I know it’s too late to post these pieces below, but it’s better than never.
Dazed & Confused is calling the Spring/Summer 2010 Viktor & Rolf collection ‘The Amsterdam Chainsaw Massacre.’ The editorial showcases the oddly and angular cut-out gowns the design duo strutted out on the runway this season.
‘The Amsterdam Chainsaw Massacre’ can be seen in the February 2010 issue of Dazed & Confused. The spread was photographed by Josh Olins and styled by Katie Shillingford. It stars the ever beautiful Magdalena Frackowiak who also graces the magazine’s cover.
Please do visit Os Accessories, the trio of multi-discplinary creatives from Philipines
NIKICIO: MIXTE VOL.06 “UNTITLED” PREVIEW
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
The Vincent Brothers Pty Ltd was founded by James & Isaac Vincent and specializes in leather jackets and accessories. The Vincent and Vincent ‘Collection One’ features a range of reworked vintage-styled jackets made with carefully selected leathers, traditional hand tailored construction and closely cut proportions. See their lookbook here.
Lanvin + H&M Full Lookbook
any inspiration for Halloween?
Local brands. That’s what I love lately.
I’m starting to give fully attention on local’s fashion/project/work, they seems quiet a charmer for an up-and-coming talent. A block of heaven,in one of city’s shopping mall;Grand Indonesia,called the Level One Project. The block of 22 stores features 28 hip, home-grown brands in everything from fashion to furniture.
One of the young talented brand is TikShirt, an abbreviation for batik T-shirt. Designed and produced by Iwet Ramadhan, a radio host at Hard Rock FM Jakarta, TikShirt has set its sights on building a sense of nationalism among the younger generation. Iwet said Tikshirt’s traditional minimalist designs aimed to popularize batik patterns by using them on simple T-shirts for easy wear (the Jakarta Globe).
“It is more about the education than the fashion,” he said.
Anyway, me and my friends went to TikShirt event last Friday on Oct 22,2010. They were having a cocktail party to launch their new product, and there was also a music performance by TheExtraLarge Band and the making of Batik itself.
We had fun, especially during the making of Batik session :)
All the very best for the young edgy talented local designers. Bisou!
While watching the 1953 Alexandr Ptushko film “Sadko”, Sou Brette’s Muqliza Imroni was thoroughly inspired and awed by the golden touch of its incredibly imaginative coloring, splendid characters, and breathtaking portraiture of the underwater kingdom. She wanted to create a collection drawn solely from the imagery of an underwater fairytale.
Unknown Waters was born from this illusive innocence situated beneath the surface of the sea.
Unknown Waters contributes a softer, more organic form to Sou Brette’s usual tough, geometric-shaped jewelry. Crystal clear resin filled with faux pearl inlays, ropes dressed in textured marble print cotton in colors representing an underwater realm; have all been carefully chosen to create an honest and personal dream-like collection.