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“Hallowed” - a short film based on Dante’s Inferno has been selected for the 2014 San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2014. The film that was commissioned by (and features dancers from) the English National Ballet was directed by Chris Turner and choreographed by George Williamson. Additional key contributors included Hungry Man Productions, Warp Records and our very own Twenty6 Magazine. http://www.twenty6magazine.com/issue-h/moving-image/hallowed
It’s been announced that Fashion East’s Ashley Williams will be launching a line for the biggest and most comprehensive denim department in the world - Selfridges Denim Studio! In anticipation of the studios one year anniversary they have hooked up with denim obsessed Ashley Williams for a limited-edition jeans line. The eight-piece capsule collection is based upon her AW14 collection taking inspiration from Mississippi and obscure Americana.
The collaboration will be the first opportunity to buy Ashley’s AW14 line anywhere in the world and a massive step as she breaks away from Fashion East for the first time.
Available exclusively at Selfridges, London, from 14 August.
The fashion crowd flock to Stockholm for fashion week at the well-renowned Berns and Bukowskis. Since the first event in 2005 Fashion Week Stockholm has grown to become one of the most important fashion weeks in Northern Europe. Here are some of our favourite Swedish street style snaps!
Last week, six covers were revealed for Interview Magazine’s September issue. Keira Knightley not only grabbed one of the covers but she managed to grace the pages too…topless. The black and white images shot by Patrick Demarchelier are part of the magazines tribute to the world’s most influential photographers. Keira poses for the French photographer wearing looks from Chanel, Hugo Boss and Donna Karan styled by Elin Svahn.
Whilst topless Keira rocks Tom Ford pants and gloves by Daniel Storto with wet her streaking down her face.
Editor in chief Keith Pollock didn’t select his September cover stars, but asked six photographers to select their own stars who they believe represents beauty. Amongst the crowd was Nicole Kidman, Naomi Campbell, Amber Valletta, Leya Seydoux and Daria Werbowy
Meet Gizzy the Persian Kitten who was the star of the ‘Me & Zena’ AW14 Campaign. Shot by photographer Caroline Leeming the cat shows off the adorable collections available to us this winter. The brand creates design-led statement jewellery shaped by a consistent attention to inventive design, detail and humour.
L is for Label Lust #termiteeyewear @termiteeyewear #sunglasses #shades #sunnies #design #madeinbritain #fashion
Somerset House just dropped their winter Calendar and we are excited to see Guy Bourdin’s work is on the list. The legendary fashion photographer renowned for his controversial photography that ‘tiptoed to the edge of pornography’ will be celebrated at the museum between 27 November 2014 – 15 March 2015.
The exhibition entitled ‘Guy Bourdin: Image-Maker’ will be the largest-ever curation of the late photographer’s photos, celebrating his signature approach, featuring over 100 works and previously unseen material from the photographer’s estate, from 1955 to 1987.
The perfect shade of pink… 💗 @fyodorgolan #aw14 #fyodorgolan #pink #jacket #metallic
#Nationaldogday #edwardquinn #celebritypets
H is for #Hermes C is for #conniedog S is for #snoozing #inthecountry @tillyhardy @jamesenglishpro
4. HOT PANTS
In December 1971 LIFE magazine published this photo with the caption “HOT PANTS: A short but happy career.” Moschino’s SS14 collection showed us that the skimpy shorts are here to stay!
While pearls have remained somewhat of a timeless trend, Lagerfeld certainly put his signature stamp on them for Chanel’s SS14 catwalk…
2. SHOULDER PADS
When it comes to championing shoulder pads, look no further than Balmain’s military jackets. Sharp angles and sequins make them a true 80’s revival.