1. Stellarissa VOL03 2014

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    Lookbook and Campaign Videoshoot for Stellarissa RTW volume 03 - 2014 Photography by Steve Wahyu Retouch & Video + Video Editing by Grace Gunawan Styled by Cempaka Asriani Make-up & Hair by Carlos Shu for Lancome Indonesia Modeled by Luane @21mm, Jakarta

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    • Joyce Penas Pilarsky at Fashion Week Brooklyn SS2015

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      Joyce Peñas Pilarsky is a Filipino fashion designer, model and beauty queen. Joyce is a veteran, designing dresses, gowns and fashion accessories for over a decade. Fashion design is a passion for Joyce and she enjoys creating unique collections. In line with the Fashion Week Brooklyn theme, “Designs of the Times” (Spring/Summer 2015 Collections), Joyce unveiled her latest collections of 60’s inspired fashion in A-line short dresses, bright colors, fully embroidered. Flowers are the main theme of the collection. Her playful and stylized collection brings back the colorful days of time. Website: joycepilarsky.com Fan page: facebook.com/JPPDaringCollections Twitter: twitter.com/JPilarsky Instagram: instagram.com/JPilarsky Google Plus: plus.google.com/+JoycePilarsky Press: gmanetwork.com/news/story/381920/pinoyabroad/news/pinay-fashion-designer-to-showcase-60-s-inspired-designs-in-brooklyn Fashion Nexus: fashionnexus.net/joyce-pilarsky-transports-her-feminine-floral-aesthetic-to-the-60s/

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      • Allude Summer 2015

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        embracing uncertainty “The freedom of the individual and the many different ways in which people live their lives provided the inspiration for my collection. To me, being open to everything and not following any predefined rules is a sign of our times. The individual’s attitude and take on life are the elements that perfect the look – everything is wearable, there are no rules.” Creative Director Andrea Karg’s enthusiasm for experimentation is visible on multiple levels. Using exquisite craftsmanship, contrasting textures are transformed into finely crafted structures which are typically associated with ALLUDE. Minimalistic and clear silhouettes are translated into feminine, delicate and emotional looks by incorporating appliqué details and cut-outs. Precise geometric shapes and patterns are skilfully featured, creating a light and airy effect thanks to transparent base materials, rhinestones or raw, untreated cashmere and fringing. “The collection interprets jacquards, vichy and pepita in an entirely new way by strategically playing with different knits. Particularly with pepita patterns, shades of nude have a softening effect on seemingly harsh colour contrasts.” Flat, open sandals were created for the collection as the perfect way to round off the look. The opulently crafted cashmere plaids are worn on a leather harness. “I can’t change the world, but I can make it a little more pleasurable.”

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        • Shiatzy CHEN SS15 Backstage

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          Produced & directed by © David TERGEMINA / TRG prod www.myfashionrel.com Shiatzy CHEN Spring Summer 2015 Backstage Ready to wear Paris fashion week Grand Palais

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          • FAD show SS15

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            • Isabel Garcia SS15

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              • Dioralop SS15

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                Dioralop collections are inspired by polaroid pictures, which were created through intentional spills of chemicals and their exposure to different temperatures. This technique yields various colours and patterns, which are digitally printed in the UK, using variety of luxurious fabrics. Inspiration is drawn from subcultures, street fashion and issues with an emotional impact. Andrejas taste for cut and deconstruction perfectly balanced with Majas vision of print and textile manipulation. Every season designers like to tell stories in different ways, using ambiguous fabrics, proportion and silhouette. The Croatian duo met in Zagreb, which lead to the launch of their label. Andreja obtained degree at Faculty of Textile and Technology in Zagreb/Croatia. Graduated from Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in 2009 specializing in womenswear, whilst expanding knowledge interning at Alexander McQueen studio. Maja is an architect, with strong sense of texture and style.

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                • Xiao Li SS15

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                  Xiao li was born in China and educated in London. She studied BA womenswear at London College of Fashion and Ma Womenswear knitwear at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 2013. July 2012 marked the start of a string of success stories for Xiao Li after winning the ‘Feel The Yarn’ competition. In June of 2013, Xiao Li was announced as the winner of the Loro Piana Award for best knitwear collection and in the following month she went on to receive a Diesel Award from International Talent Support. The success continued in January 2014 after Xiao Li received a Merit Award from Fashion Scout for AW14.

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                  • Vita Gottlieb SS15

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                    London-born designer Vita Gottlieb infuses her collections with a narrative taken from her passion for film, art and nature with each collection being inspired by a sense of place where real or imagined people are worked into the story. Established in 2012, Gottlieb showed her debut collection on-schedule at London Fashion Week, selected by Christopher Bailey as a finalist in fashion fringe. She focuses on graphic print, a subtle use of colour and innovative paneling. For Vita, the attention to craft and detail are employed to create a sensual dialogue between materials and the skin. Her collection aims at having garments which are both challenging and wearable, modern with a twist of the vintage. Vita Gottlieb’s collection has attracted press in Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, i-D, Drafted, Phoenix and Wonderland magazine and many more. Gottlieb’s fast growing label, stocked in London and the Middle East, has been named by key industry insiders as a One To Watch.

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                    • Swedish School of Textiles SS15

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                      Artistic, bold, extreme, and tasteful; after several months of hard work, the graduating class from the Swedish School of Textiles will now present their creative and inspiring collections. The students are more focused with showing the audience who they are as designers through the conceptual expressions seen in their degree projects than to exhibit collections ready for retail. At the same time, these projects can be seen as seeds for new ideas to be applied and commercialised in new collections. This is quite clear to anyone considering the width and expressions in the works of the individual students. "What is the driving force behind fashion, which methods should one employ to expand and renew the range of wearable garments, and what new methods are developed in fashion design? These are some of the questions asked during the process leading up to the 2014 degree projects," says Erika Blomgren, Director of the Fashion Design Programme. "By examining methods for creating new kinds of garments through the study of a moving body, integrating knitting, printing and weaving techniques in order to create new shapes and materials the students challenge both themselves and the fashion industry, which is exactly the way it's supposed to be." The degree collections make references to a wide range of traditions; from folklore and cheerleaders to functional clothing for cyclists, which is covered with advertisements. Trompe L'oeil prints, colourful slash-pleats, and intricate braidwork are mixed with tufted details and moulded garments in collections which often focus on body and function, weight and movement. The rich flora of details and unique ideas speaks of a technical know-how and a personal expression. Which together with groundbreaking ideas and a desire to experiment, have come to be realised due to the students' own drive and ambition. This in combination with the unique opportunities they have been given during their education at the Swedish School of Textiles. This year's participating students are: From the Bachelor's Programme: Felix Roll, Johanna Billeqvist, Miguel Lucas De Simas Martins, Linda Dekhla, Anna Johansson, Gabriela Vallejos Castro, Majli af Ekenstam, Sara-Lovise Ewertson, Karin Mellqvist, Hanna Freese, Per Hansson, Johanna Karlsson From the Master's Programme: Ina Hjelte, Andreas Eklöf, Emelie Johansson

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