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Exclusive editorial by Vincent Merino in collaboration with OMNIÅ
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Exclusive editorial by Vincent Merino in collaboration with OMNIÅ

Fashion Brand new exclusive digital editorial captured by Vincent Merino.   OMNIÅ to Introduce S1 Collection : Meet the Modern Militants building an underground luxury accessories brand wanting to sew the edges of humanity together, through a multi-faceted collective of forward thinkers, encouraging one another to stay “woke.” OMNIÅ was born through the simple encountering question “Heb je een vuurtje?” - translated to “Do you have a lighter?” this moment sparked highly diverse creatives to go on a mission to break the boundaries created by modern day society. Et voilà : S1 Modern Militant, was weaved from the reality of 2 strangers falling in love, and how it only takes a moment for the lovers to turn one another's world’s upside down. Nevertheless, the utopia of being together is really the catalyst of a movement known as “strength in numbers”. The bags; their armor - initially, until they let their guards down - toned in militant greens, a touch of ultra-marine blue and the mystery of a black beauty colourway.  Let’s make the world fall in love, again.     In collaboration for bags: OMNIÅ (@omnia_worldwide) for more information: https://www.fouramsterdam.com/brands/omnia/ Art director: Anyah Sealey (@blackthecreator) On set producers: Diek van der plas (@dirkadondirka) + Liz Bykov (@supwithliz) Photographer: Vincent Merino (@vmerinoph) Videographer & editor: Firginio Arlaud (@Firginio) Gaffer & lighting editor: Jerliena Roosblad (@rosefeuilles) Videographer & editor: Firginio Arlaud (@firginio) Sound engineer: Daniel Berends (@shakedmusic) Music & Voice over: Joiah (@__joiah___) Gaffer & lighting editor: (@rosefeuilles) MUA: Jazz Ben Khalifa (@itsmua.khalifa) Hair: Haka (@hakahair) Models: Lou van Hoff (@louvanhoff) & Marcus Hansma (@marcus.hansma) at The Movement Location: Venu (at_venu) Casting director: Timotej Letonja (timiletonja) Stylist: Gino (@Ginogurrieri)           Brand new exclusive digital editorial captured by Vincent Merino.   OMNIÅ to Introduce S1 Collection : Meet the Modern Militants building an underground luxury accessories brand wanting to sew the edges of humanity together, through a multi-faceted collective of forward thinkers, encouraging one another to stay “woke.” OMNIÅ was born through the simple encountering question “Heb je een vuurtje?” - translated to “Do you have a lighter?” this moment sparked highly diverse creatives to go on a mission to break the boundaries created by modern day society. Et voilà : S1 Modern Militant, was weaved from the reality of 2 strangers falling in love, and how it only takes a moment for the lovers to turn one another's world’s upside down. Nevertheless, the utopia of being together is really the catalyst of a movement known as “strength in numbers”. The bags; their armor - initially, until they let their guards down - toned in militant greens, a touch of ultra-marine blue and the mystery of a black beauty colourway.  Let’s make the world fall in love, again.     In collaboration for bags: OMNIÅ (@omnia_worldwide) for more information: https://www.fouramsterdam.com/brands/omnia/ Art director: Anyah Sealey (@blackthecreator) On set producers: Diek van der plas (@dirkadondirka) + Liz Bykov (@supwithliz) Photographer: Vincent Merino (@vmerinoph) Videographer & editor: Firginio Arlaud (@Firginio) Gaffer & lighting editor: Jerliena Roosblad (@rosefeuilles) Videographer & editor: Firginio Arlaud (@firginio) Sound engineer: Daniel Berends (@shakedmusic) Music & Voice over: Joiah (@__joiah___) Gaffer & lighting editor: (@rosefeuilles) MUA: Jazz Ben Khalifa (@itsmua.khalifa) Hair: Haka (@hakahair) Models: Lou van Hoff (@louvanhoff) & Marcus Hansma (@marcus.hansma) at The Movement Location: Venu (at_venu) Casting director: Timotej Letonja (timiletonja) Stylist: Gino (@Ginogurrieri)          

UNIQLO to Partner with Musée du Louvre from 2021
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UNIQLO to Partner with Musée du Louvre from 2021

Fashion Global apparel retailer UNIQLO welcomes the year 2021 by announcing a four-year partnership with Musée du Louvre in Paris. The aim of the new partnership is to offer a wide-ranging program that matches the desire of both parties to better familiarize the public with the museum's must-see masterpieces and thereby increase the joy of art in daily life.       "I am honored and excited to be partnering with the world-renowned Musée du Louvre. This is a longtime dream come true,"said Fast Retailing Chairman, President, and CEO Tadashi Yanai. "UNIQLO has done much to date to share the pleasure of art with the general public, especially in keeping with our commitment to LifeWear, which is clothing designed to help make everyone’s daily life better. We hope that our partnership with the museum can enable as many people as possibleto experience and appreciate theuniversal beauty of the masterworks intheir collections."     As the first initiative in the program, the UNIQLO T-shirt (UT) brand will debut Musée du LouvreCollectionon February 4, with date to differ by market. The men's UT line was created by prominent British graphic artist Peter Saville,well-known for revolutionizing record cover designs in the early 80's, especially for Joy Division and New Order. His sophisticated graphic approach to the new collection concentrates on the inventory number system that museums use to catalog the works of art. Additionally UNIQLO will launch women's UTs featuring Louvre works with a focus on the female form as a universal message for diversity and expand its overallcollection with new items through 2024.     Starting spring 2021, UNIQLO will take over sponsorship of the Free Saturday Nights program that began in January 2019. Designed as unique, festive occasions, these night openings are aimed at encouraging new visitors to learn about the Louvre and its artworks in a more relaxed environment. For this purpose, the museum's opening hours are extended on the first Saturday of each month from 6 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Visitors are invited to wander through the three wings of the Louvre, discovering masterpieces of art history and the little-known corners of the former palace of the kings of France.      Free Saturday Nights is popular; 160,000 people participated in 2019, mainly families and people working in the Paris region. Although temporarily suspended due to the current pandemic, this program is expected to resume its usual rhythm on the first Saturday of each month.     The UNIQLO partnership with the Louvre also includes support of the Mini-Discovery Tour, a new format launched by theLouvre in July 2020. Mostly dedicated to families, these 20 minutes guided tours will take place on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.     For more information about the partnership, including videos of interviews with museum personnel and comments from Peter Saville, please access website https://www.uniqlo.com/louvre-x-uniqlo/ Global apparel retailer UNIQLO welcomes the year 2021 by announcing a four-year partnership with Musée du Louvre in Paris. The aim of the new partnership is to offer a wide-ranging program that matches the desire of both parties to better familiarize the public with the museum's must-see masterpieces and thereby increase the joy of art in daily life.       "I am honored and excited to be partnering with the world-renowned Musée du Louvre. This is a longtime dream come true,"said Fast Retailing Chairman, President, and CEO Tadashi Yanai. "UNIQLO has done much to date to share the pleasure of art with the general public, especially in keeping with our commitment to LifeWear, which is clothing designed to help make everyone’s daily life better. We hope that our partnership with the museum can enable as many people as possibleto experience and appreciate theuniversal beauty of the masterworks intheir collections."     As the first initiative in the program, the UNIQLO T-shirt (UT) brand will debut Musée du LouvreCollectionon February 4, with date to differ by market. The men's UT line was created by prominent British graphic artist Peter Saville,well-known for revolutionizing record cover designs in the early 80's, especially for Joy Division and New Order. His sophisticated graphic approach to the new collection concentrates on the inventory number system that museums use to catalog the works of art. Additionally UNIQLO will launch women's UTs featuring Louvre works with a focus on the female form as a universal message for diversity and expand its overallcollection with new items through 2024.     Starting spring 2021, UNIQLO will take over sponsorship of the Free Saturday Nights program that began in January 2019. Designed as unique, festive occasions, these night openings are aimed at encouraging new visitors to learn about the Louvre and its artworks in a more relaxed environment. For this purpose, the museum's opening hours are extended on the first Saturday of each month from 6 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Visitors are invited to wander through the three wings of the Louvre, discovering masterpieces of art history and the little-known corners of the former palace of the kings of France.      Free Saturday Nights is popular; 160,000 people participated in 2019, mainly families and people working in the Paris region. Although temporarily suspended due to the current pandemic, this program is expected to resume its usual rhythm on the first Saturday of each month.     The UNIQLO partnership with the Louvre also includes support of the Mini-Discovery Tour, a new format launched by theLouvre in July 2020. Mostly dedicated to families, these 20 minutes guided tours will take place on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.     For more information about the partnership, including videos of interviews with museum personnel and comments from Peter Saville, please access website https://www.uniqlo.com/louvre-x-uniqlo/

LEE x H&M: Collaborating for the next generation of more sustainable denim
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LEE x H&M: Collaborating for the next generation of more sustainable denim

Fashion H&M is proud to announce it has collaborated with American denim legends Lee to push for the next generation of more sustainable denim. It’s a holistic collaboration with advances at every stage of design and production, from H&M’s first ever 100% recycled cotton jeans, to non-leather backpatches made from cork and jacron paper. For the first time, H&M will also share Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) data on hm.com indicating the water, C02 & energy impact of each denim garment from raw materials to end of use.     This transparency is matched by the positivity of the fashion, with oversized and cocooning silhouettesas well as workwear shapes that draw on Lee’s esteemed heritage. Lee x H&M features collections for women, men and kids, and will be available from 28th January.     “We just loved working with Lee to push for change. A change for more sustainable and circular denimgarments. We looked at every detail and challenged each other in a positive way. It’s also amazing to work with Lee’s iconic designs and give them a bit of our flavor, for H&M denim lovers around the world,”says Jon Loman, designer at H&M.     “Lee is proud to be collaborating with H&M to continue our efforts to make better denim. Our brand was founded more than 130 years ago with innovation in mind, and today we are happy to be joining with H&M to advance denim into a more sustainable future,” says Chris Waldeck, EVP Global Brand President,Lee®     Lee x H&M is an ambitious collaboration that has sustainability central to its design. The brands took aholistic approach, looking at every stage of denim production. Fabric is crucial, such as H&M’s first 100%recycled cotton jeans, made from 80% post-industrial waste and 20% post-consumer waste. There’s also denim that’s cotton-free, made instead from renewable man-made fibers, as well water-saving dyes and lower impact denim washes that are external party verified for their lower water usage, chemical, and energy consumption.     For the women's collection there are loose fit jeans with a real 90's vibe, while Lee's classic rider jacket has been given a new, oversized look. The men's collection includes denim jackets with a workwear vibe, relaxed fit five pocket jeans and carpenter jeans. For women, men and kids there are dungarees, T-shirts, sweaters and accessories including a tote bag, beanies and bucket hats. For Lee x H&M, different types of organic and recycled cotton have been used and the brand labels are made of cork and jacron paper, a material similar to leather. H&M is proud to announce it has collaborated with American denim legends Lee to push for the next generation of more sustainable denim. It’s a holistic collaboration with advances at every stage of design and production, from H&M’s first ever 100% recycled cotton jeans, to non-leather backpatches made from cork and jacron paper. For the first time, H&M will also share Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) data on hm.com indicating the water, C02 & energy impact of each denim garment from raw materials to end of use.     This transparency is matched by the positivity of the fashion, with oversized and cocooning silhouettesas well as workwear shapes that draw on Lee’s esteemed heritage. Lee x H&M features collections for women, men and kids, and will be available from 28th January.     “We just loved working with Lee to push for change. A change for more sustainable and circular denimgarments. We looked at every detail and challenged each other in a positive way. It’s also amazing to work with Lee’s iconic designs and give them a bit of our flavor, for H&M denim lovers around the world,”says Jon Loman, designer at H&M.     “Lee is proud to be collaborating with H&M to continue our efforts to make better denim. Our brand was founded more than 130 years ago with innovation in mind, and today we are happy to be joining with H&M to advance denim into a more sustainable future,” says Chris Waldeck, EVP Global Brand President,Lee®     Lee x H&M is an ambitious collaboration that has sustainability central to its design. The brands took aholistic approach, looking at every stage of denim production. Fabric is crucial, such as H&M’s first 100%recycled cotton jeans, made from 80% post-industrial waste and 20% post-consumer waste. There’s also denim that’s cotton-free, made instead from renewable man-made fibers, as well water-saving dyes and lower impact denim washes that are external party verified for their lower water usage, chemical, and energy consumption.     For the women's collection there are loose fit jeans with a real 90's vibe, while Lee's classic rider jacket has been given a new, oversized look. The men's collection includes denim jackets with a workwear vibe, relaxed fit five pocket jeans and carpenter jeans. For women, men and kids there are dungarees, T-shirts, sweaters and accessories including a tote bag, beanies and bucket hats. For Lee x H&M, different types of organic and recycled cotton have been used and the brand labels are made of cork and jacron paper, a material similar to leather.

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THE DIOR CARO BAG
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THE DIOR CARO BAG

Accessories A true object of desire reinterpreted by Maria Grazia Chiuri for the spring-summer 2021 ready-to-wear show, the Dior Caro bag graces the looks of celebrities and friends of the House with a fashion statement. Personalities ranging from singer Jisoo to actresses Angela Baby, Bae Suzy, Lucy Ramos, Maria Bakalova, Yuko Araki and Cynthia Samuel have all taken to this faithful essential, recognizable for its supple leather adorned with the emblematic cannage motif and its oversized “CD” clasp. An irresistible, timeless model that captures and reinvents Dior’s stylistic daring. A true object of desire reinterpreted by Maria Grazia Chiuri for the spring-summer 2021 ready-to-wear show, the Dior Caro bag graces the looks of celebrities and friends of the House with a fashion statement. Personalities ranging from singer Jisoo to actresses Angela Baby, Bae Suzy, Lucy Ramos, Maria Bakalova, Yuko Araki and Cynthia Samuel have all taken to this faithful essential, recognizable for its supple leather adorned with the emblematic cannage motif and its oversized “CD” clasp. An irresistible, timeless model that captures and reinvents Dior’s stylistic daring.

Louis Vuitton Aerogram by Virgil Abloh
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Louis Vuitton Aerogram by Virgil Abloh

Accessories An aerogram is a lightweight sheet of writing paper that folds to form an envelope with a printed stamp, ready to be sent by airmail.     For Louis Vuitton, it symbolises the Art of Travel, a heritage close to the House’s heart that is intertwined with the most marvellous aviation experiences. Aerogram, the new collection of men’s leather goods, echoes this universe’s emblems, conveying a more contemporary than ever vision of travel.   Here, the edges are folded or bias cut at the ends, bringing to mind the shape of this historic letter associated with the rst Concorde journeys. A zipped pochette, a bumbag or a backpack, a Messenger or Keepall bag, a tote bag or a Soft Trunk Phone Box: all are crafted in black grained leather, with an exceptional suppleness resulting from special leatherwork in the House’s workshops. Connecting the heritage of travel with modernity, the Aerogram collection features clear-cut, almost architectural, lines that convey an utterly urban look created by Virgil Abloh.     On some pieces, a luggage tag, also in black leather, may evoke an on-the-go silhouette. The Louis Vuitton embossed leather signature on each piece is reminiscent of the seal, a relief promise of new horizons, from its origin to the destination of its dreams.     An aerogram is a lightweight sheet of writing paper that folds to form an envelope with a printed stamp, ready to be sent by airmail.     For Louis Vuitton, it symbolises the Art of Travel, a heritage close to the House’s heart that is intertwined with the most marvellous aviation experiences. Aerogram, the new collection of men’s leather goods, echoes this universe’s emblems, conveying a more contemporary than ever vision of travel.   Here, the edges are folded or bias cut at the ends, bringing to mind the shape of this historic letter associated with the rst Concorde journeys. A zipped pochette, a bumbag or a backpack, a Messenger or Keepall bag, a tote bag or a Soft Trunk Phone Box: all are crafted in black grained leather, with an exceptional suppleness resulting from special leatherwork in the House’s workshops. Connecting the heritage of travel with modernity, the Aerogram collection features clear-cut, almost architectural, lines that convey an utterly urban look created by Virgil Abloh.     On some pieces, a luggage tag, also in black leather, may evoke an on-the-go silhouette. The Louis Vuitton embossed leather signature on each piece is reminiscent of the seal, a relief promise of new horizons, from its origin to the destination of its dreams.    

Filling Pieces proudly presents its Autumn/Winter 2021 collection named Garden of Eden
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Filling Pieces proudly presents its Autumn/Winter 2021 collection named Garden of Eden

Fashion Presented in a lookbook shot by Paris-based photographer Francois Quillacq, Garden of Eden is inspired by the natural elements of life, with muted colours and soft fabrics that bring together the opposites of fantasy and nature. The collection reintroduces classics such as varsity jackets and wool overcoats, while also introducing items featuring a new FP monogram, premium knitwear, and new leather accessories.     Designed to bring us back in unity with our own nature, the Garden of Eden represents harmony within ourselves. Reduced to the essence, with an appreciation for everyday rituals and the simple nature of our being, this collection shows that in these trying times, being grounded is the best way to move forward. This philosophy is reflected in the soft organic materials, nature-inspired graphics and dark earthy tones that come back throughout the collection.     Creative Director Guillaume Philibert calls it Filling Pieces’ best collection to-date:    ‘Garden of Eden’ for me as the creative director has a special meaning, where the premise is this imaginary romantic place that we all desire during these times.  The color scheme, silhouettes and graphics/hardware was all curated to amplify this urge for this romantic place. Its been a great collaboration between the team and creative collaborators such as Francois Quillacq and Sandra Pechenard'      The Garden of Eden lookbook will be presented in full on Fillingpieces.com     The collection will be shared on the 12th of February but it's definitely available to share immediately.      CREDITS: Photography:    François Quillacq (@Francoisquillacq) Set Design: Sandra Pechenard   Models: Bilal (@Jhuoza) Palmyre (@palmyretrm) Presented in a lookbook shot by Paris-based photographer Francois Quillacq, Garden of Eden is inspired by the natural elements of life, with muted colours and soft fabrics that bring together the opposites of fantasy and nature. The collection reintroduces classics such as varsity jackets and wool overcoats, while also introducing items featuring a new FP monogram, premium knitwear, and new leather accessories.     Designed to bring us back in unity with our own nature, the Garden of Eden represents harmony within ourselves. Reduced to the essence, with an appreciation for everyday rituals and the simple nature of our being, this collection shows that in these trying times, being grounded is the best way to move forward. This philosophy is reflected in the soft organic materials, nature-inspired graphics and dark earthy tones that come back throughout the collection.     Creative Director Guillaume Philibert calls it Filling Pieces’ best collection to-date:    ‘Garden of Eden’ for me as the creative director has a special meaning, where the premise is this imaginary romantic place that we all desire during these times.  The color scheme, silhouettes and graphics/hardware was all curated to amplify this urge for this romantic place. Its been a great collaboration between the team and creative collaborators such as Francois Quillacq and Sandra Pechenard'      The Garden of Eden lookbook will be presented in full on Fillingpieces.com     The collection will be shared on the 12th of February but it's definitely available to share immediately.      CREDITS: Photography:    François Quillacq (@Francoisquillacq) Set Design: Sandra Pechenard   Models: Bilal (@Jhuoza) Palmyre (@palmyretrm)

Exclusive editorial by Clara Casas - Daziell
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Exclusive editorial by Clara Casas - Daziell

Fashion Photographer: Clara Casas - Daziell Photography Assistant: Diemante Sprainaityte Creative Direction and Styling: Ryan Wohlgemut Fashion Assistant: Elena Garcia Hair Stylist: Gordon Chapples using hair by Sam McKnight Hair Assistant: Vanessa Carreiro Makeup Artist: Elise Priestley using Armani  Producer: Chloe Anderson Casting Director: Daniel Estévez Models: Alek Malek @ PRM & Binta Diop @ Elite Photographer: Clara Casas - Daziell Photography Assistant: Diemante Sprainaityte Creative Direction and Styling: Ryan Wohlgemut Fashion Assistant: Elena Garcia Hair Stylist: Gordon Chapples using hair by Sam McKnight Hair Assistant: Vanessa Carreiro Makeup Artist: Elise Priestley using Armani  Producer: Chloe Anderson Casting Director: Daniel Estévez Models: Alek Malek @ PRM & Binta Diop @ Elite

CELINE HOMME Winter 2021 collection "Teen Knight Poem"
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CELINE HOMME Winter 2021 collection "Teen Knight Poem"

Fashion TEEN KNIGHT POEM CHÂTEAU DE CHAMBORD JANUARY 2021     YOUTH PARADE AND RENAISSANCE “NOUVEAU ROMANTIQUE” DIRECTED AND STYLED BY HEDI SLIMANE MUSIC ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK FOR CELINE “TIME SLIP” PERFORMED BY THE LOOM WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY GEORGE BARNETT & JACK BARNETT COMMISSIONED AND CO-PRODUCED BY HEDI SLIMANE     CREDITS: HAIR STYLIST ESTHER LANGHAM HAIR COLORIST ALEXANDRA BROWNSELL MAKE-UP ARTIST LAUREN AIELLO ART COLLABORATIONS:  HEDI SLIMANE INVITED SEVEN ARTISTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FORM OF THE “TEEN KNIGHT POEM” EDITIONS, IN THE MANNER OF A GROUP SHOW.   THOMAS SAUTER: “FIRE FLY”, 2016 (MARIA BERNHEIM GALLERY) HENDRIK HEGRAY: “HH1” 2008 (GALERIE VALERIA CETRARO) DAN WILSON: “SKATER BOY” 2012 AND “PEACE” 2020 GENE BEERY: “LIFE! 31⁄2 STARS” 2016, “A POEM” 2002, “7 CLOUDS 5 LIGHTNINGS” 1965 AND “STILL LIFE” 2016 (BODEGA GALLERY) OLIVIA CHAPMAN (BUGDUMB) : “MIME 1” 2020, “MIME 2” 2020 AND “MIME 3” 2020     ALTHEA JAMES : “HOW TO HOLD MYSELF” 2017, CAMBRIA GUEVARA (MERMAID HEX) : “STRANGE” 2017, “OUT OF MY MIND” 2019 TEEN KNIGHT POEM CHÂTEAU DE CHAMBORD JANUARY 2021     YOUTH PARADE AND RENAISSANCE “NOUVEAU ROMANTIQUE” DIRECTED AND STYLED BY HEDI SLIMANE MUSIC ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK FOR CELINE “TIME SLIP” PERFORMED BY THE LOOM WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY GEORGE BARNETT & JACK BARNETT COMMISSIONED AND CO-PRODUCED BY HEDI SLIMANE     CREDITS: HAIR STYLIST ESTHER LANGHAM HAIR COLORIST ALEXANDRA BROWNSELL MAKE-UP ARTIST LAUREN AIELLO ART COLLABORATIONS:  HEDI SLIMANE INVITED SEVEN ARTISTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FORM OF THE “TEEN KNIGHT POEM” EDITIONS, IN THE MANNER OF A GROUP SHOW.   THOMAS SAUTER: “FIRE FLY”, 2016 (MARIA BERNHEIM GALLERY) HENDRIK HEGRAY: “HH1” 2008 (GALERIE VALERIA CETRARO) DAN WILSON: “SKATER BOY” 2012 AND “PEACE” 2020 GENE BEERY: “LIFE! 31⁄2 STARS” 2016, “A POEM” 2002, “7 CLOUDS 5 LIGHTNINGS” 1965 AND “STILL LIFE” 2016 (BODEGA GALLERY) OLIVIA CHAPMAN (BUGDUMB) : “MIME 1” 2020, “MIME 2” 2020 AND “MIME 3” 2020     ALTHEA JAMES : “HOW TO HOLD MYSELF” 2017, CAMBRIA GUEVARA (MERMAID HEX) : “STRANGE” 2017, “OUT OF MY MIND” 2019

LOUIS VUITTON PRESENTS ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING & SUMMER 2021
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LOUIS VUITTON PRESENTS ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING & SUMMER 2021

Accessories New territories are explored as Louis Vuitton embraces ever more fluid and shifting identities. Old codes and icons are reinvented. Following on the heels of the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the Louis Vuitton accessories collection introduces bold and versatile new signatures that bring together the House’s various crafts in a harmonious blend.     With an up-to-the-minute chunky square or cat-eye shape, three new pairs of sunglasses offer this season’s take on the constantly shape-shifting Louis Vuitton design codes. The temples on the cat-eye model are formed from chain links inspired by leathercraft. The other two pairs toy with variations of the LV signature to make a feisty statement, either through Monogram acetate frames or with metallic hinges showcasing the LV Circle.     A strong presence in the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the chain made of large links engraved with the Monogram flower now makes its way onto fashion jewellery. Worn as a bracelet, necklace or earrings, it comes in gilt, silvered, or diamanté-set brass.     The collection also plays with zips, here brought into motion through necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. For effortless chic it can be paired with the Monogram leather cuff, complete with 80s subculture influences, or even with silk.     There are a variety of ways to accessorise Louis Vuitton’s silk squares.  Loosely tied around the neck, cinched around the waist as a belt, or bandana-style, silk squares as well as the new LV ENVY scarf offer a versatile look.   New territories are explored as Louis Vuitton embraces ever more fluid and shifting identities. Old codes and icons are reinvented. Following on the heels of the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the Louis Vuitton accessories collection introduces bold and versatile new signatures that bring together the House’s various crafts in a harmonious blend.     With an up-to-the-minute chunky square or cat-eye shape, three new pairs of sunglasses offer this season’s take on the constantly shape-shifting Louis Vuitton design codes. The temples on the cat-eye model are formed from chain links inspired by leathercraft. The other two pairs toy with variations of the LV signature to make a feisty statement, either through Monogram acetate frames or with metallic hinges showcasing the LV Circle.     A strong presence in the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the chain made of large links engraved with the Monogram flower now makes its way onto fashion jewellery. Worn as a bracelet, necklace or earrings, it comes in gilt, silvered, or diamanté-set brass.     The collection also plays with zips, here brought into motion through necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. For effortless chic it can be paired with the Monogram leather cuff, complete with 80s subculture influences, or even with silk.     There are a variety of ways to accessorise Louis Vuitton’s silk squares.  Loosely tied around the neck, cinched around the waist as a belt, or bandana-style, silk squares as well as the new LV ENVY scarf offer a versatile look.  

 Scotch & Soda presents the Summer collection
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Scotch & Soda presents the Summer collection

Fashion   A free-spirited mood defines the Scotch & Soda Summer 2021 collection, inspired by Simone Melchior, the 1950s sea explorer who challenged expectations of her gender and time to become the world’s first female scuba diver and a pioneer of marine conservation.     Drawing on her colourful life, the collection heroes an individual and personal approach to dressing built on an eclectic blend of colours, prints and classics.     Statement marine prints that celebrate Melchior’s love for the oceans and sea life abound. Starfish patterns glow in neon shades; graphic anemones pop in bright pinks and greens; metallic tiger shells playfully skew animal prints; while a rustic hand-sketched scene of farmhouses and florals nods to Melchior’s South of France upbringing.     A play on volume is explored in a multiplicity of silhouettes. Sometimes, it’s structured, like the puffed sleeves of a maxi dress; or loose and fluid in the wide leg of cargo trousers. Other times, it’s an unexpected mix of both, such as the fit-and-flow pleated skirt. Cropped shapes, high waists and full A-lines further experiment with proportions in designs that convey a sense of freedom.     An individual and personal approach to dressing playfully subverts the traditional codes of menswear. Summer tailoring is recast in pastels mirroring the colours of the sea with unexpected strength and softness. Highlights for men include a single-breasted blazer and trousers in foam green, and a shorts suit in bright wave blue. Pastels are also contrasted against clean essentials like a pink polo top in textured organic cotton towelling, a vivid dip-dyed ribbed knit, and Bermuda shorts in both surfer and tailored cuts.     The idea of seasonless dressing is key, anchored in modern classics influenced by the utilitarian practicality of marinière uniforms. Trench coats come oversized for layering in spring and ease in summer; likewise, the blazers in longer lengths. Knitted organic cotton- blend vests can be worn over dresses or as standalones, and easy pleated trousers, any time. They’re delivered in a joyful palette which takes on the hues of the Provençal countryside and sea: muted tones of sienna, sand, ecru and French blue, with bursts of orchid pink, marigold, salmon and foam green. Enriched with irreverent details, these epitomise the reinterpreted essentials that form the heart of every Scotch&Soda collection.   A free-spirited mood defines the Scotch & Soda Summer 2021 collection, inspired by Simone Melchior, the 1950s sea explorer who challenged expectations of her gender and time to become the world’s first female scuba diver and a pioneer of marine conservation.     Drawing on her colourful life, the collection heroes an individual and personal approach to dressing built on an eclectic blend of colours, prints and classics.     Statement marine prints that celebrate Melchior’s love for the oceans and sea life abound. Starfish patterns glow in neon shades; graphic anemones pop in bright pinks and greens; metallic tiger shells playfully skew animal prints; while a rustic hand-sketched scene of farmhouses and florals nods to Melchior’s South of France upbringing.     A play on volume is explored in a multiplicity of silhouettes. Sometimes, it’s structured, like the puffed sleeves of a maxi dress; or loose and fluid in the wide leg of cargo trousers. Other times, it’s an unexpected mix of both, such as the fit-and-flow pleated skirt. Cropped shapes, high waists and full A-lines further experiment with proportions in designs that convey a sense of freedom.     An individual and personal approach to dressing playfully subverts the traditional codes of menswear. Summer tailoring is recast in pastels mirroring the colours of the sea with unexpected strength and softness. Highlights for men include a single-breasted blazer and trousers in foam green, and a shorts suit in bright wave blue. Pastels are also contrasted against clean essentials like a pink polo top in textured organic cotton towelling, a vivid dip-dyed ribbed knit, and Bermuda shorts in both surfer and tailored cuts.     The idea of seasonless dressing is key, anchored in modern classics influenced by the utilitarian practicality of marinière uniforms. Trench coats come oversized for layering in spring and ease in summer; likewise, the blazers in longer lengths. Knitted organic cotton- blend vests can be worn over dresses or as standalones, and easy pleated trousers, any time. They’re delivered in a joyful palette which takes on the hues of the Provençal countryside and sea: muted tones of sienna, sand, ecru and French blue, with bursts of orchid pink, marigold, salmon and foam green. Enriched with irreverent details, these epitomise the reinterpreted essentials that form the heart of every Scotch&Soda collection.

SAINT LAURENT RIVE DROITE FEBRUARY 14TH
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SAINT LAURENT RIVE DROITE FEBRUARY 14TH

Fashion Saint Laurent Rive Droite celebrates love.     An exhibition of Derek Ridgers’ photographs curated by Anthony Vaccarello will take place in Paris and Los Angeles in February. A fanzine and RTW pieces featuring Derek Ridgers photographs will also be available. On Valentine’s day, a bouquet of 1 or 15 black baccara roses by Castor Florist will be made in a matte ivory white paper, sealed with a black ribbon and a complementary condom. In addition, an exclusive selection of chocolate from La Maison Du Chocolat will be available: heart shell chocolates in a mix of milk and dark chocolate ganache truf es and glazed chestnuts. A charm necklaces made of 18kt yellow gold or sterling silver will also be part of the assortment. All these items conceived by Anthony Vaccarello, will be exclusively available at Saint Laurent Rive Droite stores in Paris & LA as well as on the Saint Laurent Rive Droite website. Saint Laurent Rive Droite celebrates love.     An exhibition of Derek Ridgers’ photographs curated by Anthony Vaccarello will take place in Paris and Los Angeles in February. A fanzine and RTW pieces featuring Derek Ridgers photographs will also be available. On Valentine’s day, a bouquet of 1 or 15 black baccara roses by Castor Florist will be made in a matte ivory white paper, sealed with a black ribbon and a complementary condom. In addition, an exclusive selection of chocolate from La Maison Du Chocolat will be available: heart shell chocolates in a mix of milk and dark chocolate ganache truf es and glazed chestnuts. A charm necklaces made of 18kt yellow gold or sterling silver will also be part of the assortment. All these items conceived by Anthony Vaccarello, will be exclusively available at Saint Laurent Rive Droite stores in Paris & LA as well as on the Saint Laurent Rive Droite website.

IRO presents their new campaign for Spring & Summer
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IRO presents their new campaign for Spring & Summer

Fashion IRO is pleased to announce its new Spring & Summer 2021 advertising campaign, shot in Ibiza by Quentin de Briey. This campaign, featuring Edita V., is a tribute to freedom.     IRO is pleased to announce its new Spring & Summer 2021 advertising campaign, shot in Ibiza by Quentin de Briey. This campaign, featuring Edita V., is a tribute to freedom.    

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