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Monday, 09 December 2013

MUTATE AW13 / DIEGO ZÚÑIGA

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The homonymous firm of the Mexican designer returns this Fall/Winter 2013 with MUTATE. The starting point is the beetle, an insect that throughout history has been an inspiration for industrial design, architecture and the military world. With eight all-black looks, MUTATE is characterized by oversize pieces, tailored quality and sporty touches. It surprises us with dynamic and original cuts, mesh details, and for the first time in the brand’s history there is a couple of functional accessories (cap and backpack) to create an outfit that reflects the concept perfectly. The collection? Wide-cut blazers with relaxed lapels, sweaters with wide sleeves, pants with big cargo-like pockets, and short wide pants. The textures reflect inspiration and are mixed with the designer’s characteristic black-over-black detail. The fortress, intellect, routine, and strength of the contemporary man is what emerges from this proposal from Zúñiga.

Photo: www.anairam.com
Make up:Ossiel Ramos
Model: Model: Frederik Tölke @ BANG! MANAGEMENT
Shoes: @ Feminine and Masculine

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Thursday, 13 September 2012

Smells like 100 % french authenticity ... MAS DU ROSEAU by SOPHIE TREM

 

 

Dear Diane, Shaded viewers, 

This is that busy time of the year, when everything and everyone is rushing because of all these FW... but what i like the most about September, it's going to the huge design and decoration trade show MAISON&OBJET here nearby Paris!
I ran into my friend Cecile who was helping out on her aunt's booth : MAS DU ROSEAU, a real 100% made in france Savon de Marseille, totally natural and organic products, declined into so many versions that i felt like needing them all!
It feels so good to see and bring back home some littles pieces of south french relax lifestyle!
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http://www.masduroseau.fr/

Sophie Trem

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Monday, 08 November 2010

Six Scents: Series Three Launch Party at 3 Legged Dog in New York. By Glenn Belverio

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Above: Designer Rad Hourani, blogging supernova Tavi Gevinson & designer Mary Katrantzou who won the Swiss Textiles Award last week

Dear Shaded Viewers,

On Friday night I attended the launch party for the third Six Scents series which is the brainchild of Joseph Quartana (of Seven New York) and Kaya Sorhaindo and is sold at boutiques, museums and galleries worldwide. The new series is an exploration of intimate childhood memories involving the sense of smell and the influence of adolescence on identity. (So Tavi was a perfect choice for one of the hosts of the event.) Six designers (Alexis Mabille, Mary Katrantzou, Juun.J, Rad Hourani, N.Hoolywood and Ohne Titel) from different parts of the world teamed up with perfumers to create their limited-edition, unisex scents. A portion of the proceeds will go to War Child International in support of children who have not had the good fortune to experience the same freedom of childhood and adolescence.

For more info about Six Scents Three & to view the films about the project: http://six-scents.com

 

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There were scent stations set up at the party and I liked Ohne Titel''s fragrance the best. (Some of the notes: cardamom absolute, cedarwood, black plum, civet, tonka beans Venezuela & 2 kinds of musk.) "I tried to recreate their attention to intricate tailoring, architecture and design, their care of detail, all these very feminine aspects using these strong and signature materials like cardamom, safraleine, and leather." - perfumer Yann Vasnier

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Meet the Perfumers: Yann Vasnier, Rodrigo Flores-Roux & Stephen Nilsen

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Sophie Na

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Rad Hourani's fragrance was inspired by the cycle of life. "Origin of life is expressed by a fresh accord, green and watery, like a drop of sperm. Childhood is evoked by baby powder, it's a musky and powdery scent. Midlife is expressed by a leather note, comfortable yet strong like a leather jacket. Then the end of life is symbolized by incense, not a morbid but a liturgic odor, evoking the ambiance of the churches." - perfumer Christophe Raynaud 

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Tavi is adorable in person, like a little Raggedy Ann doll. After I read the New Yorker profile on her during my flight to Madrid in September, I was convinced that she knows more about fashion than many of-a-certain-age editors. I think in a few years she'll be an immensely successful editor or creative director.

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My pal Godfrey Deeny of Fashion Wire Daily & my date, Joselle Yokogawa who does the style blog Josie's House of Style.

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 Jason Last (right) & friend. We loved the friend's Marky Mark t-shirt. (Which reminds me, I still have a copy of the rare & legendary 1992 issue of INTERVIEW with Marky Mark on the cover shot by Bruce Weber. I think I tried to sell it on eBay a few years ago for like $700 and someone wrote to me saying "Are you kidding with that price?" I'm glad I still have it because to me it's priceless.)

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Kenzo Minami at the after party at Soho Grand.

Thanks for reading.

Love,

Glenn Belverio

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