Surface To Air
They’re not only the guys behind the Justice leather jackets. Surface To Air is first of all a collection which offers a modern interpretation of classic and technical garments. From […]
They’re not only the guys behind the Justice leather jackets. Surface To Air is first of all a collection which offers a modern interpretation of classic and technical garments. From printed tee shirts, well tailored coats and jeans, to fine accessories and bags for men and women. Every season, alongside the collection, they also develop special collaborations with people from different fields (artist, designers, musicians,…) who are linked to Surface To Air. A good pick from their SS10 is on SuperFlyDeluxe.
But that’s not all. At the beginning in the late 90’s Surface To Air consisted of a group of friends who wanted to work on projects they liked. Year after year, the team has grown into a multidisciplinary company spanning across creative domains such as fashion, graphics, photography, design, music, films… Today each company develops its own activity but always within the Surface To Air vision.
Surface To Air creative direction and consultancy studio is a group of Art Directors operating worldwide in highend fashion, art and luxury markets (Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, L’Oreal Luxe, French Ministry of Culture, Tsumori Chisato, EMI, Sony, Chromeo, Scenario Rock,…). Surface To Air film consists of a team of cousins Jeremie Rozan & Martial Schmeltz. Each with their own culture, have developped together a particular style that we recognize in their commercials, and music videos (Louis Vuitton, Sony, Justice, Diesel, Scenario Rock…).
Levi’s rilancia il logo storico delle Olimpiadi di Los Angeles 1984 con una nuova collezione spring/summer per l’uomo e la donna.
Novità e collaborazioni presentate al Pitti Uomo 18.
Appuntamento al prossimo inverno per borse e zaini del famoso brand di taccuini
La serie fotografica di Joseph Ford gioca sull’effetto camaleontico dato dalle realizzazioni a maglia di Nina Dodd.
In scena le incursioni artistiche di Piero e Barnaba Fornasetti tra i cortili e le sale del Museo di Palazzo Altemps