For Kapital’s FW19 collection, Kiro wanted to shoot in the US, in the Black Hills of South Dakota. This is a very beautiful mountain range with historic sites like Mount Rushmore, Sturgis and the town of Deadwood. I was slightly familiar with the area as my father drove us there in 1986. Deadwood..…
Travel diary by Lauren Yates / Kapital Catalogue Shot by Eric Kvatek / Hair and Makeup by Nicola Corl / Casting Eric Kvatek and Lauren Yates / Co-ordination Savitri Rajali / Styling Kiro Hirata and Kapital team.
The release of the Kapital Autumn Winter 17 catalogue, "Blue High Ways" is an epic milestone (literally) for our friends designer Kiro Hirata and photographer Eric Kvatek. The book is a 6000 mile feat of organisation, friendship and letting-loose in the vast landscape that we know as the United States of America. Here is your specially curated window into the trip, narrated by Eric himself.
We’re throwing it down for the guys this weekend with our funnest game of Salt-a-matics featuring our saltiest smells, schwagg, potions, and pastes because fun.
Our dear friends at Kapital never cease to thrill us with their beautiful sense of playfulness and ultra flattering silhouettes. Specially curated for Ponytail Journal, we bring you into a new dimension that celebrates Kapital’s Spring Summer 17 collection
Trailing the buzz of last week’s Los-Angeles-centric vintage bonanza that is Inspiration and the Rose Bowl Flea, we asked our pal, favourite photographer, and PTJ wireman Eric Kvatek to give us a two part serving of vintage deliciousness.
One soggy summer, team Kapital, our pal Eric Kvatek, a bunch of fresh faced Hungarian models, an all-woman army Eva Bajomi, and Lauren met in Budapest to dance the Kapital Autumn Winter 17 ho-down that became, "Bad Opera".
To enter into the wild world of Kapital is a little like stepping into a twisted wonderland, one that has its own gravitational force that has you walking upwards, backwards, inside, and outwards. Let us take you into the friend making, beer soaked experience that is the Kapital catalogue shoot, one that never disappoints and one that takes us to the famous and forgotten corners of the earth.
Lets talk about the new Kapital Spring Summer 16 collection, "Denim Perth, Land Loves Indigo", an Australian story about the land and the sun. It’s a celebration of strangeness, and about a community of people who take life by the blue tongue’s tail.
Shot by our dear pal Eric Kvatek on his birthday, we’re proud as a peach to present to you some w’menswear favourites for the season. This year brings the 10th year that our oyster loving, Harley riding, s’mores centred, funnest photographer ever has been shooting for Kapital, and that’s kind of epic in itself. Here are looks for the Parisian w’menswear nerd.
From red shearling to twisted peacoats, we premiere the Kapital fall/winter 2015 runway show that happened in Hiroshima. Shot by ponytail pal Eric Kvatek.