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Why some star designers refuse to have their own label?

Some world-renowned designers have decided to keep working for a particular brand instead of launching their own. We’ll tell you why.

Understanding the Lo Life movement | Love & Loyalty

In the bronx of the 80’s the brand Polo Ralph Lauren reached ecstasy. Thus a new religion was born that connected hip hop with fashion, venerated by the freshest ghetto.

Kim Jones: “Streetwear is over”

Recently in an interview Mr. Kim Jones – creative director of Dior – has declared that the streetwear is over.

Supreme’s secret

How has Supreme, that until a few years ago was only known by a community of New York skaters, achieved selling a brick with the brand’s logo for nine hundred euros?

Alexander McQueen, boom and collapse of a genius

It often happens with the great geniuses of wild art and unheard of creations that his personal life turns out to follow the same provocative and sparkling line as his works: McQueen was one of those geniuses.

Aaliyah Rosales | The internet’s muse

Aaliyah Rosales: always free, without labels, without gender and with an experimental personality that reinvents herself on the basis of folklore and the contemporary on the Internet.

Claudia Maté | The real net artist

Claudia Maté, the digital artist who takes net art to another dimension through render, 3D, sounds and GIFS. *floating mood*

Kith Park Fall ’18 | The best of Ronnie Fieg to date

Yesterday KITH presented its third collection as a “fashion brand”. Under the title KITH PARK we were able to see, perhaps, Ronnie Fieg’s best work to date.

Sita Abellan | The real Spanish “it girl”

Many say that his reputation is due to the video clip she made with Rihanna; however we are very clear that with video or without it Sita would have reached the same point.

Tie-Dye | The hypest trend of 2018

Beyond neon and beige as the colors that have dyed the fashion drops this 2018, the Tie-Dye has climbed the hype like never before.

Beyoncé stars on the September cover of Vogue and makes history

After many rumors it’s official, Beyoncé has been chosen to star in the highly acclaimed September issue of Vogue.

Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry surrenders to the monogram

Tisci’s hand at Burberry’s helm is already obvious. First, a new logo and monogram, all designed by the acclaimed Peter Saville.

Collaborations | The extraordinary as ordinary

Let’s recap. Of the latest fashion posts you read today, how many were about a collaboration between brands or designers?

Lil Miquela | The Virtual ‘Raxet’

Lil Miquela is the virtual it girl configured through photography and rendering, ‘raxet’ codes and updated software in a futuristic version.

Sarah Sitkin | Dressing art to undress

On many occasions we talk about fashion as an art form, but sometimes it is art in its most conventional sense that approaches the world of fashion: Sarah Sitkin.

Bureau Betak | The art of creating revolutionary fashion shows

All the most commented runways in recent years, in terms of scenography, have one thing in common: Bureau Betak.

Why don’t you like anymore what you bought yesterday?

For a few years now, the time between buying the clothes I wanted so much and sending them to the back of the wardrobe has been getting shorter and shorter.

All about the new Gosha Rubchinskiy

In the context of MBFW Tbilisi, Gosha made a speech in which he spoke -for the first time- about the new Rubckinskiy and the steps that will guide its present and future.

John Yuyi | The Temple of digital art

Artist John Yuyi explores the connection between the body and images; between the physical and the virtual. Now the skin is the screen or canvas on which she reflects the addiction to networks.

Mini Swoosh & Alch | The Nike addiction

Alexandra Hackett aka Mini Swoosh is the streetwear icon who focuses her creative universe on a conceptual tribute to Nike.

@gabbois | A digital treasure

@gabbois has found in Instagram a way to build its own art gallery. Gab is comfortable in the uncomfortable, the confusing and the introspective.