April 1, 2014

Rick Owens’ Palais Royal 2010

Photographer: 
Adrian Wilson

March 31, 2014

Boris Bidjan Saberi - Transparent Skins

March 13, 2014

Rick Owen’s Women FW14

'These people are connected in such a deep way to the clothes and I said why didn’t I think of this before? This makes so much sense, it’s so logical.'

via Antonioli

March 5, 2014

Katie Shillingford & Matthew Stone on a Fearless Rick Owens Moment

Another

March 4, 2014

Comme des Garçons Fall Winter 2014


Rei continues the Japanese domination of FW 14 

This feels like an 80s resurgence! 

 Themed MONSTER, Kawakubo described her vision as ‘not the typical Monster you find in sci-fi and video games [but] the craziness of humanity, the fear we all have, the feeling of going beyond common sense, the absence of ordinariness, expressed by something extremely big, by something that could be ugly or beautiful.’ ”

March 3, 2014

Yohji Yamamoto AW 14

Madness, Insanity, Perfection… 

From the silhouettes to the obvious business of the paintings / prints this collection sees a more frantic side of Yohji. I believe the paintings to be a collaboration with an Artist although I will update with that information later. 

It’s a gorgeous collection though and certainly pairs well with the Men’s collection presented earlier this year.

Although the Women’s is the clear favorite in my mind. 

February 28, 2014

Kofta A/W 2014

Stealth Projekt

February 27, 2014

Sid Neigum FW 14

Born in Alberta, trained in New York and based in Toronto, designer Sid Neigum holds stockists in New York, L.A., Hong Kong, Seoul and Toronto.

I’m really happy to see talent coming out of Canada. 
Especially when it’s being recognized on an international stage 

Stealth Projekt

February 27, 2014

Devoa SS 14 Visual Book 

PHOTOGRAPHER: KAZUYOSHI USUI (http://kazuyoshiusui.com/)
ART DIRECTOR: NAOHIRO SEKI (MEME CREATIVE STUDIO:http://memecr.com/)
MODEL: MARC (STEALTH PROJEKT 
http://stealthprojekt.com/

February 27, 2014

Ann Demeulemeester AW 2014 

Designed by the trio - Mirjam van den Akker, Patrick Van Ommeslaeghe and Sébastien Meunier. 

Feels much safer than Ann’s work but alas with the poet gone I feel we shall have to adjust. 

It’s as if they are painting with her pallet and speaking with her vocabulary yet the prose is lost.