Sade English, graduate from London college of Fashion, studied Fashion Design Pattern Cutting and created her own label at the age of 21. She recently showcased her 2014 collection entitled SKIN. We will provide you with the lookbook and an extensive review of her most recent masterpieces soon. For now enjoy the photographs of the showcase to get an idea of what Sade has in stall for us this year.
“Men and Women especially in today’s society are disappointed of their reflection, It’s about time men and women accept their individualism amongst an army of clones.”
We had the chance to catch up with Lenara Choudhury, an amazing London based photographer who is capable of creating the raw vibe we appreciate so dearly. We talked about inspirations, her humble beginnings and how to break the ice during the shooting.
Purple NYFW Party at The East Standard NY.
Photography by Skylar Williams
Photographer: Michael Benatar
Model: Naressa @LA Model
Fashion that comes out of Berlin is a difficult topic. The relevant designers try to escape and show their collection in more relevant cities – and most of the designers showing in Berlin don’t represent what the city is about in their clothes. Canadian designer Jen Gilpin’s label DSTM ( short for Don’t Shoot the Messengers ) is one of the rare exceptions.
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Photographer: Greta Ilieva
Stylist: Jack Borkett
Hair: Cyndia Harvey
Makeup: Ciara O Shea
Styling Assistant: Kate Iorga
Models: Max Rodwell & Lulu Reynolds
Art Direction: Sam McWilliams, Alex Milsom, Jack Borkett, Simon Peter Frank Cook
We already presented you “Cult Days” and her perfect runway music a couple of months ago. The Brooklyn based artist is back with her latest project “EVOLUTION/DYING” accompanied by an intense visual video. We are glad to see her moving up the ladder and getting the attention she deserves.
William Dauel is a 23 year old creative who lives in San Francisco, California. He is currently getting his BFA at the Academy of Arts. His project “Dream Journal” evolves around the destruction of film. This is how he described his project to us:
“This project revolved around a dream I had during a rather turbulent time in my life where I was destroying my body and mind with substances and it dawned on me that instead of destroying myself I should in turn destroy my art as an outlet. This specific project I shot the roll with a camera I found in the garbage in San Francisco. I then soaked the developed roll into a film soup consisting of a few drugs I used to take and chemicals I found around my apartment. This particular roll also destroyed the developing machine at a local Walgreens causing me to be banished from developing there. ”
Saint Laurent Permanent and Prefall Campaign.
Photographer: Tanya Gaidarzhy
Model: Marina Vesna
Stylist: Lena Labartkava
Hair & Makeup: Maria Ortynskaya
Clothing: DOMANOFF, LITKOVSKAYA, LOST&FAUND
We get a lot of studio-shoot submissions, but a large percentage of them doesn’t make it to the magazine. They often lack the final spark. In a studio you can’t have a great setting doing half of the work for you – the chemistry between photographer and model has to be exciting. That’s exactly what Thang Le achieved in his latest editorial “A child of Spring” for WhiteLies Magazine. (more…)