I really love the work of Kelia Anne MacCluskey, an American photographer who makes daily events look romantic and sometimes even dream worthy. By using pale colors and portraits of young people MacCluskey portrays a naive and almost innocent perception of the world. For more sweet stuff, check out her VSCO page.
Paulo Brandao Melo made an interesting editorial spread for Stories Collective, an online fashion platform. He combined his talents for art directing and graphic design to create these images that showcases how the two disciplines work perfectly together.
Seriously digging the Undercurrent collection by recent graduate Jillian Boustred. With a background in painting, she created different garments that are more like art pieces. Undercurrent stems from the exploration of contemporary abstract artists such as Dale Frank and Cy Twombly. By keeping the garments simple, structured and oversized, she was able to experiment with colour and texture.
Totally loving the new collection for SS/15 of the french label Coperni Femme. Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant met at Mod'Art International Fashion School in Paris and have been creating together ever since. Meyer does all the creative work while Vaillant is responsible for the business side of the brand. The three key elements of the collection are 'architecture, cut and minimalism'. "We like the idea that some clothes look simple at a first glance but you actually need more time to understand the way it's made. Even if some pieces seem easy, there is a lot of importance in the details". Yes, please!