The glossy PVC is still going strong since last fall and winter season, and in particular cool in this editorial for French Vogue, featuring Anna Ewers and Mica Arganaraz. Alt couldn’t capture this fall better than with flared trousers, glossy crocodile mini dresses, knee-high boots, and graphic pieces. The editorial ‘Sauvage Innoncence’ is styled by Emmanuelle Alt for Vogue Paris August 2015 captured by Inez and Vinoodh.
Sophia Ahrens is on the hot list on models.com at the moment, and I couldn’t dis-agree. She started her career with a campaign feature in Prada for the Italian house’s fall and winter collection 2013 and the following it up with walking all of the top brands runways like Céline, Chanel and Givenchy. Here she is photographed by Christian MacDonald for Vogue Paris August 2015 in the editorial called ‘Comme un Garcon’ styled by Veronique Didry. And oh my, her hair is simply stunning.
“Modern Matter‘s perspective – its central thesis – is treating the very presentation of the arts as an art-form in and of itself. From an experimental approach to design, to non-linear values in the field of editorial content, Modern Matter is a unisex publication which aims to examine exactly what can be achieved in the field of printed matter: ultimately, its approach is to use the physical page in the same way that a curator or a gallerist might use a gallery space.” – From A Modern Matter Magazine.
Stripes is merely an obsession of mine, and lately I have been eyeing thicker ones. Jacquemus is one who has included the bolder line in his SS15 collection, which is available for almost half the price now… Dangerous. Anyway, got me thinking of this editorial with Anja Rubik in Self Service Magazine where she is styled by Suzanne Koller and captured by Walter Pfeiffer. Perfect stripes and absolutely love the dress. I would probably look like a prison guard in this one, but Anja pulls it off perfectly.
GOLDEN HAMMERED HOOP EARRINGS FROM CÉLINE.
Giant earrings, such as these from Céline, is unbelievably gorgeous and to pair it with turtlenecks, chunky knits or breezy fine knits, which almost make them more covetable. I want to go to Europe now, just to browse through all pre-fall collections. And maybe to shop, just maybe.
Iconic magazine i-D turns 35 years this season and the magazine celebrates with exclusive covers of Tyler Littlejohns, Damaris Goddrie, Anna Ewers, Karly Loyce, Jean Campbell, Natalie Westling, Grace Hartzel, Edie Campbell, Malgosia Bela, Greta Varlese, Stella Tennant, Adrienne Jüliger, Daria Werbowy, Rianne Van Rompaey and Kate Moss. In addition of these fifteen covers there is also 11 collector’s covers by top designers such as Alexander Wang for Balenciaga, Phoebe Philo, Karl Lagerfeld, Christopher Kane, Raf Simons for Dior, Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy, Jeremy Scott for Moschino, J.W. Anderson, Palace, Supreme and Vivienne Westwood.
“I’ve kept the things that mean a lot to me: a vintage Chanel coat and a Mainbocher coat I bought with Hamish when I was his assistant; a Commes des Garçons dress I bought when I first moved to New York and Grace Coddington took me shopping.”
“An awful lot of it comes down to asking one question: ‘What would a woman wear?’”