Obviously Rei Kawakubo deserves masses of accolades right now. Not only for creating such a distinct brand in Comme des Garçons ( and all without formal fashion training ) and being an ultra-cool low-profile lady, but also for becoming the theme of next year's Met Gala and famed exhibit - the only event I truly care for in terms of… Continue reading old school :: comme des garçons.
I'm really torn about this new Kenzo x H&M collaboration. A few feelings: - I understand the pros for each brand in a relationship like this, but let's be honest, H&M may have made significant changes to add sustainable measures, yet is inherently fast fashion. A partnership is somewhat debatable. A lot more to be said on… Continue reading old school :: kenzo.
Every time I find out that a great creative of any field is Australian I feel an instant affinity and appreciation. It’s not that our upbringing is so difficult that it is a feat to get to the successful stage, but the acknowledgement that Australians are on par with those from New York, London and… Continue reading old school :: richard tyler.
This has been on my list of topics to add to the blog for a long while, and I’ve finally decided to do something about it. In today’s world we don’t pay enough attention to those creative souls before us, or at least those outside of Salvador Dali and Frida Kahlo (obviously well-deserving, and absolutely… Continue reading old school :: emanuel ungaro.