Frame Denim held their first presentation at New York fashion. Guests like Inez and Vinoodh, Hanneli Mustaparta, Harley Viera-Newton and Karlie Kloss, to name a few, all came out to support the brand at the Openhouse Gallery in Soho, New York.
The showcase featured styles from their new Spring/Summer 2014 collection such as their classic Le Skinny fits in Color Block and Railroad Tux, as well as the the Le Cut Off and more. You can see the new styles featured as well as the guests and cool backdrops below.
Photos Courtesy of Adrian Mesko & Frame Denim
I will admit that the Pierre Balmain line had me unenthusiastic since its inaugural collection, personally. It wasn’t the pieces themselves, but more of the way they were presented and styled that I felt wasn’t up to par of the brand itself and more of Balmain. To keep the explanation short and simple, it is the Cara Delevingne to sister Poppy Delevingne in my mind. Two completely different takes on fashion, but with intertwining pieces.
This season was a full 180 from what was. It is back to what I love about the brand that stood out, like the ’90s silhouettes and punk aesthetic. Everything from the suede jackets to the sequined tank dress to the leather pants and more, felt tough again and nonchalant. To say the least, I am a fan again. You can see the new collection below.
For the new Resort collection by Helmut Lang, designers Michael and Nicole Colovos went for designs that were more commercial and sportswear. Though more commercial than usual, the line still featured the strong tailoring and clean lines that is known by the brand.
The collection featured looks that were heavy on leather, which has become a go-to material that is freshened up each season by the Colovos. Everything from jackets to skirts to even sweaters were made of the material. Along with the leather, there are classic suits and dresses with lines that give a sculpting illusion. You can see all of the looks below.
The Diesel Black Gold menswear Spring/Summer 2014 show walked yesterday in Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The stylist for the show was Robbie Spencer, while hair and make up was done by Matt Mulhall. Below is some information on the collection and in the gallery you can see all of the looks from the runway, plus two photos of celebs in attendance; Jamie Campbell Bower and Stephan Dorff, posing with Renzo Rosso.
It’s silent war between nature and technology. Two clashing worlds, an historical duality: a never ending crusade. A furious nature is getting ready for the battle: iconic pieces such as motorcycle jackets, parka, bombers, used to fight the futuristic antagonist. Botanical elements and flowery jacquards are dominating: genetic surprises, mechanical plants, the environment is becoming wilder and unpredictable.
Technology fights back with juxtaposed fabrics and innovative finishing touches. Military style and work wear evolve into tailored suits, enriched by technical materials and geometries. Black and white are the key of the collection’s color card, together with navy, indigo blue and ice grey. The two worlds finally collide into denim, through new textures & finishes, identifying the Diesel Black Gold DNA: from all over indigo tuxedo jackets and biker pants to the more traditional 5-pockets.