2015/07/01

DOLCE & GABBANA FALL WINTER CAMPAIGN








Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have been on a maternal streak lately: casting adorable grandmas in their spring 2015 campaign, dedicating their fall 2015 runway show to mothers, and controversially coming out in support of "traditional" families.
Once again, family takes center stage in Dolce & Gabanna's fall 2015 campaign. The brand's ads always have a festive feel and feature more than one model, but they may have packed the most people, in the most diverse range of ages, into this one. Every generation is represented, with all the models (including Ashleigh Good, Vittoria Ceretti, Esmerelda Seay Reynolds, Tami Williams and Sora Choi) clad in the "Viva la Mama"-themed collection. They take selfies, eat plates of spaghetti, croon over babies and listen to music on headphones. 
So while Dolce & Gabbana's vision of a family may be a little traditional, the campaign is undeniably fun and cheerful — and that's surely what most consumers will notice first.  Via Fashionista.com

2015/05/10

VAN CLEEF AND ARPELS | SPRINGTASTIC


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Van Cleef & Arpel has always been in my radar with their cult favourite lucky charm Alhambra bracelet.  My latest photoshoot celebrating spring and Van Cleef & Arpels floral jewels led me to revisit some of the atelier’s signature pieces and their latest collections. 2 finger rings have been the rage of late and one particular piece that struck me is their pink gold and sapphire Between The Finger kite ring.
Check out the rest of their spring collection here.
Shot by: Jason Capobianco
Styled by: Grace Lam

2015/04/28

COACH | DOWNTOWN SKATING

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Karen Wong
Co-founder of Nappahead wearing Coach SS15 -
| COACH X BASEMAN BUSTER LE FAUVE HANDBAG T-SHIRT  | 
CROPPED MOD JACKET | WILD BEAST PRINT SKIRT | TURNLOCK SHOWER SLIDE 

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Cartoon characters crawling across sweaters and decorating leather bags. Parkas made from pastel synthetic fur fluff. Shower slides and platform clogs. Stuart Vevers isn't holding anything back in his repositioning of Coach. On the runway, at least, this is not the classic, all-American brand that your mother and your grandmother knew. Revisiting the archives was a route that Vevers, installed as creative director last year, could've chosen, but so far that doesn't seem to be his plan. Yes, he's looking at American iconography (see: the gas station set and the photos of the Texas Panhandle lining the runway). And he's a keen observer of the country's iconic youth cultures—he mentioned music, surfing, and skating backstage. But he sees those things with an expat's eyes. Vevers, who is British, is bringing his London vibe to Coach; it's youthful, playful, a bit twisted.   via Style.com and whoareinvited.com