Dries Van Noten - Autumn Winter 2024-25

The comfort of contradiction. Composed layers, seemingly spontaneous and deliberated. Alternation between precious and pragmatic: creased, cushiony and fluffy. Make-up: Lucy Bridge Hair: Sam Mcknight Manicure: Anatole Rainey Casting: Pier Giorgio Del Moro Video: Offline Music: “Haunt Me” - Sade Edit by Soulwax




Bottega Veneta Winter 24 Show




Prada FW24 Womenswear Collection

The Fall/Winter 2024 Prada collection by Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons embeds fashion with fragments of histories, in an exploration of notions of beauty, of a contemporary world formed by memories. There is a romance, with the past.

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Danshan's Apollo Jumper in action

Danshan stands for a more progressive and accepting world. The Apollo Jumper (black) seen here is knitted, which is eco-friendly especially compared with cut and sew. The beauty of this knit is it can be unraveled and return to yarn state to be recycled into another composition.

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Skating with SABOT

Sabot means clog in French and thereby derives the word sabotage. By creating garments ourselves and support small local textile businesses we reclaim the power to express ourselves beyond the turning machinery of big-fashion industries.





Music : Le Makeup Hair & Makeup : Akira Nagano Model : Olga & Matthew








New Balance x Miu Miu 2024 Campaign

New Balance and Miu Miu team up again for a new collaboration, now with a design based on the iconic New Balance 530 running shoe. Peris Adolwi, Julie Hoomans and Florine Wildeboer star in the accompanying still and moving image campaign. Stolen moments are captured against a domesticated background - white walls, blank phone screens and crumpled white sheets – onto which viewers are invited to project their thoughts and dreams. The mood is intimate, relaxed, playful, from movement and gesture to shoes and clothes. Launched in 1992, the New Balance 530 was originally conceived as a performance shoe. Its minimal design and luxurious suede, leather and mesh fabrication, made it a cult sneaker lovers' favorite. True to the Miu Miu spirit, this interpretation of the model is deconstructed: a classic is disrupted, its proportions reinvented with the introduction of an ultra-flat sole. The sneaker’s name - the 530 SL - is drawn from the fact that it is also super light. Two versions of the shoe are presented, one in distressed suede in a warm, natural color palette and the other in unprocessed suede and mesh in classic black and white. The effect is lived in – aged. Laces come in a variety of materials including leather and sailing cord. Those wearing the New Balance X Miu Miu 530SL are invited to choose between them, to adapt them to their personal style. In each case, comfort, character, confidence and ease are paramount as the heart and history of both names come together seamlessly. Cast: Peris Adolwi, Juli Biko, Julie Hoomans, Florine Wildeboer

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KikoRomeo with Jumah Jatteh

A day out at pallet with Jumah Jatteh in Kenyan brand, KikoRomeo. KikoRomeo meaning “Adam’s Apple” in Kiswahili, was founded in 1996. Transcending cultures and fashion trends, KikoRomeo puts sustainability at its core.

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Atelier Eveil Ludique ~ upcycled necklaces

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.

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ABL Estudio

ABL draws inspiration from Mexico's intense working culture as well as its equally intense leisure activities and social lifestyle. Designer, Alvaro Barrera Lozano, designs with versatility and practicality in mind allowing the wearer to modify a garment and to morph throughout different environments.





Models Isaac Sene Juuso Räsänen Joni Travis Nurminen Mikael Peuronen Mats Nordin Tino Nyman

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After last season, which was about reducing each look to something concise and even sometimes arresting, my instinct here was to build the collection in a different way, for a collection that adventures, explores, and dares. One that feels more organic, more sensual, more impromptu. I found freedom in separates—a white shirt, perfect pants, enormous puffer coats and even knitwear basics like cardigans and tube skirts. I wanted to make an impossible wardrobe—impossible not because it’s not wearable, but because it’s so extraordinary, a Surrealist’s interpretation of a woman’s essential closet. There’s a sense of freedom, of disobedience; these are pieces a woman can assemble however she wants; that feeling of transgression and spontaneity she should experience when she does so is one I felt as well when I was creating them—most of the ‘looks’ you see here were put together in the days leading up to this show, as opposed to head to toe formulas that have been labored over for months. This approach felt like a revelation. Uniting everything is Schiaparelli’s long connection to art and artists - their daring, their color, their process. More than any other Maison, Schiaparelli has always been in conversation with art: one form of art talking to and inspired by another. In this collection, each piece has been somehow inspired by an artist, either one of Elsa’s time, or mid-century, or of our own. We hand-painted a woman’s body with brushwork inspired by Lucian Freud, and then transferred that image to a stretch silk body stocking, where each brushstroke was rendered in shimmering paillettes. The sculptor Jack Whitten’s mirrored mosaic pieces gave birth to a broken-mirror stretch cardigan and skirt. A leather cigarette box that trims a ball gown skirt is an homage to Sarah Lucas, and the deep blue pebble-like beads and powder that cover a multitude of surfaces are a nod to Yves Klein, but also to Miro’s illustrations for children. Elsewhere in the collection are tributes to Dali - those surrealist sunrises giving birth to a multitude of vibrant color degradé’s, Matisse (not his work, but the palm fronds at the hotel Regina, now in black long haired shearling as a fantastic faux - coat), and even a white marble Venus has made her way onto a winter white melton coat. Even the walls of Lucian Freud’s London studio home inspired the dramatic chaos of painterly brushwork on an oversized white laminated puffer. This collection has been so heavily inspired by the agony and ecstasy of creation—but still offers clothes for a woman to love for a lifetime. That combination of transgression and wit extends to this season’s accessories as well: Giacometti’s monumental sculptures are reinterpreted here as skinny drops of stone- capped gold, informing a new chapter of bijoux. Claude Lalanne’s beloved moldings inspired massive brooches and cuffs, for which I used my own house plants: I’d cut off a leaf, bring it in, and have it cast in metal, imposing within it some of our artisans’ faces from the studio. There are also Mountains of wooden bijoux - the first time for us. Burl wood hands, plaster white lobsters, and the Inauguration Dove, our symbol and promise of hope, dipped in gilded 24K gold leaf. And our new Schiap bag is re-thought too, either hand-painted in multicolored alligator, or buried under piles of lightweight wooden beads, or its signature ‘trapunto’ technique echoed in white strands of plaster beads and bugle beaded measuring tapes. The toe shoes and the keyhole shoes are reduced to their most ‘barely-there’ essentialism, with the maison’s signature measuring tape running up the bag of the leg, a detail we will carry into the future lines of footwear. We live and create fashion in a time when creativity, internet-breaks, and celebrity gags come at us weekly, daily, and now by the hour. Some of these aren’t even created by human hands or minds. Most all of them are forgotten by tomorrow. It’s why I wanted this collection to be aggressively, unmistakably human - and to be rooted in artistic references that feel timeless. To dress, decorate, but most importantly, to create, is as primitive as any instinct we have. Going into the unknown, when creative expression and fame feels available to any and all, at least for a moment, we wonder: What can break through? For our Maison, it is the power of design, the power of our artisans, and the power of the human hand at work. - Daniel Roseberry

Creative Director
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