MARCH 2019



MARCH 2019


Simone Rocha

SS19

Situated within a hybrid space of exuberance and serenity,

Simone Rocha’s newest collection experiments with prints and silhouettes of the Tang Dynasty,

synthesizing its stylistic elements with the romance of the Baroque era.

The pieces exhibit an outburst of embroidered flowers on tulle, long trembling veils, and bulbous shapes

—possessing a body of textural and delicate sensibilities.

The balance of Eastern and Western undertones draw

attention to the designer’s own multicultural heritage,

seductively paying homage to her

Chinese and Irish identity.




SS19

Situated within a hybrid space of exuberance and serenity,

Simone Rocha’s newest collection experiments

with prints and silhouettes of the Tang Dynasty,

synthesizing its stylistic elements with the romance of the Baroque era.

The pieces exhibit an outburst of embroidered flowers on tulle,

long trembling veils, and bulbous shapes

possessing a body of textural and delicate sensibilities.

The balance of Eastern and Western undertones draw

attention to the designer’s own multicultural heritage,

seductively paying homage to her

Chinese and Irish identity.



FEATURING: SIMONE ROCHA



Y/PROJECT SS19

At the core of Y/Project's seasonal novelty is a deliberate feeling of cautiona necessary awareness on the wearer's part as they don elastane-encased waistcoats and high-slung denim thongs (surely, a message to passing observers and their raised eyebrows). Arousingly controversial as they are, you can't help but stare at the clothes and their modifications. When couture sensibility is molded in the same arena as an obsessive, nearly desperate drive to be original, the result is Glenn Martens’ unmistakable process of design. Russian-doll trouser legs, silk shirts with stiff fins, a denim vest within its crisp white enclosure; all details that make up the offerings of Y/Project's new season. Martens' continues to radically expand the vision of the brand’s ready-to-wear, pushing the codes of classic menswear to new heights with unconventional cuts and gender-defying silhouettes. The full collection is available in-store and online now.

Y/PROJECT SS19

At the core of Y/Project's seasonal novelty is a deliberate feeling of cautiona necessary awareness on the wearer's part as they don elastane-encased waistcoats and high-slung denim thongs (surely, a message to passing observers and their raised eyebrows). Arousingly controversial as they are, you can't help but stare at the clothes and their modifications. When couture sensibility is molded in the same arena as an obsessive, nearly desperate drive to be original, the result is Glenn Martens’ unmistakable process of design. Russian-doll trouser legs, silk shirts with stiff fins, a denim vest within its crisp white enclosure; all details that make up the offerings of Y/Project's new season. Martens' continues to radically expand the vision of the brand’s ready-to-wear, pushing the codes of classic menswear to new heights with unconventional cuts and gender-defying silhouettes. The full collection is available in-store and online now.

 

FEATURING: Y/PROJECT


FEATURING: Y/PROJECT


Known for his stimulating prints,

Richard Quinn (S/S19) delivers an array of eclectic designs that demand attention and radiate a potent vitality

that is referential to a femininity that is both classical and feral.

Extravagant silhouettes are coated with decorative elements from the natural world: floral and animal patterns envelope the surface of skin-tight leggings,

oversized sleeves dress the arms, capelet coats are rendered with exaggeration and a

touch of gloss.

 
 
 
 

 

Known for his stimulating prints,

Richard Quinn (S/S19) delivers an array of eclectic designs

that demand attention and radiate a potent vitality

that is referential to a femininity that is both classical and feral.

Extravagant silhouettes are coated with decorative elements from the natural world:

floral and animal patterns envelope the surface

of skin-tight leggings, oversized sleeves dress the arms,

capelet coats are rendered with exaggeration and a

touch of gloss.

 
 
 
 

 

          FEATURING: RICHARD QUINN

FEATURING: RICHARD QUINN