With an excellent execution of couture craftsmanship and beauty, Ralph & Russo sent a stunning red-carpet worthy collection down the runway, for its Spring Summer 2015 collection. Micro ruffles, vines, 3-D petals, metallic threads, pearls and crystal petals elegantly merged with the sculptural magic of the dresses, the ladylike silhouettes and the 50’s inspired tea length frocks, including a stand out wedding gown. The old Hollywood romanticism of the collection played with the floral details, drapes, intricate embroideries, volume and dreamy floor length gowns and capes.
Saturday, 7 February 2015
Friday, 6 February 2015
This is one of a kind, never done before concept. Combining digital with print, Garage Magazine has launched a series of highly-impressive, animated new cover. Featuring some of the world’s most admired models including Cara Delevingne, Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, Lara Stone and Binx Walton, the magazine used innovative technology, which allowed the print cover to feature animated covers and embedded films.
Thursday, 5 February 2015
Shot by celebrated fashion photographer Willy Vanderperre, models Elisabeth Erm and Josephine Le Tutour stars in the new Carolina Herrera‘s Spring Summer 2015 advertising campaign. The glass pyramid east building at the National Gallery in Washington, designed by Chinese-born American architect I.M. Pei forms the background of this beautiful campaign. The pyramid’s geometric lines effortlessly complement the clean cuts of the collection.
Wednesday, 4 February 2015
Featuring male models Harvey James, Matthew Jackman, Alex Klose, Sam Hardwood, Aaron Slocombe, Erik, Niek, Jackson and James, photographer Matteo Felici lensed this handsome print story editorial for Fucking Young! Online publication. Titled, the ‘Eating Arcimboldo’, the editorial has a reference to Italian Renaissance painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s art work of imaginative portraits.
Using the hashtag #DieselHigh, the denim brand’s Spring Summer 2015 is all about celebrating life and unconditional love, and aims to encourage tolerance and inclusiveness. Conceived by creative director Nicola Formichetti, and shot by one of the most influential photographer Nick Knight, the high energy, colourful campaign captures a handful of top models, including Gryphon O’Shea, Charlotte Free, Chantelle Brown-Young,Winnie Harloe and more with a super positive, happy vibe.
Tuesday, 3 February 2015
Channeling inspiration from psychedelic elements and death instinct, latent in every human being; the collection was a mix of varied aesthetics and challenges the set behavioral norms. Taking queue from iconic cult cinema ‘A Clockwork Orange’, the destructive & maniac design elements of the pieces signifies releasing our internal beasts, and fears, and to exercise ways to overcome trauma and paralyzing phobias.
Creative directors of the Parisian brand Kenzo, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim collaborated with the artistic teams of Toiletpaper magazine, to create a surrealistic campaign for their Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
Monday, 2 February 2015
The 60th Filmfare Award 2015 was held on 31st January, 2015 at the Yash Raj Studio in Mumbai. The star studded award function was attended by the who’s who of the industry. Putting their best fashion foot forward, the Bollywood beauties walked the red carpet in style.
Here are some of the chosen looks from the Red Carpet. Who do you think nailed it completely?
Sunday, 1 February 2015
“TALENTS AWARD 2015” to Nicolas Martin Garcia of Accademia di Costume e di Moda: AltaRoma Haute Couture Fashion Week 2015
Ten final year graduates of Accademia di Costume e di Moda, Rome, presented their collections at the ongoing Alta Roma Haute Couture Fashion Week 2015. The prestigious AltaRoma Fashion Week is an excellent platform for emerging talents to showcase their work alongside the renowned designers. Nicolas Martin Garcia, was adjudged the winner of this year’s Talents Award 2015 for his collection titled “Lolito”. The playful collection is a mix of genres and ages. Androgyny has emerged as a big menswear trend, especially at times when gender gap has considerably narrowed down. Surpassing the concept of androgyny, Nicholas entered a world in which man consciously steals colours and cuts from the female wardrobe. The collection celebrates the essence of a man who is elegant even with garments that seemingly don’t belong to him. Coats with fur collars, vests and V-Necks, high-waist trousers, Baby doll dresses and pleated skirts, elements of typical 50s American childhood, lend their form for this wonderful collection.