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  • BURBERRY| ‘THE MONOGRAM COLLECTION’.
AMPLITUD DE MIRAS.
| TIMELESS.

LA NUEVA COLECCIÓN CÁPSULA VIENE ENMARCADA CON EL NUEVO UNIVERSO MONOGRAM DE LA CASA BURBERRY, DUALIDAD ENTRE PATRIMONIO Y FUTURO, TRADICIÓN Y MODERNIDAD, IDENTIDAD Y ECLECTICISMO.
4 IDENTIDADES REVELADAS, ‘LA DAMA SOFISTICADA, EL CABALLERO ELEGANTE PERO TAMBIÉN LOS CHICOS Y CHICAS GUAIS’.
NUEVO SÍMBOLO DE LA FIRMA, NUEVO CÓDIGO CON LAS INICIALES ‘TB’ ENTRELAZADAS, HOMENAJE AL FUNDADOR THOMAS BURBERRY EN LOS TONOS BEIGE RECONOCIBLES Y ESTAMPADO CON MOTIVO A RAYAS Y MONOGRAM.
NUEVOS ICONOS EN CAMISETAS Y SUDADERAS, BUFANDAS Y SNEAKERS, RIÑONERAS, MOCHILAS Y EL BOLSO ‘TOTE’.
EL NUEVO EMBALAJE BURBERRY CON MATERIALES UPCYCLED UTILIZANDO RECURSOS NATURALES LIBRES DE PVC, CONCIENCIA Y RESPETO CON EL MEDIO AMBIENTE.
UNA CAMPAÑA EN LA QUE RICCARDO TISCI HA CONTADO CON LA PRESENCIA DE GIGI HADID, EL FOTÓGRAFO NICK KNIGHT, EL DISEÑADOR GRÁFICO PETER SAVILLE Y LA ESTILISTA KATY ENGLAND.
BURBERRY THE MONOGRAM, BUENAS IMPRESIONES.
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#timeless #timelesspain #moda #fashion #BURBERRY #THEMONOGRAMCOLLECTION #burberryxtimeless #RiccardoTisci #gigihadid #nickknight #katyengland #TBRT #THOMASBURBERRYMONOGRAM #petersaville @burberry @riccardotisci17 @nick_knight @petersavilleartwork @katy_england 
HAIR #garygill 
MAKEUP #isamayaffrench
  • BURBERRY| ‘THE MONOGRAM COLLECTION’.
    AMPLITUD DE MIRAS.
    | TIMELESS.

    LA NUEVA COLECCIÓN CÁPSULA VIENE ENMARCADA CON EL NUEVO UNIVERSO MONOGRAM DE LA CASA BURBERRY, DUALIDAD ENTRE PATRIMONIO Y FUTURO, TRADICIÓN Y MODERNIDAD, IDENTIDAD Y ECLECTICISMO.
    4 IDENTIDADES REVELADAS, ‘LA DAMA SOFISTICADA, EL CABALLERO ELEGANTE PERO TAMBIÉN LOS CHICOS Y CHICAS GUAIS’.
    NUEVO SÍMBOLO DE LA FIRMA, NUEVO CÓDIGO CON LAS INICIALES ‘TB’ ENTRELAZADAS, HOMENAJE AL FUNDADOR THOMAS BURBERRY EN LOS TONOS BEIGE RECONOCIBLES Y ESTAMPADO CON MOTIVO A RAYAS Y MONOGRAM.
    NUEVOS ICONOS EN CAMISETAS Y SUDADERAS, BUFANDAS Y SNEAKERS, RIÑONERAS, MOCHILAS Y EL BOLSO ‘TOTE’.
    EL NUEVO EMBALAJE BURBERRY CON MATERIALES UPCYCLED UTILIZANDO RECURSOS NATURALES LIBRES DE PVC, CONCIENCIA Y RESPETO CON EL MEDIO AMBIENTE.
    UNA CAMPAÑA EN LA QUE RICCARDO TISCI HA CONTADO CON LA PRESENCIA DE GIGI HADID, EL FOTÓGRAFO NICK KNIGHT, EL DISEÑADOR GRÁFICO PETER SAVILLE Y LA ESTILISTA KATY ENGLAND.
    BURBERRY THE MONOGRAM, BUENAS IMPRESIONES.
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    .
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    #timeless #timelesspain #moda #fashion #BURBERRY #THEMONOGRAMCOLLECTION #burberryxtimeless #RiccardoTisci #gigihadid #nickknight #katyengland #TBRT #THOMASBURBERRYMONOGRAM #petersaville @burberry @riccardotisci17 @nick_knight @petersavilleartwork @katy_england
    HAIR #garygill
    MAKEUP #isamayaffrench
  •  15  0  13 hours ago
  • Sara Grace in Maison Margiela Artisanal by John Galliano, photo by Nick Knight, V Magazine, Summer 2017 issue.
When Renzo Rosso acquired Maison Martin Margiela in 2002, it was described as a wedding of fashion’s Greta Garbo with Harpo Marx.
In 2014 he appointed John Galliano to take over the creative direction of Margiela, founded by an intensely secretive Belgian designer.
The appointment telegraphed Rosso’s daring approach to the fashion business and raised questions about how one of the industry’s great romantics might interpret a house built on avant-garde ideas like deconstruction.
“Margiela is ready for a new charismatic creative soul,” said Rosso. “John Galliano is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create and wish him to here find his new home.”
Galliano was sitting on the sidelines since being ousted from Christian Dior and his signature fashion house in 2011.
This appointment  represented something of an about-face for Margiela, whose Belgian founder was often described as the industry’s invisible man for his Greta Garbo-like ways. Following his retirement in 2009, the house left an anonymous team to carry on his legacy, steadfastly refusing to identify any its members.
Prized for his ultrafeminine, historically inspired designs, and a particular penchant for bias-cut gowns, Galliano is hardly an obvious choice for a house known for cleft-toed boots, deconstructed fashions and all-white stores.
Despite the outcry that precipitated Galliano’s downfall at Dior, early industry reactions to his appointment at Margiela were mainly positive.
Although controversial, there is no doubt that Galliano has great energy and is an undisputed visionary. He has a wide repertoire even if he is better known for his theatrical flair, and no doubt he has found a way to bridge his style with the familiar signature deconstruction of the Margiela house. #saragrace #maisonmargiela #artisanal #johngalliano #renzorosso #nickknight #vmagazine #heritage #martinmargiela #fashionlegacy #historyoffashion #talent #innovation #avantgarde
  • Sara Grace in Maison Margiela Artisanal by John Galliano, photo by Nick Knight, V Magazine, Summer 2017 issue.
    When Renzo Rosso acquired Maison Martin Margiela in 2002, it was described as a wedding of fashion’s Greta Garbo with Harpo Marx.
    In 2014 he appointed John Galliano to take over the creative direction of Margiela, founded by an intensely secretive Belgian designer.
    The appointment telegraphed Rosso’s daring approach to the fashion business and raised questions about how one of the industry’s great romantics might interpret a house built on avant-garde ideas like deconstruction.
    “Margiela is ready for a new charismatic creative soul,” said Rosso. “John Galliano is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create and wish him to here find his new home.”
    Galliano was sitting on the sidelines since being ousted from Christian Dior and his signature fashion house in 2011.
    This appointment represented something of an about-face for Margiela, whose Belgian founder was often described as the industry’s invisible man for his Greta Garbo-like ways. Following his retirement in 2009, the house left an anonymous team to carry on his legacy, steadfastly refusing to identify any its members.
    Prized for his ultrafeminine, historically inspired designs, and a particular penchant for bias-cut gowns, Galliano is hardly an obvious choice for a house known for cleft-toed boots, deconstructed fashions and all-white stores.
    Despite the outcry that precipitated Galliano’s downfall at Dior, early industry reactions to his appointment at Margiela were mainly positive.
    Although controversial, there is no doubt that Galliano has great energy and is an undisputed visionary. He has a wide repertoire even if he is better known for his theatrical flair, and no doubt he has found a way to bridge his style with the familiar signature deconstruction of the Margiela house. #saragrace #maisonmargiela #artisanal #johngalliano #renzorosso #nickknight #vmagazine #heritage #martinmargiela #fashionlegacy #historyoffashion #talent #innovation #avantgarde
  •  1,324  19  17 hours ago
  • ‼️PRIZE DRAW PRIZE DRAW PRIZE DRAW ‼️Ending tomorrow...
Following the success of the Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition, featuring one of our #KnightsOfKnightsbridge👑 ❤️👑at the @vamuseum 
We are giving away 3 exhibition catalogues by authors #OrioleCullen and #ConnieKarolBurks
To enter, simply FOLLOW US, tag 3 friends + Like this post!  Ends tomorrow 26th May (24:00)
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Capturing the highlights of the @vamuseum exhibition #ChristianDior : #DesignerofDreams, this stunning volume celebrates the House of @dior from its foundation in 1947 to the present day. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Our 3 winners will be contacted by DM, good luck!🍀🍀
  • ‼️PRIZE DRAW PRIZE DRAW PRIZE DRAW ‼️Ending tomorrow...
    Following the success of the Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition, featuring one of our #KnightsOfKnightsbridge👑 ❤️👑at the @vamuseum
    We are giving away 3 exhibition catalogues by authors #OrioleCullen and #ConnieKarolBurks
    To enter, simply FOLLOW US, tag 3 friends + Like this post! Ends tomorrow 26th May (24:00)
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Capturing the highlights of the @vamuseum exhibition #ChristianDior : #DesignerofDreams, this stunning volume celebrates the House of @dior from its foundation in 1947 to the present day. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Our 3 winners will be contacted by DM, good luck!🍀🍀
  •  134  71  18 hours ago
  • #repost @wolfgang_tillmans
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Having read Nick Knight's  personal and passionate statements, which he occasionally posts on IG, against Brexit and for a continued shared future within the European Union, I felt confident to ask Nick if he would lend some artwork to the Vote together campaign. He generously opened up his archive and I was thrilled to be able to choose some of my favourite NK photos. I'm happy to share the resulting posters with texts I wrote and laid out. You can download all on www.votetogether.eu Please share and encourage everyone to take part in democracy! because: 'They decide for you, if you don't, take part in democracy, they decide for you...' @votetogether.eu #votetogethereu #votetogether @nick_knight #nickknight #wolfgangtillmans #europeanelections #thistimeimvoting
  • #repost @wolfgang_tillmans
    ・・・
    Having read Nick Knight's personal and passionate statements, which he occasionally posts on IG, against Brexit and for a continued shared future within the European Union, I felt confident to ask Nick if he would lend some artwork to the Vote together campaign. He generously opened up his archive and I was thrilled to be able to choose some of my favourite NK photos. I'm happy to share the resulting posters with texts I wrote and laid out. You can download all on www.votetogether.eu Please share and encourage everyone to take part in democracy! because: 'They decide for you, if you don't, take part in democracy, they decide for you...' @votetogether.eu #votetogethereu #votetogether @nick_knight #nickknight #wolfgangtillmans #europeanelections #thistimeimvoting
  •  232  2  20 hours ago
  • European Elections 23-26 May 2019 - votetogether.eu #nickknight&wolfgangtillmanns #govote
  • European Elections 23-26 May 2019 - votetogether.eu #nickknight&wolfgangtillmanns #govote
  •  61  0  24 May, 2019
  • Made on an #apple #iphone these images go through various photographic stages including the use of AI #nickknight has been making these works for himself for a long time and the exhibition at #albionbarn opening June 24 is the first time they have been exhibited in the Uk
  • Made on an #apple #iphone these images go through various photographic stages including the use of AI #nickknight has been making these works for himself for a long time and the exhibition at #albionbarn opening June 24 is the first time they have been exhibited in the Uk
  •  121  0  24 May, 2019

Top #NickKnight Posts

  • Sara Grace in Maison Margiela Artisanal by John Galliano, photo by Nick Knight, V Magazine, Summer 2017 issue.
When Renzo Rosso acquired Maison Martin Margiela in 2002, it was described as a wedding of fashion’s Greta Garbo with Harpo Marx.
In 2014 he appointed John Galliano to take over the creative direction of Margiela, founded by an intensely secretive Belgian designer.
The appointment telegraphed Rosso’s daring approach to the fashion business and raised questions about how one of the industry’s great romantics might interpret a house built on avant-garde ideas like deconstruction.
“Margiela is ready for a new charismatic creative soul,” said Rosso. “John Galliano is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create and wish him to here find his new home.”
Galliano was sitting on the sidelines since being ousted from Christian Dior and his signature fashion house in 2011.
This appointment  represented something of an about-face for Margiela, whose Belgian founder was often described as the industry’s invisible man for his Greta Garbo-like ways. Following his retirement in 2009, the house left an anonymous team to carry on his legacy, steadfastly refusing to identify any its members.
Prized for his ultrafeminine, historically inspired designs, and a particular penchant for bias-cut gowns, Galliano is hardly an obvious choice for a house known for cleft-toed boots, deconstructed fashions and all-white stores.
Despite the outcry that precipitated Galliano’s downfall at Dior, early industry reactions to his appointment at Margiela were mainly positive.
Although controversial, there is no doubt that Galliano has great energy and is an undisputed visionary. He has a wide repertoire even if he is better known for his theatrical flair, and no doubt he has found a way to bridge his style with the familiar signature deconstruction of the Margiela house. #saragrace #maisonmargiela #artisanal #johngalliano #renzorosso #nickknight #vmagazine #heritage #martinmargiela #fashionlegacy #historyoffashion #talent #innovation #avantgarde
  • Sara Grace in Maison Margiela Artisanal by John Galliano, photo by Nick Knight, V Magazine, Summer 2017 issue.
    When Renzo Rosso acquired Maison Martin Margiela in 2002, it was described as a wedding of fashion’s Greta Garbo with Harpo Marx.
    In 2014 he appointed John Galliano to take over the creative direction of Margiela, founded by an intensely secretive Belgian designer.
    The appointment telegraphed Rosso’s daring approach to the fashion business and raised questions about how one of the industry’s great romantics might interpret a house built on avant-garde ideas like deconstruction.
    “Margiela is ready for a new charismatic creative soul,” said Rosso. “John Galliano is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create and wish him to here find his new home.”
    Galliano was sitting on the sidelines since being ousted from Christian Dior and his signature fashion house in 2011.
    This appointment represented something of an about-face for Margiela, whose Belgian founder was often described as the industry’s invisible man for his Greta Garbo-like ways. Following his retirement in 2009, the house left an anonymous team to carry on his legacy, steadfastly refusing to identify any its members.
    Prized for his ultrafeminine, historically inspired designs, and a particular penchant for bias-cut gowns, Galliano is hardly an obvious choice for a house known for cleft-toed boots, deconstructed fashions and all-white stores.
    Despite the outcry that precipitated Galliano’s downfall at Dior, early industry reactions to his appointment at Margiela were mainly positive.
    Although controversial, there is no doubt that Galliano has great energy and is an undisputed visionary. He has a wide repertoire even if he is better known for his theatrical flair, and no doubt he has found a way to bridge his style with the familiar signature deconstruction of the Margiela house. #saragrace #maisonmargiela #artisanal #johngalliano #renzorosso #nickknight #vmagazine #heritage #martinmargiela #fashionlegacy #historyoffashion #talent #innovation #avantgarde
  •  1,324  19  17 hours ago

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