JEAN CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

The Jean Charles de Castelbajac Issue V. Vol. 3

With Malcom McLaren, Ai Canon & his best friends, from Lady Gaga to Daft Punk...

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Vol.3

JEAN CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

Vol.3

HG Issue is extremely honored to dedicate its new thematic issue to one of the greatest fashion designers of all times, Jean Charles de Castelbajac. Mr. de Castelbajac is a true fashion legend and one of the pioneers in blending fashion and art, having collaborated among others with Daft Punk, Malcom McLaren, Andy Warhol or Lady Gaga.


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Women Fashion Power exhibition at the Design Museum of London

A new exhibition at the Design Museum of London explores the way women have used fashion in order to express themselves and define their role in an ever changing socio-political, cultural and economic reality. Titled “Women Fashion Power”, the exhibition spans over 6,500 square feet, covering women’s fashion evolution over the last 150 years. Co-curated by fashion historian and journalist Colin McDowell and Donna Loveday, head of curatorial at the Design Museum, and designed by Zaha H…

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Chloé collaborates with Studio Voltaire for a limited edition capsule collection

French luxury house Chloé has teamed up with London-based arts organization Studio Voltaire, sponsoring its biannual charity pop-up store “House of Voltaire” in order to contribute to its mission of …

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Pierre Cardin’s new “Past-Present-Future” museum in Paris

Pierre Cardin, the 92-year couturier who is famous for his futuristic forms and avant-garde designs, recently inaugurated his new “Past-Present-Future” museum at Le Marais district in Paris. Spanning…

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Opening Ceremony teams up with artist Jonathan Horowitz for a unisex capsule collection

Opening Ceremony has collaborated with artist Jonathan Horowitz for a limited edition capsule collection that pays tribute to the creative possibilities of dots. After all, from Yayoi Kusama to Roy L…

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“Tape Paris” installation by COS and Numen/For Use at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Swedish brand COS teamed up with Berlin-based art collective Numen/For Use for an interactive installation at the Palais de Tokyo, made entirely of 44km of clear plastic tape. The installation, title…