BREAKING BRAD GORESKI
I DONâ€™T GIVE A
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Sea of Shoes with Jane Aldridge
Mademoiselle C with Fabien Constant
An Illustration In Time with Hayden Williams
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WHITE BLAZER | HELMUT LANG BLACK PANTIES | AMERICAN APPAREL
BLACK LACE BRA | MATERIAL GIRL WHITE SKIRT | HERVE LEGER
BLACK BODY SUIT | DONNA KARAN
BLACK BODY SUIT | DONNA KARAN
BLACK LACE BRA | MATERIAL GIRL WHITE SKIRT | HERVE LEGER
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Breaking Brad Brad Groeski
On The Cover: Sweater Salvatore Ferragamo Leather Pants 3.1 Phillip Lim Shoes Giuseppe Zanotti
Photography Tortured Beauty Cinerescent Falling Forward To The Manor
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Acne Dries Van Noten Robert Geller Bask in Masks
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Feautres Jane Aldridge Hayden Williams Hannah Beth Andreas Wijk Blake Scott Sazan Barzani
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Film Mademoiselle C
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Inhale. Exhale. Breathe. Fashion. Repeat. In a world full of noise one is enabled with the power to shield, disguise, and entertain, through a perceived identity in which we possess complete control. With this flar e of popularity among us n ow th e i dea of masking t hrough fashion is widely trending. What was once a creative outlet has now become a diluted way of life transformed into something premeditated and controlled. This issue was sought out to revert to the purpose of fashion and stray from the industry of fashion. Indulge.
SEA OF SHOES
JANE ALDRIDGE Sea of Shoes is the epitome of a wondrous personal style blogger, paving the way for fashion bloggers since 2007! Jane Aldridge captures fashion and in turn fashion captures her. Her style evokes feelings of nostalgia, youth, and effortless luxury, coming across in the finely tuned outfits she struts around in day to day. The style approach is timeless, both in method and manner. Experiencing Sea of Shoes is as experiencing decades of time through the fashion forward, style guru of the 21st century that is Jane Aldridge. What is even more arousing about the blog is the genuine reflection of Jane, each carefully planned outfit and unintentional adornment of threads is a window into the artist. Her interpretation of personal style enables her readers to view fashion in an original light while empowering her blog to be enjoyed by fashionistas alike and the fashion coveters. What has been the driving force behind the success of what is now the epic fashion destination, Sea of Shoes?
Well, that is very flattering of you to phrase it that way! I think the serial nature of the blog, it is interesting to watch an unfolding story be told.
Sea of Shoes began as a hobby that has now unraveled into a phenomenal career. What are some challenges of keeping up with the sensation?
It is a challenge to always be challenging yourself creatively and making your content better every time whilst making time to nurture a growing business. They are definitely equally important but they are different skill sets. Switching gears all the time is hard! ANNEX
We can relate to the quote ‘My room was clean until I had to decide what to wear’ does this apply to you and your fabulous, colossal, wardrobe?
Oh yes! Being a collector of vintage, I have more of a costume collection than a closet. Sometimes it is hard to find the practical amongst the crazy.
You’ve captured the attention of Kanye West and many other great forces. What elements of your blog do you think are accountable for this amazingness?
I have spoken to Kanye, who has an endlessly inspiring entrepreneurial spirit. I think I was lucky to be on the blogging scene early and of course we do strive for great content and photography. 17
Like some of your favorite designers, you also possess a quality of timelessness in your personal style. How do you accomplish this? I think timelessness in personal style is basically wearing different iterations of one look forever. For instance, my mom has always worn men’s sweatshirts inside out with Levi’s 501s her whole life long. Dependable classics are her thing.
If you could be born in any era which would it be and why?
Let’s say the sixties, so then I could start collecting vintage in the mid seventies and then I could be there to buy all the records I wanted years 1978-1988.
Aside from your insanely grand fashion style, you have a note worthy avant-garde taste in music, film, and muses. Where did this taste derive from?
I’ve always been into music. My mom raised me on Roxy Music, Japan, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sly and the Family Stone...it was a good foundation for what I collect now. She informed a lot of my taste in everything. My dad also raised me on Turner Classic Movies. My grandma made me watch John Waters and David Byrne’s True Stories when I was like eight years old.
Is there a difference between the Jane Aldridge from Sea of Shoes and the Jane Aldridge in every day life? Haha, in real life I’m kind of type A. I’m a control freak about how my days are structured and I’m probably more conservative than I realize.
Photographed by Catherine Asanov Styled by Bruno Lima Makeup by Ivette Alison Hair by Whitney Willison Model â€“ Page Ruth @ Next Models
Dress by IZMAYLOVA Shoes by RUTHIE DAVIS Earrings by SWAROVSKI
Woven top by BEC & BRIDGE Leather mini skirt by BEC & BRIDGE Cropped sequin jacket by CHRISTIAN COTA Shoes by RUTHIE DAVIS Ombre fringe earrings by VII VICTORY Ring by SWAROVSKI
Silver knit top by BEC & BRIDGE Fish net skirt by CXC Metal shoulder piece by VII VICTORY Earrings by JUPITER JEWELRY Cuff by AVANT GARDE PARIS Ring by AVANT GARDE PARIS
Dress by IZMAYLOVA Shoes by RUTHIE DAVIS Earrings by SWAROVSKI
Leather jacket by AMEN Dress by MISSGUIDED Earrings by AVANT GARDE PARIS Ring by AVANT GARDE PARIS
Jacket by NIKKI RICH Tank by ROBERT VALLANCE Pants by AMEN Ankle boots by ATALANTA WELLER Necklace by SWAROVSKI Ring by SWAROVSKI
Gown by GUISHEM Earrings by KELLY WEARSTLER Cuff by JOHN HARDY Ring by JOHN HARDY
Hayden Williams an Illustration in Time By Alex Hoey
The fashion industry is anything but a walk in the park. It’s a rainforest—bursting with bounteous personalities, nourishing opportunities with every tree the eye can see. It is also a cutthroat land that demands commitment, networking, and many unpaid internships to survive. But Hayden Williams’ portfolio might give you a misleading impression. This 22 year-old fashion illustrator and designer has a talent so organic, he makes it seem as though he casually strolled through this toilsome territory. Capturing the admiration of A-List celebrities like; Rihanna, Beyonce, and Naomi Campbell, Williams’ clean lines and impeccable attention to detail has all the creatures in this fashion rainforest buzzing. And it is only the beginning of his already impressive career.
As a young child, I was obsessed with illustrating Disney Characters, particularly the female characters. I was mesmerised by the glamour and beauty of how these fictional characters were port rayed. It all ser ved as initial inspiration for what I am doing now!â€?
orn and raised in the UK, Hayden began drawing at age 3, using female Disney personalities as his models. “Those years of drawing characters like Jessica Rabbit taught me to illustrate the female form in a more idealized and stylized way, which then was a natural progression into fashion illustration and design.” Deciding to study “Fashion, Textiles, and Art” at Barking College followed by “Fashion Product Innovation” at Ravensbourne University, Williams’ elevated his natural talent by taking his knowledge past the pen and paper and expanding it to the runway. No doubt these skills came in handy last year when Williams debuted his ﬁrst mini collection done in collaboration with Street Sketch. The line was glamorous, the clothes classic, the models whimsical, and all aspects were leveled with just enough modernity. It’s not shocking that Hayden draws inspiration from iconic women of the past and present. “I get inspiration from a lot
of vintage fashion from the late 50’s and 60’s along with things going on in pop culture.” Hayden has sketched a wide range from the Olsen twins and Kim Kardashian, to ﬁlms like Clueless and The Great Gatsby, to pinup mermaids, to classic beauties like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe. Using social media to air his talents, Williams’ racked up a huge fan base, all appreciative of his glamorous aesthetic: “It’s about creating classics without having to worry about being on trend or trendy, but about looking timeless.” So where does this talented fashion illustrator see himself in the next two years? Hopefully with his own clothing line, of course. “The industry I am in is unpredictable and even though I work hard towards my goals, I let things take its natural course and progress naturally.” While this business is ever changing, one thing is for certain: Hayden Williams has an enduring talent analogous to his classic muses.
“It’s about creating classics without having to worry about being on trend or trendy, but about looking timeless.”
Ambition to Create Novel Expression, or Acne for short, is undeniably notable for its denim. The fashion house is also innovative, producing films, apparel, and a bi-annual magazine under the name Acne Paper. When it was established in 1996, Acne was a home to four friends who wanted to start a creative collective in Stockholm, Sweden. The driving visionary behind it all, is co-founder and designer of Acne Studios, Jonny Johansson. In 1997, Johansson designed 100 pairs of a five-pocket raw denim jeans to give to his friends, which led to an instant, viral overnight success. Acne boasts a lucrative empire through uniting innovative denim and fashionably functioned wardrobes for men and women. The Acne cut is youthful and versatile; each piece can effortlessly be styled to suit one’s fashion needs.
Incredible tailoring and muted color palettes are the reason for awe-inspiring designs that translates raw and fresh looks for its tamed collections. Acne Studios has evolved a long way from functional jeans to immaculately tailored pieces. Their Fall 2013 Menswear collection nods at the ‘Father’ of Swedish modern literature, August Strindberg. The fascination of propaganda and the dandy man characteristics of Strindberg in the 19th century enabled Johansson to strut forward with a collection interpreting the modern dandy man, who takes pride in escalating one’s appearance. Dealing fashion cards of effortless neck scarves, posh fur collared peacoats, and finely cropped pants. By: Candice Lee
dries van noten
Upon experiencing Dries Van Noten you’ll quickly be exposed to the favoring of more is more. Born in Antwerp, Belgium (1958) the designer was submerged into the seemingly blissful world of fashion, being the third generation in a family of tailors. As a mere child his father introduced him to shows and collections in Milan and Paris enabling him to quickly grasp the commercial and technical concept of the billion dollar industry. Between his father owning a large upscale fashion boutique and his mother having a fine liking to antique fashions it’s safe to say Van Noten was born with fashion in his veins. It is then no wonder the designer carries such a confident approach in his collections dating back to the 80’s. The designer was once noted by Tim Van Steenbergen to have the courage to be incredibly romantic while exposing his sensitive side. This confidence and courage has unraveled into undeniable success. According to Vogue, in 2006 he insisted he did not want to be a big player however after 20 short years of the eponymous
Dries Van Noten brand’s life, that was indeed the case. ‘Normally the more clashing it is, the more I like it!’ he shared with Vogue in 2007. One can blatantly translate this from his designs. His Men’s Autumn/Winter 2013 is no exception to the clashing, the romance, the courage, and the confidence that makes up Dries Van Noten. Introduced to the world in Paris accompanied by DJ Kid Koala’s 5 Bit Blues that is chalk full of habitual components but sundry juxtapositions much like the collection itself. The tergiversate layered paisley blouse, the rock n’ roll leather studded pants, the finely adorned fuzzy mohair socks and sandals; strategically styled to embody his debonair approach to ‘clothes for a quick exit.’ However, ‘nothing is what it seams’ according to Van Noten, life is hopelessly askew, and ultimately the Dries Van Noten Autumn/Winter 2013 collection was guided by fine tuned ambiguity.
R o bert Gell er By: Mariya Dondonyan
The conditions that prevailed during a specific paramount time and era galvanize Robert Geller in every collection he designs. Geller doesn’t aim to recreate the historic truth but instead allows that to spark off an inspiration to design what he would wear during that time. Born in Germany in 1976, the rising designer has made an impact into the ever-growing fashion food chain and continues to unthread into unmistakable success. Son of a photographer, Geller struck an interest in fashion, art, and design, at the age of 13, when he traveled to London Fashion Week in 1989. “There was just something electric about that experience. There was an excitement I felt for the first time in my life,” he said to Soma magazine. “All I knew was that I wanted to be closer to it.” He obtained his degree in Fashion Design at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2001 and began his venture into the industry with Marc Jacobs. His first successful self-determining project was the menswear label Cloak alongside Alexandre Plokhov.
After receiving the financial backing for his own men’s collection, Geller launched his first designs bearing his name for Autumn/Winter 2007. His design aesthetic has prospered throughout the years while he tempers between the lines of tough and romantic. Geller has learned and fabricated a plan of favorable outcomes for his career. Geller designs for the modern man with inevitable edge. His Autumn/Winter 2013 menswear collection exhibits an epoch of Berlin in the 1920’s, reminding one of German expressionist films. This moment in time was of enterprising conduct, experimental pursuits and decadent fashion yet with the Nazi period of inexorable doom. Highlights of colors peak through yet the collection is primarily a black and white anthology that exudes contemporary minimalism. Geller uses knitwear and outerwear and displays fabric combinations such as felt, pieces of washed tencel and applique with hand brushed on details. There is a severity with the black ambiance and the colors of romance being muted which is notably stronger than his previous collections.
COAT | CALVIN KLEIN BUTTON DOWN | CALVIN KLEIN
g n i k a e r B d a r B
Styled By: Mr. Brad Goreski Style Assistant: Hannah Soboroff Lensed By: Kaleb Khu Hair Stylist: Rubarlena Make Up Artist: Anton Khachaturian
ANNEX:You and bow ties- how did this relationship first begin? Brad Goreski: I’ve been wearing bow ties since I was about 3 years old. When I was looking for photos for my book “Born to be Brad” I found a Polaroid of me at 3 years old in a beige three piece suit and a brown velvet bow tie. Some things never change. What has been the most challenging obstacle you deal with now that you serve as your own boss? Delegating. That’s the biggest thing for me. I want to do everything myself and its just not possible. You have to learn to give people direction and trust that they are going to do it to the best of their ability. Have you ever turned down a project and later regretted it? No. You can’t regret the past. Once you say no to something, you have to let it go. If you don’t, it prevents you from moving forward. Since your assistant days you have proven to have talent and range. In between your A-lister clients, your own reality show, your book, and various other projects like Kate Spade- what has been the most exciting experience? All of it! Each experience has been so unique and fulfilling in different ways. I feel so blessed to have accomplished so much in just three years. How do you juggle all of these projects and handle being in such high demand? I have a great team around me. My assistants make everything possible for me! Lindsay, Hannah and Michael work so hard. I’m super lucky. The Fashion industry thrives on relationships and as a stylist you work closely with companies PR teams. How do you manage to maintain healthy relationships with PR players? It’s a give and take relationship. You have to be kind to people and also help each other out. We are all in this together. The Madonna effect. As your style icon, how did she inspire you? She inspired me to take risks and be myself. Nothing can beat Madonna in the blonde ambition days. Nothing! As fashion repeats itself over time, what do you do to channel fresh ideas? You have to find a way to twist it. Make it fresh. See it through different eyes. It’s part of the fun of styling, discovering the thing that makes your interpretation of a look different. What is your style philosophy? Play dress up everyday! What are a few inspirational “Brad words to live by?’ Don’t freakout! It’s not worth it.
SWEATER | FERRAGAMO
‘Imagine a publication that pushes fashion forward, that celebrates the greatest creators in image-making while supporting a new guard of brilliant talent—as well as providing valuable insight into the world of fashion and beyond. This is my vision for CR, a new magazine about fashion and creativity.’ Carine Roitfeld While the wondrous Director Fabien Constant doesn’t believe in signs he spent nine months shooting the birth of ‘CR Fashion Book: Issue 1 Rebirth.’ The movie centralizes around the renowned fashion editor internationally regarded for her chic and subversive styling, Carine Roitfeld. After investing ten strong years at Vogue Paris building a reputation as one of fashion’s most influential movers Carine transitions into starting a new business the CR Fashion Book. The film provides a special glimpse at the inner workings of the legendary Roitfeld’s professional world in which she’s a generous, down-toearth, and accessible; total opposite but complimentary of the mysterious, arrogant, elegant, idea most possess of her. Fabien shares that he is not a fashion boy he simply tells stories of amazing characters, characters such as Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford, Stephan Gan, and so much more. The film was chalk full of fabulous components that make up the idea of the fashion industry like Tom Ford ‘controlling life after death’ and complimented with realistism like hard work, deadlines, and budgets. Above all else the inspiring impact that undeniably casts an impression on the viewers was the driving passion behind the film, Fabien captured the passion Carine has for creating art to perfection. This passion exposed to us is without a doubt contagious. Cohen media
Carine On fashion:
More than fashion, I love images, which are not the same thing. In my fashion series, I’m not interested in showcasing the latest bag or collection number 25, but showing what you can do with them and what it can bring to a woman. There is a superficial side to it, but it is a tool to arm oneself to provide self-confidence. I don’t tell people to go out and buy this coat, but I do suggest how they can wear it. I send little messages and use images to make suggestions. I am a link between the fashion shows that everyone can see online and real life. I am the one who makes it wearable by using characters I dream and fantasize about. I’m not a designer, so it’s fascinating to associate with artists.
On the 3 “Fairy Godfathers”:
I’m thrilled that Ricardo Tisci, Tom Ford, and Karl Lagerfeld are in the movie. I spend a great deal of time with those three artists. I’m also happy J.W. Anderson is in it. I think he is the biggest talent of the future. It was hard to convince Tom Ford to do it. He’s more of a ball breaker than I am. On the other hand, the movie shows a side of Karl that people haven’t seen. It scene where he is pushing my granddaughter around in a stroller will probably end up on YouTube because no one thinks of him in that way. Karl is very sweet with children, and much more tender than people believe.
Roitfeld On Anna Wintour:
I worked with Anna Wintour and I respect her. She is cold, tough, and focused at the same time. When she didn’t like one of my photo shoots, she would pick up the phone and tell me directly. She is a businesswoman, whereas I’m not at all. She runs her magazine by choosing clothes that will sell in stores so as to support business. I make pictures that I find beautiful and I have fewer resources than she (laughs). When people ask me what it is I do, I answer I’m a dreamer- someone who made her dreams come true. The main difference between our movies is that I feel that the director who made The September Issue doesn’t know anything about fashion. I expect people to compare the two, after all, people compared our daughters; but they shouldn’t compete. The September Issue and Mademoiselle C. are nothing alike and I think there is room for both projects.
On Carine Roitfeld:
Carine Roitfeld has always been an absolute fashion icon for me. She’s untouchable and represents a fantasy people have about fashion. You can tell when people say “Give me Carine Roitfeld eyes” or “Give me more of a Roitfeld attitude”, and you know exactly what they mean. Even after 30 years, Carine is a standard-bearer in a business where people are sucked in, wrung out and left out to dry. When that standard started to wobble on 4-inch heels after leaving Vogue, I wanted to know how the standard was going to weather the storm.
On Karl Lagerfeld:
Karl Lagerfeld likes the media and accepts it, just like everything he does in life. I love that. I’ve had a long-standing relationship based on trust with him thanks to the Loïc Prigent documentaries that I produced, so he is used to my presence and doesn’t see me as getting in the way- at least I hope he doesn’t.
On Carine vs. Anna Wintour:
People often compare Carine to Anna Wintour because they are the two most iconic fashion editors of their time; but the comparisons stop there one you spend time with them. My movie is the antithesis of The September Issue in that Carine is almost the opposite of Anna Wintour. She is instinctive and warm rather than calculated and distant; and the thing she loves the most is getting up in the morning to create pictures. Anna Wintour is a brilliant and intelligent politician, but she isn’t much of a creator.
Punk Perfection Balance is key. Fusing edge with sex appeal, these punk-inspired ensembles prove that a little leather, spikes, and silver discs, go a long way.
â€œInternet journalist, fashion designer, model, glitter obsessed, rock n roller!!â€?
- HANNAH BETH 54
Clean Slate Breaking all the rules white on white on white is right- year round. Alas this achromatic look has surfaced runways and street style all around resulting in a successful crisp, clean, cool look.
20 year old singer from Sweden, I Created my fashion blog in 2009 with a goal to inspire the people around me. I wanted to have a platform to share my music and looks. My everyday style is a natural part of my life and right now Iâ€™m working with fashion and music full-time.
- ANDREAS WIJK ANNEX
Dapper & Decadent Crafted to exude all that is poised and effortless. Cleanly tailored, militantly structured, and seductively stylish.
My style is driven by other well dressed gentleman ranging from the old- Frank Sinatra, Steve McQueen to the new Street Etiquette. I am constantly inspired by Gant, Ralph Lauren, and Taylor Stitch. My outlook on life is simple: Dress well, live well, and stay humble.
â€“BLAKE SCOTT 56
Classic Combo High-impact, powerful, and sophisticated in an air of grace and unmistakable perfection defines the result of the color block that is black and white and trendy all over.
My goal is to expand my SPAZ brand into a bigger and even better business. Currently, it’s a very small operation where I am managing my entire blog, including all the blog posts you see, PR work and social media.etc. In 5 years, I hope to see the Spaz brand go from not only a blogazine but to an affordable online shop where Spaz Fans can shop my own affordable line. I also hope to expand my Spaz TV channel that’s growing on Youtube right now and get it on a great TV network.
-SAZAN BARZANI ANNEX
Photographer: Svetlana LK Stylist: Anthony Pedraza Make up: Alexis Williams for OCC Make Up Hair: Nicholas Shatarah for Phyto Hair Care Assistant: Jay Fierce, Anthony Tudisco Model: Anna @Women Direct, Anastasia @One Management
ANNA : JACKET | JILL STUART PANTS | A.L.C. SHOES | OHNE TITEL PURSE | NADIA TARR ANASTASIA : DRESS | OHNE TITEL SHOES | TANIA SPINELLI HAT | HACHE STOCKINGS | WOLFORD PURSE | NADIA TARR
ANASTASIA : Crop Top by Sally Pointe Top by Kenneth Cole
ANNA: JACKET | HELMUT LANG TOP | OHNE TITEL PANTS | ETRO SHOES | HERVE LEGER ANASTASIA : TOP | HELMUT LANG TURTLENECK | HELMUT LANG SKIRT | JONATHAN SIMKHAI SHOES | TANIA SPINELLI STOCKINGS | WOLFORD BAG | ANDREA NEEN
ALL | 3.1 PHILLIP LIM
Bask in Masks
Mystic, compelled, mysterious, and deep-founded,are just a few words that come to mind with the powerful symbolism of masks. During the Italian Renaissance, masks served as a theatric tool to protect the wearer’s identity during suspicious or promiscuous activities. The 15th century witnessed the rise of a theatrical phenomenon where every citizen in Venice can play a role in equalizing status while wearing a mask. Masked, a servant could be mistaken for a nobleman and a nobleman could easily be mistaken for a servant. With no faces, everyone had voices.
Through periodic resurgences, we find ourselves enchanted by masks trending in fashion. While over-the-top spectacle, avant-garde designs, and even masks are no strangers to Haute Couture, Maison Martin Margiela’s first Couture Week collection caused a stir with faceless models in masks made of beaded embroidery and embellished crystals. Before Margiela, the late Alexander McQueen was praised for his ravishing lace masks – one of which was notoriously worn by Lady Gaga during the VMA’s. During today’s fast-paced, tech savvy generation we’re in a constant search for genuine originality. While finding newer, innovative ideas are important, it’s crucial we continue building our archives with historical inspirations. As one of the most stunning form of art in theatrics, we’re compelled to watch out for these decorative and opulent masks in fashion.
F F Nicole Martinez
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Designer: Velda Lauder Shoes: Essella Boutique Photographer: Darren Brade Hair: Vicki Lord Make-up: Lucy Jayne Parker Model: Lonnie Beckley Location: Boys Hall, Kent
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