Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons present Prada SS24 Womenswear Collection




Etro Nowhere - Spring Summer 2024 Women's fashion show

A place that is not there, that doesn’t exist. A place made possible by the imagination in which, for example, columns that recall the remains of a temple emerge not in the middle of the forest but in the heart of the city where vestiges of a curious civilization has suddenly resurfaced. Nowhere is the elsewhere that becomes tangible and with it, the overthrow of every rule, of every rational thought, of every logical consequentiality. Nowhere is a metaphor for fashion; a land in which everything is allowed because the combinations of elements are virtually endless.




Alberta Ferretti Spring Summer 2024 Fashion Show

A vision of lightness and movement; a definitive affirmation femininity that is never static.




What Are People Wearing? Copenhagen Fashion Week

What Are People Wearing? Copenhagen Fashion Week. We attended Fashion Week in Denmark with the official Skin stylists The Ordinary asking people about their skin style.




Moschino SS24 fashion show




Gucci Ancora Fashion Show

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Prada FW23 Campaign feat. "Angel" by Massive Attack

"In Conversation with a Flower", the Prada FW23 campaign, becomes a long form visual essay set to "Angel" by Massive Attack, 1998. Human scale blooms awaken us to the supernatural beauty of flowers. Talents: Benedict Cumberbatch, Hunter Schafer, Li Xian, Letitia Wright and Kodi Smit-McPhee




Burberry Summer 2024




Miu Miu Fall/Winter 2023 Fashion Show

The Miu Miu Fall/Winter 2023 collection by Miuccia Prada is focused on the instinctive process of looking, ways of seeing, and how an act of observation can in turn transform the object of its focus. Looking is a window to thinking. Featuring a special project in collaboration with artist Geumhyung Jeong.

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Gucci Fall Winter 2023

The House presents the new campaign featuring Vittoria Ceretti and Aboubakar Konte. Captured in Milan by David Sims against an evocative green backdrop, the imagery showcases a series of looks that debuted during the women’s and men’s fashion shows. Music “Brakhage” by Stereolab

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Back to the Beginning Bokja FW22/23

Our work is rooted in memory; capturing moments from the past to reflect on the present. Through our latest Wearables collection, we remember our long and repeated journeys through the Silk Road, searching for and witnessing an ages-old savoir faire through textiles. These textiles and the extraordinary women that produced them were our first school, a space to reflect on heritage and craftsmanship. We collected and archived what we found and imagined all the possibilities of what it could become, harvesting new and contemporary items to wrap the body with poetically assembled impressions of the past.

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Salim Azzam | FW 21/22 | A Good Bye To The Old World

In this collection "An Ode to the Old World", we wanted to give a sincere tribute to the history that depicted the notion of embroidery. We started eagerly digging into that world. Mesmerizing handmade pieces got out of the aged closets and pieces of magazine clippings gathered from forgotten drawers; both reflecting an honourable era when this work was a beautiful way for women to express themselves. An ode to the old world is dreaming of the future by genuinely and passionately looking into the past, and the belief that everything we need, we already have. DOP Assistants: Moaz Habli & Hussein Fneish Hair and Makeup: Ivan Kuz (Velvet Management) ( @lvan_kuz )

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Bella Hadid for the Pocket Bag campaign


Bella Hadid embodies the signature Pocket Bag - a vision of beauty and feminine power inspired by the Burberry animal kingdom. Riccardo Tisci has assembled a team of iconic creative talent to bring the Pocket Bag to life, including photographers Inez and Vinoodh, stylist Katy England, make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench and hairstylist Christiaan Houtenbos.

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Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin are a Dutch fashion photographer/director duo who have been working together since 1986. The Dutch partnership rose to fame in the early 90s due to their approach of challenging traditional fashion photography. Experimenting with the latest digital imaging technologies, their early work captured the imagination of art critics, who were mesmerized by the sophisticated interplay of elegance and horror. The pair met whilst studying at the Art Academy in Amsterdam and following careers in and around fashion, began working together formerly. They are regular contributors to Vogue Paris, Purple Magazine, W Magazine and V Magazine amongst many others and have created advertising campaigns for brands including Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Dior, Gucci, Chloë, Givenchy, Balenciaga, Chanel, and Roberto Cavalli.

England studied art and design at Manchester Polytechnic from 1984 to 1988, after which she assisted at Elle, The Mail on Sunday and The Evening Standard. After meeting photographer and Dazed & Confused founder Rankin, England was brought on at the magazine and has styled for the title ever since. “You want the designer to be able to achieve the dream they have, to develop it and make it happen. That’s the point of us, that’s why we’re here." She is best known for her work for Alexander McQueen. From the beginning of McQueen’s career, England was transporting garments, researching collections and working on show production. Since the designer’s death, England found a new collaborator in Ricardo Tisci, styling his shows, campaigns and editorials during his tenure at Givenchy. Previously fashion director of both Dazed & Confused and AnOther magazine, and now senior fashion editor-at-large of the latter, England is one of the most innovative image-makers in the industry. She has styled campaigns for Jil Sander , Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Giorgio Armani and worked with major photographers including Mert and Marcus, Alasdair McLellan , Inez and Vinoodh, Willy Vanderperre and Nick Knight .

Riccardo Tisci is an Italian fashion designer. He studied in Italy at the Design Istituto d’Arte Applicata in Cantù until the age of 17, and then graduated from London's Central Saint Martins Academy in 1999.

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