The main inspiration for the new issue became romantic comedy-drama film “Lost In Translation” by Sofia Coppola. Bill Murray as an aging actor Bob Harris, befriends college graduate Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) in a Tokyo hotel. Each day, Bob and Charlotte encounter each other, and finally meet at the bar one night when neither can sleep. Aesthetics of the Japanese hotels and its quietness is the main idea of the shoot. The attitude of the issue is recreation of the feeling when you can completely get lost in cold and minimalistic design. We have collected some of the most exciting looks from the AW collections. It’s all about Materiel, Maison Esve, Nino Babukhadia, Nina Zarqua, ESHVI x Nino Eliava, Natia Khutsishvili X Djaba Diasamidze, these are the brands that will help you to create the most strong looks to get lost with chic.
Tamuna Tsiklauri is one of those women who always from childhood knew that they will be perfect mother and wife. Of course as every modern woman she combines this with her career. From early ages she enjoyed buying Vogue and some other fashion magazines and tried to be tuned. This has helped her to launch her own clothing brand Simplify with her friend, Keti Meskhi. The work is in progress and they are planning to officially launch the brand in September. She successfully combines classical pieces with trendy elements. She believes that in 50-60's women wore stronger garments and super feminine costumes at the same time. She likes combining classical pieces with trendy elements. According to Tamuna it’s crucial to adjust the trend to the personality.
MORE is LOVE team had a chance to spend one day with Tamuna Tsiklauri in Holiday Inn!
London-based womenswear label ISA ARFEN was founded in late 2011 by Serafina Sama. Growing up in Ravenna, Italy, Serafina was surrounded by strong female figures whose individual, eccentric and irreverent styles are reflected in the ISA ARFEN design aesthetic. Her collections combines a strong sense of tradition with a modern, eclectic attitude. Drawing on the canons of Italian style with equal doses of pride and irony, the label is relaxed, feminine and fun, shot through with a touch of aristocratic sensibility.