I’m diggin this Pirate of the Carribean meets French Renaissance editorial by British Vogue.
Have you ever wondered what it was like to go behind the scenes and be in the front row of Milan Men Fashoin Week? Well here is your chance…
Tom Rebl, Philipp Plein, Frankie Morelli. Enjoy
This is one of my favorites because it was one of the most challenging styling jobs of my life. Jil Sander literally gave me 5 articles of clothing (no shoes!) and I had to make it work on two models. (more…)
Sibling SS16 PVC laces pencil skirt for Vogue Japan by Anna Dello Russo
Original article: WWD NEW YORK — Two employees have filed a lawsuit against Kering Americas Inc., Alexander McQueen Trading America Inc. and others alleging racial discrimination, among… Read more “Kering Inc., Alexander McQueen face discrimination lawsuit (again)”
The British Fashion Council announced today that Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, will receive the 2015 International Designer Award, in recognition of the year’s remarkable achievements in… Read more “Gucci’s Alessandro Michele wins the BFC 2015 International Designer Award”
Model Poppy Okotcha wears the best textures and trenches of Fall 2015.
According to Fashionista, Karl Lagerfeld will hold his new Cruise 2017 runway show in Havana, Cuba. Lagerfeld has staged cruise shows in Texas, Dublin, Venice, Singapore, and Dubai. But, Chanel… Read more “Chanel announces its Cruise 2017 runway show in Havana, Cuba”
The truth is, fashion never really has anything to hold onto. It is a smoke and mirrors business, captivating audiences with their infantile illusions. The fantasy creations… Read more “Alber Elbaz exits Lanvin: Another tragedy in fashion”
German stylist Armin Morbach has worked with some of the fashion industry’s most important designers and photographers (Demarchelier, Lagerfeld, Testino) on fashion shows and editorials, but in 2008 he… Read more “Armin Morbach: Position before Pose Exhibition in Berlin”
This editorial by photographer Erik Madigan Heck was created for Harpers Bazaar October 2015 print edition.
Brunch is the new thing in Europe. I am so happy Europeans are finally embracing the breakfast/lunch team-up. This seasonal crab dish, called the Catalan of King… Read more “Eat Seasonally: The Catalan of King Crab Salad”
“You have to have passion. It doesn’t matter what passion you have,” says Michelle, echoing her Haitian mother, who taught her to either do it to the… Read more “PRIM by Michelle Elie: Inspired by architect Carlo Scarpa”
Happy Birthday to Oscar Wilde, my favorite writer! A gentleman known for his brilliant (and sarcastic) wisdom. #oscarwilde
I have to be honest a part of me wonders if the leaders of Balenciaga have learned anything from the Alexander/Cristóbal pairing. Today, they have announced that Demna… Read more “Vetéments Demna Gvasalia appointed creative director of Balenciaga.”
Gisele, edited and art directed by Giovanni Bianco, features over 300 photographs of its namesake taken by talents like frequent collaborator Mario Testino, Corinne Day, Peter Lindbergh,… Read more “The Gisele book from Taschen”
One of the more interesting brands at fashion week was Musette 1991. I loved the collection but upon speaking with the press and the Musette 1991 designer Cristina… Read more “Musette 1991: A Heritage Brand in Transition”
It fascinates me how a designer’s best collection is their farewell collection. It seems that once they know they’re leaving, they release all constraints, as if to… Read more “Balenciaga Spring 2016: Alexander Wang releases ALL constraints and shines!”
This is a peek at an amazing new designer you will love! More to come!
I’m traveling around to shows for Paris Fashion Week. Some big, most small and I’m really grateful for the experience.
Mario Massimo Palmisano was born in Enna, central Sicily, Italy, in 1971.