Posts Tagged ‘30.2’
A Seasonal Debate [Film]
A Seasonal Debate [Film]

Behind-the-scenes of our Spring Fashion cover story shot by Olivia Beasley. Director – Olivia Beasley Cinematographer – Henrik Knudsen Stylist – Georgina Hodson Makeup – Kristina Vidic Hair – Elvire Roux Styling assistant – Alicia Ellis Photo assistants – Will Richards, Alejandro Torija

A Seasonal Debate
A Seasonal Debate

Silke wears Gucci shirt Escada skirt Elena Ghisellini bag salondeju shoes Moschino vintage jacket graceland.co David wears Issey Miyake shirt Pheobe English coat Issey Miyake pants Burberry boots Sankuaz jacket Robertas wears Kilgour coat Kilgour trousers Brunello Cucinelli scarf Hardy Amies shirt Christian Louboutin shoes Gucci shirt Solace skirt Christian Louboutin boots Silke wears AQ/AQ […]

Alchemy
Alchemy

Suncoo jacket Issey Miyake dress Ohlin D dress Edge of Ember cuff Ohlin D dress Leka NYC dress Georgine top Roberto Musso top Georgine dress Photography Peter Rosa Styling Sarah Parlow Hair by Daven Mayeda for Philip B Haircare. Makeup by Tonya Cameron using Tom Ford. Set design by Linden Elstran. Model: Alexandria Morgan at […]

John C. Jay
John C. Jay

The New Chapter As the celebrated former Wieden+Kennedy Global Executive Creative Director, John C. Jay has become known for an immersive approach to advertising. He delves into culture rather than merely observing it, and supports emerging artists who carry that torch, sponsoring artists’ studios inside The Yale Union building through his independent company, Studio J. […]

BarChef
BarChef

Strawberry by Frankie Solarik, BarChef, Toronto Photography by Leanne Neufeld Strawberry gin, fresh basil, balsamic and lavender syrup, sliced strawberries, London dry gin, balsamic vinegar, sugar, dried lavender, water, vanilla extract, Texturas “Lyo Fresa” freeze dried strawberry, Texturas “lecite” soy lecithin, “gold” gelatin, coconut milk, coconut rum, egg, balsamic vinegar, basil sprouts Spring Thaw by Frankie Solarik, BarChef, Toronto Photography by Leanne Neufeld Sparkling wine, gin, […]

Street Couture
Street Couture

High Fashion Bags and the Girls Who Wear Them Fashion week is the most exciting moment of each season, influencing the trends that will eventually trickle down to the hoi polloi. For an ever-increasing number of us, however, the real action is not on the runways, but on the sidewalk: what are our street fashion […]

Black & White
Black & White

And Beautiful All Over Cosmetics and beauty packaging is as much part of the experience as the product within. The design of the packaging is extremely trend-driven, but also influenced by technology, which is forever providing new delivery methods and vessel concepts. In the past few years, the artisanal, “authentic” or eco-friendly theme had the […]

Mr. Little Jeans
Mr. Little Jeans

Adapting the name from the quirky character in Wes Anderson’s Rushmore, Mr. Little Jeans is a unique talent. The Norwegian-born singer/songwriter can easily be likened to a combination of Lykke Li, Tori Amos, and CocoRosie. However, unlike the bit character she named herself after, her music is stepping into a starring role and making waves […]

Wes Period
Wes Period

Wes Period. Even the name itself is punctuated and pronounced, much like Wes’ stage presence. Wes has an exuberant energy that radiates on and off the stage. Growing up in La Habra, CA, a county that meets the state average in almost every capacity, the not-so-average Wes Period rose up and landed in the world […]

Miya Folick
Miya Folick

If Fiona Apple and Cat Power had a music love child, Miya Folick would be the result. Raised in Santa Ana, CA, Miya grew up in a Buddhist family. She picked up the guitar, taking occasional lessons, but mostly teaching herself how to play. She compares songwriting to short stories, in that both mediums allow […]

Pebble Time
Pebble Time

“Winning a place on someone’s body is much harder than winning a place in someone’s purse,” says Pebble Head of Industrial Design, Mark Solomon, describing the features that make Pebble smart watches so deserving of a spot on that prime real estate otherwise known as the wrist. Interestingly, the Founder and CEO of Pebble, Eric […]

Phil Oh
Phil Oh

Fashion photographer Phil Oh, best known as the creator of the online street fashion bible Street Peeper, arrived at his passion after several career detours including failed Internet startups, trashy novel writing, telemarketing, and bussing tables. The Chicago native is a contributor to Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle, and his skills are in high demand […]

Sonia Rykiel
Sonia Rykiel

From Parisian Literary Café to Madison Avenue: Sonia Rykiel Opens New Manhattan Outpost Red lacquer bookshelves filled with colorful French books line the walls at Sonia Rykiel’s new outpost on New York City’s affluent Madison Avenue. The boutique was transformed into a Parisian café where shoppers can linger at one of the tables and skim […]

Street Pulse
Street Pulse

Paris 1. Paris pet peeve 2. Special talent/skill 3. Longest you’ve stayed off social media. 4. Your personality in one word. 5. One of your favorite spots in Paris. Alina Gelzina 1. Fashion week traffic 2. Stylist 3. Never 4. Introvert 5. Jardin des Tuileries Liu Hsin Yu 1. Poor sense of style. 2. Modeling and […]

Tempest + Bentley
Tempest + Bentley

Neither Shakespeare nor luxury vehicle, Tempest + Bentley bodes the future of fine wool garments conceived out of refreshingly conscious, sustainable production. Upon discovering San Francisco’s marine layer necessitated pulling on that quintessential, chunky sweater but discouraged with what existed on the market, Marissa Thieriot rolled up her sleeves and set out to create Tempest […]

Kamila Dmowska
Kamila Dmowska

Often times, it seems the simplest wardrobe needs yield the largest dressing challenge. This became apparent to Kamila Dmowska, who saw a scarcity in what fashion had to offer to those of us who just need a simple dress for that event we’re attending at the end of the month, or maybe just want to […]

Maria Suomalainen
Maria Suomalainen

Maria Suomalainen was this year’s third place winner in the Designers’ Nest Competition in Copenhagen—a rightfully earned title, as her work demanded the attention of not only the judges, but onlookers and competing designers as well. Having received her Bachelor’s degree from the Aalto University School of Arts, Design, and Architecture, Suomalainen has transformed her […]

Camilla Arnbert
Camilla Arnbert

Winning the Designers’ Nest Competition has shed light on the increasingly popular talents of Camilla Arnbert. She impressed the Designers’ Nest panel of judges with her ability to maintain a strong silhouette while still using unique materials that compromise the boundaries of common texture. Her engaging use of pattern and material remind us that fashion […]

Liza Smith
Liza Smith

Grooming Couture The spirit of couture extended all the way down to the fingertips at recent Fashion Week events, where exceptional displays of intricate nail art were rampant, confirming our suspicions that this trend is indeed experiencing a resurgence. While using impossibly intricate nail art to punctuate the designs sent down the runways is decidedly […]

Otherworldly
Otherworldly

Otherworldly is one of the most eye-catching books to hit shelves this year. Each page is filled with colorful, out-of-this-world fashion that begs the question, what will designers create next. Featuring the work of Alexander McQueen, Martin Margiela, Lucy McRae, Peter Popps and more, this book will have you wondering how such creations are even […]

Pretty Ugly
Pretty Ugly

Ugly can now be defined as beautiful thanks to Pretty Ugly, a book dedicated to rediscovering classically ugly art. Filled with commonly known unattractive art pieces Pretty Ugly posed the question, “what really is ugly?” Opposed to the minimal, monochromatic design style that is popular today Pretty Ugly is a collective of all the designs […]


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