Check out New Zealand brand Stolen Girlfriend Club's Winter 2013 look book "Dead End". Modeled by Codie Young and shot in NY, we're loving the patent pieces juxtaposed with the fluorescent colors and finished off with Nike's.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Spanish designer Davidelfin has been making a splash in the industry for a few seasons now. His source of inspiration is so varied, one season it can literally be inspired by paint swatches and next by his beloved dog, and the latter is exactly what inspired his A/W 13 collection. Delfin's white bull terrier of 15 years, Alicia, passed away last year and as an ode to the beloved family member he created an angelic all white collection. Slight hints to Alice in Wonderland were shown in a ace of hearts sweater, red embroidered roses and the pop of red sole from the Louboutins. The finale piece, the only all black look, was the perfect ending to the tribute.
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Monday, February 25, 2013
London fashion week always presents us with a few surprises and this year was no different. London has been known to produce designers that will go a step further in the quirky department creating designs that are slightly unusual but always inspiring. Take a look below at our favorite collections from the Fall 2013 collections.
J. W. Anderson
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Friday, February 22, 2013
Australia has been proving to be a fashion force to be taken very seriously in the past few years, with designers like Dion Lee and the girls at Di$count gaining mainstream and internet popularity respectively. Catalogue Magazine is one of the breakout stars of the Australian fashion scene. Its 3rd issue has one of our favorite spreads, with photographer Rene Vaile and stylist Elle Packham creating an inspiring shoot.
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Dion Lee was selected to represent Australia in the International Woolmark Awards, which selects top emerging designers from around the world to create a collection using Australian merino wool. Lee did not take the winning prize but created an awe inspiring collection of suiting that showed his impeccable talent of pattern making and constructing.
Posted by The Lab at 11:08 AM