October 22, 2021

Olivia Ruiz, Madonna, Kylie Minogue ... new muses

The a singer Olivia Ruiz, joins the legendary French brand of underwear and tights Dim. At first, the game Dim loves music will allow Dim's customers to win, against proof of purchase, concert tickets, albums and accessories selected by the a singer.
Then the young woman will play the creators of fashion, by signing a line of six tights. The collection Olivia Ruiz for DIM looks very festive and glittery.

Fashion and music united!

Lily Allen for New Look - DR
This partnership between a singer and a claw of clothes is the proof of the very strong link which unites the fashion and the music. For six years now, the jean Diesel brand has been organizing Diesel U Music, an international competition to promote artists of the underground scene. This year, the contest is sponsored by Keziah Jones, with a world finals scheduled on October 3 in London.
The return will also mark the holding of the 3e edition of Fashion Rocks, a great musical event held during New York fashion week. This year, Jennifer Lopez, Fergie, Usher, Aerosmith, Alicia Keys, Avril Lavigne, and Fall Out Boy have been present.




Reciprocal inspiration

Madonna for H & M - DR
For a very long time, the fashion and the music influence each other. On one side, singers and singers play the creators of fashion, while clothing brands and designers are inspired more than ever by their world. Some creators even invite themselves on stage: one of the forerunners in this area is Jean-Paul Gaultier, who draws the stage costumes of Madonna and Mylène Farmer.
Jamiroquai for Hugo Boss, Madonna or Kylie Minogue for H & M, Anastacia for S. Oliver, Jon Bon Jovi for Kenneth Cole and Lilly Allen for New Look are just a few examples of collaborations between artists and labels. fashion. Puff Daddy, Gwen Stefani, Beyonce, the French Leslie but also Justin Timberlake even have their own brand of ready-to-wear.

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