One of the fashion industries most beloved, Dominican-American fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, passed yesterday at the age of 82. I will always remember Oscar for saying:
“If you want to establish an international presence you can’t do so from New York. You need the consecration of Paris.”
Always choosing to show his collection at New York Fashion Week, I’ll never know if that comment was flippant. Acknowledging him as a true master of style, I believe there’s some value in his words.
Enjoy looks we love from his last collection as Creative Director, the Oscar de la Renta SS 2015 show. He will be missed…
Burundian born, Brussels model Leila Nda
Angolan model Maria Borges
Top model, Karlie Klos
Spanish model Blanca Padilla
British model, Leomie Anderson
Brazilian newcomer Maria Santana walks for Atelier Versace for their Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Maria is represented by
Oui Models in Paris.
For Vivienne Westwood mens SS15 presentation in Milan, it was all about the moral high ground. Protests about pig farms courtesy of the new doc
, the unjust incarceration of Native American activist Pig Business and another of Vivienne’s platforms for climate change awareness: Leonard Peltier c. limaterevolution.co.uk
The Missoni Spring Summer collection for men was presented today. We especially loved seeing Portugese model Fernando Cabral, and British model Mac Phiri, in the presentation.
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