Thursday, 28 January 2010


Yes, it's Christian Louboutin, yes they are gorge, yes they are for $2.830...if you really want them they are available at

Balmain Blue Line

Roumor has it that Balmain are planning to launch a diffussion line named Balmain Blue Label. It would be propably ready for AW10 and prices would come in at 40% -50% of the mainline. We keep our fingers crossed!!!

Thursday, 21 January 2010

Prada "First Spring"

You are one of the best fashion houses in the history of fashion, you have access to every creator/artist you pick and you have a fat budget, ...the result is First Spring a short film for the upcoming Sping/Summer 2010 Menswear collection directed by Chinese artist Yang Fudong!!! Another amazing work wearing the Prada label!!!

Monday, 18 January 2010

"A body is an index of passing time..."

Ariana Page Russell is a young American photographer and artist who suffers from dermatographia, a skin disorder, in which the skin becomes raised and inflamed when stroked or rubbed with a dull object. She uses her skin condition to create designs and patterns on her body which she later photographs. Check more at

Ari Macropoulos

Ari Macropoulos is an American photographer and film maker.  Born in Amsterdam in 1957, Macropoulos started his career as Andy Warhol's assistant, joining the East Village art scene in early 80's. He befriended Jean-Michel Basquiat and has even photographed him. Macropoulos is known for photographing people leaving on the edge, in their natural environment. He has worked with sub-culture groups such as snowboarders, skateboarders and hip-hoppers following their everyday life and capturing unique instants.
In 2009 he directed "Claremont", a film for fashion designer Adam Kimmel, where skateboarders ride down mount Claremont wearing Adam Kimmel suits.

Adam Kimmel presents: Claremont HD from adam kimmel on Vimeo.

His work  can be seen on numerous publications and has callaborated with magazines such as New York Times Magazine, Vogue Italia, Teen Vogue, Dazed and Confused, Arena Homme Plus, Interview and Blind Spot, as well as with the most major snowboarding magazines such as Transworld Snowboarding and Snowboarder. He is currently represented by AFG Management in New York. 

Saturday, 16 January 2010

Boutique Kitsune Tokyo

The second Kitsune Pop Up Store is hosted at Montoak shop in Tokyo,  on one of Tokyo’s most famous avenues, Omotesando Dori in Harajuku area, from 11th February until 7th March 2010. For more information visit

dirty dirty dancing

We love!!! Photographer Alistair Allan follows the club scene in London, Paris and NY capturing the coolest kids with the best style!!! check at

Kimberly Ovitz

Anna Wintour praised her latest collection!!! We love the killer heels for SS 2010...check her work at

Friday, 15 January 2010

Nike Dunk High Premium DJ AM QS

Dying to get the new Nike Dunk High Premium DJ AM  (R.I.P.) QS...visit ...they are lauching January 15th!!!

Thursday, 14 January 2010

Feeling Vintage dress up fiesta...

Feeling Vintage is throwing on Sunday, 17th of January 2009 a vintage dress up fiesta with art pop music from Photoharrie @ six D.O.G.S . For more information visit .

Comme des Garcons shirts pour femme...

Comme des Garcons has launched shirts for women...shirts up then ladies...available at

Working in Greece in fashion...

Working in Greece in fashion, is something of an oxymoron itself. No that we lack of talent, yet there are other factors that make it an oxymoron. First the market is quite limited. Then you have the greek way of doing things, which cannot compete outside greek borders…whoever tried to do it like that flopped! The most important, in my opinion, though, is that we don’t use our strengths and accept our weaknesses. Usually we try to copy something happening in other countries and continents which might be totally irrelevant with the current situation, status of Greece. In other words we lack of identity… Trying to copy will just bring fast profit for a short period!!! Of course there are few exceptions…Greek designer George Eleftheriades is the proof of having a strong identity and avoiding the mainstream route of getting your name known can give a long term and successful career. There are also quite few young greek designers who have worked and managed to export successfully.

Fashion as an industry is not a rose garden…you have to have a tough stomach, strong will and above all believe in yourself. If you have all that, then you should evolve continuously. You have to be current, but you should be fast forward at the same time. Unfortunately, if your country of choice is Greece your task becomes even harder, as the routes of expression are more like lanes and there are quite few things happening…you have to find your own way…that’s quite a challenge…on the other hand you can always leave the country…

What we should focus on is us…take a minute to see what is going on around us…which is the situation politically, socially, culturally in our country, embrace it and inspire from it…create an identity!