We know that Yazbükey’s world of colors take hold of every onlooker. Now, we just want to know Yaz a little better.
Helen Kirkum is the characteristic touch we all need in this day and age when the unstoppable rise of sneakers continue but most brands’ collections have fallen into repetition. Having received the 2016 International Talent Support Accessories Award, founded to support young fashion designers, British designer stole the spotlight at the graduation show at her school, Royal College of Art. She rips and reattaches old sneakers in her collection Our Public Youth, which made a name for her. Positioning her work somewhere between art and fashion, Helen believes that both designers and consumers need to slow down a bit and take responsibility. Let’s get to know her better!
This exhibition spells fashion with a lower-case “f.” Displayed at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the exhibition fashion after Fashion paves the way for a new era in fashion. Open until August 6, the exhibition displays works of designers who reflect on fashion and give rise to thought in others.
We know it’s ridiculous to associate people with their roles but, as everyone else, we sometimes fall prey to this error, and can find ourselves to be surprised by an actor’s/actress’ energetic, friendly and dynamic moods when we meet him/her. This was exactly how we felt when we met Bade, and now we invite you to meet her. Afresh for those who already do (or think they do).