All Saints – Brand Profile « Stylelogue The British Brand That Claims To Blend Music And Fashion Into A Potent Mix Of Desirable Clothing Expressing Both Individuality And Attitude All Saints is considered to be one of the hippest retailers on the British high street. Selling men’s, women’s and children’s clothing as well as home furnishings, their name has become synonymous with cutting edge fashion for those in the know. Aiming towards a trendy, style aware niche with a target demographic of 18- 35, All Saints have adopted a unique approach to their marketing, retail and online strategies. Their vision as conveyed through their mission statement, “to create a brand that blends music and fashion into a potent formula of desirable clothing that expresses individuality and attitude” penetrates through their design decisions, social media strategy, store design and e-commerce.
evans - Plus Size Clothing We have set your delivery country to Canada and your language to English | Change country Close X Welcome to Evans.co.uk Sign in or Register Shipping to Canada (£) Holiday The holidays aren’t called the most wonderful time of year for nothing. It’s old friends, new acquaintances, thoughtful gestures,and off-the-cuff shindigs. Live it up—that’s what we’re doing.(It’s how we holiday.) AllSaints Cast a Bunch of Real People in Their New Campaign Leave it to iconic leather brand AllSaints to produce an entire campaign without casting a single It girl—and have it be the coolest thing we've seen all season. To capture the latest instalment in the brand's Biker Portraits series, photographer Wil Beedle wandered the streets of Venice, California, and shot the coolest folks he could find in biker jackets. The results are fantastic.
AllSaints Uses Real People As Models In Their Latest Campaign, And We Totally Dig It What I love about moto jackets is their versatility — you can dress it up or down and everyone has their own way of styling the edgy piece. I feel like the AllSaints campaign, Def In Venice did a perfect job of capturing the whole essence of that, showcasing the versatility of biker jackets. The campaign is both down-to-earth and artistic and the surprising part of it all is that it didn’t star any huge fashionista It girls. That's right, no Cara, Kendall, nor Gigi. Instead, it focused on real, everyday people because the brand felt like these models perfectly, “capture the independent spirit and attitude of the brand.” The campaign, which was shot in Venice Bench, California, stars young, confident models and showcases the effortlessly cool vibe that is totally reminiscent of decades past, from the '50s to the early '90s.
Rag and Bone Rag & Bone (less commonly: rag and bone) is an American fashion label helmed by Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, both originally from Britain. The brand is sold in more than 700 shops around the world, as well as in rag & bone retail stores. Background Rag & Bone was founded in 2002 by Nathan Bogle and Marcus Wainwright. In 2004 the label launched with a men's line and a women's line followed in 2005. In 2006, Bogle left the company and David Neville, who joined the company in 2005, became partner to Wainwright. With the help of footwear designer Tull Price, former owner of Royal Elastics and current co-owner of FEIT, Rag & Bone Footwear was founded in 2008. Created in Spring 2011 for rag & bone /JEAN, the D.I.Y.
AllSaints AllSaints is a British fashion retailer headquartered in London, UK. AllSaints sells menswear, womenswear apparel, footwear, and accessories in over 145 stores, and 3,200 employees across 20 countries including the UK, France, USA, Canada, South Korea and Taiwan. Currently, 85% of the company is owned by Lion Capital LLP. History Founding (1994–1998) AllSaints was founded in 1994 by Stuart Trevor, and Kait Bolongaro, who was the original womenswear designer at AllSaints, and who have since gone on to found the Bolongaro Trevor label. AllSaints go marching in – UK label takes Gothic success story to NYC When the fashion store Topshop opened in New York just over a year ago, a torrent of hype ensured there were queues of shoppers at the door on the first day. There was a blizzard of red, white and blue ticker tape to mark the moment, and at the opening party A-list celebrities including Jennifer Lopez and the editor of US Vogue, Anna Wintour, rubbed shoulders with Topshop's chunky billionaire owner, Sir Philip Green. A fortnight ago, just a few hundred yards further along Broadway, another big name in British fashion retailing – AllSaints – arrived in the Big Apple with an altogether lower-key launch. But the word in the rag trade is that it is going down a storm with New York's fashion-conscious consumers, and has taken more than $1m in its first two weeks – beating the takings at Topshop, whose shop is almost twice the size. The 70-strong AllSaints chain, for the uninitiated, is a little bit Goth.
All Saints Wil Beedle Creative Director Interview New Bag Line 23 July 2015 Scarlett Conlon ALLSAINTS is a ubiquitous presence on international high streets but, as any fashion company will attest, you have to adapt to survive - something that creative director Wil Beedle is making sure happens this year as the brand celebrates its 21st birthday. Expansion in the Far East; the launch of a new handbag collection (that has already generated "Have you seen?" whispers among editors) and the opening of a new flagship in Dubai to house it are just a few of the ways that the brand is marking its coming of age, and is drawing on its formative years to inform it. "Anyone approaching any kind of milestone in their life takes the opportunity to look back as well as forwards," Beedle told us at the towering AllSaints HQ in Shoreditch. Anyone approaching any kind of milestone in their life takes the opportunity to look back as well as forwards