Established in 2011 by Alexandra Michelle, Los Angeles based fashion label Objects Without Meaning focuses on offering clothing that emphasizes the wearer rather than the object.
Each collection is centered on the simplicity of its materials and the forms they take. The designer strives to create an honest, easy-to-wear line that carries no luggage...
The Fall/Winter 2015 collection has been recently shot by photographer and contributor of Oyster Magazine, Eddie Chacon. An ensemble of soft and subtle hues of olive, grey, brown and navy and small intimate details.
It feels like just yesterday that summer began, and suddenly some of us are hitting the books again, or sharing memories of our trips with co-workers. Around this time, we like to rearrange our furniture, clean out our wardrobe, and set new goals. Some of the things currently on our mind...
drink more water
stop killing our plants
take more photos
Below are some of our favorite UO things that are helping us throughout this, oh-so-hard transition. What kind of things are you doing to transition into Fall? Share your story with us! #UOhome #UOcampus #UOaroundyou
‘Hazy Skies and murky streets. A grey forest of dense ashy structures, dusty areas where things endlessly pass. History itself likewise slowly turns to ashes. Iron facades mounted on dark green grounds. Japanese style wood and brick walls, following the collapsing dark blue rust, and in the middle of all this, a burst of pure white light.’
Wisdom Apparel - Autumn/Winter 2015, Sons of The City
Photographer : Sih Wei Chen
Last Weekend was the 11th annual F*ck Yeah Fest in Los Angeles. In the middle of a heatwave, nearly 40,000 people gathered at L.A Memorial Sports Arena and Exposition Park to see Morrissey, Kanye, Purity Ring, Cold Cave and many more. We had such an awesome time catching our favorite babe Solange while sitting under a tree, chomping on fried snacks. We lost our minds at FKA Twigs, and met so many babes with rad style. What were some your favorite FYF moments or looks? Share them with us at @space15twenty #UOonyou #UOaroundyou
I've already introduced Stefanie Biggel in a previous post about a year ago.
For the Autumn/Winter 2015 collection Biggel drew her inspiration from the 90ies classic film KIDS from Larry Clark. Her collection reflects the lives of the teens, reflected on the choice of colours, prints and oversized silhouettes. A combination of feminine and masculine sensibilities, eccentric, nostalgic, irreverent and young.
Photographer : Amanda Camenisch
Maria Van Nguyen is a Norwegian designer residing in New York. She describes herself as a designer that appreciates the basics and essentials, and aims to create comfortable, wearable and easy clothing for everyday life.
This is her thesis collection shot by Christina Paik.
Home Wrecker, Verner’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection; a luxurious collection made with silk and velvet that is sets a sensual experience to the wearer and fulfills any winter wardrobe desire. The photos were shot by Mitchell McLennan for Oyster.
I don't need to introduce MM6, Maison Margiela's younger, cheaper brand that's been around for a long time.
The look of MM6 often centers on the clash of ideologies. For resort it was the opposite.
This collection seems to be going two ways, as you can see several pieces can be worn in different ways. There is a certain wink-y humor and playfulness to it.
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Anthony Brugneaux is one of my oldest and best friends, and french fashion designer who just recently graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. His graduation collection was inspired by 2001, A Space Odyssey by Kubrick and Farm a photography book by Jackie Nickerson.
He explains that his collection is a dialogue, reserved to each one of us, to what we like to call "elegance" and thus bringing us back to our wardrobe fundamentals.
Photography by Quentin Saunier
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