TOTEM FASHION has the pleasure to represent Steven Tai in Paris and London and will be handling their international global communication. Vancouver-born Steven Tai’s unique blend of intellect and irony presents a refreshingly new take on the woman who stands confidently apart from the mainstream.
TOTEM FASHION has the pleasure to represent MaryMe-JimmyPaul in Paris and London and will be handling their international global communication.
MaryMe-JimmyPaul works with the area that exists between art and fashion. Taking inspiration from their own created stories, worlds, people and view on the current (and past) pop culture, they show fashion in a different way.
TOTEM FASHION has the pleasure to represent natargeorgiou in Paris and London and will be handling their international global communication. Their latest collection is called Velvet Chroma:
For their up and coming fall winter 2014-15 collection Demos Natar and Andreas Georgiou the designer duo behind the label natargeorgiou , a brand that is known for its signature hand woven materials decide to challenge them selves once again and take their trademark knit material to the next level, by combining it unexpectedly with embroidered laser cut lace and geometric prints .A collection inspired by the art of tapestry paintings and colorful elephant prints it is fully influenced by the dynamic power of the certain animal and it is reflected on the clothes shapes and seductive cuts.
Colors such as black ,orange and blue , blend exquisitely in contrast with the white. Layering is clearly visible in this collection and its executed by layering fabrics like neo print scuba laser cut lace, velvet tapestry and knitted lurex with geometric printed tulle. Striped velvet fabric mixed with clear silk organza gives velvet a whole new lighter appeal.
natargeorgiou constitute designs that aim to please the modern woman who is looking to satisfy her day to night cravings for elitism and one-of-a-kind designs.
TOTEM FASHION has the pleasure to represent Christina Economou in Paris and London for the international medias. Her collections reflect her own effortless and eclectic style, resulting in a line that is as cool and progressive as it is timeless and respectful.
The yearning for security and the allure of reclaimed luxury does not stand in contradiction to an individual yet elegant style. Aristo Bohemian expresses vivacious gracefulness, capturing the current fascination with strong female personalities. The new Autumn/Winter collection is inspired by the contemporary female spirit, while at the same time drawing more strongly than ever on haute couture. In terms of craftsmanship, I have taken traditional techniques and brought them into the present day. It was important to me to incorporate the clear signature of Allude with opulent plaits and braids, making full use of the structure and possibilities of cashmere. Each piece I have created is truly unique, yet they all follow a clear line and belong together. The collection features raw cashmere, intriguingly irregular surfaces created by hand-stitched details, fringes and hand-knitted elements. The muted colour palette comprises various shades of grey, black, white and brown, which beautifully emphasises the ornate structures. Each piece is a statement.
‘JOURNEY TO THE
CENTER OF THE EARTH’
FRAGILITY / ENDURANCE
TRENDS STUDY OF PANELS PLEATS IN TWO COLORS DUAL PLEATS SHINE PANELS STRATA ROUND SHOULDERS CAPED SHOULDERS SYMMETRICAL PLEATS SEQUENCES OF PANELS CREW NECKS TURTLE NECKS
MATERIALS WOOL WAFFLE LUREX YARN COATED LEATHER WOOL MIRROR LEATHER GOLD LEATHER IRIDESCENT FABRICS PONY-HAIR
COLORS BLACK PYRITE SOLAR GOLD GOLD OXIDES VOLCANIC RED OMBRE EFFECT
For Autumn Winter 2014 Manish Arora presents a candy tribe of sweet-toothed nomads and gummy bear gypsies. Oversize ice-cream prints and sugary landscapes adorn Peruvian circle skirts and drop-waisted ancient Chinese workers’ trousers, worn over lurex thermals and long-johns. Knife pleats come in floor length gypsy skirts and layered print dresses. A sporty youthfulness runs throughout the collection – specially created signature sneakers flash with each step thanks to built in LED lights, hooded puffa capes are printed in waterproof techno fabric, and sporty nylon backpacks double as babies slung on the back or swaddled in front. Miniature hot water bottles and hip flasks keep our nomadic wanderers warm on their travels. A colourful cast of characters makes up Arora’s roaming clan of saccharine heroines – futuristic galaxy girls, infatuated flower girls and candy-striped baby-mothers, boyish utility girls and space travelling tomboys, velvet-clad widows and optimistic brides. Arora’s characteristic embroidery manifests itself as cupcakes and donuts, ice-creams and lollipops, on striped knitted sweaters and tanks, sequin tops and capes, velvet skirts and dresses, and Laplandic pom-pom hats topped with multi-coloured fur cherries, hearts, moons, and gummy bears. Ethnic inspired gold jewellery crowns the head and decorates the hands in multi-chain pieces that are updated with the same colourful sweetie elements.
This collection explores the conditions and forms of the ethereal. Starting from the simple question of what it would feel like to wear a cloud, Maiko Takeda has created a series of sculptural head/body pieces that blur the boundaries of surrounding space for the wearer and seek to transcend the traditional expectations of headwear. (...)