• Marine Serre RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    Marine Serre may very well be the new model for what a designer starting her own brand in today's complex fashion/geo-political/digital/hyperconnected world. It's not enough to bring just good designs to the table, so Serre showed up, just two years ago, ready to engage on all relevant levels. She had logo-ready iconography; references to sport, street and societal/cultural awareness, and ideas on how to confront the fashion's eco system of excess and waste in a proactive way. She also had very good designs.
    Serre's spring collection marked an expansion and escalation of strategy...
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  • The Top 7 Trends From Milan Fashion Week Spring 2019

    The Top 7 Trends From Milan Fashion Week Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By Fashionista

    Gucci and Bottega Veneta may have been missing from the show schedule, but the big names at Milan Fashion Week still had a lot to say for Spring 2019. Standout moments included Prada's raver-fantasy-meets-retro-schoolgirl collection, Fendi's luxe athleisure, Missoni's 65th birthday...
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  • Afterhomework RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    For Afterhomework's first show on the official Paris schedule, design duo Pierre Kaczmarek and Elena Mottola reached out to accessories designer Isaac Reina to create the boxy leather bags that peppered the models' looks.
    “He works with Raf Simons for Calvin Klein,” Kaczmarek said backstage, visibly excited. “It was important to us to work with people like him, because we need their support and experience to grow. We've never been to fashion school.”
    Billing themselves as the youngest designers on the fashion calendar, the duo presented grown-up versions of previous offerings in black...
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  • Gucci RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    Do you ever long for the good old days in fashion? You know, when all a girl and boy had to do to get attention was carry their own heads in their hands? Life is more complicated now. Now, they create their own experimental theater, inspired by a grainy, creepy-chic silent film by Seventies' experimental theater impresarios Leo de Berardinis and Perla Peragallo, about a girl with black eyes who looks like a Gucci girl on a bad acid trip, and who freshens up with a splash of urinal water. Thus inspired, they create their own performance-art world populated by the likes of Janis Joplin and a...
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