The ultimate lifestyle factory DIESEL welcomes fashion law-giver Nicola Formichetti (former Creative Director at Mugler) as new Artistic Director. I am so super excited to see what Nicola and DIESEL are capable of together. One thing is for sure – it’s gonna be ground-breaking and really huuuge!
Classic clean cuts with exciting highlights, subtle embellishments and fine materials. Androgynous meets feminine, hard lines meet soft curves. A timeless collection of Jonathan Saunders to fall in love with.
First floor open 8am-10pm daily. Second floor restaurant open 5.30-11pm daily.
6 Dongping Lu, near Hengshan Lu, Xuhui district
Everybody is obsessed with Givenchy – apparently my buddies at Barneys too. Take a look at the amazing video they directed, featuring the actual Spring-Summer 2013 collection of Givenchy and get an idea how super-human Riccardo Tisci sees men this season.
I would be more than happy to see more men dress like that…
At the latest issue of the furniture fair HOMEDEPOT in Vienna, the creative crowd at DIESEL again proved to the world that they are pretty awesome not only in designing denim stuff. This is where the iconic Italian brand presented some creations worth combining with your DIESEL jeans and jackets.
Timeless shapes, rough textures on metals and wood and decent coloring – these were the guiding themes for creative chef Wilbert Das and his crew.
Now have alook at the pieces and start matching them with your jeans.
For the SS2013 Prada experiments a multi-faceted collage of hand-drawn and painted shapes, casting the shadows that they project.
Simplicity, poetry and sentimentalism, processed through imaginary cinematic scenes; characters yearning in a world of sophisticated feelings, eluding nostalgia to inspect longing and legacy.
Restraining versus revealing: conflicting attitudes in a series of intimate and social situations.
Get ready for a great summer with Prada.
Bewegte Bilder. Bewegend. Bernhard Willhelm A/W 13-14
Brandt Brauer Frick release their third studio album and its exactly what you expected and hoped it to be. At least when you expected it to move a little bit away from the minimality and straightness of the first two albums and to become a more versatile version of what Brandt Brauer Frick do. The rhythms are twisted in any direction from time to time, while the structures move from dance-tracks to songs and beyond. If the older albums showed the fans of digital music that you can dance to analogue music, too, than this album shows these people what analogue instruments are able to achieve.