The monochrome palette—white, black, and rust predominated—was a Sander signature, to which a print inspired by the work of artist Raymond Hains added some necessary visual zap. But given that this was the last time at the rodeo for the team before they welcome yet another creative director into the fold, they did a pretty good job of upholding the core values of the brand. They have kindly set the stage for a seamless transition.
With style director Kim Jones at the helm, Louis Vuitton presents a look at its Fall collection via a new video lookbook. The brand opted to showcase the range in a dramatic, misty landscape, highlighting the strong, enduring qualities of its luxury apparel. Here we find pieces such as a two-tone leather bomber, classic black trench coat, and bold striped cashmere sweaters cast beside the brand’s penchant suiting. Take a look at the the Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 collection above, which is available now on the brand’s website.
The valley girls of Haim have been sisters their whole lives, duh, but they’ve also been a band for a while—seven years. To celebrate that landmark, they dropped a new version of Days Are Gone album cut “My Song 5″ on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 program. This one features a guest appearance from Darold Ferguson, Jr. better known as Harlem rapper A$AP Ferg.