Alexander McQueen launch their AW14 Campaign

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Alexander McQueen’s AW14 campaign maintains the Game of Thrones-esque theme that dominated the runways last fashion week. Teaming up with photographer Steven Klein again, British model Edie Campbell is portrayed as a dark queen, glamourously draped across her throne.

Pharrell Williams’ Bionic Yarn team up with G-Star Raw

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Pharrell has teamed up with G-Star Raw to launch a new clothing line called “Raw for the Oceans”. The shirts, jeans, sweaters, and hats are made with Return Textiles’ eco-friendly Bionic Yarn. It’s a multi-layered fiber that contains recycled plastic harvested from ocean garbage. The line won the Grand Prix in Cannes’ first product design selection to date this year.

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Maison Martin Margiela atelier “Journey from Trash to Treasure”

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AnOther Magazine took a look inside Maison Martin Margiela‘s atelier during Couture Week. Following the Margiela Artisinal, their haute couture collection they show us their unique “reuse, recycle and reinvent” approach to dress-making.

Blake Lively to Curate her own Brand

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Blake Lively is curating her own lifestyle brand that will sell unique, artisanal items hand-selected by Lively and it is called Preserve. The venture has already drawn comparisons to Gwyneth Paltrow’s digital platform Goop however Lively is adamant that it is something we haven’t seen before and “without a genre”

AW15-16 ‘ARTIST IN SEASON’

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GuiltyVine is always on the look-out for new collaborations! Each season they select and feature an inspiring “Artist-in-season” in their new collection. With just over a month until the 18th August deadline, all you budding artists can start submitting ASAP. Check out the flyer above.

Capri Couture

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Dolce and Gabbana’s most recent fashion show “Alta Moda” showcased colors and patterns that paid contribution to their home country Capri. The collection is comprised of ballgowns, embellished corsets, floral opera coats and lace sheaths. Each garment complimenting the chosen setting in Faraglioni rocks.

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