Best in Show: The Room x FASHION Fall 2018 Campaign
The new season brings intriguing shapes, stunning knits and unexpected collaborations.
Shot on location at the Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary in King City, ON, The Room’s Fall 2018 campaign features Canadian model Harlow Monroe — who made a big splash at her first New York Fashion Week in February — alongside some photogenic local residents.
FASHION Magazine fashion editor Eliza Grossman discussed the fun and the challenges of working with these very special co-stars and how it was “one of the hardest castings we’ve ever done.”
This Sydney, Australia-based label channels a creative spirit into innovative silhouettes using fine European fabrics. These are pieces with big personality.
Fair Isle motifs get the unique Watanabe treatment this season in knit pieces that are as artful as they are cozy.
Florals and puff sleeves are pretty without feeling precious in a collection that is full of what Vogue calls “feminist femininity.”
Creative Anonymous Projects (CAP)
A Belgian collective that is truly pushing knitwear forward with fresh ideas and beautiful craftsmanship.
Bold and structured, these impeccably crafted pieces are imbued with a sense of fun and a lot of runway drama.
Watch the behind–the–scenes video:
Photography by David Picard.