London-based designer Enuvie Orere talks us through her innovative and eclectic line, KIWISUMO. With core design aesthetics pulling from a variety of influences, from the Far East to the streets of London, KIWISUMO embraces the art of hybrid design and functional clothing. Keep reading to get to know the designer behind the unique, structural designs. […]Read more "Interview with London-based designer Enuvie Orere"
How long have you been a photographer? I’ve been a photographer for about over a year. I started to grab a camera at London Fashion Week in Sep 2014, so I am a beginner so far. What made you start shooting street style? When I started shooting street style, many photographers taking street style photos were […]Read more "Interview with London-Based Street Style Photographer Song Bae Pak"
As spring creeps around the corner, the streets were once again filled with style. The few scarves floating around were a last reminder of winter, an ode to its departure. Head accessories kept the cameras’ eyes up: Hats, jewels, shades, you name it. Contrasting against the feminine pastel hues, black has yet to stray from […]Read more "LFW FW16/17: Editor Picks"
Can you please say your name, age, and what you do? My name is DongKwon Han, and I am 26 years old (Korean age). Right now I’m a college student studying clothes/textiles, and I’ve been a fashion blogger for the past two years to share my favorite looks with other people. So, how did you […]Read more "Interview with Blogger Siiiido"
Out in the cold and bitter wind, for Londoners it’s all about balancing function and fashion. The chic and stylish were seen in cropped bombers, blazers, and single-breasted wears, blissfully unaware of the Frozen-like atmosphere surrounding them. The hoodie and jacket combination proved to be a fashionable, yet warm, way to do masculinity this season; […]Read more "London Men’s Fashion Week: Street Style"
Giorgio Schimmenti started his fashion adventure as a blogger 5 years ago in the sunny Sicily. Today he is based in Milan and is the fashion editor of Ulisse (Alitalia’s magazine). How did you start becoming fascinated with fashion? 6-7 years ago I noticed that to me, the most interesting part of the newspapers and […]Read more "Interview with Giorgio Schimmenti"
Please introduce yourself and your brand Adulescent. Li: My name is Juun Li, and this is Jongyun Park. At first we just wanted to spread our idea of ‘don’t grow up’. That’s the first [idea] we wanted to spread to the masses, and we were thinking of how to spread it. In the process, we […]Read more "Interview: Behind Korean Brand Adulescent"
Can you tell us a bit about yourselves and the concept behind How Two Live? J&S: We’re sisters from Australia and we look scarily alike even though we’re not twins. In 2012 Stef decided to move to Paris for six months to study french, so we thought starting a blog would be a fun way […]Read more "Interview with How Two Live"
Even as the seasons change, we still dream of Seoul Fashion Week—Especially the street style. When else do you see top bloggers, models, and fashionistas pull out all the stops? Turning back the clock, Koreans flaunted their youthful appearances with adorable hairstyles and flatforms, only to be beat by stylish babies. While unexpected prints are […]Read more "SFW: Street Style"
We had the pleasure to attend the foremost fashion event in San Diego, Fashion Week San Diego! The FWSD runway took over La Jolla’s Wall Street, making it one of the most gorgeous locales for a full on fashion show. Differing from NYFW or PFW, 23 of the designers are split between two nights. The […]Read more "Fashion Week San Diego Part 1"
Can you introduce yourself? Hello, my name is Dong Han Shin. I am 23 years old and a Korean model. What modeling agency do you work for? When did you start modeling? I first started modeling when I was 20 years old, but had to stop once I went into the Korean military [for almost […]Read more "Interview with a Model: Dong Han Shin"
When one thinks of Paris, there is the iconic Eiffel tower, wine, baguettes … And then, of course, Parisian men. Men from Paris are universally known for being the most romantic, and this Paris Fashion Week did not disappoint. Reminiscent of the Paris of old, men at Paris Fashion week brought back the man brooch. […]Read more "Paris Fashion Week: Men’s Wear Alert"
S=YZ tested the waters in their latest collection, exploring the ripples and flows of the aged concept of femininity through playful contortion. The ladylike tweed, tucked over silky slips and sheer basics, was a unique spring staple among the pastel shades. Balancing out casual touches of bombers and cropped sweatshirts, the bubbly silhouettes, along with […]Read more "Seoul FW SS’16: S=YZ"
What is it that always seems to make fashionistas seem so effortlessly flawless? They say that eyes are the windows to the soul. If that’s the case, are we subconsciously trying to hide ourselves when we wear sunglasses? Maybe it’s for this alone that bloggers and celebs seem so effortlessly flawless once they throw on […]Read more "Paris Fashion Week: Get Your Shades On"
Doii’s whimsy carried it through another season, the collection’s eclectic mix bringing out our inner child. Tiered skirts draped in metallic shine and the pieces’ use of embroidery, lace, and stripes easily charmed us with its feminine ways. Decorated with tassel detail and funky shoes, the cotton candy pinks and blues rewound the clock hands. […]Read more "Seoul FW SS’16: DOII"