Claire Kidman

Fashion: Coyote Negro — Between Geometric And Organic Shapes

Coyote Negro jewellery brings together clean geometric lines and more natural, hammered shapes, all in solid sterling silver. Created by Melissa Hernández, a Puerto Rican Art Direction based in Brooklyn, each piece of Coyote Negro jewellery is made to order. Hernández explores jewellery as a “sculptural wearable element,” with a focus on “joining the dualities…

Chad Moore: The Beauty Of Love And Youth

Take a look at the work of New York-based photographer Chad Moore and you could be instantly transported to a Brooklyn rooftop. His photographs are natural, unstaged, and capture a sense of dreamy but imperfect youth. His images are flawed, full of movement, and faces are often obscured, but the spirit and personality of his subjects remains clear. Either caught off guard or just completely comfortable in his presence, it is this relationship with the people he shoots that allows Moore’s photography to feel so personal.

Floral Prints and Leather at Coach Spring 2016 Runway Show

Coach’s Spring 2016 show, staged on Manhattan’s High Line, saw Stuart Vevers’ ready-to-wear vision brought to life. From floaty bohemian dresses to patchwork leather and bold trouser suits, the 70s influence is clear, but lace detailing and ditsy prints add a folky, Americana twist. Preppy knitwear and prairie-girl collars walked alongside suede co-ords, embellished t-shirts,…