YUUL YIE 019
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”.
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.
The environment + how we humans act around it, is an unquestionable issue nowadays, which leads to questions about our awareness on reaching a more sustainable approach towards nature and agriculture. Farming inspired this fall+winter 019 collection. Reflections about how various ways of growing the food we eat every day, whether it’s in the city or in the countryside affect our life and the planet, encourages us to rethink and develop new methods.
Is your concentration gone ‘blu(e)rry’ ? It is only natural as today is 21st of January, ‘Blue Monday’, officially the most depressing day of the year.
PASKAL is renowned for delicate silhouettes, minimalistic shapes and precision that is reminiscent of innovative architecture and modern cultural processes. Beauty is derivedfrom the garments’ core components and construction. The main element of the brand’sDNA is the lassercut technique with the result being a sensitive design with strong personality.
For Autumn Winter 2019, Band of Outsiders’ Creative Director Angelo Van Mol looked at the moon landing as a pioneering event. One source of inspiration was Damien Chazelle’s recent movie First Man, starring Ryan Gosling. But instead of focusing on the moon landing itself, Angelo turned to the people experiencing it while watching this happen in front of their living room’s TVs. The collection is very much about the feel of the end of the 60’s and beginning of the 70’s. The choice of colours and fabric embodies this: warm hues including spice orange, burgundy and olive brown are balanced with camel, navy and black.