”E.T” editorial is a pure eye-candy,with color patterned clothes cleverly matched together from the magic hand of Carine Roitfeld and lensed by photographer Sebastian Faena.A series of exceptional images that can’t help but promise a uber fashionable Spring!
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Once again i wonder,is there a theme,a concept that JPG can’t work with and make it part of its very distinctive view and aesthetics,let alone adding fashion fun to it?Apparently not.This season,it was the idea of a fashion ”takeoff”,a travel both to space and time.Futuristic designs gracefully co-existed with vintage elements,metallic jackets,crystal stones’embellishments and punk-ish tartans dominated the catwalk.It is as if JPG has discovered the underlying connection between vintage forms,Courrèges and punk street style,an amalgama that worked only because it was carefully studied,greatly executed,proving once more just how talented Mr Gaultier is.
Tendrils of childlike innocence and sweet naivete,charged with a fairy-tale force...
Or how,having some of the most famous fairy-tales ever written as an inspiration,photographer Johnny Dufort and fashion editor Carine Roitfeld,presented a stunning series of images each one referencing to an iconic fairy tale figure such as Sleeping Beauty,Rapunzel,The Show White,Hansel and Gretel.One of the best editorials of the season. 10 more words
In an almost all-white collection,Gareth Pugh justified his reputation for being a designer that has a clear vision,one of the few of the ”new blood” that manages to transform this vision into clothes,perhaps not absolutely wearable ones but much interesting via experimenting with design techniques and fabrics.Using plastic sheeting in a elaborate way,square plastic paillettes and fur-like outfits that caught the eye he did, once more, made a sartorial statement.Certain discoball-like metallic pieces weren’t that much appealing, but there were some moments of pure sartorial genius such as the structured yet elegant coats. 42 more words
Photographer Nicolas Valois and fashion editor Guillaume Boulez collaborate producing a stunning series of images for ‘‘The Wild Magazine” #5 Spring 2014 edition.Inspired by Renaissance Holland-ish paintings, model Codie Young pose as a stylized, modern Madonna, proving us with an editorial worth sharing.
“I try to simplify things by just having a white background and no distractions. I don’t care about ‘composition’ or anything like that. I just want the emotion of the person in the picture to come across” … 202 more words
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have had long ago proved that they have certain reference lines,a core dna that is present in almost any collection of Dolce et Gabbana House,no matter what and how the seasonal influence or theme will develop.That very thing, despite from being a form of creative restrain,as some may suggest, it is perhaps the key to the duo’s ease when dealing with such themes as Byzantic and Medieval visual culture. 185 more words