Finally, now your kid can twin with North West and Blue Ivy Carter, thanks to Givenchy's first childrenswear collection (excluding any one-of-kind looks the French luxury house creates for West and Carter though—sorry). The launch will debut under the helm of the French house’s newly inducted artistic director Clare Waight Keller for the fall/winter 2017 season, and we have the pics to prove it.
What we’ll get is a line of streetwear-inspired pieces for babies and children aged 0 to 12 years (start ‘em young). Everything from oversize logo-emblazoned sweaters to chunky lace-up boots to edgy denim—think very stylish, toughened up Babies"R"Us.
KENZO Folio is a new quarterly publication showcasing the brand’s collections in a fresh and unexpected way through the eyes of young creatives. The first issue sees the label commission curator and filmmaker Akinola Davies Jr. to create a project related to the theme of “ceremony”. Davies Jr. teamed up with photographer Ruth Ossai and stylist Ibrahim Kamara to create a visual exploration of Nigeria’s Nsukka population. The images feature pieces from KENZO SS17 combined and heavily accessorised to celebrate the culture of Nigerian and indigenous Igbo people.
The images capture the energy and style of Nsukka and we are totally obsessed. Have a look through the beautiful series below.
Tommy Hilfiger's trip to the West Coast for its Spring see-now-buy-now collection in February felt like an inevitable pilgrimage for a brand whose first store was opened in Beverly Hills. The all American red-white-and-blue vision that has become synonymous with Tommy Hilfiger feels particularly at home in the balmy climes and palm tree-lined boulevards of the Golden State and, in a new video featuring the Spring 2017 collection, this image has been brought to life.
Watch the video below, where Tommy's roller squad take to the streets of LA for a sunny day of candy-floss eating, muscle beach-invading hijinks:
From-The Love magazine