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.
It’s been a long week, one that involved a lot of caffeine intake, unnecessary mental, emotional, and physical stress (I mean it’s a given since it’s exam week, so bare with me). Not to forget my endless musical scouts on Spotify, as well as Youtube.
Running until the 9th of July, Malja’s Call Out ll exhibition is an open-concept based event in which artists can portray their art in all its forms, from music, paintings, and sculpting, to photography and writing.
The name befits the vibe you get, It’s safe, vibrant, and home like to the extent that the belongings present are mentally perceived as your own. Malja – A Red Bull Space in Bahrain, where creatives and like-minded individuals meet and elaborate on their artistic perceptions through music, dance, sketching, and even writing.
From daily releases, streams on BEATS, and my endless fidgets on Spotify, I assure you that the past week has been quite an earful (In the musical sense that is).
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.
In an economy with cliché motives, be it in the business, medical, logistic, or even constitutional sectors, it’s quite hard to deviate from the current. It’s no surprise that your genuine artistic aspirations get turned down, nor is it a surprise that someone belittles you with regards to your creative profession.
Yours Truly, My Everything, and now, Dangerous Woman – Ariana Grande’s third album is going to be released next Friday Saturday, May 20th with collaborations including Lil Wayne, Future, and Nicki Minaj.
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.