Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2013 show is perhaps the best suited to this style of animation. Heavily referencing religious iconography, frescoes and mosaics—the models can become the perfect rose window. Of course, rose windows are better when they spin and are set to ’60s music.
Heads up, this has no official affiliation with Dolce & Gabbana.
Sat on the corner of Prince & Crosby in SoHo for a few hours last weekend. Here’s the result. Fun times for everybody. HD is up on vimeo, probably your best viewing experience.
Check it check it, Prabal Gurung just dropped his Spring 2012 video. The clip marries the Nobuyoshi Arkaki floral prints which served as inspiration with a writhing model—pretty sick.
Also, see Prabal’s Fall collection in this handy animation thing I did:
This past Sunday, a friend and I stopped by the 3.1 Phillip Lim store as we often do. We looked at everything, added some things to our wish lists and headed out. I started discussing that Phillip Lim a tad under-appreciated in New York. If you happen to pass the Mercer St. store, go ahead in and look at everything you can, you’ll appreciate his keen eye for detail—particularly on the womenswear. Of course, this piece is on his menswear but it’s absolutely worth the look and was made to celebrate Mr. Lim’s recent CFDA Award Nomination for Menswear Designer of the year. Enjoy.