FEBRUARY 2019



FEBRUARY 2019


SS19

Comme Des Garçons S/S19 displays a wide array of possibilities in

liberating the human form from its confines.

The pieces contain erratic lacerations within their fabrication—

allowing the skin to reveal itself in the most unfamiliar areas, displaying its physical qualities that mirror the texture of the collection’s own corporeal appeal.

Chain-link accessories serve as a metaphor for the shackles of womanhood,

shedding light on the ambivalent relationship between

carnal fortification and expression.

SS19

Comme Des Garçons S/S19 displays a wide array of possibilities

in liberating the human form from its confines.

The pieces contain erratic lacerations within their fabrication—

allowing the skin to reveal itself in the most unfamiliar areas,

displaying its physical qualities that mirror the texture of the collection’s own corporeal appeal.

Chain-link accessories serve as a metaphor for the shackles of womanhood,

shedding light on the ambivalent relationship between

carnal fortification and expression.



DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

ROKH & SIES MARJAN S/S19

Our S/S19 editorial exhibits an ethereal juxtaposition of gravity and lightness by balancing Sies Marjan’s airy fabrics with the density of Rohk’s outerwear pieces. The contrast of weight and overall presentation of lightness and darkness further creates a separation between positive and negative space, emphasizing the complementary nature of oppositions.

FEATURING: ROKH, SIES MARJAN S/S19

ROKH & SIES MARJAN S/S19

Our S/S19 editorial exhibits an ethereal juxtaposition of gravity and lightness by balancing Seis Marjan’s airy fabrics with the density of Rohk’s outerwear pieces. The contrast of weight and overall presentation of lightness and darkness further creates a separation between positive and negative space, emphasizing the complementary nature of oppositions.

FEATURING: ROKH, SIES MARJAN S/S19



CRAIG GREEN S/S19

Drawing inspiration from the uniforms of policemen and surgeons, Craig Green’s S/S19 collection plays with the printing of fabric layers all while moving them in a slightly different direction to create aesthetic interest. With a generous amount of attention paid to textile design, each piece points to the blending of technology and crafty tradition, utilitarianism and bold visual effects.

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

CRAIG GREEN S/S19

Drawing inspiration from the uniforms of policemen and surgeons, Craig Green’s S/S19 collection plays with the printing of fabric layers all while moving them in a slightly different direction to create aesthetic interest. With a generous amount of attention paid to textile design, each piece points to the blending of technology and crafty tradition, utilitarianism and bold visual effects.