Tag: Maren H. Anscheidt

Maison Margiela Artisanal AW18 explores the millennial obsession

Maison Margiela, with Galiano at the helm, proposes an AW18 Couture in which she combines the layers with the exploration of the millennial obsession.

Jacquemus’ office is by the beach – “Le Gadjo” ss19

Once known as the rookie, and now on his come up faster than ever, Simon Porte Jacquemus finally dipped his toes in the menswear pool.

Doublet by Masayuki Ino

Doublet is a ‘gender-neutral daring streetwear’ that resists to hypes while retaining its essence directed by Masayuki Ino.

Comme Des Garçons x Nike Track

The Nike-CDG binomial surprises us again. Navigating through the ‘archives’ they have found the ‘Night Track’ line that they have decided to resurrect together.

We visited CJ Hendry’s “MONOCHROME” experience in NY

This past weekend CJ Hendry transformed a 22,000-square-foot Greenpoint warehouse into a 7 room rainbow house.

FENDI – FF Capsule

Fendi joins the logomania movement by announcing the launch of the `capsule collection’ that pays tribute to the classic FF monogram.

Feminism on the runway

At a time when clothing has moved to a secondary side and the concept is taking centre stage, many designers are failing in their attempt to capture the feminist movement.

“My warm winter” | JACQUEMUS A/W18

The A/W18 collection, took us into this somewhat dusty, spicy, calm yet energetic aura that Simon collected from the souks of Marrakesh.

“They’re a major corporation – Fast Fashions Latest Dupes

We’ve wrapped up NYFW, flown through LFW and are now halfway through MFW and… Zara already has half of those pieces being recreated and manufactured as we speak.

Alexander Wang AW18 – Business as usual

From the bar to the boardroom, Alexander Wang’s final AW18 show was held at the old Condé Nast office, where Wang began his career as an intern at Vogue.

Dior | Surrealist Haute Couture Spring ’18

Dior opts for a surrealist vision in its spring haute couture collection.

Midwest meets punk with Palm Angels | FW18

Ragazzi’s latest collection shown at a former lightbulb factory, could easily be described in three words, bold, rebellious and intimidating.

Alexander Wang hit us with yet another bold movement

Alexander Wang making bold moves so early on in the new year. His pre-fall/winter ’18 this season will be the last of his ragers in accordance with the CFDA’s NYFW schedule.