French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus received a lot of attention from the fashion industry last year like getting a nomination for the LVMH Prize, a Lancôme collaboration and etc. He launched his first Pre-Fall 2015 collection called “Gris” (gray). Simon Porte Jacquemus conveyed futuristic elements from the Sixties fused together with the concept of a school uniform. The collection unveiled signature exaggerated designs paired with subdued pieces.
Diani Diaz Medina originally from Colombia studied fashion design at the Arturo Tejada Cano Fashion School. In 2009, she moved to England, where Diani Diaz received the Bachelor’s degree at Northbrook College (University of Brighton). She also interned at Hussein Chalayan as a Studio and Design Assistant. Her work is based on the experimental methods of cutting by applying minimal waste, subtraction cutting and minimal seam construction. Diani Diaz employes innovative materials, story-telling concepts and attention to details. Recently, Diani Diaz showed her MA collection “Desfase” at the London College in a Fashion Show, which featured a street-luxurious casualwear mixed with soft tailoring. The theme was inspired by the performance Fase: four movements on the music of Steve Reich, by choreographer and dancer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker. Diani Diaz juxtaposed together attention to details, innovative surfaces, methods and modern materials. The eyewear was created by Chiara Pavan Studio. The collection introduced innovative, fresh and sophisticated clothing for a modern woman.
Tom Ford introduced the same Cream Color for Eyes used on the runway in the Spring 2015 collection. Now, you can transform yourself into a glam goddess by applying the creamy shadow on your lids and lower lash lines. The Cream Color for the Eyes ($42) is available for purchase at Tom Ford website.