Painting has always been a beautiful obsession for the Japanese designer and we know he would never refrain from expressing the refuse to use print patterns.The collection synthesizes magnetically these feelings of attachments to identity and the exciting search for the new.
The importance of people and space, the balance between work and home life, the melding of style and exploration all became focal points.
For Woolrich, this is about much more than stopping and smelling the roses, it’s about pausing on a long walk to hear stream, feeling the wind on your skin, watching the trees grow and basking in vibrant sunsets.
In an age where endless attempts of innovation and out-of-the-box thinking are swarming our daily lives, a back to basics approach comes as a breath of fresh mountain air.
Enter Woolrich’s latest campaign – UTAH: a campaign that focuses and is built around characters residing in Eden, Utah.
Vanhee-Cybulski is revising the codes of haute modern dressing for this equestrian-routed French Fashion Declinations of deconstructed silhouettes in shades of black. Yohji Yamamoto Fall/Winter 2017 celebrates the roots of the acclaimed Japanese master himself in all the aspects that have been constantly accompanying his vision.