Charlotte Olympia Handcuff Perspex clutch. So sexy with a touch of proactive humor. Love it
Your favorite sneaker brand teamed up with your favorite cult streetwear shop and brand Pigalle to bring us a capsule collection. Sticking to the basics—sneakers, shorts, tanks—the Pigalle x Nike Collection is as straightforward as it gets, containing all the things ballplayers need and nothing they don’t. The collaboration appears to include two matching jersey and shorts sets, as well as Air Force 1s, T-shirts, basketballs, and accessories. “We died the jerseys and added layers of color to the shoes, only to take them off like a patina or a rubbing,” Pigalle’s creative director Stéphane Ashpool explains. “I always like stuff that is a bit past or used: for the first one, it was very important that I show my age which is more adult, and less kid-like.”
Check out full interview over at Dazed.com
Kim has been running around Paris in All Balmain Everything. She wore a Balmain Bead Embroidered Dress in navy blue. She finished her look off in a pair of Tom Ford booties. She also was decked out in a Black Fall 2012 Balmain Velvet Laser Cut Midi Dress in which she accessorized with a gold Balmain belt. Balmain’s creative director, Olivier Rousteing, was right by her side along with beau, Kanye West.
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How great is this! Wang for H&M! Im stoked! P.S Zara should totally start doing collaborations. ( If they do you heard it hear first) Check out the interview below.
WWD talked with the designer on the red carpet at his Coachella event with H&M, where Iggy Azalea made a surprise guest appearance.
WWD: Why did you decide to make the announcement at Coachella?
Alexander Wang: H&M has their party every year, H&M loves music, and I love music and we were really lucky to get Major Lazer and Diplo, who is a dear friend of mine, and Iggy Azalea and Jesse Marco to come and throw this fun party for us. We thought it was this great idea to [make] the announcement through a party upon everyone’s arrival. One time about seven years ago, I went to a crazy party in a basement and it was through an alleyway and I walked inside and we partied and at the end of the night I walked through the front entrance and realized it was the lobby of my office building, without even knowing it. I had no idea there was a back entrance to my office building. I love the idea that there are two entrances to a party and that people come from both ends and have this discovery. There’s always an element of surprise and spontaneity!
WWD: Why did you decide to make the announcement on social media?
A.W.: We’ve had Twitter and we’ve had Facebook. We’ve had an Instagram account for about two years now with no posts and we were really waiting for the right moment to do something with it and find the right project. We kept it going and it kind of accumulated followers without any posts and we thought, what a great idea for the first post to be this, so we did a really fun video.
WWD: Do you have any details on the collection?
A.W.: It’s too early to say. There will be a new element of lifestyle offering that’s a completely new way of approaching thecollaboration, but it is too early to give away.
WWD: What are your thoughts on fast fashion?
A.W.: It’s a different era and a different world today and I think everything is changing, the whole system of fashion and designand I think there’s an opportunity for everyone to create and do something that is different and individual. I think it’s a really interesting thing and how it all correlates to the industry and how it’s all evolving. For the tenth anniversary we wanted to approach this in our individual way. Time will tell how it unfolds.
WWD: What have you seen at Coachella so far?
A.W.: Pharrell was amazing tonight, I had to leave a little early to get here. MGMT was awesome. Lorde was amazing.
WWD: Who did you come to Coachella with?
A.W.: A bunch of really close friends who I went to high school with, who are dear friends, and that’s the way to keep it.
WWD: What are your plans for tomorrow?
A.W.: Back to the festival, of course! I’m not going to come out here for [only] two days.