A year ago, Moncler officially launched the second edition of the Moncler Genius program with a big event in the centre of Milan during fashion week that brought together hundreds of spectators. Among their nine collaborators was the Italian streetwear brand 1017 ALYX 9SM , run by designer Matthew Williams. [...]
A Hint of Adapted History
For the first time, IL Duomo Novara is currently carrying pieces from Maison Alaïa’s latest collection. Azzedine Alaïa is known as the late French designer predominantly remembered for his remarkably precise hand in couture tailoring. Which meant to say a lot of his greatest pieces, fabrics & patterns were held in the archive containing several different versions than the ones released. The Spring Summer 2020 RTW collection is a nod to that vast archive. [...]Marni FW19 - A Neuorerotik Escape
Marni's Fall Winter 2019 show was about a Neuroerotik escape curated by creative director Francesco Risso. As the name suggests, creative director Francesco Risso envisioned the show to be a fantaerotic escape game. A game based on the themes of sexuality, sensuality and mind play. IL Duomo has in store some of the staple pieces from this collection. [...]MSGM Men's FW19 - TURBO !
Massimo Giorgetti had a rather exciting impulse for the inspiration behind his Fall Winter '19 MSGM collection. The art of motor racing culture and the adrenaline from the velocity behind it was his sole focus. iL Duomo carries some of the iconic pieces from this collection inspired by the rush of the sport. [...]Maison Margiela FW19 - The Beauty in Decadence
If there were a list of designers who have over time become experts at breaking gender norms and perfecting deeply thought out tales in fashion, John Galliano would undoubtedly be on the top of that list. For Maison Margiela’s FW19 collection, the house’s creative director gave us both the pertinent and the poetic in a co-ed collection which stripped standard tailoring to its core. [...]The Blueprints of An Abandoned Amusement Park
Marcelo Burlon is the Milan based designer with an ever-growing popularity among Italian millennials and Gen Z streetwear enthusiasts. His clientele including a wide range of people from 15 year old boys to rappers, to his very peers in age. [...]Kris Van Assche's Debut - Berluti FW19
In April of last year, designer Kris Van Assche was appointed by LVMH as the new creative director of French menswear brand Berluti following his departure from Dior Homme. Ten months later, after an anticipated wait, the designer presented his first collection for the house in February. Over the years, Van Assche has developed a reputation for opening each of his Dior shows with a classic black suit. However, for Fall Winter 2019, being a new direction in his journey, he then decided to take a different route of inspiration.
Read MoreAn exploration of Youth
Earlier this year designer Miuccia Prada looked to themes of youth, wonder and perversity as the inspiration that sparked Miu Miu’s Fall Winter ’19 collection. The collection that showcased in Paris, was centred around the concept of a the cape, be it, in tweed, crocheted , camouflage or leather. [...]Back to The Basics
American fashion designer Thom Browne is one who never fails to seamlessly blend forms of theatrics with the principles of menswear. Each season, Browne’s shows have become intricately detailed performances which toss aside the notion of menswear being the more boring of the three clothing genres. However, for Fall Winter 2019, presented earlier this year, Browne scaled back on his usual fantasies of death-trap heels and face masks to go back to the basics of his original vision.
Read MoreAnatomy of Romance
On tune with the title of their Fall Winter 19 Women’s show. Italian fashion house Prada launches the campaign for their mens and womenswear collections under the name Anatomy of Love. The campaign honours the inspiration behind each collection which were both sparked by the ideals of romance as a human emotion and an artistic movement. [...]The Primal Bohemian Re-Imagined
Throughout the past few seasons, British designer Jonathan Anderson has been on the road to mastering the art of making complicated clothing look simple. For Spring Summer 2019 of his namesake label JW Anderson the designer played upon the concept of creating a collection influenced by bohemian culture.I Am Your Mirror
Givenchy Spring Summer 19 was all about blurring the lines. Creative Director Clare Waight Keller took some cues from an iconic woman in history: Swiss writer, photographer and traveler Annemarie Schwarzenbach who lived over a century ago and was known for being quite charmingly non binary in her dress and mannerisms.Somewhere, Nowhere
For Spring Summer 2019, designer Miuccia Prada charged towards a more playful approach for her label Miu Miu. Presented last September in Paris, the collection featured a line of pieces that were elegant yet at the same time equally whimsical.Balenciaga's Glance at The Future - SS19
Balenciaga’s SS19 show was undoubtedly the spectacle of the season and possibly even the century. Creative director Demna Gvasalia teamed up with digital artist Jon Rafman as he welcomed his audience into video tunnel surrounded by computer generated imagery.Showing 1 to 20 of 28 (2 Pages)