Yesterday Tiger Of Sweden closed 3 days of shows at MBFW in Stockholm. The 2 gender collection titled ‘Poetic-Punk’ had a neutral colour scheme through the whole show. With womenswear using hard detailing to contrast the barely there pastels, and the menswear had a hard look across the whole collection with micro-patterns offsetting the monochrome. We loved the tartan prints, the mix of leather and sheers and just the whole collection in general!
Collaborating with Scream gallery Matthew Williamson is using the work of Shane McAdams as the print designs for his A/W 13 collection. The psychedelic dream-like landscapes have already been used on his S/S 13 collection with amazing results so why not use them again?
‘Hand to Earth’ exhibition will be presented by Williamson at Scream, followed by a month and half-long show opening 5th September 2013.
When Piers Atkinson decided to break away from the Headonism show at LFW this year we’ve have all been waiting to find out who will fill his boots. Well today we found out that Keely Hunter will be doing just that! Hunter will showcase her architectural designs at Somerset House in the Designer Showrooms and on Friday 13th September. This visor came from her S/S 13 collection so we’re sure that S/S 14 will not disappoint!
Super heroes have always been some what of style icons. And now they’ve because muses! Lauren Moshi has been enlisted by Warner Bros to create a superhero-themed clothing collection incorporating some of its most famous characters. The collaboration will take the form of character-specific capsule collections, including Wonder Woman and Super-man! Available in the US at the end of August we will have to go online to get a slice of super style!
With a little help from his multi-talented friends and the new samsung galaxy note II, Alexander Wang has created a new Wallie gym sack. Wang believes “The abstract print really captures the energy of New York City,”, and this is only too fitting as donations from sales will go to Art Start, a charity that uses creative workshops to nurture the talents of underprivileged children in New York. A good bag for a good cause.
We’re not sure if we have told you yet but we have a lovely new designer called Nathan French. His work is A-MA-ZING. His inspiration uses feathers, furs and human hair, he dyes them, combines them and transforms them to produce surprising headdresses, aprons, collars, jackets and coats. His debut collection is menswear and 2 of his beautiful coats are available to buy at http://shop.ra13.be/designers/nathan-french/.