LUSH; They come in recycled, recyclable, and biodegradable black tinted tins. Labeled with a name, ingredients, the individual that worked on them, and the method of use. Thinking of them as cosmetic products would be an understatement, for they’re far more – I mean, they’re natural, healthy, and the aftermath of them gives you a radiant glow, or makes you smell like an array of fruits, or a floral bouquet.
Change; It’s what causes things to crumble, and reform. Perceived as an inevitable factor in life, It doesn’t necessarily bring good with it, but that’s all based on how you view it – I guess?
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.
It was about clothes that were potentate, luxurious, and pieces that revolved around metal embellishments, and golden tassels.
The relativity between architecture and fashion is unfathomable. Be it from deciding what the building is for (Season), the materials and resources used (Fabric and forms of sequins, and beads), which leads to the construction (Pattern drafting), and then the wait until the building (Clothing piece) commences.
Taking place in Paris’s tennis club, with a multi colored lit installation across a monochrome setting. It was as if you snorted cocaine prior to you going to a fun fair. Kris Van Assche, the creative designer behind Dior’s menswear wanted to set a clear focus towards contrasting elements.
It was silent, it was an ode, and it was everything that he would’ve brought him joy and child like splendor. Having the news of the venerated New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham a day before, Browne himself asked for a moment of silence.