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Well we’re aware of t, so are using this time as wisely as we can by presenting the most frivolous and yet important of reasons to hang around a little longer: Joshua Coleman.
Man he moves fast. It’s official: Nicola Formichetti is the new artistic director at Diesel.
Just one day after it was announced that Nicola Formichetti would be parting ways with Thierry Mugler, word on the street is that the powerhouse stylist has already found himself a new label to head up. And this time, he’s going global.
In case you haven’t stepped outside in the past few days, allow us to alert you that summer is here, people! And just because it’s beginning to heat up, doesn’t mean you have to part with your beloved denim routine. You just have to adjust it a little! Enter: Diesel Powder.
How many bold-faced names can you fit into one runway presentation? If you’re Sophia Kokosalaki, lots. And we mean lots.
This was the week America become (re}enamored with the idea of a royal wedding — William and Kate and rings, oh my! Diesel ruffled some feathers, Emma Watson was everywhere and Google entered the fashion biz. Karl Lagerfeld also said some things, and Tavi’s launching a magazine.
Diesel’s advertising team sure knows how to make headlines. After coming under fire for their “racy” shoot in the library of Brooklyn Law School, Diesel has now released more images from the same campaign — this time shot at New York City’s Transit Museum.
Diesel is no stranger to provocative advertising, but this time its photos have ruffled more than a few feathers. The Italian clothing company shot its latest campaign in the Brooklyn Law School library. The resulting risque pics pissed off the school, which claims it was misled by Diesel.
New York Fashion Week is finally over! It was exciting, beautiful, disorganized, fun and most of all exhausting. And we loved every second of it.
Diesel Black Gold was one of the few shows at which we actually got a seat, but even if we’d had to stand, it still would have been one of our favorite shows.
They say stupid is as stupid does. They also say if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Diesel is abiding both of those time-tested jewels of common sense advice by continuing it’s “Stupid” ad campaign.
Diesel‘s delightfully irreverent and oft controversial ad campaigns normally do exactly what they set out to do: grab your attention and make you want to buy whatever product they’re hawking. But the United Kingdom’s Advertising Standards Board thinks the brand’s ‘Be Stupid’ campaign has gone too far.