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in this issue LUKE GRIMES BY MITCHELL NGUYEN MCCORMACK

What You Might Have Missed This Week: June 13 – 17, 2016

Things you might have overlooked because internet wouldn’t shut up about Taylor Swift’s dating news

 

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Kate Moss by Peter Lindbergh

 

Peter Lindbergh: A Retrospective

From September 10, 2016 to February 12, 2017, The Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam, the Netherlands will play host to a photo exhibition dedicated to the works of Peter Lindbergh. Entitled “A Different Vision on Fashion Photography,” the exhibition will feature previously unseen materials and more than 220 photographs of supermodels, celebrities and other notable personas.

 

 

Gosha Rubchinskiy & Raf Simons at Pitti Uomo

 

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Gosha Rubchinskiy’s SS17 collection

 

Russian streetwear designer Gosha Rubchinskiy showcased his spring/summer 2017 collection at Pitti Uomo. The ’90s-inspired collection features a collaboration with renowned labels like Fila and Kappa, while the unique design is a combination of post-Soviet and America styles.

Meanwhile, Raf Simons, who also showcased his spring/summer 2017 collection at the event, seemed to be inspired by New York, which may or may not be a hint to his possible new job as Calvin Klein‘s new creative director. The pieces in the collection features pictures by the late American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.

 

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Raf Simons’ SS17 collection

 

Grace Wales Bonner for the Win

 

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Grace Wales Bonner of Wales Bonner is the winner of the prestigious LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers. The British designer is known for her androgynous menswear with a design that is influenced by African style. As the winner, she has received a grant of 300.000 euros and a year-long mentorship from the LVMH group.
Gucci’s Past and Present

 

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Two rooms inside Gucci‘s museum in Florence have been dedicated to former creative director Tom Ford. Colored in cherry red, the rooms are filled with pieces and accessories chosen by Alessandro Michele as an homage to Ford.

At the same time, Gucci just announced that it will launch DIY services in the brand’s flagship in Montenapoleone street, Milan. Customers can now customize their own suits by choosing from a wide range of fabrics, buttons and embroideries.      

 

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