Pantomime

top stylist’s own

PANTOMIME

photography | LUIGI CIANFARANO

(left) dress REAREA STUDIO, sleeves ALBERTO ZAMBELLI, shoes stylist’s own
(right) top JIANG YULING, pants ROTATE by BIRGER CHRISTENSEN, bag & earrings LOST IN ECHO

top YOUWEI, jeans REAREA STUDIO, underwear LA PERLA 

top & skirts ROTATE by BIRGER CHRISTENSEN, choker LOST IN ECHO, bag SONGMONT

coat stylist’s own, underwear LA PERLA, tights WOLFORD, shoes NODALETO

Photographer: Luigi Cianfarano (@luigi_cianfarano_ph)

Stylist: Sara Latella (@sarallatella)

Make-Up Artist: Lorenzo Stella (@lorenzostellamua)

Hair Stylist: Alessandro Firenze (@firac)

Model: Tanya (@tnxaa)


Deep Blue Day

shirt COTTONADE, shorts vintage, tights GUCCI, hat vintage

dress JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

(left) skirt BLANCO VALIENTE, jacket MOSCHINO
(right) dress BLANCO VALIENTE, skirt MOSCHINO, necklace vintage

jacket MOSCHINO, pants JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

gloves CÓNDOR, ruff vintage

Photography: Alba Cantero (@albacantero_)

Styling: Martina Blanco (@bymartinabv

Make-up: Natalia de León (@nataliavila_makeup)

Model: Manuel Dominguez (@nelness)

Wardrobe special thanks to: Alto Copete (@alto_copete)


PUCCI: The Beginning of a New Age

PUCCI: The Beginning of a New Era

Camille Miceli’s first collection for PUCCI marks the dawn of a new era for the Florentine fashion house.

Camille Miceli, the Florentine fashion house Pucci’s newly assigned Artistic Director

The launch of Camille Miceli’s debut as PUCCI’s Artistic Director was far more than just a new collection, it was a rebirth. The brand’s new direction focuses on the ultra-contemporary, both in terms of style and way of life. This vision sees past the restrictiveness of seasonal releases and embraces the ‘see now, buy now’ spirit of monthly drops. Whilst this new ethos is incredibly modern, Miceli has ensured that the house does not lose sight of its history, hence why the first destination of this new journey is Emilio Pucci’s beloved Capri, where the brand’s first boutique opened in 1951.

Titled La Grotta Azzurra’, this release took the form of an entire weekend experience comprised of dinner, a yoga class, a villa party co-hosted with Mytheresa, a gran brunch, and more. Brand ambassadors and contemporary creatives ranging from Vittoria Ceretti to Gunna were in attendance for the festivities on the island.

Miceli at the Capri Casual dinner with Katia Toledano, Nicolas Maury and Imruh Asha

The Pucci yoga class in collaboration with Mytheresa

The spirit of the collection itself completely defies the conventions of the fashion world; the nomadic wardrobe does not confine itself to any one season or destination, allowing it to be mixed and matched as desired. This mix-and-match concept is also embraced in the reworking of PUCCI’s iconic motifs. Typically kaleidoscopic prints such as Geometrico, Girandole, Marmo and more have been reinterpreted via patchworking, as well as experimentation with scale, offering a modern impression on the house’s roots.

The modernisation of the house’s roots can again be seen with its brand-new logo. Inspired by a 1953 ‘Capri Sport’ label retrieved from the archives, the houses new chapter is spearheaded with an intertwining dual fish, shaped as an emblematic P. It features in various forms, as a belt buckle, jewellery, adorning sweatshirts, and more. Drawing on the joie de vivre essence of Capri, the collection offers caftans, kimonos, miniskirts and more, with details of fringes and ribbons giving it a true sense of crafted luxury.

Designed for ‘the timeless simplicity of a fleeting moment’, this is a collection which manages to feel distinctly modern yet unmistakably PUCCI; pieces have graceful curvature, yet transcend the boundaries of gender. The triumph in Miceli’s first collection is its ability to feel simultaneously refreshing and familiar, and its just a taster of what’s to come from the Parisian designers tenure at the historic brand.

Miceli grooving with Gunna at the Bagni di Tiberio luncheon

(left) Tiffany Hsu, Fashion Buying Diector of Mytheresa  (right) Emmanuelle Alt and Carlyne Cerf at the Villa Belsito party


Text: Harvey Byworth-Morgan


Sam Matthews

SAM MATTHEWS

photographer | MATTHIAS OGGER  stylist | RHYS RIPPER

swimmers HVNC, blanket MISSONI, pendant CLEOPATRA’S BLING

shirt B, speedo TORCASIO, necklace CLEOPATRA’S BLING

(left) speedo SMITHERS, pearls WILLIAM HANNIGAN
(right) speedo SMITHERS, pendant CLEOPATRA’S BLING

shirt KLOKE, pants SOLID OCHRE, sunglasses VAANYARD

hoodie TOD’S, shorts POOL

(left) shirt FRESCOBOL CARIOCA, shorts GUESS, hat SAWFT WEAR (right) sweater ACNE STUDIOS

(right) speedo ORTC

Photography: Matthias Ogger (@matthiasogger)

Creative Director & Stylist: Rhys Ripper (@rhysripper)

Photographer Assistant: Ben Alexander (@toybonk)

Stylist Assistant: Billy Chambers (@billychambersstyling)

Talent: Sam Matthews (@sammatthews8)

sweater MR PORTER, pants VALENTINO


The Digital Fashion Revolution

The Digital Fashion Revolution

The luxury upcycling brand Rave Review transports their craft to the metaverse.


Rave Review, the female-led, high-end upcycling brand from Stockholm have officially entered the NFT sphere with their brand-new collection Cryptopanties. The set of one-off collectible items has been released on the carbon-neutral blockchain Solana.

The Swedish fashion house, born in 2017, has rapidly emerged as one of the leading upcycling brands in the luxury market. In the physical world, they have made a name for themselves utilising pre-owned fabrics to produce bespoke high-end items with a rebellious spirit. Now they are bringing this very concept to the metaverse, keeping their core values of subverting norms and upcycling at the heart of the project.

One of the key goals of the campaign within the metaverse, an emerging digital space that has already become male-dominated. In order to achieve this, not only have Rave Review collaborated with several female led groups such as RedDAO, Boys Club and Women’s Tribe, but they have also partnered the project with leading female personalities like Arvida Byström and Tove Styrke. On top of this, each set of panties has been named after trailblazing women in the creative industries, such as Frida Kahlo, Madonna and Erykah Badu.

Not only acting as futuristic pieces of art, the Cryptopanties NFTs will provide their holders with a variety of perks, in both the digital and physical worlds. Via the community platform WERZ, the holders have access to a community vast in gender, interests, and expressions. Furthermore, ownership of the NFTs also allows early access to drops, collaborations, and exclusive events. These groundbreaking steps taken by the ever innovative Rave Review offer us a progressive picture of what the future holds in the metaverse.


Words: Harvey Byworth-Morgan


British Summer

Arual_dress photographer’s own, clogs model’s own Vi_dress photographer’s own, socks COMME SI, sandals MIISTA

(left) top & shirt model’s own, trousers PEACHY DEN, earring JUSTINE CLENQUET, scrunchie GANNI  (right) total look model’s own

(left) total look model’s own

(right) Vi_top model’s own, shirt POLO RALPH LAUREN, shorts COMSI  Arual_total look model’s own


Photography, Styling & Art Direction: Carina Lammers (@carina.lammers)

Make-up: Katie Downer (@katiedownermakeup)

Photo Development: Rapid Eye (@rapideye.darkroom)

Models: Arual (@arual_cyer_mayar), Vi Lath (@vaibhavilath)


Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall

jacket & gloves SOCRATES ACHILLEOS, top & skirt PETRA MINJEVIĆ, shoes JADE PALACE COLLECTIVE

dress SANIA PARVEZ,
headpiece BAZAARE

jacket SOCRATES ACHILLEOS, assisted by SOPHIE HANRAHAN & LULU PEMBERTON,
shirt MAYA RUTLAND, headpiece ALINA ISPAS

shirt CHISUEN HO, skirt ETHAN MULLINGS, headpiece BAZAARE

shirt CHISUEN HO

shirt CHISUEN HO, dress SOCRATES ACHILLEOS

jacket & trousers ETHAN MULLINGS, dress SANIA PARVEZ, bag SOCRATES ACHILLEOS

dress ETHAN LEYLAND, corset EKATERINA PUZANOVA

shirt, brooch & headpiece ETHAN MULLINGS

dress SOCRATES ACHILLEOS & TERRY MULLIGAN

dress ALINA ISPAS, headpiece BAZAARE, shoes JADE PALACE COLLECTIVE

dress CHISUEN HO, body cable SOPHIE HANRAHAN


Photography: Silvia Draz (@silviadraz)

Styling: Leen Abu Eisheh (@leen.abueisheh)

Make-up: Georgia Hope (@georgiahopemakeup)

Hair: Reiss Alexander (@reissalexander)

Model: Yasmin El Yassini (@opheliathanatos)


Interiors Landscape

(left) jacket ALVARO RENNER, trousers STELLA McCARTNEY, blouse GIORGIO ARMANI, shoes PRADA

(right) blouse OSCAR DE LA RENTA, skirt VIVIENNA WESTWOOD, shoes SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

blouse LANVIN, bodysuit ADIDAS, stockings CALVIN KLEIN

(left) jacket ALVARO RENNER, trousers STELLA McCARTNEY, blouse GIORGIO ARMANI, shoes PRADA

(right) mask ÁLVARO RENNER, shirt MARNI, trousers STELLA McCARTNEY, shoes PRADA

(left) dress VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, boots JIL SANDER, gloves ALEANDER WANG

(right) dress ALEANDER WANG, hat ÁLVARO RENNER

(left) dress ÁLVARO RENNER


Photography: Juan Queirolo (@juanqueirolofuentes)

Styling: Alvaro Renner (@alvaro.renner)

Make-up & Hair: Maria Paz Urra (@maria_paz_urra_)

Model: Delfina


Summer Spirit in St. Tropez

Summer Spirit in St. Tropez


The Plein Soleil capsule by Hedi Slimane for CELINE.

As the latest part of the Baie des Anges collection, the brand-new Plein Soleil capsule by CELINE blesses us with a glimmer of St. Tropez spirit for the summer months ahead. The assortment of ready-to-wear items and accessories will be available in selected CELINE stores from April 29th, 2022.

The collection channels the famed understated elegance that both CELINE and the South of France are known for. With pastel tones and floral patterns present throughout, the capsule transports us to a sun-kissed coastline, with striped beach towels and swimwear as accompaniments. The beach-chic feel of the collection is complemented with a craftwork twist, as handknitted crochet dresses and tops are included. To top off the seaside experience, the capsule offers special CELINE editions of the beloved beach games Pétanque and Finnish Keels and even includes a hammock.

As the sun sets over the Mediterranean, the CELINE woman slips out of her beachwear and into a luxurious evening collection. Crafted with the fine materials of jacquard and lamé printed silk, the capsule offers a Bain de Soleil dress, a lingerie top and more for those unforgettable St. Tropez summer nights.

The silhouette also enjoys a plethora of bags, including the house’s classic Panier in various colourways, as well as the Cabas Thais and a calfskin picnic basket. Canvas sneakers, gladiator sandals and acetate sunglasses complete the collection. Modelled by CELINE brand ambassador Suzanne Lindon, the Plein Soleil capsule is the latest in a long line of successes, crafted with the personal touch of Hedi Slimane, the brand’s enigmatic creative director. Available in selected stores from April 29th, CELINE offers you a chance to dress à la mode with this quintessentially French collection – allons à la plage!


Text: Harvey Byworth-Morgan


Australian Summer

Photography & Grooming: Jeff Marano (@jeffmaranodaylightfilm)

Models: Michael Assange, Jake Griffith, Jason Baumber, Tim, Raphael, Adam, Paulo, Matt & Jordan