It is the second time Burberry shows one of their “See-now-buy-now” collections with Christopher Bailey leading the way. This time British influential artist, Henry Moore, known for his large modernistic, voluminous sculptures, was the source of inspiration for Bailey’s collection.
Molly Goddard’s Autumn Winter ’17 collection boasted an impressive array of detailed party-dresses, smocked, ruched, pin-tucked and pleated they sauntered down the runway on young girls with twisted and pinned hair in their mothers’ red lipstick.
A quick browse through Instagram with the hashtag #officeporn will bring you – except for the occasional dick pic – a pretty good sense of the current trends within interior design. Now, & Other Stories are raising the bar.
The most exciting thing about New York fashion right now is undoubtedly its youngsters – while big names choose not to show or move their presentation elsewhere, there’s a flourishing of young talents in and around the downtown scene of the Big Apple – read our investigation into the scene in the latest issue of DANSK. Fashion brand Vaquera qualifies as one of the clearest voices in this milieu: the design collective has in only a few years positioned themselves as prominent voices, known for their humor-infused investigations into the history of American dress – from Southern Christian school to quilted Americana.
Danish designer Vibe Harsløf cites timeless Scandinavian design and the frantic nature of urban centers in her contemporary jewellery pieces for both genders – a strategy gaining increasing attention in both Denmark and abroad. Her proximity to the fashion world has enabled her to collaborate with designers such as Wood Wood, Soulland and Wackerhaus – we sit down with the young visionaire to learn more.
This weekend, all eyes were on Raf Simons, who had the honor not only to open New York Fashion Week (with a 10 AM show Thursday) but the whole fashion week season – New York being the first of the “big four” that includes Milan, Paris, and London. An astronomical amount of hype surrounded the event from the fashion press, buyers, and street style kids alike: what would be the future of American fashion? To which extent would the collection echo his own eponymous line, launching in NYC only a few days earlier? Could Simons reinvent minimalism in a time of logomania and sartorial collagism? As the last model exited the runway (in an audience that included Julianne Moore, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow and A$AP Rocky), it seems like the quiet Belgian designer did exactly that – and still, something completely all together.
Photographer – Hördur Ingason · Fashion Editor – Jeff Ihatsu · Hair – Lasse Pedersen – AgenturCph · Make-up – Trine Skjøth – AgenturCph
Photographer Assistant – David Rudolf · Fashion Assistant –Edvina Berg · Talents – Anton Toftgård – Nisch Management, Milton – Mate Management, Aksel Fly & Anton Bech – Scoop Models · Casting Director – Alexandra Sandberg