• Haider Ackermann

Haider Ackermann

The autumn/winter 2015 collection from Haider Ackermann is now at Storm. The Colombian designer has through his career been the master of juxtaposition both in terms of materials as well as silhouettes. He skillfully combines a classic piece such as a hoodie with luxurious materials and intricate detailing which sets his collections apart. The A/W 2015 collection offers a variety of just that. An example would be oversized sweatshirts and hoodies with a street wear silhouette featuring lush velvet detailing, giving the overall look a luxurious and original feel and look. 

A few years back, Rasmus Storm interviewed Haider Ackermann for VS Magazine, giving us an exclusive insight to the designer and his many sources of inspiration. 

RS: Tell me about your background and how you became a fashion designer? HA: Okay, well are you ready for it...? How long time have you got? [laughs] No, the story is, I was born in Columbia in South America in ’71 by French parents who travelled a lot, so we ended up in Africa in different countries like Ethiopia, Chad and Algeria. Then, when I was twelve, we moved to Holland and eventually I went to Antwerp to study fashion design before finally coming here to Paris. RS: Am I right, when I say, that we can see some inspiration in your clothing from all your travelling? From Africa in particular? Last time I saw you, you wore a big scarf that looked very African… HA: Yes, that’s true. I lived there till I was twelve, so all those memories that I have, and that I like, are very vague but still very present. They keep coming back to me and influencing me. Africa is definitely a very big inspiration for me, it is such a rich country, culturally. You see all these very long and thin women with big hair and big heads... – it’s so beautiful when you are a young boy, you just can’t help getting blown away by this beauty. RS: Do you have a special woman in mind when designing your clothes? HA: No, I don’t like to define it like this because that would mean I am not open to anything else. People often ask me if I have a muse, but I always tell them no. I might be attracted to a certain kind of woman, a woman who is very discrete and doesn’t like to be in the middle of all the attention - this is the woman I would dream of seeing in a bar sitting at the corner – but I don’t want to design for her only. It would mean excluding all others.  

The collection is available HERE

  • AMI

AMI

AMI derives its name from the initials and the last letter of its founder and artistic director, Alexandre Mattiussi. Founded in 2011 in Paris, AMI offers a variety of wardobe staples with classic silhouettes featuring references to the brand's French roots in their collections. The A/W 2015 collection from the French brand gives their take on classic merino wool and mohair knits as well as winter coats and also adds a more playful touch to a classic sweatshirt by adding the brand's logo in blue, white and red - a reference to the French flag. AMI offers well-tailored and constructed everyday classics. Have a closer look at the collection HERE

  • MK6 Launch 
with Patrick Mohr

MK6 Launch with Patrick Mohr

German basketball brand K1X and designer Patrick Mohr reprise their successful collaboration once more with the release of the all new K1X Patrick Mohr MK6 sneaker. Taking inspiration from contemporary military uniforms, the basketball/fashion hybrid 6th instalment features the classic monochromatic colorway scheme: army green. 

Today at 6pm we are launching the sneaker in-store & online. Patrick Mohr will be at Storm at 6pm for the launch - come by for a chance to meet the designer!

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