Posted: 30 Sep 2013 04:39 AM PDT
Will the FUTURE be as we imagined? A place where our wildest dreams and deepest desires come together to form our own personal utopia? Or will we instead find ourselves drowning in a rubbish heap of mindless gadgetry and consumerism? For the third issue of Fucking Young!, we wanted to explore the dreams and fantasies that reflect our idealised visions of the future.
Creating wearable looks with attitude is Isabel Marant's straightforward design credo. Her collection for H&M synthesises this distinctive philosophy: real clothes that capture the moment. Marant imagined, for the very first time, a compact wardrobe for men, which is interspersed with the same careless vibe of the womenswear. There is precisely-tailored outerwear and heavy-knits; motorbike leather trousers are matched with tie-dye T-shirts; western-style jeans and shirts are combined with the iconic hooded sweatshirt. Sporty pieces have an air of vintage Americana. »
Actor Niels Schneider, model Clement Chabernaud and architect Guillaume Macé appear in the lookbook of Isabel Marant's capsule collection for H&M. The Isabel Marant for H&M collection is an eclectic mix of boho elegance and rock 'n' roll nonchalance. Marant has also imagined, for the very first time, a compact wardrobe for men, which is interspersed with the same careless vibe of the womenswear. »
Having cemented its posture in the world of haute-couture, Paris-based Au Courant continuously blends elements of avant garde simplicity with the functionality and discipline exhibited in the wardrobes of the Far East. Loose silhouettes, leather trims, and glistening zipper contrasts create a deep catalog of timelessness. »
Thisispaper came to life online almost two years ago to showcase design of exceptional quality as seen through our purposefully subjective eye. Since its inception its form resembled a moodboard, in that it relied much more heavily on image than on text. Now they present the first printed publication. A book-like, collectible volume featuring gripping, in-depth conversations with some of the most forward thinking and inspiring designers today. »
SADAK's Spring/Summer 2014 "in liminal space" collection, designed by Sasa Kovacevic embarks on a journey from Japan to Serbia. Mixing serbian hip hop subculture and japanese traditional dress, with a strong interest in serbian 19th century embroidery, japanese silk painting and serbian ethnography, the collection mixes a variety of colors, shapes, designs and prints. »
Here is the amazing schedule for the Spring/Summer 2014 shows in Lisbon. »
"Deity" remixes Anti Utopia's clean and avant-garde look with playful re-proportions and intricate pleating. Strong silhouettes and the monochromatic color palette unify the comprehensive ready-to-wear range that runs the gamut from the punk rock leather jacket, sophisticated formal crisp shirts and suit jackets to the gothic graphics sweaters. »
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