Inspired by the recent campaign starring Kellan Lutz, Mehcad Brooks, Fernando Verdasco and Hidetoshi Nakata, the platform also offers an exclusive augmented reality experience and of course the commercials themselves.
You are invited to submit an artwork, slogan or photograph that best represents Vivienne’s principle idea of Active Resistance. Each day for 100 days from 8th September one artwork will be showcased online, finishing with an exhibition displaying the best selection.
Now that nails have become a fashion accessory in their own right, they require more thought than ever before. Where once we’d have considered the three-way relationship between outfit, bag and shoes, the rise of the nail as the new accessory just made dressing a whole lot more complicated.
Downloadable for free via iTunes or thelovemagazine.co.uk, the app harnesses the power of the internet to showcase a series of moving image projects relatating to content in the current issue of the magazine.
The Fund provides one British-based designer with £200,000 plus access to high level mentoring and business support. Designers must have an established business based within the UK, have key UK and international stockists and support from key media.
Dazed’s September issue features over 70 pages of collections. Featured photographers include Will Davidson, Serge Leblon and Sharif Hamza, with stylists including fashion director Karen Langley, senior menswear editor Robbie Spencer and AnOther Man’s senior menswear editor Bryan McMahon.
The issue feature interviews with newly crowned couturiers Valentino, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli as well as fashion’s ‘master of rock ‘n’ roll Todd Lynn, and the menswear prodigy James Long.
We look at a preview of EXIT magazine’s Summer 2010 issue featuring shoots by Dan Martensen, Eric Guillermain, Greta Ilieva, Joachim Mueller Ruchholtz, Michael Schwartz, Nicholai Fischer & Stephen Toner.
This season Yuima Nakazato explores life and lifeless objects, and how they co-exist… The keyword is Fusion – mixing together different elements to create the dividing line between two different elements…
With so many new make-up products launching on a daily basis, it’s easy to get carried away by a current lipstick crush, the latest thing in eyeshadow or the new holygrail in concealer – and forgot the bigger picture.
Our ROAR TALENT scouts attended graduate catwalk shows by colleges ranging the length and breadth of the country, from London College of Fashion to Manchester Metropolitan University, in order to bring you an edit of designers that we feel have the potential to go on and flourish in the competitive fashion industry.