One of our Galore loves, Sistine Stallone, was featured in an incredible editorial in our latest issue that included designs from Zana Bayne, NOE Undergarments, and Skingraft. Her dad, Sly himself, even made a cameo in a few shots and we can see where Sistine get’s her amazing presence on camera. Check out the photos below!
Mlle Mademoiselle dress, Skingraft hat, Oscar Tiye shoes, Luv AJ necklace and rings
Zana Bayne bra top and belt, LASSKAA shorts, Velvet Sphynx bikini bottoms, Isabel Marant sneaker wedges, Elisabeth Weinstock boxing gloves, Luv AJ earrings, Claudio Cutuli scarf
Zana Bayne dress, Oscar Tiye shoes, Fangophilia face piece and fingertips
Zana Bayne top and belt, handmade custom skirt, Gianmarco Lorenzi shoes
NOE undergarments body suit, Skingraft skirt, Oscar Tiye shoes, Luv AJ earrings and ear cuffs, Fangophillia fingertips, Mylo Jewelry bangles
Skingraft hat and leather pants, ASSK PARIS puffer jacket, Gianmarco Lorenzi shoes, Luv AJ rings, Fangophillia fingertips, Svelte Metals cuffs, NOE Undergarments bra
Kristina Sutton is a former fashion model from Siberia, and now she’s moved onto another realm of fashion world – designing her new fashion label, Lakris. At age 15, Kristina was discovered by the modeling agency, IMG, and she proceeded to travel around the globe for her modeling work. Prior to that, the model grew
Savage x Fenty model and photographer, Gabbriette Bechtel, has officially collabed with clothing brand, Junk Food, for the perfect collection of funky basics. Trust us, you can rock these tees forever. The Junk Food team celebrated the launch of Gabbriette’s capsule collection with launch with a party and photo show at Tees + Jeans in Los Angeles.
Ever wonder what it’s like being a design director? I feel like we have a pretty set stereotypical idea of what a designer does, as well as what a director does, but design direction is an entirely different, incredibly interesting ballpark. Erin Meehan of AGOLDE is here to set the record straight. The fashion mogul
It’s sometimes unwise to buy into the phrase, “out with the old, in with the new”. Sure, it applies to a wide variety of situations, and is especially useful when dealing with boys. But when it comes to clothing, such is not the case. The idea that you (the royal ‘you’, not just you specifically, but