We’re emotionally linked to the clothing we wear. Beyond staple items and trends, the garments we select express our emotions and personalities. Through garments you can gather several characteristics of the person wearing them. For emerging label KALAURIE, the designer utilizes creativity as therapy, achieving a clear awareness about herself. Then interpreting these emotions towards her designs. While she presents a dark fairytale, her design methods enhance a new chapter of design. Despite KALAURIE being a fresh brand, the designer understands the needs of today’s style audience, who are seeking timeless ensembles. ...continue
Twice a year designers join together photographers, buyers, editors, influencers, and etc. in one space to enlighten us with their vision for the upcoming season. The gathering we know as Fashion Week goes beyond glitz and glamour. It’s actually a massive family reunion where friends and non-friends alike, show out, and catch up on the desirable trends.
When you glance under the surface, you’ll discover an interesting perspective of things. Society consistently throws around the metaphor “You Could Never Judge a book By Its Cover” yet people are prejudged based on their looks, choices and circumstances. Most people don’t approach situations with an open heart or mindset; they are quick to dismiss what they don’t understand.
Obscure. Abstract. Illusionary. Art takes many forms-in ways deeply personal to its creator. Patricia Voulgaris’s selected medium is photography. However, she fights against the realism of capturing the standard image. Instead she dives into an enigma, showing the audience not everything is, as it seems.
Designers are forging a new image for the accessories we wear, encouraging buyers to recognize the reshaped direction of jewelry design. Incorporating complex angles, minimalism and unusual materials, their designs accentuate pieces that are highly transitional and sustainable. Accessories are expanding into essentials that can be shared throughout generations, but what makes a classic piece of jewelry ideal, and what attracts us to such appealing details?
We’re emotionally linked to the clothing we wear. Beyond staple items and trends, the garments we select express our emotions and personalities. Through garments you can gather several characteristics of the person wearing them. For emerging label KALAURIE, the designer utilizes creativity as therapy, achieving a clear awareness about herself.
Brooklyn based boutique, coffee shop and lounge Kinfolk delivers an exclusive style of fashion, art and lifestyle to Hong Kong and Shanghai luxury retailer Lane Crawford, by hosting an extraordinary pop up space reflecting Kinfolk’s distinct aesthetic.
What is freedom? Sometimes people believe if they have a new job they will be happy… Or if they purchase a new dress or shoes… Or if a particular person they love, will fall in love in return, you will be happy… Although this is not what freedom is. Freedom is what we’re not expecting…
Art and fashion are always together and today fashion and technology. What if we added art between the worlds of fashion and technology it could be explosive, but when it comes together it produces something pretty cool.
Katya Dobryakova, contemporary Russian fashion designer who has something to say, designs with satire and ironic messages. Through her very bold texts and prints Katya has became a celebrity in Moscow, creating a very successful brand. Her cozy 3D sweatshirts and one-of-a-kind denim jackets with hand-painted portraits of Tupac, Prince, Homer Simpson and Frida Kahlo gained the designer many fans in Moscow and New York. ...continue
It started with "HANNIBAL", a fall-winter 15/16 collection based on avant-garde aesthetics and minimalism, my first introduction to the Ukraine-based designer LARA QUINT. Approaching a composition with somewhat strict concepts, QUINT'S implementation of cut, color, and silhouette, highlights a gripping sensation behind the brand's highly intellectual style.
The industry of fashion illustration has managed to advance in the way we observe design art. Fashion artists are no longer limited to working behind the scenes for designers. They're making an impact by exposing their extraordinary talents through the world of social media. What started as something simple, has developed into an international success.
Self-proclaimed “failed musician” turned successful sculptor, Jan Abt masters matters of clay and plaster. Originally from Germany, Abt decided to relocate to the United States to fulfill his artistic aspirations. He initially moved to Chicago to play the saxophone, but his desire to sculpt landed him in New York City in 1997.