Let’s switch. Online on stone Island the fall/winter ’011_’012 collection.
Discover with us what’s new about Stone Island, Stone Island Shadow Project and Stone Island Junior.
All the pictures of the new lookbooks and the Stone Island campaign.
Adam Kimmel x Carhartt Barneys Event w George Herms & Paintallica.
Barneys New York celebrated Adam Kimmel x Carhartt with artists George Herms and Paintallica who constructed a site-specific installation that was commissioned for the Barneys New York 60th Street windows. The event was interactive and guests had the opportunity to play a role in the construction.
David Beckham is launching Homme by David Beckham , his third fragrance with Coty, which is apparently meant to have a more masculine image. Steve Mormoris, senior vice president of global marketing for Coty Beauty, told WWD,
David Beckham Homme is a strategic launch for us and represents a key new orientation for the David Beckham fragrance brand — getting back to the male roots of the brand, enhancing David as an athlete and an aspirational man and building a new pillar to the David Beckham franchise.
Although Homme sounds like it’s all about the branding, here’s a breakdown of the scent: top notes of citrus, ginger, pine and fiery pepper; a heart of cashmere wood, leather and rosemary, and a drydown of mahogany wood, patchouli and skin musk.
The print campaign was shot by Alasdair Mclellen and a commercial is on its way…
Iconix Brand Group, Inc. announced it will continue its partnership with television personality Audrina Patridge for the Bongo Fall 2011 multi-media marketing campaign. This marks the first time Patridge will appear in a television commercial for the brand. The actress is best known for her role on VH1’s Audrina and MTV’s The Hills.
Hunting and gathering, following seasonally available wild plants and game, is by far the oldest human subsistence method.
Nomadic groups make and sell textiles, deal in animals and pictures, and play music. These sedentary groups work in towns as scavengers and hangmen; elsewhere they are snake-charmers, tinkers, bag makers, and singers; they dance at feasts and tell fortunes. They play music and made sieves, brooms, and wooden spoons. They have taken to horticulture and poetry.
For Mulberry’s Autumn/Winter 2011 video, Serge Teulon did the cinematography and the whole thing was lead by creative directors Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme of House and Holme. With “Animal” by Miike Snow serving as the background music, Losey worked with visual effects firm Framestore to shoot 2D cut-out animations and a live 3D environment.
WE MAKE SUPER DENIM Summer 2012 collection “Supernoir” official video preview.
We MAKE SUPER DENIM is a young denim company born and raised in Torino, Italy, very few miles away from the city of Chieri where Blue jeans was first produced already in the 15th Century.
This is clearly what we are not: we are not a multi billionarie denim company run by executives and statistics and we are sure not part of any cheap soul-less chain raping every high-street in every European city out there.
We are a small independent company proud to design and manifacture our entire collection in northern Italy where we are based. We love what we do, every season we try to connect our collection to a SUPER-concept feeding our own true originality and true creativity.
Tenue de Nîmes is launching a collection of special, hand-dyed, natural indigo, customized Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoes that will be released during Amsterdam Fashion Week this summer. On July 15th Tenue de Nîmes will host a ‘Down-Town’ event in their Amsterdam-based store to celebrate the release of this limited edition shoe.
The Chuck Taylor All Star serves as a perfect muse for Tenue de Nîmes. With deep roots in style and culture, both the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe and indigo denim have led somewhat parallel lives. The Chuck Taylor All Star shoe and a pair of jeans have long been a staple of youth culture and music and have served as a symbol of independence for decades. Fittingly, Tenue de Nîmes asked the legendary denim experts, the Manabe family from Okoyama in Japan, owners of the Momotaro brand and Rampuya dyeing factory, if they would be able to indigo-dye a limited amount of 50 pairs.
Mr. Manabe agreed, and kindly provided us with 50 pairs of stunning hand- numbered shoes, dyed in natural indigo. Because of the irregular composition of natural indigo, the shoes all have a different signature. Each shoe is unique thanks to the traditional craft of hand-dyeing and the use of natural ingredients throughout the process. Every shoe is decorated with a Tenue de Nîmes cross on the inner sole. The shoes are sold in a Ramupya natural cotton bag and are exclusively sold at Tenue de Nîmes in Amsterdam for €89,90. During the event on July 15th 2011 Tenue de Nîmes will officially present the limited collection of indigo Chuck Taylor All Star shoes along with an exhibit on the Japan-based dyeing process.
For this Fall season we decided to take a journey to a place we know best; coastal British Columbia and the expansive Pemberton Icecaps. In our formative years, we all put in a lot of time at these areas, thus we de-cided to share a little piece of our history and it’s natural beauty.
Utilizing a helicopter to capture the best of the terrain as well as to gain access to some never before seen spaces, capturing the essence of both the land and the Fall/Winter 2011 season all in one. This introduction short gives a glimpse of the The Tantalus, The Crest and Chase silhouettes.
Natalia Vodianova’s White Fairy Tale for Naked Heart Foundation
Naked Heart Foundation grounding principles – Providing support to families of children with special needs, thus helping children to stay in their families and not be taken into orphanages. Development of a network of centres providing psychological, therapeutic, legal and social support for children with special needs and their families, as well as for families intending to foster or adopt.
Before the White Fairy Tale Love Ball Natalia Vodianova hosted at Chateau de Wideville, she modelled shots to promote the event. Featuring dresses by the likes of Valentino and Christopher Kane, the images and event were held in support of Vodianova’s Naked Heart Foundation which helps children in Russia.
For Autumn/Winter 2011-12, Y-3 hits the road with a collection inspired by the nature of escape—on horseback, on foot, and into the hills. The season’s campaign follows this theme which ultimately is about the journey and not the destination. Artist Collier Schorr created images as well as the campaign’s mood video titled: Beneath, Between, Beyond by contrasting hyper – colored landscapes by the photographer David Benjamin Sherry with two figures who likewise seem otherworldly.
AD ASTRA (to the stars) the motto of the true believer. ksubi’s 2011 eyewear collection is based on paranoid alien obsessed fanatics and their anarchistic lab nerd style.
We make eyewear discoveries from the 1950’s to 1990’s. Rimless lenses, cat eye shapes and outlined frames in translucent, teal, burgundy, green and yellow. The Desert DMT print as seen in ksubi’s spring summer collection and the radiant blues and smoky greys of ksubi’s high summer are replicated in key sunglass and optical frames.
CARINA- Oversize cat eye are so feline with precise metal studding detail.
HYDOR- Classic aviator shape with contemporary edge, acetate bar sits atop rimless lenses.
ALULLA- Metal on metal with contrasting matte inlay against high shine rimmed outline.
SHAM- A sized down version of one of ksubi’s most recognisable shape, the skeleton, in both sun and
SIGMA optical outlined in radiant blue, red and white on clear.
HEZE- Rimless lens aviator with contrasting acetate bar frames the eye area.
CHI CYG- Not oversize, a 90’s style cat eye with metal inlay detailing.
ALKES- Science lab chic in mad scientist style frames.
CAPELLA- Two-tone metal design with matte metal interior and metallic shine frame outline.
BETA- Your everyday optical, thick rimmed acetate frame with a twist- go for the Desert DMT print.
Let’s continue with Stone Island’s Parisian operation. Here’s the video of the presentation of the store for friends, the press and buyers. In the background, the installation with our now ‘famous’ moon. Enjoy.
Another first for the brand. This unique pop up boutique will open its doors during the period Bread & Butter (the most important European sports and denim wear fair) for a two-month period. This first example of a Pop Up boutique with many to follow in the near future…will feel like home from home.
The space spanning 110sqm is based on Weinmeisterstrasse no2, within the heart of the Mitte district, aka one of Berlin’s hubs of cultural and entertainment. The style of the store successfully integrates the never-ending “Journey to Nowhere”, from which it takes its design inspiration from modular flight (travel) cases and using them to create eclectic wow-installations.
An easy vibe and a place to get to know us better. A summer place not only to hang with your local mates and meet some out of town new ones or listen to some eclectic tunes but to also shop some jeans from our latest fall winter 2011 treasures including the “Must Have” men’s workwear selection and the all new women’s denim line.
One off band’s will jam, guest DJ’s will pop by and play a couple of vinyl tracks, this pop up store will give all that visit a welcome home feelin into the world of Meltin’Pot.
AT EVERY STOP we setup camp and create a temporary home… and there will be more Pop Up surprises so – Watch your space.
Kris Van Assche in collaboration with Misericordia, has designed an exclusive t-shirt for Japan. All profits will be used to support the relief efforts of the Japanese Red Cross, for their ongoing help to those affected by the tragic events of March 2011.
The design of the t-shirt refers to a message from the designer himself ‘Hope & Love will Save us’. Available at thecorner.
Directed by Jeremy Liebman
Art directed by Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry
Improvisational dance by Matthew Oaks
Shooting location Brooklyn – NY
Directed by Jeremy Liebman the short video leads to tease and succeeds.
Hixsept L’oiseau gris was created in France in 1999 by Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry.
Theses men’s collections created around unique themes are drawn from the sensitivity of their creators, from the places they have been to, and the people they have met. Oscillating between research, spontaneity and minimalism, each collection is a new beginning, starting all over again.