FENDI and Anrealage Wow with Color-Changing Menswear

Italian fashion house Fendi recently debuted their Men’s Fall Winter 2020 collection on the runway, but the ‘wow’ moment was when four photo chromatic looks were altered by UV lights to turn them from white to yellow in front of the crowd. Read more

Fredrik Tjærandsen Blows Up The Runway With Balloon Dresses

Fredrik Tjaerandsen Balloon Dresses

If you’ve not yet heard of Fredrik Tjærandsen, a fashion design student at Central Saint Martins and recent L’Oreal Professional Young Talent Award Winner, you will. His ‘balloon’ dresses featured in CSM’s Fashion Design Womenswear BA graduate show for 2019, have blown up the internet, so to speak. Read more

Iris Van Herpen’s Spring 2019 Collection Should Be In A Museum

Sculptural, sensual and simply breathtaking, the  Iris van Herpen Spring 2019 collection of haute couture takes wearable art to a new level. Inspired by early examples of celestial cartography and its representations of mythological and astrological chimera, the collection of womenswear is as innovative as it is beautiful. Read more

Highlights From The Met’s Alexander McQueen Fashion Retrospective, Savage Beauty.

Alexander McQueen Fashion Retrospective

From May 4 through August 7th, The Metropolitan Museum of Art featured an impressive exhibit of the innovative fashions of the late Alexander McQueen. The exhibition, organized by The Costume Institute, celebrated the talented and sorely missed Alexander McQueen’s extraordinary contributions to fashion. From his Central Saint Martins postgraduate collection of 1992 to his final runway presentation, which took place after his death in February 2010, Mr. McQueen challenged and expanded the understanding of fashion beyond utility to a conceptual expression of culture, politics, and identity. Read more