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Lookbook Issue 1

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Models of all Ages & Sizes by Vetements

Demna Gvasalia,the founder of the Fashion House Vetements, is mostly known as a force in streetwear and some may say that he even revolutionized it, but none of them would say that for his AW 17′ show he would have a silver-haired ‘elderly’ woman strutting down the runway in a giant fur coat to kick off the show. For a brand that has made a … Continue reading Models of all Ages & Sizes by Vetements

Balmain FW17 :Tribute to Rock&ROLL

From the moment he took over as Creative Director for Balmain, Olivier Rousteing has been slaying the runways, red carpets and just demolishing the competition in his social media campaigns. As a favorite of the Kardashians and Kanye West, Olivier has made a reputation for himself as being one of the best designers right now. For this season Balmain’s runway show was EPIC… like something out … Continue reading Balmain FW17 :Tribute to Rock&ROLL

Korea’s Golden Boy Strikes Again

If you have been following me then you know that I have a special place in my heart for Designer Juun.J . If this is your first time visiting my site or hearing about this designer please read my piece from last season called Korea’s Golden Boy . After reading this you’ll have an idea on why I fancy this designer as much as I do. For his … Continue reading Korea’s Golden Boy Strikes Again

Yohji Yamamoto: King of Japanese Fashion

Yohji Yamamoto is a name that has been around for decades in the world of Japanese avant-garde fashion. From his first collection, Yohji showed the world that black was a color that can stand out if you have the precise cuts, pleating, shapes, fabrics and folds. Almost 40 years later Yohji is still ripping the runway with dark and beautiful avant-garde pieces that usually follow a … Continue reading Yohji Yamamoto: King of Japanese Fashion

Still-Photo Inspiration

The Designer/Fashion house that originally drew me into the Fashion world was Alexander McQueen. McQueen, who committed suicide in 2010, was probably the most talented young designer of the late 90s and the 2000s before his untimely death. In my honest opinion, there was also no better showman for Womenswear than McQueen. From the beginning of his eponymous brand Alexander McQueen, McQueen challenged the world with his … Continue reading Still-Photo Inspiration