Browsing Tag: street

How Peter Knapp liberated women

When we look at fashion editorials today, rarely we tend to ponder how much they reflect the times we live in.  The photographs often seem (especially for those not initiated) as innocent, spontaneous outbursts of creativity, which have more to do with aesthetic whims than stark everyday life and its realities. And yet, after several […]

Making extravagance ordinary

Today, when the visual side is prioritized over any other possible criteria (thank you Instagram and Pinterest!), designers are preoccupied with creating objects capable of generating the digital buzz. XXL logos, abundance of sequins, embroideries, asymmetrical silhouettes… The object must capture attention in order to deserve a place in our wardrobes and our feed. One […]

Entering the epoch of excess

There’s a conviction that fashion is a mirror, reflecting the reality of the times. Peaceful periods usually see the development of minimalistic, easily defined styles. On the other hand, in the times of vulnerability and anxiety, the society develops an exotic taste: we have a tendency to favor opulent, extravagant, even ostentatious styles, dive into […]