Here is a collection of metal jewelry handmade by the Californian artist Yoshi Stokes. A nice range of pendents, earrings and pins that represent space rockets, planets, star or even animals, which can be discovered in images below.
For his next spring-summer 2017 collection promotion, Alexander Wang chosen a casting of it girls and trendy personalities for a shooting directed by Inez & Vinoodh.
In this series, the american stylist invests on a glamour and in vogue mood, presenting what he calls the WANGSQUAD, a kind of stars family supposed to embody his brand’s universe. A little surprise : the protagonist is Ninja, from Die Antwoord.
The result is a very commercial and pop campaign, efficient and direct, mixing some excentrique personalities in a decadent bourgeois atmosphere. Thanks to Inez and Vinoodh touch, the series gains a deep and romantic charm.
A beautifully crafted watch is a keepsake to treasure from one generation to the next. Whether your taste tends towards the classic or modern, high-impact or understated, a watch forms a talking point and acts as a full stop to your personal style.
With timepieces from Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, Montblanc, Breitling, Piaget, Tag Heuer, Longines Hublot and Rolex, Selfridges has the perfect timepiece to treat yourself or a loved one to this Christmas.
The Wonder Room at Selfridges Oxford Street, London is dedicated to showcasing one-of-a-kind pieces from the world’s most desirable brands, including Cartier, Chopard, Rolex, Tiffany & Co. and Van Cleef & Arpels – to name a few.
This winter sees The Wonder Room become even more captivating as Selfridges introduces more beautiful boutiques and additional services, such as complimentary Champagne while you shop. For a precious gift that will be treasured, The Wonder Room is the ultimate destination.
The parade of Dolce & Gabbana is one of the most anticipated of the Fashion Week in Milan, “Tropic Italiano” is the name with which they have named their latest creation.
However if it could be considered an ode to Italian cuisine: ice cream, pizza and spaghetti shaped the print dresses, skirts and shirts.
Without innovate much in the courts: strong silhouettes that celebrate femininity, dresses stand type sack, which in contrast do little to enhance the woman’s body and fall straight.
To the already printed traditions of flowers, polka dots and black lace, denim garments coated beads, colorful military inspired jackets with matching mini skirts and baggy pants suits tailor join.
Jessica Biel joins some of today’s most renowned fashion designers in a ‘Fantastic Voyage’ photographed by Thomas Whiteside and styled by Joe Zee for the January issue of Elle magazine.
The actress is joined by Christian Louboutin, Nicola Formichetti, Jean Paul Gaultier, Giambattista Valli, Azzedine Alaïa, Isabel Marant, Olivier Rousteing, Maison Martin Margiela team, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli.
This season, the timeless polka dot has been filtered through a fresh fashion lens if not wholly transformed. Far from its syrupy, cliché roots it seems the ubiquitous icon has seen a coming of age to make an unapologetically bold mark on modern style.
While the print may not necessarily stand out season after season, just like the modest stripe, it’s continually there in some capacity; that is until now. Autumn/Winter 2016 has pushed the print into the spotlight proving that polka dots are back in a big way.
Marc Jacobs, Saint Laurent and MSGM all opted for a contemporary take on the classic black and white spot elevating it to more stylish and rebellious heights. While Marc Jacobs elected gothy elongated silhouettes and mishmash of different sizes and textures, Saint Laurent and MSGM injected their collections with a shot of scarlet red.