The summer heat has invaded and wrapped itself around most of the Northern hemisphere, leaving us in a daze of summer flirts, bike trips by the sea and buckets of rosé. Real life issues, fashion being one of them, seems a distant irrelevance. This quiet summer euphoria is encapsulated in these new images shot by Maxime Ballesteros for fashion e-commerce site SSENSE. Showcasing the new collection of Miu Miu RTW, Ballesteros travelled to the cliffs of Costa Paradiso, where a modernist ruin by architect Dante Bini stands since the 1960s. Futuristic, hedonistic, romantic. We’re looking towards the future. But first, we’re going for a swim.
Master of minimalism Calvin Klein has joined forces with exclusive online retailer mytheresa.com to produce a special womens capsule collection available only on that site. Called “Calvin Klein Jeans X Mytheresa.com – Calvin Klein Jeans Rebel Edge Limited Edition” (hope they don’t try to put ALL of that on the label…!) the clothes have the sexy rocker vibe of Calvin Klein’s iconic early 90s collections: think moto-inspired jeans, leather jackets and mini-dresses. Fronted by a campaign featuring British model Malaika Firth, the collection is sure to get women rushing to their keyboards in droves.
Renowned fashion photographer Aladair McLellan (who shot all 18 covers for i-D’s anniversary issue back in 2015) is back with a new pristine book project, this time dedicated to London’s contemporary skate scene.
The Eye has to Travel, said famed fashion editor Diana Vreeland – but so does your underwear, your beauty kit, your dresses, and your international stock of vitamin supplements. Thankfully, a new luggage line synthesizes Louis Vuitton’s traditional sensibility for luxury traveling with the easiness of contemporary travel gear.
Continuing their mega-successful Summer of Sport-line, NikeLab unveils their latest collaboration with designer Kim Jones, head of meanswear at Louis Vuitton.
Today, the widely recognized goldsmith, jewelry designer, creative director and friend Charlotte Lynggaard turns 50.
Fashion is an issue, a concept, a business, a philosophy, a way of life – that’s why it’s so great to talk about.
We far from hide that we’re Madonna fans. And we put a lot of energy into thinking about sustainability. So understandably, we were ecstatic when we heard the news that Stella McCartney, the British fashion designer and eco-innovator of luxury, was to launch her sustainably-made perfume range