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.
Clothes today have become a language…
We use them to communicate.
In what will broadly be remembered as “the shittiest year of all times,” there were some highlights on the runways of the world. In fact, designers present their strongest strikes of genius when times are rough, as fashion becomes that fantastical, illusory medium that help us dream and escape. We’ll think back of 2016 to the year of logos, a round of musical chairs amongst the power-players of creative directors in Milan and Paris, and the year when the fashion world finally woke up and dismissed Kanye West’s sand-colored, genocide-appropriating fashion endeavor. On that note, we still haven’t recovered from Kim’s shocking accident in Paris, that led her to discontinue posting on social media. Her Instagram stands as frozen in time at Paris Fashion SS17 – perhaps an apt metaphor for all of us, who honestly can’t wait for the summer to come? While it won’t contain less Trump, it will hopefully be less death, prettier boys, and more radical fun. Until then, here’s some of our favorite collections of the year.
With a razor-sharp visual style (and a pretty nifty way with an actual knife), Canadian-born Maxwell Burnstein has been making waves with his art-meets-fashion photographic collages. He’s done covers for Elle, editorial for Harpers Bazaar and collaborated with Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci amongst others. Having provided The-Counsel with our first birthday card, Maxwell spoke to us about his influences and ambitions.
If you don’t already know about them, it is about time you do! Joris Suk and Tessa de Boer are the creative heads behind the Arnhem-based brand, MAISON the FAUX, who just showed their newest collection during New York Fashion Week. “There is something in the air in New York”, Tessa and Joris told DANSK Magazine, but there is definitely something brewing with the skillful brand MAISON the FAUX as well.