Raffertie: Build Me Up

Directed by Vincent Haycock the video is around the real life of three brothers from Compton. Every cast member is their friend, son, or cousin, and all the locations are their houses and neighborhood. Advertisements

BALMUNG – TOKYO TRASH UTOPIA

Hachi Balmung is a young japanese fashion designer. After studying computerized control engineering in high school and clothes-making at a dressmaking school, he started making clothes under his own label “BALMUNG” and began selling them at select shops in Tokyo. He made clothes for Lady Gaga when she visited Japan and Tokyo street icon Mademoiselle Yulia. He…

THE WOMEN OF SAMMY SLABBINCK

As  a Tumblr user I’ve probably seen thousand and thousand pics from fashion to art, from design to food photography, but  lately, i am rarely impressed as i was the first time with Sammy Slabbinik ‘s artworks. Sammy Slabbinck plays with spaces and dimensions combining vintage photographs with contemporary compositional styles to create dynamic collage prints. A perceptible…

Daniel Palillo and his uncommon style.

Born in Finland from an Italian father,  Daniel Palillo studied at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki where he worked as a buyer for Tomi Heikkilä’s Helsinki-based shop Wunder. He first started making clothes that he could use himyself and designed only menswear, but then girls started buying his designs and he began working…

LOW CLASSIC clothing – Made in Korea

I admit, currently i’m obsessed with asian designers, maybe because of their minimal and futuristic style. I recently discovered this young korean brand called Low Classic wich was created four years ago  in Seoul by Lee Myeong Sin, Hwang Hyun Ji and Park Jin Sun. Low Classic is an high street brand , minimal, fresh ,…