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Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

A political message, impressed on a video: “free Assange”, a paradigm, the freedom, being the leitmotiv of thought and work by the legendary British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, joins to the gender fluidity, categorical imperative which has successfully developed in the Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2017 collection, recently presented during the Milan Fashion Week. Fluid lines caressing the silhouette draw together and confuse the man with the woman. Jersey dresses and colored sweaters talk about comfort, freedom and consciousness. The outfits are tight as well as comfortable, as the coverall, large, long skirts embody light colored floral prints. The palette of colors include natural nuances along green, blue, light blue, pink and white. Stripes, transparencies, meshes and flowers are some of the patterns featuring in this fun collection.

VIVIENNE WESTWOOD MAN: LIBERTÀ & FLUIDITÀ DEL GENDER

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Un messaggio politico, impresso in un video, “free Assange”, un paradigma, la libertà, leitmotiv del pensiero e dell’ opera della leggendaria fashion designer inglese Vivienne Westwood, si unisce alla fluidità del gender, imperativo categorico che è stato felicemente consolidato nella collezione Vivienne Westwood Man primavera/estate 2017, recentemente presentata in occasione della fashion week milanese. Linee fluide che carezzano la silhouette avvicinano e confondono l’ uomo con la donna. Abiti di jersey e maglie colorate parlano di  comfort, libertà e consapevolezza. Gli outfits sono aderenti e anche comodi come la tuta, larghe gonne lunghe che racchiudono colori tenui e stampe colorate. La palette di colori include tonalità naturali unitamente a verde, blu, celeste, rosa e bianco. Righe, trasparenze, reti e fiori sono alcuni dei motivi protagonisti di questa divertente collezione.

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2017, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

Vivienne Westwood along with the models at the backstage of fashion show, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood along with the models at the backstage of fashion show, photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

 

 

www.viviennewestwood.com

 

Marco Santaniello along with a work he made, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Marco Santaniello along with a work he made, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Marco Santaniello, young, new-pop artist, showcased during the design week at the Milan Belstaff House, placed in Via della Spiga 19, a series of works featuring fun, urban landscapes. That results from a successful collaboration between Marco and the brand of casual-chic menswear including also by an iconic Belstaff jacket, which has personalized in the back by the artist.

SALONE DEL MOBILE DI MILANO: ARTE & MODA, LA COLLABORAZIONE TRA MARCO SANTANIELLO & BELSTAFF VISTA DA JASMIN SCHROEDER

Marco Santaniello, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Marco Santaniello, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Marco Santaniello, giovane artista neo-pop, ha presentato in occasione della settimana del design presso la Milan Belstaff House di Milano, sita in Via della Spiga 19, una serie di opere di cui sono protagonisti divertenti scenari urbani. Questo è il risultato di una felice collaborazione tra Marco e il brand di abbigliamento da uomo casual-chic, comprensiva anche una giacca iconica di Belstaff, che è stata personalizzata nella parte posteriore dall’ artista.

A work by Marco Santaniello at the Belstaff House, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

A work by Marco Santaniello at the Belstaff House, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

 

Belstaff House, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Belstaff House, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

 

www.belstaff.com

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

Off Hollywood Boulevard” is the editorial made by the brilliant photographer – and art-dealer of the Hollywood fetish art gallery AntebellumRick Castro which depicts  the lyricism of urban landscapes. A street, Wilcox Avenue, which is off Hollywood Boulevard, is the set of an intense tale joining refinement, incisiveness and lightness featuring charming metropolitan predators( the models Ricardo Carranza, Moses Bernasconi, Brendan Lucas, Guy Perry and Blanket), who wear the awesome creations by the celebrated fashion designer Rick Owens.

“OFF HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD”: L’ INCISIVITÀ E IL LIRISMO DEGLI SCENARI URBANI DI RICK CASTRO

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

Off Hollywood Boulevard” è l’ editoriale realizzato dal brillante fotografo – e gallerista della galleria d’ arte fetish di Hollywood AntebellumRick Castro che dipinge il lirismo degli scenari urbani. Una strada, Wilcox Avenue, appena fuori da Hollywood Boulevard, è l’ ambientazione di un intenso racconto che unisce raffinatezza, incisività e leggerezza di cui sono protagonisti affascinanti predatori metropolitani (i modelli Ricardo Carranza, Moses Bernasconi, Brendan Lucas, Guy Perry e Blanket) che indossano le splendide creazioni del celebre fashion designer Rick Owens.

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

Rick Castro

Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

photo by Rick Castro

http://antebellumgallery.blogspot.it

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Nuclear Psychoedelia” is the Spring/Summer 2016 collection by the Swedish brand Cheap Monday, recently presented during the Stockholm Fashion Week, inspired by a nuclear explosion dyed with hippie suggestions, featuring lysergic patterns and acid shades of green and yellow that meet the minimalism of black, white and grey. Slogans as “Bright future”, “Mood” and “Blast” are printed on shirts, jackets and trousers express the young and positive attitude in a toxic and radioactive planet and join to memories of naïve astronomy and avant-garde visions of fashion. Dramatically shabby garments are made by using of over-dyed technique and are enriched by hand-made details. New cuts and silhouettes are the core of collection, including asymmetric shapes for women and long, squared constructions having flaked shoulders for men and as always the denim jeans has the primacy, as the ones made by using the ice-washing that reinterpret the moon surface, giving rise to genuine passé-partout under the sign of a casual chic elegance.

“NUCLEAR PSYCHOEDELIA”: LE SUGGESTIONI HIPPIE E L’ ELEGANZA CASUAL CHIC DI CHEAP MONDAY

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Nuclear Psychoedelia” è la collezione primavera-estate 2016 del brand svedese Cheap Monday, recentemente presentata in occasione della Stockholm Fashion Week, che si ispira a un’ esplosione nucleare, colorata da suggestioni hippie di cui sono protagonisti motivi lisergici e nuances acide di verde e giallo che incontrano il minimalismo del nero, bianco e grigio. Slogan quali “Bright future”, “Mood” e “Blast” sono stampati su camicie, giacche e pantaloni esprimono l’ atteggiamento giovane e positivo in un pianeta tossico e radioattivo e si uniscono a evocazioni naïf dell’ astronomia e avveniristiche visioni della moda. Capi esageratamente consumati sono realizzati avvalendosi della tecnica over-dyed e sono arricchiti da dettagli fatti a mano. Nuovi tagli e silhouette sono il nucleo della collezione che include forme asimmetriche per la donna e costruzioni allungate, squadrate dalle spalle sfalsate per l’ uomo e, come sempre, il denim ha la primazia, come quello realizzato con l’ ice-washing che reinterpreta la superficie lunare, dando vita ad autentici passé-partout all’ insegna di un’ eleganza casual chic.

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

Cheap Monday Spring/Summer 2016

 

 

www.cheapmonday.com

Surreal landscapes that pay homage to Dadaism feature in”DADAmatix“, the Spring/Summer 2016 menswear and womenswear collection by the German fashion designer Tom Rebl, presented during the Paris Fashion Week. A double event under the sign of art and which joined the preview of fashion film “The spirit of our times”, featuring eclectic and iconic personas from the art, fashion and music scene ( as Pino Pipoli, Cori Amenta, Benedetta Barzini, Andy, Arturo Brachetti, Xena Zupanic) to the presentation of the collection, enriched by the performance of talented French actor Franky O’ Right. It was a smashing showcase. many suggestions embodying a cosmopolitan attitude and the tradition of made in Italy, reminding the style lesson of Klaus Nomi, emphasized by unusual volumes and lame clothes in the womenswear. The same geometric patterns are embodied in the menswear, where the sign of fashion designer becomes more incisive and minimal, as it is evidenced by the lines of constructions he made. Beautiful are the accessories, produced by Antonio Urzì for Tom Rebl, including also a marvelous eyewear collection.

DADAMATIX: ARTE, MODA & VISIONI DI TOM REBL

Scenari surreali che rendono omaggio al dadaismo sono i protagonisti di “DADAmatix“, la  collezione uomo e donna primavera/estate 2016 del fashion designer tedesco Tom Rebl, presentata in occasione della Paris Fashion Week. Un doppio evento all’ insegna di arte e moda ha unito l’ anteprima del fashion film “The spirit of our times”, di cui sono protagonisti eclettici e iconici personaggi degli ambienti dell’ arte, della moda e della musica (quali Pino Pipoli, Cori Amenta, Benedetta Barzini, Andy, Arturo Brachetti, Xena Zupanic) alla presentazione della collezione, che è stata arricchita dalla performance del talentuoso attore francese Franky O’ Right. Una formidabile rassegna, plurime suggestioni che racchiudono un’ attitudine metropolitana e la tradizione del made in Italy, ricordano la lezione di stile di Klaus Nomi, enfatizzata da insoliti volumi e tessuti laminati nella collezione donna. I medesimi motivi geometrici sono racchiusi nella collezione uomo, in cui il segno dello stilista diventa più incisivo e minimale, come si evince dalle linee delle sue costruzioni. Belli gli accessori, prodotti da Antonio Urzì per Tom Rebl, che comprendono anche una meravigliosa collezione di occhiali.

Arturo Brachetti, still image from the fashion film

Arturo Brachetti, still image from the fashion film “Spirit of our times”

Benedetta Barzini, still image from the fashion film

Benedetta Barzini, still image from the fashion film “Spirit of our times”

Pino Pipoli,  still image from the fashion film

Pino Pipoli, still image from the fashion film “Spirit of our times”

Xena Zupanic, still image from  the fashion film

Xena Zupanic, still image from the fashion film “Spirit of our times”

Andy,  still image from the fashion film

Andy, still image from the fashion film “Spirit of our times”

Cori Amenta, still image from the fashion film "Spirit of our times"

Cori Amenta, still image from the fashion film “Spirit of our times”

Tom Rebl

Tom Rebl

www.tomrebl.com

Angelo Cruciani

Angelo Cruciani

It will be opened on 1st July 2015 in Milan at the MAEC, the Milan Art and Events Center Milan Shangai, “Lovvism”, the exhibition running through 31st July 2015, featuring the works made by the bright fashion designer and visual artist Angelo Cruciani. Thirty-five are the works he made some of them(6) are created by teaming with Manuel Scrima that talk about that precious feeling which is love. That is the further step of a project under the sign of love he recently launched during the latest edition of Pitti tradeshow event, “Love’s nation”, a capsule collection which joyfully and lightly reinterprets the iconography of flags, depicts love as remedy against war and imagines the nations loving each other instead of fighting one against the other. Here it will be also showcased some items coming for ”Army of love”, the menswear Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection he made. A successful happening to enjoy the energy of a creative who experiments new languages and ways celebrating lightness, consciousness and light.

“LOVVISM”: ARTE & MODA SOTTO IL SEGNO DI ANGELO CRUCIANI

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Sarà inaugurata l’ 1 luglio 2015 a Milano at the MAEC, il Milan Art and Events Center Milan Shangai, “Lovvism”, la mostra che proseguirà fino al 31 luglio 2015, di cui sono protagoniste le opere realizzate dal brillante e artista Angelo Cruciani. Trentacinque sono le sue opere, alcune delle quali (6) sono state create in collaborazione Manuel Scrima che parlano di quel prezioso sentimento che è l’ amore. Ciò è rappresenta il passo successivo di un progetto all’ insegna dell’ amore da lui presentato in occasione dell’ ultima edizione dell’ evento fieristico Pitti, “Love’s nation”, una capsule collection che reinterpreta con gioia e levità, dipinge l’ amore quale rimedio contro la guerra e immagina le nazioni che si amano l’ una con l’ altra invece che combattere l’una contro l’ altra. Ivi saranno anche esposti alcuni capi provenienti da ”Army of love”, la sua collezione uomo autunno/inverno 2015-2016. Un felice evento per scoprire e apprezzare l’ energia di un creativo che sperimenta nuovi linguaggi e nuove vie che celebrano la leggerezza, la consapevolezza e la luce.

Angelo Cruciani

Angelo Cruciani

 

Angelo Cruciani

Angelo Cruciani

 

 Santo Graal by Angelo Cruciani & Manuel Scrima,

Santo Graal by Angelo Cruciani & Manuel Scrima,

 

www.angelocruciani.com

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Minimalism and a casual-chic male elegance under the sign of comfort features in the Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016 collection, designed by Andreas Melbostad, which has presented during the Milan Fashion Week. The palette of colors is basic and includes black, white, grey, blue and a glare of silver, lines are clean, tight and oversize. Blazers are slim-fit and comfortable leather jackets are enriched by pockets on the back, successfully make concrete the paradigm of multi-functionality, emphasized by the accessories, bags that refine the catchy creations (made of. denim, cotton, leather and technical cloths).

IL MINIMALISMO CASUAL-CHIC DI DIESEL BLACK GOLD

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Il minimalismo e un’ eleganza maschile casual chic all’ insegna è  protagonista della collezione primavera/estate 2016 di Diesel Black Gold Man, disegnata da Andreas Melbostad, che è stata presentata durante la Milan Fashion Week. La palette di colori é basica e include nero, bianco, grigio, blu e un bagliore di argento, le linee sono pulite, aderenti e oversize. I blazer hanno una vestibilità slim e le confortevoli giacche di pelle sono arricchite da tasche posizionate dietro che felicemente concretizzano il paradigma della multifunzionalità, enfatizzato dagli accessori, le borse, che rifiniscono le accattivanti creazioni (realizzate in denim, cotone, pelle e tessuti tecnici).

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

Diesel Black Gold Man Spring/Summer 2016, photo courtesy of Niran Avisar

 

www.diesel.com

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

A glocal (word joining the terms “global” and “local”, standards of different ways to live, make and be) attitude features in the menswear Spring/Summer 2016 collection of bright fashion designer Stella Jean, which has recently presented during the Milan Fashion Week. It’s a celebration of opposing elements where urban meets the local. The volumes are metropolitan, some of them depict suggestions from the Sixties, colors and many patterns evoke equator landscapes, emphasized by the strip prints, a leitmotiv of collection, of cloths made by artisans from Burkina Fasu, giving rise to a fun and fresh portrait of male elegance.

I SEGNI GLOCAL DELL’ ELEGANZA MASCHILE DI STELLA JEAN

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Un’ attitudine glocal (lemma che unisce i termini “globale” e “locale”, standard di diversi modi di vivere, fare ed essere) è la protagonista della collezione uomo primavera/estate 2016 della brillante fashion designer Stella Jean, che è stata recentemente presentata in occasione della Milan Fashion Week. Una celebrazione di elementi opposti in cui in cui l’ urbano incontra il locale. I volumi sono metropolitani, alcuni dei quali dipingono suggestioni anni Sessanta, i colori e svariati patterns evocano paessaggi dell’ Equatore, enfatizzati da stampe a strisce, un leitmotiv della collezione, di stoffe realizzate da artigiani del Burkina Fasu, dando vita a un divertente e fresco ritratto dell’ eleganza maschile.

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Max Montingelli

 

The models at the backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by Max Montingelli

The models at the backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by Max Montingelli

 

The models at the backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by Max Montingelli

The models at the backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by Max Montingelli

 

Stella Jean along with the models at the backstage of fashion show,  photo by Max Montingelli

Stella Jean along with the models at the backstage of fashion show, photo by Max Montingelli

 

www.stellajean.it

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Politicians are criminals”, a campaign turned into slogans features in the Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016 collection which has recently presented in Milan during the Milan Fashion Week. This is the categorical imperative of the legendary British fashion designer and activist – who focused her social commitment on freedom and protection of environment, more specifically the climate change – “to keep saying it” – as she says – “until it becomes automatic”. The queen of punk thinks “these criminals cause climate change, this means mass extinction of the life forms of our planet”. The strength of this message, launched in order to build the awareness of a concrete danger, becomes fashion. It’s an unusual tale where the male elegance dyes with English eccentricity and meets a hot Mediterranean sun. The lines are fluid, constructions reinterpret the celebrated Westwood’s sign, made of assertiveness and irony. Light fabrics, natural textures and prints, including the ones featuring the roulette, appearing on the t-shirts and representing the campaign she launched along with other ones that are influenced by British interiors, over-printed tartan, floral patterns and tiger stripes. It’s a complex universe enriched by a fun unisex knitwear and colored accessories successfully embodying a vibrant aesthetics and a healthy ethic.

MODA & ATTIVISMO: “POLITICIANS ARE CRIMINALS”, LA CAMPAGNA PROTAGONISTA DELLA COLLEZIONE UOMO DI VIVIENNE WESTWOOD

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Politicians are criminals”(che equivale a “I politici sono criminali”) è una campagna che si trasforma in slogan protagonista della collezione uomo primavera/estate 2016 di Westwood Man, recentemente presentata a Milano in occasione della Milan Fashion Week. Questo, l’ imperativo categorico della leggendaria fashion designer inglese e attivista – che ha rivolto il suo impegno sociale alla libertà e alla protezione dell’ ambiente, più specificamente al cambiamento climatico – “continuare a dirlo” – come sostiene – “finché non diviene automatico”: La regina del punk ritiene che “questi criminali siano la causa del cambiamento climatico, ciò implica l’ estinzione totale di ogni forma di vita esistente nel nostro pianeta”. La forza di questo messaggio, lanciato al fine di costruire la consapevolezza di un pericolo concreto, diventa moda. È un racconto insolito in cui l’eleganza maschile si tinge di eccentricità inglese e incontra il calore del sole del Mediterraneo. Le linee sono fluide, le costruzioni reinterpretano il celebre segno della Westwood, fatto di assertività e ironia. Materiali leggeri, textures naturali e stampe che comprendono le ruote della roulette che appaiono su t-shirt e rappresentano la campagna da lei portata avanti, unitamente ad altre che sono influenzate dagli interni inglesi, tartan ultra-stampato, motivi floreali e tigrati. Un universo composito che é arricchito da una divertente maglieria unisex e colorati accessori che racchiudono felicemente una vibrante estetica e una salubre etica.

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

Vivienne Westwood Man Spring/Summer 2016

 

 

www.viviennewestwood.com

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015, photo by  Hiroshi Iwasaki

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015, ongoing item, photo by Hiroshi Iwasaki

Pleats as well as the experimentation of shapes and volumes by using of unusual cloths, innovative manufacture is a clear sign impressed in the work of legendary Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake. Suggestions coming from the realm of design become fashion, feature in the elegance’ s ritual of modern man and join to comfort and refinement. That is “Homme Plissè”, the new brand by the fashion designer which is based on three concepts: the pleats, product and present. The pleating process gives a comfortable elasticity to the product which arises from an engineering and design work and gives rise to creations for the contemporary man, genuine passé-partout.

HOMME PLISSÉ, L’ ELEGANZA MASCHILE CONTEMPORANEA DI ISSEY MIYAKE

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015, photo by  Hiroshi Iwasaki

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015, photo by Hiroshi Iwasaki

I plissé come anche la sperimentazione di forme e volumi mediante l’ uso di tessuti insoliti, tecnologici, una manifattura innovativa è un segno impresso nell’ opera del leggendario fashion designer giapponese Issey Miyake. Suggestioni provenienti dal design diventano moda, protagoniste del rituale di eleganza dell’ uomo moderno e si uniscono a confort e raffinatezza. Questo è “Homme Plissè”, il nuovo marchio del fashion designer che si basa su  tre concetti: i plissé, il prodotto e il presente. Il processo di plissettatura dona una confortevole elasticità al prodotto che nasce da un’ opera di ingegneria e design e dà vita a creazioni per l’ uomo contemporaneo, autentici passé-partout.

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015, photo by  Hiroshi Iwasaki

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015, photo by Hiroshi Iwasaki

 

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

 

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

 

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

Homme Plissé by Issey Miyake Fall/Winter 2015

 

 

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