Going nuts right under the roof
Daiane Conterato @ Supreme (NY)
Sounds like our short trip to our favorite bookstore turned out to be one of the best in months. First Lula and now Bon. Sensational contents from page one to the end of the book, silky smelly paper on the cover and a lot to read. Among the last features is a piece dedicated to Haider Ackermann and, funny fact, we were just talking about his show with one of our favorite Dutch mother agent. The looks and aesthetics on various catwalks. And naturally, Haider Ackermann came in mind as the designer who's got the most precise aesthetic. Faces and silhouettes to enhance the outfits the way it should always be. The whole article is a reader's delight from inspiration to... roots, from nightclubs toilets in Antwerp to his collections. Add Bon on your shopping-list and make sure to find a little hour to read. Precious.
To illustrate Hairder Ackermann's words and thoughts, Daiane Conterato was probably one of the best choice ever. Face and silhouette again. And vibe. Atmosphere. Darkness and grace, elegance from head to toe and an innate sense of making clothes her own. Bringing them to life while keeping the designer's vision alive. Daiane is ready for Milan (daring showcard, true to her beauty from every angle) and especially Paris (rocking showcard, true to her less obvious sides). After walking for no less than Anna Sui, Proenza Schouler, Marc Jacobs or Zac Posen... Daiane is jumping again from modern to timeless. A taste today with these black and white shots by Johan Sandberg, styled by Ellen af Geijerstam. PS: Loved the orginal title of the story Hi There, Haider! - easy listening does it better.