Lanvin´s man continues where he left; mixing volume and tailoring, future with a hint-look of the past. There was a vague reference of the fifties, like diner shirts, high-waist pants and satin jackets, mixed with pieces from a rock-star´s closet. Always present suiting part had this time a huge variety of selection in terms of silhouettes; from linear to loose. The bomber jackets in a technical fabric and overcoats, made from paper-thin leather or cotton toile gave an airy, almost high-tech sporty allure to the whole collection. Everything looked so relaxed and dreamy, with a certain breeze, despite the gloomy, dark vibe and colour palette.


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These spiral staircases with walls made from white engineered brick, are situated inside Damien Hirst´s Newport StreetGallery, opened yesterday.  These 3,437-square-metre gallery houses contain over 3,000 pieces of art from the British artist's personal collection, including Jeff Koons and Francis Bacon, displayed in a series of exhibition spaces over two levels, connected with before mentioned staircases. The gallery was designed by London architecture studio Caruso St John.




Made by pebbled leather and leather lined base, it features Beech wood block and a rubber cord. So easy, but with a twist.


Nehera is a brand with it´s own vision, aethethic and certainly not influenced by season-trends. It ´s about the attire for enigmatic and individual woman. Woman with a strong persona and charisma, like the German –born American sculptor Eva Hesse. In her short life, she was at the epicenter of an anti-form sculptural movement. Her unique worldview helped inspire Samuel Drira to create F/W 2015/2016 collection. He, as always, masterfully “produced” a great link between the past and the future, a best possible conjuction of new ideas with the old ones. The shades of beige, ecru, earthy brown, blush pink and dove grey are like an unobtrusive canvas that connects the organic shapes of the clothes with its  structural sense of movement. Wool  egg-shaped coats, precisely tailored jackets paired with floating trousers, heavy jacquards, pleated silk bodices and wide topped pants with a knot at the waist, just give you an example of easiness that I was talking about.