In a captivating exhibition of sartorial elegance, Gucci reveals its latest campaign, a testament to the refined and human-centric design philosophy of Sabato De Sarno.
Mario Fugnitto is the visionary behind Toronto-based eponymous brand Fugnitto; a blend of Italian heritage and underground queer aesthetics which encompasses a fusion of the designers unique cultural vantage.
Shot in the historical Rialto theatre by a team of Montreal creatives, Drama Fatigue portrays a young actress captivated by life on the stage.
Toronto’s longest running multi-arts fashion week Fashion Art Toronto today announced details for its four-day Fall fashion showcase. Running Thursday, November 16 through Sunday, November 19, the event will take place at Black Creek Assembly (131 McCormack St), a 20,000 square foot industrial warehouse in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood.
“A Place is Deeply Possessed” explores the intimate connection between people and their surroundings. Through evocative imagery, it highlights a seamless integration into the diverse environments that envelope us, from urban landscapes to the serenity of nature.
All eyes were on Peter Do this September. Like, literally. Do’s collection for Helmut Lang is the debut of the New York season, anticipated by all since the moment it was announced this summer.
It’s not just a bag, “it’s a Baguette,” as Carrie Bradshaw aptly corrected the thief who demanded the Fendi purse from her in the beloved late-’90s sitcom, Sex and the City.
Fashion has its muses, and history has its legends. More often than not, they overlap. Take, for instance, the influence of mythology on fashion: Hermès and Nike owe their names to Greek goddesses, and the Versace logo is an homage to Medusa.
Berlin, 2023—before us, on the DZHUS runway, is the breathtaking beauty of an outfit transformation. Hands work through cloth and hardware to reveal a new way to style a garment.