Fashion in it’s many forms, often revolves around dialogue, or is stirred by it. As cliché as this may sound, shopping is a form of dialogue. You, a customer, often create dialect with the article of clothing, or accessory that you’re about to obtain. When referring to that, the Emirati brand “Tharb” which’s based in Abu Dhabi, comes to mind.
Here’s your first look at what the chief creative officer, Riccardo Tisci, has been working on for Burberry’s Resort 2019 collection. A couple of days ago, Tisci posted several photographs on Instagram and said “I wanted to celebrate the beauty, heritage, and legacy that I discovered when I first arrived at Burberry.”
It features not one, but two, pro-LBTQ+ covers. It’s photographed by the iconic duo Mert and Marcus, and it follows the example set by the late, renowned, Franca Sozzani; if you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m talking about Italian Vogue’s September Covers.
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).
Dilmun; an ancient country mentioned throughout the history of Mesopotamia. As time progresses, and generations move on, archeological locations, and monuments are discovered, and gradually get researched. Grasping onto those archeological sites, and discovering it’s rich history is Bahraini designer Lulwa Al Amin, also known as Lulu Al Amin.
It was an array of pretty pastels, contrasting intersected pieces, motifs that gave off a beach like vibe, brit inspired – of course. Topman’s Gordon Richardson envisioned a youthful group raving around the beach side, before their discovery of Ibiza.
Never does Lee’s face leave my mind when the talk or view of fine craftsmanship, Britain, or sheer talent comes into a conversation – may he rest in peace.
It was all about denim renaissance, innovation created from things that are considered of the mere norm, and the seasonal brilliance that is known as Christopher Shannon.
Grace Wales Bonner, a 25-year-old fashion designer who grew up in South East London, with an English mother, and Jamaican father. Call her a new comer, or “Fresh Meat” onto the British fashion scene if you may, but regardless of that – Bonner’s profoundly, personal collections, have already made a mark, and earned her the hotly-contested LVMH prize of €300,000, and a year-long mentorship.
WARNING: If you’re a wallflower, there are no perks for you on this webpage; nor are there perks for you in this review of DSQUARED2’s Spring Summer 2017 Menswear collection.