Roberto Cavalli knows his where his strengths lie when it comes to dressing women. Between bold prints sumptuous fabrics and sultry silhouettes, Cavalli understands his woman is strong, sexy and not looking for the understated.
The fall winter 2011 Roberto Cavalli collection does not disappoint loaded with looks for the modern day gypsy warrior.…
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Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana put the fun back into fall winter with a colorful alphabet inspired D&G collection for the young urbanite.
The 80’s style silhouette lent itself well to the neon fluorescent and primary toned over-sized t-shirts, boxy blazers and jacquard knit dresses. Layers of bold letters on below the knee pencil skirts, leggings and…Continue
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Bad boy designer John Galliano has gotten himself into quite a predicament, just days before Paris Fashion Week is to commence, he gets arrested for an Anti-Semitic rant on a couple in a Paris restaurant. A police official said that Galliano also exchanged slaps with the couple.
To add sour cream to the now ex-Dior creative director’s sour grapes, the brand has suspended…
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Tom ford hasn’t even been back in the women’s wear game for a full calendar year since his departure from Gucci in 2004 and yet he’s already out change the way we see fashion. Last season’s ultra exclusive New York debut of the Ford line was viewed by only 100 invited guests with a no photography restriction enforced to control when the visuals would be made…Continue
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Running with the idea that your water bottle is an important fashion accessory, Hollywood writer-producer Kevin Boyd has created the champagne of acqua.
Bling H2O, dubbed “the most expensive bottled water in the world” according to Forbes magazine, comes in a…Continue
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Fashion entertainment moguls IMG have partnered with 505 Games and Funcom announcing their launch of the first interactive online platform for fashion lovers that also promises to be first site fully integrating fashion brands into social media.
Fashion World Live debuting September 2011 is a platform covering all facets of the…Continue
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Take a 1940’s cigarette girl combined with a 1950’s lady of leisure, fashion forward her to a high tech future and what you get is Marc Jacobs F/W 2011 collection. Arguably the hottest ticket of NY fashion week, Jacob’s mainline show was filled with strong couture references of a bygone era blended with an ultra modern feel.
The key structured…Continue
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With the recent GQ/CFDA Men’s Designer of the Year Award and his first flagship boutique opening next week in New York, Alexander Wang’s proverbial icing on the cake is his latest women’s collection that he simply describes as “Extreme sportswear.”
Presenting a slick urbanite woman who embraces the idea of fashionable form and function, Wang’s standouts are…Continue
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Jason Wu is living up to his reputation as one of the most important young designers of the moment. Gaining instant notoriety for creating first lady Michelle Obama’s inauguration gown, the dress and his name became immediately recognizable from Wall street to Main street.
This time Wu has crafted his own version of lavish luxury for fall winter 2011, finding…Continue
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New York Fashion week marks the beginning of a month long four country trek for editors, buyers, and label lovers alike to see what’s hot in the worlds fashion capitals for fall winter 2011. This marks the second season the shows will be held in their new venue in Damrosch Park at the Lincoln Centre, which is also home to the Met. Opera House and the American Ballet. A…Continue
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