Designers, designers, designers.
And they are everywhere.
Here are five essential designers for the new wave of wearable brands, brands and products that are changing the way people look and wear their lives.1.
Marc Jacobs: Marc Jacobs is an artist, a philosopher, and a master of the human body.
His body of work, including his iconic Marc Jacobs Women’s Collection, has become an essential source of inspiration for brands seeking to design their collections and services.
Jacobs has long been a fan of the medium, but his latest work is a departure from that.
In 2017, Jacobs collaborated with L’Oréal to create a collection of “art for art’s sake,” including a line of “beauty-based cosmetics,” which he also created in collaboration with designer, illustrator and musician Laura Ashley.2.
Astrid Lindgren: Lindgren is one of the most accomplished designers in the world.
A prolific contributor to magazines, fashion magazines, and websites, her work has been showcased at fashion shows and at fashion events around the world, including at the 2017 London Fashion Week and the 2018 London Fashion Month.
Lindgren was also one of two designers to work with fashion icon Dolce & Gabbana to create the collaboration The Art of the Haircut.3.
Paul Thomas Anderson: A renowned director and filmmaker, Thomas Anderson is best known for his films The Master and Anderson in the Woods.
His work has included the 2014 film The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starred Rooney Mara.
In 2018, Anderson collaborated with the designer Marc Jacobs to create The Art Of The Fashion Show, which he directed.4.
Tom Ford: Ford is a visual designer and designer with extensive experience in photography, video, animation and illustration.
Ford, who is best-known for the film The Master, has worked on films like Gone Girl and Zero Dark Thirty, and the collection of his 2016 film The Artist with the Tattoo, which is about the artist’s life and career.5.
Frank Stella: Stella is a fashion designer, creative director, and designer, best known as one of three designers to create T-shirts and apparel in the mid-20th century, and for his work in the late 20th century in both fashion and art.
In 2019, Stella teamed with artist Sarah Polley to create Stella’s World, a collection that combines the best of the two worlds.