daphne groeneveld

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Black and white patterns take over

From harlequin prints and graphic checks to bold retro stripes: there's no question that black and white patterns are one of spring's biggest obsessions. Go basic, nineties or mod, just as long as you keep it black, white, and chic all over. Read on for the full report.

And God created Daphne Groeneveld: weekend watch

Dior aren’t too shabby at creating perfume advertisements. In fact you’ll note they made our list of fragrance ads that worked, but didn’t hit the top of the most controversial perfume ads list. You might add this commercial to their list of successes: cute, fun, and tapping into an era fashion has momentarily had its sights set on, namely the 1950s. It doesn’t take too…

DSquared2’s classroom rebels

If you loved the way DSquared2’s fall 2012 collection brought out your inner ’50s rockabilly rebel, then you’ll love the collection’s accompanying campaign. The vintage-hued images, shot by Mert & Marcus, take the mix of leather jackets, cat eye glasses, skinny denim and kitschy-but-cute feminine details to a classroom setting.

No drag Queens for i-D

How do you dedicate an entire issue of a magazine to Royalty, in a world where Monarchs are a dying breed? Thus far from what we’ve seen of i-D magazine’s Royalty Issue, including this shoot of Daphne Groeneveld, the magazine is stroking the creative brush across our imagined ideas of what royalty is and can be, rather than the present realities. Since fashion and culture…

For Queen and country: Daphne Groeneveld

If the styling of this shoot starring Daphne Groeneveld seems a little eclectic – fantastical, even – then you need to view it in conjunction with both the shoot’s title at the issue’s theme. Curtsy while you’re thinking, it saves time paraphrases advice the Red Queen gives to Alice amidst other helpful nonsense dispensed in the Garden of Live Flowers. The issue of i-D is…

Backstage beauty: Derek Lam’s naughty schoolgirls

Backstage at Derek Lam hair is being teased into a deliberate chaos of messy strands, turned into a bouffant shape and then knotted at the base of the neck into what feels like a lived-in style. The fringe is pinned to the side with a girlishness that belies the roughness of the rest. Derek Lam’s fall 2012 girl is youthful and sweet, but a little…