MODE SUISSE Edition 9: Keeping It Cool – Catwalk Review

‘Robe à la française‘, a well-established term of the fashion dictionary, as sure as door frames have now lost all of their past magnificent width. ‘En MODE SUISSE’ has potential for being next on the list.     Officially presenting its first edition in spring 2012, the Swiss platform has never stopped since

London Fashion Weekend 2015: Behind The Beautiful A Consciousness

As soon as London Fashion Weekend arrives, fashionistas rush up. This big pop-up offers a large choice of clothing, from designer concession to vintage and affordable pieces. Newly at the Saatchi Gallery, the event not only pushes to consumption, as much enjoyable as it can be, but also innovates thanks to

AW15-16 Fashion proving a Modern Redefinition of Masculinity

While gender boundaries are getting exploded, men make actually (good) use of it. They wear eyeshadow for Ann Demeulemeester last AW15 collection – back to the rockstars in a way, and that’s fine because Johnny’s eyeliner have more than sex appeal. They also wear holed knitwear at the Chi’s position, by Craig Green – as if the males

Music Festivals & History: clothes had something to say

Did you know that the origin of the most famous present music festivals find their roots in the Pythian Games, in Ancient Greece? Variating from athletic to musical type, those competitions were held in honor of Apollo. The live music scene evolved since then, relative to it clothing did the same. Between

Thomas Sabo launches its first fragrance “Eau de Karma“: too wise?

Mountain of Happiness, Garden of Love or Sea of Harmony? No choice needed with the new fragrance of Thomas Sabo “Eau de Karma”.

Zalando Revisits Brides’ History: No fairytales, Royal Wedding Dresses only

Latest “Just married“? At Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvit’s wedding, obviously. An opportunity to jump at in order to look back at the royal brides dresses’ history. Curiosity always wins.