CSM Project: La Bourgeoise – She Doesn’t Even Go Here

Creative communication of Talia Loubaton, CSM MA Fashion designer, knitwear graduate collection, where the ’60s woman disturbs contemporary femininity and its social codes. Nothing romantic, just a woman. Chic and respectably not giving a f*%k about society. French cinema’s excellence re-interpreted within present mess. Screenplay mood and teaser’s voice over

A Collages Story – Julien David Ladies Summer 2017 Collection

My latest collages commission for 1Granary‘s piece about French designer Julien David and his Ladies Summer 2017 collection. A simplicity that loses no beauty, a game of lines that reveals hidden shapes. /C.    

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

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

Shinerock London talks extinction, evolution and alluring femininity

At the very least bold to associate these three concepts, all the more as they are destined for your neck. It is not a secret anymore (for a long time already!) that audacity is the key to success, particularly in the present fashion industry. This is the magic trick, on silk and cashmere,

Dress your neck with kekkai androgynous scarves for summer 2015

  Please, warmly welcome the first collection of the British luxury scarves brand kekkai. Androgynous, bold, and seductive, high quality is surely valued by the two sisters Yvonne-Demitra and Emily, who founded this art project in 2014. Between silk and cashmere, to choose is definitely difficult, the patterns’ range being eclectic: Not only dressing