It’s reversible, it’s convertible, it’s beautiful! It’s the new Akris Ai bag. How does this bi-colored beauty go from classic shopper to chic trapezoid? Watch this and see.
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Peter Pilotto is actually Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos; together the duo makes up one of the most iconic modern British brands. Among the first designers to really blow out digital prints, the pair’s East London-born collections continue to explore the edges of color, clash, texture, textile and figuring-hugging fit. We talked to them about structure and saturated color, and harmony in fashion and design.
Take a look at the jacquard skirt by Vika Gazinskaya pictured here on the right. It’s like the Magic Marker stylings of an extra-gifted doodler were lifted from a notepad, taken to France and woven into a fine silk blend. Wait—it’s not like that. It is that. And the doodler is the on-the-rise Russian designer herself. I talked to Gazinskaya via Skype about the wonderfully colorful handmade patterns in her new-at-Nordstrom collection and the history that informs the look.
Fashion gives us access to the world; through brands headquartered in iconic centers of design and beauty across the globe, our wardrobes travel—and we go along for the ride. Today our tour guides are Pedro García designers Pedro García and Dale Dubovich, who invite you to share in the beauty of Spain and their spring collection.
Designers Pedro García and Dale Dubovich in Tenerife, where their spring campaign was photographed
We talked to García and Dubovich about walking stylishly all over the world, and particularly in Spain. In doing so we not only uncovered great tips for your international travel (even if it’s only virtual), but we also got great insight on the cultural factors that influence their style, and the deep history and tradition of Spanish-made footwear.
Thinking about wandering? Let’s go.
Highlights and commentary from yesterday’s Lanvin runway show: in anticipation of the Jeanne Lanvin exhibition at the Palais Galliera, Alber Elbaz pays homage to the late designer with a luscious, retrospective collection that draws from—among many other inspirations—history, Morocco and the lost art of glamour.
Highlights and commentary from yesterday’s Paris Fashion Week runway shows: Cédric Charlier goes graphic with both soft and bold hues, modern updates and sleek lines. The Belgian designer put smart and streamlined looks center stage while giving an inspirational nod to the traditional school uniform in pleated skirts and turtlenecks.