Aung Ye Lin for POSH Magazine - Myanmar
Photographed by Termsit Siriphanich
Styled by Telm Daneenart Burakasikorn
Makeup by Pop Thotsapol Wongbanchang
Hair by Techiy Prombuard
Editor in chief Austin Thein
Location Tenshino Bangkok Pullman Hotel, King Power Rangnam...
Sandara Park for POSH Magazine - Myanmar
Photographed by Termsit Siriphanich
Styled by Watcharachai Nune-ngam
Makeup by Shin Sung-Eun
Hair by Yoshi Pakin
Editor in chief Austin Thein
Location Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
Special thanks to Ying Chittima Vichaidit Natchari Mardrungsee...
For Autumn Winter ’18, Mulberry explores a very British notion - the attraction of opposites - knitting together references from different eras and distinct traditions to create something new. The result is an arresting cocktail, a melange of times and places that resonates with the here and now. The elements are well-known, but the mix is unexpected, redefining femininity with a bolder, more playful and glamorous touch. Mulberry’s muse combines all these elements, in her clothes and her attitude - she stands right on the edge of eccentricity.
“This collection is an exploration of a different facet of British style. We’ve looked at the aristocrat, and the rebel - this woman is both,” says Johnny Coca. “Impulsive, playful. It’s an unexpected...
From New York to London, Milan and Paris later this month, Fashion Week for the Spring/Summer 2019 season is currently in full swing. While it’s still early to conclude the overall runway trends for the coming year, there is, as always, a lot to be learnt just from looking at the show-goers who are flooding the streets of the world’s major fashion capitals.
Printed maxi dresses have been trending heavily this Spring/Summer, and it’s going to get even more popular in the season ahead. Belted ones are proving to be the most favoured choice for most: go for those with long bell sleeves for extra elegance, or ones that come with puffed shoulders for an 80s vibe. Don’t forget to cap off the look...
Whether you’re looking to add something new and sparkly to your wrist or buy a special gift for the lucky lady in your life, here are 5 reasons we’re head over heels for this dazzler.
1. It’s a timepiece with history.
The 1970s may not be considered a golden age for style, but the chic Limelight Gala first debuted in 1972. Resurrected by Piaget in 2013, the new edition dropped the original model’s white gold woven strap and replaced it with a satin strap. For the 2016 edition, Piaget have returned to metal to produce an elegant Milanese mesh bracelet made from 18K pink or white gold. A vintage design with contemporary updates—what’s not to love?
2. You can dress it up or...
Harkening a new and bold creative direction, the campaign was inspired by the simple yet hopeful concept of “getting ready”. Aldo aims to bring light to the moments of buildup that precede big and small life events, celebrating the magical energy born from anticipation. Aldo Mx., the brand’s sneaker sub-brand, is the featured footwear for the fall campaign and truly shines in this creative. To bring this concept to life, Aldo sought out world-class creative agency, Wednesday, alongside the brand’s Executive Creative Director, Douglas Bensadoun, Photographer, Josh Olins, Set Designer, Stefan Beckman and Stylist, Beth Fenton.
For the first campaign under this creative platform, the brand explored the conceptual “jumping out of a plane”, as a metaphor in getting ready for...
This season, New York Fashion Week went out with a bang that was a bit louder than usual: The always-on-time Marc Jacobs began his show nearly 90 minutes late, and the rumor mill quickly got to work weaving its juiciest explanations for the uncharacteristic delay.
One such piece of gossip — that Jacobs had held up his show intentionally so to spite NYFW's newly minted closer, Rihanna's Savage x Fenty — was as pervasive as it was scandalous. Jacobs's runway presentations are guaranteed theatrics, but this rumble was a new kind of drama. While the collection was, rightfully, critically acclaimed, the backlash from some very well-spoken showgoers remained fiery. Late on Thursday night, however, Jacobs came forward to apologize via a lengthy Instagram caption that, while thoughtful, didn't explain why the...
H&M Studio releases its A/W18 menswear collection, entitled “Athletic Prep”, and inspired by Ivy League collegiate style. Traditional menswear classics and preppy staples are subject to a series of slick contemporary and rebellious punk revisions.
Authentic retro duffel coats, cropped tartan puffer jackets, and corduroy-collared, recycled-wool western jackets define the outerwear mood. Chunky cord slacks in a crisp navy cut make a neat pairing with the varsity letter pullover, as well as the campus sweater featuring an authentic Harvard University shield emblem. A chunky wool argyle beanie comprises the finishing touch.
“For this autumn collection, we wanted to combine the signature H&M Studio Men sportswear-oriented mentality with a traditional preppy aesthetic to offer a roster of authentic menswear classics, in premium fabrics, that...
H&M Studio releases its A/W18 womenswear collection, entitled “Neo Noir Chic”, and inspired by the original cult 90’s series Twin Peaks. The dream logic aesthetic is writ large over a collection of ladylike statement pieces and borrowed-from-the-boys wardrobe classics.
Fifties movie icons, with their era-defining looks, provide further nostalgic stimulus, yielding precise, sculpting wool dresses and nipped-in coated cotton trench coats as well as indigo precision denim jackets, sturdy turn-up jeans and a grunge-infused viscose-silk suit. Cosy, hairy cropped knits and elegant neck-tie blouses are equally key pieces.
“With H&M Studio, we love the play between the feminine and masculine and this year we added a 50’s twist – there are ultra-feminine options combined with mannish details and super-classic pieces that invite you...
Giorgio Armani is pleased to announce Emporio Armani Boarding, a major show event to be held on 20th September 2018 in the hangar of the Milano Linate Airport. For the first time, the airport will host a fashion show, turning into an unexpected backdrop to the Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2019 Men’s and Women’s collections. Exceptionally, the two collections will be shown together this season. The fashion show will culminate with the performance of an international pop star.
Giorgio Armani says, ‘Airports are places full of symbolism. They suggest unbounded openness to the world outside. You take off to discover and learn, or come back after experiencing countless adventures. I liked the idea of staging this event in the same hangar which...