As some of you may already know, I am a “street style addict”. I can not get enough of street style blogs and street style stories. I love seeing all the amazing characters in photographs, all expressing their personality through their wild sartorial choices. They are all such an inspiration.
It goes without saying that I really love the street style category on this blog and so I am thrilled to announce that MCM recently teamed up with HK based magazine Milk X Monthly to produce some street style photos during the SS15 collections in Milan and Paris, all featuring the Funky Zebra Collection.
The Funky Zebra line is part of this season's "Ark To Paradise" collection, inspired by wildlife and its exotic contrasts. This season, we see the world through a stylised nature-couture lens where reality and fantasy co-exist. The natural world is full of wonders: colourful flowers, animals with graphic patterns, strange and interesting shapes that we strived to recreate in our "Ark to Paradise" collection and its latest star the Funky Zebra.
With its monochrome kaleidoscopic print, the brand new Funky Zebra collection celebrates dualities and parallels. The newly launched line also celebrates the Year of The Horse, which stands for class, nobility and freedom, all transpiring in the designs. Embellished with gold studs, the collection also boasts a cowhide trim and two-tone cotton lining combined with our new Zebra Visetos print. The solid brass hardware adds an antique touch.
Milk X Monthly Magazine
Milk X Monthly is not just magazine, it’s also a newsletter. According to the founder of Milk and SILLY THING, Takara Mak, their edge is achieved through a community that share interests in both fashion and sports, including those which are being overlooked by the mainstream.
Since July 2001, Milk X Monthly has been on the forefront of trends. They represent the combination of design and style, hoping to open up a variety of choices for today’s youth. They continue to bring the newest and most exciting concepts and ideas, hoping to breakthrough and not follow the entertaining herds in Hong Kong’s magazine realm.
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