Julian Zigerli’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection represents the guilty pleasures of the heart – what we all desire, but would never admit. Emphasising on everything in the familiar setting the humble house-cat calls home, the pieces showcase a warm, comforting core, teamed with an edge of narcissism and egoism for good measure.
A key aspect of the collection is a series of prints created in collaboration with the Zürich based graphic trio, MOIRÉ. These include tartans made with domestic copy machines, graffitied brick walls reformed into an original camouflage and a graphically manipulated leopard print complete with a hidden face – another nod to the cat.
In Portuguese, the phrase “sacana” can mean different things, depending on the context. It can translate to “rascal” or “bastard”/”fucker”. It’s not uncommon for a Grandmother to playfully refer to their grandchild as a “sacana” when the child… »
Converse is 100 years old now and they will celebrate with a lot of new features this season. One of them, inspired by the iconic Chuck family. For the Chuck Modern Colors, the brand has rescued some… »