Street art and artists continue to gain notoriety and cred in both the entertainment world and fashion as indicated by the latest developments including the launch of MOCAtv and their Artists in the Streets series, and ongoing collaborations with top designers such as RETNA’s collab with a new collection from Louis Vuitton. Here’s the scoop. […]
Street Art Round-up: RETNA X Louis Vuitton; J.R.’s Latest; Launch of Art in the Streets for MOCAtv
Creative QR Codes Continue to Push the Envelope for New Branding, Marketing, and Advertising Strategies, as Indicated by Set Japan’s Latest Release for Frisk Mints
QR codes are catching on as the new interactive format using mobile technology, creativity, and genius, as illustrated by Set Japan’s campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Takashi Murakami, and Frisk.
Back-to-School Gothic-Lolita-Not Just for Harajuku Girls Anymore
Back-to-school fashion meets with a heavy influence of Goth, Loli, Fairey Kei, J-Rock, Anime this year as J-Pop has officially invaded. (Alice in Wonderland Loli.) Street report on top brands, styles, accessories.
French Street Artist ZEV and His Liquidated Logos Exhibition in Hong Kong Brings Culture Jamming to the Forefront%u2026Again
“Flipping the script” on corporate logos in an exhibition in the heart of Hong Kong’s high-end fashion district is a statement in and of itself.
Louis Vuitton’s”A Passion for Creation Exhibition” Exemplifies Art and Commerce Starting with Artist Richard Prince’s Pulp Fiction Wrap of the Entire Hong Kong Museum of Art
Ever since Marc Jacobs took the helm in ’97, French lux brand Louis Vuitton has pushed the limits of the meaning of collaborations. Here’s another big one.
Sneaker News: Chic-Sneak High Heels by Puma; Kanye Collabs with Louis Vuitton for Fresh Sneaker Collection
Collaboration Round-Up: Target X Loomstate; Madonna X Louis Vuitton; Jeff Staple X Airwalk X Payless; Mihara Yasuhiro X Puma
The way of the future includes collaborations on a variety of scales to keep retail and consumerism going. Here are some of the latest and best.
Jared Gold Runway Show Pop-up-Retail Concept at Union Station in Los Angeles Provided Instant Gratification for Hundreds of Fans Interested in this Avant Garde Street Fashion Designer
Jared Gold is well-known as an avant-garde designer for turning historical garments into ready-to-wear street fashion. At his highly anticipated show from his Black Chandelier label on March 14th held at the beautifully historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, he presented a collection of distilled Victorian garments with Louis the XIV style, models in massive wigs, colorful tights, all combined with a huge dose of fanfare as they strutted down a 190-foot long catwalk.