“I think it did have a reputation of a rough place, but I feel like creativity has always lived in Glasgow.” These are the words Flint, one of the Glasgow School of Art students used to describe his school in the 2017 iD Magazine documentary. Known all over the world for incredibly high standards, attention … Continue reading “Fashion doesn’t have to be superficial” Interview with Julia Napoleon Ka
The Glasgow School of Art is without a doubt one of the most renowned and respected university-level institutions for future creatives in the country. It seems to be impossible to even read an article or watch a video about the city that wouldn’t include some information about the school. The students usually describe the place … Continue reading The Glasgow School of Art fashion show
Source: Getty Images/ P. Kovarik The passing of Karl Lagerfeld has left everyone interested in high fashion shocked. "What's gonna happen to Chanel and Fendi?" - people are asking on social media. There is no doubt that Lagerfeld changed the world of fashion, introducing some of the most controversial ideas at the same time staying loyal … Continue reading What’s going to happen to Karl Lagerfeld’s cat?
I have no intention to offend anyone, make fun of certain people or judge other people's taste in fashion. The post has been written in a humorous way and should be treated as a joke. Chanel I decided to kick off with a big one. The iconic french womenswear brand is known for its expensive … Continue reading Customer profiles of major luxury brands
"I don’t think I’m going to be at all famous. I don’t think I could handle it. I’d probably go mad, d'you know I mean? I would go mad." Said Amy Winehouse in one of her early interviews. Yesterday would have been her 35th birthday. Music stars of numerous genres often appear in fashion magazines. … Continue reading A closer look at the style of Amy Winehouse
When one of the most respected, successful and just simply coolest designers in the world announced his departure from the house of Givenchy, the whole industry was in shock. Brilliant Italian couturier Riccardo Tisci left the iconic fashion house after twelve years. During that time, he managed to redefine the way we look at modern … Continue reading Burberry is facing the biggest transformation in its history
House of Versace, kept on the top by the amazing Donatella, never disappoints me during their men's fashion week presentations. The woman-powerhouse worked really hard over that past twenty years to keep the brand relevant, luxurious and interesting. Versace's original codes have been kept authentic, appealing and surely stood the test of time, which wasn't … Continue reading Donatella’s a tumblr girl at heart: Versace S/S 2019
"You dumb bitch", I thought while talking to this white, privileged middle class born girl. I met her at one of the London Fashion Week afterparties. After going totally crazy and trying something she's never done before (drinking beer, like, ugh, working class) she left her 6'5 tall boyfriend inside the pub alone with some … Continue reading Remembering Lee: few words about Alexander McQueen then and now.
"It's time for this brand to tell another story." Said Alessandro Michele, Gucci's current creative director during his interview for the New York Times. Charismatic man that seems like Gandalf or Dumbledore mixed with an impressionist artist, just like Monet, paints his dreamy, colourful and bohemian visions on the canvas of current fashion world. At … Continue reading Gucci or Prada? What are the differences between two Italian fashion giants?