For autumn/winter 2013, Dries Van Noten menswear collection features paisley prints on dressing gowns and pyjamas, boxy tops and ribbed hem trousers, which looks effortless and comfortable. Some are worn with studded leather trousers for a grungy and youthful look. Layering and mismatching prints are on show but as always, Van Noten does it with ease (without looking over the top). It also includes tunics and wide shouldered blazers, which is quintessentially Dries Van Noten.
Images via showstudio.com
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Tagged A/W 2012, behance.net, birds, clothing, Fred Tomaselli, hummingbird, jamescohan.com, Masha Reva, Mother of Pearl, patternbank.com, prints, style, two of something
Top: from A Lab Milano‘s spring/summer 2012 collection (via trendland.com) | Bottom: David Thomas Smith‘s kaleidoscopic photography work (via featureshoot.com)
Posted in FASHION | STYLE, PHOTOGRAPHY
Tagged A Lab Milano, aerial photography, David Thomas Smith, fashion, Feature Shoot, kaleidoscopic pattern, photographer, photography, prints, S/S 2012, trendland, two of something, womenswear
Posted in DOODLES, FASHION | STYLE
Tagged Dries Van Noten, fashion, Global Fashion Report, jungle prints, Lisa Ho, prints, S/S 2012, Style.com, tropical prints, womenswear
More gender-breaking pieces from Givenchy menswear spring 2012 by Riccardo Tisci. More men in skirts, which eventually (and hopefully) will become the thing of the present. The bird of paradise prints are delightful, which goes really well with the light and summer-y colour palette.
Images via style.com
View the collection @ style.com
Top: Michael Kampe – ‘Exploded View’ – AW11 | Bottom: Setareh Mohtarez
Click on the images to view the original posts. Both images have been grabbed from Trendland.net
Print test for River Island Menswear/Prints competition
Ghostly lines hovering above layers of fragmented shapes and colours. Incalculable dots mixing with splashes of abstracted pigmentation. Dark colours with invigorating neon shades. All blended as if they are meant to be together.
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Posted in UNI
Tagged BA year 3, prints, work