Posts Tagged ‘Dice Kayek’

DICE KAYEK presentation

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

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Dice Kayek presentation of the new fall winter 2014 collection at Hotel Meurice, Paris
Photo by Pascal Gillet
Video by Marie Schuller

DICE KAYEK

Saturday, September 28th, 2013

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Dice Kayek photographed at the Grand Palais after the viewing of the Premiere of the film NOIR by Marie Schüller at the MK2 cinema.
photo by Pascal Gillet

DICE KAYEK, Noir

Friday, September 27th, 2013

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DICE KAYEK, Noir… SHOWstudio‘s Marie Schuller collaborates with Dice Kayek brand and directed a fashion film named Noir, inspired by film noir and German expressionism. Schuller eschews conventional narrative and instead uses the film to explore the complex, varied emotions of a relationship. The film sees model Alicia Kuczman clad in a variety of pieces from the label’s past collections.

Dice Kayek Istanbul Contrast

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Previously exhibited at the Paris Fashion Week and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris within the scope of the Turkish Season, Dice Kayek’s exhibition “Istanbul Contrast” is now brought to ?stanbul Modern with the support of the ?stanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Agency.

Upon Dice Kayek‘s invitation, artist Arik Levy created this installation to interract with the brand’s Istanbul inspired collection Istanbul Contrast. The installation consists of large-scale crystal shaped logs evolving through space at various angles, investigating inside-out and contrasts… it’s part of the global project Absent Nature, referring to growth, development, evolution and morphosis… It is a space that projects the sensation of visual texture as wel as under-over water and ground.

Photo. Pascal Gillet