Photographer Berta Pfirsich lives and works in Barcelona. She studied photography in IDEP (School of image and Design, Barcelona) and Fashion Stylism in Instituto Europeo di Design Barcelona.
Styling: Jèss MonterdeStyling assistant: Cris LatorreHair&makeup: Rubén Mármol (Kasteel+Agent) para MAC Cosmetics y MoroccanoilNails: Rosa Matilla para EssiePhoto assistant: Daniel MolinaModel: Katty Trost @ Trend
Ryan Roche is a New York-based designer. The brand was founded in 2011 after seven years of designing her children’s brand Mor Mor Rita. She was selected as a runner up in the prestigious CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund for 2014. The designer creates a clean minimalist modern romance style and she is known for her harmonious relationship to color. Subtle, feminine shades and luxurious textures are inherent to each collection. Ryan is committed to supporting responsible manufacturing.
Ryan Roche presented her SS16 collection during New York Fashion Week in the Highline Hotel. The luxury women's label incorporates ruffles and ribbed sweater knits with fuzzy slippers. Tons are cream, pale pink and camel.
Photos courtesy of wwwd.com
Internationally acclaimed fashion designer and street-style icon Vika Gazinskaya launched her namesake label in Moscow in 2006. She studied fashion design in Moscow State University. The label quickly attracted attention and a "demi-couture" designation for its voluminous structured designs, whimsical patterns, hand-stitched details and use of luxurious materials. The designer Gazinskaya was nominated as one of six finalists for the prestigious ANDAM fashion award.
Generously flared midi skirts and sculptural cropped tops reminiscent of budding florals, crisp shirts and slouchy pleated trousers pooling with volume compose the latest SS16 collection Vika Gazinskaya presented.
Photos courtesy of Vika Gazinskaya & businessoffashion.com
OFF-WHITE c/o VIRGIL ABLOH is a fashion label created in 2014 by the DJ Virgil Abloh. In only five seasons, the brand has been nominated for LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers. Manufacturing is based in Milan with a core value of the brand to be made from the best available and particular opinion regarding fabric, fit and fabrication. It offers seasonal men's and women's collections.
The designer presented his new “Blue Collar” Spring/Summer 2016 collection as part of Paris Fashion Week. It presents new proportions and interesting construction this season, which was heavily inspired by workwear, ending up in the collection through vintage Royal Mail uniforms. The brand’s signature T-shirts and white-striped pieces are still making up a good part of the collection, yet still appear less dominant than in the past.
Photos courtesy of OFF-White & Vogue
Born and raised in South Korea, Ji OH launched her eponymous line in 2004. She spent a year in Seoul before she took off to London to attend fashion school at St. Martins and then, got her Fashion degree at Parsons in New York.
The designer presented her lastest androgyny SS16 collection during New York fashion Week. Baggy, spacious, yet structured silhouettes hint at streetwear staples, while crop tops and wide-legged pants offer a rave-influenced alternative for women. Ji OH Used a narrow color palette of navy, gray, light pink, and white. The collection consists of jumpsuits, tunic tops, palazzo pants, button-down shirts, suit-influenced ensembles, skinny jeans, and motorcycle jackets, all with a simple and slightly youthful quality about them.
Photos courtesy of Ji OH