The Row’s ss2018 collection is made of three colours – beige, white and black. The suits look so comfy you could wear it at home. And the dresses are so perfectly sculptured you might want to have them right at the centre of your walk-in closet (real or imaginary).
Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are staying further in the Far East. If last season was all about chinoiserie, then ss2018 is all about japonerie in it’s most embellished form. Pearls, gems and organzas. Continue reading “Marchesa goes Japan of ss2018|VOGUE”
Vogue’s summary of NYFW this season. What happened (and what did not), the names, the affairs, and most of all – the collections’ diversity that spoke for itself. A good reading before LFW. Continue reading “A summary of NYFW|VOGUE”
We wrote about it before – Ralph Lauren is showcasing his ss2018 collection at the designer’s private garage in Bedford, NYC. There were women’s, men’s and, of course, cars to make sure the runway is being perfectly pictured on Instagram. Continue reading “RALPH LAUREN showcases at a garage|HARPERS BAZAAR UK”
Oscar de la Renta’s designers, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia did a copy-paste of modern art into the catwalk clothing. That the show was held at Sotheby’s York Avenue, comes as a solid [painting] frame. Continue reading “OSCAR DE LA RENTA ss2018 is a modern art issue |VOGUE”
The Queen-of-the-white-shirt is into colours for ss2018 and the palette is a 60s’ remix into 2017. Clean and vivid, denim and gingham, midis and waistbelts. Bottomline: it was the first collection showcased at MoMa [ever]. Continue reading “CAROLINA HERRERA ss2018 is all about happiness|VOGUE.com”
The already legendary fashion house is being revived by a 26-year-old Isabella Burley and the sharp aesthetics of Lang is back. Streamlined tailoring, harnesses, rearless pants and straps (lots of straps) are back in fashion again. Continue reading “Helmut Lang is back on track for ss2018|VOGUE.com”