With a Gap factory in Harlem and the history of Cristobal Balenciaga who used to love visiting Harlem in the 1940s, we thought this deal with Kanye was worth posting.
We love this timeless photograph taken by luxury fashion designer Cristobal Balenciaga of a Harlem square-jawed man in pure Harlem style.
Last season, Demna Gvasalia displayed his Fall 2020 Balenciaga collection on models marching through murky waters in a post-apocalyptic themed show.
First, in 2016, Harlem World Magazine found a photograph taken by Cristobol Balenciaga finding inspiration in Harlem from the 1940’s, then, in May 2017, Balenciaga had copied some of the jacket designs of Harlem man Dapper Dan.
Fashion designer Balenciaga was been appropriating fashion ideas from Harlem since the 1940;s. Today Fader reported that shortly after Gucci was accused of ripping off Dapper Dan‘s one of a kind piece (“it was an homage“), Swizz Beatz (Alicia Keys husband) took to Instagram to point out another uncanny similarity between a major design house’s runway…
Cristobol Balenciaga came to Harlem for inspiration in the 1940’s, so it only makes sense that Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele would look for inspiration from Harlem too.
Cristobol Balenciaga as always loved and been inspired by Harlem since his first visit in the 1940’s and now with their new Cruise 2017 Balenciaga gear.
Last year we found a rare picture taken by Cristobol Balenciaga visiting Harlem for ideas in the 1940’s, when we saw this minimalist shape, with a contemporary combination of crafted calfskin leather and cotton canvas it spoke to the timelessness of Harlem style.
Since Cristobol Balenciaga visited Harlem in the 1940’s we better understand how the brand has been inspired by Harlem’s style, its history and its savoir faire.
With designs from some of the most legendary labels in fashion, this collection of runway-ready bags is infused with the inimitable spirits of names like Balenciaga, Céline and others.
The 1950s were much cooler than you think writes The Guardian, we think when Balenciaga was in Harlem in the 1940s he proved that point.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced the appointments and reappointments of 24 commissioners to the New York City Commission on Gender Equity (CGE).
In her honor, Kering and the Cannes Film Festival were pleased to welcome Isabelle Huppert, Vincent Lindon, Valeria Golino, Paolo Sorrentino, Audrey Diwan, Lola Quivoron and Raymond Depardon on the occasion of the official dinner of the 8th edition of Women In Motion.
Cristobal Balenciaga’s visits to Harlem in the 1940s speak to Harlem and Couture, that’s why we’re excited about Fovari’s debut of the brand’s first Haute Couture Collection.
The Vision Community Foundation held its 9th Annual Black-Tie Gala at The Biltmore Ballrooms, hosted by iconic actress Vivica A. Fox and actor and TV Personality Miss Lawrence.