Gayle Atkins’ Review of the Biba and Beyond: Barbara Hulanicki Exhibition at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery In my home city of Brighton it was exciting to visit the Biba and Beyond exhibition at The Royal Pavilion Art Gallery. Uba-cool fashion legend Barbara Hulanicki, a Brighton raised fashion designer, was – partly – responsible […]
You have seen the Lanvin Fall/Winter 2012 campaign images, now the video has been released. It celebrates Individuals with individuality. Reality… Not Reality Stars is the Motto. Well we have to say: the models chosen are Real Stars.
In honour of Balenciaga’s death 40 years ago, the Palais Galliera, the Fashion Museum in Paris, organised at the Docks, Cité de la mode et du design – Palais Galliera is closed for renovation – an exhibition entitled Cristobal Balenciaga: Fashion collector which will be opened till the 7th of October 2012.
Agyness Deyn has worked with UK iconic brand Dr Martens to create a limited edition collection due to launch on August 15th. Yes you have guessed it the lady has also been acting and modelling for the brand in a joyful video released just in time. In line with the brand image the nineties-inspired video is […]
Modeconnect likes the minimalist style of Marni. Marni Menswear has just released this video. Here is their comment on it: As the collection is an exploration of prints used on simple forms, patterns are made alive in the movie, using the specificity of the cinematographic medium: light, projection, movement. Made sheer, almost de-materialized, prints turn […]
An all star cast: Helena Bonham Carter and Sir Ben Kingsley. Screenplay Roman Polanski and Ronald Harwood, Music Alexandre Desplat, Production Designer Dean Tavoularis, Director of Photography Eduardo Serra, Editor Hervé de Luze,Executive Producer Max Brun, Produced by Hi! Production and R.P. Productions
The exhibition explores the striking affinities between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, two Italian designers from different eras. Inspired by Miguel Covarrubias’s “Impossible Interviews” for Vanity Fair in the 1930s, the exhibition features orchestrated conversations between these iconic women to suggest new readings of their most innovative work