MOMENTS | Dries Van Noten SS15, Rick Owens SS15, Balenciaga SS15, Jon Hopkins Asleep Versions, Jacquemus x Play-Doh


1. Inspired by John Everett Millais’ Ophelia and Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night Drea, the Dries Van Noten SS15 collection was a thing of pre-Rafaelite beauty.
2. Primal and untouched romanticism dominated the Rick Owens SS15 show.
3. For his Balenciaga SS15 collection, Alexander Wang stuck with geometric lines and tonal embroideries to merge that Parisian and New York aesthetic.
4. Listen to Jon Hopkins’s new version of “Form by Firelight”. Hopkins also announced a new EP, titled Asleep Versions.
5. How charming. Jacquemus-meets-Play-Doh. Eleanor Macnair recreated Play-Doh sculpture of some of the best looks from the SS15 collection.

MOMENTS | Link up: Balenciaga FW14, FashionTV Runway Flashback, Lanvin FW14, Travi$ Scott Remixes King Krule, Ryan McGinley

Staying relevant on the go.
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1. Alexander Wang’s vision for Balenciaga this season was an ardent hybridization of textiles. The knitwear got the most impressive reinvention—cable knits were laminated with latex or bonded with leather, and rugby dresses were knit from Japanese polyester jersey. 

MOMENTS | Link Up: Psy, Makr Shakr Bartender, Hatsune Miku, Alexander Wang x Balenciaga, Anonymous Journal Entries


Staying relevant on the go.

“A lot of my work is a matter of reacting to surprises in life.” —Alexander Wang
1. Could summer’s latest dance craze be upon us? Psy releases the Follow up to “Gangman Style”— “Gentleman M/V.
2. Meet Makr Shakr, a robotic bartender to be unveiled at Google I/O next month.

MAKER | Celebrating the Legacy of M/M Paris


A celebration of the creatives who remix their craft in thought-provoking new ways. 
We love Parisian designers M/M Paris (Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag) for their romantic and illustrative approach to design that’s free and whimsical—yet controlled and calculated.   
Their first job as a duo was designing the launch of Yohji Yamamoto’s Y range (Y-3) in 1993. Soon after, they fell into step with fashion photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin with whom they’ve been collaborating with on campaigns for brands like Givenchy, Balenciaga, and Calvin Klein ever since.