• March 2017 Wallpaper

    The Wallpaper biannual Style Special issue, explores the intersection of fashion with art, architecture and more. This sartorially sizzling issue includes a round-up of fashion and design trends, shot at Uphill House, a larch-clad residence in north London, by Robert Dye Architects. They check out the interdisciplinary forays of three footwear brands – Pierre Hardy, whose new Atelier collection references radical 1970s Italian designers Studio Alchimia; Fratelli Rossetti, which has been showcasing local artisans such as weavers Impagliando at its Milan flagship; and Santoni, which has worked the distinctive upholsteries of Venetian textile purveyor Rubelli into its sculptural shoes. Also see the preview of a show at the Hepworth Wakefield, which pairs modern British art with fashion and photography, curated by Jonathan Anderson. Finally, ahead of his show at London’s Victoria Miro gallery, they joined with Korean artist Do Ho Suh for a unique collaboration, bringing models into his spectral fabric sculptures for a memorable fashion shoot.

     


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