THE HIDDEN FASHION LIBRARY
SHAPED BY THE SEA
TAKE FESTIVAL 2017:
The Hidden Fashion Library
26th – 29th of April 2017
SLEEPWALKING WITH MUUN
„Shaped by the sea” is a journey through a men’s memories.
PENIS SHAPED BOTTLE OPENERS
Clothes are a subtle language in themselves. Mastering the vocabulary means that no matter where or when, you’re dressed with integrity.
LONG LAST WAIT
The western world is culturally and ideologically anchored in US and European values.
Photography Cibelle Levi
Art Direction & Styling Tom Abihdana
Model Regina Aniki
JUXTAPOSE: both AUTUMN/WINTER 2017
The UY Zone presentation was a celebration of the 3rd anniversary of the label’s existing in Berlin.
...WHEN YOU HAVE YOUR EYES CLOSED
Both’s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection embodies the brand’s desire to reimagine.
YOU WILL MISS SUNSHINE...
Pictures from Mexico and Guatemala shot on a 35mm Olympus by Theresa Gross - Part. II
Pictures from Mexico and Guatemala shot on a 35mm Olympus by Theresa Gross - Part. I
Photography Lucie Hugary
Styling Omar Thomas
Hair & Make-Up Virginia Le Fay
Model Denya@ Next Miami
Photography John Karsenty
Styling Stephy Galvani
Model Sophie Monseu
NIKELAB X RICARDO TISCI
Tom Jean Webb. Born in 1982. Lives and works in London, UK. His work started off as an interest in aesthetics of social movements.
T-MICHAEL SPRING/SUMMER 2017
Riccardo Tisci channels his unmistakable aesthetic through the legendary 90s icon that shaped Italian footwear culture.
THE POETRY OF MATERIAL THINGS
The pursuit for an effortless modern day man’s wardrobe continues. The foundation is tailoring with emphasis on cuts, shapes, proportions to create the revered gentleman’s attire.
CALERN BY ALBERTO SINIGAGLIA
This whole story started when Stylist Célia Moutawahid visited Marie Lautrou Atelier (Pmpm), a tiny and charming place in Paris 11ème.
DIMITRI ARVANITIS FALL/WINTER 2016/17
Alberto Sinigaglia studied architecture at IUAV in Venice, Italy.
Dimitri Arvanitis is of Greek-German descent and was trained at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp (Class of 2013).
Japanese label DEVOA by designer Daisuke Nishida constructs of pattern toward movement of skin, muscle, and frame for an action.