Balenciaga has taken to Paris Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2020 with an ‘’immersive’’ experience: a floor covered with water up to the first three rows of seats, creating a vast, mesmerizing reflecting pool while LED graphics on the ceiling mimicked storm, fire and thunder. For the luxury label, its creative director Demna Gvasalia delivered commentary
Balenciaga’s creative director Demna Gvasalia and right-hand creative partner/stylist Lotta Volkova team with contemporary artist photographer Jean-Pierre Attal to lens the houses Fall/Winter 2019 campaign. Inspired by Attal’s Ethnographic Landscapes series from 2012 which places urban tribes, unengaged with each other, in natural settings, models pose against changing backgrounds. Chunky turtlenecks, oversized coats, slouchy trousers,
‘’The real Parisian of today’’, was the seasonal theme and the big idea Demna Gvasalia brought to Balenciaga this season. The designer let go so most of the streetwear claptraps he’s been stereotyped with to focus mostly on tailoring, and the precision silhouettes Cristóbal Balenciaga pioneered. He focused on minimal cool silhouette with an oddly
At Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia introduced his take on modern glamour and elegance, ‘’all the words that seem, kind of, taboo today’’, through a stunning, immersive event-cum-fashion show he created in association with artist Jon Rafman, whom he’d met at Art Basel. The clothes themselves were a continuation of the dialed-back wares Balenciaga presented last season,
Photographed by Robbie Augspurger, family remains the nucleus for Balenciaga’s Spring/Summer 2018 campaign. With the Demna Gvasalia’s typical sense of humor, the campaign embraces a mix of straight and oversized silhouettes for the season and references the much-maligned family and school photo set-up of the ’90s.
For Vogue Ukraine’s March 2020 cover, British model Lara Mullen poses for photographer Bruno Staub wearing a look from Prada paired with Panconesi earrings. In the cover story, styled by Giovanni Dario Laudicina, Lara impresses wearing designs from labels such as Maison Margiela, Tod’s, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Rochas, Alessandra Rich, Alexandre Vauthier, Gucci, Balenciaga and
Argentinian top model Mica Argañaraz took ‘’Lignes d’Horizon’’, a fashion editorial captured by photographer Karim Sadli for Vogue Paris’ March 2020 issue. In charge of styling was Aleksandra Woroniecka, who for the session selected looks from the likes of Burberry, Fendi, Stella McCartney, Hermès, Balmain, Lanvin, Balenciaga, Gucci, Polo Ralph Lauren, Miu Miu, Saint Laurent
Photographer Alexander Saladrigas worked with models Aaliyah Hydes and Jordan Daniels on the story ‘’Show Yourself’’ for Vogue Russia’s March 2020 issue. In charge of styling was Sveta Vashenyak, who for the session selected looks from the likes of Valentino, Nina Ricci, Balenciaga, Max Mara, Hermès, Bottega Veneta, Loewe, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Fendi.
Coco Rocha strikes a pose on Harper’s Bazaar Taiwan’s March 2020 cover. Photographed by Ungano + Agriodimas, she wears a green Balenciaga trench coat and boots for the occasion. The cover story shows the Canadian top model in statement looks from the Spring/Summer 2020 collections. Styled by Sarah Gore Reeves, Coco transforms wearing everything from
For the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Garage Magazine, Maurizio Cattelan, the Italian conceptual artist best known for his recent sale of a banana taped to a wall at Art Basel Miami Beach, has teamed up with top model Kendall Jenner and photographer Campbell Addy. For the cover, Jenner re-creates Cattelan’s 2003 sculpture of supermodel Stephanie