FASHION TOGETHER: FASHION’S MOST EXTRAORDINARY DUOS ON THE ART OF COLLABORATION

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Fashion Together: Fashion's Most Extraordinary Duos on the Art of CollaborationFashion Together: Fashion’s Most Extraordinary Duos on the Art of Collaboration

While fashion is an industry where the individual thrives, there are a significant number of duos that have made an impact. A new book from Lou Stoppard recognizes this. The editor-at-large of London’s SHOWstudio, Stoppard unveils the must-have book, “Fashion Together: Fashion’s Most Extraordinary Duos on the Art of Collaboration.”


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It’s published by Rizzoli New York and includes a foreword by Andrew Bolton. The hardcover also features 400 color and black and white photographs. Available now via Amazon and other book retailers, the publication offers a look behind the scenes at several of the industry’s top collaborators.

Related: Sharif Hamza Snaps Model Duos for V Magazine’s ‘Double Vision’ Spread

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Stoppard engages in conversation with intriguing duos. Featured talents range from photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
 to designers Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler. Purchase the book today for a collection of handwritten notes, never-before-seen photographs and sketches, and fashion editorials. Published conversations broach topics such as early inspirations and the reality of working in the industry.

BOOK CONTENTS

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“Fashion Together: Fashion’s Most Extraordinary Duos on the Art of Collaboration” profiles:

  • Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand
  • Rick Owens and Michèle Lamy
  • Nick Knight and Daphne Guinness
  • Riccardo Tisci and Mariacarla Boscono
  • Jonathan Anderson and Benjamin Bruno
  • Shaun Leane on Alexander McQueen
  • Kim Jones and Alister Mackie
  • Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren
  • Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez
  • Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
  • Carol Lim and Humberto Leon
  • Gareth Pugh and Ruth Hogben
  • Philip Treacy on Isabella Blow
  • Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
  • Thom Browne and Stephen Jones
  • Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler
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    LOUIS VUITTON LONG BEACH BAG

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    Get ready for Louis Vuitton, again! Because there is another new bag in town. Meet The Louis Vuitton Long Beach Bagfor the Fall Winter 2017 Collection. Now how often does this brand create a bag with long handles? Not much. So here’s a chance to grab a unique tote (and we love the name btw).

    The Design

    Everything about the Long Beach Bag is exciting. It’s modern, shiny and refined with the famous Monogram Vernis print. This print is made from patent calfskin, which is impeccable and durable.

    Just like a tote bag, the body is spacious and perfect. You can also use it as a shopping bag or just like it name says; as a beach bag. The Monogram print already reveals its true identity, so flaunting is effortless here. The top is crafted with two thin leather handles; they are long enough to carry on your shoulder.

    So what’s more? There are two smooth leather tassel added, which has been attached just below the handles. These two tassels create a touch of playfulness to the modern look.

    The Interior

    This tote is roomy, so there is plenty of space to fill in your daily essentials. It also comes with a removable zipped pouch, which is also designed in Monogram Vernis Print. This pouch is added to help you keep your small necessities secure and accessible.

    The Sizes And Prices

    Measuring 16.5’ x 10.6’ x 5.1’ inches, priced at $2050 USD, $2540 CAD, €1490 euro, £1390 GBP, $17000 HKD, ¥241920 JPY, $2650 AUD, ¥15800 CNY via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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    VALENTINO BRINGS ATHLETIC VIBES TO RESORT 2018 CAMPAIGN

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    Valentino unveils resort 2018 campaignValentino unveils resort 2018 campaign

    Valentino heads to the basketball court for its resort 2018 campaign. Photographed on location at St. Vartan Park in New York City, the images star models Faretta, Jolie Alien, Selena Forrest, Imari Karanja, Ratner, Mag Cysewska as well as track and field athlete Tori Bowie. Terry Richardson captures the group in resort's athletic inspired looks including reworked track jackets and hooded sweatshirts. This marks a different direction for the Italian fashion house which also unveils a new logo in the advertisements.

    Related: Iman Fronts Valentino’s Fall 2017 Campaign

    VALENTINO RESORT 2018 CAMPAIGN

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    STELLA MAXWELL TAKES ON FUTURISTIC FASHION FOR HARPER’S BAZAAR

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    Stella Maxwell channels her inner time traveler for a futuristic spread featured in Harper’s Bazaar US‘ November 2017 issue. The Victoria’s Secret Angelposes in silver and metallic looks for images captured by Mariano Vivanco. Styled by Anna Trevelyan, Stella impresses in the designs of Dolce & Gabbana, Saint Laurent and Chanel amongst others.

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    FENDI TRIPLETTE POUCH

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    The three-pocket-pouches competition continues. A small shoulder bag with three compartments has always been very intriguing, because it’s cute and handy. The most famous one is now the Celine Trio Pouch, but we think it will always be famous because it’s already widely accepted in the fashion world as ‘The Trio Pouch’. Then Chanel has created their own version but with a similar look as the Classic Flap Bag. This bag was called the Chanel 3 Bag. Now introducing the Fendi Triplette Pouch for the Fall Winter 2017 Collection. And of course, the design of this Fendi’s trio bag version is much different than the others.

    The Design

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    The biggest different is that the Triplette Pouch doesn’t come with a shoulder strap. If it does, it would be more practical to use as an everyday bag. But anyways, the three small pouches are attached to a large Reversed F Logo Handle. This Reversed F Logo has just been invented and it looks modern.

    The three pouches come in three different sizes, from mini, small to medium. Each pouch is also crafted with its own color, which makes it very attractive. There is even an exotic leather version.

    Made from calfskin leather and gold hardware, this pouch is perfect as an evening accessory. It’s a stylish, elegant and a statement maker. The Reversed F Logo is really cool as well.

    The Interior

    The Triplette Pouch has three different compartments, obvious! Each pouch has their own compartment, from small to medium. The bag can be opened with a zip closure.

    The Sizes And Prices

    Measuring 16.5 x 23.4 x 1 (L x H x D) cm, priced at $1250 USD, $1590 CAD, €980 euro, £940 GBP via Fendi boutiques.

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    MADE IN JAPAN: DISCOVER WARBY PARKER’S ‘ARCHIVE EDITION’ GLASSES

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    Warby Parker launches Archive Edition glasses collectionWarby Parker launches ‘Archive Edition’ collection

    Eyewear brand Warby Parker often pulls from the past for inspiration, and its latest collection is no different. The ‘Archive Edition’ features vintage influenced glasses with modern techniques. Designed in New York City and made in Japan, these frames are made from custom-cut cellulose acetate coil, lightweight Japanese titanium eyewire and a hand-finished acetate browline. Whether you are looking for jet black or tortoiseshell style, there are quite a few options. Discover our picks from the ‘Archive Edition’ range below and shop more at WarbyParker.com.

    Related: Contrast Chic | Warby Parker Launches Concentric Glasses

    WARBY PARKER ‘ARCHIVE EDITION’ GLASSES COLLECTION

    Warby Parker Dewey Glasses in Rosewood Tortoise with Merlot $195Warby Parker ‘Dewey’ Glasses in Rosewood Tortoise with Merlot $195
    Stand out from the crowd with these bold frames feature tortoiseshell details.Warby Parker Carraway Sunglasses in Jet Black $195Warby Parker ‘Carraway’ Sunglasses in Jet Black $195
    Throw on a pair of shades with a jet black frame and dark lenses.
    Warby Parker Lowell Glasses in Burnt Amber Tortoise with Auburn $195Warby Parker ‘Lowell’ Glasses in Burnt Amber Tortoise with Auburn $195
    Channel retro vibes in these glasses featuring a strong brow line.Warby Parker Webster Sunglasses in Oak Barrel with Navy $195Warby Parker ‘Webster’ Sunglasses in Oak Barrel with Navy $195
    These shades channel vintage vibes with an oak barrel brow line.Warby Parker Webster Large Glasses in Jet Black Matte with Burnt Amber Tortoise $195Warby Parker ‘Webster Large’ Glasses in Jet Black Matte with Burnt Amber Tortoise$195
    Look sharp in a large frame with a wide silhouette featuring contrast materials.Warby Parker Carraway Glasses in Burnt Amber Tortoise with Navy $195Warby Parker ‘Carraway’ Glasses in Burnt Amber Tortoise with Navy $195
    Made in Japan, these multi-layered frames feature a vintage inspired silhouette.

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