Category Archives: Fashion


Girls Night

Balmain Spring Summer 2015 Campaign

Balmain spring-summer 2015 campaign featuring Adriana Lima, Joan Smalls, Rosie Huntington, Isabeli Fontana and Crista Cober shot by Mario Sorrenti

Freja Vogue UK January 2015

Freja on Vogue

For the fifth time!

… And we couldn’t be happier! Posing in a Gucci striped sweater and denim pants, Freja Beha Erichsen poses on the January 2015 cover of Vogue UK looking lovelier than the rest of us, as usual. Her fifth cover shot for the magazine, may be the best yet. The only question left to ask, who’s placing bets on a sixth?

Shot by Alasdair McLellan for Vogue UK January 2015

Freja Vogue UK January 2015


Shake It Off

The 1989 Aerobics Championship Edition

Have you ever seen anything this good? It’s a little too perfect, makes you wonder if some sort of time machine was involved.

“Shake It Off” Single by Taylor Swift from the album 1989. Video mashup by Thomas Jung.


The Art of Reed Krakoff S/S 2015

It’s all in the details.

This season saw Reed Krakoff opting for a presentation rather than a runway show. An uncommon decision, but one that made perfect sense the moment we saw what was done to the space on West 36th Street.

Against a backdrop of walls painted in blocks of Yves Klein-esque cobalt blue, Krakoff filled the space with a series of wall-mounted chairs that showcased variations of his latest handbag (the very stunning, top handled RK40) and monitors that displayed 360º images from his new lookbook. In a mirroring of the digital displays, the models wearing the Spring collection also rotated around the physical space every few minutes. The whole event felt more like a proper gallery exhibition than a collection presentation.

The most exceptional moments of Krakoff’s show, however, were in the details. From the minimalistic accessories to the models’ nail color matching the accent walls, every aspect of the presentation showed meticulous planning. As for the clothing, we’re absolutely obsessed with all of the honeycombing, especially as it manifested in the black macramé silk dress and the caramel jacquard skirt and pants. The t-shirt of woven chiffon with checkerboard panels is also definitely worth a mention. Most importantly, we have to call out Krakoff’s very luxe take on Spring’s ubiquitous sneaker trend. The pale gold leather platformed oxford trainer that was shown is already a favorite of ours (as you know, we do love gooooold). If we were the betting type, we’d predict that this one is going to become a street style favorite in the coming months.

If, as Théophile Gautier once wrote, “Art is beauty, the perpetual invention of detail, the choice of words, the exquisite care of execution,” then surely this is it.

Photographs compliments of Reed Krakoff and Rodin Banica for WWD.