18 posts tagged "Mulberry"
Since Spring ’11, photographer Tim Walker has fused his soft, surreal visions with Mulberry’s ultrafeminine designs to create ad campaigns that are, quite frankly, not of this world. For Spring ’13, the collaboration continues with a series of ads that depict an ethereal Meghan Collison (and, of course, the brand’s signature handbags) in a candy-colored underwater world. The campaign was, in fact, shot in a Georgian mansion outside of London, but leave it to Walker to transform his setting into an even more fanciful backdrop—one fit for a Georges Méliès film. “Meghan Collison was the perfect choice: strong, confident, able to hold your gaze but almost otherworldly,” says Walker. “She inhabits a dreamscape.” Above, Mulberry gives us a first look at their whimsical Spring campaign and, below, a preview of some behind-the-scenes images from the shoot, exclusive to Style.com. Continue Reading “Under The Sea With Mulberry” »
With the aftereffects of Hurricane Sandy still being felt all up and down the East Coast, Halloween may not be top of mind for every reveler. If you ask us, an evening devoted to candy consumption can only help. Even if you’re not feeling costume-ready, there are plenty of chic ways to give a subtle (or slightly less subtle) nod to the holiday. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites from Mulberry, McQ, and more. They won’t get here same-day, of course, but it’s never too early to start planning for All Hallow’s Eve 2013.
1. McQ Alexander McQueen sweater dress, $635, available at www.otteny.com
2. Preen pants, $1,040, available at www.netaporter.com
3. Mulberry sweater, $310, available at www.netaporter.com
4. Essie “Orange, It’s Obvious” nail polish, $8, available at www.zappos.com
5. Delfina Delettrez skull ring, $480, available at www.farfetch.com
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As of late, it’s been the bright colors and wild prints dominating the street-style photos. But there is also a plus side to keeping things simple. Case in point? Emmanuelle Alt and her entourage of editors, all of whom wore head-to-toe black (with a hint of white) while walking through the Tuileries in Paris. Get their effortlessly chic look with minimal essentials from Valentino, Theyskens’ Theory, and more.
From top left to right: Calvin Klein Collection sweater, $750, available at www.netaporter.com; Mulberry belt, $435, available at www.netaporter.com; Theyskens’ Theory pant, $325, available at www.farfetch.com; Valentino pump, $1,395, available at www.neimanmarcus.com.
Hedi In Hiding? Designer’s First Men’s And Resort Collections To Be Shown To Buyers Only, And More Of The Day’s Top Stories
Good things come to those who wait, right? Hedi Slimane must think so. The French designer, who recently took over Stefano Pilati’s post at Yves Saint Laurent, has decided to present his debut collections for the house, women’s Cruise and Spring menswear, only to buyers. The rest of the world will see his debut during Paris women’s fashion week in September. [WWD]
Just on the heels of the New York City Ballet’s spring gala, which debuted ballets with costumes by Rodarte and J. Mendel, Valentino Garavani has announced he’s getting on his toes. Or, at least, he’s designing for those that do: He’s created all of the costumes for NYCB’s fall opening. [Valentino.com]
Queen Elizabeth II’s crown is getting a makeover. Luxury labels Bulgari, Mulberry, Valentino, and more have taken a stab at reinterpreting the iconic crown in celebration of her upcoming Diamond Jubilee, 31 of which are on display at Harrods department store in London. [NY Daily News]
Since Adam Yauch’s death on May 4, fans have paid countless tributes to the late Beastie Boy. But now, Brooklyn residents arelooking to pay a different kind of homage with something permanent. Residents of Brooklyn Heights have petitioned to rename Squibb Park, which is currently undergoing renovations to become a skateboarding facility, in honor of Yauch. [The Hollywood Reporter]