PHABRIK Magazine

Fashion

EDITORIALS, TRENDS + DESIGNER PROFILES

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Designer • Mattijs van Bergen Spatial designer • Bentinck Straat of Oeri van Woezik Concept maker • Jochem Kaan Concept maker • Arnout van Krimpen Photographer • Pieter Henket Model • Valentijn de Hingh Videographer • Roland Pupupin Interview • Cannon, The Cannon Media Group


Victoria Hayes

Interview: Cannon, the Cannon Media Group Photographer: Sean Waltrous www.seanwaltrous.com Fashion Editor: Cannon @ The Cannon Media Group Stylist: Alexandra Lynn @ The Cannon Media Group Make Up: Pascale Poma for Tom Ford Beauty Hair: Kira Stuger @ Kreative Kommune using ORIBE Model: Kailey Hsu @ Next Photographer Assistant: Brandon Taelor Aviram Casting: Julius Poole All pieces available by special order: vichayes88@gmail.com


Luminescent

Designs by Jessica Halabi

- Photography by Amanda Diaz - Makeup by Renee Rampersad for Makeup By Renee - Hair by Danielle Barbey for Ricci Hair Co. - Model Trista M. at PHABRIK model + artist management


Virtual Lines

- Photography by Boglár Peruzzi - Styling by Tímea Diána Jakab - Makeup by Boglárka Török - Hair by Gabriella Halasi Szabó - Model Vilmos at Art Models - Clothing by Mei Kawa, Pepe Jeans, Levi's, Gas


Mysterious Nature

- Photography by Harry Fellows - Styling by Amit Gajwan - Hair by Damion Monzillo - Makeup by Chico Mitsui - Models Kira and Natalia Rassadnikova


Versace Spring/Summer 2015 Menswear Campaign

By João Paulo Nunes

Fashion brand Versace unveiled the campaign for its Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collection. Photographed in New York by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the ads were styled by David Bradshaw under the direction of Giovanni Bianco and featured models Filip Hrivnak, Alessio Pozzi and Miroslav Chech.  


Renaissance Glamour

By Nahla Watfa

Whether you're a lover or a fighter, it’s all about the confident, sexy, and strong Renaissance woman this season. Gladiators are becoming more glamorous than casual, conquering the arena as the showstoppers of 2015, as shown by Dsquared2 and Stella McCartney. Following are mules and flatforms, with emphasis on the ankles, fringes, leathers, and feathers showcased by Oscar de La Renta. Reptile, paint, and floral prints are details used for texture, and added metal hardware on boots are giving a cowboy presence this season. Ethos Of Mystique Gladiators serve as a designer’s muse. From the unusual fabrics to the buckles, zippers and prints, imaginations continue to soar on the runway. The Hybrid Mule Refreshed and altered with whimsy, hardware, and laces, the mule is anything but boring! Lucite Vision Lucite heels are featured heavily this season and the material sculpturally pops up in unexpected ways. Bow Ties Whether it's a bow in the front or a tie in the back, sculptural, lavish or soft bows are everywhere! Floral Decor From prints to embroidery, the floral touch reminds us that spring and summer are finally here! Spaced Out Flatforms 90s refreshed soles get the height without discomfort as subtle sneaker elements are added. Flirty Fringe & Feathers Fringes are edged out with beaded details and hardware; feathers add a sexy flirty feminine touch. Curved heels On high and low heels, trendsetters are sacrificing comfort for the added interest and edge. Weave On The new weave has everyone excited, adding playfulness, texture and diverse designs.                  


Full Body Seduction

By Nahla Watfa

Colour Trend Indulging all the senses, marsala, the universal earth-warming hue of wine, enriches us with confidence and stability in all things this season.


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