Renowned French boutique colette teams up with Parisian brand Brooklyn We Go Hard to produce this limited edition tee. Colorful graphics reminiscent of Spike Lee’s 1989 classic film Do the Right Thing. Limited to just 60 units, the colette x BWGH tee is set to release today at colette.
Joseph Altuzarra is the latest designer to be added to the list of those who dress the New York City Ballet. Fashion and ballet is no new collaboration. Throughout the years, we have seen designers such as Rodarte, Valentino, and Nanette Lepore create costumes for the New York City Ballet.
The unique moccasin hybrid features a blue suede upper with a white distressed fabric fringe running around the ankle collar. The fabric fringe features the painted “+” motif seen in some of visvim’s other offerings for the season and is attached to the shoe with blue suede ties.
Headed by Felipe Oliveira Baptista, the jury has awarded the Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision to the Finnish designer Satu Maaranen for her women’s collection “Garment in Landscape”, inspired by an eclectic mix of Land Art, military prints and 1960s haute couture.
Tothem is an Italian menswear brand founded in Milan in June of 2012. The brand transfer photographic compositions through modern digital printing techniques on textiles. The colorful yet muted styles of the brand’s Fall/Winter 2013 Collection, feature patterns and shapes printed on high-quality Italian manufactured fabrics.
AMI presents a T-shirt collection to pay homage to the warmer months. Employing artwork courtesy of Jeremy Schneider, the 2013 spring/summer T-shirt collection features realistic bird designs adorning the bodies and subtle bird prints concealed in the brand’s logo in another design.
For the Mrs Carter show world tour, Beyoncé asked italian designer to created her glamorous stage shoes. Known the world over for her spectacular concerts featuring light shows, yesterday’s Bercy show was stunning. A professional perfectionist down to the finest detail, the American singer chose Giuseppe Zanotti to create her stage shoes. Giuseppe Zanotti produced blue suede heels with gold designs, thigh-high leather boots, lace-up colored leather embroidered boots, taupe heels and a particularly impressive pair of Swarovski encrusted thigh-high boots. The shoes complimenting her stages costumes designed by Emilio Pucci, Kenzo and Dsquared2.
This is the newest collaboration us Lambert Girls at the New York office are really excited about. This amazing collection will be composed of two of Clergerie’s classic shoe styles and will be covered in Gray’s crazy patterns. Who would have thought opposites would attract so well? We did not, but we sure are happy they did.
James Franco’s latest creative endeavor has seen him produce and debut a new film at the Tribeca Film Festival, a documentary that focuses on Gucci’s Creative Director, Frida Giannini. Since 2007, Franco and Giannini have a close relationship when the actor became involved with Gucci by Gucci as the face of its global campaigns. Directed by Christina Voros, The Director spans 18 months behind the Gucci walls.
The most glamorous festival in London returns for 2013 on the 27 and 28 April. The second Vogue Festival will once again bring together the fashion industry’s leading figures and creative talents.
Kering will buy a majority stake in Italy’s Pomellato from closely held RA.MO SpA to expand its jewelry offerings. “We have great ambitions for the Pomellato group,” Kering CEO Francois-Henri Pinault said in the statement. The company “will be able to step up the pace of its growth and expand its geographic footprint.”
Charlotte Olympia is collaborating with the one and only Tom Binns to launch a limited edition capsule shoe and bag collection. This capsule collection is set to launch with the opening of a new exhibit at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. The new exhibit we have all been waiting for is entitled “Punk: Chaos to Couture.” As you can see in the pictures below, this collection mimics the exhibits theme.
Gucci luxury goods maker says it has agreed to buy Richard Ginori, the historic porcelain maker, for 13 million euros ($16.8 million) and plans to relaunch the brand.
The plan presented to reporters on Tuesday calls for restructuring the brand financially, then developing tableware for the luxury market.
Gucci said in a release that Richard Ginori will produce mostly for its own label, but that the two Florentine brands will also rekindle an old partnership to manufacture luxury tableware carrying the Gucci brand.
Under the deal, Gucci has agreed to take on 230 of the 300 Ginori workers employed at a plant in Sesto Fiorentino and has pledged investments to improve efficiency. The deal is expected to be finalized next month.
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300 outfits based upon the theme The Journey have been showcased by the students of Accademia Italiana on April 20th at the Teatro Obihall in Florence .
On the runway the proposals by the emerging talents trained in the lecture rooms of Accademia Italiana, recently authorized by Miur (the Italian Ministry for Universities and Reserach) to issue the 1st level title corresponding to the Italian University degree.