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Men’ Romanticism, Alexander McQueen AW19

Inspired by the “North and Northern Soul” collection for women, Sarah Burton, the current creative director of the English brand, focuses on the classic two-piece, jacket-pants.

Who is Billie Eilish?

Billie Eilish, her personal and particular voice has captivated the music industry, while her hair of changing color and gothic-punk style has seduced the fashion world.

Balenciaga presents the new Track Trainer’s colours

After the emblematic “Triple S”, Balenciaga launched the “Track Trainer” a running style shoe, which continues with the uglywear line that began its predecessors.

Beyoncé will open the doors of Coachella in Netflix

“Homecoming” is Netflix’s new documentary film based on Beyoncé’s experience at the Californian Coachella festival in 2018.

Balenciaga launches an eyewear collection #SS19

Balenciaga allies with spring and designs a new collection of sunglasses of selected and timeless lines.

Lacoste X Opening Ceremony

The tradition of tennis and the Olympic Games come together to bring subversion to today’s urban fashion scene: Lacoste x Opening Ceremony.

Luxury is canine too

The Millennial and Z generation are loaded with the desire to spend on their pets, which is why high fashion brands have decided to formalize the sector of textile garments for dogs.

From fashion designer to artist

By cultural convention the designer was the couturier who from threads and needles created designs of haute couture and quality. Today, these conventions have changed.

Circular fashion claims its place

The new ideologies of the Millennial and Z generation in favour of textile sustainability extend the good image of the circular or second-hand fashion sector.

Cultural appropriation, where to draw the line?

The real difficulty of cultural appropriation is discover where to draw the line between this appropriation and inspiration.

Cha Chá

You’ve been waiting for it: Flea Market by ChaChá

This Sunday, March 31st, the Pirandello 1-2-3 hall in Madrid becomes a design, music and art market. An event organized by ChaChá The Club.

Karl Lagerfeld’s cat launches limited edition product line

After Karl’s death, a line of products called “RIP Daddy” has been launched in which the designer’s puppy is the protagonist.

The Room x Shoop x Glenda López

This Thursday will take place in Barcelona the event “Opening Installation” in The Room. Shoop & Glenda López, two ways of making fashion and understanding it meet in the concept store.

#Kutoo declares war against heels

A Japanese actress and model, Yumi Ishikawa, has opened the debate on whether it is absolutely necessary for a woman to have to wear heels as part of her workwear.

Shoe fetishist? Yeah? This is your profile: @larslala

The Instagram @larslala account was born to focusing on the most extravagant and characteristic shoes in the industry.

Marc Jacobs says there is no plagiarism

The comparisons are hateful, but the illustration Jacobs uses is more than similar to that of Nirvana, except that the icon’s eyes were replaced by an M and a J.

Y2K consolidates

The Y2K aesthetics were already in the air, but with the re-launch of the Nike Shox TL, finally, we can say that it’s time to stay.

VFILES Yellow Label, “Employee of the Month” #AW19

The horn announcing the end of the working day sounded after the VFILES Yellow Label Showroom in Paris.

Louis Vuttion and its time machine in Paris #FW19

Yesterday, the Louvre Museum was transformed into the Pompidou art and culture centre, to house the new Louis Vuitton collection for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season.

Unravel Project rebuilds garments and creates fashion at #PFW

Unravel Project sets itself apart from conventionality and reconstructs its designs from the confection and union of different garments.

YSL’s “Fatal Femmes” at #PFW

We can only say one word that defines the collection of Anthony Vaccarello for Yves Sain Laurent in Paris, supreme.