SCHIELD, Italian jewellery brand likes to push the boundries with captivating designs created by the designer Roberto Ferlito as well as enchanting ad campaigns captured by the photographer Diego Diaz Marin. Continue reading Fashion Ad: SCHIELD photofilm captured by Diego Diaz Marin.
Designers’ Duo Nara Papakaliati & Vaya Nikolakopoulou (NAYA Fashion Design) together with Anna Moraitou (Anna Moraitou Design) seek for innovative concept while working on wooden inspirations. They went beyond the standard of classic fashion and introduce structures of modern industrial design. Continue reading FASHION DESIGN: NAYA Fashion Design – WOODEN DESIGN MERGING FASHION AND ARCHITECTURE.
The mystic futurism of Kofta Bags is not only mesmerizing in it’s concept, but also highly innovative in it’s functionality, The idea of the collection is based on Marcel Proust saying “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes”. Continue reading FASHION: The mystic futurism of KOFTA BAGS.
The PANDORA collection invites us for the summer season with the new collection of handmade jewelery “Summer 2015″. The line is made of precious materials, reflecting the glow of the sea and the radiation of the summer sky. Jewellery is emphasized with the symbolism of ethnic. Continue reading ACCEESSORIES: PANDORA SPRING/SUMMER 2015 – ESCAPING TO THE BEACH OF OR DREAMS.
For her FW1516 collection, Lisa Vanback launches two architectural and minimalist bags revealed by a new pattern « UnderC », engraved with laser on calfskin leather stemming from vegetable tanning.
The designer realized a carrier bag and a clutch bag. The clutch bag gets a removable and adjustable shoulder strap for the day or evenings, an inside pocket with a zip close, a flap with a magnet and a 100% cotton lining.The carrier bag, for those who prefer more volume, gets an inside zip pocket and its lining is in cotton.
Declined in the three range color Carbon Black, Mahogany Brown and Off-white, their are completely made in France according to the art artisan tradition, and always in association with Bettenfeld-Rosenblum studio.
ASIA NOTE BY ANDY LONG HOANG FOR FTV INDOCHINA MAGAZINE
Magazine: FTV INDOCHINA MAGAZINE
Editorial: Asia Note
Photographer Andy Long Hoang
Styling by Marek Matwiejczuk
One of the aspect of fashion modeling is about keeping the angles while keeping the sensuality of the pose… Bar Rafelli catches both aspects very well – every single shoot is very suggestive, yet not vulgar. The splash of vivid colors only spoices up the sporty vibe on high standards.
Magazine: Marie Claire Mexico
Photography by Hunter & Gatti
Model Bar Refaeli
Styling Alvaro Montano & Alicia Leon
Makeup by Jo Baker
Hair styling by Peter Butler
Manicure by Jenna Hipp
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Coachella, in more expanded version Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, is considered to be one of the biggest events that happens annually, only from the music point of view, but fashion statement as well. Every year this large scale event is held going back to 1999, when Paul Tollett decided to set up an extra-ordinary ocassion that will feature many genres of music, including rock, indie, hip hop, and electronic dance music, as well as art installations and sculptures. The event of Coachella is regarded as the second-most in-demand concert to participate for many reasons. One of the them is the multiplifcity of fashion that flourishes around hippie and boho styles. Modern gypsies, up-to-date hippies, start and celebrities gather all together on the picturesque valley of California and enjoy their time in the Coachella event. Take a look on our Fashion Focus on Coachella 2015.
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Black -Red – White. Catchy yet classical selection of colors can be found in some fashion tendencies lately. The tri-color palette can be depicted on the face-painting factor as seen on Toni Garn, sporty chic clothing as well as in ad campaigns of Dior from Fall 2013 Campaign. The blonde model – Toni Garn captured by Hunter & Gatti clashes the image of blue-eyed sensitivity with the tribal vibe. The photography merges with the collage of oil painting and stitching style.
Toni Garrn for Tush Magazine by Hunter & Gatti
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The tri-color trend can be easily reached in fast-fashion response as well. Simply and chic aesthetic perfectly matches with the sporty feel.
MARIACARLA BOSCONO FOR DIOR FALL 2013 CAMPAIGN
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Saskia De Brauw in Harper’s Bazaar’s editorial: ” Black, White & Red All Over”.
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“Black Mirror” by SYLVIO GIARDINA
Art and its artifacts always infuse Sylvio Giardina’s work. In his new creative project, a small, dark,
slightly convex object with a black tinted surface fascinated Sylvio: it was the “Claude mirror”,
which abstracts landscape sceneries, while unifying shapes and lines and blurring details. The new
creative process starts from this vision, where fabrics and shapes blend and colors sway. Black
plays a predominant role in the collection, yet the polished and mirroring fabrics create optical
and vibrant effects, giving way to pure geometric shapes, defined by brown, navy blue and hazel
hues. Some outfits are embellished with Plexiglas necklaces, playing out a double role,
complementing the dress and working as an accessory. Fiercely believing in having fun by letting
ideas run free, Sylvio introduces to the public a mini collection of accessories, made of earrings in
mirroring black Plexiglas and tortoiseshell necklaces.
Fabrics: velvet, multiprene, leather, scuba, jersey, lace, tulle, mesh;
Colors: black, navy blue, mustard, brown, camel, hazel, burgundy.”