For The Lujon Magazine: Designer Ben Mak Takes Out The Marchesa

She used to stroll down the streets of Venice, he, the pavements of Liverpool. The twilight got them reunited at a time that stopped, stuck in between the first half of the twentieth century Europe and today’s hyper real global era. Two creative spirits sharing the same run towards a

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

For The Lujon Magazine: Leonardo’s Proposition – The finger of St. John the Baptist

Another piece exclusively written for The Lujon Magazine. Back to the Renaissance and its labyrinths of love and secrets. A sneaky invitation to the most famous bedrooms in history. Or when Mona Lisa never was Leonardo’s muse. /C.

For The Lujon Magazine: Brexit 2016 In Cartoon – Barbier’s After Party

Here my first ever commission as a freelance writer for The Lujon Magazine. As described by its Editor-in-chief, Matteo Sarti, “a biting re-interpretation of George Barbier’s glamorous illustrations: An elegant party nearing its inexorable end.

Condé Nast College Project: Les Ballets Russes To Fashion – ‘Astonish me!’

YSL’s fashion built a significant relationship to art, particularly through the homage collections to Mondrian and Serge Poliakoff (1965), later to Picasso (1979). The Mondrian print “block[ed] out the new proportions“, unveiling much more leg. Picasso and cubism represented “the permanence of classicism and breath-taking imagination“. Willing to dress the

Is fashion ART? YES, NOt entirely.

“Almost reaching another planet. Plus another soul“ One could easily think that fashion has no place neither beside Jeff Koons’ Gazing Ball nor Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans. It is an opinion after all. I am for the other side, and firmly believe that fashion should be considered as a kind of art –