Luiza Villar

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ANTIPODIUM

In Plaid on 07/27/2010 at 7:59 PM

The London based brand Antipodium creates fashion for the fiercely individualistic, effortlessly cool and unapologetically confident crowd. Whoever that is. Antipodium’s Aussie creative director, Geoffrey J. Finch, has reflected his pop culture inspired surroundings, rural childhood and effervescent artistic neighborhood of Shoreditch into his creations. Antipodium is not only known for having on-point party wear and much needed basics with a twist but mostly for its playful use of Australian iconography and catchy garment names. Finch is infamous for his  ‘No Romance’ parties, but his A/W 10 “Brides of Christ” Collection with sheer fabrics, asymmetry and velvet bodysuits has managed to overcome it. Amen.

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Mixed Tapes: Behavior

In Mixed Tapes on 07/16/2010 at 4:20 PM

Behavior’s music is not only a faint secondary image produced by a fault in an optical system or internal reflection in a mirror or camera. It is a compound of bewildering layers of amplified murmurs, ghostly synths, stringed shades and chamberous drums. The native New Yorkers Bryce Hackford, Ian Campbell and L.A transplant Khira Jordan are the culprits behind the slow pop that will leave listeners in a state of stunned confusion and bewilderment.
Dazed and Confused yet?

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SHABD SIMON-ALEXANDER

In Plaid on 07/10/2010 at 10:54 PM

Shabd Simon-Alexander’s line is a system of millions or billions of stars, together with fashion and edge, held together by gravitational attraction. The young Williamsburg designer translates her obsession with outer space and psychedelic prints into her tie-dye centric collections. Leggings, bodysuits, scarves and totes that could only blend in on a seventies inspired psychedelic wallpapered room. The craftsmanship of the line is utterly obvious in her attention to fabrics and compositions. Each piece is unique and varied in color and dye pattern, which are inspired by Hubble telescope photos of worlds being born and stars dying. Let’s talk about spaceships?

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