Millennials, the sun is setting on your day of glory. You are no longer the ‘favorite child’ of marketers and luxury brands. Very soon, your influence will wain and all attention will be diverted to Generation Z consumers, t
It’s that time of the year! We’re all looking back and appreciating the results of our hard work, but also thinking about how we could’ve done better… and so, we start jotting down our New Year’s resolutions.
First, she filled a backpack with school supplies, now she has filled an entire library with books. After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Amanda Munz could have worked a 9-to-5 job and had a stable salary, but instead she became a founder of a charity, and spends over 12 hours every day working to send school supplies to kids.…….
New York-based Fashion Designer Victor Barragán spear-heads a new genre of creativity that lies limitless between the bounds of Fashion and Art. At 25, Victor has proved, over six collections, that New York is ready to finally be an epicenter of “what’s next” in Fashion:…….
The fashion industry is buzzing about Johnny Coca and how, in just three years, he has turned the Mulberry brand around with his innovative business strategy, his inventive and exuberant collections and some seriously covetable bags and accessories…..
Exotic romance emanates from the palatial gowns and gently tiered dresses that make their debut appearances from the atelier of Madame Eman Alajlan. Developed under the core structures of quality, precision, finest detail and finishings; each piece, nearly led by the breeze, seem to brush the cheeks of its adorners.
Joseph Altuzarra’s eponymous brand has mastered the art of sophisticated whimsy. Raised in Paris, there is the unmistakable hand of a Frenchman at work – sharp lines, racy colors, nipped waists – but, after spending a decade in New York, Altuzarra has also captured a playful female essence that is feels celebratory and fun. We spoke with the designer about his recent return home to France, the creative process, and… Princess Mononoké.
Born and raised in the Ecuadorian city of Cuenca, Ruiz established her creative inclinations for striking contrasts in patterns and asymmetries at an early age. It wasn’t until she participated in several beauty pageant shows for Miss Peru and Miss Ecuador, that she decided to embark on an entirely new venture: one that she could call her own. Soon after, Ruiz made the journey to China and acquired a comprehensive education in dressmaking.
His rise to becoming one of Manila’s sought-after haute couture designers is a beautiful story of pursuing happiness, hard-work, dedication, and humility. The story continues with Michael Leyva’s official presence in the United States, bringing his ornate gowns to the Los Angeles fashion district.
Lulu Figueroa is a doe-eyed Spanish beauty who is the daughter of Álvaro Figueroa Griffith and Lucila Domecq Williams and a descendant of the Counts of Romanones. But more importantly she is an up and coming artist whose colorful and whimsical pantings have already been shown in a number of exhibitions, most notably one sponsored by the Marlborough Gallery.
Jessica Markowskiis part of the hyphenated generation whose creativity isn’t limited to just one area. Model, actress and content creator is how she describes herself. You could add to that hard working and determined. Markowski, who lives in New York City, comes from a family of immigrants who instilled in her a strong work ethnic and a drive to succeed.
Daniel de la Falaise was one of the most relevant models of the 90’s and has been photographed by the greatest. Then his life took an interesting twist. He became the right-hand man to his famed uncle Mark Birley working as a chief in his restaurant, Harry’s Bar. In this exclusive interview, he opened up about food, the sex of the vegetables, his new book, and his grandmother, the great Maxime de la Falaise, who was Warhol’s muse and a key person in Daniel’s life.