EN|NOIR pushes the Fashion Theater presentation concept with an original set built out by artist Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen of Brooklyn-based design firm, Snarkitecture. The presentation featured a choreographed dance by American dancer Lil Buck and custom track by Stelios Phili. Forgoing the standard runway setup, the Spring/Summer 2014 EN|NOIR collection was shown within the specially designed “Coal Wasteland” set, with model Willy Cartier showcasing new pieces like the all new Rock Moto Jacket in White.
The Spring/Summer 2014 collection grabs inspiration from rock n roll, and fuses it with true functionality, as designer Rob Garcia pushes familiar silhouettes to the limit while keeping EN| NOIR pieces wearable for both men and women. This season, EN|NOIR features more technical pieces with textured and smoked neoprene on sweatpants and outerwear, photo print realism embroidery, stretched leather on tops, denimtech waxed fabrics and more.
Ria Keburia is a young Georgian Fashion Designer and curator of the Ria Keburia Gallery. Active in the Russian fashion scene, she divides her time between Paris whilst putting Georgian designers on the international scene. We… »
“What is done in the dark?…”, the title of the new PATH SS17 collection by German designer Janine Grosche, refers to the belief that everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every secret will be brought to light.
Last night at Pier 36 in New York, dancers, beatboxers, whistlers and musicians came together to celebrate the runway debut of KENZO x H&M with a spectacular show directed by fashion legend Jean-Paul Goude.