“Part of our experience as fashion people, as creators, as designers, as editors, is that there’s a huge creative process which involves everything from meeting people – new girls, models, photographers – and creating. And creating isn’t done in a vacuum or a bubble. It might be done in the bubble of our world, our fashion world, but it’s the stimulation of the entire world that is the catalyst that gives us the drive and the energy and the passion to create.” (more…)
The one show that dominated my NYFW social feeds? The Row AW20. One wag described it as “the same collection I’ve been seeing for the last six seasons.” No matter; its predictable self-assured minimalism and quiet tailoring offer something of a sartorial salve in troubled times. And after all, anti-fashion is the new Fashion. (Or something.) Highlights were the floor-nuzzling trench coats, collarless boxy jackets and full-legged pants. Plus more rollnecks layered under unadulterated shirting (also trending this season, fyi). (more…)
Loving this style profile of Venetia Scott on Matchesfashion.com. Scott is a photographer, stylist and fashion director of British Vogue, and was also instrumental in making Marc Jacobs the must-have insider label of the 2000s.
In collaboration with Matches, she has her first photography exhibition, ‘Fragile Face Lay Flat’ showing at the Matches Townhouse, 5 Carlos Place, London, W1, from 16-28 September 2019. More info here. (more…)
“A younger audience seeing things with fresh eyes isn’t looking for origin or reason. I always looked for origin. I wanted to know where the Adolfo tweed jacket came from. It came from Chanel. I wanted to know where the Chanel one came from. It came from a fisherman. I loved that. It was part of the seduction of anything. How did these things come to be? (more…)