Calvin Klein taps Patrick Kafka to appear in its last lookbook for the Summer 2012 season.
Danish brand Wood Wood presented their Spring/Summer 2013 collection during Copenhagen Fashion Week. The collection is inspired by the phenomenon ”Summer of Love”, that took place first in 1967’s San Francisco – center of the Hippie movement, and the later “Second Summer of Love” in Great Britain around 1988-89, where rave culture and Acid House exploded along with the introduction of MDMA. Both were significant movements which dealt with the confrontation and liberation from existing social systems, and both were driven by an incredibly positive and engaging energy. This energy is what fuelled Wood Wood to work with the concept of a third ”Summer of Love”. The Spring/Summer collection pulls in elements from the two historic movements and is guided into contemporary fashion with a distinct combination of tailoring and the recognisable Wood Wood aesthetic with its casual and street inspired items as well as references to performance sports. The 3rd movement exudes a calm and warm positivity in its subtle colourways, selecting puce and brown tones to be this season’s new base, along with classic navy, antique whites, army colours and grey melanges. This …
For Summer time 2012, Rivieras has supplied a select few colors for its choice, “Classic” collection. Coming in both the “20°” and “30°” models, the familiar feet are provided in a range of summer time versions. Weaved development makes up the majority of the upper while a contrasting padded outsole and an moderate silver decoration hit round things out. An variety of summer season “Classics” are now provided straight through the Hypebeast Store such as bravo, red and yellow-colored colors.
Ad Campaign: D&G EyewearSeason: Spring Summer 2012Photography by Giampaolo SguraModels: Valerija Sestic and Alfred Kovac |Fashion Model Mgmt Milan|Website: dolcegabbana.comBreakthrough star of the season model Alfred Kovac photographed for D&G’s eyewear ads by Italian fashion photographer Giampaolo Sgura.