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Kristen Stewart faces the Spring & Summer ad campaign of Chanel
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Kristen Stewart faces the Spring & Summer ad campaign of Chanel

Fashion  Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 Ad campaign feautures Kristen Stewart ambassador of CHANEL, who is the face of the ad campaign shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. The Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection will be available in boutiques in March.  Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 Ad campaign feautures Kristen Stewart ambassador of CHANEL, who is the face of the ad campaign shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. The Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection will be available in boutiques in March.

Alexander Mcqueen Spring & Summer 2020
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Alexander Mcqueen Spring & Summer 2020

Fashion The Alexander Mcqueen Spirng & Summer 2020 campaign featuring Vivien Solari, Felice Noordhoff, Imaan Hammam. photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth. The Alexander Mcqueen Spirng & Summer 2020 campaign featuring Vivien Solari, Felice Noordhoff, Imaan Hammam. photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth.

Dior in Miami
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Dior in Miami

Fashion exclusive images by Victor Vergara from the Dior men's show in Miami. #DiorMiami exclusive images by Victor Vergara from the Dior men's show in Miami. #DiorMiami

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At Givenchy, stars align for their new campaign
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At Givenchy, stars align for their new campaign

Fashion For its Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign, the House of Givenchy revisits its signature “couple” theme with an iconoclastic new pairing. In a glamorous, fresh dichotomy, the House reveals two icons — Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs — in a campaign lensed by the photographer Craig McDean, with guidance from Givenchy Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller. Together and individually, the Paris-based actress and the New York-based designer appear in portraits that boldly celebrate individualistic beauty and the liberated, self-assured attitude so emblematic of Givenchy. The series honors the “Givenchy sitting” style of portraiture, a celebration of strength, wit and innate elegance. It follows the campaign starring Ariana Grande, for the Fall-Winter 2019 season. Wearing directional looks and key accessories from the Spring-Summer 2020 collection, each icon appears in his or her signature style, Rampling in masculine tailoring and Jacobs in more feminine pieces. Both radiate strength of character, their natural grandeur further underscored by a neutral setting. Dual perspectives feature close-ups and three-quarter length images in color and black and white. In single portraits, they offer a personal take on Bond accessories. Dressed in graphic black and white, Rampling folds the Bond shopper under her arm while Jacobs, dressed in a shiny black overcoat, carries a men’s Bond duffle that’s filled to capacity. In a naturalistic three-quarter portrait, Rampling gazes at the viewer with her signature mysterious half-smile, the season’s star handbag, the ID93 in buttery yellow suede, slung casually over her shoulder. In another image, she appears dressed in a trench and smoky aviators with the Mystic bag in cognac leather. A dual portrait shows the stars radiating grace and confidence. Posing back-to-back, they embody a complementary take on the season’s sophisticated red floral motifs. In the campaign’s companion video, Rampling and Jacobs stars appear “as they are”. Rampling - dressed in her signature masculine/feminine style – offers Jacobs a master class in the dramatic arts. With timeless chic and natural grace, the English icon coolly plays foil to the New York-based designer’s extravagant, tongue-in-cheek take on femininity. Surreal and absurd elements show the season’s footwear playing telephone, for example. The Givenchy Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign will be released online today and break in the March issue of selected magazines worldwide. Creative Director: Clare Waight Keller Photographer: Craig McDean, Talents: Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs Video Screenplay: Hermione Hoby  For its Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign, the House of Givenchy revisits its signature “couple” theme with an iconoclastic new pairing. In a glamorous, fresh dichotomy, the House reveals two icons — Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs — in a campaign lensed by the photographer Craig McDean, with guidance from Givenchy Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller. Together and individually, the Paris-based actress and the New York-based designer appear in portraits that boldly celebrate individualistic beauty and the liberated, self-assured attitude so emblematic of Givenchy. The series honors the “Givenchy sitting” style of portraiture, a celebration of strength, wit and innate elegance. It follows the campaign starring Ariana Grande, for the Fall-Winter 2019 season. Wearing directional looks and key accessories from the Spring-Summer 2020 collection, each icon appears in his or her signature style, Rampling in masculine tailoring and Jacobs in more feminine pieces. Both radiate strength of character, their natural grandeur further underscored by a neutral setting. Dual perspectives feature close-ups and three-quarter length images in color and black and white. In single portraits, they offer a personal take on Bond accessories. Dressed in graphic black and white, Rampling folds the Bond shopper under her arm while Jacobs, dressed in a shiny black overcoat, carries a men’s Bond duffle that’s filled to capacity. In a naturalistic three-quarter portrait, Rampling gazes at the viewer with her signature mysterious half-smile, the season’s star handbag, the ID93 in buttery yellow suede, slung casually over her shoulder. In another image, she appears dressed in a trench and smoky aviators with the Mystic bag in cognac leather. A dual portrait shows the stars radiating grace and confidence. Posing back-to-back, they embody a complementary take on the season’s sophisticated red floral motifs. In the campaign’s companion video, Rampling and Jacobs stars appear “as they are”. Rampling - dressed in her signature masculine/feminine style – offers Jacobs a master class in the dramatic arts. With timeless chic and natural grace, the English icon coolly plays foil to the New York-based designer’s extravagant, tongue-in-cheek take on femininity. Surreal and absurd elements show the season’s footwear playing telephone, for example. The Givenchy Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign will be released online today and break in the March issue of selected magazines worldwide. Creative Director: Clare Waight Keller Photographer: Craig McDean, Talents: Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs Video Screenplay: Hermione Hoby 

Saint Laurent men's Spring & Summer 2020 campaign with Rami Malek
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Saint Laurent men's Spring & Summer 2020 campaign with Rami Malek

Fashion Art Direction: Anthony Vaccarello Director: David Sims Talent: Rami Malek ysl.com #YSL #SaintLaurent #YvesSaintLaurent @anthonyvaccarello Art Direction: Anthony Vaccarello Director: David Sims Talent: Rami Malek ysl.com #YSL #SaintLaurent #YvesSaintLaurent @anthonyvaccarello

Filling Pieces debut their first full collection
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Filling Pieces debut their first full collection

Fashion Week Marking the departure from their reputation as a footwear brand, Filling Pieces return to Paris with a virtual runway showcasing their first full collection. The 27-look presentation consists of eyewear, bags, accessories, small leather goods, apparel and of course, footwear. Founder and creative director Guillaume Philibert commented that he is “beyond excited and extremely proud of the collection to be shown in Paris this week”, labelling it “The best to-date”. Without needing to access a show, consumers as well as buyers can visit the FP showroom and view the AW20 SPIRIT collection modelled by the likes of Nick Goulden, in the form of a pre-recorded runway beamed onto the walls. The concept of SPIRIT as a theme stems from the belief in a fifth element bonding earth, fire, water and air. Spirit also represents the desire to understand the unspoken bonds that unite humanity. Each element is interpreted with a unique design direction throughout the collection. Continuing the theme, Filling Pieces have commissioned Makers Unite to produce several pieces for the RTW AW20 collection. The Amsterdam-based organisation nurtures the creative talent of refugees, helping them to integrate into society. A topic which resonates deeply with FP’s brand heritage. Marking the departure from their reputation as a footwear brand, Filling Pieces return to Paris with a virtual runway showcasing their first full collection. The 27-look presentation consists of eyewear, bags, accessories, small leather goods, apparel and of course, footwear. Founder and creative director Guillaume Philibert commented that he is “beyond excited and extremely proud of the collection to be shown in Paris this week”, labelling it “The best to-date”. Without needing to access a show, consumers as well as buyers can visit the FP showroom and view the AW20 SPIRIT collection modelled by the likes of Nick Goulden, in the form of a pre-recorded runway beamed onto the walls. The concept of SPIRIT as a theme stems from the belief in a fifth element bonding earth, fire, water and air. Spirit also represents the desire to understand the unspoken bonds that unite humanity. Each element is interpreted with a unique design direction throughout the collection. Continuing the theme, Filling Pieces have commissioned Makers Unite to produce several pieces for the RTW AW20 collection. The Amsterdam-based organisation nurtures the creative talent of refugees, helping them to integrate into society. A topic which resonates deeply with FP’s brand heritage.

Hermès Autumn & Winter 2020
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Hermès Autumn & Winter 2020

Fashion Week Collection can be best describes as radical. Pure lines form ample shapes and generous proportions. In counterpoint, warm fabrics create a topography of sensuality and depth. The designs assert their graphic power. The garment’s lining — its functional double sidedness — comes fully to light, almost hypnotically, with a flick of the wrist. From a chromatic field in chiaro-oscuro — backlit peat, clay, ebony, sepia, and hazelnut — a luminous winter springs forth. Nighttime with shades of brown and black. Colors of the collection vary from camel, off-white, rope, hazelnut, peat, chocolate, ebony, tuscany, vanilla, linden tree, clay, steel, flannel, coal, charcoal, black.  for more go on hermes.com Collection can be best describes as radical. Pure lines form ample shapes and generous proportions. In counterpoint, warm fabrics create a topography of sensuality and depth. The designs assert their graphic power. The garment’s lining — its functional double sidedness — comes fully to light, almost hypnotically, with a flick of the wrist. From a chromatic field in chiaro-oscuro — backlit peat, clay, ebony, sepia, and hazelnut — a luminous winter springs forth. Nighttime with shades of brown and black. Colors of the collection vary from camel, off-white, rope, hazelnut, peat, chocolate, ebony, tuscany, vanilla, linden tree, clay, steel, flannel, coal, charcoal, black.  for more go on hermes.com

Givenchy Fall & Winter 2020 men's ready to wear collection
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Givenchy Fall & Winter 2020 men's ready to wear collection

Fashion Week An innate ability to interpret tradition with spontaneity is the key to new elegance. Self-expression is paramount, permitting moments of unbridled opulence and psychedelia within the everyday. Clare Waight Keller liberates the Men’s Fall - Winter 2020-21 collection with an intimate ode to the modern man, adorned. The tenets of the New Age drifter imply a penchant for collecting, embellishment and artifice. The subcontinental style of the 14th Maharajah of Indore (1908 - 1961) is a key visual cue for the season’s symbiotic relationship between clothing and jewellery. In the 1930s, he travelled to Los Angeles from India, where he fell in love. The fearless aristocrat embraced Modernism and elements of the West throughout his life and spent his days draped in pearls, gemstones, and precious metals. His influence immerses the collection in a lavish hedonism, juxtaposed by the fetish remix of a sleek future wardrobe. Elegant hardware evolves the silhouette of slimline Givenchy tailoring, as double-breasted blazers and nipped coats fasten with brooches, kilt pins, and fob chains spinning with charms. Wrapped shirts and gilets mimic their formality, whilst a contrasting suit lapel, jewel-toned latex layers and a zipped cummerbund subvert classic proportions. Horology and lapidary sketches become totemic prints on stretch tulle and jersey tops, informing flourishes of bullion thread and crystal embroideries on Haute Couture topcoats. Injecting toughness, glossed leather trousers, oversized patchwork knits and boxy shirt jackets echo the sleek nocturnal attitude of chrome-capped, square toe boots worn under a bootcut pant. In hand, the giant Antigona Soft carry-all is crafted in polished calfskin with woven toile or rich shearling panels. An innate ability to interpret tradition with spontaneity is the key to new elegance. Self-expression is paramount, permitting moments of unbridled opulence and psychedelia within the everyday. Clare Waight Keller liberates the Men’s Fall - Winter 2020-21 collection with an intimate ode to the modern man, adorned. The tenets of the New Age drifter imply a penchant for collecting, embellishment and artifice. The subcontinental style of the 14th Maharajah of Indore (1908 - 1961) is a key visual cue for the season’s symbiotic relationship between clothing and jewellery. In the 1930s, he travelled to Los Angeles from India, where he fell in love. The fearless aristocrat embraced Modernism and elements of the West throughout his life and spent his days draped in pearls, gemstones, and precious metals. His influence immerses the collection in a lavish hedonism, juxtaposed by the fetish remix of a sleek future wardrobe. Elegant hardware evolves the silhouette of slimline Givenchy tailoring, as double-breasted blazers and nipped coats fasten with brooches, kilt pins, and fob chains spinning with charms. Wrapped shirts and gilets mimic their formality, whilst a contrasting suit lapel, jewel-toned latex layers and a zipped cummerbund subvert classic proportions. Horology and lapidary sketches become totemic prints on stretch tulle and jersey tops, informing flourishes of bullion thread and crystal embroideries on Haute Couture topcoats. Injecting toughness, glossed leather trousers, oversized patchwork knits and boxy shirt jackets echo the sleek nocturnal attitude of chrome-capped, square toe boots worn under a bootcut pant. In hand, the giant Antigona Soft carry-all is crafted in polished calfskin with woven toile or rich shearling panels.

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