On June 21, 2015 Prada unveils its Spring/Summer 2016 Men’s and Women’s collection in the Via Fogazzaro show space in Milan. Plastic sheets hang down acting as a virtual mold that defines the catwalk and seating areas, while the concrete ground area acts as the negative of the above scene.
The new BOSS Womenswear collection reveals it. Only the second season for the brand’s recently appointed Artistic Director, the celebrated designer mixed precise tailoring with soft, unstructured fabrications while experimenting with unconventional pairings–like a tailored suit with relaxed, drawstring pants–and seamlessly combined the informal and formal, rendering the lines between day and night obsolete.
f it’s Tuesday this must be Chanel — in New York City, via Salzburg. And there’s Pharrell, dressed in his signature shorts, now sporting a jaunty bellman’s cap. Perched next to him on an overstuffed Louis XV settee Beyoncé flashes a smile.
If this is confusing, let’s back up.
For her third season as a Louis Vuitton ambassadress, Peter Lindeberg shot actress Michelle Williams with the Capucines bag in new shades. Michelle Williams, who recently starred on Broadway in the acclaimed revival of the musical Cabaret, codirected by Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall, was shot by Peter Lindberg in a series of images revealing an intriguing balance of force and fragility that makes her personality so compelling.
Mademoiselle Yulia simultaneously juggles the roles of DJ, founder of a jewelry brand, singer and icon of the Tokyo electro music scene. Her style? Undeniably eccentric! With her striking mane of blue-tinted hair, this young 27-year-old woman seamlessly mixes designer pieces with vintage clothing.