A festival is nothing if people don’t attend, therefore, it is a truly group effort. Much of the work showcased this season at the San Francisco International Film Festival is inspired by the idea of group formation.
Fashion is a dream factory, the empire of the ephemeral, the ‘magical’ system which produces icons and operates with symbols and messages that have certain meanings. The same can be said about the cinematic experience at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
'Off With Her Head: Queens Anne Boleyn, Mary Stuart, and Marie Antoinette' tells the story of each queen that had lost her head for living as a woman of power and will, a woman envied, feared, hated, and adored.
MUNSOO KWON services a precious niche of discerning post-globalized urban dwellers. His delightfully wearable garments for the Spring/Summer 2015 organically fit any contemporary cityscape like the Seoul-traversing river which inspired the collection.
Initiated in Paris, this is a first international and improvised performance piece in an ongoing Olivier Saillard - Tilda Swinton project wherein they co-re-create various clothing narratives.
Ireland’s hottest music export in years - Hozier - belts out his Take Me to Church radio-anthem as the incomparable Sergei Polunin commands the entire space of a sun soaked sacred site under construction.
A fashion forward film directed by Matilda Finn and produced and styled by Riya Hollings extends the Submerse's album 'Slowwaves' (Project Mooncircle) into the visual domain.
Since 2005, this showcase, initiated by Lulu Kennedy and underwritten by TOPMAN, serves as a launchpad for menswear talent. Each season three designers share a catwalk and vie for spotlight. This year Nicomede Talavera, Liam Hodges and Rory Parnell-Mooney caught our attention, as well as attention of the jury inclusive of top editors from GQ Style, Vogue Hommes Japan, AnOtherMan, Style.com and others.
Since the 1970s Margaret Howell has borne witness to a plethora of trends, fads and where-are-they-nows generously generated by the British fashion industry. Meanwhile she remained resolute in her commitment to all things reasonable: white shirts, pants with a pleat, argyle sweaters.
Agi Mdumulla and Sam Cotton, who are living their own version of a fashion fairy-tale collecting emerging talent accolades left and right, deliver a real fun-fest of a collection.
Astrid Andersen is a watershed phenomenon in urban menswear. Fusing American influence staples like hip-hop and basketball with Japanese samurai and yakuza references creates a particularly strong look as alluring as it is ominous.
DEPESHA Vol. 9, coming Sping 2015, will attempt to deconstruct the modern superhero, and, with it, the superhuman. In pursuit of this question, we will follow a perhaps surprising itinerary, one which leads back to the defining eras of fashion and art masterworks as well as take a look at the imminent future when superhuman emerges.
For the 5th consecutive year, The Bolshoi Ballet returns to cinemas with 7 ballets including 4 live satellite broadcasts from Moscow and 3 recorded shows. Once again, audiences across the globe will be able to enjoy these outstanding performances with the Bolshoi principals, soloists and corps de ballet, in cinemas only.
From the Prussian cavalry parades to the trenches of the World Wars to today’s hottest runways, the overcoat reigns supreme in the brutal menswear battle for style.
A strong black and white editorial by the photographer by Francesco Barion showcases leading modeling talent from Milan as powerful, modern young women.