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The first models genuinely inspired by Workwear arrived during the Second World War, thanks to the Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli and her “Cash and Carry” collection: exquisitely Haute Couture dresses and suits characterized by large pockets and zips, capable of holding the equivalent of a handbag inside them.
Tom Ford is a King Midas of every creative sector, from fashion to his exceptional sartorial ars, from design aesthetics to beauty, from photography to cinema, which has also made him appreciated as a talented director.
“There are some who go into a fashion house and tear everything apart to start from scratch.
Others try to see what those who used to live in that house were trying to say, thus starting a dialogue to see if they can come up with something new.
This is what I did when I arrived at Moschino.
He had understood something I also believe in: it’s all a game, where you don’t have to take yourself too seriously”.
Five streetwear brands born from the creativity of talented and visionary artists who, at a certain point in their careers, founded their own fashion label spreading their artistic language on sweatshirts, puffer jackets, trousers, tees and accessories.
Kubrick’s dark vision has echoed in Undercover’s aesthetic, which has spawned some of the most interesting collections of recent years; featuring garments on which iconic frames from his movies and patterns inspired by his sinister settings are showcased.
A vaguely apocalyptic vision of the near future, perhaps, as if foreshadowing an inevitable war, discernible in the camouflage fabrics and boots, among functional saddlebags and backpacks that carry everything.
With Fragment Design brand, the Japanese Designer Hiroshi Fujiwara has exerted immeasurable influence on fashion and Street Culture, creating consumer products and collaborating with everyone from Nike and Louis Vuitton to Moncler, via Levi’s, Stussy, Supreme, Starbucks, and even Pokemon and Maserati.
With “The Art of Genius”, Monlcer amazes again; and he does so without provocation, without fuss; focusing everything solely on “amazement”: a stroke of genius, that confirms Remo Ruffini as one of the most visionary creative directors of the moment.
Pharrell is an already familiar personality in the fashion system, but this appointment still leaves some doubt.