The Fendi baguette is an iconic bag that left a strong presence after it was released. Often credited as the first "It" bag, the baguette was released in the 1997 universe and infiltrated fashion and culture over the years that followed. Although it is a decisive accessory in the lateRead More →

Visited New York in the 1970s, Paul experienced the life and energy of SoHo's profound art scene. At that time, galleries such as OK Harris, Pace and Leo Castelli graduated from the establishment in the Upper East Side and opened spaces in the Downtown movement. The city's young artistic communityRead More →

For our ultimate collection for KENZO, the spring of summer 2020 collection, we found the foundation of our founder Kenzo Takada, and more specifically, to Japan's surrounding ocean, where groups of strong, restrained and modern superheroes judge daily to retrieve treasures at the bottom of the ocean. Ama is aRead More →

For our summer 2020, Loewe presented a series of tunics, caftans and sailing shirts that were supplemented with smoothly flowing bottoms with the material from all over the world driving home global influence. Among them were the hand-embroidered cotton from Bangladesh, hand-dyed indigo cloths from Burkina Faso and lenin denimRead More →

Another great collection with a clean tailor and a collaboration with RIMOWA. Placed around the site of the show, Dior collaborated with the artist Daniel Arsham, the men's clothing offer is incredibly clean and blends streetwear-friendly branding with mature custom-made garments. The collection emphasizes the clean lines and a timelessRead More →

Approaching the new season, Kris Van Assche makes a colorful proposal for Berluti's spring months 2020 men's collection. The Belgian designer coincides with classic tailor-made and streetwear-inspired pieces at the moment. Rich dolls of color extension for zippers that come in different suits, whether it's a narrow two-piece or aRead More →

It's the morning after Woodstock & # 39; 69. The sun crosses the Catskill Mountains as the final glow in Jimi Hendrix's torchlight Fender Strat floats in the wind, but still fuels the common spirit created over these three crucial days. The Spring Season 2020 season represents a folkloric correspondenceRead More →

Think of a garden filled with just one type of flower, a sunrise without sunshine, or a horizon suddenly missing its aged spire. Confession can program the mind to take the most epic things for granted. For Louis Vuitton's Spring-Summer 2020 collection, Lord Artistic Director Virgil Abloh highlights the instinctive,Read More →

Traveling is indeed a physical activity, but it really enlightens and enriches when it takes the form of a freely flowing, boundless meandering of the mind. Travelers who travel in the context of their own minds can cross the boundaries of reaching somewhere else, expanding opportunities and imagining utopias. WhenRead More →

A sharp industrial feeling emerges in this season, channeled by the pragmatic costumes consisting of blouses, shirts or polo shirts wearing matching pants. Sartori adheres to an agenda rooted in tailor-made essences, transforming tradition into something that fits the pace of a hyper-linked global generation. The silhouette is stylish: boxyRead More →