The October 2017 issue of the InCompany by Attire Club magazine is a celebration of creativity, style and innovation. This issue features new original photography, interviews with people making a living from their passions and a look at great things to get your inspiration buzzing.
In this issue, you can discover two Attire Club Style Notebooks: one on accessories and one of the rules of fashion, debating common fashion myths and whether they are true or not.
Interview-wise, we’re taking a look at the thoughts and lives of a series of both established and upcoming designers. Patrick de Padua, a designer originally from Liechtenstein who now lives in Portugal is covering this issue. Artem Shumov, an influential Russian designer also shares his thoughts on inspiration and his vision on fashion. And to keep it in the Slavic realm, we have also interviewed not one, but two designers from Serbia: Marko Marosiuk and Aleksandar Gavric, who have also been open to sharing their thoughts with us.
Designer Claus Tyler is talking about moving his runway show from Vienna to Paris and fashion innovator Dr. Carmen Hijosa discusses her fabric, Piñatex®, made from pineapples. And, speaking of Vienna, we are taking a look at this year’s Vienna Fashion Week, which took place in September.
In the culture and travel part, there’s a lot to discover: from a roundup of the most beautiful women in music videos to a selection of some of the oddest fashion trends of the past and a photographic portfolio of the pianists who made it to the finals of the Transylvanian International Piano Competition to a quick and sweet travel guide to Greece, we have it all covered.
We’re also taking a look at Elvira ‘t Hart’s drawn clothes, which even Lady Gaga wore and discover the coolest wig satire illustrations from the 1700s. And, of course, in pure Attire Club style, there are also some style guides that will help you make better sartorial choices.
This is the issue in a nutshell, but there is a lot more to discover in the 118 pages of the magazine.
Practical and sensitive, our magazine is once again searching the world to bring you just the best in fashion, arts and culture.
You can also order a beautiful print copy, which comes in high-quality paper and which is perfect to read on your travels or spare time. The timeless content also makes it a great addition to your coffee table, collection or library.
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