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C’est cool: Face Print

A non-topic for the fashion world for a long time : faces on t-shirts, shirts and pullovers. Still, those times are over. Faces, big and colorful, printed with a modern technique,  are to to be found numerously in current collections. Ricardo Tisci, designer of Givenchy, shows an especially curious realization of a trend in his S/S 2013 collection. He has jackets, shirts, and t-shirts printed with faces.

The Givenchy Face-Layer look. British designer Joseph Turvey is the first one, in whose works one can notice Face Prints.

More Face Prints:

Photo 1: Givenchy S/S 2013, photo 2: Raf Simons S/S 2103, photo 3: Joseph Turvey F/W 2012

Von: David



NIKE looses three Top-Designers to ADIDAS

NIKE has lost three important shoe-designers at once to their competitor ADIDAS. Marc Dolce, Mark Miner and Denis Dekovic have quit their jobs at the brand with swoosh are all going to work for the brand with the three stripes from 2015 on. Dekovic shared this via Twitter.

NIKE is loosing three of it’s best designers for the shoe-sectors sportswear (Dolce), running (Miner) and soccer (Dekovic).

One can not accuse ADIDAS of trying to obvert their stock-down-fall. To take over important employees of their competitor is already a chilled bitch-move, for sure.

Von: Julian








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