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CONCRETE OBJECTS x SUICOKE sandal utilises a multitude of materials + conforms them.


CONCRETE OBJECTS x SUICOKE sandal utilises a multitude of materials + conforms them.


 

 

Concrete Objects x Suicoke
*Lead Resin KAW Sandal


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Concrete Objects, the ongoing project by Jobe Burns and Samuel Ross, the designer behind "A Cold Wall", and Suicoke have joined forces to launch a brutalist-inspired version of the slides KAW, one of the key silhouette of the Japanese brand, featuring mixed materials.

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The CONCRETE OBJECTS x SUICOKE sandal utilises a multitude of materials and conforms them with a neutral tone.

 The sole is constructed with robust rubber produced by Vibram with grip lines visible on sides. Designers’ signature and CONCRETE OBJECTS logo is engraved onto the rubber. Premium cow leather and suede are applied to the upper sections of the piece. A steel hoop appears on the left shoe beside nylon fastening strap and logo. Crystal resin tab cast onto steel hoop.

credits_ Chucktherock

https://concreteobjects.com

 
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New collection bridges the gap between the last week of summer and the start of the new season.


New collection bridges the gap between the last week of summer and the start of the new season.


 

 

COS on the horizon
*seen by Marcus Schaffer 


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COS is pleased to present its Autumn Winter 2018 collection in a series by photographer Marcus Schaffer. The images exhibit a modular and innovative collection, featured on models Veronica Manavella, Bakay Diaby, Hannes Gobeyn + Michael Sharp.

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sculptured forms + 
textural contrast_

Where natural horizons meet concrete creations, the fibrous natural cottons meet reproportioned garments in technical fabrics. The works Viewfinder and Photobox, designed by Snøhetta as permanent pavilions at the Kivik Art Centre, seem in dialogue with the themes that resonate throughout the Autumn Winter 2018 collection.

seen_ Marcus Schaffer
styled_ Laura Vartiainen
models_ Veronica Manavella, Bakay Diaby, Hannes Gobeyn + Michael Sharp

www.cosstores.com

 
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COS LAUNCHES AUTUMN WINTER CAMPAIGN 2018 SHOT BY VIVIANE SASSEN ON LOCATION AT KIVIK ART CENTRE.


COS LAUNCHES AUTUMN WINTER CAMPAIGN 2018 SHOT BY VIVIANE SASSEN ON LOCATION AT KIVIK ART CENTRE.


 

 

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*campaign by Viviane Sassen 


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COS is pleased to present its Autumn Winter 2018 campaign by renowned art photographer Viviane Sassen. The campaign exhibits a modular and innovative collection, featured on models Karen Elson and Fernando Cabral, styled by Hannes Hetta. The shoot takes inspiration from juxtapositions in the environment, engineered elements and processes which refine the raw.

 
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The Kivik Art Centre in Österlen, Sweden, was a considered location. The centre is in synergy with the key directions that underpin the season:

sculptured forms and textural contrast.

Where natural horizons meet concrete creations, the fibrous natural cottons meet reproportioned garments in technical fabrics. The works Viewfinder and Photobox, designed by Snøhetta as permanent pavilions at the Kivik Art Centre, seem in dialogue with the themes that resonate throughout the Autumn Winter 2018 collection.

Viviane Sassen’s background in art photography offers a reimagined lens in which to capture the collection.

Her stylistic abstraction of bodies illuminates the synergy between both body and the collection, as well as nature and textural movement. A technically-constructed thermoreactive jacket in titanium grey is set against organic surroundings, whilst a vibrant sulphur alpaca wool jumper is contrasted with a concrete expanse.

*about COS

Throughout the last decade London-based COS has remained true to its philosophy; to offer high-quality fashion collections comprised of wardrobe staples as well as reinvented classics, in keeping with the brand ethos of modern, timeless, functional and tactile design. COS uses traditional methods and new techniques to form understated collections made to last. Committed to both timeless design and innovation, COS has supported the arts since the launch of the brand through collaborations with established and emerging artists, galleries and creative studios. COS has enjoyed working on projects with The Serpentine Galleries, Salone del Mobile, The Guggenheim New York, Frieze London and New York, Design Miami/, Opening Ceremony and Mr Porter and with artists such as Snarkitecture, Sou Fujimoto, Studio Swine, The Donald Judd Foundation and AFSO / ANDRÉ FU.

 
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The latest Chuck 70 from Converse’s collaboration with JW Anderson, is not a toy.


The latest Chuck 70 from Converse’s collaboration with JW Anderson, is not a toy.


 

 

Converse x JW Anderson
*Chuck 70


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What makes something art, anyway?

At some point in our youth, we stop playing with toys. But the obsession we have with “things” grows stronger as we get older. We dress as a means of self- expression. We buy objects – however mundane they might be – because they deliver happiness into our lives. Some collect sneakers. Some collect Pez. And some, like Jonathan Anderson, collect art.

 

 
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The Converse x JW Anderson Chuck 70 Toy is the exuberant result of this life-long obsession. 

Anderson has said, the creative process is a giant patchwork of information and imagery “in search of the new, weird, and wonderful.” As the designer continues his collaboration with Converse, he applies this process to, and his passion for art and craft, to the mainstay in fashion and style, the iconic Chuck.

A brilliant combination of textures inform the design of the Chuck 70. “Gloss” in the form of patent leather, an exuberant application of color, and laces that mimic the stucco of San Francisco, make even the most youthful of sneakers, feel toy-like. But maybe, after all, the Chuck is art.

 

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See the new Karl Lagerfeld Exclusive Capsule Collection for Zalando 2018.


See the new Karl Lagerfeld Exclusive Capsule Collection for Zalando 2018.


 

 

KARL LAGERFELD x Zalando
*capsule collection


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If we think of Karl Lagerfeld, his impressive personality + inimitable aesthetics come to mind first. Today, an exclusive capsule collection presented by Mandy Bork and designed by Karl Lagerfeld is now available at Zalando. 

 

 
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What all have in common: they form the perfect liaison of Lagerfeld's iconic design handwriting and contemporary streetwear influences. Most looks are in black and white. Highlights in pink and red create contrasts and transform the creations into unmistakable eye-catchers. Big KARL logos throne on the pieces. 

 

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For aw 2018, LAURENCEAIRLINE unveils a collection where garment was thought as a vacation snapshot.


For aw 2018, LAURENCEAIRLINE unveils a collection where garment was thought as a vacation snapshot.


 

 

LAURANCEAIRLINE
*70s blossom


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For the autumn+winter 018, LAURENCEAIRLINE unveils a collection where each garment was thought as a vacation snapshot, having fun with friends, feeling free, joyful and naturally happy. A wardrobe as a tale of new horizons, you can wear in the city or at the beach alike.

Each clothes mix simple shapes with playful gelato pastels or the vivid colors of the beach towels. They are also spiced up with patterns inspired by the tarmac of airports, stripes of the beach umbrellas you can find on the pop seasides, or the 70s blossom wallpaper of a kitsch bungalow.

 

 
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You will also find our emblematic long sleeves shirt, rethought with bold colors, soft or sometimes audacious stripes, but that can finally become a djellaba for the more relaxed ones. Pants and sweatshirts will mix easily with the colors of the t-shirts and the jackets, creating graphic and vivid or romantic and soft shades. Contrasts between retro and technical fabrics, thin or big stripes, big splashes or soft touches of colors, create an evolving and playful silhouette.

 

 

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See the new Collection: Nadya Dzyak Pre Spring Summer 019


See the new Collection: Nadya Dzyak Pre Spring Summer 019


 

 

NADYA DZYAK
*pre s+s 019


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Pre-Spring collection 2019 was inspired by the beauty of nature, as well as ancient landscaped woodland garden Leonardslee started at the end of 19th century in West Sussex. This beautiful garden has breathtaking views of the English countryside and blooming displays of Rhododendrons and Azaleas, which sprouts create incredible plant patterns. A floral easiness and transparency are the theme of NADYA DZYAK new collection. 

Being brand’s signature pieces transparent dresses + blouses, made of airy summer fabrications, cover a body like fluffy clouds. 

 
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Due to masterful combination of pleated details and flounces together with geometric cutouts and asymmetric silhouettes, the new collection sharply reveals a theme of femininity and sensuality. Traditionally, NADYA DZYAK collection is defined by the use of intricate hand-stitched elements and bespoke sophisticated elements of décor. The main colors used in the collection are smoky vintage rose, vanilla, coral red, the tints of amethyst and light mint.

 

 

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By 1970 the Chuck had evolved to become the pinnacle of function and utility for sport.


By 1970 the Chuck had evolved to become the pinnacle of function and utility for sport.


 

 

CONVERSE
*Seasonal Chuck - Fall018 


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By 1970 the Chuck had evolved to become the pinnacle of function and utility for sport, and was considered the best basketball sneaker ever. The Chuck 70 is built off of the original 1970s design, with premium materials and an extraordinary attention to detail. A shoe so rooted in tradition that it has its own instant history.

That’s the Chuck 70. It’s not a shoe. It’s the shoe.

 
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Chuck 70 Trek Tech – Easy to wear. Tough to crack. 
The Chuck 70 Trek Tech shoe is a classic recrafted with obsessively high-function details. Engineered with a tough canvas upper, hiking laces and a popped toe bumper, this pair goes as hard as you do. 

Chuck 70 Color Block – Don’t sweat the details.
We did that for you. The Chuck 70 Super Color Block sneaker has design details for days, like ombre washed laces inspired by evening skies and graphic hues on the upper and midsole. 

Chuck 70 – The best thing just goz better.  
This is what happens when you obsess over the details. You obsess, obsess, and obsess. You get Chuck 70. Chuck 70 – The best ever. 

Gator Glam – Elegance meets utility. 
Your feet deserve the finest things in life, which is why we’ve remixed the Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker in a glamorous gator-textured velvet. It’s okay if you want to pet your shoes.

 

 

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See the new Joshua Millard’s Resort 2019 Pre-spring summer collection.


See the new Joshua Millard’s Resort 2019 Pre-spring summer collection.


 

 

JOSHUA MILLARD
Resort 019 


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The Resort 19 collection from Joshua Millard pays homage to the pastoral undercurrent of the brand. Inspired by his childhood memories and the farming culture of Dorset. The collection encompasses agricultural references with luxury fabrics including;

lamb nappa, sandwash silk, organic cotton, wool crepe + trigrado shearling.

 
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Simplistic, effortless and fluid silhouettes are teamed with relaxed tailoring and a range of contemporary suiting. Farming and pastoral references are incorporated in to a multitude of feminine and masculine separates, lending to the integral premise of layering at the heart of this collection: silk and alpaca knit jumpers, field jackets, dungarees and shearling scarves. 

With previous successful womenswear collections accomplished, this season Joshua embarks into the realms of contemporary menswear. Continuing to grow and diversify his much-loved British brand. The whimsical colour palette of the collection pays reverence to Joshua’s rural roots including: earthy plaid browns, muted plum, eucalyptus, primrose and soft grey and creamy off-white tones. 

Hero pieces of the collection include the dorper brushed cotton kimono trench coat, perndale nappa jacket, ryeland reversible shearling coat and brushed mohair jacket made from 100% angora goat hair, which exude agricultural references yet highlight transitional ease of wear at the brand’s core. 

As ever, sustainability is at the forefront of his brand. Working with independent makers and farmers who share the same regards for sustainability and conservation. The brand places great emphasis on the quality of fabric, with the endeavour to ethically sourcing all the shearling used throughout the collection from Josh’s family farm in Dorset.

A percentage of sales then being donated to local wildlife preservation.

 

 

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