Danish born and London afincated, multidisciplinar designer Peter Jensen is celebrating his 10th birthday eponymous label! Therefore next month the designer will become the subject of the Victoria & Albert Museum's latest Fashion In Motion catwalk event, showcasing his womenswear and menswear collections from the last decade, as well as collaboration pieces and special set items.
Graduated in Central St. Martin's in 1999, his designs incorporate a celebratory approach to individuality, mischievous humour and an acute attention to detail, rendering them unconventional yet ultimately wearable. The superb collection here is Meryl Resort 2012.
Jensen’s ‘muses’ have wildly ranged from the bird-like Sissy Spacek, or identity-teasing New York artist Cindy Sherman, to the magisterial Helena Rubinstein. Jensen has designed capsule collections for a range of fashion outlets including Topman, Fred Perry, Ebonyivory, Falbe, Buddahood and B-Store. His designs are sold worldwide and can be found in B-Store London, Opening Ceremony New York, Side by Side Tokyo and UK Style in Moscow.
Based in Barcelona and inspired in primary and organic elements, El Colmillo de Morsa (which means 'walrus tusk') is a high end label brand created by talented designers Jordi Espino and Elisabeth Vallecillo, with a clue value: 'beautiful things have infinite forms, so many as people that look at them'. The designers duo have joined to make a project that resides in the attention to detail and rescue the handcraft beginnings, a union between tradition and modernity.
There is a Soviet touch in all this garments and patters. It makes me travel through time as if I were in somewhere between Russia, Austria and Germany. Imperial, strong personality and full of a sense of style that cannot leave you indifferent. Contrary, the raw material transmits warmth and personal sensibility.
In somehow it reminds me a bit to ACNE, are you with me? Anyway it's a fabulous find and Christmas is around the corner dudes!! :)
Today I have the pleasure to introduce you ALL this wonderful assortment of 50-60's fashion magazines I had the fortune to get! I have spent hours perusing these lovelies without noticing.
Here a selection of two Marie France issues, one of the top fashion mags at that time! A luxury that only few could afford. Nothing is wasted, even the ads have a charm worthy of note.
Elles, Marie Claire's and Vogue's are about to come! Stay tunned goorgeous ♥
There is a completely new outrageous design for The Goorgeous comming soon! Can't wait :-)
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
No part of this site, or any of the content contained herein, may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without express permission of the copyright holder.