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Fashion & Culture Magazine Numéro Netherlands Launches New Digital Edition
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Fashion & Culture Magazine Numéro Netherlands Launches New Digital Edition

Fashion Luxury fashion and culture magazine Numéro Netherlands has created a brand new digital edition in partnership with digital platform Exact Editions. The archive currently encompasses 3 back issues, and will grow with each new issue published.     Perched at the crossroads between women’s and men’s luxury magazines and cutting-edge magazines, Numéro Netherlands explores an original vision of luxury. Each issue is innovative, transgressive, inventive and an experimentation of style. It effortlessly connects brands to art, design and contemporary aesthetic codes, reinforcing their distinctness, uniqueness and luxury brand status.     All contents pages of the new archive will be linked to facilitate quick browsing, whilst the advanced search function allows readers to pinpoint references to specific keywords at the touch of a button across web, iOS and Android platforms.     Numéro Netherlands is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:   Individuals: https://shop.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands Institutions: https://institutions.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands     Editor-in-Chief, Timotej Letonja commented: “We are pleased to be offering this new digital option to subscribers old and new. Our photography and editorials are displayed compellingly across both online and web platforms, providing an aesthetically striking reading experience.”     Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “Numéro Netherlands joins a strong roster of luxury magazines already hosted on the platform. It will be a brilliant resource for fashion and culture aficionados and students, as well as institutional libraries. Luxury fashion and culture magazine Numéro Netherlands has created a brand new digital edition in partnership with digital platform Exact Editions. The archive currently encompasses 3 back issues, and will grow with each new issue published.     Perched at the crossroads between women’s and men’s luxury magazines and cutting-edge magazines, Numéro Netherlands explores an original vision of luxury. Each issue is innovative, transgressive, inventive and an experimentation of style. It effortlessly connects brands to art, design and contemporary aesthetic codes, reinforcing their distinctness, uniqueness and luxury brand status.     All contents pages of the new archive will be linked to facilitate quick browsing, whilst the advanced search function allows readers to pinpoint references to specific keywords at the touch of a button across web, iOS and Android platforms.     Numéro Netherlands is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:   Individuals: https://shop.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands Institutions: https://institutions.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands     Editor-in-Chief, Timotej Letonja commented: “We are pleased to be offering this new digital option to subscribers old and new. Our photography and editorials are displayed compellingly across both online and web platforms, providing an aesthetically striking reading experience.”     Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “Numéro Netherlands joins a strong roster of luxury magazines already hosted on the platform. It will be a brilliant resource for fashion and culture aficionados and students, as well as institutional libraries.

Zalando celebrates one year of ‘Drama-free’ pre-owned fashion with a dedicated campaign to launch iconic celebrity styles.
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Zalando celebrates one year of ‘Drama-free’ pre-owned fashion with a dedicated campaign to launch iconic celebrity styles.

Fashion Zalando, Europe’s leading platform for fashion and lifestyle, launches its Pre-Owned Drama-free campaign, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its pre-owned category that allows customers to find unique items and trade-in their existing clothes through a convenient digital experience.      Launched on September 13th, the Pre-owned ‘Drama-free’ marketing initiative delivers a campaign inclusive of PR, Influencer, and Social Media and an ATL campaign in 12 markets.     To further mark the first anniversary, a roster of top actors are contributing to the unique and fresh assortment of pre-owned products found on Zalando by trading in a limited number of iconic outfits, which fans can purchase on the site. The actors, no strangers to drama themselves, include of-the-moment Actor, Omar Rudberg, Actress and Singer, Julia Wieniawa, Actor and LGBTQA+ Activist, Lola Rodriguez, and Italian Actor, Pietro Turano. The collection of celebrity items will drop on 27th September, and fans can follow links on Zalando social channels to shop their heroes’ original looks.      “Pre-owned plays a key role on our way to be the Starting Point for Fashion.”, says Torben Hansen, VP Recommerce at Zalando.”Over the past year, we have received very positive feedback for our Pre-owned category - customers enjoy the high level of comfort and convenience we offer. This is why we put our convenience proposition in the centre of our latest Pre-owned campaign. ‘Drama Free’ represents what our Pre-owned experience is all about - connecting the fun of fashion shopping, freshness and self-expression with more sustainable fashion consumption and unmatched convenience.”       Natalie Wills, Director of Marketing at Zalando, says “Pre-Owned Drama-free” marks the next step of Zalando’s Pre-Owned offering. With the campaign we want to showcase how Zalando Pre-Owned combines the curiosity and uniqueness of fashion shopping, alongside more sustainable practices. With all of this in mind, it has never been easier to buy or sell pre-owned fashion. We’re hopeful that our campaign shows the ways Zalando Pre-Owned can help our customers to declutter and refresh their wardrobes while growing the prominence of pre-owned clothing in the fashion industry”.       https://www.zalando.ie/campaigns/pre-owned-drama-free-w/     #ZalandoPreowned Zalando, Europe’s leading platform for fashion and lifestyle, launches its Pre-Owned Drama-free campaign, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its pre-owned category that allows customers to find unique items and trade-in their existing clothes through a convenient digital experience.      Launched on September 13th, the Pre-owned ‘Drama-free’ marketing initiative delivers a campaign inclusive of PR, Influencer, and Social Media and an ATL campaign in 12 markets.     To further mark the first anniversary, a roster of top actors are contributing to the unique and fresh assortment of pre-owned products found on Zalando by trading in a limited number of iconic outfits, which fans can purchase on the site. The actors, no strangers to drama themselves, include of-the-moment Actor, Omar Rudberg, Actress and Singer, Julia Wieniawa, Actor and LGBTQA+ Activist, Lola Rodriguez, and Italian Actor, Pietro Turano. The collection of celebrity items will drop on 27th September, and fans can follow links on Zalando social channels to shop their heroes’ original looks.      “Pre-owned plays a key role on our way to be the Starting Point for Fashion.”, says Torben Hansen, VP Recommerce at Zalando.”Over the past year, we have received very positive feedback for our Pre-owned category - customers enjoy the high level of comfort and convenience we offer. This is why we put our convenience proposition in the centre of our latest Pre-owned campaign. ‘Drama Free’ represents what our Pre-owned experience is all about - connecting the fun of fashion shopping, freshness and self-expression with more sustainable fashion consumption and unmatched convenience.”       Natalie Wills, Director of Marketing at Zalando, says “Pre-Owned Drama-free” marks the next step of Zalando’s Pre-Owned offering. With the campaign we want to showcase how Zalando Pre-Owned combines the curiosity and uniqueness of fashion shopping, alongside more sustainable practices. With all of this in mind, it has never been easier to buy or sell pre-owned fashion. We’re hopeful that our campaign shows the ways Zalando Pre-Owned can help our customers to declutter and refresh their wardrobes while growing the prominence of pre-owned clothing in the fashion industry”.       https://www.zalando.ie/campaigns/pre-owned-drama-free-w/     #ZalandoPreowned

DIOR PRESENTS ITS CAPSULE "DIOR ALPS"
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DIOR PRESENTS ITS CAPSULE "DIOR ALPS"

Fashion An ode to escape and the magic of the mountains, the Dior Alps collection designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri celebrates elegance in motion. Combining high-tech and elegance for daring total looks for the slopes, a series entitled DiorStar sports timeless House codes such as the lucky star, camouflage and the Dior Oblique motif. Also featuring blue, white and red shades, as well as the Mizza leopard print in various colors, a range of other pieces – such as down jackets, trousers and Dior Book Tote bags – are ideal for après-ski wear and a gentle lifestyle. An ultra-matte ski mask and sunglasses emblazoned with the name “Christian Dior” complete this exclusive wardrobe. Equally suitable for sports or for leisure, these objects of desire are available in-store starting from now.   An ode to escape and the magic of the mountains, the Dior Alps collection designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri celebrates elegance in motion. Combining high-tech and elegance for daring total looks for the slopes, a series entitled DiorStar sports timeless House codes such as the lucky star, camouflage and the Dior Oblique motif. Also featuring blue, white and red shades, as well as the Mizza leopard print in various colors, a range of other pieces – such as down jackets, trousers and Dior Book Tote bags – are ideal for après-ski wear and a gentle lifestyle. An ultra-matte ski mask and sunglasses emblazoned with the name “Christian Dior” complete this exclusive wardrobe. Equally suitable for sports or for leisure, these objects of desire are available in-store starting from now.  

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GCDS unveils the FW2122 Campaign "Trip Daily"
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GCDS unveils the FW2122 Campaign "Trip Daily"

Fashion As Fall returns more chill than ever, GCDS unveils the FW2122 campaign.   Shot by Jack Bridgland in London, the brand’s FW22 range is an eye pleasing ensemble, starring ones-to-watch Cup Kase, Lucas Wrightand Cynthia Arrebola. Vibrating tanks, baggy denim, oversized footwear and dreamy maximalism: icy pinks and blues, “big carrot energy” hoodies and soft Alcantara suits and tracksuits.     With the GCDS name you know, and the fresh, frenetic, fun cartoons you love, the Fall/ Winter 2022 collection is all about vice and escape. On this trip, the global GCDS community will astral-project to a crossover all-stars event — where the pop cartoonish side lives in symbiotic harmony with the Made in Italy heritage, and faux-fur clogs coexist with Icon-woven Italian knitwear threaded throughout.     On the main stage this season: the iconic Moon Boot, remixed with lush faux-shearling and featuring a Hello Kitty collab. Across women’s and men’s apparel, GCDS has proudly collaborated with Alcantara S.p.A.– the Italian Company globally producing and marketing the Carbon Neutral and lightweight material lending a notable luxury and soft feeling to tracksuits and suits. Seasonal must-haves include huge “GCDS” drop earrings, a unique embellished body corset dress completely made of stones, while faux-fur handbags and hats show off your softer edge.     As a FW22 treat, GCDS brought along some of the most recognizable characters in the world from the Looney Tunes crew — like a larger-than-life rock Tweety maxi tee, plus detailed sketches of Porky and Daffy splashed on a wide-leg men’s denim jeans.     Photographer: Jack Bridgland Styling: Oliver Volquardsen Creative direction: Giuliano Calza Talent 1: Cyntia Arrebola Talent 2: Cup Kase Talent 3: Lucas Wright Make-up: Anne Sophie Costa Hair: Shiori Takahashi Nails: Angel’s Nailz As Fall returns more chill than ever, GCDS unveils the FW2122 campaign.   Shot by Jack Bridgland in London, the brand’s FW22 range is an eye pleasing ensemble, starring ones-to-watch Cup Kase, Lucas Wrightand Cynthia Arrebola. Vibrating tanks, baggy denim, oversized footwear and dreamy maximalism: icy pinks and blues, “big carrot energy” hoodies and soft Alcantara suits and tracksuits.     With the GCDS name you know, and the fresh, frenetic, fun cartoons you love, the Fall/ Winter 2022 collection is all about vice and escape. On this trip, the global GCDS community will astral-project to a crossover all-stars event — where the pop cartoonish side lives in symbiotic harmony with the Made in Italy heritage, and faux-fur clogs coexist with Icon-woven Italian knitwear threaded throughout.     On the main stage this season: the iconic Moon Boot, remixed with lush faux-shearling and featuring a Hello Kitty collab. Across women’s and men’s apparel, GCDS has proudly collaborated with Alcantara S.p.A.– the Italian Company globally producing and marketing the Carbon Neutral and lightweight material lending a notable luxury and soft feeling to tracksuits and suits. Seasonal must-haves include huge “GCDS” drop earrings, a unique embellished body corset dress completely made of stones, while faux-fur handbags and hats show off your softer edge.     As a FW22 treat, GCDS brought along some of the most recognizable characters in the world from the Looney Tunes crew — like a larger-than-life rock Tweety maxi tee, plus detailed sketches of Porky and Daffy splashed on a wide-leg men’s denim jeans.     Photographer: Jack Bridgland Styling: Oliver Volquardsen Creative direction: Giuliano Calza Talent 1: Cyntia Arrebola Talent 2: Cup Kase Talent 3: Lucas Wright Make-up: Anne Sophie Costa Hair: Shiori Takahashi Nails: Angel’s Nailz

Exclusive editorial by Gino Gurrieri
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Exclusive editorial by Gino Gurrieri

Fashion Exclusive new digital editorial photographed by Gino Gurrieri.       Photography, fashion and videography: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri Hair and makeup: Danine Zwets @daninezwetshairmakeup Models: Roan van Oort @ Ulla Models @roanvanoort @ullamodels Jos Schenk @ Max Men @jos_schenk @maxmenmodels Lars Olofsen @ The Eye Management @lars_olofsen @theeyemgmt Photography Assistance: Rogier Alexander @rogieralexander Fashion Assistance: Magdalena Roe, Michael Geertzen @magdalenaroe @michaelgeertzen Editor: Timi Letonja Exclusive new digital editorial photographed by Gino Gurrieri.       Photography, fashion and videography: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri Hair and makeup: Danine Zwets @daninezwetshairmakeup Models: Roan van Oort @ Ulla Models @roanvanoort @ullamodels Jos Schenk @ Max Men @jos_schenk @maxmenmodels Lars Olofsen @ The Eye Management @lars_olofsen @theeyemgmt Photography Assistance: Rogier Alexander @rogieralexander Fashion Assistance: Magdalena Roe, Michael Geertzen @magdalenaroe @michaelgeertzen Editor: Timi Letonja

Exclusive editorial by Aicha Abdoun
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Exclusive editorial by Aicha Abdoun

Fashion “I spent the night dancing with my own shadow.”        Production - BO EXCLUSIVES Creative Director & Stylist - Oumayma El Boumeshouli Art Director & Photographer - Aicha Abdoun   Make Up Artist & Hair Stylist - Naïma Bremer Model - Femke Lakenman | Paparazzi Model Management Location - De L’Europe Hotel Amsterdam Editor Timi Letonja “I spent the night dancing with my own shadow.”        Production - BO EXCLUSIVES Creative Director & Stylist - Oumayma El Boumeshouli Art Director & Photographer - Aicha Abdoun   Make Up Artist & Hair Stylist - Naïma Bremer Model - Femke Lakenman | Paparazzi Model Management Location - De L’Europe Hotel Amsterdam Editor Timi Letonja

Exclusive editorial by Rogier Alexander
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Exclusive editorial by Rogier Alexander

Fashion Exclusive digital editorial captured by Rogier Alexander.     Fashion: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri  Styling assistants Magdalena Roe @magdalenaroe Michael Geertzen @michael_geertzen Max Heuvelman @maxhm_ Hair: Werner Amort @wernamor  at @julianwatsonagency  Make up: Wout Philippo @woutphilippobeauty  Models: Christoph Leitner @christophleitnerofficial at @imgmodels  Sep Graf @sepgraf at @republic_men  Editor: Timi Letonja @timiletonja Exclusive digital editorial captured by Rogier Alexander.     Fashion: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri  Styling assistants Magdalena Roe @magdalenaroe Michael Geertzen @michael_geertzen Max Heuvelman @maxhm_ Hair: Werner Amort @wernamor  at @julianwatsonagency  Make up: Wout Philippo @woutphilippobeauty  Models: Christoph Leitner @christophleitnerofficial at @imgmodels  Sep Graf @sepgraf at @republic_men  Editor: Timi Letonja @timiletonja

Louis Vuitton invites six new artists to join its Artycapucines collection
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Louis Vuitton invites six new artists to join its Artycapucines collection

Accessories The 2021 Artycapucines Collection sees six more leading contemporary artists bring theirunique visions to Louis Vuitton’s timeless and feminine classic: the Capucines bag.     The third chapter of Louis Vuitton’s limited-edition, artist-designed Artycapucines Collection is further proof ofthe bag’s ability to inspire unbridled creativity. For this latest collection, six internationally acclaimed artists –Gregor Hildebrandt, Donna Huanca, Huang Yuxing, Vik Muniz, Paola Pivi, and Zeng Fanzhi – have transformed the blank canvas of the iconic bag named after Rue Neuve-des-Capucines, the Parisian street on which Louis Vuitton opened his first store in 1854.     After the first two Artycapucines chapters, the six new bags attest to the collection’s ability to blend the beauty and creativity of the artists’ talent with the ingenuity and absolute craftmanship of the House’s skilled artisans: Gregor Hildebrandt’s stunning black-and-white design with its screen-printed leather and LV signature inlaidwith vinyl records; Donna Huanca’s precise, powerful and tactile bag with its hand-painted embroidery and piercing rings; the beautifully embroidered and brilliantly coloured fantasy landscape of Huang Yuxing’s Capucines; Vik Muniz’s characteristically joyful design with its effervescent trompe l’oeil effects and playfulaesthetic; the complex leather marquetry and rich gold-leaf gilding of Paola Pivi’s creation; and Zeng Fanzhi’sreinterpretation of a Van Gogh self-portrait brought to life with over 700,000 remarkably worked embroidery stitches.     The Artycapucines Collection, which now contains 18 distinctive designs from celebrated artists including Henry Taylor, Beatriz Milhazes, Urs Fischer, Zhao Zhao, Jean-Michel Othoniel, and Tschabalala Self, onceagain reveals the House’s long-running desire to use its innovative spirit and artisanal expertise to help creativeminds bring their ideas to life. Each bag embodies the House’s unending commitment to savoir-faire and craft,while affirming the Capucines as the ultimate expression of Louis Vuitton’s timeless elegance.     Each bag in the third Artycapucines Collection will be available in a limited edition of 200 and released in stores worldwide at the end of October 2021. The 2021 Artycapucines Collection sees six more leading contemporary artists bring theirunique visions to Louis Vuitton’s timeless and feminine classic: the Capucines bag.     The third chapter of Louis Vuitton’s limited-edition, artist-designed Artycapucines Collection is further proof ofthe bag’s ability to inspire unbridled creativity. For this latest collection, six internationally acclaimed artists –Gregor Hildebrandt, Donna Huanca, Huang Yuxing, Vik Muniz, Paola Pivi, and Zeng Fanzhi – have transformed the blank canvas of the iconic bag named after Rue Neuve-des-Capucines, the Parisian street on which Louis Vuitton opened his first store in 1854.     After the first two Artycapucines chapters, the six new bags attest to the collection’s ability to blend the beauty and creativity of the artists’ talent with the ingenuity and absolute craftmanship of the House’s skilled artisans: Gregor Hildebrandt’s stunning black-and-white design with its screen-printed leather and LV signature inlaidwith vinyl records; Donna Huanca’s precise, powerful and tactile bag with its hand-painted embroidery and piercing rings; the beautifully embroidered and brilliantly coloured fantasy landscape of Huang Yuxing’s Capucines; Vik Muniz’s characteristically joyful design with its effervescent trompe l’oeil effects and playfulaesthetic; the complex leather marquetry and rich gold-leaf gilding of Paola Pivi’s creation; and Zeng Fanzhi’sreinterpretation of a Van Gogh self-portrait brought to life with over 700,000 remarkably worked embroidery stitches.     The Artycapucines Collection, which now contains 18 distinctive designs from celebrated artists including Henry Taylor, Beatriz Milhazes, Urs Fischer, Zhao Zhao, Jean-Michel Othoniel, and Tschabalala Self, onceagain reveals the House’s long-running desire to use its innovative spirit and artisanal expertise to help creativeminds bring their ideas to life. Each bag embodies the House’s unending commitment to savoir-faire and craft,while affirming the Capucines as the ultimate expression of Louis Vuitton’s timeless elegance.     Each bag in the third Artycapucines Collection will be available in a limited edition of 200 and released in stores worldwide at the end of October 2021.

GIVENCHY REVEALS NEW ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN FOR FALL-WINTER 2021
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GIVENCHY REVEALS NEW ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN FOR FALL-WINTER 2021

Fashion This season, Creative Director Matthew M. Williams continues to stake out fresh territory for Givenchy women and men. In his introduction campaign for the House, emerging photographer Thibaut Grevet offers a self-assured vision of beauty in all its diversity. Building on Williams’ first season's campaign by Nick Knight, still-lifes recall the vintage, product-centric magazine advertisements of the Nineties.       Shot in a cinematic, chiaroscuro mood, key looks, leather accessories and jewelry appear laced in mystery: whether shown full-length or in closeup, the images convey the House’s modern new outlook through an insightful recasting of House emblems, contrasts of volume and texture, and statement-making hardware.     Monumental proportions are steeped in elegance both lavish and austere, heightening the sense of personal expression and lived reality. Staged in a dramatic black setting, the futuristic glamour of the Fall-Winter 2021 runway resurges. From the dark emerges a striking cast from the Givenchy runway that distills the essence of the season’s silhouettes — the sensuality of shearling, softly enveloping puffers, a strong shoulder, sculptural knitwear — and makes each piece their own.     A feat of architectural form, function, and savoir-faire, the 4G handbag this season fuses Givenchy’s signature polish with a contemporary, urban attitude. Now revisited in soft, padded lambskin textured by perfectly geometric grooving — a finish achieved thanks to an intricate process of high-frequency wave technology — it offers an unexpected, disruptive take on era-defining favorites like biker bombers and Fifties-era car seats. Available in matte black leather or lilac patent leather, it mixes daring hardware with G-chains whose stylized links reflect Matthew M. Williams’ love of unity and interconnectedness.       The visuals has been released online and in print as of August 2021. This season, Creative Director Matthew M. Williams continues to stake out fresh territory for Givenchy women and men. In his introduction campaign for the House, emerging photographer Thibaut Grevet offers a self-assured vision of beauty in all its diversity. Building on Williams’ first season's campaign by Nick Knight, still-lifes recall the vintage, product-centric magazine advertisements of the Nineties.       Shot in a cinematic, chiaroscuro mood, key looks, leather accessories and jewelry appear laced in mystery: whether shown full-length or in closeup, the images convey the House’s modern new outlook through an insightful recasting of House emblems, contrasts of volume and texture, and statement-making hardware.     Monumental proportions are steeped in elegance both lavish and austere, heightening the sense of personal expression and lived reality. Staged in a dramatic black setting, the futuristic glamour of the Fall-Winter 2021 runway resurges. From the dark emerges a striking cast from the Givenchy runway that distills the essence of the season’s silhouettes — the sensuality of shearling, softly enveloping puffers, a strong shoulder, sculptural knitwear — and makes each piece their own.     A feat of architectural form, function, and savoir-faire, the 4G handbag this season fuses Givenchy’s signature polish with a contemporary, urban attitude. Now revisited in soft, padded lambskin textured by perfectly geometric grooving — a finish achieved thanks to an intricate process of high-frequency wave technology — it offers an unexpected, disruptive take on era-defining favorites like biker bombers and Fifties-era car seats. Available in matte black leather or lilac patent leather, it mixes daring hardware with G-chains whose stylized links reflect Matthew M. Williams’ love of unity and interconnectedness.       The visuals has been released online and in print as of August 2021.

Calvin Klein Introduces the Latest Chapter of the #mycalvins Movement: The Language of Calvin Klein
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Calvin Klein Introduces the Latest Chapter of the #mycalvins Movement: The Language of Calvin Klein

Fashion For Fall ’21, Calvin Klein introduces the latest chapter of the #mycalvins movement: The Language of Calvin Klein, a multimedia campaign furthering the brand’s exploration of self-expression through the words we speak and the clothes we wear. Photographers Renell Medrano and Hong Jang Hyun and director duo, rubberband captured an international cast of artists, creatives and thinkers. Vignettes of each talent capture individual expressions of language in the real world: reciting routines, daydreaming outloud, putting pen to paper, talking to yourself, letting it out to a stranger, pausing to think, poetry, storytelling.        The Cast: Damson Idris, screen and stage actor Deb Never, singer, songwriter, vocalist  Dominic Fike, singer, songwriter and actor JENNIE, global artist, performer Francesca Scorsese, actor, filmmaking student Kaia Gerber, model, actor, book club host Moses Sumney, singer, writer, storyteller     Featured in the campaign, Fall 2021’s new product offerings center on elevated modern essentials with an emphasis on comfort and minimalism. In Underwear, Modern Cotton provides soft cotton stretch styles designed with the original Calvin Klein logo band. Modern Structure delivers a collection of consciously made, streamlined silhouettes. In Jeans, hoodies and tees celebrate the iconic brand monogram and new denim icons includes cropped jackets and relaxed styles; the ‘90s Straight Jean brings back an archival silhouette made for today in organic denim that uses less water in the dye process.     Campaign Credits: Photographer: Renell Medrano Photographer JENNIE images only:  Hong Jang Hyun Videos: Rubberband @calvinklein #mycalvins For Fall ’21, Calvin Klein introduces the latest chapter of the #mycalvins movement: The Language of Calvin Klein, a multimedia campaign furthering the brand’s exploration of self-expression through the words we speak and the clothes we wear. Photographers Renell Medrano and Hong Jang Hyun and director duo, rubberband captured an international cast of artists, creatives and thinkers. Vignettes of each talent capture individual expressions of language in the real world: reciting routines, daydreaming outloud, putting pen to paper, talking to yourself, letting it out to a stranger, pausing to think, poetry, storytelling.        The Cast: Damson Idris, screen and stage actor Deb Never, singer, songwriter, vocalist  Dominic Fike, singer, songwriter and actor JENNIE, global artist, performer Francesca Scorsese, actor, filmmaking student Kaia Gerber, model, actor, book club host Moses Sumney, singer, writer, storyteller     Featured in the campaign, Fall 2021’s new product offerings center on elevated modern essentials with an emphasis on comfort and minimalism. In Underwear, Modern Cotton provides soft cotton stretch styles designed with the original Calvin Klein logo band. Modern Structure delivers a collection of consciously made, streamlined silhouettes. In Jeans, hoodies and tees celebrate the iconic brand monogram and new denim icons includes cropped jackets and relaxed styles; the ‘90s Straight Jean brings back an archival silhouette made for today in organic denim that uses less water in the dye process.     Campaign Credits: Photographer: Renell Medrano Photographer JENNIE images only:  Hong Jang Hyun Videos: Rubberband @calvinklein #mycalvins

Exclusive editorial "Midnight"
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Exclusive editorial "Midnight"

Fashion New digital editorial photographed by Luka Boskovic & Stefan Stojanov.     Photography: Luka Boskovic & Stefan Stojanov (@lukaboshkovic / @faustojanov) Style: Gordana Manojlovic @gordanamanojlovic Hair: Dragan Taubner @uhstaubner MakeUp: Mina Abramovic @abramovicm Model: Tamara Lazic @tam_lazic / @women_milano       New digital editorial photographed by Luka Boskovic & Stefan Stojanov.     Photography: Luka Boskovic & Stefan Stojanov (@lukaboshkovic / @faustojanov) Style: Gordana Manojlovic @gordanamanojlovic Hair: Dragan Taubner @uhstaubner MakeUp: Mina Abramovic @abramovicm Model: Tamara Lazic @tam_lazic / @women_milano      

Daily Paper Returns To Jamaica For Their Latest FW21 Campaign
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Daily Paper Returns To Jamaica For Their Latest FW21 Campaign

Fashion Highlighting communal unity and the spiritual forces of nature.     Following Daily Paper’s collaboration with Unruly Entertainment, the brand continues to tell the story of a unified Jamaica. In the light of Daily Paper’s third FW21 drop, the seasonal campaign tells a nostalgic and raw tale about identity, family and togetherness.         Exploring the many facets of relationships and individuality within a community, the latest Daily Paper campaign showcases local talent across generations. Captured in their homely environment amongst family, friends and loved ones, the Jamaican scenery serves as a visual reflection of Daily Paper’s FW21 collection Ancestral Anarchy. With its elements of nature and spirituality, the campaign translates key collection prints like the silver jacquard braided pattern, symbolic artworks and bright yellow frog print. On a continuous journey to unite global communities, Daily Paper shares its vision for current and future generations to come.       Campaign Credits:   Photography: @florian.joahn Styling: @jeanpaulpaula Art Direction: @florian.joahn, @keannaisha, @jeanpaulpaula MUA: @tonishakong Hair: @hands_of_tamar          With the third and final Daily Paper drop launching on Friday, September 10 at 12 PM CEST, the brand's full FW21 collection is available across Daily Paper flagship stores in Amsterdam, London and NYC as well as online at www.dailypaperclothing.com and selected retailers worldwide. Highlighting communal unity and the spiritual forces of nature.     Following Daily Paper’s collaboration with Unruly Entertainment, the brand continues to tell the story of a unified Jamaica. In the light of Daily Paper’s third FW21 drop, the seasonal campaign tells a nostalgic and raw tale about identity, family and togetherness.         Exploring the many facets of relationships and individuality within a community, the latest Daily Paper campaign showcases local talent across generations. Captured in their homely environment amongst family, friends and loved ones, the Jamaican scenery serves as a visual reflection of Daily Paper’s FW21 collection Ancestral Anarchy. With its elements of nature and spirituality, the campaign translates key collection prints like the silver jacquard braided pattern, symbolic artworks and bright yellow frog print. On a continuous journey to unite global communities, Daily Paper shares its vision for current and future generations to come.       Campaign Credits:   Photography: @florian.joahn Styling: @jeanpaulpaula Art Direction: @florian.joahn, @keannaisha, @jeanpaulpaula MUA: @tonishakong Hair: @hands_of_tamar          With the third and final Daily Paper drop launching on Friday, September 10 at 12 PM CEST, the brand's full FW21 collection is available across Daily Paper flagship stores in Amsterdam, London and NYC as well as online at www.dailypaperclothing.com and selected retailers worldwide.

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