Aaronel’s Plexiglas sculptures inspire fashion designer Adam Selman

Just Another Night at the Adam Selman Funhouse, By Matthew Schneier, New York Times

The audience was a wild mix of pop and art-house types. The collection, unexpectedly, seemed more pulled together than the crowd might have suggested. In the house on Thursday night, the Cobrasnake (alias the photographer Mark Hunter) was snapping away as if 2006 had never left us. The art-house types (there’s Casey Spooner) mixed with the Top 40 types (there’s the sultry R&B popette Tinashe). Mr. Selman, with his Castro-clone mustache and Texas Baptist manners, brings them all to the party. Continue reading…

Vogue: Spring 2017 Ready-To-Wear Adam Selman, by Kristin Anderson

Why settle for just one great reference when you could have the whole lot? Adam Selman’s long been a bit of a magpie, aesthetically speaking, in recent seasons referencing a ’60s and ’70s nudist colony and, with his ongoing Le Specs collab, creating cat-eye shades inspired by Catherine Deneuve’s pair in The Hunger’s iconic opening. And for Spring the designer made a cornucopia of touchstones work for him harmoniously. Continue reading…