Men’s plaids & checks: how to wear them this winter

It’s no longer a secret that when it comes to choosing a print, most men are still inclined to opt for uncomplicated patterns that look interesting and effortless enough to stand out for all the right reasons. And while the menswear segment appears to be headed in a more adventurous direction this season, the check prints manage to keep things grounded, timeless and elegant, mixing…

A heartbreaking story in visual form: Grey Lake

Chances are you won’t stumble upon many editorials that people can easily relate to, editorials that aren’t afraid to disclose the everyday struggles rather than endlessly pointing towards the extraordinary. While it’s true that we all love to escape reality from time to time, only to chase the luxurious fantasies showcased in magazines, it’s the familiar grounds that resonate in the end. Much like An…
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Wes Anderson creates one of his quirky worlds for Prada

Wes Anderson’s quirk and warm-toned storytelling made a return to the Rome Film Festival, where the writer-director’s short film for Prada entitled “Castello Cavalcanti” was introduced as part of the Special Events Out of Competition section. Set in 1955 Italy, the short film stars Jason Schwartzman as racecar driver Jed Cavalcanti, who suffers a mishap during the Motle Miglia rally and finds himself in a…

Fall 2014 fashion trends

Fashion trends: whether you want to follow them, ignore them, or rebel against them entirely, the one thing you can’t do is deny their existence. They are alway there, always influencing and always evolving. It’s our position that there are no set rules or laws that govern the realm of fashion. There’s nothing you must buy or must do, and there’s certainly nothing – ever…

5 street style portraits of the fashion week crowd

Models. Editors. Bloggers. Street style photographers. Wrap them all up in the broader term of influencers. Whilst doing my running around at the fashion weeks this spring 2014 season, I found time to have a bit of a chat with (and take a street style portrait of) 5 such people. Or rather, they found a bit of time for me. One takes beautiful street style…

Coco Rocha covers L’Officiel Russia

Coco Rocha stars on the October 2013 issue of L’Officiel Russia. For this issue, Coco sizzles in pieces from the likes of Moschino, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, Prada, and Jil Sander to name a few. A stand out photo from the spread of the magazine is Coco wearing a fabulous Valentino floral long sleeve dress. Federico De Angelis photographed Coco Rocha’s cover story for this…

The sleeves that add volumes to a dress

Everything is exaggerated during fashion week: colour, print, even sleeves. You might not see these kind of flowering bell sleeves often, but when you do – you notice them. Cutting a beautiful silhouette, this dress was photographed during New York fashion week.

Katlin Aas for Black No.20

Katlin Aas combines mod and punk fashion with a Prada ensemble and hair and makeup plus accessories that are definitely punk inspired for the No. 20 issue of Black magazine.

How to Prada’s youthful side part hairstyle

Simple goes a long way in this hairstyle we saw on the Prada spring / summer 2014 show at Milan Fashion Week. The modern youthful glow is one that anyone can easily pull off. Guido Palau created this hairstyle which – despite being simple and straight to the point – still looks stunning. He describes this hairstyle as “true Prada hair, in that the style…

Coco Rocha for Madame Figaro

Supermodel and super beautiful Coco Rocha covers of the latest issue of Madame Figaro. As photographed by Richard Ramos, Coco poses in pieces from Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Chanel to name a few. On the cover, Coco is wearing an embellished top with a hint of regal styling and a dazzling smile that brightened up this September 2013 cover of the magazine.