche' from London Based Designer Gabriella Marina Gonzalez
Cast: Billie Turnbull
Director: Matthew D'Urban-Jackson
Camera: Matthew D'Urban-Jackson, Nathan Claridge
Beauty: Davinia Ayala
Wardrobe: Ardnt Stobba
Original Score: Sam Joseph Andrews
All Accessories hand made in England by Gabriella Marina Gonzalez
Dioralop: Andreja Bistričić & Maja Merlić
Camera: René Batišta, Mario Topić
Edit/Post: René Batišta
Music: Neven Jurić
Writing: Ana Rajićs, Anja Bistričić
Make-Up: Ana Rajić
Models: Lovro Periša, Josipa Harmicar
Mario Salvucci is making a new spider brooch in his studio in the company of his dog, Whistle. When the jewel is finished, he takes a moment to meditate on the creation he just did. While he’s taking a look at the spider, he closes his eyes and the spider start to move... Premiered at A SHADED VIEW OF FASHION FILM (ASVFF) 6 during Paris Fashion Week.
Damien Ravn's SS14 collection takes off where SS13 ended, in the rising contemporary art- and architecture styles of early 20th century Europe. Main influences are Raymond Duchamp-Villon and André Mare's Maison Cubiste from the 1912 Salon d'Autumne, International Expressionist architecture and the Amsterdam School.
Big voluminous silhouettes - all cut in one pattern piece - are draped and molded in in hi-tech 3D spacers, bonded leather, nylons and custom Swarovski crystal motifs. Derived from the first colour photography by James Clerk Maxwell, colours arrive in black, plum, beige, hues of blue and silver transparency.
Directed and music composed by Milan Formánek, camera and edit by Merge Studio.
Her winter coat blossoms with her, her evening dress transforms into functional clothing. Her swimwear plunges once into tropic waters, then into an icelandic pond. There's snow around, but her soul is warm. She breathes warm moist air, but her thoughts are cool. A long road lies ahead, but the journey is the destination. She doesn't feel tied. She goes against the current. Merino wool and bamboo are her second skin. Geometric cuts follow her silhouette, materials are used to the last piece. She can't say more. She must move on.
Along the last few years internet has changed the human relationships, the perception of the environment and even the way we listen to music, but still the essence of things remains untouched. Bounce collection uses this concept to transfer the music to the clothing, making use of Soundcloud waves as an inspiration, particularly a Justin Timberlake's song visualized digitally and looped. The analogical is also represented through handmade draws of mystic and musical inspiration digitally printed. The highlights of this collection are the reversible garments, shirts, scarfs and the classic track-suit bottoms, using materials such as quilting and ribbing in this occasion.
Shoop Clothing presents #ǝɔunoq
Video: Alejandro Cascallana
Starring: Jazz Jamieson
Edurne (View Management)
Look Book: Matias Uris
Hair & Makeup: Vicente Guijarro
Introducing Fony, a contemporary label of minimal street wear staples. Tar, bleach, night, gravel, sand, aluminum, salmon, mint, river, dirt and stone. Fony constructs this palette into a modular urban wardrobe, which is eminently wearable, with some unisex elements. Unique silhouettes meld casual ease with modern geometry -- This is the core of Fashion Origins New York. This is Fony. Fo' New York