Alexander Wang Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection was shown September 12, 2015 in NYFW.
For his 10th anniversary collection Alexander Wang brought out the slouchy, cool, off-duty athleisure that made him a rock star name. Wang brought back the signature looks that made him a name in the first place. Wang’s spell at Balenciaga ends in October, after less than three years as creative director. His last collection , spring/summer 2016, created for Balenciaga will be shown on October 2, in Paris Fashion Week.
Trading in last season’s gothic inspired look, the new season featured more everyday staples including denim separates, military-inspired jackets and hoodies with a graphic edge. Bold stripes, chain link details, fringe and mesh made these wardrobe staples far from minimal. Wang also experimented with evening wear inspired looks in his own way with long, flowing dresses given a street style makeover when paired with oversized coats or baseball caps.
At the end of the show and before the party, Wang showed an edgy video looking back on his career, broadcast from the backing wall. Then it was all eyes on the semi-clad, athletic pole dancers strutting their stuff.
And if we take a look at the front row we can see Lady Gaga,Mary J Blige, Steven Klein, Nicki Minaj and Kanye West.
Givenchy Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection designed by chefdesigner Riccardo Tisci was shown in New York Fashion Week. September 11 ,2015 18:30 local time.
Art director of the Show Marina Abramovic.
The Givenchy show gracefully paid its respects to September 11.The long-anticipated show began on Pier 26 just as the sun was setting, and the Memorial of Light commemorating the Twin Towers lit up in the Background.
Let us speak about this grandiose collection, 89 Looks sent Tisci on runway! And all his creations are glamorous, luxurios and all outfits are beautiful, they are perfect. Riccardo Tisci did it again, the best show till now, there is no doubt about it!!!!
If it’s still ready-to-wear or a haute Couture yet? I can’t answer, for me some pieces are definitely haute Couture. The Highlight,the most attendet Show in NYFW.
This year also marks 10 years of Tisci at Givenchy and there was something of the retrospective in the first part of the show. It featured slinky, beautifully cut silk and lace slips worn with slouchy black trousers, and dressing gown-style coats in a colour palette of black and white, sometimes with bandage-style tops.
The different fashion Looks,ready-to-wear and haute couture, male and female, strength and fragility, the tailor’s discipline and the delicateness of lingerie all come together in a natural way in a collection which has the feel of a marriage of opposites. It involved top models with strong personalities chosen by Riccardo Tisci, such as Joan Smalls and Mariacarla Boscono, who showcased these pieces and underlined the human and sensual side of his style for Givenchy.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary issue, the September 2015 edition of Vogue China taps the nation’s brightest stars including actresses, singers and models. Li Bingbing, Du Juan, Zhang Ziyi, Liu Wen, Zhou Xun, Chris Lee, Vicki Zhao, Carina Lau and Fan Bingbing pose for Mario Testino in looks inpsired by the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Angelica Cheung, editorial director of Vogue China said that the cover subjects “represent the qualities that our publication promotes.”
“They’re beautiful, stylish, but at the same time are also people of achievement,” she said, noting that the cover pays homage to the “golden age of Hollywood…with a modern touch.”
On the Cover photo and in Editorial :
Models: Li Bing Bing, Zhang Ziyi, Zhou Xun, Du Juan, Chris Lee, Vicki Zhao, Carina Lau, Liu Wen, Fan Bing Bing, Tang Wei
Photographer: Mario Testino
Fashion Editor: Anastasia Barbieri
Make-up: Charlotte Tilbury
Nails: Gina Viviano
Beyoncé covers Vogue’s biggest issue of the year! Of the Cover shoot the Diva wears Marc Jacobs.
The 33-year-old Superstar looks stunning on the cover wearing a lace gown and a purple coat designed for her by Marc Jacobs. The image, shot by famous photographer Mario Testino, shows Beyoncé sporting a wet hairstyle as she stares down the lens with her usual fierceness. For the shooting Bey wears :gown designed by Stella McCartney, Givenchy jacket and gown from Louis Vuitton Maison, Atelier Versace gown and coat and gown from Marc Jacobs ( Cover shoot) Fashion Editor: Tonne Goodman;Hair: Kim Kimble ;Make-up: Francesca Tolot
„Just B,“ the cover line reads. „Beyoncé and the art of global domination.“
The cover, which is Beyoncé’s third for the fashion magazine, is also particularly monumental. It is the third time a black woman has been featured on her own, afterNaomi Campbell in 1989, and Halle Berry in 2010.
And fashion designers didn’t hesitate to weigh in on why Bey deserves such a coveted cover.
“The word diva is used for so many female performers, and it often means they have reputations for being difficult, but she exudes charm and a lovable quality,” Marc Jacob ssaid about Bey.
“She’s the whole package: primal, rare, delicate, beautiful, and powerful,“ Stella McCartney” says. „Her appeal crosses art forms, genders, and generations.”
“There is a magnetic presence to her,” Riccardo Tisci add.
Models and celebs as : Amber Valletta, Taylor Hill, Julia Hafstrom, Joan Smalls, Lily Aldridge, Jordan Barrett, Asia Chow, Stella Lucia, Saskia de Brauw, Annely Bouma, Julia Bergshoeff, Tami Williams, Kayla Scott, Lexi Boling, Ashleigh Good, Emily Ratajkowski, Angel Rutledge, Stella Maxwell, Frankie Rayder, Issa Lish, Daria Strokous, Anna Ewers, Eliza Cummings, Meghan Collison, Pyper America, Karolin Wolter, Amilna EstevAo, Molly Bair, Andreja Pejic, Miles Frank, Benito Van Leeuwen, Laurence Geguzis, Brett MacDonnell, Filip Hrivnak, Saville Dorfman, Ellis McCreadie, Peter Raven, Isak Rindom, Spencer Nauman, Chris Tschupp, Eric Rutherford, Miley Cyrus, Stella Maxwell, Paris Hilton and Anna Cleveland are taking us back in the end of 80s.
Shooting by famous photographers duo Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
Fashion Editor: Edward Enninful . Hair: Shay Ashual ; Make-up: Yadim
Taylor Swift Looks gorgeous on the cover of the Vanity Fair, September 2015 issue. This Cover Story, lensed by Mario Testion, made a Headlines in Fashion World last Tuesday!
Famous photogrpaher Mario Testino worked twice with the Pop Star, for Vogue and the Vogue UK.
This shooting seems particularly glammed up. In the interview, Taylor notes the change and, obviously, appreciates it, saying, “They usually dress me up like a 12-year-old French boy. It’s nice to be glamorous.”