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“Dreamy but realistic, masculine but terribly sophisticated, Amélie Pichard makes shoes in her image : timeless, quite surreal, glamorous but fitted to everyday life.” – Amélie describes herself in her bio.
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What’s this? Two posts in one day? Why yes. Yes it is.
I went to the MBFWJ a few weeks back, before I started this blog, actually. I decided to post something about it anyway. Even if I’m eons late.
Whilst watching the shows, I felt really disappointed in a lot of the work of some of my favourite designers only to realise that the collections on this ramp were more experimental than what I’m used to. And that’s the thing about fashion, it’s experimental, crazy, creative, terrible…. Human. It’s definitely a form of expressing oneself. Having said that, I’d like you to see how some of these designers expresses themselves.
My most favourite collection was Fabiani. It was all men. I loved it because I rarely pay attention to men’s wear but this blew my mind. What do…
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Supreme introduces their new leather Camp caps for its Spring/Summer 2013 collection. These caps feature a full leather upper and brim, and even more interesting is the Supreme tag on the front panel comes in an all black tonal leather gold lettering. The caps will come in four colorways and are now available here.
Pics after the jump.
Through out 2012, I have been very keen on vibrant and striking screen print t-shirts. My obsession with screen prints lead me to buy a Versace for H&M stampa palm tee which was one of my favorite pieces out of the famous collaboration. This year isn’t any different with new and upcoming designers showing their creativity to create pieces in their SS13 ranges.
At NO.5 is a t-shirt worn by my business partner and friend abe. He purchased the shirt from a store in the manchester city centre called DEEP. The shirt is a mixture of elements of a bandana print and delicate black floral prints. This combination works well together as they merge to create a spiral effect on the sleeves and shoulders. I also appreciate the fact that this is a long sleeve tee shirt which almost exaggerates the print in a way that attracts the eye.
At NO.4 is a tee from Ovidius. From what I know about this brand, it is Uk based. This tee is very effective when it comes to portraying a unique and very much real graphical message. The image looks like an explosion in process which is mirrored on each side of the tee. This is had to make the list as its a must have for me.
AT NO.3 is a tee from pray for paris. Pray for Paris has been renowned for using the Egyptian icon on their tees. This piece is my favorite out of their range.
AT NO.2 is a tee from the versace collab with H&M. The stampa palm tee is one of the most vibrant tees from last year. My favourite aspect of the tee is the palm trees on the sides of the tee which start from under the sleeves and drop down to the bottom of the tee. The tee is also covered in little crocodiles which add to the agricultural feel of the tee
AT NO.1 is a piece from Katy Eary. Katy Eary is a very talented London based designer who’s collections never fail to impress her consumers. Her shirts have been worn by the likes of A$AP Rocky and Theophilus London who are two of the most influential faces in fashion for hip-hop listeners.
Leave comments on what order you prefer and any other t-shirts I may have used as an alternative to my current choices.
After taking little break from blogging to focus on PLVS clothing, I am proud to release the SS13 range now available at http://www.plvsbrand.com/. The new range consists of a variety of designs inspired by our perspective on how modern street fashion has evolved to massively relate to the youth of this era . The plusnone bare-code piece is by far on off my favorite prints this season along with the new promotion ’88’ tee. The ‘Bar-code tee’ incorporates the attention and obsession of the price and valuation of street wear nowadays. The message behind it is that quality can be achieved despite a low price; hence the addition of a simple yet effective bar-code baring our recognisable name.
We hope to incorporate the plusnone ‘saber’ piece in more of our designs.
A very big thanks to http://www.jdsports.co.uk/home Joel Gregory, Nicauri and Josh Fletcher for modelling for the brand this season.
I’ve only just came across these smart yet casual slippers and I am very much amazed with it. I initially thought this was the work of RHUIGI of RHUDE clothing but these particular slippers are not. The shape is almost loafer like and the print on them gives them an urban look and feel.
This is a must have for me and after just finding out about them, I have ordered my own pair.
The Seoul fashion week was a great success as many brands were showcased in that highly creative week. The even hosted brands such as OC, KYE and many more. I am a very big fan of KYE and their SS13 collection didnt fail to exceed my expectations. Korea is becoming one of the major fashionable countries along with france, japan and of course England .