Art Basel Miami may be gone for the year in a haze of indulgent fetes, but the art and fashion worlds continue to collide. Fashion provocateurs Bernhard Willhelm and Jutta Kraus’ exhibit at the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands opened on Saturday to celebrate their 10th anniversary working together. Along with their designs, which often [...]
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A stylish, in-the-know crowd filled the Espace de Commines on a sunlit afternoon for the German-born, Antwerp alum Bernhard Willhelm’s Fall/Winter 2009 show. The show started with an auctioneer at the block blasting over the speakers, but the references were vague. Perhaps it was corporatism, or was it our perpetual financial worries?
How else do you accessorize the Little Black Dress that has been in mags everywhere? (We understand it’s a recession, but could it get any more ubiquitous?) With crazy tights of course. When patterned leggings first started cropping up on the young avant-garde, it was part of the print mishmash that has come to brand [...]
There was a new tribalism afoot (and aface) in a cold garage on Rue de Turenne where the German-born, Antwerp-educated designer, Bernhard Willhelm presented his Spring collection. Over the past years, Willhelm has been building a name on colorful geometric prints, outlandish men’s tights influenced by wrestling wear and a sense of humor in the [...]