Drop Your Skirt / Lookbooks

Drop Your Skirt / Lookbooks

  • We got our fingers on 21 photos from the latest MARKANTOINE Fall/Winter 2015 collection by Antoine La Rochelle. Get ready to feast your eyes on perfectly saturated photos of pieces that seem to resemble a post neo-culture driven by Montreal culture.  «Moon Riders. The aesthetics of a postmodern story. From pop culture to sci-fi, this collection will show the marginal protagonists of a nostalgic micro-column, telling the story of a post-apocalyptic lunar society.» From kimonos, to samurai...
  • Did you see who styled Rihanna in her latest magazine cover shoot?  Well it was an emerging New York designer that lives in his work at a small apartment in Brooklyn. Chris Habana being a fashion school drop out, started turning some thrift store junk and even religious accessories into kewl jewellery since 2008. Inspiring himself from club kids, God and gothic iconography he turned into making his work of art. Attracting Asos and multiple other brands ,Habana has been quickly picked to...
    • Jun 10, 2015 @ 08:20
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    Toronto retailer + global brand Untitled & Co are back and with a bang.  Earlier this month the rebellious clothing + lifestyle brand opened up their 2nd location in Downtown Toronto, kicking off the summer with a new store + collection to match. Bringing it back to their original flagship neighbourhood in the beloved Queen West, the brand is commemorating the launch of the new shop with a smokin new in-house collection filled with minimal yet bold bodycon silhouettes,...
  • We've taken a look at Pedram Karimi's editorial last week, and now we bring you this new one featuring Montreal model vin los. The concept behind this editorial is 'the guilty pleasure of wanting to be famous'. Featuring a skintone beige colorway, these looks are definitely not for your average joe. Blurring the lines between androgyny and 'outside of the box' fashion, Pedram Karimi takes a direction that is a tiny bit off-center when it comes to "ready-to-wear" fashion. The focus of this line...
  • Pedram Karimi's latest editorial takes us into a minimalistic world of shadows and alter egos. The cleverly titled shoot puts forth his androgynous creations, showcasing the absence of colours through dark greys and black layered over the occasional beige or white garments. Without compromising the sex appeal of these long layered threads, he is able to show us that Montreal-born fashion will always remain interchangeable between gender roles and timeless when it comes to seasonal approach....
  • Our homies over at all in eyewear have been working really hard at putting together their new Spring/Summer 2015 collection. This local Montreal eyewear brand are particular in how they produce and design their products. They set themselves apart from any other local brand because they put a lot of thought and effort in their choices, even when it comes to putting together their lookbook.  We interviewed them last year when they had their initial collections on our radar, and we've been...
  • Welcome to the Family | Toronto, CAN. That's how local brand Halfwits Clothing invites people to experience their vibe. They just released their Spring / Summer 2015 collection, and it's right on the ball. This crew gives us a fresh outlook on the boring usual style of Canadian-bred designers, giving a lot of attention to detail, material and wearability. It is not unusual to see designers and collectives spew across the nation offering a select few items to pick from, and with a very...
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