Paul Smith and sportswear label Rapha Cycling continue to develop their collection cycling clothing: Rain Jackets to Merino Jersey’s, Leather Town Gloves and a series of riding caps.
Transitional line from Ijin Material
Denim is always ”Sacre Bleu ” at Ijin & to compliment the established signature denim Legacy line on offer is the new entry level Ijin Blu Line with a competitive retail price point, & the Ijin Artisan Line, utilizing the slow-denim exclusive Marine selvedge cloth in Genoa blu.
John Galliano, the British fashion designer has been suspended from Dior a week before his big show in Paris, after his arrest for alleged anti-Semitic remarks. Galliano allegedly verbally accosted a couple sitting on a cafe terrace in Paris’ fashionable Marais district. “Dior affirms with the utmost conviction its policy of zero tolerance towards any antisemitic or racist words or behaviour,” Dior’s Chief Executive Sidney Toledano said in a statement.
This is a portrait of a street and an area – as seen by artists, particularly street artists, and others who live and work or even just visit here. I wanted to shoot a social documentary which would frame the street, its life, and the complex web in which it operates. I wanted to hear the area’s “official” stories. And of course the other side of those stories.
I started filming in the fall of 2009. Seems a long time ago. And so this little trailer is a quiet announcement that we are serious about the final edit now…Watch this space I guess. Filmed in London, Paris, Berlin and Madrid. Yeah.. Brick Lane is a long street.
Thanks to all the artists. For your participation and most importantly for your art.
Lady Gaga x New York-based skate brand Supreme. A behind-the-scenes video into the shoot which was shot by the world-famous fashion photographer Terry Richardson.
Marshall Artist are proud to announce their participation at Capsule New York City 19 – 20 July 2010.
Marshall Artist are proud to announce their participation at Capsule Las Vegas 18 – 19 August 2010
Stone Island presents the Heat Reactive Jacket. A hooded bomber jacket in cotton nylon canvas with thermosensitive liquid crystals, the garment changes colour according to the temperature: the warmer, the fairest, the cooler, the darker.
Burberry’s Christopher Bailey Talks Inspiration Video
On the day of the Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2011 show at London Fashion Week, Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative Officer, speaks about six YouTube clips that inspire him.
A VOYAGE INTO STONE ISLAND_EPISODE 3 – “THE PRODUCT” – THE PASSION OF STONE ISLAND
In this third episode of the documentary dedicated to the Stone world, Andrea Moro – the company’s Head of Product – carry us right to into the core of the Stone Island product, unveiling the details of manufacture while stressing a crucial element of the brand’s DNA: passion.
BURBERRY TO LIVE STREAM ITS LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW AT PICCADILLY CIRCUS AS PART OF 40 GLOBAL EVENTS AND TO OVER 150 COUNTRIES
“We are thrilled to be bringing the Burberry show to our widest audience yet in an immersive, interactive and entertaining experience. We have always used digital communication to deepen our connection with the customer and allow people all over the world to experience Burberry no matter where they are. Whether you are at home online, watching in Piccadilly Circus, using a mobile device or in our store in Beijing everyone will be able to feel the energy and attitude of the brand and the excitement of the show.”
Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative Officer
Burberry will be streaming its Prorsum Womenswear Autumn Winter 2011 show from a new venue in London’s Royal Park of Kensington Gardens to over 150 countries online and at 40 live events
The 40th venue, London’s iconic Piccadilly Circus, will stream the show live onto the famous 32 metre digital screen which is viewed by an estimated 1.2 million people every week – a first for any brand
As part of the 40 live events, the show will be streamed globally in Burberry flagship stores from Boston to Beijing, creating ‘buy from the runway’ in-store virtual trunk show events across 4 continents
The show can be viewed online at Burberry.com as well as on news, fashion, music partner sites and streamed on the iPhone and iPad
Viewers anywhere in the world are invited to buy the runway collection immediately after the show for one week, bringing the collection to consumers globally in 7 weeks
Using iTunes technology, viewers can download the music from the show through the on demand service
The Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Autumn Winter 2011 show will take place on Monday 21 February at 4PM
British band nominated for Best New Artist and Best Rock Song for “Little Lion Man”
Brown 2 button tweed jacket with suede elbow patches and dress shirt all by Burberry
Black 2 button notch lapel tuxedo jacket and dress shirt all by Burberry
Grey 2 button satin peak lapel wool blazer and dress shirt all by Burberry
Black 2 button notch lapel velvet suit and dress shirt all by Burberry
Dr. Martens 1461 shoes – Sceptered Isle
Dr. Martens is the stuff of legends. It all began near Munich, Germany in 1945 when Dr. Klaus Maertens injured his foot in a skiing accident in the Bavarian Alps. To make walking easier during the healing process, he designed a shoe with an air-cushioned sole. Using old rubber tires, he constructed soles that had air trapped within closed compartments. He showed his prototype to his engineer/inventor friend, Dr. Herbert Funck, and together they decided to develop and produce the shoes. Not only did the shoe solve the doctor’s immediate problem, but it also started to sell well in Germany.
By 1959 the two decided that they needed a company to produce and distribute the shoes, then called Dr. Maertens, in other parts of the world. At first, many manufacturers rejected the concept of an ‘air cushioned sole’ as a short-lived gimmick. However, the R. Griggs Group, located in the village of Wollaston in England, decided to go along with the idea by creating the first work boot with the revolutionary sole. On the first of April 1960, the first cherry red eight-eyelet work boot was produced and named 1460 (1/4/60). To sell the brand name better in England, the name was anglicized to Dr. Martens. The range was branded AirWair and the rest is history.
Stone Island Reflective Jacket
40848 REFLECTIVE JACKET, THE VIDEO
Today we publish a presentation video for our Reflective Jacket. This jacket, as our fans know, is one of Stone Island iconic pieces. Since the early Nineties, we have introduced the concept of light refractivity, borrowed from safety work garments. The Reflective fabric is highly refractive, thanks to a coating procedure made with thousands of glass micro-spheres.
The new Royal Hem collection for Spring Summer 2011 is inspired by the work of Roy Lichtenstein: Brushstroke Still Life with VII “(1996), a work that the designer has perceived as the perfect representation of a conjunction between refinement and naturalness, ranging from brilliant to dusty shades, and a play on geometric shapes and micro designs.
The Royal Hem collection is essentially the transposition of these themes from canvas to actual wearable garments. The result is a line of unique artisan pieces “Made in Italy” that complement, innovate and renovate the wardrobe of a Royal Hem man: from the dyed satin smoking jacket, to the jackets in ultra-lightweight wool and starched silk, to the blazers in gabardine and linen characterized by minimal patterns such as micro houndstooth, bird’s eye and striped patterns in perfect “LICHTENSTEIN STYLE”. This kind of stylistic rigor had and continues to distinguish Royal Hem’s signature pieces, an example of which is tamed by brushstrokes and splashes of color creating a unique and exclusive piece.
As in the painting, the colors used range from dusty shades of blue, to sand and gray, tones that saturate to reach colors such as china blue, dove gray, brown and finally absolute black. To complete the array of proposed colors, institutional shade of red and sage green also feature.
To compliment and complete the collection a capsule line featuring a a handful of pieces was created using innovative dyeing techniques such: ice, super-vintage and art dyes, and glucose washes. The stylistic evolution towards ever lighter and softer garments is clearly evident: the jackets, cornerstones of the Marche based Italian Maison, are emptied and deconstructed, the fit becoming even slimmer to the point of becoming an exclusive “shirt-jacket”. In addition the collection also boasts some selected trench coats, blazers and picots complemented by exclusive t-shirts, shirts and denim trousers.
Burberry Spring Summer 2011 Advertising Campaign – Burberry Brights
Some of the features of the shoes include:
• Pop colour nylon mesh trainers with suede trims
• Tonal stripe around back sole
• Almond toe, lace-up closure
• Anti-slip rubber sole
• Burberry logo printed in metallic at back of heel
English shoe brand Barker Black has released a new line of footwear for the Spring/Summer 2011 season in new styles and colors. The line will consist of leather high-top sneakers, embroidered slippers in washed linen or woven silk wool and moccasins in luxurious suede – all offered in an array of vivid colors.
Starting in March, the Spring/Summer 2011 line of footwear, in its new three distinct styles will be available at Barker Black stores nationwide.
Barker Black is the epitome of English refinement. Established in the village of Earls Barton in 1880 by Arthur Barker, the factory quickly became renowned for their craftsmen and fine workmanship. Specializing in the “Good Year Welted” construction, the shoes became a staple in the wardrobe of every self-respecting Englishman. After 125 years of producing quality bench made shoes in a factory christened by the Queen mum herself, Barker Black has been developed to embrace the storied past while forging ahead in design, details, and elegant sophistication.
A foundation of quality construction, craftsmanship and modern design is the launch pad for Barker Black. Barker Black shoes are created by a team of specialized craftsmen, many of whom have been working with the company over twenty years. Harnessing this expertise, quality and attention to detail, along with its contemporary design, is what makes Barker Black so special. These sleek and luxurious shoes, made from the finest Italian and French Calf, are left on the last for fifteen to thirty days, during this time the shoes are placed in a wire frame (affectionately referred to as the ‘cage’) and suspended from the rafters above the factory. This extensive time on the last allows the shoe to retain its beautiful shape. All Barker Black shoes are finished by hand, on select shoes the skull and crossbone logo is painstakingly tacked into the sole by hand.
Raising the standards of excellence in design, materials and construction the Barker Black range will be on par with Northampton neighbors, however through its updated sensibility and modern aesthetic, Barker Black will stand on its own.
New York Fashion Week – Gilded Age – Fall/Winter 2011 Presentation
In the early 19th century, the South become the world’s major producer of raw cotton, while the North embraced the Industrial Revolution utilizing deep seaports and building industries along East Coast. The North East become the industrial power house of America.
In a relatively short period of time, new textile mills started to emerge in New England helped by low cost cotton gin and low production cost stemming from the influx of immigrant workers.
The production of new textiles, such as jean and denim, became one of the fastest growing industries. Denim proved to be very durable and resilient to wear, and became the fabric of choice for dungarees and jackets for great multitudes of factory workers, miners and farmers as America expanded westwards. As denim became a fabric of greater importance, mills across New England with their new looms, spinning machines and new indigo dying processes became leaders in the industry, producing some of the best denim known at the time.
The textile innovators at the dawn of the Gilded Age worked on unique cotton processing and indigo dying techniques which produced some of the most unique denims of the Age. Known for their durability, distinct shade and finer slubby nature denims such as “New Creek Blue” and “Madison River Brown”, and “Boston Blue” were recognized as some of the best in the early parts of Industrial Revolution and Gilded Age.
Textile merchants, such as East Coast Warehouse, greatly improved their fortunes while selling these distinct denims. With an onslaught of wider, faster, and more precise looms that cater to mass production, some of these age old textiles with their unique character slowly disappeared from the market place.
The Gilded Age brand is an attempt to bring to the present a small part of the craft that originated in the Age of Gild.
ANECDOTE AUTUMN WINTER 2011
ANECDOTE AW 2011. Le Marais, Paris. Not high fashion catwalk stuff but great essentials. The kind that my friends and I want to wear every day. Nothing more, nothing less.
On February 25th, we will be taking over our good friends at Black Scale’s space to debut our Spring ’11 collection for our first Pop Up Shop. We’ve always gotten so much love from the Bay, it was only right that we chose it for our first foray out of Southern California.
Of all the things UVT has grown to become, and be involved with, the foundation has and always will be about our Family. We wouldn’t be where we are now without the help from our friends. Whether its help setting up for the hardcore shows we used to throw at the shop, or inspiring us with their talents, our crew has been our lifeblood.
So with this in mind, to coincide with the opening of the pop up shop, UVT co-founder Glory curated “Wive’s Tales”, a showcase of three tattoo artists who we have seen grow to the top of their game and can truly be called UVT family. Featuring Luke Wessman, Menso, and Frankie Caraccioli, each artist created a piece that speaks on superstitions and folk tales, and we have created a video series to introduce each artist to our extended family-all of our loyal supporters. We will be making limited edition product based on the pieces that will be available at the opening, including shirts, fleece, hats and prints.
Menswear Trend Guide SS11
H&M Trend Guide Spring Summer 2011. Menswear Fashion. Interviews with Imran Amed, Founder / Editor, The Business of Fashion; and Ann-Sofie Johansson, Head of Design, H&M, model.
STONE ISLAND_SS’011: HERE WE ARE.
Change is in the air. Beginning today, viewers can finally see the Spring/Summer 2001 collections.
Discover with us what’s new for the season in Stone Island, Stone Island Shadow Project and Stone Island Junior. Exclusevely for you, moreover, all the images of the new lookbook and of the new Stone Island campaigns. Enjoy!
BURBERRY REVEALS JOURDAN DUNN AND SACHA M’BAYE AS FEBRUARY COUPLE IN SPRING SUMMER 2011 AD CAMPAIGN
“We wanted to create a dynamic campaign that reflects the diversity of our broad global consumer, revealing new British cast members each month, all with their own identity, embodying the different attitudes of the Burberry guy and girl. We shot the campaign on Brighton beach to celebrate the great British outdoors and our history of supporting emerging talent and to bring to life the emotion behind protection from the elements.’’
Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative Officer
Burberry announces new cast members for February, Jourdan Dunn and Sacha M’Baye as part of its dynamic ad campaign for Spring Summer 2011, where new British cast members are revealed each month.
Shot on Brighton Beach by Mario Testino, British models Jourdan Dunn and Sacha M’Baye will feature across print and online media for the month of February.
Launched with January couple British models Cara Delevingne and Jacob Young, the campaign reinforces the brand’s synergy with British landscapes, weather and emerging talent.
The campaign showcases the high impact global monthly flow of new Burberry product and accompanying innovative content, used seamlessly and consistently across all of the brand’s online, offline and in store touch points.
The campaign shows the full breadth of the Burberry offering – Burberry Prorsum, Burberry London, Burberry Brit and Burberry accessories, all of which can be explored on Burberry.com with multi-faceted content experiences.
Commercial for HUF footwear, now available at HUF Flagship stores & your local HUF retailers. #024 featuring Matt Gottwig. Shot & cut by Martin Reigel
Très Bien Sweden gets in motion.
Jacket by Junya Watanabe
Jeans from Levi’s Vintage Clothing
Cardigan by RRL Ralph Lauren
Shirt from Our Legacy
Sneakers from New Balance
Bag from Porter
Bandana from Levi’s Vintage Clothing