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Super Model Simonetta Lein Opens NYFW Show For Fashion Designer Stevie Boi

Super Model Simonetta Lein Opens NYFW Show For Fashion Designer Stevie Boi

1) From your viewpoint what was it like walking for famous designer Stevie Boi?

“It was like being home. Many people reach out to me and they are always very surprised when I talk to them with no problem. They think that because I have been named as one of the top 5 in the world I should be unapproachable. I firmly believe that the more you grow the more you should stay humble, and thank every blessing you receive. Stevie has my same philosophy. He is a very talented man who put together a professional yet kind team. That to me is synonymous of real success.”

2) How was the event different from anything you’ve ever done?

“I had many stylists dedicated to me and what I loved is that they were constantly asking me if I felt good in my outfit or I needed to change something. I truly felt that it was Stevie’s special touch and heart. Also it was the first time I got to open a NYFW show. That special feeling of butterflies in my stomach was different, as I felt responsible for the good start of the show. It was a good feeling and also tested me, I feel even stronger now.

3) What kind of vibe did the event hold?

It was an urban grunge type of vibe. My makeup and hair were different from anything else I have ever done and as a model that made me happy, as I could experiment with something different. It was artistic yet contemporary, which I appreciated.

4) As an influencer and trendsetter what did you think of his collection?

I think it was futuristic yet sellable, which is something very important for an artist and a designer. His silver touch and plastic inserts made it very particular and bold, and mixed with fashion staples as jackets, mini skirts, jeans, created an ensemble of clothes that urban people can wear to be seen yet be comfortable and edgy. I also appreciated him being inclusive with a mom with a baby, different sizes shapes and colors of models which represents the world of today.

5) What was your take on New York fashion week this year?

Knits are the new normal. Volume and movement. Plaid is back, as we have seen in my outfit. Everyone is going sustainable. I have been advocating for that for a while now and it is so great to see it happening on the runways.

6) What was your opinion of the outfit you walked in?

I would definitely wear it for an event or a day of work in the city. Perfect to be elegant but different. A retro style with plaid pattern with irregular fringes, a mini skirt and a top that made me feel so cute and feminine.

7) What was the highlight of the event from your point of view?

The show itself was really well done, and that is the major highlight. I think sometimes in fashion we look for too many external components and we forget the basics. A well organized performance leaves the public and buyers happy. He also had performers and a very cool graphic. When I got into my moment and walked for him and I saw the entire room surrounded by waves moving on the wall I thought: this is nothing but the great Stevie Boi.

Pictures on the runway by DWSNAPSHOT

Other pictures by Nicole Tienken

BVLGARI, 360 MAGAZINE

BVLGARI × NYFW

BVLGARI UNVEILED THE B.ZERO1 ROCK COLLECTION AND THE NEW BRAND CAMPAIGN FACES AT NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

Unapologetic rule-breaker. Visionary innovator. Unbridled creator of the unexpected. Bvlgari gathered a set of international media, celebrities and Insta-famous socialites at Brooklyn’s iconic location Duggal Greenhouse to debut B.zero1 Rock, a new trailblazing collection encapsulating the Maison’s brave and indomitable spirit.
 
Hosted by Group CEO Jean-Christophe Babin, the spectacular party night brought Rome’s flamboyant exuberance to the core of New York Fashion Week and was the perfect occasion for the Italian Maison to unveil its latest muses. Super model Lily Aldridge, British actress Naomi Scott and American star Zendaya, stole the spotlights as the new faces of the “MAI TROPPO” 2020 Bvlgari Brand Campaign an ode to life and happiness encapsulating Bvlgari’s ethos of enjoying the here and now to the fullest.
 
Upon arrival, guests warmed up to musical stylings by model and DJ Mona Matsuoka while the pyrotechnics and showstopping lighting effects by White Void along with the experiential rooms offered an immersion into Bvlgari’s icon of self-expression and audacious creativity.
 
The Multi-Platinum award-winning Mexican-American singer and actress Becky G, sharing her joyful attitude and multifaceted talent with a global audience of more than 23 million followers, took the stage and got the coolest crowd to dance and sing.
 
Bvlgari still had more in-store: American singer Ciara thrilled everyone with her high-energy performance, keeping the swarm of fashionable guests on the dancefloor.
 
As the night crept towards dawn, American superstar DJ and Grammy Awards winner Diplo kept the party going until the late hours.
 
All styled according to the “more is more” dress code, guests included: Jon Kortajarena, Koki, Alexander Wang, Alex Olson, Alexina Graham, Alton Mason, Athena Calderone, Aurora James, Austin Augie, Ben Nordberg, Candice Swanapoel, Cate Underwood, Carolyn Murphy, Cody Simpson, Daphne Groeneveld, David Alexander Flinn, David Gandy, Delilah Belle Hamlin, Elizabeth Stewart, Fai Khadra, Gala Gonzalez, Indya Moore, Jacob Elordi, James Turlington, Joan Jett, Jonboy Tattoo, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Justine Sky, Magdelena Frackowiak, Mahmood, Martha Hunt, Matthew Noszka,  Mona Matsuoka, Nadia Lee Cohen, Nina Agdal, Noah Mills, Ophelie Guillermand, Peter Marino, RJ King, RJ Rogenski, Roberto Rossellini Jr, Ruby Aldridge, Tyler Cameron, Will Peltz and Zara Larsson.
 
About the collection: In keeping with Bvlgari’s unapologetic dedication to originality, the new B.zero1 Rock collection embodies the Roman jeweler’s exuberant spirit. Inspired by a heritage tubogas choker with studs from the 80s, the new irreverent design stands out as an iconic symbol of strength, independence and rebellion.
 
About the Bulgari Brand Campaign: An ode to joy, happiness and the exuberant Roman way of life, the MAI TROPPO advertising campaign stars super model Lily Aldridge, British actress Naomi Scott, American Actress Zendaya and Chinese-Canadian superstar singer and actor Kris Wu. It was shot in Bvlgari’s home city Rome by the Swedish director and photographer Johan Renck.
 

Gaucho – Buenos Aires Appoints New Creative Director

GAUCHO – BUENOS AIRES Appoints Lautaro Amadeo Tambutto As Creative Director.

Gaucho – Buenos Aires, an emerging luxury label with global ambitions, is pleased to announce they have appointed in-house designer, Lautaro Amadeo Tambutto as the brand’s Creative Director. His role and primary duties as a designer ;will now be expanded, managing the conception, design, and on-brand execution of materials for the brand. Tambutto will be working primarily out of the business’s headquarters in New York City, as well as the atelier in Buenos Aires’ upmarket Recoleta district.

Off the heels of a successful debut at New York Fashion Week in September 2019, Tambutto joined the growing Gaucho – Buenos Aires brand in December, with plans to incorporate creative silhouettes and lots of leather with an urban spin for the young and culturally aware clientele. Tambutto’s “GPS Collection” – slated for the SS20-21 season – plots a course on a fashion journey that builds upon contemporary urban and athleisure trends. By injecting elegance and sophistication into streetwear fashion, Tambutto intends to elevate streetwear casual to streetwear elegance, and seeks to globally position Gaucho – Buenos Aires’ spirit of Argentina as a major presence in the fashion landscape.

Born in Argentina, Tambutto’s family originally hails from San Antonio de Areco – otherwise known as the home of the Gaucho. Having received his training in Italy, Vogue Italia has described his aesthetic as a “very modern and richly inspired take on sportswear,” and it is indeed an appealing mix of references – “the sweet spot between sportswear, traditional tailoring and Latin American influences,” Tambutto says. It all resonates strongly with Gaucho – Buenos Aires’ own design DNA. Tambutto sees immense possibilities for the emerging brand to put Buenos Aires on the luxury fashion map and looks forward to bringing long-overdue recognition to Argentinian design.

“I’m very excited about taking over the creative direction of Gaucho and working with such a professional group. The team’s support and mutual understanding of each other helps us move forward in the right direction. Since the beginning of my career, I saw the image of the Gaucho as an icon and my inspiration, and now with this opportunity as Creative Director for Gaucho – Buenos Aires, I have the platform to show the world my vision, my traditions, and a canvas to highlight this beautiful culture,” said Tambutto.

“We could not be more excited to promote Lautaro into his new role as Creative Director. His positive attitude, heritage and talent lends to the authenticity of our brand” said Scott Mathis, Gaucho Group Holdings, Inc.’s Founder & Chairman.

“Lautaro’s creative vision and style pairs perfectly with Gaucho – Buenos Aires’ growing collection of products, the authenticity of Argentina, and the elegance and style of Buenos Aires. We look forward to great things from our team in the future. Our company’s future lies in e-commerce, where we have the opportunity to achieve global scale.”

About Gaucho – Buenos Aires
Gaucho – Buenos Aires blends the quality of a bygone era with a sophisticated, modern, global outlook. The brand’s beautifully handcrafted clothing and accessories herald the birth of Buenos Aires’ finest designer label. In September 2019, Gaucho – Buenos Aires entered the US market with a Spring/Summer 2020 runway show at NYFW celebrating the romance and glamour of Buenos Aires with a modern twist. Drawing on the cosmopolitan vibe of Buenos Aires and the spirit of traditional Gaucho culture, Gaucho – Buenos Aires is a new destination for luxury ready-to-wear and leather accessories. Weaving artisan techniques and materials into innovative contemporary designs, Gaucho is gaining traction as an emerging designer brand to watch.

Jessica Minh Anh
× DHL

 On February 6, 2020, Jessica Minh Anh will transform the DHL Express Gateway at John F. Kennedy airport into the world’s first ever fashion show centered around the globally sustainable supply chain. With an iconic backdrop featuring energy-efficiency fleet of aircraft, helicopter and electric cars, J Winter Fashion Show 2020 will premiere the creative fashion collections from different continents.  The highly-anticipated production follows the international successes of Jessica’s previous Fashion x Sustainability phenomena atop Hoover Dam, at the gemaSOLAR Power Plant, and aboard the Race For Water solar-wind-hydro powered vessel.

“Through this project, I want to bring an innovative mindset to sustainability initiatives,” said Jessica Minh Anh, who recently promoted upcycling in the Maldives. “Since shipping and logistics are such a critical part of the fashion industry, the show will highlight green logistics solutions, which help minimize environmental damages and reduce transport related emissions. It is very important for me to partner with a company who prioritizes the health of our planet, and I have certainly found that confidence in DHL”. 

Similar to Jessica’s history-making catwalks atop the Eiffel Tower, Grand Canyon Skywalk, and One World Trade Center, the visually impressive J Winter Fashion Show 2020 will celebrate diversity, unity, and innovation alongside fashion and sustainability. Japanese powerhouse Yumi Katsura, Peruvian celebrity artist Ani Alvarez Calderon, Vietnamese luxury brand VUNGOC&SON, and New York’s jewelry designer Cristina Sabatini alongside other participating designers focus on advanced tailoring techniques that incorporate sustainable materials and practices. The show will also include other sustainable elements such as SFI beech wood hangers by Arch & Hook and state-of-the-art Glammfire electric heaters.

“We are very excited to join forces with Jessica Minh Anh in this historic project,” said Reiner Wolfs, Vice President and General Manager, Northeast Area, DHL Express U.S. “Her original vision and powerful message of motivating the younger generation to take action for a better future align perfectly with our vision for zero emission logistics.” Other official partners, who also prioritize sustainability, include IWG’s brand Spaces, Sofitel New York, Dermalogica, Warren Tricomi, Veestro, AOFM, scheimpflüg, Cream Ridgewood, Gotham New York, Jiffy Steamer, Radisson JFK Airport, Yukie Natori, and ECHOD. 

TEDx keynote speaker and a representative of the environmentally engaged generation, Jessica Minh Anh’s passion cuts to the heart of the global challenge, making sustainable living a lifestyle choice. She is currently training like an Olympic athlete to prepare for the grand catwalk at New York’s finest Tone House, while also riding her bike to the office every morning. 

Jessica will join DHL Express U.S. top executives for the final run-through and rehearsals on January 31 and February 2, 2020 at JFK airport. A hands-on producer, Jessica will oversee both front and backstage operations, including inside aircraft setup and the process of models descending from the airplane directly onto the runway. 

J Winter Fashion Show 2020 will welcome the most influential business and government leaders, fashion designers, and national and international media. More than a modern fashion statement, Jessica’s winter spectacular with DHL will stimulate a global conversation about sustainability triggered by a unique and visually impressive experience.

Watch trailer HERE.

Vaughn Lowery, handbags, 360 MAGAZINE, nyc

Facts About Fake Louis Vuitton Bags

A lot has been said about fake Louis Vuittons on the internet. Although many would argue that buying knockoffs rips the big and well-established designers’ companies their due, not everyone buys their idea though. Everyone out there is sharing their thoughts and experiences with faux Louis Vuitton. Why don’t we share ours also? After all, everyone has something they could share about fashion, looks and the attires they prefer.

It’s the 21st-century girls, we all want to have a say in whatever interests us. How funny is it that people always wonder if they can afford the so-called fashion world Luxuries? People out here are faking it until they make it, others still, going legit and spending wholesome amounts of cash for mere authenticity. You know what? As long as we all rock with what suits our interests and meets our needs, no one cares about the Louis Vuitton fake merchandise or authenticity of what we have on us.

Many women often find themselves in a trance of either going with the brand or to just settle with quality. For sure, many startups in this competitive and crowded fashion industry find it hard to play in the big leagues as the Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Channel, Gucci, Tommy, and other globally admired Designers’. The truth of the matter is, even those small startups make just as competitive products as the top dogs in this market only that they lack big brands.

Quality is one thing to consider, a name is another thing to dwell on. Furthermore, no one wants to drain their credit cards for goods they would otherwise spend less for and more so for the same quality. Just so you don’t find me biased my lovely girls, I’ll share with you, what most people want to know about faux Louis Vuitton productss. Especially about the handbags ladies!

Being a fashion fanatic, I will admit to having bought knockoffs and also genuine labels too. This gives me a first-hand experience in both worlds. A pair of beige Kalu accompanied by a Louis Vuitton purse plus a pair of some worthy karats necklace around your neck is always better than just a new Gucci clutch bag with some old outdated jewelry.

On the other hand, an authentic Louis Vuitton handbag is always luxurious and prestigious than some two Balenciaga and Tommy mirror image replicas. Standards need to be set right also! A statement has to be made from the toe to the hat darlings. So as we pick our poisons, we should do so diligently.

Does Luxury and trending fashions need to be expensive always? Well, diving in on the subject matter, let’s discuss some of the pros and cons of purchasing fake Louis Vuitton.

Pros Of Fake Louis Vuitton

They say every cloud has a silver writing, so do the replicas also. Just because the big Designers’ outlets discourage buying knockoffs, does not mean that we, as the Fashion fanatics can’t enjoy an elegant, luxurious and glamorous appearance for just less than those overpriced designer products in the market as well. Kicking us off on the pros of purchasing replica handbags, personally over the years I have felt that;

Affordability

A majority of ladies out here want to rock on everything they put on. From the dress, they pick, to the shoes on their rack, the necklace, belt, and any other coveted accessories a lady would kill for. Buying all these at a go can be quite costly too.

With replicas, our help arrives! At just half the prices of the authentic Saint Laurent, we can have 1:1 mirrored replica of the handbag. Matching the quality, design, and the make, even better it could be customized to my satisfaction, at the same time-saving cash for other items and maybe even now an authentic Stella McCartney blouse plus Tiffany & Co jewelry. That luxurious coveted look that was for a select group of ladies with a lot of money to blow only now becomes available for us all to enjoy with them also.

Compliments, Status & Standards

We all agree that it feels good when people compliment us for the outfit we choose to put on. Walking with your friends from the mall and flushing out your Replica Gucci handbag, earns you the same respect and status given to the celebrities rocking on them labels on social Medias too.

I don’t why, but there is that a little boost of ego and self-esteem when everyone’s all over your purse admiring the make and design. Often very few people can discern between a genuine Designer product and its mirrored replica. Especially if you, by yourself, already knows how the authentic ones are.

The association of owning a very highly-priced designer item in the market gives us the satisfaction of prestige, status and raising our standards a bit. Of course, if we know how to get the knock off item, we also know the ins and outs of the authentic one and would maybe purchase them if possible.

Branding the big Designer Labels

Come to think of it, the big designers’ labels are beneficiaries of the knock offs too. This is why. From the book “The Knockoff Economy” by Kal Raustiala & Christopher Springman, the authors argue that a knockoff item boosts the brands and even sells the Designers’ products in the market.  They further argue that replicas help in brand awareness of authentic accessories. 

Playing the role of a “Trial Run” the knock offs eventually pave way for the authentic items. They further statistically estimate that about 40% of those who purchase knock offs as their trial runs eventually go for the real deal depending on the compliments and opinions they get while having the replicas. Think of it as the knock offs in the long run just advertises the genuine Designers’ handbags.

As others would still argue that purchasing knockoff Louis Vuitton takes away business from the big brands, on the contrary, this does not affect their target customers at all. As the majority of people who purchase knockoffs comfortably, the thought of spending more just for the brand has never crossed them. In the end, these ladies just end up marketing the real products for the label companies.

Supporting local skills, talents and Small startups

Fashion and design always go hand in hand girls. They are inseparable. Just because an upcoming designer lacks a well-established platform like the Gucci, Vuitton, Polo, Chanel, Balenciaga does not mean that they lack the skillset and craftsmanship applied by the big labels out here.

Given a chance, am sure that most of these upcoming designers would even give stiffer competition in the market place than already is. However, as everyone runs for those top dollar labels, the promising and creative startups are left unnoticed.

This raw talent and skillset can better still be supported by purchasing their 1:1 mirrored replicas of the authentic top dollar designer bags. There is no greater fulfillment in life than the feeling of helping someone find their way in a competitive and crowded fashion world out there.

Co-Designing your Handbags

One particular thing I love with replicas is that I get to co-design the bag I specifically order from the replica stores. I always get to approve the replica design sent to me before they manufacture and ship my order. The most amazing part is that all my bags always arrive in the way I desired them to be. This is a priceless adventure darlings. Indeed the replica market is a god sent haven for us. 

Making a statement from what you wear doesn’t have to cost you a fortune anymore. All these quality and branding businesses out here got us covered and still saves our credit cards. Quality, durability, top grade leather and excellent replication are all served, but not from a silver platter anymore.

Cons Of Louis Vuitton Fake Merchandises

With all the pros on faux Louis Vuitton, I doubt if you can be able to draw the line on the cons. But since most of you ladies have had some disappointment along the way before meeting your perfect Replica store, I doubt if we can miss a few. Well maybe from the usual stereotypes we could say;

Poor Quality and Craftsmanship

When I first decided to get a replica Louis Vuitton clutch bag for an event I was to attend. I hassled to get the best quality. In this crowded fashion world market, most replicas I must admit they never meet the standards. But of course, these are for the people who don’t want to put in the extra effort and impress their customers.

Some replicas out there are poorly done for sure. From stitching to the quality of the leather used. At times with the wrong store, you will also get the wrong products and eventually an unworthy experience at the end. You need to know about the authentic Saint Laurent first before going for its replica for quality assurance girls.

Shipment Process

It can be disappointing to wait for your Louis Vuitton handbag up to the last minute only for you to be disappointed by the delayed arrival. This could be somewhat annoying. I know. 

The tricks I’ve used over the years is to always order my bags in due time. Most of my friends have had to attend an invites only event on borrowed purses and accessories just because their order never arrived on time. With the best Replica stores, the threshold time has been taken to ensure quality and your satisfaction has been met. If this has never happened to you, the frustration is devastating. Believe me.

Mode of Payment

Well, most of the online stores accept payments through PayPal. Most of the online transactions are done via PayPal. It’s somehow convenient, right?

The disappointing part is, PayPal payment policy is restricted to authentic top labels products only. With Replicas, the mode of payment has only ended up being done with Western Union. PayPal’s replica business policy limits this payment option nonetheless.

Wear and Tear

As Louis Vuitton replicas are not as authentic the legit Chanel or the Balenciaga Designers, they are prone to wear more first than the real ones. What stays forever anyway? Nothing does. But, unlike the long-lasting and durable Louis Vuitton and Saint Laurent, replicas never a 100% match their durability. 

Ethical Issues Of Buying Fake Louis Vuitton

Some European countries deem the Replica business illegal. To a larger extent, Gucci and Louis Vuitton Fashion houses do crackdowns for their counterfeited accessories. Research suggests;

“In 2010, Louis Vuitton initiated 10,673 raids and 30,171 anti-counterfeiting procedures worldwide, resulting in the seizure of thousands of counterfeit products and the breaking up of criminal networks.”

But some countries including the USA have no issues with replicated goods as long as the consumer is fully aware it is a replica they are purchasing and not being scammed for the real deal.

Well, we as the consumers know what’s best for us for always. We cannot allow these advertisement companies to make us spend a wholesome amount of money while we all know we only want to appear all flashy. We can have both the brand and quality for even less you know. With the right fake Louis Vuitton store, we can have all we’ve ever wanted and at the right price my fellow beloved friends. 

Functional, high-fashion commuter backpack

‘This bag turns heads with its functionality’ – 360 MAGAZINE

KeySmart designs innovative products that pack more function into less space. Our mission is to constantly invent or innovate evolutionary everyday products that are simple, compact and convenient. We don’t shy away from the risk that comes with invention. Our Kickstarter roots have helped us build a foundation of entrepreneurial values that include transparency, community and design that blows your mind! We create smart, sleek, multifunctional products to simplify your daily carry. Our products are conversation-starters and game-changers that evolve the way we do everyday things.


COMFORTABLE TO CARRY
Enjoy a painless, sweat-free commute to and from the office
 
PROTECTIVE & WATER RESISTANT
Keeps your things safe and dry in your own portable aresenal
 
PROFESSIONAL
Looks sharp on the train and in the conference room
 
ORGANIZED
Makes organization easy, it’s like a puzzle we already solved for you

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Paris FW x Haute Couture

During Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture, on Tuesday, July 3,

Maison des Centraliens has hosted three young designers with their Fall- Winter Collections 2018-2019:

 

ABE by Ariane Chaumeil Jewelry  “Miroir”

There is magic and mystery in a mirror : the reflexion of who looks into it is real, but reversed.  Since we gaze at ourselves, all fantasies become possible and brings us back to face each other, and to what the world has to face. As a two-way mirror, you can see without being seen. Step through and find out with this collection, and the part of your soul using your imagination, whether it is dark or whether radiant…

The fall winter collection of the ABE by Ariane Chaumeil house, whose crafting remains done with the blowtorch glass, becomes richer with a new proposition: the metal paste making. Sculpted and cast, the metal paste is modelled, sanded, fired at high temperature, brushed and rubbed with a burnisher and polished several times in order to get pieces of golden and white bronze, and of pure copper, with a shiny, ancient rendering.

 

A couture collection by  designer Armine Ohanyan

A couture collection made in France, entirely handmade, intimately inspired by nature, showing the natural elements in all their forms. Ice, crystallization, rain, wind, dew and roots. Crystallized in these surroundings, the Human Being becomes Nature. The Nature is everlasting, nothing can stop it. It is the true beauty, perfection. For depicting this cycle of evolution, Armine Ohanyan uses the new technologies such as 3D printing or materials crafting, which play an important role in her creation process. Her art investigations never end, like the movement that she shows in its different forms and their ranges of colours and materials. Her creations are futuristic, modern, with a wide beauty touch.

 

Baroqco Jewelry

Designers Imelda and Eduardo aka Baroqco are citizens of the world . Their roots are from Dutch Chinese Indonesian and Portuguese descent, and this diversity is what provides foundation that leads to the inspiration and creation. BaroQco comes from Baroque, an era of change from simplicity to lively and exuberant detail. BaroQco stands alone with its unique grandeur and ability to surprise and to achieve a sense of awe. Imelda and Eduardo started to create jewelry as they were looking for a tiara or crown for their wedding day. At that time there were not a lot of options, so they decided to create their own tiara which lead others to ask whether they could also make necklaces and earrings.

« As we embrace the impressionism, we strive not only for the outer but especially for the inner-beauty. In our creations we want to push boundaries of artistic techniques. And therefore the BaroQco is a book without an End. »

The materials are opal ,gold and Swarovski and all the metalwork are nickel free, the usage of non toxic and – hazardous for plating makes the jewelry more ecofriendly.

 

 

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DANIEL PATRICK x FESTIVAL COLLECTION

High-end streetwear designer, Daniel Patrick announces the drop of a limited-edition capsule collection today, just in time for festival season. The capsule features curated selects from SS18 plus 18 brand new product drops including women’s crop tops, denim shorts for men and women, plus unisex hoodies, bombers and dad hats. Price range between $60-$600, available at www.danielpatrick.us.

 

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ALISON WONDERLAND x NEW MUSIC VIDEO

With less than three weeks to go until the release of Alison Wonderland’s new album, AWAKE, comes the ambient single High; featuring Ohio rapper Trippie Redd. The track is accompanied by a mood-enhancing video featuring Wonderland and Trippie Redd and animation by Jayme Lemperle and Evan Red Borja. It was self-directed by Alison Wonderland, with cinematography from Jeffrey Zoss. View HERE.
Wonderland said, “It was a real pleasure to work with Trippie. It is important to vibe with an artist before we collaborate. When he heard this song, it was very organic, and he jumped in the booth and we walked out feeling that we had something special. I felt like this song had a certain spirit and wanted people to feel like they were going on a journey with us….just like when watching the music video.”

HARD – WIRED

 

Photo: Catherine Asanov (@catherineasanov)

 

Model: Alexandra Mathews (@alexandramathews)

 

Makeup: Barbara Yniguez Redman (@barbarawhodoesmakeup)

w/ STATE Artist Management

 

Hair: Carina Tafulu (@hairbycarina)

using Sebastian Professional

 

Pub: 360 Magazine (@360Magazine)

 

Editor: Vaughn Lowery  (@vaughnlowery)

 

 

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