Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /customers/5/8/2/schonmagazine.com/httpd.www/index.php:2) in /customers/5/8/2/schonmagazine.com/httpd.www/wp-includes/feed-rss2.php on line 8 Christophe Lemaire – Schön! Magazine http://schonmagazine.com Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:08:11 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 pull along http://schonmagazine.com/pull-along/ http://schonmagazine.com/pull-along/#respond Thu, 20 Oct 2016 10:09:39 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=51297 ]]> Left wears  Top / Dries Van Noten  Trousers / Vintage Right wears  Top / Reed Krakoff  Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester (vintage) Belt / Stylist’s Own Opposite Top / Telfar  Jumpsuit / Vintage  Necklace / Stylist’s own Hoop  Earring / Shikama

Left wears
Top / Dries Van Noten
Trousers / Vintage
Right wears
Top / Reed Krakoff
Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester (vintage)
Belt / Stylist’s Own
Opposite
Top / Telfar
Jumpsuit / Vintage
Necklace / Stylist’s own Hoop
Earring / Shikama

Photographer John Clayton Lee dips into collections past with this Schön! online editorial. Heading into archival departments, stylist Patty Lu brings to life pieces by Comme des Garçons, Dries Van Noten and Céline.

Top / Telfar  Jumpsuit / Vintage

Top / Telfar
Jumpsuit / Vintage

T-Shirt / Supreme (vintage) - the youth are getting restless Top / Vintage Shorts / Dries Van Noten (vintage)  Trousers / caron callahan Earring / Shikama

T-Shirt / Supreme (vintage) – the youth are getting restless
Top / Vintage
Shorts / Dries Van Noten (vintage)
Trousers / caron callahan
Earring / Shikama

Left wears Top / Dries Van Noten  Trousers / Vintage Right wears Top / Reed Krakoff Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester (vintage)  Belt / Stylist’s Own Opposite Dress / Creatures of the Wind Silk  Trousers / Christophe Lemaire  Top, belt & earring / Vintage

Left wears
Top / Dries Van Noten
Trousers / Vintage
Right wears
Top / Reed Krakoff
Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester (vintage)
Belt / Stylist’s Own
Opposite
Dress / Creatures of the Wind
Trousers / Christophe Lemaire
Top, belt & earring / Vintage

Knit top / Stylist’s own Dress & belt / COMME des GARÇONS

Knit top / Stylist’s own
Dress & belt / COMME des GARÇONS

Dress / Creatures of the Wind Trousers / Christophe Lemaire  Top, belt, & earring / Vintage

Dress / Creatures of the Wind
Trousers / Christophe Lemaire
Top, belt, & earring / Vintage

Skirt / Dries Van Noten  Shoes / Marginal  Opposite Top / CÉLINE  Skirt / Dries Van Noten Earring / Shikama

Skirt / Dries Van Noten
Shoes / Marginal
Opposite
Top / CÉLINE
Skirt / Dries Van Noten
Earring / Shikama

Left wears Top / Dries Van Noten  Trousers / Vintage Right wears Top / Reed Krakoff Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester (vintage)  Belt / Stylist’s own Shoes / Dries Van Noten (vintage) Opposite Knit Top / Stylist’s own  Dress & belt / COMME des GARÇONS

Left wears
Top / Dries Van Noten
Trousers / Vintage
Right wears
Top / Reed Krakoff
Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester (vintage)
Belt / Stylist’s own
Shoes / Dries Van Noten (vintage)
Opposite
Knit Top / Stylist’s own
Dress & belt / COMME des GARÇONS

T-Shirt / Jacquemus  Necklace / Stylist’s Own  Opposite T-Shirt / Jacquemus  Trousers / Vintage  Shoes / Vayarta

T-Shirt / Jacquemus
Necklace / Stylist’s Own
Opposite
T-Shirt / Jacquemus
Trousers / Vintage
Shoes / Vayarta

T-Shirt / Jacquemus  Necklace / Stylist’s own  Trousers / Vintage  Shoes / Vayarta

T-Shirt / Jacquemus
Necklace / Stylist’s own
Trousers / Vintage
Shoes / Vayarta

Top / CÉLINE Skirt / Dries Van Noten  Earring / Shikama

Top / CÉLINE
Skirt / Dries Van Noten
Earring / Shikama

T-Shirt / Jacquemus  Necklace / Stylist’s own  Trousers / Vintage Opposite T- Shirt / Supreme (vintage) - the youth are getting restless Top / Vintage Silk Shorts / Dries Van Noten (vintage)  Trousers / caron callahan Earring / Shikama

T-Shirt / Jacquemus
Necklace / Stylist’s own
Trousers / Vintage
Opposite
T- Shirt / Supreme (vintage) – the youth are getting restless
Top / Vintage
Silk Shorts / Dries Van Noten (vintage)
Trousers / caron callahan
Earring / Shikama

Photography / John Clayton Lee
Fashion / Patty Lu
Models / Ally Durham, Kayten Schmidt & Patty Lu
Photography Assistant / Kaleb Marshall

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luxurious comfort at PFW http://schonmagazine.com/PFWAW15Day2/ http://schonmagazine.com/PFWAW15Day2/#respond Fri, 06 Mar 2015 11:38:43 +0000 http://working-singer.de/SCHON//?p=26776 ]]> Lemaire

Lemaire

The second day of Paris Women’s Ready-To-Wear Autumn/Winter 2015 Fashion Week accentuated newfound comfort in architectural ways. From Lemaire’s warm wrap overs to Alexis Mabille’s luxurious sportswear, this day appealed to the inner chic hibernator that is awakened with winter comes. We also visited the worlds of Cédric Charlier, Guy Laroche, Damir Doma, Dries Van Noten, Sharon Wauchob, Aganovich, and Swarovski.

Lemaire kicked off the second day of Paris Fashion Week with wrap over coats, neck warmers, and caps for a cosy winter. Long, classic silhouettes made for an easy vibe, while wide legged trousers added a hint of tomboy. Designers Cristophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran created capes that demanded attention and maxi coats of lambswool melton.

Cédric Charlier, Photography Ylenia Cuéllar

Cédric Charlier, Photography Ylenia Cuéllar

Cédric Charlier presented a bright and athletic collection of Astroturf green, vivid navy, and peach. Streamlined silhouettes provided an athletic shape, while colour blocking made for a visually delightful show. A dose of shine added glamour to the overall classic pieces.

Guy Laroche

Guy Laroche

Deconstructed textiles met fitted knitwear and gold prints for dark romanticism in Guy Laroche’s runway show. This marks Creative Director Adam Andrascik’s first collection for the brand as he paid tribute to the house’s hunger for lavish ready-to-wear. Printed leather biker jackets and trench coats with floating panels were juxtaposed with form fitted dresses. Inspired by the film Pillow Book, Andrascik concentrated on lean volumes and with a gold dipped effect, infused with an element of calligraphy.

Damir Doma, Photography Matteo Carcelli

Damir Doma, Photography Matteo Carcelli

Damir Doma illustrated sculptural minimalism in cashmere and fine wool; a celebration of craftsmanship. Long silhouettes captured a vein of imperfection that ran throughout each piece. The body was shrouded in light dry cotton and rough linen, that were slightly frayed. Doma captured a disturbed sophistication to invoke a modern woman of softly tortured ease.

The beginning of the Dries Van Noten show celebrated a marriage of old and new, refined and ordinary, elaborate gold brocade and plain cotton chinos. Van Noten left guests spoilt for choice as model after model trickled down the catwalk with an almost intimidating authority, matched only by the show’s all girl soundtrack, that resonated with an overwhelming energy of power throughout the salon. Fabrics ranging from the decadent to the everyday were accentuated and aligned with sequins, gilded fringing, fur, feathers and flowers in a manner of casual elegance that one has become accustomed to seeing at Van Noten’s shows. This show spoke of comfort, indulgence, and casual glamour, but the loudest word this show spoke was “empowerment,” for the wearer, for the on-looker, for all.

Sharon Wauchob, Photography Ylenia Cuéllar

Sharon Wauchob, Photography Ylenia Cuéllar

Lacy and racy, but always sophisticated, Sharon Wauchob’s latest collection highlighted polished blazers and suede coats that covered the body, while transparent dresses revealed the lines of bodies. A soft wave-like motif was featured on thin garments of rosebud, juxtaposing the daring leopard print with outerwear. The Wauchob woman was classically seductive, but still in touch with her youthful spirit.

The duo at Aganovich’s love affair with tailoring continued this season, with a softness in edge that gave the pair their most wearable collection yet. Muted tones rang true to the heart of Taylor and Aganovich’s brand as volumes of fabric were draped to form asymmetric silhouettes out of decadent silks and tweeds in black, white and pinstripe – a palette interrupted only by sprinklings of brown, red and a very somber floral.

Alexis Mabille

Alexis Mabille

Sporty and chic, the Alexis Mabille woman gave us a glimmer of glamour.  Precious boxy jersey dresses and sweaters embellished with chains hung like precious threads off the garments. Embracing pink jacquard flares and rucksack, Mabille used the codes of luxurious sportswear (think Aspen) and heightened them with the choice of very fine materials he picks for his pieces: cashmere, lace, jacquard, velvet or fur patches. The sparkly chain used also as a lacing element on the back of coat sleeves or shoulder blades was the silver lining element guiding us through the collection. Of course, the classic Mabille signature touch, the perennial twisted fabric bow, made its way down the catwalk.

Swarovski Winter Garden Collection Autumn/Winter 2015

Swarovski Winter Garden Collection Autumn/Winter 2015

Swarovski’s Winter Garden Collection highlighted a mixture of elegant jewellery, drawing from organic elements of nature. Crystal drops suggested rain, while speckles of crystals encapsulated in tube bracelets referred to stardust. Standout pieces included graphic lattice jewellery, which took inspiration from old English Manors. These items drew a darker inspiration with large crystals of a vintage flavour. Swarovski demonstrated its extravagant design for the successful woman, but also injected notes of sweet youth, with the simple addition of a butterfly.

Words / Sheri Chiu, Coline Bach, and Natalie Roar

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Jacket / Nicolas Andreas Taralis
Turtleneck / John Lawrence Sullivan
Hat / Tillmann Lauterbach

Photographer Mark Drew captures model Alexis le Carbonnier in this black and white urban Schön! exclusive online editorial. Featuring Tillmann Lauterbach, Nicolas Andreas Taralis and Y/PROJECT pieces, styled by Martin Léon Hamery, we venture into Parisian backstreets to unearth the hidden corners of the city’s sphere.

Jacket / Zapa Trousers / Komakino Boots / Jean-Baptiste Rautureau Opposite Jacket & trousers / Tillmann Lauterbach Gloves / Surface to Air

Jacket / Zapa
Trousers / Komakino
Boots / Jean-Baptiste Rautureau
Opposite
Jacket & trousers / Tillmann Lauterbach
Gloves / Surface to Air

Blazer and top / Komakino

Blazer and top / Komakino

Coat / Christophe Lemaire Shirt / Zapa Opposite Shirt and trousers / Komakino

Coat / Christophe Lemaire
Shirt / Zapa
Opposite
Shirt and trousers / Komakino

Jumpsuit / Agnès B. Sunglasses / Eyevan Boots / Pataugas

Jumpsuit / Agnès B.
Sunglasses / Eyevan
Boots / Pataugas

Jacket / Tillmann Lauterbach Shirt / Y/PROJECT Opposite Coat and trousers / Komakino Boots / Jean-Baptiste Rautureau

Jacket / Tillmann Lauterbach
Shirt / Y/PROJECT
Opposite
Coat and trousers / Komakino
Boots / Jean-Baptiste Rautureau

Jacket / Tillmann Lauterbach  Shirt and trousers / Y/PROJECT  Boots / Jean-Baptiste Rautureau

Jacket / Tillmann Lauterbach
Shirt and trousers / Y/PROJECT
Boots / Jean-Baptiste Rautureau

Coat / Melinda Gloss Trousers / Komakino Sunglasses / Eyevan Opposite Turtleneck /John Lawrence Sullivan  Hat / Tillmann Lauterbach  Vest, trousers & boots / Nicolas Andreas Taralis

Coat / Melinda Gloss
Trousers / Komakino
Sunglasses / Eyevan
Opposite
Turtleneck / John Lawrence Sullivan
Hat / Tillmann Lauterbach
Jacket, trousers & boots / Nicolas Andreas Taralis

This Schön! exclusive online editorial was produced by

Photography / Mark Drew
Styling / Martin Léon Hamery
Model / Alexis le Carbonnier @ New Madison, Paris, France
Styling assistant / Michael Storm

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Schön! 26 | time after time http://schonmagazine.com/timeaftertime/ http://schonmagazine.com/timeaftertime/#respond Wed, 05 Nov 2014 15:35:24 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=22925 ]]> Jacket / Diesel  Shirt / Tod's

Jacket / Diesel
Shirt / Tod’s

Enigmatic Lena Hamm and Dave Baby convey power and dignity in this exclusive editorial by Diego Indraccolo. Fashion editor Kay Korsh styles Calvin Klein, Rag & Bone and Trussardi,with beautifully understated pieces for this Schön! Magazine issue 26 editorial. Why not get your digital copy for the full #luxury experience?

Jacket & shirt / Rag & Bone  Trousers / Chloé Boots / Maison Martin Margiela  Bracelets / Links of London  Rings / Chrome Hearts Throw / Marwood Opposite Shirt / Rag & Bone  Ring / Chrome Hearts

Jacket & shirt / Rag & Bone
Trousers / Chloé
Boots / Maison Martin Margiela
Bracelets / Links of London
Rings / Chrome Hearts
Throw / Marwood
Opposite
Shirt / Rag & Bone
Ring / Chrome Hearts

Jacket / Christophe Lemaire  Trousers & belt / Barbara Casasola Scarf / St. Piece Bracelet / Links of London Opposite Shirt / 3.1 Phillip Lim Trousers / Brioni  Shoes / Kenzo  Rings / Chrome Hearts

Jacket / Christophe Lemaire
Trousers & belt / Barbara Casasola
Scarf / St. Piece
Bracelet / Links of London
Opposite
Shirt / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Trousers / Brioni
Shoes / Kenzo
Rings / Chrome Hearts

Dave wears Shirt / Calvin Klein Collection Lena wears Jacket / 3.1 Phillip Lim Jacket underneath / Trussardi  Shirt / Tod’s

Dave wears
Shirt / Calvin Klein Collection
Lena wears
Jacket / 3.1 Phillip Lim
Jacket underneath / Trussardi
Shirt / Tod’s

Jacket / Aigle X Nigel Cabourn Opposite Blouse / Tod's

Jacket / Aigle X Nigel Cabourn
Opposite
Blouse / Tod’s

Dave wears Suit / Z Zegna Shirt / Umit Benan Shoes / Kenzo Rings / Chrome Hearts Lena wears Jacket & trousers / WUNDERKIND  Shirt / Rag & Bone Boots / Maison Martin Margiela  Bracelets / Links of London Rings / Chrome Hearts Opposite Jacket / Kenzo  Shirt / Brioni  Tie / Philipp Plein

Dave wears
Suit / Z Zegna
Shirt / Umit Benan Shoes / Kenzo
Rings / Chrome Hearts
Lena wears
Jacket & trousers / WUNDERKIND
Shirt / Rag & Bone
Boots / Maison Martin Margiela
Bracelets / Links of London
Rings / Chrome Hearts
Opposite
Jacket / Kenzo
Shirt / Brioni
Tie / Philipp Plein

Lena wears Jacket & skirt / Trussardi  Blouse / Tod’s Shoes / Marni Bracelet / Links of London  Rings / Chrome Hearts Dave wears Suit / Dolce & Gabbana Shoes / Sergio Rossi Rings / Chrome Hearts Opposite Coat / Maison Martin Margiela  Shirt / Rag & Bone Jeans / Zadig & Voltaire Bracelet / Links of London

Lena wears
Jacket & skirt / Trussardi
Blouse / Tod’s
Shoes / Marni
Bracelet / Links of London
Rings / Chrome Hearts
Dave wears
Suit / Dolce & Gabbana
Shoes / Sergio Rossi
Rings / Chrome Hearts
Opposite
Coat / Maison Martin Margiela
Shirt / Rag & Bone
Jeans / Zadig & Voltaire
Bracelet / Links of London

This Schön! 26 editorial has been produced by

Photography / Diego Indraccolo
Fashion Editor / Kay Korsh
Models / Lena Hamm @ Seeds Management & Dave Baby
Researcher / Stanislava Sihelska
Photography Assistants / Peter Zielevsky & Wilbert Lati
Styling Assistants / Sergio Cano Hernández & Nordica Lorencia Luckman
Location / Studio 74 London 

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deconstructed tailoring at paris fashion week http://schonmagazine.com/PFWSS15Day2/ http://schonmagazine.com/PFWSS15Day2/#respond Fri, 26 Sep 2014 16:08:41 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=21697 ]]> Christophe Lemaire / Photography Lucien Pages

Christophe Lemaire / Photography Lucien Pages

The second day of Paris Fashion Week uncovered unorthodox tailoring from Cedric Charlier’s sleeveless forms to Yang Li’s multi textile creations. Schön! also explored the asymmetric deconstruction of Aganovich, chic minimalism in Christophe Lemaire, vintage undertones in Guy Laroche, and a quiet touch to modernism in NEHERA.

Setting the boundaries very high this season, Christophe Lemaire gave us both architectural influenced construction and strong bold cuts. Lines started folding into pleats and a medley of different layers were sown on top of each other that shared resemblance to a Rothko painting. In contrast, blouses, cape-shirts and strapless dresses shaped from light crisp materials added an easy flowing nature to the garments. Chic and timeless, that is the recipe to Lemaire’s signature beauty!

Cédric Charlier / Photography Ger Ger

Cédric Charlier / Photography Ger Ger

It was a story of jacket tailoring and colour-blocked frills (as well as big-bows on the toes of shoes and metallic studs) that dominated the défilé of Cedric Charlier. Within the walls of the Espace Yves Youdic, wet-look haired models in relaxed satin pants worked unfinished elongated blazers; the threading power jackets in black, yellow and peach symbolising the beginnings of the tailoring process. Blazers went from un-hemmed, sleeveless forms hosting vicious stitching in stark blues and reds, to more refined and finished looks; the classic, two-button style in black translucent fabrics grew to represent the jacket in its complete form. Opting for shades of night-time black and apricot, the collection projected bird motifs – both raven and flamingo. But the crowning jewel (notably in emerald green) was Charlier’s asymmetric evening dress with side-panel pleating, flowing seamlessly into a knee-length fishtail at the back.

Femininity, freedom, and effortless silhouettes were the words that echoed throughout the Guy Laroche collection. Taking inspiration from Claire McCardell, we were presented with electrifying prints cut onto sporty dresses and evening gowns that were strapped tightly around the bust. Laroche merged the balance between male and female by utilising light silky fabrics as tuxedos and paired down with strapless bikini tops and overalls in a yellow and grey pattern. The execution of the show was as equally avant-garde as the clothing: complex in construction but simple to wear.

Yang Li / Photography Marco Madeira / Zeppelin

Yang Li / Photography Marco Madeira / Zeppelin

The Yang Li show started off with a deep echoing of Max Von Sidow, whose voice vibrated across the white washed halls. “You will listen to my voice; my voice will help you and guide you still deeper in Europa.” Shortly after a dramatic opening, romanticised shapes and symmetrical construction floated down the runway. The designer placed a multitude of fabrics onto bodycon dresses which where juxtaposed against bold statements scribed on mesh tops. Li’s collection was an impressive performance of beauty and fragility.

Aganovich / Photography Michele Montagne

Aganovich / Photography Michele Montagne

This year, the creative duo behind Aganovich took a more angelic and futuristic approach to design by creating origami-like structures affixed to white blouses while stretch fabrics extended around the body. Shaping has always played a vital importance to the designers’ work; this season they reinvented new ways to tailor their jackets (in navy black and a punchy red) and create shapes using obtuse angles and uneven volumes. The balance of textures varied throughout the designs and the genius of the show was the technique of draping.

Heading east across the continent, newcomer NEHERA presented a washed-out essentialism for women; stripping back statement pieces, such as the jacket, to their purest form. Inspiration flowed from supermodel Josie Borain and her white shirt-dress, through to the minimalism of German dancer, Pina Bausch. Headed by Creative Director Samuel Drira, the fashion house led its presentation with a black on black look in geisha-meets-samurai silhouette; the ancient Japanese mix modernised by elongating the torso, creating a wearable tied-at-the waist trench. After an opening of big coats in mustard gold and deep red, and relaxed suit pants in pastel blue, a colourless aesthetic dominated Dirra’s collection, coming boxy and light in bone-on-beige-on-white combinations. With an array of quilted linen, wrinkled cottons and washed poplin it was NEHERA’s collection that reinforced an appeal in being pared away from the chaos of things – a more quiet approach to style.

Words / Benjamin Fitzgerald, and Keanoush Zargham
Photography / Ger Ger

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Schön! 26 | Lucy Liu by Markus&Koala

As autumn hits our shores, our minds turn to the richer colours, sumptuous textures and delicious detailing of the new season. What better time to celebrate all things luxurious and the careful craftsmanship that goes into creating them? On our pages you’ll find the very best of the autumn collections showcased by the models of the moment and, of course, our cover star, Lucy Liu, shot by Markus&Koala

Fresh from the couture runways of Paris, Anastasia Ivanova, photographed by Nicolas Guérin, enchants in the most exquisite creations in transitory, while Maud Le Fort cuts a striking figure in Kristian Schuller’s future perfect. Hot List model Ava Smith gets even hotter in the sultry night moves, shot by Greg Swales

As usual, we head behind the scenes to discover the tremendous talent bringing luxury to our lives. In Paris, we speak to couturier Alexandre Vauthier and, beyond the runway, we look at fine jewellery, from up-and-coming brand Anfray & Anfray to the diamond experts at De Beers. Young fur designer Rachel Zeitlin shows us her latest creations and we talk to Porsche Design about its iconic Chronograph watch. We step into the lab at P&G Prestige to learn what it takes to create beautiful make-up for super brand Dolce & Gabbana.

In London, rock icon Skin talks us through her prolific career and, in New York, rising star Cory Michael Smith tells us about his role in one of this year’s most anticipated television shows, Gotham. Following Germany’s success on the pitch this summer, we bring Deutschland to you in the form of some of the country’s greatest talent: from ballet dancer turned supermodel Eveline Hall to legendary actress Hannelore Elsner, as well as the drama and elegance of German fashion in frau im mond.  

So sit back and luxuriate in our 26th issue. 
We hope you’ll agree that it’s sehr Schön!

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luminescence http://schonmagazine.com/luminescence/ http://schonmagazine.com/luminescence/#respond Sun, 24 Aug 2014 09:00:00 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=20614 ]]> Blazer, trousers & shoes / Kenzo  Shirt / Vivienne Westwood

Blazer, trousers & shoes / Kenzo
Shirt / Vivienne Westwood

Sandro Bäbler gets behind the lens for Schön!’s exclusive online editorial Luminescence. Dark and dynamic, model Tony Thornburg defies the laws of gravity dressed in layers of Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens and Givenchy. With a palette of charcoals, ebonies and raven black, stylist Brigitte Magareta Wilhelm lets texture and fabric speak volumes. From the matte leather of Christian Louboutin boots, to the leather sheen of an Alexander Wang suit – creative prints, sleek lines, and angular shapes exhibit a new form of masculinity.

Left Shirt & trousers / Christophe Lemaire  Coat / Marc Jacobs Gloves / A.P.C Right Poncho, sweater, hat & shoes / Yohji Yamamoto  Leggings / Porsche Design  Bracelet / Eddie Borgo

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Shirt & trousers / Christophe Lemaire
Coat / Marc Jacobs
Gloves / A.P.C
Right
Poncho, sweater, hat & shoes / Yohji Yamamoto
Leggings / Porsche Design
Bracelet / Eddie Borgo

Sakko & blazer / Issey Miyake Shoes / Christian Louboutin Hair Net / Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci

Sakko & blazer / Issey Miyake
Shoes / Christian Louboutin
Hair Net / Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci

Left Total look / Rick Owens Right

Left
Total look / Rick Owens
Right

Left Jacket & trousers / Damir Doma Cardigan / Ralph Lauren Shoes / Carven Right Sweater, trousers & coat / KRISVANASSChE  Shoes / Christian Louboutin  Socks / Falke

Left
Jacket & trousers / Damir Doma
Cardigan / Ralph Lauren
Shoes / Carven
Right
Sweater, trousers & coat / KRISVANASSCHE
Shoes / Christian Louboutin
Socks / Falke

Total look / Alexander Wang

Total look / Alexander Wang

Left Jacket, trousers & waistcoat / Maison Martin Margiela  Tie / Ralph Lauren Ring / Eddie Borgo Right Coat, Shirt & Trousers / Berlutti

Left
Jacket, trousers & waistcoat / Maison Martin Margiela
Tie / Ralph Lauren
Ring / Eddie Borgo
Right
Coat, Shirt & Trousers / Berlutti

 

This Schön! online editorial has been produced by

Photography / Sandro Bäbler 
Fashion Direction & Styling / Brigitte Margareta Wilhelm
Hair & Grooming / Suzana Santalab
Model / Anthony Thornburg
Photo Assistant / Lukas Linder
Styling Assistant / Victoria Steiner 

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persian twins http://schonmagazine.com/PersianTwins/ http://schonmagazine.com/PersianTwins/#respond Sat, 14 Jun 2014 08:17:08 +0000 http://schonmagazine.com/?p=18512 ]]> Coat & shoes / Paule Ka Necklace, earrings & ring / Dior Joaillerie

Coat & shoes / Paule Ka
Necklace, earrings & ring / Dior Joaillerie

In this Schön! online exclusive editorial, we travel east to explore bold prints and woven fabrics. Shot by Antoine Harinthe, and styled by Inés Fendri, this editorial showcases statement pieces by Dior and Sonia Rykiel, perfectly complimenting the chiselled beauty of models  Marta Bez and Sophia Nilsson.

Bra / Princesse Tam Tam

Bra / Princesse Tam Tam

Left Pump / Paule Ka Rings / Boucheron Right Marta wears T-shirt & skirt / Sonia Rykiel  Earrings & ring / Dior Joaillerie Sophie wears Top, dress & trousers / Fendi  Necklace, earrings & ring / Dior Joaillerie

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Pump / Paule Ka
Rings / Boucheron
Right
Marta wears T-shirt & skirt / Sonia Rykiel
Earrings & ring / Dior Joaillerie
Sophie wears Top, dress & trousers / Fendi
Necklace, earrings & ring / Dior Joaillerie

Left Top & skirt / Lacoste Right Coat / Rene Gloves / Maison Fabre Shoes / Giuseppe Zanotti Design

Left
Top & skirt / Lacoste
Right
Coat / Rene
Gloves / Maison Fabre
Shoes / Giuseppe Zanotti Design

Shirt / Christophe Lemaire

Shirt / Christophe Lemaire

Left Jumper & boots / Acne Studios Right Dress / Isabel Benenato

Left
Jumper & boots / Acne Studios
Right
Dress / Isabel Benenato

Dress / Christophe Lemaire Earrings, rings & necklace / Dior Joaillerie

Dress / Christophe Lemaire
Earrings, rings & necklace / Dior Joaillerie

Sandals / Azzedine Alaïa

Sandals / Azzedine Alaïa

Earrings, ring & necklace / Dior Joaillerie Earrings / Boucheron

Earrings, ring & necklace / Dior Joaillerie
Earrings / Boucheron

Earrings / Boucheron

Earrings / Boucheron

Boa / Sonia Rykiel

Boa / Sonia Rykiel

Bustier / Acné Skirt / Veronique Leroy Ring and bracelet / Dior Joaillerie

Bustier / Acne Studios
Skirt / Veronique Leroy
Ring and bracelet / Dior Joaillerie

Sophia wears Dress / Elie Saab Earrings, necklace & ring / Dior Joaillerie Marta wears Dress / Elie Saab Earrings, necklace and cuff / Dior Joaillerie

Left
Dress / Azzedine Alaïa
Rings / Boucheron
Right
Sophia wears
Dress / Elie Saab
Earrings, necklace & ring / Dior Joaillerie
Marta wears Dress / Elie Saab
Earrings, necklace and cuff / Dior Joaillerie

This Schön! online exclusive editorial was produced by

Photographer / Antoine Harinthe
Stylist / Inés Fendri
Make Up / Min Kim @ Airport Agency
Hair / Chiao Chenet @ Airport Agency
Models / Marta Bez and Sophia Nilsson @ Next Management
Digital & Photographer Assistant / Justine Romuald @ D-Factory

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Welcome to the 20th issue of Schön! which celebrates the individuals and brands shaping our future. We talk to established labels such as Wunderkind and Longchamp – who show us what they have in store for the new season – billion dollar businesswoman Paris Hilton, and the hottest new design talent, from Iris Van Herpen to David Koma. From grass flip flops at Kusa to hand finished techniques at Ted Baker, innovation in fashion is all around us. Find it on our pages, modelled by the faces of the future: Tian Yi, Chrystal Copland, Baptiste Giabiconi and Francisco Lachowski.

Beyond fashion, we discover developments in fields as diverse as architecture and animation, music, technology and the media. We ask trend forecasters and psychics alike to look into their crystal balls. In The Innovators, we meet the individuals who are changing the way we will think and live. This is not the stuff of science fiction. This is the real future and the future is now. Turn the page for the shape of things to come…

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