Monday, January 31, 2011

Maison Michel S/S '11 accessories lookbook

Maison Michel features models: Anja Rubik, Bambi Northwood Blyth, Jac, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Angela Lindvall, Ashley Smith, Tanga Moreau, Olivier Theyskens, Frida Gustavsson, Shu Pei Qin, Irina Lazareanu, Elena Perminova, Josephine de la Baume, Mark Ronson, Karolina Kurkova, Leigh Lezark, Sim Bad, Maxine, Lou Doillion, Marlowe, Audrey marnay, Florrie Aronld, & Nicole Trunfio.
and it is photographed by Karl Lagerfeld
ONE WORD - OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saturday, January 29, 2011 accessories brand

In love with this colorful, dramatic and stunning collection by called Black Label. Plus they used vintage limited edition materials to create them. Truly one of a kind...

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Little things that make me happy

I absolutly love colorfull little bottles like the collection below created by Joe Cariati:

So far I only own four but hope to collect more in the future.

these two pettite bottles filled with colorfull stars that my best friend used to make... love them...

Monday, January 24, 2011

The power of accessories...

I believe in the power of accessories. You can instantly update and brighten up your wardrobe without spending ton of money. I combined bright/fun scarf with an elegant brooch and it instantly transformed my blazer. Really, what else can you ask? Right?


Friday, January 21, 2011

Marie Claire Turkey January 2011

such a beauty...


barbarabui spring 2011


Saturday, January 15, 2011

Valerie Boster, Vogue's Bookings Editor

Giovanna Battaglia in Eddie Borgo's Spring 2011 Lookbook

"The pieces worn by Battaglia, available now on Net-a-Porter, were inspired by fetish iconography: padlocks, corsets, bondage cuffs. Which sounds scary if left in another designer’s hands. But Borgo manages to make these references feel altogether ladylike."

Monday, January 3, 2011

The Video of Tom Ford’s Fashion Show Is Now Online

It is still impossible to get a good look at any of the clothes. Need more... BUT i absolutly love below article form

"Tom Ford’s comeback to womenswear after six years——­is fashion meganews, not that he’s been sharing it with just anyone. The newly elusive former idol and inciter of the sexed-­up Gucci-­YSL nineties is doing things differently this time. He objects to the way the Internet eats up fashion images before the clothes can be bought. He despises sections of the press. Private and formal are terms he favors now.
“I do not understand everyone’s need to see everything online the day after a show,” he says. “I don’t think it ultimately serves the customer, which is the whole point of my business—not to serve journalists or the fashion system. To put something out that’s going to be in a store in six months, and to see it on a starlet, ranked in US magazine next week? My customer doesn’t want to wear the same thing she saw on a starlet!”So true. But the celebrity red-carpet fashion parade? Dresses flown fresh from runways to awards ceremonies? The whole degenerated step-and-repeat of it all? Mr. Ford, you started it. “Now I’m taking it back!” He relents just a little: “I’ll wait to see who’s nominated for the Oscars. Then I will offer to dress one person.”
What he wants to do now sounds almost like a volte-face from his brash, hot, logoed Gucci heyday. “It’s about individuality. Real clothes, real women. For a fashionable woman aged 25 to 75. That’s why I literally put many of my own muses in the show. I hear them say, ‘God, I can’t find that anywhere!’ ”
“I want this to be somewhere a woman knows she can go when she wants a great jacket—not a fake expensive jacket, something that has intrinsic value. I don’t think fashion has to change every five minutes. I’d like these to be clothes you can wear for a long time—ten, 20 years; pass on to your daughter. Why buy vintage when you can open your own closet!”