Tricia and Jean-Cedric in *4th Floor Glamour*, filmed by Harald Geil, styling is courtesy of Haniball Saliba. Hair + make up by Julia Krohse.
For Spring 2018, Filippa K teams up with Say Lou Lou and Julien Hedquist in a personal story of Scandinavian simplicity with an international perspective. This season marks a new beginning for Filippa K, where we go back to our core philosophy of simple style and long lasting beauty. The campaign is shot by photographer Camilla Åkrans and captures the Kilbey sisters and Julien Hedquist on a day off, coming together on the shores of California, showcasing our belief that simplicity truly is the purest form of luxury.
You have never seen cars do the moonwalk or do the worm? Then you definitely have never seen Chris Labrooy‘s series Cut & Shut. His project features vintage VW Beetles dancing in candy-colored surroundings. In this “moving image homage to some classic Volkswagen icons,” the cars move in all sorts of funny ways.
Stuudio Nahk is a contemporary accessories label from Estonia.
These leather bags are designed with great attention to detail, keeping in mind the needs of the city life and making it possible to wear your favorite accessory from the morning in the office to the evening rendezvous.
EDUN continues its collaboration with South African photographer, Kristin-Lee Moolman, with a video and photo series shot in Roosevelt, Queens. Together with Moolman, EDUN maintains the theme of empowerment and youth in a surreal, almost elusive suburban space to showcase their heroines. The 70's atmosphere of this quiet neighborhood - its graphic houses and winding sidewalks - is used as a blank canvas where the EDUN Girls, driving a classic Pontiac Firebird, pop with their girl gang attitude and urban styling.
The French label PIGALLE teamed up with the Japanese watch brand G-SHOCK and together they have designed two variations of the iconic DW-5600. Now, the collection of new wristwatches has been released and is inspired by the Japanese culture and by the same time by the creativity and innovation of Ashpool. The collection is available in the colors of Pigalle´s current collection in black and in a soft pastel tone. Both watches contain the logo of Pigalle on white display.
Editor-at-Large Annika Hatje visited following shows at Copenhagen´s Fashion Week AW 17: Cecilie Bahnsen, Tonsure, Baun und Pferdegarten, Freya Dalsjo, Ganni, Lala Berlin + Henrik Vibskov. See the impressions from the show.
When a generation is in search of a cultural identity, symbols are everything, where fashion reflects feminine contradictions and describe the different dimensions of today’s women. Cuts, bows and pleats become symbolic of stylistic communication. A coded message that takes an introspective journey through the fragments of Marianna Rosati’s dark romanticism for her DROMe, a´ la David Lynch, but with a fresh appeal and playful image. Between sartorial skill, technology, traditional roles and nuances of gender, the thread running through the collection is deconstruction. Starting from very lightweight leathers which become as fluid as silk, forming fine bows, asymmetries, crimping them in a patchwork of different rouches, creating unexpected movements.
PUMA is best known for its sportswear goods. But recently, PUMA has made a significant effort in expanding its influence in the lifestyle + fashion world through various collaborations with Alexander McQueen, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Tsugi Kori, or just recently Alexander Wang.
The Berlin-based skateboard store *Civilist* has established itself as a household name in the global skateboarding community. It serves as a culture hub for art, music, and skateboarding. In 2017, Converse and Civilist celebrate the role Berlin has played in driving global street culture with interpretations of the One Star Pro and Chuck Taylor All Star Pro inspired by the city.
It is impossible to be disappeared in this way as a being. A beautiful but somehow shadowy woman.
She just vanished in a split-second. I’ve been following, sneakingly peeping on her for the last couple of days with this dismal weather – it seemed to be perfectly in synch with her heroin-chic aesthetic.
In the past few years, there´s been big steps taken on the action camera scene. The movie-makers are now getting more and more of a shake-up from the virtual-reality action camera producers. The VR action camera can capture a 360 degree scene, actually everything that is happening around you.
As inspiration, it's based on the beginnings of the hiphop in the US on seventies, a time of rebellion and change. It tells the story about the dress of the aristocracy and the high street society. Queens, princes, dukes and baronesses of the districts who show off their best attire at court, which are represented by courts and parks in the city. Mixing the culture of hiphop and fashion is also one of his purposes and he does it through a story of a street gang, in which they adapt perfectly to the aesthetic, but transforming it into a high-end hip-hop, where Will mix luxurious elements, with other sportier ones.
Kodak PixPro´s SP360 4K VR action camera hasn´t just a very long and out of the ordinary name but it also is one of a kind in its field of 360 degree cameras. Two cameras are bolted together so both lenses are pointing away from each other and capture every moment and detail in your surrounding. Its significant resolution and spherical immersion makes the new 360 degree camera so preferably to its forerunner.
Angeliki Tsinou starring in Mileland, filmed by Alban E. Smajli, styling is courtesy of LE MILE fashion editor Ginevra Valente, hair + make up by Sofia Mantilla.
LE MILE presents the latest collection of RAINS AW 16/17, filmed by Alban E. Smajli. With the Thermal collection, RAINS introduces a series of transitional raincoats made to endure the colder seasons. By applying the latest innovations in rainwear fabrics, every jacket in the Thermal collection is breathable and insulated.
Jaqueline Haun in Loveletter, filmed by Tristan Roesler, styling is courtesy of Cariin Cowalscii, hair + make up Tina Hoffmann.
Sarah + Julia in Dynamic Girls, filmed by Jens Sage, styling is courtesy of Julia Quante. Hair + make up by Kim Keusen.
Sander Hoeksma in Noir Blanc Gris, filmed by Alban E. Smajli, styling is courtesy of fashion editor Ginevra Valente, grooming by Mark Jordy Gonzales.
Behind the Scene in Berlin. Fashion photographer Tobias Wirth teamed up with stylist Julia Quante and model Selina Reimann.
Irina Pavlova with her boys Sander Hoeksma, Luke Stockman + Jesper Vieveen in L´art pour L´art, art for art´s sake is an empty phrase. Filmed by Alban E. Smajli, styling is courtesy of fashion editor Ginevra Valente, hair by Yoshiki Kirino, make up by Horikoshi Tadatoshi.
Muriel Beal in 56th Place, filmed by Alban E. Smajli, styling is courtesy of Melissa Renee, hair + make up by Mark Jordy Gonzales.
A rather large island, Cuba is a living memory of a world where humans developed towns and villages in accordance with nature; in the pastel colors and in the ease of shapes in the architecture that reflect the wind’s travels as it carries the scent of the ocean. We found our presence to be humble, honest, sincere, and real. As the birds fly overhead and the ocean waves lap onto the shore, the steady hum of diesel fueled cars and distant music echo in harmony together under the ever present sun, which watches over this land. The ground feels more like the real earth, and the energy is steady yet moving, as the hummingbirds flutter nearby, carrying their hurried energy beyond blooming flowers and past carengines.
The Brain of the World: A look into the creative mind of Ghada Amer. A bright smile greets us, then welcomes us to the studio, quietly tucked away on the west side of northern Manhattan. Ghada Amer, an internationally known and recognized artist who has been featured in various museums around the world, lets us into her creative space to spend some time getting to know her, the soul behind the provoking and sometimes controversial artwork that she shares with the world.