The Fabricant is an Amsterdam-based digital-only fashion house that fuses reality with a digital scape where a hybrid aesthetic of both universes exist and evolve.
FASHION & BEAUTY
On Neomedievalism and its Aesthetics
Although medieval aesthetics have been present in the media for years, this last decade has been witnessing its revamping. Artists like Caroline Polachek or ARCA have been championing certain elements of this aesthetic for some time, and fashion powerhouses like Balenciaga gave us a more literal interpretation of it in the digital presentation of their fall 2021 collection.
Breaking Barriers & Beauty Standards at Fashion Art Toronto
While skinny and tall women with defined facial structures walk under the spotlight in the most prestigious fashion runways, such as New York, Paris, and Milan Fashion Week, Toronto runways differ and exude the multicultural diversity of Canada.
A Subculture is Born: AI Fashion
AI Fashion is slowly but surely taking over. Rapidly growing in popularity and interest, the first AI Fashion Week was held last week in NYC, and as interest in the power of AI blooms amongst the fashion community and consumers – the technology which supports it develops further, expanding creative potential and disturbing the fashion space.
Nylon in Luxury: A Miuccia Prada Story
In the 1980s, much to everyone’s surprise – a young Miuccia Prada boldly opted to introduce a nylon range into Prada’s accessories, ditching the traditional leather accessories selection to include a material that had since been excluded from luxury altogether.
DOG / MEETS / CHAINSAW
Introducing “DOG / MEETS / CHAINSAW”, an editorial project created by Montreal-based creative director and stylist Rym Guimili, in collaboration with a talented team of local artists.
Renaissance Revival: Let Them Eat Cake!
Beauty and fashion are constantly influenced by history, trends are reborn and reimagined through modern lenses – subverting gender roles, reappropriating stereotypes, and shifting perspectives of beauty.
Delivering a Viral Fashion Moment in a Digital Age
Fashion is theatrical by nature, and designers have always embraced the evolution of technology – gimmicks, shock factor, and innovation are no strangers to the runway, but Social Media has without a doubt brought forward a formidable platform for brands to not only showcase their designs but also bring press and discussion about a collection.
Jeremy Scott’s Contribution to Camp
After 10 years leading the Italian fashion house, Jeremy Scott has announced he will be stepping down as Moschino’s creative director.