Here are ten artists who defied our expectations in the most beautiful and creative ways possible.
Under the escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War, Ukraine's fashion sector continues to evacuate and adapt to its intensity. Tank movements and airborne strikes on cities like Kyiv render a daunting task for designers: obtaining a net of security while maintaining a buisness. Faced with the uncertainty of returning home, the rapid rise of conflict has scattered creative teams both domestically and abroad.
Stretched from the streets of the Grove to the waterfront of Regatta Park, the energetic event marked a lively and bright invitation to visitors from Miami’s many corners.
Everyone represents their own brand of love. For fashion lovers, it’s not only a form of self expression, but a way to channel acceptance and self-love. On Valentine's Day, we celebrate these independent values, as well as the love we share for those around us.
On Jan. 24, House of Mugler announced that its visionary Monsieur Manfred Thierry Mugler died of natural causes at his residence in Paris the previous day. Through a resurgence in the fashion designer’s popularity via archival collections and catwalk footage, his pieces currently hold a cult level of hype amongst vintage collectors.
Throughout his career, the fashion veteran survived the chiffon trenches of an adverse and homogenous fashion battleground and fought to create opportunities for the next generation of unrepresented creatives. In the wake of his passing on Jan. 18, the fashion icon and first Black creative director and editor-at-large at Vogue leaves behind a trailblazing legacy shaped by the manifestation of his own childhood vision of an accessible and cosmopolitan world.
As another semester arrives, we are all excited to explore the experiences that come with living in Miami. Between music, food and fashion, the entertainment scene this spring is full of exciting events.
From the hedonistic maximalism of Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci” to the ominous swinging sixties-era of Edgar Wright’s “Last Night in Soho” to the British glamor of Pablo Larrain’s “Spencer,” the fall season brought fashion to the frontier in film.
For the art aficionados and for those that tag along, Art Basel continuously affirms itself to be one of the must-see attractions of the city.
On fashion insiders’ biggest night, Kid Cudi walked down the aisle in a custom, lace bridal gown with California-based designer Eli Russel Linnetz. The bride’s daring look included hot pink hair, bedazzled sneakers, eyeliner and a veil. The striking ensemble paid homage to another musical bride: Kurt Cobain.
To pull the curtain on fashion’s mechanized machine, communication technology is instrumental. Stylists, makeup artists, hairdressers and photographers regularly utilize digital tools to showcase their artistic vocations. Most retain a small following, while others have chartered mass audiences.
In preview of the spookiest night of the year, here are some of the season’s killer looks so far.