The Fall/Winter 2013 collection by Lucio Vanotti, is derived from the institutional play between texture, structures and shapes. Deriving from the square shape, tessellate forms have been drawn as perpendicular silhouettes. Useful, basic and composed, the garments serve as sartorial tools for forward thinking leaders.
A composition of rigid, cement-like sturdy materials and fluid fabrics, allows for textural interplay. Rubbers, opulent leathers, sleek wools and sheer cotton stretch have been yielded and fused with one another. The resulting lineage follows dressers’ rationale, deriving from structured craftsmanship, with a focus on shirting, jackets and tees. The cool colour palette, comprised of dark blue, hued greys, blacks and crisp sky blues and whites, underlines the resolute Nordic and wintry appeal of the collection. Henceforth, variations of minute depictions of concrete surfaces, the human eye and pixelated sea have been added as print detailing.
Lucio Vanotti also introduces, in collaboration with Peter Non, a sultry dress shoe, reminiscent of a sleek sandal. Henceforth, Lucio Vanotti aims to equip urban travellers with a personal take on the iconic rucksack, comprised of quilted leather and sturdy waxed rubber. The collection “CONCRETE” allows for stern reflection on daily escapology and the irreverent exploration of the suspension of time
Louren Groenewald, Oliver Stummvoll, Ryan Tift, Taylor Ashmore and Thorben Gärtner at Kult Model Agency captured by the lens of Oscar Falk and styled by Lars-Fredrik Svedberg, for the latest issue of Kult magazine.
Nike’s standout ‘Mayfly’, crafted from premium suede and featuring woven detailing throughout. An understated but striking style, the sneakers are finished with a lace-up closure and a durable rubber sole for comfort.
Cover story captured by Matt Irwin and art directed by Nicola Formichetti with actor and singer Olly Alexander, an openly gay singer who doesn’t use ambiguity in his lyrics to make him pass for straight, in order to entice a legion of screaming girls. FY! also analyse various points of view of what an outsider is through editorials, texts and interviews with among others Ahmed Abdelrahman, Demna Gvasalia and Henrik Silvius.