First a fashion model, then a TV presenter, next contributing editor at Vogue and now a designer. Alexa Chung is set to launch her very own fashion label on 30 May. Does muse and style icon equal designer? We are excited to see. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Ice (s)cream?

Why do we write about Magnum and what does it have in common with Cara and fashion? Watch the beasts try to get their paws on Cara’s Magnum in latest Moschino&Magnum campaign. Magnum and Moschino has just released its new collaboration. To mark Magnum’s arrival at Cannes Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino presented “Release… Read More

The World of Anna Sui

The Fashion and Textiles Museum has announced an exhibition of the most important and influential American designers – Anna Sui. It opens next month and will be the first-ever retrospective of designer’s work in UK. Beautiful present to celebrate 25 years in fashion. Anna Sui is an inspirational woman whose designs embrace the history of American pop culture and popular… Read More

New face of Azzaro

The French fashion house, founded by Loris Azzaro in 1967, celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new artistic director. Maxime Simoëns, welcome to the business. Maxime Simoëns was named the new artistic director of Azzaro yesterday. French designer will oversee the label’s couture collections, ready-to-wear and accessories. Simoëns succeeds Arnaud Maillard and Alvaro Castejón, who left… Read More

American Classics

Just 7 months and we are back to his story (Raf Simons as new CKlein?) Simons’ vision of Calvin Klein is starting to take shape with a brand new logo and his first collection “American Classics."  The Belgian designer joined Calvin Klein in August last year as a creative director. With Simons the big time of transformation has started.… Read More

Saturday inspirations! Vogue presents the full documentary about fashion and future of fashion (and it’s narrated by our favourite Alexa Chung). She investigates fashion from the inside out and shows that from Olivier Rousteing to brand-new graduates, there’s room for heart, dedication and humour. p.s No point to worry when it’s over. That’s just the… Read More

Fashion(able) house

Fashion and IKEA, again? Indeed. Ikea expands its collaboration with fashion designers and  ogether with the founder of Kit Neale brand offers avant-garde ideas for “fashionable house”. Do you remember the collection of British designer Katie Eary that Ikea released less than a year ago? We wrote about it on the blog (Fashion and Ikea?). It was a hit.… Read More

Serge Ruffieux on board

Carven has just named Serge Ruffieux its new creative director. The right man in the right place at the right time? Sounds like. Following the departure of design duo Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud in October last year, Carven has just appointed Serge Ruffieux it’s new creative director.  Ruffieux spent nearly 10 years working for Dior, most recently as head… Read More

We already know!

Last night at the Royal Albert Hall 4,000 members of the fashion industry gathered to celebrate The Fashion Awards 2016. Welcome the big winners, Ralph Lauren (Outstanding Achievement), Gigi Hadid, Molly Goddard, Craig Green, Simone Rocha, Alessandro Michele, Jaden Smith and Demna Gvasalia. Every year The Fashion Awards stand out the best of British and international talents from global fashion community. 2016 winners were… Read More

“Some Style is Legendary”

Fashion icon and US Vogue’s creative director, Grace Coddington turned 75 this year. But in her case it can only mean one thing – new challenges. She’s been working on a brand new campaign for Tiffany & Co and appeared in the  “Some Style is Legendary” documentary. See the trailer. “Style is legendary” could be the perfect… Read More

Kate Moss Agency, let it start

She is one of the most recognisable, most photographed and most influential supermodels of all time. That’s why being just a model is not enough.  Kate Moss has been working in the fashion business since she was 14. Has made more than 300 magazine covers, just on Vogue’s appeared more times than any one else. She has… Read More

The acclaimed American designer Tom Ford makes a comeback at Venice Film Festival and it’s not with a new collection, but with a movie. See the trailer, casting Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal.  We should call Ford “a designer-turn-director” now.  (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Campaign like no other

Kakáslok. Just see. Kakáslok means “little shit”. The New York based label was established just two year ago and is being not less controversial than the name itself. But let’s start from the very beginning.  Kakáslok founder, 20-year-old Ericka del Rosario, was born in Philippines. Her family, like any other in the district, was working long hours everyday, leaving the… Read More

When was the last time you “lost the plot”? In celebration of#BritWeek, Georgia May Jagger is decoding her favourite British phrases. The answers are slightly bonkers! Must see.  (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Raf Simons as new CKlein?

Raf Simons left Dior in October last year, after women’s Spring/Summer 2016 show, that he presented in Paris. Simons helmed the Parisian house for three and a half years. Since he resigned, rumours has started – would he rather work on his own label or join another big fashion house.  When Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli stepped… Read More

Vivienne, The Queen

Vivienne Westwood has just showed her Spring/Summer 2017 collection during Milan Fashion Week. Whether you like her or not, she is still The Fashion Queen. Involved in politics since ever, the designer Viviene Westwood started her Spring/Summer 2017 presentation at Milan Fashion Week with a short video addressed to the British Prime Minister David Cameron. She raised her voice… Read More

Kendall Jenner has attracted a lot of haters, mostly for being rich, privileged and a member of the Kardashian family. What’s a girl to do with all that hate? In a short film for Dazed & Confused the model makes a major nod to the classic teen movie “Mean Girls”. How does her Burn Book… Read More

Everything is constructed, cast, hammered, sawed and finished in her studio. Artist Lane Walkup is our #art and around example of fashion-culture union. Inspired by the fluidity of minimal shapes and the chemistry behind metalwork, Lana pays special attention to detail, structure and fun. Her unique collection of hangers is so adorable, you wouldn’t like… Read More

The echo of other times and the hope for the bright future – that’s what Nicolas Ghesquière wanted to convey in Louis Vuitton’s Autumn-Winter collection. Don’t miss it. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Be or not to be?

According to today’s rumours: Karl is considering to finish his fashion career. Chanel’s upcoming resort show in Cuba may be Lagerfeld’s last. Will he go on retirement? Definitely it’s not the easy step to make.  Photo www.chaos-mag.com

Minimalism by Paul Jung

We love Saturdays for all those beautiful inspirations we find. However, Paul Jung is not particularly interested in traditional beauty. What do we know about him? Not much. Paul Jung is a young fashion photographer and art director, labelled by the biggest magazines as “the one to watch”. Born in Taiwan, Jung grew up in Australia, then… Read More

Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer

“I want my clothes to live, to party, to have fun”. “Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer” promised to tell the story of the designer’s fascinating life – from growing up in rural Missouri to dominating the fashion world as Creative Director at Moschino. Just after his another spectacular show at NYFW, we recall his documentary video.… Read More

The man on the street

Phil Oh, New York based photographer, travels the world to cover the major international fashion events. London, Milan, Paris, Tokyo, Sydney and Shanghai just open his list of places-to-be. He photographs industry insiders and kooky fashion kids, but also random passersby that catch his eye. Today we take you for a walk with Oh’s best shots… Read More

With our love to fashion & art liaison, we couldn’t stay indifferent to this collection. Well known interior designer and fashion doyenne Iris Apfel drew inspirations from Henri Matisse’s “Cut-Outs” to create a series of wonderful outfits, all in homage to the master of colour. Hard to believe she’s 92 years old!   (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

The show to remember

1949? Of course not! It’s 2016 and Spring-Summer Haute Couture collections in Paris. Do you recognise those guys? They presented something exceptionally beautiful today. Best congratulations for making our day, Victor&Rolf. Dutch fashion designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren acknowledged great applause from the audience after their Spring-Summer 2016 Haute Couture collection. Why? Just see.… Read More

Back in time. Gucci SS16

Love to everything retro and vintage has been taken to another level this season. Thanks to creative director Alessandro Michele and photographer Glen Luchford latest SS16 Gucci campaign travels back in time. Since Alessandro Michele’s become a new creative director, Gucci is settling into new aesthetic. Wanderlust, decadence, whimsy and all things vintage are it’s main inspirations. So… Read More