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Exclusive Editorial "Consciousness" in collaboration with Givenchy, photographed by Matthieu Delbreuve
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Exclusive Editorial "Consciousness" in collaboration with Givenchy, photographed by Matthieu Delbreuve

Men Exclusive editorial in collaboration with Givenchy, captured by Matthieu Delbreuve.       TEAM CREDITS: Photographer : Matthieu Delbreuve Photographer assistant : Arthur Jung Stylist : Joana Dacheville @ agence saint germain Stylist assistant : Alexis Landolfi  Hair Stylist : Yumiko Hikage @ agence saint germain Make up artist : Aurelia Liansberg @ wise and talented Casting director : Rémi Felipe  Model : Eli Epperson @ Bananas models Editor: Timotej Letonja     #GIVENCHY #EDITORIAL #NUMERODIGITAL Exclusive editorial in collaboration with Givenchy, captured by Matthieu Delbreuve.       TEAM CREDITS: Photographer : Matthieu Delbreuve Photographer assistant : Arthur Jung Stylist : Joana Dacheville @ agence saint germain Stylist assistant : Alexis Landolfi  Hair Stylist : Yumiko Hikage @ agence saint germain Make up artist : Aurelia Liansberg @ wise and talented Casting director : Rémi Felipe  Model : Eli Epperson @ Bananas models Editor: Timotej Letonja     #GIVENCHY #EDITORIAL #NUMERODIGITAL

Louis Vuitton is pleased to reveal its Autumn-Winter 2020 campaign
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Louis Vuitton is pleased to reveal its Autumn-Winter 2020 campaign

Fashion Louis Vuitton is pleased to reveal its Autumn-Winter 2020 campaign directed and photographed by Nicolas Ghesquière, Artistic Director of Women’s Collections. Representing total creative investment in a very personal collection, the campaign expresses contemporary freedom and the pure pleasure of clothing that is open to all manner of audacity.     To photograph this campaign, Nicolas Ghesquière invited Louis Vuitton’s friends and family to his photography studio, a creative laboratory on the Quai Voltaire in Paris: among them were close friends whose personality inspires him, kindred spirits, and favourite faces. Celebrity friends, beloved models, astonishing artists and athletes include Léa Seydoux, Marina Foïs, Noémie Merlant, Akon Changkou, Stacy Martin, Dina Asher-Smith, Lous and the Yakuza and Sora Choi. In all, 20 personalities he wished to represent in their essence. The same holds true of the House’s iconic bags that accompany this stylistic exercise — the Capucines, the Twist, the Pont 9 and the Dauphine.     With the same candor, Nicolas Ghesquière incorporates the new line “SINCE 1854.” A precious jacquard inscribed with a fundamental date, 1854, sprinkled among Monogram owers in a nod to the year the House was created. Already iconic, this Monogram distills the Louis Vuitton spirit on timeless pieces such as the Dauphine, the Neverfull and the Petit Noé. The signature “SINCE 1854” also gures on a wardrobe of essentials and accessories.     Says Nicolas Ghesquière of the campaign, “I thought it would be interesting to extend my work to photography, to follow through to the end of the creative process and give the collection its nal punctuation. In this portrait gallery, everyone is there for my own personal reasons, and I liked discovering new connections with people. I knew already. I also wanted to bring unity to di erent aspects of the House, a circular vision of what happens here. To give a timeless aspect to creations that are very anchored in the season. For me, moving into photography came from a desire to reflect the feeling we share when we’re working on a collection.”     The campaign will be unveiled in September 2020 publications worldwide. Louis Vuitton is pleased to reveal its Autumn-Winter 2020 campaign directed and photographed by Nicolas Ghesquière, Artistic Director of Women’s Collections. Representing total creative investment in a very personal collection, the campaign expresses contemporary freedom and the pure pleasure of clothing that is open to all manner of audacity.     To photograph this campaign, Nicolas Ghesquière invited Louis Vuitton’s friends and family to his photography studio, a creative laboratory on the Quai Voltaire in Paris: among them were close friends whose personality inspires him, kindred spirits, and favourite faces. Celebrity friends, beloved models, astonishing artists and athletes include Léa Seydoux, Marina Foïs, Noémie Merlant, Akon Changkou, Stacy Martin, Dina Asher-Smith, Lous and the Yakuza and Sora Choi. In all, 20 personalities he wished to represent in their essence. The same holds true of the House’s iconic bags that accompany this stylistic exercise — the Capucines, the Twist, the Pont 9 and the Dauphine.     With the same candor, Nicolas Ghesquière incorporates the new line “SINCE 1854.” A precious jacquard inscribed with a fundamental date, 1854, sprinkled among Monogram owers in a nod to the year the House was created. Already iconic, this Monogram distills the Louis Vuitton spirit on timeless pieces such as the Dauphine, the Neverfull and the Petit Noé. The signature “SINCE 1854” also gures on a wardrobe of essentials and accessories.     Says Nicolas Ghesquière of the campaign, “I thought it would be interesting to extend my work to photography, to follow through to the end of the creative process and give the collection its nal punctuation. In this portrait gallery, everyone is there for my own personal reasons, and I liked discovering new connections with people. I knew already. I also wanted to bring unity to di erent aspects of the House, a circular vision of what happens here. To give a timeless aspect to creations that are very anchored in the season. For me, moving into photography came from a desire to reflect the feeling we share when we’re working on a collection.”     The campaign will be unveiled in September 2020 publications worldwide.

Exclusive Editorial in collaboration with Dries Van Noten, photographed by Xavi Prat
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Exclusive Editorial in collaboration with Dries Van Noten, photographed by Xavi Prat

Fashion Exclusive editorial collaboration with Dries Van Noten, captured by Xavi Prat in Spain.     TEAM CREDITS: Photo & Creative Direction XAVI PRAT  Styling JUDIT MELIS  MakeUp & Hair MARIONA BOTELLA Model CARLOS DARDER at TREND Styling Assistant ALBA MIQUEL  Editor: Timotej Letonja Exclusive editorial collaboration with Dries Van Noten, captured by Xavi Prat in Spain.     TEAM CREDITS: Photo & Creative Direction XAVI PRAT  Styling JUDIT MELIS  MakeUp & Hair MARIONA BOTELLA Model CARLOS DARDER at TREND Styling Assistant ALBA MIQUEL  Editor: Timotej Letonja

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Exclusive Editorial in collaboration with Calvin Klein, captured by Victor Vergara
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Exclusive Editorial in collaboration with Calvin Klein, captured by Victor Vergara

Fashion Exclusive editorial in collaboration with Calvin Klein, lensed and styled by Victor Vergara.     TEAM CREDITS: photography and styling by Victor Vergara make-up and hair by Wout Philippo casting by Timotej Letonja models: Meerle Haket at Known, Matthijs Pol at Elvis Models, Louis Dercon at The Coven. assistant hair and make-up artist: Anh Nguyaen styling assistant: Michael Geertzen special thanks to Parq Studio Amsterdam - Kim Zeeman   #CK  Exclusive editorial in collaboration with Calvin Klein, lensed and styled by Victor Vergara.     TEAM CREDITS: photography and styling by Victor Vergara make-up and hair by Wout Philippo casting by Timotej Letonja models: Meerle Haket at Known, Matthijs Pol at Elvis Models, Louis Dercon at The Coven. assistant hair and make-up artist: Anh Nguyaen styling assistant: Michael Geertzen special thanks to Parq Studio Amsterdam - Kim Zeeman   #CK 

Exclusive editorial "Forces of Nature"
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Exclusive editorial "Forces of Nature"

Fashion Head: Forces of Nature   Exclusive new editorial by Stephanie Galea. Youthful silhouettes and playful layering - natural motifs will forever be fashion’s feel-good trend.     TEAM CREDITS: Photography: Stephanie Galea Fashion Editor: Keanoush Zargham Art editor: Richa Konde   Hair stylist: Sharon Robinson using Oribe   Make-up artist: Anna Payne   Model: Yacine Diop at The Hive Management   Casting director: Miro Raynov   Fashion assistant: Chrissie McKenna   Casting assistant: Naima Labiad Head: Forces of Nature   Exclusive new editorial by Stephanie Galea. Youthful silhouettes and playful layering - natural motifs will forever be fashion’s feel-good trend.     TEAM CREDITS: Photography: Stephanie Galea Fashion Editor: Keanoush Zargham Art editor: Richa Konde   Hair stylist: Sharon Robinson using Oribe   Make-up artist: Anna Payne   Model: Yacine Diop at The Hive Management   Casting director: Miro Raynov   Fashion assistant: Chrissie McKenna   Casting assistant: Naima Labiad

Exclusive editorial by Denis Koval
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Exclusive editorial by Denis Koval

Jewelry Exclusive editorial captured by Denis Koval.     TEAM CREDITS: Photography:    Denis Koval @ Unit CMA Concept, Art direction and Styling: Analik Brouwer MUA: Anita Jolles @ Every Inch Agency Model: Yu Lun @ the Movement models Retouching: Michael Frahm Exclusive editorial captured by Denis Koval.     TEAM CREDITS: Photography:    Denis Koval @ Unit CMA Concept, Art direction and Styling: Analik Brouwer MUA: Anita Jolles @ Every Inch Agency Model: Yu Lun @ the Movement models Retouching: Michael Frahm

JACQUEMUS Spring/Summer 2021 collection « L’Amour
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JACQUEMUS Spring/Summer 2021 collection « L’Amour

Fashion Week "As an idea for this collection, L’Amour began as something different. I imagined people gathered together celebrating love. Alexander Ekman’s choreography of wheat tossed passionately through the air. Emir Kursturica’s film, Time of the Gypsieswith its enchanting realism. These scenes of ceremony large and small. But what’s so beautiful about L’Amour is how it can endure—sometimes even grow stronger—in the absence of people being together. Not long after my team was separated from each other, we were all in our homes feeling the desire to work, and a new vision of the collection emerged. We became a human chain, every step of the creative process executed with love. In fact, every decision I make concerning JACQUEMUS is motivated first by love and common sense. It’s why we shifted to a more sustainable rhythm last year, with two shows combining menswear and womenswear, held in January and June. This decision ended up saving us this season, since we had received all our fabric orders ahead of the confinement. Deciding to go ahead with our usual collection schedule and with a show is at the heart of our visual identity, our commercial strategy. With this smaller collection, presented mainly to our family and friends, we bring our interior worlds out into the open, interpreting the humble fabrics and objects we live with that have their own poems to tell. Within the home, L’Amour reveals itself in small wonders. Separate but collectively, we realized that the home is a place of endless inspiration. These impressions are what I wanted to recreate in this setting today, where we have been fully sensitive to the circumstances. My team has put in an enormous effort these last few months, and I am so grateful that we arrived here, that we are gathered together in the end. For me, it is important for people to see that a true celebration of L’Amour is universal."     As JACQUEMUS is committed to developing its production in the most progressive, sensitive and sustainable ways, the SS21 collection will be available for pre-order online, exclusively through Jacquemus.com, the morning after the show. Beyond creating a valuable connection with consumers, this helps ensure that production corresponds more directly to demand, ultimately establishing a positive commercial model for all.     Linen is the fabric of L’Amour: Natural, pure, everlasting, honest. It follows the curves of the body as a sensuous dress; it can be tailored with light construction as a pair of high-waisted pants or a summery suit. Linen represents French heritage, family heirlooms, household articles and, through both men’s and women’s collections, a fresh perspective in design. Linen lends itself to surface treatments, spanning delicate and traditional broderie anglaise and jour echelle (ladder stitching) to a tenderly contemporary array of laser-cut hearts. Appliqués and incrustations include borders of braided raffia or cotton herringbone tape and embroideries in micro-beaded wheat sheaves. Pillows are transformed into tops and bags alike—a cushioned nod to comfort beyond the home.     Silhouettes for women continue to explore and integrate notions of lingerie: twisted bra tops and bustier t-shirts; shirts and jackets featuring wraparound straps and delicate metal adjusters. Pencil skirts signal archetypal femininity. Silhouettes for men broaden out beyond workwear, adapting a more sensual attitude conveyed in the women’s looks. Jackets and shirts move through various lightweight volumes: rounded and rustic, reconstructed with asymmetric focus, loose like a deconstructed pea coat. The palette is warm and earthy, with muted yellow, olive and crisp blue conjuring the tones of faded linens and baked ceramics inspired by Peter Schlesinger’s work.     Prints take cue from kitchen tiles, vegetal motifs on ceramics, torchon (dishcloth) checks and the inky abstract drawings of Joan Miró. Painterly still life scenes—a plate of white asparagus, a strainer filled with cherries – float across men’s shirts in linen and crisp cotton. Patterns inspired by Picasso’s frescoes at the Château de Castille stand out playfully, drawn directly on the fabric.     Objects found around the home are reimagined as whimsical accessories: Miniature cutlery and tools crafted in leather dangle from suits, keychains are accented with tiny tablecloths and cuffs are fashioned from old door handles. Real mini Marseille soaps turn up as charms on necklaces and bracelets. Other jewellery pieces signal handcraft through hammered and bent metal shapes, at once artisanal and artistic. Pillows and plates become portable, carried as a tote or secured in a leather harness. In terms of footwear, women wear sandals that wrap around the ankle and flip-flops on a gentle platform; men, an espadrille- style shoe that conjures the countryside.     The Chiquito finds new expression yet again. Chrome-free vegetal tones of vibrant rose, orange and blue show early signs of natural patina, while linen offers an alternative to leather. The Chiquito Nœud features an extra-long top-handle that can be looped or worn on the shoulder. Triangular prism and cube shapes for women, and a toolbox-style case for men expand upon the recognizable references of JACQUEMUS bags. Lastly, as if the Chiquito couldn’t get any smaller, it now appears as a single earring stud. "As an idea for this collection, L’Amour began as something different. I imagined people gathered together celebrating love. Alexander Ekman’s choreography of wheat tossed passionately through the air. Emir Kursturica’s film, Time of the Gypsieswith its enchanting realism. These scenes of ceremony large and small. But what’s so beautiful about L’Amour is how it can endure—sometimes even grow stronger—in the absence of people being together. Not long after my team was separated from each other, we were all in our homes feeling the desire to work, and a new vision of the collection emerged. We became a human chain, every step of the creative process executed with love. In fact, every decision I make concerning JACQUEMUS is motivated first by love and common sense. It’s why we shifted to a more sustainable rhythm last year, with two shows combining menswear and womenswear, held in January and June. This decision ended up saving us this season, since we had received all our fabric orders ahead of the confinement. Deciding to go ahead with our usual collection schedule and with a show is at the heart of our visual identity, our commercial strategy. With this smaller collection, presented mainly to our family and friends, we bring our interior worlds out into the open, interpreting the humble fabrics and objects we live with that have their own poems to tell. Within the home, L’Amour reveals itself in small wonders. Separate but collectively, we realized that the home is a place of endless inspiration. These impressions are what I wanted to recreate in this setting today, where we have been fully sensitive to the circumstances. My team has put in an enormous effort these last few months, and I am so grateful that we arrived here, that we are gathered together in the end. For me, it is important for people to see that a true celebration of L’Amour is universal."     As JACQUEMUS is committed to developing its production in the most progressive, sensitive and sustainable ways, the SS21 collection will be available for pre-order online, exclusively through Jacquemus.com, the morning after the show. Beyond creating a valuable connection with consumers, this helps ensure that production corresponds more directly to demand, ultimately establishing a positive commercial model for all.     Linen is the fabric of L’Amour: Natural, pure, everlasting, honest. It follows the curves of the body as a sensuous dress; it can be tailored with light construction as a pair of high-waisted pants or a summery suit. Linen represents French heritage, family heirlooms, household articles and, through both men’s and women’s collections, a fresh perspective in design. Linen lends itself to surface treatments, spanning delicate and traditional broderie anglaise and jour echelle (ladder stitching) to a tenderly contemporary array of laser-cut hearts. Appliqués and incrustations include borders of braided raffia or cotton herringbone tape and embroideries in micro-beaded wheat sheaves. Pillows are transformed into tops and bags alike—a cushioned nod to comfort beyond the home.     Silhouettes for women continue to explore and integrate notions of lingerie: twisted bra tops and bustier t-shirts; shirts and jackets featuring wraparound straps and delicate metal adjusters. Pencil skirts signal archetypal femininity. Silhouettes for men broaden out beyond workwear, adapting a more sensual attitude conveyed in the women’s looks. Jackets and shirts move through various lightweight volumes: rounded and rustic, reconstructed with asymmetric focus, loose like a deconstructed pea coat. The palette is warm and earthy, with muted yellow, olive and crisp blue conjuring the tones of faded linens and baked ceramics inspired by Peter Schlesinger’s work.     Prints take cue from kitchen tiles, vegetal motifs on ceramics, torchon (dishcloth) checks and the inky abstract drawings of Joan Miró. Painterly still life scenes—a plate of white asparagus, a strainer filled with cherries – float across men’s shirts in linen and crisp cotton. Patterns inspired by Picasso’s frescoes at the Château de Castille stand out playfully, drawn directly on the fabric.     Objects found around the home are reimagined as whimsical accessories: Miniature cutlery and tools crafted in leather dangle from suits, keychains are accented with tiny tablecloths and cuffs are fashioned from old door handles. Real mini Marseille soaps turn up as charms on necklaces and bracelets. Other jewellery pieces signal handcraft through hammered and bent metal shapes, at once artisanal and artistic. Pillows and plates become portable, carried as a tote or secured in a leather harness. In terms of footwear, women wear sandals that wrap around the ankle and flip-flops on a gentle platform; men, an espadrille- style shoe that conjures the countryside.     The Chiquito finds new expression yet again. Chrome-free vegetal tones of vibrant rose, orange and blue show early signs of natural patina, while linen offers an alternative to leather. The Chiquito Nœud features an extra-long top-handle that can be looped or worn on the shoulder. Triangular prism and cube shapes for women, and a toolbox-style case for men expand upon the recognizable references of JACQUEMUS bags. Lastly, as if the Chiquito couldn’t get any smaller, it now appears as a single earring stud.

‘The adventures of Zoooom with friends’ Digital Paris Fashion Week, July 2020.
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‘The adventures of Zoooom with friends’ Digital Paris Fashion Week, July 2020.

Fashion Week This season’s story is somewhatunique and calls for a di erentkind of introduction. You see, a motley crew of characters had ar- rived in Paris, one unrulier than the other. Zoooom with friends, they called them, for Zoooom was their guide and time travelled fast in their pace.   In the age-old City of Lights, no stranger to the rebel, our colour- ful characters loaded their LouisVuitton trunks with the nest n-eries they could nd, boarded abarge and sailed into the sun, which always rises in the East...   Through the ve days of fashionweek, the colourful rascals swept through the city’s gilded salons, went wild at Louis Vuitton, and cruised down the River Seine leav- ing behind them a rainbow tracetrans xed across the Paris sky.   And when they left, Paris felt a little empty. Where did Zoooom with friends go? Would they everreturn? Sure they would, but rstthey had a voyage to make. What you had witnessed here could be the end of a particularly riotous story. But it wasn’t. It was the beginning.   “Sacrebleu!” cried the good folk of Paris as Zoooom with friends turned tradition on its head, painting the town and the hallowed halls of Asnières. But fright soon turned to fondness, for unusual as they were, they brought only good intentions. This season’s story is somewhatunique and calls for a di erentkind of introduction. You see, a motley crew of characters had ar- rived in Paris, one unrulier than the other. Zoooom with friends, they called them, for Zoooom was their guide and time travelled fast in their pace.   In the age-old City of Lights, no stranger to the rebel, our colour- ful characters loaded their LouisVuitton trunks with the nest n-eries they could nd, boarded abarge and sailed into the sun, which always rises in the East...   Through the ve days of fashionweek, the colourful rascals swept through the city’s gilded salons, went wild at Louis Vuitton, and cruised down the River Seine leav- ing behind them a rainbow tracetrans xed across the Paris sky.   And when they left, Paris felt a little empty. Where did Zoooom with friends go? Would they everreturn? Sure they would, but rstthey had a voyage to make. What you had witnessed here could be the end of a particularly riotous story. But it wasn’t. It was the beginning.   “Sacrebleu!” cried the good folk of Paris as Zoooom with friends turned tradition on its head, painting the town and the hallowed halls of Asnières. But fright soon turned to fondness, for unusual as they were, they brought only good intentions.

FENTY releases 6-20 as third drop
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FENTY releases 6-20 as third drop

Fashion The peak of FENTY’s summer trip, Drop 3 brings the shapes, prints and emotion of the release together in an after-party.     Celebrating the free spirit and curious nature of youth, the psychedelic print hinted at in the previous two drops is in full flow now as a full-bleed digital print on a stretch jersey T-shirt, leggings, and long-sleeved dress with the release’s signature side-slit. Drop 1’s tie-dye pinstripe poplin shirt and pencil skirt are also reborn in the acid flower print, along with the draped white silk shirt and bascule hoodie.     There’s a late 90s/ early 00s undertone to certain silhouettes, evoking nostalgia for the youth culture of that era: a backless top in two colorways, a white bustier top that drops to the floor, and a one-strap asymmetric dress, all in chiffon. Playing to the casual styling common to every youth aesthetic, each piece can be dressed down with jeans or cropped shorts.     Drop 3 is where we introduce our new fashion jewelry offering, in keeping with the theme of casual, multifunctional styling. Psyche flower charms made from resin and strass in red, green, pink, silver and gold adorn various lengths of a brass ball chain necklace with palladium finish. Transforming to suit every mood and outfit, the chain works as a long necklace, belly chain, doubled up necklace, tripled up anklet or bracelet. A single flower earring comes with its own super dangly chain.     That completes our 6-20 release, embodying the free, fun spirit and limitless possibilities of youth. Available now on FENTY.com   The peak of FENTY’s summer trip, Drop 3 brings the shapes, prints and emotion of the release together in an after-party.     Celebrating the free spirit and curious nature of youth, the psychedelic print hinted at in the previous two drops is in full flow now as a full-bleed digital print on a stretch jersey T-shirt, leggings, and long-sleeved dress with the release’s signature side-slit. Drop 1’s tie-dye pinstripe poplin shirt and pencil skirt are also reborn in the acid flower print, along with the draped white silk shirt and bascule hoodie.     There’s a late 90s/ early 00s undertone to certain silhouettes, evoking nostalgia for the youth culture of that era: a backless top in two colorways, a white bustier top that drops to the floor, and a one-strap asymmetric dress, all in chiffon. Playing to the casual styling common to every youth aesthetic, each piece can be dressed down with jeans or cropped shorts.     Drop 3 is where we introduce our new fashion jewelry offering, in keeping with the theme of casual, multifunctional styling. Psyche flower charms made from resin and strass in red, green, pink, silver and gold adorn various lengths of a brass ball chain necklace with palladium finish. Transforming to suit every mood and outfit, the chain works as a long necklace, belly chain, doubled up necklace, tripled up anklet or bracelet. A single flower earring comes with its own super dangly chain.     That completes our 6-20 release, embodying the free, fun spirit and limitless possibilities of youth. Available now on FENTY.com  

Ninamounah 006
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Ninamounah 006

Fashion Collection 006 : The Nest. A look at our most intimate surroundings.     For SS21 we looked inwards. Melting together deadstock materials and recalibrated signature silhouettes. Born from a moment of stillness and reassessment, our new collection comes from a feeling of hope for a bright, new future.   Photo @michael_smits Art direction @ferdisibbel Hair @latoyavelberg Make up @janfuite Talent @veronikaqbaron @metropolitanmodelsgroup Collection 006 : The Nest. A look at our most intimate surroundings.     For SS21 we looked inwards. Melting together deadstock materials and recalibrated signature silhouettes. Born from a moment of stillness and reassessment, our new collection comes from a feeling of hope for a bright, new future.   Photo @michael_smits Art direction @ferdisibbel Hair @latoyavelberg Make up @janfuite Talent @veronikaqbaron @metropolitanmodelsgroup

The new Balenciaga Neo Classic bag
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The new Balenciaga Neo Classic bag

Accessories In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Balenciaga Classic bag, the Neo Classic revitalizes an iconic design with an updated look, new dimensions, and arefurbished interior. Available again in sizes City Nano to City L, the Neo Classic’sreviewed proportions, exposed edges, and bonded nappa lamb lining appeal to a contemporary sensibility.     In the early aughts, the Classic was made especially popular by tabloid stars and super models, solidifying its place in It Bag history. Officially introduced on the Winter 20 runway, the Neo Classic is at once recognizable as the original Classic and part of the current Balenciaga lexicon.     Made of leathers in a range of finishes including crocodile-embossed andspazzolato calf, the Neo Classic bags’ tasseled zip closures, and sharpened edges exhibit both the enduring shape of a modern classic and the unique codes of the House helmed by artistic director Demna Gvasalia.     The Balenciaga Neo Classic colorways each include complementary hues of galvanized metal hardware and painted edges. The bag line is completed with a full range of small leather goods, from card holders to pouches with shoulder straps.     The Balenciaga Neo Classic line will be available in selected stores starting on July 20th, 2020. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Balenciaga Classic bag, the Neo Classic revitalizes an iconic design with an updated look, new dimensions, and arefurbished interior. Available again in sizes City Nano to City L, the Neo Classic’sreviewed proportions, exposed edges, and bonded nappa lamb lining appeal to a contemporary sensibility.     In the early aughts, the Classic was made especially popular by tabloid stars and super models, solidifying its place in It Bag history. Officially introduced on the Winter 20 runway, the Neo Classic is at once recognizable as the original Classic and part of the current Balenciaga lexicon.     Made of leathers in a range of finishes including crocodile-embossed andspazzolato calf, the Neo Classic bags’ tasseled zip closures, and sharpened edges exhibit both the enduring shape of a modern classic and the unique codes of the House helmed by artistic director Demna Gvasalia.     The Balenciaga Neo Classic colorways each include complementary hues of galvanized metal hardware and painted edges. The bag line is completed with a full range of small leather goods, from card holders to pouches with shoulder straps.     The Balenciaga Neo Classic line will be available in selected stores starting on July 20th, 2020.

MR PORTER presents Gone Surfin'
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MR PORTER presents Gone Surfin'

Men MR PORTER, the award-winning global online retail destination for men’s style, is pleased to announce the launch of Gone Surfin’, a series of exclusive capsule collections that honour and nod to the rich history and tradition of surf culture across the globe.     Launching 6 July, Gone Surfin’, features 15 brands with 171 exclusive pieces of clothing, shoes, accessories and lifestyle items from ahnah, Birdwell, Faherty, Go Barefoot, James Perse, Miansai, Mollusk, Noon Goons, Outerknown, Peyote Bird, Pilgrim Surf + Supply, Reyn Spooner, Saturdays NYC, Sonic Editions, and The Elder Statesman. The series of capsules are rounded out with a curated selection of natural skin care product from Salt & Stone, as well as Mr Laird Hamilton’s book, Fuel Up.     Each collaborator has tapped into their own unique take on the surfer style and spirit, and together, they compriseMR PORTER’s nod to the ritualistic sport and defining subculture.     “In our celebration of surf culture, we collaborated with an expansive and defining group of surf-minded partners, each with their own unique voice, history and engagement with the surfing lifestyle. The collection is wide- ranging and the appeal is universal; both for our customers who are surf zealots through to those whole like toembrace the casual style.” Mr Sam Kershaw, Buying Director, MR PORTER     MR PORTER will launch Gone Surfin’ with a global creative campaign featuring South African surfer Mr Mikey February. MR PORTER will also launch a series of dedicated editorial and social content across our online magazine The Journal and social media platforms. The Gone Surfin’ capsule collections will range in price from£5/€5/$5 - £1,005/€1,145/$1,045 MR PORTER, the award-winning global online retail destination for men’s style, is pleased to announce the launch of Gone Surfin’, a series of exclusive capsule collections that honour and nod to the rich history and tradition of surf culture across the globe.     Launching 6 July, Gone Surfin’, features 15 brands with 171 exclusive pieces of clothing, shoes, accessories and lifestyle items from ahnah, Birdwell, Faherty, Go Barefoot, James Perse, Miansai, Mollusk, Noon Goons, Outerknown, Peyote Bird, Pilgrim Surf + Supply, Reyn Spooner, Saturdays NYC, Sonic Editions, and The Elder Statesman. The series of capsules are rounded out with a curated selection of natural skin care product from Salt & Stone, as well as Mr Laird Hamilton’s book, Fuel Up.     Each collaborator has tapped into their own unique take on the surfer style and spirit, and together, they compriseMR PORTER’s nod to the ritualistic sport and defining subculture.     “In our celebration of surf culture, we collaborated with an expansive and defining group of surf-minded partners, each with their own unique voice, history and engagement with the surfing lifestyle. The collection is wide- ranging and the appeal is universal; both for our customers who are surf zealots through to those whole like toembrace the casual style.” Mr Sam Kershaw, Buying Director, MR PORTER     MR PORTER will launch Gone Surfin’ with a global creative campaign featuring South African surfer Mr Mikey February. MR PORTER will also launch a series of dedicated editorial and social content across our online magazine The Journal and social media platforms. The Gone Surfin’ capsule collections will range in price from£5/€5/$5 - £1,005/€1,145/$1,045

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