Into The Room

April 22nd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

When it comes to intelligently crafted fashion content few can rival The Room. The latest edition of the finely crafted Hungarian biannual centers on the idea of journeys, a concept whose transformative qualities are an enduring source of inspiration. Fashion leaders like creative directors Gaia Trussardi and Christophe Lemaire share the journeys that inspired their newest collections, while Lane Crawford‘s inimitable Sarah Ruston speaks on the role of travel within her jet setting career. Editorially the magazine hits all the right notes with sleek covers starring rising stars Josephine Van Delden and Bence Farkas. Emilio Tini shoots Nadja Bender in elegant black and white inside and artistic contributions from Alex da Corte, Hugo Barros and Arnaud Lajeunie elevate the magazine to a whole other level.

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Bence Farkas photographed by Miklos Surany, styled by Ali Toth & Aniko Virag


Josephine van Delden photographed by Thomas Lohr, styled by Ali Toth & Aniko Virag


Christophe Lemaire 2014 s/s collection photographed by Ulrich Knoblauch


Gaia Trussardi photographed by Pablo Arroyo, styled by Ali Toth & Aniko Virag


Collage by Hugo Barros


Collaboration between artist Alex da Corte and photographer Charlie Engman


Gucci Atelier in Florence photographed by Miklos Suranyi


Images by Arnaud Lajeunie


Josephine van Delden photographed by Thomas Lohr, styled by Ali Toth & Aniko Virag



Nadja Bender photographed by Emilio Tini, styled by Emil Rebek


Janis Ancens, Federico Cola and Ava Smith photographed by Emilio Tini, styled by Emil Rebek



Bence Farkas photographed by Miklos Suranyi, styled by Ali Toth & Aniko Virag


Swimwear editorial photographed by Miklos Suranyi, styled by Ali Toth & Aniko Virag



Editorial photographed by Janekke van der Hagen, styled by Lyson Marchessault

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Paint By Numbers

August 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Pierre Debusschere goes above and beyond for Dazed & Confused, creating an inventive series of images filled with painterly panache. Robbie Spencer styles Guerrino Santulliana in Hermes creative director Christophe Lemaire‘s refined interpretation of 80s New Wave style, designed specially for a collaboration with popular Korean brand, Bean Pole.

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