Closing the show at Bunka Fashion College, exaggerated proportions and intense print bring together the key trends of the show, Gothic and Futurism
Incredible 3d structured knitwear with cosmic style, Bunka Fashion College show
Dark, gothic elegant shapes reworked with multiple straps controlling volume and silhouettes. Another great design from the Bunka Fashion College show.
We visited the annual Bunka Fashion College open day in Tokyo for their fascinating show produced by students across all courses. Titled Energy Flow, this year’s show was divided into 10 different scenes, inspired by student illustrations. Here we see one of a range of futuristic architectural dresses with metallic geometric cutting and angular constructions.
In between shows at #MBFWMx, we caught up with Laura and Alejandra Laviada, the sisters behind Pantera, an accessories and homeware line that’s handmade in Mexico City. We love their use of exotic skins and animal prints. Check out more of their A/W 2012 collection here.
Got LA duo @Rhyemusic’s ‘The Fall’ from their upcoming EP on repeat… #sublime
Our City by City team recommends the meticulously curated selection of men’s and womenswear, as well as interiors - all under one industrial-chic roof, at the four day Dalston Department Store this weekend. Featured brands include D.S.Dundee, Hancock and Snake & Dagger.
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SlashStroke magazine launch Issue 6, 2D3D, which explores how things exist in a more multi lateral manner, open to interpretation and variation. We can’t wait to get our hands on a copy.
Haizhen Wang was announced as the winner of the 2012 Fashion Fringe at #lfw yesterday. His winning collection was inspired by the works of the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, and incporporated a fascination with Japanese armour and historical costume.
Chinese-born Haizhen Wang will now join other notable Fashion Fringe winners including Erdem, Fyodor Golan, Basso & Brooke and Corrie Nielsen.
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Hyper-Galactic superheroes of the future perhaps? Whatever the inspiration, Nixi Killick is yet another Australian design student who left us in awe at the RMIT Student Runway show
Image Source: Lucas Dawson