The delightfully chaotic Vivienne Westwood dug dipper into her chest of rambunctious goodies to curate a collection that symbolically celebrated her intense love affair with the creatures of the wild and the medieval wizards that have always dominated her fantastical landscape.
Alber Elbaz did not suffer from blurry vision when he concocted his dazzling pieces, which were elaborately showcased by the streams of models, giving their best look on behalf of Lanvin.
An exerpt from Kofi Awoonor’s poem – This Earth, My Brother
Within the airwaves we carry
Our hutted entrails; and we pray
Shrieks abandoned by lonely road-sides
as the gunmen’s boots tramp.
I lift up the chalice of hyssop and tears
to touch the lips of the thirsty
sky-wailing in a million spires
of hate and death; we pray
bearing the single hope to shine
burnishing in the destiny of my race
that glinting sword of salvation
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The ongoing chaos crippling Nairobi and captivating the world is a tragic affair that has presented a roster of victims, each with a litany of accomplishments and badges of selfless service that spans the global realm.
The collection unleashed by Giorgio Armani makes us wish we could fast forward to Spring 2014 this very instant!
Formerly from Montreal and Paris, Edward Hillel is a proud inhabitant of Harlem, New York and his exuberant passion is practically laced in every project he undertakes. He is an artist who indulges in the vulnerability that comes with juxtaposing the raw incarnations with heightened beauty.
Photographers Edward Hillel (R) and Isaac Diggs (L)
Michael van der Ham instituted African pleasantries for his latest collection, which ushered in models elaborately wrapped in richly defined confectionery.
Alice Temperley delightfully fell into the cliché of “Alice in Wonderland” when she unleashed her collection, complete with fantastical underlings and richly supplemental hues.
Ethereal harmony provided the blueprint for Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, who were determined to douse their latest collection with the formal themes that dominated the Twenties, Thirties and Fifties.
Kenneth Cole was inspired by the urban calendar that dictates the vibrant beat that energizes the populace of Harlem, NY while curetting his masterpiece, and the evidential portfolio more than exemplifies his careful observations.
Judging from the streamlined models overwhelming the runway with cascading abs and toned legs that never seemed to end, it’s clear that you have to be in optimum shape to partake of Peter Som’s latest offerings.