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Henrik Vibskov opens pop-up during Miami Art Basel


Henrik Vibskov opens pop-up during Miami Art Basel


 

 

4510/Six x Henrik Vibskov
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pop-up / Miami Art Basel 


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written MALCOLM THOMAS

Last Tuesday, Danish artist and designer, Henrik Vibskov, unveiled a pop-up to kick off Miami Art Basel. In collaboration with independent retailer, Forty Five Ten’s 4510/Six platform for emerging talent. Vibskov designed a custom installation to celebrate the melding of creatives at Art Basel. 

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Three modules with black-painted walls and décor contain Vibskov’s SS19 and AW18 collections, the latter inspired by Jan Fabre’s sculpture The Man Who Measures the Clouds. Inspired by the designer’s travels to Kanazawa, Japan. Oversized knits and statement outerwear are interspersed with geometric lines. The poetic gesture of measuring the immeasurable. Dozens of suspended brooms fill the window.

“We are excited to activate our space in collaboration with Henrik’s team during Basel. Henrik, as an artist himself, is a true collaborator and we love his artful, experimental creations. The pop-up will be fun, dynamic, and a great fit for the art crowd,” said Kristen Cole, President and Chief Creative Officer of Forty Five Ten, prior to the launch.

The Henrik Vibskov Miami Visit boutique installation is open through January 4th in 4510/Six’s Little River location. 


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YUUL YIE presents her SS19 collection, based on her ideal of a “Dusty Oasis"


YUUL YIE presents her SS19 collection, based on her ideal of a “Dusty Oasis"


 

 

YUUL YIE 019
*dusty oasis


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With this soft and soothing setting in mind, Sunyuul Yie, creative director and lead designer of YUUL YIE presents her SS19 collection, based on her ideal of a “Dusty Oasis”.

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Pebbles that glisten in shallow streams. The sunset gently refracting soft lines of light from the waters’ edge. The sun spreading its tranquil rays. The Milky Way lights brighten up the night sky in the desert.

Using a colour palette of soft pastels, the collection comprises of her trademark kitten heels decorated with twinkling pebble-shaped ornaments, bringing a new interpretation to the word, oasis.


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Vivienne Westwood + Burberry reveal campaign for their collaboration


Vivienne Westwood + Burberry reveal campaign for their collaboration


 

 

VIVIENNE WESTWOOD x BURBERRY
*1st collaborative collection


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Vivienne Westwood + Burberry revealed the campaign shots for their first collaborative collection.

Shot by David Sims, the London-shot campaign features an eclectic cast wearing looks from the collection created as a collaboration between Riccardo Tisci, Vivienne Westwood + Andreas Kronthaler.

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“Vivienne Westwood was one of the first designers who made me dream to become a designer myself and when I first started at Burberry, I knew it would be the perfect opportunity to approach her to do something. - She is a rebel, a punk and unrivalled in her unique representation of British style, which has inspired so many of us. I am so incredibly proud of what we will be creating together.’
Riccardo Tisci, Burberry Chief Creative Officer

The collection celebrates British style + heritage and is inspired by Vivienne Westwood’s iconic collections, taking a unisex approach across styles. Westwood’s iconic designs – from classic double-breasted jackets, a hugger jacket and a mini kilt to lace up platforms and a beret – are all reimagined in Burberry’s Vintage check.

‘Vivienne Westwood + Burberry’ is the first collaboration for Burberry under its newly appointed Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci. Vivienne Westwood + Riccardo Tisci were united by a shared vision to support and promote Cool Earth, a UK based non-profit organisation that works alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation and climate change, through this collaboration. At the heart of the collection, is an oversized T-shirt dedicated to the charity, with a handwritten message from Vivienne. She will also customise four exclusive items from the collection to be auctioned to raise further support for Cool Earth.

The cast includes: Kate Moss, Sistren, Leonard Emmanuel, LadyFag, Josh Quinton, Andy Bradin, DelaRosa, Claudia Lavender, Marco Motta, Sashadavai and Jacob Shifrin as well as Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler.


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Converse and Miley Cyrus reveal a third collaborative collection for the holiday season.


Converse and Miley Cyrus reveal a third collaborative collection for the holiday season.


 

 

CONVERSE x MILEY CYRUS
*3rd collaborative collection


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As a woman open to all possibilities, Converse and Miley partnered to encourage that feeling of independence and self-empowerment. As she prepares to release her upcoming single “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” this latest collection celebrates Miley’s ongoing evolution as a woman – taking fans along for the ride from her first Converse collection to a more provocative place in concept and execution.

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After all, as Miley has shown time and time again, fitting in is overrated. Reminiscent of her audacious and expressive persona first revealed on the tracks of her Bangerz album, the 19-piece collection is filled with brushed velvet, glitter, and of course, platform Chucks. The Chuck Taylor All Star Lift and Platform have become a signature of the Converse x Miley Cyrus look, elevating the classic silhouette, using stacked EVA foam. In this latest collection, the sneakers see a vinyl execution along with a brushed velvet take – offering two different, but equally colorful and bold approaches to holiday dressing. On the patent sneakers, Converse’s Star iconography appears in a repeat trend on the foxing tape whereas as glitter printed foxing tape complements the brushed velvet sneakers to create visual interest through texture.

For those looking to express themselves with a more everyday sneaker, the Chuck Taylor All Star “Patent” comes in black and white, with contrasting Star graphics printed on the foxing tape and laces. A brushed velvet take of the sneakers is also available in black, with a glitter printed foxing.

The themes found on the footwear continue in the collection of apparel, composed of Miley’s favorite apparel styles and cuts.

From the dark and light hues of dark burgundy and gnarly blue on Converse x Miley Cyrus Track Suit to the repeat Star application on the Converse x Miley Cyrus Velour Sweatshirt knits and sweat pants or the Converse x Miley Cyrus Jacquard Glitter Bodysuit (a personal favorite of Miley’s) – the collection is designed for you to mix and match, dress up or dress down. Stay warm with Converse x Miley Cyrus Satin Puffer Jacket and prepare to stand out as you step into the New Year.

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Cross-pollinated fashion performance NOW YOU MAY TELL THAT I’VE BEEN SEEN BY YOU


Cross-pollinated fashion performance NOW YOU MAY TELL THAT I’VE BEEN SEEN BY YOU


 

 

TRAUMABARUNDKINO


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seen Matthias Neumann + Olga Khristolyubova

TRAUMABARUNDKINO is thrilled to present it’s first in house production, the cross-pollinated fashion performance NOW YOU MAY TELL THAT I’VE BEEN SEEN BY YOU. We showcase fashion and contemporary dance in an event elaborated as part of a series that aims towards the experimental staging of a vision that challenges the norm of what can be perceived as a fashion presentation.

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Thus, we bring together the collections of emerging designers and present them in a non conventional display that conveys the concept of fashion with a reformulated approach. Working closely with choreographers, dancers, sound and light designers, offers us the challenge of engaging the public more directly, where content is being delivered with a strong emphasis on physicality and free form expression that results in a versatile performance.

The myth of Diana and Actaeon outlines this show – a venture into the conflicts inhabiting human nature at it’s most fundamental level. The piece exposes primal human behavior with the implicit price of being consumed by its intensity, one gradually becoming a victim of one’s own drive. We explore the dimensions of voice as the only non-organic form of expression in the human body. We channel its raw power outwards. Exer- cising unprocessed, unfocused anger as creative liberation is an authentic form of shaping one’s presence. The acceptance of raw aggression and its tones with a non-judgemental attitude enables us to embrace its potential. As the inner struggle takes over the body, words become ranting, demeanour becomes rage – a fully rounded human being shines through in all its complexity.

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The project TRAUMABARUNDKINO arose as an answer to the need of having a fresh in- clusive space which allows a better, more authentic dialogue between mediums like contemporary dance, fashion, cinematography, video art and club culture.

We aim to generate a heterogeneous and imersive environment which offers a very particular experience, as we encourage the artists to make use of all the options Trauma Bar und Kino provides simul- taniously, from the cinema to the video boxes to the dancefloor and the sound equipment. We believe that giving the artist the full freedom to unfold their personal ‘universes’ is the fundament of having the place changing all the time, taking our public by surprise. In a few words Trauma Bar und Kino is a meeting point for arts and club culture, breaking down barriers and culti- vating relationships.

 
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Merilin Kolk Collection seen by Cecilia Riis


Merilin Kolk Collection seen by Cecilia Riis


 

 

MERILIN KOLK
*Lovina: depicted


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“Lovina: depicted” is a collaboration between fashion designer Merilin Kolk and photographer Cecilia Riis that explores the ambivalence in Kolk’s BA Graduation Collection. Her BA Graduation Collection challenges the sexualization of the female body by covering it. The collection attempts to explore the identity of covered women in our time.

It questions whether covering up the female body can enhance feminine sexuality. Can it feel liberating, and impart dignity and sensuality to women? The graduation project also investigates whether covering, too, can become a form of objectification of the body.

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Merilin’s designs are born from ideas, emotions and observations of the human being in that particular space in time. She works with such concepts as relationships, belonging, identity and sense of reality. Her work explores + pays tribute to the vulnerable within us, and she tries to depict this in wearable form.

Merilin Kolk was born and raised in Estonia, and moved to Norway at the age of 19. Merilin graduated from the National Academy of the Arts in Oslo with a BA in clothing design in June 2018. In Oslo she completed a master’s degree in social economics, before pursuing her passion for fashion design.

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fashion Merilin Kolk
seen Cecilia Riis
make up Katarina Fedøy
art director Elvira Panic
model Liv Melin


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