Chloë Sevigny and Opening Ceremony continue their creative union with third season of collaborations. This year's concept surrounds the number five, with the collection consisting of five dresses in five patterns. Unveiled in the Elizabeth Street Gallery’s garden in SoHo yesterday, styles included an Empire-waist shift, a layered babydoll, a Rorschach-esque print, a Peter Pan collar frock, and a skater silhouette worn by Chloë herself. In typical Sevigny style, the line also features of several mini collaborations: custom-printed tights to match the dresses by Fogal, NaNa Shoes (a brand she wore in the early 90s), sunglasses by Barton Perreira, and T-shirts in conjunction with the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Even Chloë's close friends Jen Brill and Lissy Truille joined her and posed in the tranquil setting.
Throughout the month, Topshop is supporting Teenage Cancer Trust through their summer bandstand picnics, taking place across the U.K. The event in London’s Regents Park attracted a mix of teenagers and families celebrating the arrival of summer. Dermalogica provided sunscreen samples and Native Faces applied festival-face decoration using makeup from Topshop. Girlcore, New Young Pony Club, and Ladyhawke were some of the music acts performing at this unique event. Bringing their own blankets and participating in games, such as egg-n-spoon and sack races, attendees had a fun day in the sun, all for a good cause.
Opening today in select theaters in New York and Los Angeles, Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky picks up where last year’s Coco Before Chanel left off, delving into the passionate relationship between the two creative titans. Director Jan Kounen has a secret weapon in this movie in the form of one of Karl Lagerfeld’s muses for Chanel, actress Anna Mouglalis. With her statuesque figure, smoky voice and confident strut, Mouglalis carries off the title role with effortless panache. The stunning wardrobe consists of pieces from the designer’s personal collection as well as gowns Karl Lagerfeld made specifically for the movie. Whether exploring her professional work or her personal life, the film shows how the thoroughly-modern Mademoiselle Chanel continues to be an endless source of inspiration and intrigue for new generations.
Theo has is a Graphic Designer, illustrator and web designer, from Atehns, working in Paris. He is also the Creative director of La-Surpirse Studio in Paris, who have been collaborating with Chanel, Adidas, Nike and many more!
Expect to be seeing more innnovative and fresh work from this designer.
Working for Puma of late in their recent ad campaigns.
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