Typically, most eyes are on New York, Paris or Milan for Fashion when it comes to Fashionweeks. Let’s turn our heads toward another direction for a moment: To Asia and Fashionweek Singapore! Lots of innovation and inspiration just went over the runways and their digital website this month. A few impressions:
Pretty amazing, right?
For more information, photos and links visit their official website, DigitalFashionWeek Singapore!
American model Gigi Hadid, who recently also walked for Victoria’s Secret, rocks the November issue of Vogue Italia with a colorful editorial called “The Power of Personality”. The shoot brings Hollywood divas and soul music sirens to life – inspiring not only through their beauty and style, but also their female super powers.
We can’t get enough of this shoot!
This collaboration is not only eye candy, but seems to also strongly reflect the current Zeitgeist. Remember how women used to be mere accessories back in the first James Bond movies and in Mad Men’s early seasons (which fairly accurately depict the women’s role in society back then)? Today, women around the world are independent, strong and on the rise. We predict that we’ll see more and more of this vibe in future fashion editorials. Smart fashion brands will tap into this emotion and slowly move away from showing women as mere eye candy and sex symbols, but as women with power and personality, ready to conquer the world.
Bring it on!
CREDITS: Photography – Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce) | Model – Gigi Hadid | Stylist – Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele | Hair – Guido Palau (Art + Commerce) | Makeup – Pat McGrath (Streeters London) | Nails – Jin Soon Choi (Jed Root)
See the full shoot for more photos and credits here in Vogue Italia
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We think they’re pretty rockin’ awesome!
Wouldn’t these just be perfect for a punk-rock inspired photo shoot, kind of like what we recently saw on Faces TV? (We blogged about this fashion collaboration earlier – see here). Or for a space inspired theme? Or to add just a dash of power to a look, to give it a certain visual kick?
See more of these rocking nail accessories here in the laser girls nail art shop!
What do you think? Yay or nay?
FACES STUDIO, a tv show where ordinary people from the streets of Zurich are picked for professional photo shoot productions by international fashion experts (including our Bjoern von Rotz from the hair and makeup school the circus – wahoo!) just went live with a new season!
This time, the fashion team created a “Rock’n’Rebel” look:
Curious what inspirations went into this production and how it all came together? Here’s the video!
Which look is your favorite?
Join the conversation on our facebook page and tell us what you think!
The show: FACES STUDIO | Producer: Claudio Catrambone | Camera: Bastian Meier, Pascal Wasinger, Marc Ambühl | Sound: Raymond Anderegg | Editorial: Janine Bleuler, Svenja Hässig | Hair & Makeup: Melanie Volkart, Letizia Abbatiello, Björn von Rotz | Moderation: Claudia Lässer | Photography: Ellin Anderegg, Thomas Buchwalder | Styling: Marina Gutzwiler | Styling Assist.: Laura Rüesch
Like you, we’re always on the look-out for intriguing new reads in the design, art and lifestyle world, especially if they make reading easy and fun and offer a global perspective. We just came across an innovative publication that offers just that: Monocle!
A peek into their current issue:
Monocle is an interesting fusion brand that offers an all around experience, from print publications (some of them in collaboration with the top design publication house Gestalten), sleek quick video previews, subscriber events, a shop, cafés, even an online radio station! This year they also inaugurated a “Quality of Life Conference” in Lisbon, with international panellists and an audience of 180 readers from around the globe, bound to take place again in 2016.
Monocle shop in London
Everything Monocle releases is beautifully done, by designers, for designers. What else is there to wish for? Enjoy!
If you haven’t had time to stay current on the happenings on New York runways these days, we’re here to share some of our current favorites with you from NYFW Spring 2016! As always, of course, it’s hard to choose… we love everything what we’re seeing just sooo much!
Jeremy Scott dazzles with bold colors and patterns inspired by the sixties:
Jeremy Scott Spring 2016
Diesel entices with intricate patterns, bold asymmetries, and snazzy details:
Diesel Black Gold Spring 2016
We love Delpozo’s Spring collection too, just look at these sculptural creations and geometrical arrangement of lines and shapes… – what eye candy!
Delpozo Spring 2016
What are your current favorites? What trend directions from Spring 2016 inspire you most?
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