Pure FIRE! When it comes to fashion, everything Solange touches turns to Technicolor goodness, and in a world of black and black, a punch of tasteful brightness is always appreciated.
The new campaign, shot by her boyfriend and talented director Alan Ferguson, features girls with wild natural hair, dressed in spring time colors, while also allowing the sneakers to make a bold statement.
Symmetrical faces are said to be a benchmark for true beauty (this especially rings true in the fashion industry), but this startling project shows they actually might not be what everyone wants. British-born, New York-based photographer Alex John Beck’s series ‘Both Sides Of’ offers two sets of symmetrical faces.
One image takes the left half of the subject’s face and mirrors it into the beauty shot of a seemingly whole face, while the adjacent portrait offers a similarly symmetrical rendition of the right side of the face.
It reveals how unsymmetrical faces really are and how different one would look, were they to be completely equal on both sides.
Preen Line, the second more affordable collection from Preen design team Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, has been a breakout success since its launch in spring 2008. Think of it Preen’s cooler younger sister.
For Fall 2014, the brand continues the tartan, floral print motif, creating girly statement garments that still hold a certain tomboy-ish edge and toughness that we love.
This season, in their most subversive move yet, VFILES gave three independent designers a stage at NY Fashion Week.
ASSK, Melitta Baumeister and Hyein Seo were the lucky winners, and just like everything that VFILES is a part of, they sent a breath of fresh air through sometimes-stodgy NYFW—to a certain kind of downtown kid, VFILES is the only fashion show that matters.