Preview editorial from August print issue SEE MORE IMAGES HERE The 80s had been the very last period for great freedom.
And the very last period of avant guard. Before technologies, before social media and before the digital native.Before the beginning of the new century, future was a bright place. And the young women running to this bright future with their arms open, they believed in theirselves as never before. Volumes and colors, exaggeration and empowerment.
Preview editoriale dal numero di Agosto SCOPRI PIU' IMMAGINI QUI Gli anni ’80 sono stati l’ultimo periodo di grande libertà. E l’ultimo vero periodo di avanguardia. Prima della tecnologia, dei social media e dei nativi digitali. Prima dell’inizio del nuovo millennio, il futuro era un posto luminoso. E le giovani donne che verso questo futuro ci andavano a braccia aperte credevano in se stesse come mai prima di allora. Volume e colore, esagerazione ed empowerment. Il make up d
"Black Velvet Circus is mysterious, non-conformist and dares to find new paths…" In 2009, the Hamburg based designer Tanja Glissman founded Black Velvet Circus. As the name suggests, the online store and label has become mystic and electrifying, yet cool and casual – not at all far from what we might expect an off duty trapeze artist might wear on a spontaneous trip to the market. Through a love for vintage clothing and a clear affinity for denim, Tanja Glissman created a lab
Glamour has taken a new meaning on the street of the big fashion cities all around the globe. Indeed, the results of a #girlboss suit trend and a rusty monochromatic minimalism gave birth to a new breed of women. Like accessories of old Milanese women («sciure»), these young ladies (aged between 20 and 35) are a mix of classic vintage pieces and trendy branded garments. For this style effortlessness is key, so no bold makeup look or bright colors, they must look like they don
Goodbye fast fashion. Hello sustainability! It seems like just yesterday everyone was rushing round to get the latest fast fashion purchases, now we are all about focusing on how what we wear is being made and how it is affecting the world we live in. Will this be the end of fast fashion with the roaring growth of sustainable brands? One of the reasons as to why sustainability isn’t as popular as it should be is simply because we don’t know how to shop it. We don’t know what
The 2018 June issue #6 is out!! You can buy your copy HERE - COVER STORY: Photography Detlef Schneider c/o Kathrin Hohberg Style Adelaida Cue Bär c/o Nina Klein Hair Style, Makeup Melanie Schoene c/o Nina Klein using Aveda and Mac cosmetics Model Beauise c/o Blow Models Retoucher Daniel Bauer c/o Blink Imaging IN THIS ISSUE: Definitely our favorite month of the year, that marks the arrival of summer.
Finally the cold ends and the prospects of beaches, sea, sun creams and san