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Novembre: interview with Alis Pelleschi


What emotion are you attempting to achieve with each individual piece of this collection?
All our collections generally have a notion of positivity or empowerment, although this can be delivered or represented in different ways. With this collection, we wanted to take a spin on the idea of real-life motocross babes that are kinda superhuman/sucked into a virtual reality game/spat back out again, but really exist. These bold super human mutants that have abs, ride bikes hard, are strong, sexy, skilled. But also this kind of disillusion we have with virtual gaming/internet life that we kinda become these warped versions of ourselves.

Juliana Schurig & Lina Berg for Chloé Pre-Fall 2015

Juliana Schurig & Lina Berg for Chloé Pre-Fall 2015

Juliana Schurig & Lina Berg for Chloé Pre-Fall 2015

Anna Ewers In Full Alexander Wang Denim Line Lookbook by Steven Klein

Anna Ewers In Full Alexander Wang Denim Line Lookbook

You can see the campaign here.

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Maartje Verhoef for Narciso Rodriguez Pre-Fall 2015

Maartje Verhoef for Narciso Rodriguez Pre-Fall 2015

She's so good. Full collection

Pre-Fall 2015

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Adrienne Jüliger for McQ Alexander McQueen & Mixed models for Alexander Wang

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Anders Haal

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O32c: Blue Sky Agenda: Designer ANDERS HAAL in Conversation with 032c



ANDERS HAAL is a Stockholm-based designer who, after completing his studies at Beckmans School of Design, moved on to become first designer at Ann-Sofie Back Atelje. In late 2013, he left the company to start his own label, HAAL, which was quickly picked up by forward-thinking retailers such as LN-CC and Opening Ceremony. His second collection, which debuts here, features HAAL models digitally plastered across big city billboards set against blue sky backdrops. 032c spoke with Haal about hacking, big brand mentalities, and carefree living.

Ellen DeGeneres Turns Designer

Ellen DeGeneres Vogue

Vogue.com:


All these concepts are channeled into the collections that will start modestly enough with a capsule holiday line, then build up to a sprawling portfolio that includes everything from cheerful ceramic plates to playful stationery to rugs, bedding, garden tools, and candles. There will be accessibly priced men’s and women’s clothing that reflects Ellen’s enduringly classic, collegiate style (leavened with dresses that suggest Portia’s understated, feminine sensibility). All will be sold through the E.D. Web site (launching in spring 2015), retail partners (still to be named), and pop-up shops. Ellen’s strategy may not be novel—this is the era of Aerin, Martha, Blake, Gwyneth, after all—but her endgame is ambitious. She envisions nothing less than global brand domination, to reposition herself as the design icon of elevated-lifestyle taste. “When I someday decide to stop doing the show,” she has said, “my entire focus is going to be design.”