You must of have heard about the Barbie Lagerfeld doll inspired by Karl Lagerfeld. If you would like to get this amazing doll for your child of as collectors item you must move fast. The Doll will go on sale on September 29th, and of course will be launched at the Paris Fashion Week! There are only 999 limited-edition models, for the price of $200 a piece, and are in selected Karl Lagerfeld boutiques available or at Colette in Paris, Net-a-Porter and The Barbie Collection.
This fantastic student of ArtEz made the audience curious by placing gray-colored blocks (looking like stones) on the runway. Not much later, her models calmly choose their position and kept looked in the audience. Stephanie Baechler used materials as stone, oresa and gems to inspire her in making her collection. Studing geometry and various natural substances, she eventually choose rough woolen fabric lead and turned out to be amazing!
A wearable and colorful collection that consists of many trousers and silk blouses. By making her collection Wijnhoud looked at the relationship between individual identity and society. What role does fashion have in the interaction with society and in which way do people choose their fashion identity..
you got to love designers that make a statement and show their true identity. That is what Liselore Frowijn did with her extreem colorful collection of patterns, colors, and materials. Not one piece of fabric is left as it was, the paint dots, squares, diamonds and texts are even drawn in tights.
Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro was inspirered by Ophelia, an 1851 painting of a red-haired Victorian maiden dead in a babbling stream, by John Everett Millais. When he first met the painting he was only 13 years old and made a big impression on him! “I remember falling for her pink cheeks and hollow gaze,” recalls Mihara.
Ophelia served as the inspiration for Yasuhiro’s SS12 collection. Together with photographer Paolo Roversi, he made an ethereal film, called Ophelia Has a Dream, which confronts Life and Death. In the film Ophelia wears a Mihara’s kimono en is surrounded by butterflies and flowers.
On Friday, December 7 2012, Ophelia Has a Dream will be shown at Tate Britain’s ongoing series Late at Tate. Also the real Ophelia by Millais will be shown.
Love her work!! The young Denmark’s designer Anna-Sofie Madsen made this S/S 2013 collection. In collaboration with photographer Jens Langkjaer she had the ability to extend her collection, here for it appears the pieces never left her control.
Artist and designer, Aurelian Junner, made these fantastic art with magazines, they are not only beautiful, he also had a very good reason why he transformers these magazines. He reflects on the function of fashion magazine as a medium of dissemination of “mass culture” images and its relation to reality. He thinks totally different, his method is “juxtaposition intervention”, questioning the status of the fictional world and idealization created for the magazine, and its relationship to the real world where the image is built.