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WE Chronicle: Iris van Herpen embodies wilderness



Iris van Herpen does not just move a step forward, but rather attempt to take a leap of faith. Her designs are more than quirky, has a idiosyncratic twist to each piece, playing with the body, not necessarily accentuating the subject as a compliment of the human form. Continue reading

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WE Curate: Fetishism in Fashion

A creation fascinates when it stimulates obsession. It’s no Christian Louboutin’s privilege; it lives within every designer. Because what keeps us constantly after fashion is the crave for excitement, fetishism comes as a natural topic to explore when it comes to clothing aesthetic. Continue reading

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WestEast Magazine Issue 37 | BLACK

Issue 37 | Black

Issue 37 BLACK is hitting the shelf. The idea came in spring when blooms of colours became too much. WE craved something dark, something with an attitude. Hence black – the colour symbolic of so many things, representing so much across cultures.  Continue reading