Question: you guys totally owned it at fashion week =P
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Spotted: Usher goes down-under and pays a visit to Rag & Bone.
Rag & Bone / Who Am Eye go to New York with X Factor Australia. Screenshots from Channel 7. Props to these Newcastle guys, Luke & Joel, they’re ripping it up.
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Nice way to advertise the entrance of an exhibition.
This was at Somerset House in London, for the retrospective concerning the work of Martin Margiela.
Maison Martin Margiela is rather unusual and unconventional, but very interesting.
MARGIELA: FASHION EXTRAORDINAIRE.
YO SPRING. New Vanguard in store.
Song For The Mute “Au Clair” SS-10/11 video from photo shoot.
A few quotes from Melvin Tanaya of the label:
“Song for the Mute originated from our desire to create something that could communicate to a customer more deeply and represent something meaningful.
Why did you draw that piece? What do you want to say? Those are the kind of questions we want to ask, and Song for the Mute is an attempt to reinfuse some passion and belief that makes clothing worth wearing. We wanted to create pieces that were intriguing in a deeper sense; we want each piece to tell a story.”
“We are a team of two. Lyna and I have been friends since the start of middle school – we both live and work in Sydney. We have different respective roles in the label – Lyna spends most of her time working on the collection. She develops all the designs, pattern-make all the pieces and then creating toiles/samples. I take care of the branding, visual communication/graphic design, and all the business side of things. We both then oversee the production stages together.
We put our all into this label. Because we are very a small team - we work 7 days a week and around the clock. There are days where we get really tired and wonder if all this stress is worth it – but when we look at the finished product and think of our customer who will be wearing the piece, it makes us realise that we truly love what we do and we can’t imagine doing anything else, even for a second.”
It is very safe to say that Song For The Mute is our favourite.