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Dolce & Gabbana SS15 Eyewear Campaign

By March 2, 2015Fashion News

Because who’s more inspiring than you?

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The Fall 2016 lookbook is here and while it may scream of new creative director, order Demna Gvasalia’s touch, the collection was actually conceived before his appointment. Looking back through the archives to founder, Cristóbal Balenciaga’s design relationship with Mona von Bismarck, the pieces and details are very contemporary with a retrospective nod. There’a lots of exaggeration with awkward cuts and lengths, getting us real excited for the brand’s first menswear show in Paris in June

If there’s one key styling tip to take home from this lookbook it’s tucking. Whether a shearling aviator , zip-through hoodie or quilted puffa, tuck it on to your trousers. The collection celebrates co-ord looks in cosy winter textures, and earthy utilitarian tones, inspired by dirt-digging gardening gear.

View the full collection lookbook below:

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Because who’s more inspiring than you?

balenciaga1

The Fall 2016 lookbook is here and while it may scream of new creative director, order Demna Gvasalia’s touch, the collection was actually conceived before his appointment. Looking back through the archives to founder, Cristóbal Balenciaga’s design relationship with Mona von Bismarck, the pieces and details are very contemporary with a retrospective nod. There’a lots of exaggeration with awkward cuts and lengths, getting us real excited for the brand’s first menswear show in Paris in June

If there’s one key styling tip to take home from this lookbook it’s tucking. Whether a shearling aviator , zip-through hoodie or quilted puffa, tuck it on to your trousers. The collection celebrates co-ord looks in cosy winter textures, and earthy utilitarian tones, inspired by dirt-digging gardening gear.

View the full collection lookbook below:

Balenciaga 4

balenciaga3

balenciaga1

balenciaga2




Your no.1 Presto is here.

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This spring/summer 2016 we’ve seen Presto after Presto from Nike and finally we at PAUSE believe this pair is one of the coolest. ACRONYM and NIKE have collaborated on a new Nike Air Presto designer, which features a neon-coloured spin in pink, neon yellow and blue. The mid-cut sneakers features zip detailing on the side giving the Air Nike a premium upgrade. Stay tuned for the release date for these to drop at NIKE online in the next coming weeks/months.





Because who’s more inspiring than you?

balenciaga1

The Fall 2016 lookbook is here and while it may scream of new creative director, order Demna Gvasalia’s touch, the collection was actually conceived before his appointment. Looking back through the archives to founder, Cristóbal Balenciaga’s design relationship with Mona von Bismarck, the pieces and details are very contemporary with a retrospective nod. There’a lots of exaggeration with awkward cuts and lengths, getting us real excited for the brand’s first menswear show in Paris in June

If there’s one key styling tip to take home from this lookbook it’s tucking. Whether a shearling aviator , zip-through hoodie or quilted puffa, tuck it on to your trousers. The collection celebrates co-ord looks in cosy winter textures, and earthy utilitarian tones, inspired by dirt-digging gardening gear.

View the full collection lookbook below:

Balenciaga 4

balenciaga3

balenciaga1

balenciaga2




Your no.1 Presto is here.

rsz_acronym-nike-air-presto-neon-01

This spring/summer 2016 we’ve seen Presto after Presto from Nike and finally we at PAUSE believe this pair is one of the coolest. ACRONYM and NIKE have collaborated on a new Nike Air Presto designer, which features a neon-coloured spin in pink, neon yellow and blue. The mid-cut sneakers features zip detailing on the side giving the Air Nike a premium upgrade. Stay tuned for the release date for these to drop at NIKE online in the next coming weeks/months.





Why enlist the help of one maison for your collection when you can have four? That seemed to be thinking behind Pigalle’s latest collection, a line of incredibly limited menswear pieces that come close to being actual works of art.

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The collection is a collaboration with four different Parisian Maisons: Lesage, Lemarié, Lognon and Goossens. The designers brought their collective background in haute couture to the latest Pigalle offerings, with each piece being made by hand and in a limited series of five. Some aspects of the collection required more than 40 hours of work, solidifying the unique craftsmanship behind each individual piece.

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The collection is on sale now exclusively at colette.

colette
213 Rue Saint Honoré
75001 Paris

Because who’s more inspiring than you?

balenciaga1

The Fall 2016 lookbook is here and while it may scream of new creative director, order Demna Gvasalia’s touch, the collection was actually conceived before his appointment. Looking back through the archives to founder, Cristóbal Balenciaga’s design relationship with Mona von Bismarck, the pieces and details are very contemporary with a retrospective nod. There’a lots of exaggeration with awkward cuts and lengths, getting us real excited for the brand’s first menswear show in Paris in June

If there’s one key styling tip to take home from this lookbook it’s tucking. Whether a shearling aviator , zip-through hoodie or quilted puffa, tuck it on to your trousers. The collection celebrates co-ord looks in cosy winter textures, and earthy utilitarian tones, inspired by dirt-digging gardening gear.

View the full collection lookbook below:

Balenciaga 4

balenciaga3

balenciaga1

balenciaga2




Your no.1 Presto is here.

rsz_acronym-nike-air-presto-neon-01

This spring/summer 2016 we’ve seen Presto after Presto from Nike and finally we at PAUSE believe this pair is one of the coolest. ACRONYM and NIKE have collaborated on a new Nike Air Presto designer, which features a neon-coloured spin in pink, neon yellow and blue. The mid-cut sneakers features zip detailing on the side giving the Air Nike a premium upgrade. Stay tuned for the release date for these to drop at NIKE online in the next coming weeks/months.





Why enlist the help of one maison for your collection when you can have four? That seemed to be thinking behind Pigalle’s latest collection, a line of incredibly limited menswear pieces that come close to being actual works of art.

pigalle-menswear-pieces-01-396x575

pigalle-menswear-pieces-02-396x575

pigalle-menswear-pieces-04-396x575

The collection is a collaboration with four different Parisian Maisons: Lesage, Lemarié, Lognon and Goossens. The designers brought their collective background in haute couture to the latest Pigalle offerings, with each piece being made by hand and in a limited series of five. Some aspects of the collection required more than 40 hours of work, solidifying the unique craftsmanship behind each individual piece.

pigalle-menswear-pieces-05-396x575

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The collection is on sale now exclusively at colette.

colette
213 Rue Saint Honoré
75001 Paris




Inspired by the Youth.

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Proudrace is a brand to look out for, inspired by Youth culture, Creative Director Rick Rasos takes his youth upbringing in Philippines as a source of developing his latest collection. The collection features a range of oversized garments, 90’s inspired t-shirt logos and looks that will keep your wardrobe alive throughout the year. See the full lookbook below featuring Steffi Ziebert and David Sorrenti photographed by Edrick Bruel.

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Because who’s more inspiring than you?

balenciaga1

The Fall 2016 lookbook is here and while it may scream of new creative director, order Demna Gvasalia’s touch, the collection was actually conceived before his appointment. Looking back through the archives to founder, Cristóbal Balenciaga’s design relationship with Mona von Bismarck, the pieces and details are very contemporary with a retrospective nod. There’a lots of exaggeration with awkward cuts and lengths, getting us real excited for the brand’s first menswear show in Paris in June

If there’s one key styling tip to take home from this lookbook it’s tucking. Whether a shearling aviator , zip-through hoodie or quilted puffa, tuck it on to your trousers. The collection celebrates co-ord looks in cosy winter textures, and earthy utilitarian tones, inspired by dirt-digging gardening gear.

View the full collection lookbook below:

Balenciaga 4

balenciaga3

balenciaga1

balenciaga2




Your no.1 Presto is here.

rsz_acronym-nike-air-presto-neon-01

This spring/summer 2016 we’ve seen Presto after Presto from Nike and finally we at PAUSE believe this pair is one of the coolest. ACRONYM and NIKE have collaborated on a new Nike Air Presto designer, which features a neon-coloured spin in pink, neon yellow and blue. The mid-cut sneakers features zip detailing on the side giving the Air Nike a premium upgrade. Stay tuned for the release date for these to drop at NIKE online in the next coming weeks/months.





Why enlist the help of one maison for your collection when you can have four? That seemed to be thinking behind Pigalle’s latest collection, a line of incredibly limited menswear pieces that come close to being actual works of art.

pigalle-menswear-pieces-01-396x575

pigalle-menswear-pieces-02-396x575

pigalle-menswear-pieces-04-396x575

The collection is a collaboration with four different Parisian Maisons: Lesage, Lemarié, Lognon and Goossens. The designers brought their collective background in haute couture to the latest Pigalle offerings, with each piece being made by hand and in a limited series of five. Some aspects of the collection required more than 40 hours of work, solidifying the unique craftsmanship behind each individual piece.

pigalle-menswear-pieces-05-396x575

pigalle-menswear-pieces-03-396x575

The collection is on sale now exclusively at colette.

colette
213 Rue Saint Honoré
75001 Paris




Inspired by the Youth.

TRAGICYOUTH_fy1

Proudrace is a brand to look out for, inspired by Youth culture, Creative Director Rick Rasos takes his youth upbringing in Philippines as a source of developing his latest collection. The collection features a range of oversized garments, 90’s inspired t-shirt logos and looks that will keep your wardrobe alive throughout the year. See the full lookbook below featuring Steffi Ziebert and David Sorrenti photographed by Edrick Bruel.

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Dolce & Gabbana unveil their Spring/Summr 2015 Eyewear campaign featuring Dolce Bullfighter José Maria Manzanares and models Misa Patinszki, Travis Cannata and Xavier Serrano. The SS15 campaign was shot by designer Domenico Dolce. The featured sunglasses are clean, minimal and as well as classic styles, wearable for the super stylish Dolce & Gabbana fan. Peep the full campaign below:

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