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Erdem x H&M designer collaboration

H&M recently announced that its next exclusive designer collaboration will be with ERDEM. Designer Erdem Moralioglu is one of fashion’s most romantic creators, whose exquisitely crafted pieces celebrate the power of beauty by exploring historical references and personal narratives. His dresses are red carpet favourites, worn by stars such as Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Keira Knightley and Nicole Kidman. ERDEM x H&M will feature a full wardrobe of his famously feminine womenswear, an accessories line and, for the first time ever, a collection for men. 

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d.fanni designer

Demi Fanni inherited her art gene from her father who was an artist. After finishing her studies in an art high school she went to college to study fashion design. While she was there, she learned the arts of fashion sketching, pattern making, manufacturing and fabrics. After her graduation she worked in a fashion studio, and soon enough, she was recognized for her good work, and promoted as a chief designer. After that, she founded her own fashion label, called D.Fanni, which among other things includes cashmere coats, floral print suits, and classic cut-out and printed dresses. Her creations are classic with a twist, incorporating sophisticated cuts into her classic and timeless designs. Her gorgeous designs speak for themselves, but you can find stylewe designer here, if you want to check out more pieces of her collection.

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Right after Dior hired Maria Grazia Chiuri as the new creative director of the house and Raf Simons was appointed by Calvin Klein, the fashion industry keeps changing. Peter Copping is leaving Oscar de la Renta due to personal reasons and is going to return in Europe. The designer was chosen as de la Renta’s successor starting his job at the house in 2014. In less than two years, Copping redefined de la Renta’s lines mixing his elements with his own aesthetics reflecting femininity. His collections was famous for their lace, airy fabrics and sensual details. Peter Copping’s successor has yet to be announced.


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Raf Simons is officially the new creative director of the house of Calvin Klein, following an official announcement. The designer will take on the women’s and men’s collections of the brand from now on and also the Calvin Klein Platinum series, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein Jeans, Calvin Klein Underwear and Calvin Klein Home, incorporating his fresh ideas and vision for the upcoming season.

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25 year old Grace Wales Bonner won this year’s LVMH Prize, and was picked through seven other finalists who were nominated. The menswear designer was chosen by fashion specialists such as Karl Lagerfeld, Nicolas Ghesquière, Phoebe Philo and Marc Jacobs who were the LVMH judges. As one of the newest fashion talents, the British designer will receive 300.000 euros along with a year-long guidance from the Fondation Louis Vuitton. Wales Bonner was the one chosen through a successful  designers’ list including Aalto, by Tuomas Merikoski, Alyx by Matthew Williams, Facetasm by Hiromichi Hiromichi Ochiai, Koché, by Christelle Kocher, Vejas by Vejas Kruszewski, Y/Project by Glenn Martens and Brandon Maxwell. Apart from her, the Vejas brand received the judges’ prize which includes 150.000 euros and one year long guidance from the LVMH specialists.


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Mary Katrantzou teamed up with Adidas to launch a second capsule collection after their super successful first time! The 24-piece collection will include footwear with the designer’s signature patterns and floral prints. There will also be a T-shirt decorated with patches and crystals, a varsity jacket, a tank dress, leggings, tracksuit pants, boyfriend T-shirts, boy shorts and jersey swimsuits. Prices will range from 70 euros for a tank top to 420 euros for a dress. Adidas Originals by Mary Katrantzou will be available in Adidas stores and on the brand’s and Mary Katrantzou’s websites. 



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Stefano Pilati leave Agnona

Stefano Pilati, known for his successful career with Ermenegildo Zegna, decided to depart his place as a creative director in Agnona in order to focus on his future plans. Rumors say that a new womenswear collaboration is on it’s way for the designer and many people want him as a successor of Giorgio Armani, as he matches the aesthetics of the brand. Along with the designer section of Zegna, his future plans iclude some ready-to-wear collections according to WWD. The brand, in which Pilati was a creative director since 2013 has not yet confirmed his successor. However, they plan to expand it on an international level after their shows in 2016’s Milan Fashion Week.

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Victoria Beckham Resort 2016 collection 1

The new Victoria Beckham Resort 2016 collection is quite different from what we’re used to from Victoria. Looser lines, lace, denim, V-neck sweaters, and bouclé tuxedo pants are a major part of Victoria’s resort line which “drops in stores in November”. She also states that “this is what I’d wear to a holiday party”. Victoria has already taken one of her new designs for a “test-drive”, to see how it feels, and said “it felt really light”. Something definitely appreciated in a resort collection. I’m sure we’ll see more of her designs on her soon, since she’s always the first one to advertise her new collections, and she does a great job at it too! Take a look at the rest of her resort collection below, and let us know what you think, by leaving a comment under the post.

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The next designer collaboration with H&M is officially here! Olivier Roustein, designer of the Balmain fashion house, arrived at Billboard awards with his friends Jourdan Dunn and Kendall Jenner dressed with some of his exclusive creations for H&M. The French house is a bastion of French luxury and with Olivier at the helm of artistic direction, the house developed into a global phenomenon of pop culture. The Swedish company and the designer invited the public into a social movement expressed through the #HMBalmaination hashtag. “This collaboration was an effortless process for me: H&M is a brand that everyone can be associated with. It cites unity, which I fully support”, Olivier Rousteing said. The full collection will be available from November 5th in 250 worldwide stores and online, including clothes and accessories for men and women. In the photo below we see the designer posing along with the two models, as an idea of what’s next:

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