credits: Moonrise Kingdom, poster via The Wes Anderson Encyclopedia
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana chose to present their second haute couture collection, under the label’s couture line “Alta Moda”, in Milan on January 24th of this year. The duo behind Dolce & Gabbana decided to keep the show a private affair, offering the collection only to their customers, and will not be displaying the full line online. The collection is handmade in Italy.
Wendy Bevan’s Italian-Neorealism influenced Polaroid film sets have been featured in numerous publications including Italian Marie Claire, Harpers Bazaar, Russian Vogue, The Observer, Lula, The Independent and Financial Times.
You might recognize her graphic retro prints, mod designs and tailored coats; but did you know that Orla Kiely has published her first book “Pattern” and been awarded an honorary OBE in recognition of her services to business and the fashion industry.
It is always fun to go through runway fashion photos, but it is even better to watch a season’s collection film that keeps you wanting more. It is what inspired today’s post. Even though Summer is halfway through, I found it very befitting to feature “From London with Love”, a fashion film featuring Orla Kiely’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection; directed by Gia Coppola.
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