Paris fashion has not seen an anti-establishment brand in years, perhaps decades even. Paris Fashion Week is typically dominated by major fashion institutions such as: Dior, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton. So when the design collective Vetements (meaning clothes in French), lead by Demna Gvasalia, began garnering attention it was a shock to the system. Continue reading
Models ran out in glow-in-the-dark pants and hoodies, as if they were on a mission. The mission was to be as attention grabbing as possible. The mission worked, because this was definitely Versace’s biggest spectacle in a long time.
The Menswear Spring 2016 shows have officially ended. One highlight of the menswear collections was Saint Laurent. It wasn’t a highlight, because of great design or references that were used in the collection. It was a highlight, because it left me wondering, how could such an historic and significant fashion
house remain so stagnant? The answer is Hedi Slimane. Continue reading
For Teen Vogue’s August Issue they’re introducing three new faces to their readers. Typical and no big deal, right? Wrong. The three models they have chosen to be the cover models of the August Issue are all models of color. Aya Jones, Imaan Hammam, and Lineisy Montero are all new faces who are on the rise in the modeling world. Jones and Montero have both walked for Prada during Milan Fashion Week, while Hammam has been featured in American Vogue and in the Givenchy Spring/Summer 2015 advertising campaign.
Fun loving designer Jeremy Scott has a documentary coming to movie theater soon. The documentary is about his time at Moschino (now that he is the Creative Director) and working with his muse Katy Perry, and how he has managed to become the darling of other pop stars such as: Miley Cryus and Rihanna. Continue reading