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We talk through the film ’10 minutes with Ana Sting’ with the artist to take us on an astral journey through her life, mind, inspiration and opinions.
LOVERBOY began in the London club scene as a form of self-expression that Charles Jeffrey ended up elevating to the catwalk. We do a throwback at the beginning of the night where it all started, following until the last chapter of SS20.
At the end of last year we already witnessed the rebirth of the babushka thanks to A$AP Rocky and his entourage of ‘babushka bois’ like Frank Ocean.
It is surprising to see how the womenswear scene advances and advocates body diversity and ending sexual objectification, while the menswear universe becomes an ode to the hypersexualised man.
Urban latin music has been rising like crazy in recent years to become the great musical trend with which to twerk to death or simply delight with their latin beats.
As usual in China it came three centuries earlier. The live-streaming bubble has continued to grow since its birth in 2013 to become the largest virtual commerce industry in the Asian state.
NAYVA is a gang of four Bratz 3.0 with fits inspired by the 90’s and 2000’s that represent a new generation of fashion and beauty youtubers. Faith, Esme, Jasmine and Angel joined forces to turn on the Internet and show you that the reality of the fashion system is an experimental game without limits.
In an ultra-digital era in which truth and reality are questioned every second, studies have been carried out that indicate that the Instagram bubble that generates fake influencers is about to burst. We analyze this first world’s issue.
The awakening of a new futuristic paradigm is already here with the social network New Life Ai, an update of Tumblr directed by net artist Vector Newman.
The adult players of Shoop Clothing present a collection SS20 so fire that introduces in the scene cowboy looks of the wild west and an elevated tailoring through a dreamlike filter.
Jonathan Anderson introduces us to an idyllic dream in which a group of teenagers escape from reality and head for a parallel universe in which everything flows spiritually.
Raf Simons shows a film centred on a radical summer camp, where the boy scouts talk in an extensive conversation about Trump’s anti-America.
Francesco Ragazzi opens the doors of his great vintage wardrobe in which to get lost among University garments, safari looks, tie-dye, Hawaiian shirts and much more. Palm Angels…
In a futuristic scenario of holograms rendered in 3D, Marcelo Burlon presented his menswear SS2020 collection: a new urban paradigm in which technofolk merges with underground cycling.
The collection, called ‘Material Study for social architecture’, builds a relationship between four essential compounds: clay, lead, water and glass.
Sonya Sombreuil is the visual artist who made COME TEES come true: a new streetwear paradigm that houses unique silkscreened, deconstructed and painted pieces from her L.A. studio.
Givenchy takes us to a high-fashion trip through prints, vibrant colors, tailoring and motorcycling pieces in their new lookbook for the SS2020 Pre-Collection.
PLEASURES drops the lookbook of its spring-summer 2019 collection titled ‘The End has NO END’: an punk imaginary with vibrant colours and prints to immerse you in L.A.’s…
Alexander Wang x Adidas presents a new futuristic delivery. In his season 5 they takes us to a neo ballet court inspired in the 80s.
Places+Faces launches a new SS19 capsule collection that focuses on 00′ rave culture through reflective motifs and fabrics that update the brand’s heritage.