Fashion back to its tribal roots
From hieroglyphics and sculptures to dresses and jackets, Australia’s Aboriginal art was put to an extremely fashionable use in the first edition of an intriguing fashion event that is different and authentic.
Fashion marketing has taken a creative turn
For some it’s a way to promote their values while other brands choose to introduce the readers to their artisans and their mastercraft, but D&G, Marni or Acne will probably agree that providing creative content is more efficient than a commercial in Vogue.
Art and fashion have a beautiful yet complicated connection
Many fashion houses try to reconnect with their artistic side - in the classic meaning of the word – and build a legacy as art patrons. Etro is the latest to focus its attention to artistic heritage, emerging artists and creative collaborations.
"I believe that an accessory should be a part of the person not the other way around"
Alexandra Ruczynska, the Creative Director of De Galluchat, in addition to being a simply stunning woman to look at, is a also a stunning individual to listen to, as shown by the following interview where she takes us on a stylish journey to Paris and Warsaw.
The pearl on the crown of Vienna’s lavish ball season
There’s nothing quite like the Viennese carnival season – it’s a thing of fairy tales and princess stories, whimsical music and impeccable dancing, elite company and a genuine royal feel. And none more so than the spectacle of the Vienna Opera Ball.
H&M and the backyard of fashion
There are millions of people buying clothes from H&M, most of them are teenagers who like to wear fashionable looks at affordable prices but do they really know who is producing these garments and why they are so cheap.
ARD, a German public TV station confronted five young teenagers in Germany with...