The sartorial master of asymmetry and edgy sexy, a.k.a. Anthony Vaccarello, knows a thing or two about how to transform leather into an architectural piece.
Fall is officially here and if you’re not over summer just yet, you don’t have to give up on your favorite summer staples.
A top with structural sleeves by Jonathan Simkhai inspired by the work of the architect Santiago Calatrava showcases his penchant for architectural silhouettes.
How do you make a summer dress that you’ve been wearing all season work in fall? It’s as easy peasy as changing a couple of things.
Earth tones are to fall, what florals are to spring.
When two become one.
Blue jeans, white shirt (with an architectural twist).
Meet the new minimalism: earthy tones, natural textures, and rustic touches meet purism.
More like a river, if you catch my drift.
Because minimal doesn’t always mean black and white.