Rockin’ LA at Malibu’s Paradise Cove under the sunset light with a beach boardwalk as the stage and the ocean waves crashing against it, Saint Laurent presented their Men ́s latest extravaganza.

Inspired by Marrakech in the 70’s and two particular muses Serge Gainsbourg and Mick Jagger, specially pointing towards the Rolling Stones 1975 Tour of the Americas, Anthony Vaccarello revealed what inspired this collection: “I met Mick Jagger, as I am dressing him for his new tour, and he talked a lot about his relationship with Yves Saint Laurent. He was showing me pictures of him in Marrakech, and I was inspired by that period of the 1970s.”  the show notes underlined “The ultimate timeless bohemian attitude”.

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THE MARCIANO ART FOUNDATION :

A WATERSHED IN LA'S ART SCENE

VISIONNAIRES MAURICE AND PAUL MARCIANO ART STATEMENT 

Chasing their dream, the Marciano brothers moved to LA on 1981, when they founded their small denim company, the iconic brand recognized worldwide today “GUESS?”. Pioneers in fashion and art,  they developed a strong relationship with contemporary art, a relationship out of love, that is why The Marciano Art Foundation exists today.

“It’s a dream to represent such a timeless and iconic brand. The history of the Chanel woman is so exciting and the brand has remained such a powerful feminine standard of style,” Robbie said in a statement released by the brand. The house is highly recognized for their iconic muses, have had many over the past years, all of them sharing qualities resemblance of Coco Chanel, independent, elegant, powerful women, Robbie joins the list of great muses such as: Catherine Deneuve, Ines De La Fressange, Keira Knightley, Nicole Kidman, Audrey Tautou, Cara Delevingne among others, becoming now a fragrance ambassador.

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The Dior Homme fall-winter 2019 pre-collection show in Tokyo featured a collaboration between Kim Jones, director of the Parisian Dior house, and Hajime Sorayama, best known for his pin-up robots. The marriage of the two minds featured science fiction inspired pieces with modern touches, all within a larger than life show. The star of the show was a 12 meter high female robot made of aluminum. Sorayama’s statue served to celebrate the femininity that made Christian Dior famous in the first place.

“It’s a dream to represent such a timeless and iconic brand. The history of the Chanel woman is so exciting and the brand has remained such a powerful feminine standard of style,” Robbie said in a statement released by the brand. The house is highly recognized for their iconic muses, have had many over the past years, all of them sharing qualities resemblance of Coco Chanel, independent, elegant, powerful women, Robbie joins the list of great muses such as: Catherine Deneuve, Ines De La Fressange, Keira Knightley, Nicole Kidman, Audrey Tautou, Cara Delevingne among others, becoming now a fragrance ambassador.

The message was straightforward-the old Celine was back. Hedi Slimane shocked everyone at the Spring show last season when the models came onto the runway dressed in a new Celine, one that was more reminiscent of Slimane’s rebellious, punk rock Saint Laurent than anything Celine would ever put its name on. The Celine Fall 2019 Ready to Wear show in Paris was one to be remembered. Though the runway photos don’t capture it, the show started with a model standing in a box, mirrors on all sides. It hung high above the runway, then slowly made its descent down to the floor. 

Inspired by human hybrids fantasy, Iris van Herpen gave us an ethereal couture show spring 2019. Vaporous and dramatic, all silhouettes explored celestial extravaganza. Very engineered with a strong focus on couture fabrics, each piece is printed with colored clouds by New York based artist Kim Keever. Op art inspired print and 3D breathtaking couture shapes make this spring 2019 collection one to remember.