WHY WE LOVE FENTY PUMA BY RIHANNA

Rihanna is one of the main fashion icons of the new generations, so it’s no surprise that PUMA invited her as a creative director of the brand. The second collection was presented at Paris Fashion Week in September, last year. Special attention should be paid to the shoes that Rihanna creates in cooperation with PUMA: creepers and fur slippers were sold out in a few minutes after the release. In the new collection, these models were replaced by slippers with satin bows, high-heeled shoes and futuristic sneakers.

As a source of inspiration for the collection, Rihanna chose the 18th century with its characteristic corsets, rich lace, pearls and luxurious Chinese silk. As a result, voluminous sleeves, hoodies+corset mix were elements that you could find almost on every model. Also, we could not not pay attention to the loose trousers and overalls decorated in traditional Chinese motifs, representing images of plants and birds.

Nonconformist, rebel, sporty-chic are the words that best describe the FENTY PUMA BY RIHANNA collection. We definitely like it!

Linda Farrow gave up designers for digital influencers

Known for its collaborations with a large number of designers from Dries Van Noten, Kris Van Assche to eccentric, young labels like KTZ and Yazbukey, this time, the english label got to digital influencers.

4, if more precisely: Blogger Nicole Warne from Garry Pepper Girl, Chinese blogger& stylist Leaf Greener, the Dutch vlogger and Trussardi muse Negin Mirsalehi and the Russian Instagram celebrity and ex-model, Lena Perminova.

All four put their hand on creating their own pair of sunglasses, presented by themselves in the advertising campaign  shot by the Peruvian photographer, Mariano Vivanco.

“Our client is a fashionable, educated and creative person. We think that the heroines perfectly reflect all these qualities.” commented on the unusual collaboration the designer and Linda Farrow’s son.

So, Negin Mirsalehi created the retro style, octagonal glasses; Leaf Greener opted for the 70’s; Nicole Warn’s work was the cat-eye shaped glasses in a beautiful gold colour and Lena Perminova’s version implies a classical form, black colour and wooden details.

 

LFW: Natasha Zinko Presentation

Since our job is directly connected to fashion, we couldn’t miss fashion week, right?! Our first trip, first fashion week, first flight, first everything with MAKEOVER BURO, whoop whoop!

If it were up to us we would go to every fashion week, starting with New York and finishing with Paris, but someone has bunch of work to do at the office, obviously. Therefore, London Fashion Week was the best option for us: perfect timing and right connections.

 

 

From all the shows, NATASHA ZINKO‘s  was special for us. Wondering why? Well, one of our partners and dearest friends, BRANDON ARCHIBALD was the agency that made her first collection’s lookbook . No doubt this show was carrying a certain emotional charge for us. More than that, we had the chance to meet Natasha in person. Let us tell you something, this woman is truly beautiful. Inside and out. 

Speaking about the collection, it was a delightful 80s music and shapes mix. And the colours, oh the colours…powdery pink, yellow, blue, green…they all reminded us of the glorious 1980’s. These are some of our favourite pieces from the collection. Girly tops, ladylike silhouettes and funny shapes. This is what we call a fresh approach of 80’s in the 21st century.

Playful, funny, cheerful are the perfect words when describing this collection. Or, if in one word #girlsjustwannahavefun :))))

 

 

 

 

 

 

We couldn’t miss the chance to strike a pose, could we? That’s all for now, fellas, see you next time! More articles are coming on the blog, so, stay updated!

 

 

 

xoxo,

@MAKEOVERBURO TEAM.