JC De Castelbajak's Spring Summer 2011 is unbelievably cute! The collection has playful prints and colors. We loved it!
Sunday, February 20, 2011
French shoe designer Benoît Méléard, who designed footwear for the likes of Loewe, Helmut Lang, Jeremy Scott and Alexander McQueen, for Spring Summer 11, inspired from the 50s American designer Beth Levine;
The result is an artful mix of style. We loved it, hope you enjoy it.
Photographer Mara Zampariolo and stylist Ornella Jong reunite for an haute couture story called "God Save The Queen", featuring the work of Alexandre Vauthier, Maxime Simoens, Stephane Rolland, Dary’s and Christophe Josse inspired by Britain’s iconic queens throughout history.
The Newyork based Bulgarian architect Margarita Mileva, can't stop thinking about rubber bands lately and designed dressses, bracelets and necklaces from rubberbands with her daugther. The dress is made by four kilograms of rubber bands of various colors, lenghts and sizes.
"I love that I can 'draw' and 'paint' with rubber bands." says the designer Mileva.
This is the second 3D Printed collection of the Dutch Designer Iris Van Herpen, after her first collection "Crystallisation". The collection is a collaboration between the designer and architect Daniel Wildrig. The hats are designed and made by Stephen Jones and the shoes are made by Rem Koolhaas' United Nude. The white peices are in polyamide and made with the selective laser sintering process. The black piece is also 3D printed in polyamide and finished in black laquer.
Founded by designer Christiaan Maats in 2008, OAT’s mission is to connect people with their environment in an creative way. At the Amsterdam International Fashion Week’s Green Fashion Competition in January, OAT was second after presenting it's first ”Virgin” collection. With the theme “Saved from the Garden of Eden,” the show paid homage to the first garden, featuring a scantily clad Adam and Eve pushing wheelbarrows.
Maats says: "You can call it a vintage killer, but you leave something much better behind." Because these shoes are hundred percent biodegradable.
A new mag is born! The gorgeous premier issue of Exhibition Mag launched in January 2011 during Haute Couture in Paris. The thing is, this magazine's each issue is dedicated to an object or a product and this first issue is the Lipstick Issue. And the lipstick series are by Richard Burbridge in collaboration with Peter Philips.
Photographer David K. Shields, made an editorial just for Fashion Gone Rouge in the grassy fields of New Zealand. Working in collaboration with stylist Chris Lorimer, there were the likes of Karen Walker, Alexander Wang and See By Chloe.