"MAKE A PARTY" in Antwerp and during Sieraad Art Fair
MAKE ME party has been organized for the first time in Villa Bengel, an exhibition space in the old industrial chain factory Jakob-Bengel in Idar-Oberstein on invitation by the Edelstein und Schmuck Department of the Trier University of Applied Art and is now repeated in Antwerp and Amsterdam.
The leading festival for branded video content focused on fashion, lifestyle and luxury opens for entries for its fourth edition. Filmmakers, advertising agencies, production companies, fashion designers, and brands are invited to submit their work.
Chiara Scarpitti´s works develop on different aspects of the contemporary, hybridizing the technology with a humanistic approach, using the most innovative production techniques between advanced industry and high craft.
Sophie Maree Gallery is proud to present our exhibition with new works by photographer Ellie Davies (1976). In her most recent series Stars (2014), Davies aims to create a deeper understanding of human relations with nature in a modern and technologized world. .
Where: Den Haag, The Netherlands
When: 10 January 2015 till 28 February 2015
More information: http://sophie-maree.com
Designed by the world-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, this exhibition brings together exclusive interviews, an immersive multimedia journey and unique historic pieces of clothing to form the most wide-ranging presentation of modern fashion ever to be shown in the UK.
In recent years, these artists have frequently, with powerful forces that carefully transpires, taking place on the international stage. Opening up the contemporary Finnish jewellery to the world and let the same read the Finnish visual stories.
WUT's mission is to inject a pioneering dose of insanely hip esprit into Toyko’s fashion scene, continuing to search for outstanding and amazing pieces as a must-go-to-spot in Omotesando. Also you can enjoy its shop online from anywhere.
The European Month of Photography Berlin is the largest German festival for photography. Since 2004, it has been taking place every two years in Berlin, presenting a wide range of exhibitions and events on historic and contemporary photography.
Kelly’s designs are complemented by selections from the artist’s significant collection of black memorabilia, videos of his exuberant fashion shows, and photographs by renowned artists including Horst P. Horst, Pierre et Gilles, and Oliviero Toscani.
Atopos Unlocked is the new program of Atopos during which the organisation introduces its new research focusing on the depiction of the nude body and how it is captured by the new generation of artists of Tumblr and social media. The outcome of this research will be presented in 2015 through a special publication titled Unlocked, in collaboration with la Gaîté lyrique, Paris.
Where: Athens // Greece
When: November 5th, 12th, 19th, 2014
More information: http://atopos.gr
All processes, planning, designing and manufacturing are developed in Japan. EYEVAN 7285 is sold at highly-selected eyewear stores and fashion boutiques in Japan and all over the world like Colette in Paris.
This book is a tribute to Demeulemeester’s historical career, with over 1,000 photographs approximating some of the mystery and detailing associated with her brand. A must have for all lovers of Ann Demeulemeester creations.
2902 Gallery is a Singapore-based contemporary art photography gallery dedicated in its mission to provide a presentation and promotional platform to contemporary artists who use photography as a medium.
The exhibition of the graduating class of Marc Volk titled SO ODER SO can be seen as a playful response to the previous graduate exhibition anyway. The eight graduates present in the spacious rooms of the gallery the school independent photographic projects that have been developed in the last three semesters.
CARINA CHITSAZ-SHOSHTARY: "Where Blue Hides After Dark"
Beside the rather typical branches of German fauna, one finds a skeleton from a cactus plant layered with odd-looking scales. The scales are handmade, carved out of thick layers of graffiti-paint, a material the artist has found in the urban realm of a city. Karen Pontoppidan, 2014 (Excerpted from "Materiality in Colour or How the Object Became Blue").
Curated by Hubert de Givenchy himself, the exhibition shows dresses that he designed for some of the 20th century’s most iconic personalities, including Jacqueline Kennedy, the Duchess of Windsor, Caroline of Monaco and his muse and friend Audrey Hepburn.
The collection began with the concept of "Eatable," a metaphor for treating products like food and paying careful attention to the "ingredients" of the product. Selected fabrics are made only with natural fibers, and leathers are all vegetable tannin leather hand-dyed with plant dye.
"MEN IN PROGRESS: 20 años de moda masculina, 20 años de GQ"
Fashion pieces are completed with a wide exhibition of photographs by artists such as Paolo Roversi, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Sebastian Kim, Giampaolo Sgura, Peggy Sirota, Tony Kelly, Javier Salas o Eugenio Recuenco.
A solo exhibition of nearly 30 works by artist Chu Chu. “Material Immaterial” reevaluates daily items through hazy yet imposing images that transcend spatial presence by removing these objects from their usual contexts.
GÉSINE HACKENBERG: "DAILY DELICIOUS, FEAST OF TODAY"
"The intention of my jewellery is to represent fruit and vegetables’ relationship with people and their bodies. Everyday contact with these natural products– shopping, peeling, preparation and eating - serves as the chief source of inspiration".
On the bank of the river Seine, just a few steps away from the Grand Palais where the FIAC is hosted, Slick Attitude bring together thirty french and international galleries and a selection of about ten projects by emerging artists.
"132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE" is Miyake's new creative challenge based on the ideas of "Regeneration and Re-creation" and a continuation of his perpetual search for new ways by which to make "clothes that bring joy and happiness to wearers".
When Helmut Newton established his foundation in the fall of 2003, he provided several hundred original photographs – vintage and late prints – on permanent loan. The Helmut Newton Foundation opened in the summer of 2004, unfortunately without the presence of its founder, who passed away in January 2004 in Los Angeles.
Ann Sofie Back has won the Swedish Elle Designer of the Year Award 3 times. She was awarded the prestigious Goldbutton Award, the equivalent of the CFDA awards in Sweden, and was nominated for the Swiss Textile Award in 2007.
"This project has been on my mind for several years. Following an invitation to exhibit at the Lomography Embassy art space here in Vienna I finally managed to complete this very personal work. This project reflects on memories of my mother and childhood places, whereby I have reworked existing photographs showing her growing up and becoming a mother, my mother".
"JEAN PAUL GAULTIER: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk"
This spectacular overview of Gaultier’s oeuvre features the first dress created by the designer in 1971 to his latest haute couture and ready-to-wear collections, costumes worn by Kylie Minogue and Beyoncé and haute couture dresses worn by Nicole Kidman.
"On another level Mackert questions the inherent similarity between jewels and the devices that present objects- frames, stands, catalogues, which are by definition supplemental". Text by Alena Alexandrova, 2014
The solo exhibition of Berlin-based photographer Loredana Nemes will open at the gallery Podbielski Contemporary on 21 November 2014. The show will present a series that the artist created this year, titled The Presentation.
"As befits both a leather house and a designer who relishes working with skin (animal and the naked human variety), there was softness and subtlety that could tempt a vegan, but also plenty of luxurious looking cottons and linens". Text by Lisa Armstrong
The idea behind this International design exhibition is to present new and exciting products from many facets of lifestyle such as fashion, jewellery, accessories and interior design all together in one inspiring and curated environment.
"SAMURAI: JAPANESE ARMOR from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection
Because the social rank, income, and prestige of a samurai family were strictly determined by the battlefield valor of their ancestors, armor became ever more sumptuous as the embodiment of an elite warrior family’s heritage.
Where: Los Angeles, CA
When: October 19, 2014–February 1, 2015
More information: http://www.lacma.org
The Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris will host
the first exhibition devoted exclusively to fashion photography. This event organized by Talon Haut Studio, will present on 400 m2 exhibition, almost one hundred limited edition photographs, selected to reflect fully the richness and creativity of this art.
Design Ljubljana presents IDENTITY as one of the focal points of the festival in 2014 and one of fashion-related highlights in this European region. Their point is to organize a significant event and innovative exhibition, presenting a selection of highly creative international fashion designers all over the world. One basic dress pattern cut. Many interpretations that go beyond the frames of uniformity.
The website www.montaignemarket.com is an e-commerce site accessible via the Internet to all Internet users. MONTAIGNE MARKET offers an incredible choice of ultra luxury and cosmopolitan styles. Mens section will be back soon.
These artists explore jewelry through their words, video, and making. A full color catalogue will accompany this exhibition, which includes text written by Mariah Tuttle with interviews and biographies of the participating artists.
"TEXTILE VIVANT: Vision, Experience and Research in Textile Design"
Curated by Maria Grazia Soldati, Giovanni Maria Conti, Barbara Del Curto, Eleonora Fiorani, In this exhibition fabrics are also viewed as a presence making its return to the contemporary world in new areas of design.
In addition to the ready-to-wear tennis collection, which was launched in May 2013, Monreal London issued eight tennis grips that have been printed with fun and playful designs, a concept that is completely unique to the market.
The calendar of bereavement's evolution and cultural implications will be illuminated through women's clothing and accessories, showing the progression of appropriate fabrics from mourning crape to corded silks, and the later introduction of color with shades of gray and mauve.
Noovo Editions is an independent editorial and cultural project with online and paper editions. First of its kind in Spain from an unique and contemporary perspective on the international panorama,
Noovo seeks not only to be an aesthetic arbiter but also a cultural mediator at the juncture between Fashion, Photography & Jewellery.
A platform to show the highest level of creativity from around the world in these fields.