Post KENZO X H&M – the long awaited collaboration that’s as dynamic as the fashion industry itself caused quite the uproar (No pun intended).
It was on this exact day, at around 7 in the morning, when Farah Baig and I, started preparing for an editorial shoot that we both organized, not to dismay the team that made it happen.
It’s long over due, but here it is. It’s where the odd within humanity is embraced, it’s where the unconventional is conventional, it’s where the refined get to an unfathomable state of luxe; London.
Founded in 1989, Its longstanding presence has made it pretty apparent that the field isn’t as similar without it, it ranges from dapper articles of clothing for men, figure complimenting accustomed pieces for women, and vibrant pieces for kids – welcome to the world of Sacoor Brothers.
It was a cohesive mixture of athleticism, a new from of femininely cut silhouettes, architecture, and Pelè-inspired prints.
It’s official, launching on the 3rd of November 2016, the French fashion house KENZO will be the next brand to collaborate with the Swedish multi-national clothing company H&M.
After closing his eponymous label back in 2015, Jonathan Saunders is back! Appointed as the chief creative director at the vivacious New York based label Dianve Von FurstenBerg Studio, effective immediately.
The exhibit addresses the founding elements of haute couture in the 19th century, and how it develops throughout the 20th century. As it progresses, the exhibit portrays how there seems to be a clear distinction between the use of machinery vs. the use of hand stitching.
The word “Conscious” means to be specially aware or sensitive, and that is exactly what H&M’s Conscious line is about.
It’s a sexual ejaculation, one that doesn’t lead to one’s arrival point, but to the manifestation of sequins, fluidity, and the endless tint of color reflected from the use of materials.