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The Fashion Awards – formerly the British Fashion Awards – have announced its long list of nominees for this year. And no one is missing.
We are in the era where everything is just a click away. Both the real Gucci handbag for 1000€ and the identical replica for 90€… Why should we choose the original?
Crocs presents a footwear of null attractiveness but that has done sold out in its web and in Amazon they go way of it….. An upcoming hype?
The trend has been latent for months, now it is a mainstream. A new hype of the 90s and the neo-rave aesthetic that comes to stay.
The Chinese brand / collective OKOKOK has just presented its proposal for this summer and, as it could not be otherwise, arrives loaded with concept.
At the entrance leading to the SONAR HALL – an interior stage – the ASICSTIGER lights shone in the distance, inviting the senses to come and see what was happening.
Dr. Martens has teamed up with Peter Saville, who using 1460 as his canvas has applied the graphics of his most iconic New Order and Joy Division covers.
This SS18, Wasted Paris, takes us into the depths of the rave movement through the fluoride colors and cuts of the 90s.
Inspired by the World Cup to be held in Russia in the coming days, the German giant and the Russian designer present a range of pieces in homage to the event.
Inspired by his 1998 New York City taxi campaign, Helmut Lang has decided to expand the tribute project he started at the end of last year.
The spanish retailer 24 Kilates has teamed up with Oregon’s brand, Nike, to present a football jersey that pays tribute to our country: ARTE PURO.
Supreme y Levi’s continúan su idilio creativo con la presentación de su colección SS18.
At a time when the sportswear aesthetic seems devalued or lacking in concept, Casablanca arrives and raises it up again by connecting it with reality and high-fashion.
The Dellafuente F.C. soccer team, sponsored by Nike and LATIGO is back with the presentation of its new equipment.
We already have a preview of Riccardo Tisci’s new work as Burberry’s creative director.
The Canadian retailer, SSENSE, has just teamed up with the Korean eyewear firm, Gentle Monster, to create the “Vector” model.
adidas Originals and Alexander Wang return with the second drop of their SS18 collection.
The Los Angeles-based brand, lover of DIY and bold graphics, is back with its proposal for this SS18 season.
Rihanna doesn’t stop, to the line of Fenty x Puma and her line of makeup Fenty Beauty, the artist from Barbados now adds her project of underwear Savage x Fenty.
Nike’s most avant-garde line – ACG – joins the trend and seeks inspiration in the aesthetics of the 90s.
The Korean brand UFU (Used Future) brings us another dose of streetwear that combines the concerns of youth with a strong and big concept aesthetic.