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Vivienne Westwood Fashion Show SS 2018 London

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We are Motherfucker

My pack of playing cards, we’re releasing one a week, we started with the ace of spades. Everything’s connected, you can collect them like football cards; it is also a plan of action, a survey map. If we connect the dots, we can win the fight for the free world, first step: Switch to Green Energy Supplier.

- We have a print using all four symbols.
We will begin with natural white covered with rainforest print – small black circles looking like a spotty animal print but which are really meant to be the noughts which endlessly multiply money by 10 over and over. We only need a few to Save the Rainforest but billions disappear every day in global inflation. Other graphics will be in the form of texts – black on natural white.

We will add separate pieces to these basic looks: No fashion theme – just half dressed. Perhaps a shirt which in one go shows you the most shirtlikeshirt: Platonic! Silly? You will see the jacket which says jacket, the most dynamic jacket, a joke of jeans, the universal shortest trouser, a gesture of as weater; the most sexy dress, should it be worn on the oldest person in the world on top of a net t-shirt. The dress has a cave print of hunter gatherers, moving across the land, following the reindeer. Will we survive our evolution. Don’t panic.

‘Buy Less Choose Well, Make it Last’

Vivienne Westwood


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Mon, June 19 2017 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


Gosha Rubchinskiy Fashion Show SS 2018 Saint-Petersburg
Gosha Rubchinskiy Fashion Show SS 2018 Mens Collection


Saint Petersburg, the former capital, brought football to Russia through the British ambassadors formerly stationed there in the 19th century. The historical city also boasts a vibrant electronic music scene which crossed over from Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Following his FW17 show in Kaliningrad, Saint Petersburg was thus the natural choice for Gosha Rubchinskiy to present his Rave Culture themed SS18 collection.

The location of the show, the “DK Svyazi ̈, embodies this strong musical influence as it was known in the late 80’s for its famous Russian rock concerts and, in light of this underground status, was chosen in 1989 by cult artist Timur Novikov to organize the first rave in Russia.

More than just a show space, Gosha was inspired by the ghosts of parties past that still live on in this city. Taking his collaboration with artist Buttechno one step further, they created a music and light project for the occasion. Blurring the lines between the past & present, this installation allowed guests to become part of the experience as soon as they set foot into the space. A publication created for the event by INRUSSIA gives further insight into the emerging rave scene of Saint Petersburg in the 90’s.

For the second season working with Adidas, Gosha developed his own shapes in working closely with the design team in Herzogenaurach. The collaborative pieces combine references to the 90’s rave scene, vintage tracksuits and Russian football gear, all fused together with the knowhow and technology inherent to Adidas.

Teaming up for the first time with iconic British brand Burberry, Gosha revisits timeless classics such as the trenchcoat, harrington jacket and raincoat, which are known around the world and have even earned their place in cultural history. The reworked, oversized shapes provide a contrast to the rest of the collection and help create a complete look rooted in history but looking towards the future.

Accessories include headpieces by miliner Stephen Jones, designed in close collaboration between Stephen, Gosha and Burberry, as well as 90’s inspired sunglasses by Retrosuperfuture.

The worlds of football culture, nightlife and vintage sportswear meet in Gosha’s next chapter. Through his shows, Gosha wishes to share the diversity of his home country and foster exchange between people from all over the world. Just as the upcoming football world cup, taking place in Russia for the first time in 2018, he hopes that he can contribute to breaking walls himself and the world having a better understanding of Russia and that it will inspire people to travel and discover the country for themselves.


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Sat, June 10 2017 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


Moschino Spring Summer 2018 Menswear and Women's Resort Collection Fashion Show Live Streaming Los Angeles 8th June 2017 7.30 Pm Pdt

Watch the Moschino Spring Summer 2018 Menswear and Women’s Resort Collection Fashion Show in Live Streaming – Los Angeles 8th June 2017 7.30 PM PDT. Stay Tuned…!!!

Wed, June 7 2017 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


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Sun, April 16 2017 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


Versace Fashion Show FW 2017 Milan
Versace Fashion Show FW 2017


Diversity, strength, individuality – the empowerment of the female mind and body.

Versace for all women, mixing romantic with active, florals with plaid, feminine with masculine. Colours are vivid, transparencies are flirtatious, attitude is fearless. The new female power suit has a strong rounded shoulder and contouring double-breasted cut. It is worn over a white shirt with words of positivity, and the provocation of a sheer tulle skirt.

Ergonomic lines cut movement into a long-sleeve dress, with degrade colour shifting across the body, and tulle slashes revealing the skin beneath. Fitted sheepskin jackets in bold colour are defined by their inside-out construction lines, with exaggerated shaggy collars to maximise the effect.

Short black athletic dresses with overlocked seams are femininised by a kick in the cut, while short ruffle dresses are swirls of movement, cut along sinuous lines. A feminine open-weave plaid is used for short-sleeve tops, skirts and one-shoulder dresses cut with effortless twists.

Knitwear is versatile, from sporty compact knits to mohairs and sweaters that are as if layers of different knits worn together. Sheer tulle skirts are embroidered like a new lace, with vertical lines that flip into godets, creating flirtatious movement. Other tulle dresses are embroidered with acid floral patches.

Shaved mink is laser-cut like a transparent fur coat, inset with vivid fox to create the effect of plaid. Meanwhile another extraordinary shaved mink is embellished with acid floral patches. Dresses have a flashes of floral print, while long sheer georgette dresses are printed with florals that warp and shift colour as they move down the body.

Tulle is embroidered with crystal to give the effect of crystal mesh, the resulting cocktail dresses keeping their dynamic form as if frozen in motion. Brand new bags are super soft, whether it’s a drawstring shopper with braided charms, a flat-fold messenger, a new hobo or an elongated colour-contrast clutch that can be carried two ways.

High heel ankle-strap sandals have dynamic Versace logos, while the new Daphnis watch celebrates the power of the Versace Greek key.

“This is a collection about the power of women, and women who know how to use their power. It is a call for unity, and the strength that comes from positivity and hope.” Donatella Versace


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