Ten years in with a presence in over 40 countries, Nobis is well known for its outwear and winter accessories.
Travelling from the mountains to the city streets, Nobis has the ideal winter coats and jackets for men and women. The ergonomic design, the high tech materials and fine, contemporary lines are Nobis' main characteristics for its collections.
Even though this season, the Canadian born outerwear brand introduces 'Transitional', its first ever lightweight collection and it seems to be the ideal one for the London weather too!
Twenty different new styles for men and women, in simple lines and 'unisex' aesthetic, willing to be your favourite pieces this Spring. The 'Transitional' collection consists of the classic dark colours and also a colourful injection of reds, ice blues and dusky pinks.
Kyle Lo Monaco is a London based fashion designer who doesn't like labels and barriers on his creations.
He has introduced himself through his custom and bespoke made services and finally we are happy to present you his first official project which is a capsule collection before the first completed Kyle Lo Monaco collection for Spring Summer 2019.
The 'Not of the Age' collection is taking inspiration from every day life activities that used to be a man's job but they have been adopted to be done by the modern woman of 2018 as well. Painting the walls, gardening or customizing a furniture are some of the activities that Kyle's mother has been doing in her daily routine and work as an interior designer, and that was the main inspiration of the collection. A modern mother that equally works and performs as the contemporary man of 2018. His mother and his strong heritage background have been strong influences of him and his projects in the past, and they still own a huge part of inspiration on the current collection.
Black, white and red are the main colours of the 'Not the Age' collection with oversized shirts, light layering and stripes patterns leading the project. Versatile, contemporary pieces that can be worn even from her boyfriend, as the collection has a gender fluid aesthetic.
The campaign is photographed by Christina Ebenezer and styled by Kyle Lo Monaco.
Prada unveiled its SS18 campaign, Photographed by Willy Vanderperre.
The images feature the drawings created by artists Ollie Schrauwen and James Jean featured both in the collection as well as the PRADA runway showspace.
Drawing inspiration not only from the aesthetics of comic books but their ideology, the overriding sense is of youth, energy, heroism – a fresh perspective on both the artwork, and the Prada Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The artwork backdrops, drawn from the Prada showspace on Via Fogazzaro, accentuate the blurred line between actuality and fantasy – real-life models seem to become comic-book characters; perspectives are challenged, and ultimately exploded. The isolated landscape of each image evokes an individual scenario, a specific storyline; combined, the different images add up to a reflection on the multi-faceted world of today. The world of Prada. – from PRADA
CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC global spring summer 2018 campaign featuring the collection designed by label’s Chief Creative Office RAF SIMONS is out now.
After the much talked about Kardashian-Jenner featured underwear ads, the denim empire has released its fashion campaign starring a slew of promising models on the scene. Models are posing in a barnyard themed shoot for label’s regular fashion photographer Willy Vanderperre.