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Luar FW19

Raul López once again elevates fashion with Luar FW19

With its FW19 collection, Luar challenges the most conventional fashion with its tailoring. Its success and its defining character reside in disordered and daring designs.

The casual style of Helmut Lang #NYFW

At a time when the urban fashion sector is booming, Helmut Lang offers us a new office style for the Fall/Winter 2019 campaign.

IISE FW19 >>> Building the future of Korean fashion

Headed by brothers Kevin and Terrence Kim, IISE has developed a strong personal identity in the Korean fashion industry.

Sies Marjan >>> The most radical change in the NYFW

Dutch designer Sander Lak marks a before and after with the presentation of the new Sies Marjan collection at the NYFW.

Palm Angels FW19 >>> A new objective

A clear approach to a new Palm Angels that, like its “friendly brands”, is forced to redirect its positioning within an increasingly competitive industry – without losing an ounce of its essence.

No Sesso Los Angeles imposes its vision with “Trust no Trade” in #NYFW

The collection created by Pierre Davis and Arin Hayes is on everyone’s lips since it was presented in New York. No Sesso has come to make us reflect

Telfar Clemens FW19 >>> The break-up of the traditional catwalk

The designer Telfar Clemens has broken with the classic catwalk on the NYFW, transforming the exhibition of his collection FW19 into a simple element of the show.

Jeremy Scott and his social protest in #NYFW

When we talk about Jeremy Scott’s collections, extravagance and color is what comes to mind. But this time he wanted to be more restrained.

Palomo Spain sees the future in #NYFW

Palomo Spain has come to the world of fashion not only to stay but to open a new debate and a new path for everyone to follow.

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.

Versace Pre-Fall 2019, a sophisticated urban approach

For her pre-fall collection Donatella Versace researched, again, in the archives. A new urban and sophisticated approach with which the firm seeks to approach new consumers.

Fashion Week >>> SS19: Recap

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

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.

Luar Ready To Wear SS19 >>> Basics with infusion of medieval elements

LUAR presented its RTW SS19 collection, betting on “basic” clothes combined with a great infusion of medieval and renaissance clothing elements such as bodices.

Savage x Fenty | FW 18 > Celebrating Inclusiveness

Rihanna’s first presentation as a lingerie designer at Savage x Fenty focuses on inclusiveness and celebrating women.

Namilia SS19 >>> Exaggeration and religion

With a feminist background throughout the collection and a confusing dichotomy between religion and the sexy outfits convinced critics as well as consolidating her unique aesthetics and concept at NYFW.

Gypsy Sport | SS19 > Spiritual awakening in the NYFW

The imaginary of the Río Uribe always leads us to go beyond the limits of fashion, entering a world that is anarchic but full of sensitivity and concept.

Calvin Klein 205W39NYC SS19 | A more conceptual Americana

Raf Simons presented his SS19 collection for CK 205W39NYC. Again, the Americana inspiration as the protagonist but this time much more conceptual.

Telfar RTW SS09 | Inspiration from the 70s

Neither the rain could overshadow the new blow on the table of Telfar Clemens, that with a forceful collection left satisfied all the assistants.

Ralph Lauren | Fall ’18 Ready To Wear > *Lo-Life Alert

Ralph Lauren celebrates its 50th anniversary with an eclectic collection in which the archive shines above all else.

Jeremy Scott SS19 | Future Shock > A personal collection

Local designer Jeremy Scott has presented his SS19 in which vintage inspiration, neon colours, past graphics and crazy designs coexist with his most personal archive.