Gehring’s latest collection is a beautiful collage depicting looks for a variety of cuts born originally in the retro epoch, but decomposed with a modern twist. While one of the images portrays the classical retro style, the second finds a modern decomposition with much more styling edge.
When Michael Piastrino & Adrian Rotolo thought of their next photographic creative collaboration, one word kept coming up in conversation – family. ‘Famiglia’ showcases cuts and colors inspired by childhood memories, recollections of family gatherings and particular items associated with growing up.
Shape, form and texture. A whimsical moment in time when the world stands still and the history of humanity passes in a flash. The inspiration behind this thought-provoking collection is to re-create shape and form encapsulated by a breathtaking minut after an apocalyptic event.
Taking inspiration from the Unknown, man or creature, unidentified but also beautiful. Using a mixture of textures and shapes, Alan Keville went with strong colors conflicting against muted tones.
Shades of burgundy strikingly embellish contours and texture. The cut is bold and stylish, for a total ultra contemporary look and fashion statement.
Simple, bold, elegant, feminine shapes etched by inside out layering technique and bi-level outline shapes. Citrus colors are fused through the hair using freehand painting techniques. Sliding panels wrap around the silhouette.
The femininity of urban women is not as mythical as it could be, but William De Ridder crated a collection that transforms women into mythical creatures of a modern world.