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« Stussy links up with Japanese luggage brand Master-Piece to put together a pair of unique bags that are fashion forward and feature black and beige polka-dots all over the bags. The collection will include backpacks, wallets, waist bags and accessories. No set date on when the collection will be available but stay tuned with us. »

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« Rihanna unveiled her River Island line at London Fashion Week over the weekend.

The collection is inspired by 90s nightlife. The pieces range from floor-length dresses to flirty shorts. The line marks Rih Rih’s first foray into fashion design.

Rihanna also released some ads for the River Island campaign. Shot by Mario Sorenti, the ads feature Jourdan Dunn, Charlotte Free, Tao Okkamoto, Ataui Deng, and Bambi Northwood Blyth. Rihanna for River Island will hit online outlets and select stores Tuesday March 5th. »

Christopher Bevans is an award-winning designer. As design director for Nike’s Blue Ribbon Sportswear collection in Portland, Oregon, he was responsible for the apparel launched with the Air Force 125th anniversary campaign and spearheaded the design of Roger Federer’s iconic RF. Bevans has also held creative director/senior consultant positions for HEAD tennis, Sean John, China 361, Adidas, and Ecko Cut & Sew. He is currently creative director for Billionaire Boys Club apparel under the RocNation umbrella. Bevans’s great enthusiasm for fashion is evident in his relentless drive to keep current on fabrics and technique, as well as in his natural attention to fit, tailoring, and detail. This attention to detail is especially evident in his design work, which he provides for a regular clientele that includes celebrities such as John Legend, Kanye West, Daryl Hall, Jay-Z, and The Roots.

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Christopher Bevans

@cbevans1

Creative Director of Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream. Founder of CB_Atelier. instagram: http://bit.ly/CBAoooo9 

New York, NY · cbatelier.com

The capsule collection is a collaborative effort with Japanese retailer Beams. Inspired by 1910s industrial uniform, the collection features a sweatshirt, a work shirt, t-shirts, and jackets bearing the vintage Coca-Cola logo.

Source: R4L

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Publié: février 7, 2013 dans Fashion
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The Air Jordan 13 Retro “Squadron Blue” 2013 will be out on February 9th 2013.

$170.00 – Men’s
$115.00 – Gradeschool
$75.00 – Preschool
$55.00 – Toddler
$45.00 – Infant

Viktor & Rolf Monsieur Orange Laminated Trim High-top Sneakers

The brand new Viktor & Rolf Monsieur Orange Laminated Trim High-top Sneakers will be yours for $708.
 » Viktor Horsting (1969) & Rolf Snoeren (1969) met while studying fashion at the Arnhem Academy of Art and Design in The Netherlands.[1] They began working together upon graduation, relocating to Paris in 1993 to launch their careers. Their first collection ‘Hyères’ (1993) based on distortion, reconstruction and layering won three prizes at the Salon Europeen des Jeunes Stylistes at the Festival International de Mode et de Photographie. The subsequent presentation of four collections in experimental art spaces led them in 1998 to show their first Haute Couture collection (Spring/Summer 1998).
Viktor & Rolf returned to ready-to-wear in 2000, with ‘Stars and Stripes’ (Autumn/Winter 2000-01). The menswear line ‘Monsieur’ was added in 2003 (Autumn/Winter), modelled entirely by Viktor & Rolf in a mirrored performance. The Viktor & Rolf range has since grown to include shoes, accessories and eyewear.
In addition to their own lines, Viktor & Rolf have collaborated with a number of other well-known brands, including Samsonite (2009), with whom they produced a luggage line, Shu Uemura (2008) for a range of couture false eyelashes, Piper Heidsieck (2007) for the iconic upside-down bottle and, in 2006, the line for high street chain H&M, which greatly extended their appeal to the general public.[2]
With the desire to expand, in 2008 Viktor & Rolf entered into a partnership with Italian clothing magnate Renzo Rosso of Only the Brave (OTB), allowing the company to develop new product ranges, extend distribution and open further boutiques. »