I was doing some online shopping and stumbled upon a brand I hadn’t heard of before — no editions — whose stuff I dig.
“Every item, style or object presented under the no editions name is produced only once with a unique print design or other decoration. Each design or item is part of an online archive — once an item is sold or otherwise becomes unavailable it is marked – not available – but it remains visible as part of the online series and archive.
The individual print designs are created and grouped in series. Each series is listed online with a title, information about the style, material, and the amount of items in this series — this information is printed on the inside of every item, along with its unique serial number and the no editions logo.”
Check out the F/W 13 collection on No Edition‘s official brand site.
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I was getting on the downtown 6 train last week and a guy standing next to me had on a pair of Philippe Model sneakers. They were so awesome. It reminded me how much I like this line and how cool their sneakers are.
All I think from this time of year for the next several months when I see a pair of shoes or sneakers is how they’ll look with shorts. This pair with khaki shorts or even with casual jeans and a tank top will rock so hard. Get yours from Luisa Via Roma‘s
Another amazing collection — check out the Spring/Summer 2013 collection from French by way of Tokyo menswear designer Patrick Stephan. I really like the more minimal pieces with clean basic lines in the collection. The cut is slim, but not tight with fluid fabrics that drape while maintaining the slim fit.
Check out the full set of look book images for S/S 13 after the click. (more…)
More images from Lanvin’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. They just sent images entitled “Mixed Material” featuring a mix of runway and behind the scenes photos.
“Structured with hi-tech and futuristic techniques, nylon is worked in a very fine, almost transparent quality worn against the skin. Double-sided stitched parkas are worn like silk shirts, accessorized with a tie. Precious versions are covered with touches of snake skin, cut as thin as paper and decorated with internal cords to give added texture. (more…)