FW17 collection looks into gracious sophistication aligned with moderation and
civility. In the original and timeless spirit of the YE house, the FW17
collection establishes witty dialectics between intriguing elements and fluid
forms. The collection's realism intensely explores innovation and timelessness
achieving a dream-like quality of women as modern warriors or constructs a
visual diction of Cavallier poetry. Uniquely streamlined silhouettes, understatedly
luxurious garments and recognisable Eleftheriades tailoring hold appeal for the
avant-garde and cultivated devotees alike. With a blend of buttoned up collars,
strong coats and slim uniforms the collection solidifies a superior mise-en-scene, imbued with the polished sovereignty
of powerful design. "
The hero of the story is a bionic android Idoru - the last heir of an ancient Japanese tradition of Kabuki. Idoru plays all the roles in theatre alone. Classic make-up was transformed into physical masks, giving the person a special character and manner of play. The eyewear shapes deeply interact with imagination and affects to perception of the image.
Photographer: Dmitry Zhuravlev Stylist: Danila Polyakov Model: Elena Sudakova Makeup artist: Masha Efremenko Hair & wigs: Arkhimanush Designer: Konstantin Shilyaev
“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” – jacques cousteau
A collection inspired by the under the sea adventures of the french explorer. The breathtaking fragility of beauty of coral reefs and with that life.
The 2017-1 collection is photographed in the atelier of french sculpture philippe morel. After discovering artist philippe morel, peet dullaert found echo of his own universe; an exploration of organic shape and human anatomy.
Creative direction by Peet Dullaert. Photography by Robbert Jacobs f eaturing models Jessica van Leeuwen and Sam van Humskerken. styling by David Gomez Villamediana. casting by Mitch Macken – MM casting
The new project BAROCK by Sylvio Giardina is inspired by classical forms of jewelry reinterpreted in a contemporary way. The jewels of the past are reproduced using only key elements, giving the object a new memory. Thin plexiglass sheets, expertly hand colored creating an unique color palette for the collection, are replacing the precious stones with classic cuts. The metal is treated with a ruthenium ultra black galvanic giving the jewelry a rock look.