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Shrimps is a faux-fur fashion label from the young London-based designer, Hannah Weiland.
LA weather has been feeling like warm Spring days or cool Summer days, and all I can think of are pastel colours and light fabrics...
I've been following Low Classic for a while now and I just really embrace and love the aesthetic of this South Korean brand.
Basing her work on a contemporary approach, Portugal-based designer Lia Gonçalves shifts between jewelry and design, reflecting the preference for a minimalistic aesthetic and, at the same time, a deep concern for functionality.
Athletic brand Champion had partnered up with Capsule Show for an exclusive collection for Urban Outfitters.
The Champion Select collection features collaborations with designers Wood Wood, Timo Weiland and Craig Green. The collection is available at our Activation Space located inside of Space15Twenty's Urban Outfitters.
“The collaboration brings to life a modern interpretation of the Champion brand as envisioned by three prominent independent fashion designers -- Timo Weiland from New York, Craig Green from London and Wood Wood from Copenhagen – each chosen for their unique design aesthetics. The Champion Select collection includes elevated, fashion-forward active wear looks for men and women utilizing heritage Champion fabrications and branding. Each of the designers began their process by visiting the Champion archives for inspiration, and selecting their favorite fabrications to use for their capsule collections.”
The Champion Select instillation will be open from January 23rd to March 9th
I recently came across the work of Enrico Nagel, a german artist and illustrator from Berlin. I hope you like them as much as I do!
Since their very first collection people haven't stopped talking about Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida label. Trained both in womenswear they both subscribe to the Helmut Lang school of thought, where "fashion is about attitude, not hemlines". While their aesthetic evokes raw effortlessness, the pair's technical sensibilities are revealed in the construction of each piece.
Happy New Year! I've got plenty of awesome posts coming up for this year.
One resolution I made is to not wear boring clothes and so I came across Montreal based label Atelier Wonder, launched in late 2013. Their Spring/Summer 2015 collection entitled Savage Youth inspired by post-soviet youth with an unconventional punk twist.