Posts Tagged ‘paris’

Alexander Wang FW2020

January 29, 2020

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Alexander Wang has always enjoyed experimenting. A couple of seasons ago Wang’s collections became “too sporty” and stopped being as well-received by the brand followers as before. In his latest collections, Alexander Wang added luxury, a tiny bit of glamour and a few elements of aesthetics from different subcultures, the style of the 1990s, hence […]

Geoffrey B. Small AW2020 110th Paris collection presentation

January 23, 2020

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Geoffrey B. Small 110th Paris collection presentation to date and their most ambitious array of new extreme handmade technologies, techniques, fabrications and shapes from renowned GBS Sartoria workrooms at Cavarzere Venezia which they believe is the greatest working designer tailoring team in the world today. Geoffrey B. Small is a pioneer in avant-garde design and […]

ELLERY: From Architectural Silhouettes to Artistic Inspirations

November 28, 2019

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From architectural silhouettes to artistic inspirations,ELLERY encourages self-expression with a decisive andavant-garde aesthetic. A luxury womenswear label born in Australia, based in Paris. ELLERY empowers women through design with a decisive and avant-garde aesthetic. Based in Paris and made in Italy. The brand’s core signature transcends trends and promotes timelessness, re-inventing classics with a decadent […]

Proenza Schouler RTW Spring 2020 Accessories and Footwear

Proenza Schouler is a women’s wear and accessories brand founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. Based in New York City, Proenza Schouler is derived from maiden names of the two designers’ mothers: Proenza is the maiden name of Hernandez’s mother, and Schouler is the maiden name of McCollough’s mother.

Dion Lee RTW Spring 2020

October 5, 2019

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Dion Lee has uncommonly “intellectual”, minimalist taste, he works in a state of continual prune down phase: basic colours, streamline silhouettes, and more geometrical forms. Can you depict how surprising it was when we have discovered that the bodice that have appeared during Spring defilé has actually had two real pockets, worn like two mini […]

Phillip Lim RTW Spring 2020

October 5, 2019

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During his Spring 2020 show, Phillip Lim was discoursing upon his brand’s relics: community, diversity, optimism, and his achievements in putting these basic principles together not incidentally. Phillip Lim’s experimentations with tailoring were SS20 focal points. You wouldn’t notice an ordinary two-piece suit in his collection; there were plenty of those in this Spring season […]

Mugler RTW Spring 2020

October 5, 2019

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Mugler have presented a sleek collection of loose-cut, louche tailoring, well-defined blazers, and nightwear-inspired corsets and bike shorts in a florid palette for SS20 September Paris Fashion Week. Casey Cadwallader has expressed his ideas of bringing his own signature work categorically into the core of the maison. From durable leather bike shorts, to broad jackets […]