Monday, 31 January 2011
Saturday, 22 January 2011
Friday, 14 January 2011
Thursday, 13 January 2011
After spending winter sipping champagne in a hip ski chalet and wearing moon boots, it's time to refresh your wardrobe and enjoy life to the fullest.
Girls around the world, unite! Girly, romantic style is "in" for spring/summer 2011, expressed through Liberty prints (Alexander Berardi), but also larger floral prints (Nanette Lepore). At D&G, the floral prints could be seen everywhere.
Sunday, 9 January 2011
Marc Jacobs presented his Spring/Summer 2011 collection for Louis Vuitton in Paris on Wednesday and there was no mistaken of the Chinese influence in the collection. LV's hat tipped to the affluent Asian consumer with a strong acknowledgment of the significance China and other Asian countries have on luxury fashion.
The collection is electrifying in bright colors of fuchsia, red, jade, purple, orange and of course, glitter. One can see Mr. Jacob's genius of producing superlight and supercool references even with plush velvets or shimmering fabrics. Paying homage to 1920s Shanghai, cheongsams and pandas were used in these gorgeous and wearable designs.
Friday, 7 January 2011
Tuesday, 4 January 2011
Sunday, 2 January 2011
clogs , 20th century, 70 years – a decade of great .
Ah, like many , what goes around, comes around, and now clogs are back in
Now, the clogs have a comeback, they no longer adhere to the original design. They have been created in and contemporary fashion and the date. The designers have created a different derivation from the traditional , many materials upper, and others will buckle or edge effect.
Everyone from Mary-Kate Olsen to Kate Moss is wearing this shoes and they come in many different shapes and heights!
This summer, however, the memo for sunglasses says circles are in. Very round shapes, as round as goggles in some cases, appeared in the recent women's collections of Marc Jacobs and Proenza Schouler; and, for men, from Ralph Lauren, Zegna and Lanvin (most costing from $300 to $400). Last month, New York magazine included round sunglasses among the anticipated trends of the summer. And, as predicted, they are already appearing on the streets in numbers not seen since the release of the last Harry Potter book.
While most fashion trends -- and especially this one -- are circular, round sunglasses, seemingly everywhere all at once, provide a case study of the group-think mentality of the fashion industry. There are even inexpensive examples ($10 to $11) at Urban Outfitters and Fred Flare.