This season, Riccardo Tisci remains faithful to his creative codes in Givenchy‘s advertising campaign, which plays with contrasts and oppositions: the Victorian portrait of an elegant Parisian woman faces the stolen pictures of a private party in a London hotel suite.
Plentiful women’s names have left graceful marks in history, from Audrey to Coco, from Kelly to Greta. What about Minnie? Right, Minnie the Mouse. A line of edgy designers interpreted her legacy for this current exhibition at MoMu Fashion Museum Antwerp through 20th April, 2014.
There is something about Carin Wester that I really love – her perfect simplicity maybe. So it comes as a pleasant surprise that gram by Alexis Holm is working with the Swedish fashion designer again for a new collection.
With Chinese New Year around the corner, Asian-oriented brands go head to head to grab customers’ attention with their limited edition line. But usually the theme itself is a huge constraint on creativity, and hence the colour combos or graphics galore that aren’t easy watching. Yet Vivienne Tam’s special collection emerges as a pleasant, hearty memento. Continue reading →