— Jens Laugesen
- Updates from across the fashion industry and behind-the-scenes interviews.
- Photos of all the latest looks fresh from the runways in New York, Paris, London and Milan.
- New products that are hot in stores and the latest in beauty and cosmetic trends.
- Street fashion from Bill Cunningham’s On the Street, T’s Look of the Moment and reader-submitted slide shows.
- Shopping videos.
- The ability to seamlessly share their favorite articles, videos and slide shows via Facebook, Twitter and e-mail.
- Fashion reviews from Cathy Horyn and Suzy Menkes.
The Collection, an iPad app from The New York Times, creates a new way for tablet readers to experience The Times’s fashion and style coverage. With an elegant, immersive and highly visual user interface, this app is a one-stop destination for all things fashion from across The Times. The Collection builds on exclusive coverage from Styles, T Magazine and The International Herald Tribune and adds slide shows, video and updates from The Times’s fashion blogs. The Collection app is free to download and all content will be free through March 14, 2012. After this date, some content will remain free but only New York Times subscribers will have unlimited access to the app
I’ve been waiting for an application like this ever since I purchased my iPad. With The Collection app you can stay updated with some of the latest fashion trends, and also with a few designer pieces from shows in Fashion Week / Bill Cunningham street style updates + more!
Get it now for free!
— Ann Demeulemeester
— Jens Laugesen
“This is a cut from my newest series Natural Means. It’s a collage series that visualizes my thoughts and feelings about moving onto the next chapter in my life as I begin to leave my comfortable setting in California. It explores my need to be in touch with my environment and pieces together personal aspects of my life through different scenes.”
Lately I’ve been spending a few hours everyday searching through some collage work. Brian Vu currently living in Orange County, is a young talented photographer who also made these collages above. I remember the exact day we became friends on facebook that we were standing next to each other at a Foxes In Fiction show. Since then, I’ve been following his blog updates.
See more here.