Atelier Eveil Ludique is a fashion brand created by Mirco Bercelli in 2019, in Paris, France.
The idea of an artisanal brand working solely with second hand clothes and discarded garments as raw materials came about after living & working in the fashion industry in New Delhi, India. During this stay, Mirco Bercelli witnessed first hand the conditions in which fast fashion clothes are produced. Then came the idea for a brand which would answer our creative anxieties: can we create without producing more waste? How do we have a positive impact on the environment while working in the fashion industry?
Integrating this willingness to change how clothes are made, infused with black metal & deconstructed clothing inspirations, Atelier Eveil Ludique was born. Every garment produced is one less piece of trash in our landfill.
DOOMSTER was created in 2022 by its designer Berfin Özgür. The Istanbul-based brand, whose name means 'someone who predicts doom', mostly uses a tough attitude, tribal forms and personal details in its designs.
LOEUVRE RTW WINTER 23 "GOLDEN HOUR"
"Golden Hour" is shorter, so it appears as a more romantic and indescribably beautiful moment, comforting the weary mind of the day and sometimes presenting the most dramatic scenes of life.
LOEUVRE 23 winter collection captures the beauty of women, shining vividly against the background of pure natural colors, from dazzling daylight, yellow sunlight, and clearly lit blue skies, with LOEUVRE's unique warm and delicate sensibility.
Meet LOEUVRE's winter, complete with simple and elegant silhouettes of timeless pieces that value classics, textured materials, and luxurious tailoring.
LOEWE x On—the Cloudtilt
A lifestyle shoe made to move, the Cloudtilt blends meticulous design with Swiss engineering.
Campaign film featuring Amna Al Qubaisi, Cindy Dos Reis, Hortense de Gromard, Liu Hong, Roy Morel Kaneza, Stefan Crainic
Casting People File
Hair Karim Belghiran
Make up Erin Green
PAM/PUMA BIO/VERSE SS23 — Ft. Thaiboy Digital & Cartoon
For this season’s campaign, Thai-Swedish rap legend Thaiboy Digital and his paramour, Cartoon, venture to North Sumatra, Indonesia, to explore a world of creativity, evolution and change-making with PUMA and P.A.M.
Sounds of the Sumatran Rainforest recorded via real-time, remote, cloud-based audio sensors are remixed by Tsuzing and Suda into a ‘Jungle Sonics’ soundtrack used for the film.
Happy Socks x Studio Barnhus
For their Spring Summer 2022 collection.
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.
“Brakhage” by Stereolab
Happy Socks x Andy Wahloo | Fall/Winter 2021
Joined by our shared passion for using color and creativity, Happy Socks and Andy Wahloo present “Straight outta da Medina”.
Born in the heart of the Medina of Marrakech, raised on global hip-hop, DIY-culture, and the local artisans’ craftsmanship, Andy Wahloo Apparel is showing the world the bright future of modern North African style and culture.
The playful designs remix traditional North African symbols with pop-culture and streetwear. The photo shoot by Hassan Hajjaj from the alleys of Marrakech, and two original short films with a traditional Gnawa performance, complete the vibrant experience.
Rihanna for Men's Spring-Summer 2024 | LOUIS VUITTON
Conjuring the bustling energy of Canal Street in New York, Rihanna embodies the trailblazing vision of Pharrell Williams’ debut collection with a new rendition of the emblematic Speedy.
MOUS LAMRABAT X OHKTEIN
I Dreamt of LOEWE
LOEWE presents a short film by Luca Guadagnino and Jonathan Anderson previewing the Spring Summer 2024 men’s collection.
Set at David Zwirner New York amidst the gallery’s recent exhibition featuring Echolalia, 2010 by Austrian artist Franz West.
Casting Ashley Brokaw
Hair & make up Allie Smith
Soundtrack '4 Floors of Whores' by Tzusing
Featuring Adrian Smats, Andrea Isidori, Bruno Krahl, Elliott McDean, Malik Andreson
1932, A Rendez-vous with the Moon
The moon is a recurring motif in the High Jewelry Collection 1932. Its crescent shape is featured on pieces that pay tribute to the solar system’s most mysterious celestial body, the only one that does not emit light, but reflects it. Living jewelry, designed to follow the movements of the body.