Inspired by the British culture, the Parisian fashion label Maison Kitsune presents its
Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection featuring musician Kilo Kish and model Tom Burke photographed by Henrik Purienne (more…)
I Love Ugly presents their latest collection of headwear inspired by vintage woolen baseball caps. Keeping things classic they’ve chosen to focus on quality and timelessness.
Each hat is made from premium wool and denim fabrics with genuine leather straps at the back and a felt “U” logo on the front (more…)
“The vision behind 0114, was to create essentials that have longevity in one’s wardrobe. The goal is, and will always be, for our garments to work as pieces that can be worn throughout the year by layering, matching, and mismatching. Discover the full collection by exploring the pre-fall 0114 lookbook.” See (more…)
On Monday H&M decided to reveal the first image from the WANG x H&M collection on Twitter, showing a keychain with miniature boxing gloves.
Could this be an indication of a sports theme for the new line? Or is it just a detail without any particular link to the rest of the collection?
Eager to feast their eyes on the collection in stores a few months from now, fashion fans are already exchanging their theories on Twitter. To while away the hours before the launch, one could always think about what would go well with this little keychain…
The capsule collection of women’s and men’s pieces will be available in 250 H&M stores worldwide and online, from November 6, 2014.
As i am preparing for my up and coming holidays, I came across this amazing designer and she goes by the name Stella Jean!
Born in Rome and of Caribbean descent, Stella Jean’s aesthetic is a fusion of her Creole heritage.
These statement ethnic prints are fun and exciting and i can’t wait to get my hands on some of the swimwear!
Navy Billionaire Boys Club EU Summer lookbook in his typically youthful and vibrant style. Having collaborated with Billionaire Boys Club over the last few seasons this marks Navy’s fourth lookbook for the brand, which was shot in London. He explains, “We brought together some of London’s youth who are really on the streets, wearing Billionaire Boys Club. We street casted every model so it felt like they walked onto set wearing their own clothes.”
The collection demonstrates influences from classic Miami pastel palettes, hickory workwear stripes on seersucker fabrics and Japanese newspaper prints created by SK8THING. The collection also presents the classic crashed sports car archive print on vests and shorts.
Navy says of the simplistic aesthetic of the campaign, “In this collection there are a lot of bright colours, so I wanted to strip back my usual style of location shooting and just focus solely on the models and clothes.”