dOCUMENTA (13) Kassel, István Csákány: Ghost Keeping, 2012

Sent by Miklós Surányi.

Long long legs, short short shorts

  Ali Toth on the way to Giorgio Armani, Milan, 26th June.

Milan Menswear Fashion Week 2013 S/S

Jil Sander / Via Luca Beltrami 5.
 Costume National Homme / Via Tortona 58
 Dolce & Gabbana / Viale Piave 24
 Ermenegildo Zegna / Via Savona 56/A
 Burberry Prorsum / Corso Venezia 16.
 Vivienne Westwood / Via Melegari 3.
Daks / Via Mercanti 1.
Prada / Via Fogazzaro 36.
 Moncler Gamme Bleu / Via Tortona 58.
  Iceberg / Via Palermo 10.
 John Richmond / Via Melegari 3.
 Gucci / Piazza Oberdan 2/b.
 Etro / Via Piranessi 14.
 Canali / Via Savona 8.
 Umit Benan / Via Turati 34.
  Missoni / Via Procaccini 4.
 Dsquared2 / Via San Luca 3.
Giorgio Armani / Via Bergognone 59.
 Diesel Black Gold / Via Tortona 58.
 Ports 1961 / Via Stendhal 35.

The Room 15 - Cover shoot, backstage


The Room 15 - Cover shoot backstage video

Videographer: Balazs Mate
Photographer: Miklos Suranyi
Fashion Editor: Ali Toth & Aniko Virag
Make up: Bernadett Titkos
Hair: Tamas Tuzes at Hairclub using Bumble and bumble
Model: Benoni Loos at Success Paris
Photo Assistants: Balazs Mate, Gergo Gonczol, Levente Kadar
Stylist Assistants: Panka Bojtor, Dea Visy
Make up Assistant:Timea Vozak
Hair Assistant: Mark Karolyi at Hairclub
Video: Rita Madalina
Music: Thieves Like Us - Bleed Bleed Bleed
Location: Flashback Photo Studio

Vanessa Axente and Benoni Loos on the cover of The Room 15


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 miklós surányi vs. charlie engman
 emilio tini vs. jeff bark
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The Big Ukrainian Adventure

Our front section editor, Imola Kiss about the trip to Kiev: 

„András (business brain behind The Room) and me didn’t feel ready for spring in Budapest so we headed East to catch some more minuses instead. The real reason of course was that we were invited to Ukrainian Fashion Week in Kiev. Both of us were really curious as we didn’t know what to expect, and boy, was it a pleasant surprise! Everything from the venue to the organizing was great, not to mention their team, which was super dedicated, kind and helpful.
There were quite a number of collections we liked: it seemed that young designers not only have progressive vision and great ideas but they also master the cuts and know their materials. Many of them have an edgy,dark and minimal style with an attention to interesting details. Some favorites were Kamenskayakononova, Poustovit, Bevzan, Litovskaya, Bobkova – they’re seriously worth checking out. Elena Burenina proved to be the biggest punk of them all when she sent the last two models down the runway with the train of the dresses dipped in black and white paint which completely messed up the floor. You’ve got to pay the price of making an impact, I guess.
We didn’t only look at fashion shows though, we also wandered around the city with the small group of international guests. Kiev is full of beautiful old brick buildings and this place must be a world recorder when it comes to houses with the funniest mix&match of balconies.
We also tasted a variety of traditional Ukrainian food: Borscht, Deruny, Varenyky, salads, you name it. The only thing that I didn’t like was the cold wind – other than that, we met cool people, had great conversations, saw inspiring shows, so thanks again for the experience!”
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