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We talk W/ Melania Freire winner of Mercedes Benz Fashion Talent 2019

Melania Freire stood out for creating a collection inspired by the vivid colours and shapes of the painter David Hockney.

Juergen Teller photographs the collection of Vivienne Westwood SS19

With the most beautiful Paris as a background, Juergen Teller photographs Vivienne Westwood SS19’s collection, portraying a campaign that bears the hallmark of the British firm.

Comme Des Garçons AW19 | “Finding beauty in the dark”

The designer and founder of Comme Des Garçons, Rei Kawakubo, established an artistic map of deconstructed forms based on the ugliness.

JW Anderson FW19 > Retro-modernism with a political message

J.W. Anderson bet for a disruptive spirit in which he showed us a collection that showed us the convulsive political moment that Great Britain is living.

Prada FW19 > Futurism and scify

As usual Miuccia Prada did not disappoint and with this collection continues to rise in the ranking to surely position itself as number one in a few seasons.

What can we expect from fashion weeks…

The fashion weeks that are being developed will be characterized by having suffered a temporary lapse with respect to last winter; it is not expected that something very big and groundbreaking.

Luxury brands new logos: Mistake or success?

The (unstoppable) fever to remodel the logos of big brands has seen its last change in Balmain. The standards followed are all the same: lettering without serifs or ornaments, and in bold.

Samsung China reevaluates its collaboration with Supreme

On this occasion, the audacity of Supreme’s unofficial trademark is to make a future collaboration with Samsung China. 

Former Balenciaga and McQueen, Christine Nielsen launches her own collection

The Danish designer Christine Nielsen is one of those who, after having worked with the greatest, embarks on the risky adventure of creating a brand of their own.

Freddie Mercury: “I’m not gonna be a star, I’m gonna be a legend”

With the premiere of Bohemian Rhapsody, we review the aesthetics of Queen’s King: Freddie Mercury.

Fashion Week >>> SS19: Recap

We have summarized some of the most remarkable details of the last five weeks of fashion week SS19.

Now they have the power: Yoon Ambush, Martine Rose and Sarah Andelman x NIKE

Following its addition to current social and cultural causes such as racism and gender visibility, Nike has announced a collaboration with women in the world of fashion design.

Moschino SS19 | Sketches of fast-fashion and haute couture from 80’s

Jeremy Scott proposes a Moschino SS19 in which the irony of fast-fashion coexists with the aesthetics of 80’s haute couture.

Victoria Beckham | SS19 > Sobriety and masculinity

Victoria Beckham celebrates its 10th anniversary with a collection of continuity, sobriety and masculine style.

Marc Jacobs SS19 | Fantasy made real

Marc Jacobs SS19 opted for all kinds of references: from an eighties Yves Saint Laurent, to the New York scene of the fifties.

Sies Marjan SS19: a tribute to his roots

Sies Marjan went for painted leather, washed cotton and plastic that imitate crocodile in a parade that above all, claimed the real people.

What to expect from the upcoming fashion weeks

Each city will fascinate us with its particular charm. These are some brief glimpses of what we can foresee in the fashion weeks of: NYFW, London, Milan and Paris.

Tennis dress code revolutionizes and connects with fashion

The aesthetics of tennis is undergoing a revolution that is leaving aside the courts to fully enter the world of fashion and consolidate a new trend.

Juicy Couture ironizes about sponsored content on social networks

The daily injection of advertising impacts that we receive at Instagram and of which we are not aware are the protagonists of the latest Juicy Couture campaign.

The New York post dawns with a Supreme logo and people goes crazy

Supreme continues to expand its legend and takes over the cover of the NY post.

Is Supreme Spain’s new store legal?

The world of imitations and fake reproductions of iconic brands has surprised us with the appearance of a new fake store that has borrowed the identity of the Supreme brand and even its name: Supreme Spain.