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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 6 days, 10 hours ago

    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection
    written by Inès Mohamed
    Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by…[Read more]

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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 week, 6 days ago

    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection
    written by Ines Mohamed
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco is a brand-founded in 2005 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, an Italian entrepreneur rewarded for the Fashion Week of Monte-Carlo. This brand reflects Monaco’s values with the chic attitude, luxury, style, quality, and…[Read more]

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    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines Mohamed Beach & Cashmere Monaco is a brand-founded in 2005 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, an Italian entrepreneur rewarded for the Fashion Week of Monte-Carlo. This brand reflects Monaco\'s values with the chic attitude, luxury, style, quality, and glamourous side. Federica Nardoni Spinetta developed her creativity with Monte-Carlo values. She is an advocate for nature, and she loves the beach. She created some collections for her advocacy, like her Collection: Save the Nature for the Fall Winter 2020 Collection. Now she turned to sustainable dresses with her new Spring Summer 2021 collection: Save the Ocean. Federica Nardoni Spinetta believes in sustainability and is engaged in raising awareness and protecting the Earth by encouraging positive changes, supporting sustainability, and promoting a cleaner and better world for generations to come. Some recycled boat sails make these particular dresses with some other things from the deep Ocean, like upcycling using sailing ropes, halyards, and snap shackles. To make people react to the planet\'s situation, this is an excellent way to link it to Monaco\'s glamour. The SS21 collection Save The Ocean wants to share this innovative idea of using recycled sails, broken, or used sails that usually go to waste, producing high-quality, eco-friendly garments. Furthermore, the collection has been created in lockdown and is a timeless collection. Each dress is unique and entirely hand made by 100% used sails, and the result is remarkable—the collection associates elegant simplicity and sophisticated modernism. For ocean lovers, this is an excellent opportunity to have a dress that looks like its composition, material, and colors of the foam of sea and blue while keeping their feminine side with sensuality by the fabrics\' legerity and by wearing this dress for the shape given. #article #guitar #guitararticle #beachandcashmeremonaco #beachandcashmeremonacoss21 #beachandcashmeremonacoarticle #federicanardonispinetta #inesmohamed SAVE_THE_OCEAN_CHP_9078_590xsavetheoceanBEANCCASHMEREMONACOSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO006_590xSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO028_590x
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines
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    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines Mohamed Beach & Cashmere Monaco is a brand-founded in 2005 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, an Italian entrepreneur rewarded for the Fashion Week of Monte-Carlo. This brand reflects Monaco\'s values with the chic attitude, luxury, style, quality, and glamourous side. Federica Nardoni Spinetta developed her creativity with Monte-Carlo values. She is an advocate for nature, and she loves the beach. She created some collections for her advocacy, like her Collection: Save the Nature for the Fall Winter 2020 Collection. Now she turned to sustainable dresses with her new Spring Summer 2021 collection: Save the Ocean. Federica Nardoni Spinetta believes in sustainability and is engaged in raising awareness and protecting the Earth by encouraging positive changes, supporting sustainability, and promoting a cleaner and better world for generations to come. Some recycled boat sails make these particular dresses with some other things from the deep Ocean, like upcycling using sailing ropes, halyards, and snap shackles. To make people react to the planet\'s situation, this is an excellent way to link it to Monaco\'s glamour. The SS21 collection Save The Ocean wants to share this innovative idea of using recycled sails, broken, or used sails that usually go to waste, producing high-quality, eco-friendly garments. Furthermore, the collection has been created in lockdown and is a timeless collection. Each dress is unique and entirely hand made by 100% used sails, and the result is remarkable—the collection associates elegant simplicity and sophisticated modernism. For ocean lovers, this is an excellent opportunity to have a dress that looks like its composition, material, and colors of the foam of sea and blue while keeping their feminine side with sensuality by the fabrics\' legerity and by wearing this dress for the shape given. #article #guitar #guitararticle #beachandcashmeremonaco #beachandcashmeremonacoss21 #beachandcashmeremonacoarticle #federicanardonispinetta #inesmohamed SAVE_THE_OCEAN_CHP_9078_590xsavetheoceanBEANCCASHMEREMONACOSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO006_590xSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO028_590x
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines
    hauturely posted an update
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines Mohamed Beach & Cashmere Monaco is a brand-founded in 2005 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, an Italian entrepreneur rewarded for the Fashion Week of Monte-Carlo. This brand reflects Monaco\'s values with the chic attitude, luxury, style, quality, and glamourous side. Federica Nardoni Spinetta developed her creativity with Monte-Carlo values. She is an advocate for nature, and she loves the beach. She created some collections for her advocacy, like her Collection: Save the Nature for the Fall Winter 2020 Collection. Now she turned to sustainable dresses with her new Spring Summer 2021 collection: Save the Ocean. Federica Nardoni Spinetta believes in sustainability and is engaged in raising awareness and protecting the Earth by encouraging positive changes, supporting sustainability, and promoting a cleaner and better world for generations to come. Some recycled boat sails make these particular dresses with some other things from the deep Ocean, like upcycling using sailing ropes, halyards, and snap shackles. To make people react to the planet\'s situation, this is an excellent way to link it to Monaco\'s glamour. The SS21 collection Save The Ocean wants to share this innovative idea of using recycled sails, broken, or used sails that usually go to waste, producing high-quality, eco-friendly garments. Furthermore, the collection has been created in lockdown and is a timeless collection. Each dress is unique and entirely hand made by 100% used sails, and the result is remarkable—the collection associates elegant simplicity and sophisticated modernism. For ocean lovers, this is an excellent opportunity to have a dress that looks like its composition, material, and colors of the foam of sea and blue while keeping their feminine side with sensuality by the fabrics\' legerity and by wearing this dress for the shape given. #article #guitar #guitararticle #beachandcashmeremonaco #beachandcashmeremonacoss21 #beachandcashmeremonacoarticle #federicanardonispinetta #inesmohamed SAVE_THE_OCEAN_CHP_9078_590xsavetheoceanBEANCCASHMEREMONACOSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO006_590xSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO028_590x
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines
    hauturely posted an update
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines Mohamed Beach & Cashmere Monaco is a brand-founded in 2005 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, an Italian entrepreneur rewarded for the Fashion Week of Monte-Carlo. This brand reflects Monaco\'s values with the chic attitude, luxury, style, quality, and glamourous side. Federica Nardoni Spinetta developed her creativity with Monte-Carlo values. She is an advocate for nature, and she loves the beach. She created some collections for her advocacy, like her Collection: Save the Nature for the Fall Winter 2020 Collection. Now she turned to sustainable dresses with her new Spring Summer 2021 collection: Save the Ocean. Federica Nardoni Spinetta believes in sustainability and is engaged in raising awareness and protecting the Earth by encouraging positive changes, supporting sustainability, and promoting a cleaner and better world for generations to come. Some recycled boat sails make these particular dresses with some other things from the deep Ocean, like upcycling using sailing ropes, halyards, and snap shackles. To make people react to the planet\'s situation, this is an excellent way to link it to Monaco\'s glamour. The SS21 collection Save The Ocean wants to share this innovative idea of using recycled sails, broken, or used sails that usually go to waste, producing high-quality, eco-friendly garments. Furthermore, the collection has been created in lockdown and is a timeless collection. Each dress is unique and entirely hand made by 100% used sails, and the result is remarkable—the collection associates elegant simplicity and sophisticated modernism. For ocean lovers, this is an excellent opportunity to have a dress that looks like its composition, material, and colors of the foam of sea and blue while keeping their feminine side with sensuality by the fabrics\' legerity and by wearing this dress for the shape given. #article #guitar #guitararticle #beachandcashmeremonaco #beachandcashmeremonacoss21 #beachandcashmeremonacoarticle #federicanardonispinetta #inesmohamed SAVE_THE_OCEAN_CHP_9078_590xsavetheoceanBEANCCASHMEREMONACOSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO006_590xSAVE_THE_OCEAN_BEACH_CASHMERE_MONACO028_590x
    Beach & Cashmere Monaco: A Sustainable and Engaged Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Ines
  • hauturely posted 6 photos 2 weeks ago

    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season
    written by Chloe Recine
    From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season.

    1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and…[Read more]

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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
    hauturely posted an update
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
    hauturely posted an update
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 2 weeks, 4 days ago

    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT
    A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about
    written by Daleeda Soomar

    Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German e…[Read more]

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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Julia Lang Launches Genderless Brand VEERT
    written by Malaya Grant
    VEERT, a glamorous, innovative, genderless, accessories, cosmetics, and jewelry line that offers soaps, spiritual jewelry that symbolizes “healing powers,” with themes such as romance, friendship, and genuine affection. The spirit of VEERT is very vested in relieving tension, str…[Read more]

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    Julia Lang Launches Genderless Brand VEERT written by Malaya Grant VEERT, a glamorous, innovative, genderless, accessories, cosmetics, and jewelry line that offers soaps, spiritual jewelry that symbolizes “healing powers,” with themes such as romance, friendship, and genuine affection. The spirit of VEERT is very vested in relieving tension, stress, fears, forms of depression, anger, or sadness that can cause all types of negative emotions. VEERT is a beautiful collection that represents all types of spirituality and energies that will make consumers feel not only represented but included and spiritually cherished. VEERT is the clear, authentic, creative, and most honest version and definition of soulful energy, healing, unity, empowerment, self-love, self-compassion, and self-worth. The purpose and meaning of gender does not even co-exist in the same sentence in the world of VEERT. The collection and the line of VEERT expresses individuality, authenticity, and what it means to be the rarest form of yourself. Julia Lang has created a creative foundation for people to embrace who they truly are. View the full VEERT line HERE. #article #veert #veertarticle #malayagrant #julialang #chapter2agency VEERT FINAL EARRING PAIRVEERT-FINAL-PENDANTNECKLACE-FULLVEERT-FINAL-RING-ANGLEVEERT-FINAL-SOAP-ANGLE
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    Julia Lang Launches Genderless Brand VEERT written by Malaya Grant VEERT, a glamorous, innovative, genderless, accessories, cosmetics, and jewelry line that offers soaps, spiritual jewelry that symbolizes “healing powers,” with themes such as romance, friendship, and genuine affection. The spirit of VEERT is very vested in relieving tension, stress, fears, forms of depression, anger, or sadness that can cause all types of negative emotions. VEERT is a beautiful collection that represents all types of spirituality and energies that will make consumers feel not only represented but included and spiritually cherished. VEERT is the clear, authentic, creative, and most honest version and definition of soulful energy, healing, unity, empowerment, self-love, self-compassion, and self-worth. The purpose and meaning of gender does not even co-exist in the same sentence in the world of VEERT. The collection and the line of VEERT expresses individuality, authenticity, and what it means to be the rarest form of yourself. Julia Lang has created a creative foundation for people to embrace who they truly are. View the full VEERT line HERE. #article #veert #veertarticle #malayagrant #julialang #chapter2agency VEERT FINAL EARRING PAIRVEERT-FINAL-PENDANTNECKLACE-FULLVEERT-FINAL-RING-ANGLEVEERT-FINAL-SOAP-ANGLE
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    Julia Lang Launches Genderless Brand VEERT written by Malaya Grant VEERT, a glamorous, innovative, genderless, accessories, cosmetics, and jewelry line that offers soaps, spiritual jewelry that symbolizes “healing powers,” with themes such as romance, friendship, and genuine affection. The spirit of VEERT is very vested in relieving tension, stress, fears, forms of depression, anger, or sadness that can cause all types of negative emotions. VEERT is a beautiful collection that represents all types of spirituality and energies that will make consumers feel not only represented but included and spiritually cherished. VEERT is the clear, authentic, creative, and most honest version and definition of soulful energy, healing, unity, empowerment, self-love, self-compassion, and self-worth. The purpose and meaning of gender does not even co-exist in the same sentence in the world of VEERT. The collection and the line of VEERT expresses individuality, authenticity, and what it means to be the rarest form of yourself. Julia Lang has created a creative foundation for people to embrace who they truly are. View the full VEERT line HERE. #article #veert #veertarticle #malayagrant #julialang #chapter2agency VEERT FINAL EARRING PAIRVEERT-FINAL-PENDANTNECKLACE-FULLVEERT-FINAL-RING-ANGLEVEERT-FINAL-SOAP-ANGLE
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    Julia Lang Launches Genderless Brand VEERT written by Malaya Grant VEERT, a glamorous, innovative, genderless, accessories, cosmetics, and jewelry line that offers soaps, spiritual jewelry that symbolizes “healing powers,” with themes such as romance, friendship, and genuine affection. The spirit of VEERT is very vested in relieving tension, stress, fears, forms of depression, anger, or sadness that can cause all types of negative emotions. VEERT is a beautiful collection that represents all types of spirituality and energies that will make consumers feel not only represented but included and spiritually cherished. VEERT is the clear, authentic, creative, and most honest version and definition of soulful energy, healing, unity, empowerment, self-love, self-compassion, and self-worth. The purpose and meaning of gender does not even co-exist in the same sentence in the world of VEERT. The collection and the line of VEERT expresses individuality, authenticity, and what it means to be the rarest form of yourself. Julia Lang has created a creative foundation for people to embrace who they truly are. View the full VEERT line HERE. #article #veert #veertarticle #malayagrant #julialang #chapter2agency VEERT FINAL EARRING PAIRVEERT-FINAL-PENDANTNECKLACE-FULLVEERT-FINAL-RING-ANGLEVEERT-FINAL-SOAP-ANGLE
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    Editorial # 001 : $OULCAP

    Top: Nguyen Hoang Tu – @nguyenhuongtuofficial, Boon Paris – @boonparis
    Tights: Dim – @dim
    Shoes: Maison Ernest – @maisonernest
    Rings and Gloves: Transe Paris – @transeparisofficial

    Fashion Editor: Youness BOUMIA – @trendinfluences
    Photographer: Antoine BEDOS – @antoinebedos
    Art Director: Cyana DJOHER -…[Read more]

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    Editorial # 001 : $OULCAP Top: Nguyen Hoang Tu - @nguyenhuongtuofficial, Boon Paris - @boonparis Tights: Dim - @dim Shoes: Maison Ernest - @maisonernest Rings and Gloves: Transe Paris - @transeparisofficial Fashion Editor: Youness BOUMIA - @trendinfluences Photographer: Antoine BEDOS - @antoinebedos Art Director: Cyana DJOHER - @djohermystere Stylist: Gabin TRAPIER PAPAPIETRO - @gabintrp Hair: Kevin ROUX - @kevinrouxhair Makeup: Emilie ROVEYAZ - @siro2violette Model: $oulcap - @capjaroussky #editorial #soulcap #younessboumia #antoinebedos #cyanadjoher #gabintrapierpapapietro #kevinroux #emilieroveyaz #nguyenhoangtu #boonparis #dim #maisonernest #transeparis 8_172
    Editorial # 001 : $OULCAP Top: Nguyen Hoang Tu – @nguyenhuongtuofficial, Boon Paris – @b
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 3 months, 1 week ago

    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee’s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018.…[Read more]

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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed ambiance at the Carreau du Temple, the Parisian place chosen for the shows for many seasons. Ten years passed since Lee\'s death, and many guests wonder if this collection will be a tribute like Donatella Versace did for her brother Gianni in 2018. Sarah preferred to remind her mentor and friend with her sensitive and feminine vision. This season, Wales is the departure for the narrative journey that Sarah BURTON wants to share through the collection. After coming back with artistic references, she wants to make a collection as a “love letter for women, family, and friends.” A way to tribute to Alexander thought the strong link between them, but also with his mother. BURTON makes women Welsh heroines thanks to powerful silhouettes. Tailoring is the main guideline, still with high-level couture, making the tuxedos a must-have. In the common black, red and white top colors, the models are embellished with their jackets, coats, and embroidered corsets. Obviously, hearts, as a Love universal symbol, have their place in the collection: printed on silk taffetas and organza. Embroideries that make sense this season with a Welsh touch through the lace love spoons, wonderfully made, especially on the Adult AKECH dress, appearing in a heartbreaking dress encrusted with the 3dimensions love spoons crystal and metal embroideries. A perfect illustration from Sarah BURTON collection’s quote: “the woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic.” Click HERE to view the full Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #alexandermcqueen #alexandermcqueenarticle #alexandermcqueenfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0820_FIO0871_FIO0504_FIO0198
    A Welsh Journey at Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia The calm and relaxed
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    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW
    Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty.

    Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled “Desolation Nation” dedicated to…[Read more]

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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear
    It was all about the details in Afffair’s sultry, textured, and eye-catching new collection; from the elbow-length bejeweled tulle gloves, the matching floral headpieces, to the footwear tailored to complement each look. Designer, Rufat Ismayil crafted a collection of sexy silhouettes inspired by a rare…[Read more]

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    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair\'s sultry, textured, and eye-catching new collection; from the elbow-length bejeweled tulle gloves, the matching floral headpieces, to the footwear tailored to complement each look. Designer, Rufat Ismayil crafted a collection of sexy silhouettes inspired by a rare type of orchid, a common theme among the pieces. In addition to the orchid motive, other design elements included fringe, feathers, mesh, and extensive beadwork in both mini and maxi length gowns. The beadwork was impressive: the orchids appeared encrusted with gemstones and beading, the extra-long tulle gloves featured delicate hand-sewn gems, as did the headpieces and shoes that accompanied each look. Although each piece from this sexy collection demanded attention from the audience due to the level of detail involved in its craftsmanship, the backless purple fringe gown with crystal headpiece and above-the-elbow, tulle, and jewel-encrusted gloves ensemble was undoubtedly the highlight of the evening. Overall, the color palette was mostly of the pastel variety, aside from a few gowns in deep purple satins. Opening the show was a mint colored mesh woven fishnet long-sleeve mini. It features meticulously hand-beaded orchids finished with wavy organza trim that added a touch of artistry, complete with a matching orchid headpiece and perfectly slicked back hair. Many of the looks from this collection hinted toward indiscretion, or, to put it boldly, an evocative affair. For example, the exquisite lavender floor-length gown, at times moonlighted as slip dress. Again, large, meticulously beaded head-to-toe orchids with wavy organza trim over body-hugging silk organza kept the gown from being too racy, even when the silk transitioned to woven mesh fishnet just below the derriere. All made for an intriguing collection that will undoubtedly lead to a bright future for designer Rufat Ismayil. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle hauturely_afffair-rs20-0375hauturely_afffair-rs20-0247hauturely_afffair-rs20-0111hauturely_afffair-rs20-0014
    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair’s sultry, tex
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    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair\'s sultry, textured, and eye-catching new collection; from the elbow-length bejeweled tulle gloves, the matching floral headpieces, to the footwear tailored to complement each look. Designer, Rufat Ismayil crafted a collection of sexy silhouettes inspired by a rare type of orchid, a common theme among the pieces. In addition to the orchid motive, other design elements included fringe, feathers, mesh, and extensive beadwork in both mini and maxi length gowns. The beadwork was impressive: the orchids appeared encrusted with gemstones and beading, the extra-long tulle gloves featured delicate hand-sewn gems, as did the headpieces and shoes that accompanied each look. Although each piece from this sexy collection demanded attention from the audience due to the level of detail involved in its craftsmanship, the backless purple fringe gown with crystal headpiece and above-the-elbow, tulle, and jewel-encrusted gloves ensemble was undoubtedly the highlight of the evening. Overall, the color palette was mostly of the pastel variety, aside from a few gowns in deep purple satins. Opening the show was a mint colored mesh woven fishnet long-sleeve mini. It features meticulously hand-beaded orchids finished with wavy organza trim that added a touch of artistry, complete with a matching orchid headpiece and perfectly slicked back hair. Many of the looks from this collection hinted toward indiscretion, or, to put it boldly, an evocative affair. For example, the exquisite lavender floor-length gown, at times moonlighted as slip dress. Again, large, meticulously beaded head-to-toe orchids with wavy organza trim over body-hugging silk organza kept the gown from being too racy, even when the silk transitioned to woven mesh fishnet just below the derriere. All made for an intriguing collection that will undoubtedly lead to a bright future for designer Rufat Ismayil. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle hauturely_afffair-rs20-0375hauturely_afffair-rs20-0247hauturely_afffair-rs20-0111hauturely_afffair-rs20-0014
    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair’s sultry, tex
    hauturely posted an update
    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair\'s sultry, textured, and eye-catching new collection; from the elbow-length bejeweled tulle gloves, the matching floral headpieces, to the footwear tailored to complement each look. Designer, Rufat Ismayil crafted a collection of sexy silhouettes inspired by a rare type of orchid, a common theme among the pieces. In addition to the orchid motive, other design elements included fringe, feathers, mesh, and extensive beadwork in both mini and maxi length gowns. The beadwork was impressive: the orchids appeared encrusted with gemstones and beading, the extra-long tulle gloves featured delicate hand-sewn gems, as did the headpieces and shoes that accompanied each look. Although each piece from this sexy collection demanded attention from the audience due to the level of detail involved in its craftsmanship, the backless purple fringe gown with crystal headpiece and above-the-elbow, tulle, and jewel-encrusted gloves ensemble was undoubtedly the highlight of the evening. Overall, the color palette was mostly of the pastel variety, aside from a few gowns in deep purple satins. Opening the show was a mint colored mesh woven fishnet long-sleeve mini. It features meticulously hand-beaded orchids finished with wavy organza trim that added a touch of artistry, complete with a matching orchid headpiece and perfectly slicked back hair. Many of the looks from this collection hinted toward indiscretion, or, to put it boldly, an evocative affair. For example, the exquisite lavender floor-length gown, at times moonlighted as slip dress. Again, large, meticulously beaded head-to-toe orchids with wavy organza trim over body-hugging silk organza kept the gown from being too racy, even when the silk transitioned to woven mesh fishnet just below the derriere. All made for an intriguing collection that will undoubtedly lead to a bright future for designer Rufat Ismayil. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle hauturely_afffair-rs20-0375hauturely_afffair-rs20-0247hauturely_afffair-rs20-0111hauturely_afffair-rs20-0014
    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair’s sultry, tex
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    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair\'s sultry, textured, and eye-catching new collection; from the elbow-length bejeweled tulle gloves, the matching floral headpieces, to the footwear tailored to complement each look. Designer, Rufat Ismayil crafted a collection of sexy silhouettes inspired by a rare type of orchid, a common theme among the pieces. In addition to the orchid motive, other design elements included fringe, feathers, mesh, and extensive beadwork in both mini and maxi length gowns. The beadwork was impressive: the orchids appeared encrusted with gemstones and beading, the extra-long tulle gloves featured delicate hand-sewn gems, as did the headpieces and shoes that accompanied each look. Although each piece from this sexy collection demanded attention from the audience due to the level of detail involved in its craftsmanship, the backless purple fringe gown with crystal headpiece and above-the-elbow, tulle, and jewel-encrusted gloves ensemble was undoubtedly the highlight of the evening. Overall, the color palette was mostly of the pastel variety, aside from a few gowns in deep purple satins. Opening the show was a mint colored mesh woven fishnet long-sleeve mini. It features meticulously hand-beaded orchids finished with wavy organza trim that added a touch of artistry, complete with a matching orchid headpiece and perfectly slicked back hair. Many of the looks from this collection hinted toward indiscretion, or, to put it boldly, an evocative affair. For example, the exquisite lavender floor-length gown, at times moonlighted as slip dress. Again, large, meticulously beaded head-to-toe orchids with wavy organza trim over body-hugging silk organza kept the gown from being too racy, even when the silk transitioned to woven mesh fishnet just below the derriere. All made for an intriguing collection that will undoubtedly lead to a bright future for designer Rufat Ismayil. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Afffair Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #afffair #afffairarticle #afffairss20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle hauturely_afffair-rs20-0375hauturely_afffair-rs20-0247hauturely_afffair-rs20-0111hauturely_afffair-rs20-0014
    Afffair Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear It was all about the details in Afffair’s sultry, tex
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Area Spring Summer 2020
    Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into t…[Read more]

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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
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    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
    hauturely posted an update
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear collection, it would be easy for one to get lost in the sheets of fairy lights raining down from the ceiling. As the presentation began, it was difficult to assign any descriptive language to the collection. Were we, the audience, glimpsing into the future as we have come to expect from co-designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, who appear to have never met a jumpsuit, rhinestone, or glittering fishnet T-shirt with a fringe overlay that they didn’t love. It has left one to wonder: is this the shiny, albeit dystopian, future of fashion? From the very first look that came down the runway, a trim white trouser suit covered from head-to-toe in shiny gold “Area” nameplates. Yes, those nameplates that were all the rage in the ’90s, one’s first impression might be that of excess, or some needed throwback. But upon further inspection, the nameplates were not merely about the indulgence of wearing the famous brand’s name plated in gold all over one’s body, but rather, each nameplate had been translated into a different language. As more models graced the runway, it was apparent, Fogg and Panszczyk sought to highlight both the future, through their meticulously crafted cage dresses with trestle arches encrusted in gold crystal and fringe made of floor-length gold chain, and the past, with a daring take on Chanel’s Modern Woman suit, complete with an entirely bare midriff and sky-high mini, in solid black and covered in nameplates. It becomes evident towards the conclusion of the show that the theme was that inclusion: the Area nameplates translated into almost all languages, the almost dreadlock-like “twist” hairpieces popular among African-American women worn throughout. Some could easily view the latter as cultural appropriation. However, the message the designers sought to convey was one of inclusivity, of learning to appreciate the beauty of others: inclusivity, glitter, and a LOT of glitz: heavy on the glitz. written by Francis Daly Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #francisdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74597733_1300244816813863_8589230221658423296_o_1300244810147197hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439 (1)hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234 (1)hauturely_74505948_1300244740147204_6114252718883209216_o_1300244736813871-1
    Area Spring Summer 2020 Sitting in the rows among the enchanted set of Area’s newest ready-to-wear
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear
    Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled “Son Bonheur” and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion…[Read more]

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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
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    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life”
    French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall.

    The collection was titled “An Ode To Life” with reference to “Viva la Vida,” the last artwork of…[Read more]

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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
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    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020
    Beautiful, alive, and feminine shapes, these are the words that could describe a pregnant woman, reminding us of the French designer Julien FOURNIE in 2013, where a pregnant woman mad the buzz on his show. With softness and poesy, the Spring Summer 2020 DAWEI show reminds us of…[Read more]

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    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine shapes, these are the words that could describe a pregnant woman, reminding us of the French designer Julien FOURNIE in 2013, where a pregnant woman mad the buzz on his show. With softness and poesy, the Spring Summer 2020 DAWEI show reminds us of that fashion moment on the opening model. Walking in a knitwear suit, her future baby is embellished with a Bastet print, the goddess of joy, and maternity in Ancient Egypt. The collection is easy to love and super wearable: 28 looks are enough to turn the DAWEI woman into an urban goddess, with minimal and sensual cuts: sportswear meets glamour on a ribbed knit dress whose train caresses the body, working with solid colors, shoulders are revealed by opened buttons. The designer makes the stripes trendy this season on bolder looks: oversize leg pants, coats, and summer drape dresses. We are not afraid anymore to wear a full white look: a raincoat creates the chrysalid effect, and a strapless dress is opened like curtains on an elegant large leg crumpled pants. A romantic and dreamy collection that wanted the designer this season, and that must be very trendy for next summer. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Dawei Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dawei #daweiarticle #daweiss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5596-1569342535Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5614-1569342560Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5651-1569342658Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5727-1569342827
    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine
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    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine shapes, these are the words that could describe a pregnant woman, reminding us of the French designer Julien FOURNIE in 2013, where a pregnant woman mad the buzz on his show. With softness and poesy, the Spring Summer 2020 DAWEI show reminds us of that fashion moment on the opening model. Walking in a knitwear suit, her future baby is embellished with a Bastet print, the goddess of joy, and maternity in Ancient Egypt. The collection is easy to love and super wearable: 28 looks are enough to turn the DAWEI woman into an urban goddess, with minimal and sensual cuts: sportswear meets glamour on a ribbed knit dress whose train caresses the body, working with solid colors, shoulders are revealed by opened buttons. The designer makes the stripes trendy this season on bolder looks: oversize leg pants, coats, and summer drape dresses. We are not afraid anymore to wear a full white look: a raincoat creates the chrysalid effect, and a strapless dress is opened like curtains on an elegant large leg crumpled pants. A romantic and dreamy collection that wanted the designer this season, and that must be very trendy for next summer. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Dawei Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dawei #daweiarticle #daweiss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5596-1569342535Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5614-1569342560Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5651-1569342658Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5727-1569342827
    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine
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    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine shapes, these are the words that could describe a pregnant woman, reminding us of the French designer Julien FOURNIE in 2013, where a pregnant woman mad the buzz on his show. With softness and poesy, the Spring Summer 2020 DAWEI show reminds us of that fashion moment on the opening model. Walking in a knitwear suit, her future baby is embellished with a Bastet print, the goddess of joy, and maternity in Ancient Egypt. The collection is easy to love and super wearable: 28 looks are enough to turn the DAWEI woman into an urban goddess, with minimal and sensual cuts: sportswear meets glamour on a ribbed knit dress whose train caresses the body, working with solid colors, shoulders are revealed by opened buttons. The designer makes the stripes trendy this season on bolder looks: oversize leg pants, coats, and summer drape dresses. We are not afraid anymore to wear a full white look: a raincoat creates the chrysalid effect, and a strapless dress is opened like curtains on an elegant large leg crumpled pants. A romantic and dreamy collection that wanted the designer this season, and that must be very trendy for next summer. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Dawei Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dawei #daweiarticle #daweiss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5596-1569342535Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5614-1569342560Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5651-1569342658Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5727-1569342827
    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine
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    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine shapes, these are the words that could describe a pregnant woman, reminding us of the French designer Julien FOURNIE in 2013, where a pregnant woman mad the buzz on his show. With softness and poesy, the Spring Summer 2020 DAWEI show reminds us of that fashion moment on the opening model. Walking in a knitwear suit, her future baby is embellished with a Bastet print, the goddess of joy, and maternity in Ancient Egypt. The collection is easy to love and super wearable: 28 looks are enough to turn the DAWEI woman into an urban goddess, with minimal and sensual cuts: sportswear meets glamour on a ribbed knit dress whose train caresses the body, working with solid colors, shoulders are revealed by opened buttons. The designer makes the stripes trendy this season on bolder looks: oversize leg pants, coats, and summer drape dresses. We are not afraid anymore to wear a full white look: a raincoat creates the chrysalid effect, and a strapless dress is opened like curtains on an elegant large leg crumpled pants. A romantic and dreamy collection that wanted the designer this season, and that must be very trendy for next summer. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Dawei Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dawei #daweiarticle #daweiss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #catherinemiran #catherinemiranarticle Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5596-1569342535Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5614-1569342560Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5651-1569342658Dawei-RTW-SS20-Paris-5727-1569342827
    Dawei Sun Makes Women Into A New Urban Goddess for Spring Summer 2020 Beautiful, alive, and feminine
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020
    In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style.

    As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many…[Read more]

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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
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    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Maximalism is the actual trend, made of glitters and other embellishments as logo-mania and different streetwear vibes, minimalism is still in style. As told the architect Mies Van Der Rohe, less is more, a concept that worked perfectly for many Fashion Designers as Martin MARGIELA, Phoebe PHILO, Victoria BECKHAM, and recently JACQUEMUS. In these aesthetic, we could also notice Samuel DRIRA, who is excellent at designing for NEHERA since 2016. Everything is here to love, the pieces: beautiful and edgy silhouettes in a super comfortable way. Neutral and silent walk and a Zen sound design ambiance, just hearing a little bit the oversize clapper shoes on the floor, like a final touch of the high-waist trousers that made the look with their long and aerial legs. The palette is a mix of vivid and pastel colors, contrasting with structured and fluid pieces. Samuel DRIRA also makes an artistic collaboration in this collection, inviting the Slovak artist Laco TERN, for an abstract prints series, highlighting a boyfriend cut shirt, or giving a dynamic vibe on an asymmetric dress. Rainy days make it fashion in NEHERA with unique looks like a freezy blue gabardine, a marine raincoat, stylized with white western boots. No way fashion is stronger than \"What\'s the weather like!\".     written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _FIO0250_FIO0169_FIO0061_FIO0014
    Samuel DRIRA makes NEHERA the next Minimal Chic for Spring Summer 2020 In a fashion sphere where Max
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    “Madame C” is the next Guy Laroche Woman
    Women Fashion Weeks is still the opportunity for designers to express the woman’s status in society. Richard RENE, the artistic director for Guy Laroche, showed his vision of Feminity with liberty and minimalism with his French sexy and glam touch.

    That SS 2020 collection is especially impressive: this…[Read more]

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    \"Madame C\" is the next Guy Laroche Woman Women Fashion Weeks is still the opportunity for designers to express the woman\'s status in society. Richard RENE, the artistic director for Guy Laroche, showed his vision of Feminity with liberty and minimalism with his French sexy and glam touch. That SS 2020 collection is especially impressive: this season is inspired by the French taboo women, as to call, escort girls. Entitled Madame C (for sure Richard loves cinematographic references) reminds us of the French film Madame Claude, where the actress Francoise FABIAN had the staring role. Richard RENE expresses that women should not be afraid of their body liberty even if it is a controversy, in an era where Zahia DEHAR is considered the Modern Times Paiva. Behind huge solar glasses, with a sound design composed of the pianist Yaton HERMAN, the models appear with silent steps on the velvet runway, covered with the brand monogram. Erotically, the Guy Laroche feminity is a weapon that empowers women on men. Vertigo necklines on sportswear combinations or white cocktail dresses. Minimal silhouette makes the maximal effect, a specific signature in the Belgian designers. We can already guess the future it pieces from the collection: out of the monogram pieces, we can note the French nostalgia with the 500 francs Pascal prints (these are the old banknotes before Euro) on dresses and bikini. Huge holes appear on denim to make a combination and dress, that many fashionistas will accessorize for sure with humor with the new Off-White Meteor Bag. This is the answer to the next Fashion Week street styles. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    “Madame C” is the next Guy Laroche Woman Women Fashion Weeks is still the opportunity fo
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    \"Madame C\" is the next Guy Laroche Woman Women Fashion Weeks is still the opportunity for designers to express the woman\'s status in society. Richard RENE, the artistic director for Guy Laroche, showed his vision of Feminity with liberty and minimalism with his French sexy and glam touch. That SS 2020 collection is especially impressive: this season is inspired by the French taboo women, as to call, escort girls. Entitled Madame C (for sure Richard loves cinematographic references) reminds us of the French film Madame Claude, where the actress Francoise FABIAN had the staring role. Richard RENE expresses that women should not be afraid of their body liberty even if it is a controversy, in an era where Zahia DEHAR is considered the Modern Times Paiva. Behind huge solar glasses, with a sound design composed of the pianist Yaton HERMAN, the models appear with silent steps on the velvet runway, covered with the brand monogram. Erotically, the Guy Laroche feminity is a weapon that empowers women on men. Vertigo necklines on sportswear combinations or white cocktail dresses. Minimal silhouette makes the maximal effect, a specific signature in the Belgian designers. We can already guess the future it pieces from the collection: out of the monogram pieces, we can note the French nostalgia with the 500 francs Pascal prints (these are the old banknotes before Euro) on dresses and bikini. Huge holes appear on denim to make a combination and dress, that many fashionistas will accessorize for sure with humor with the new Off-White Meteor Bag. This is the answer to the next Fashion Week street styles. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
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    \"Madame C\" is the next Guy Laroche Woman Women Fashion Weeks is still the opportunity for designers to express the woman\'s status in society. Richard RENE, the artistic director for Guy Laroche, showed his vision of Feminity with liberty and minimalism with his French sexy and glam touch. That SS 2020 collection is especially impressive: this season is inspired by the French taboo women, as to call, escort girls. Entitled Madame C (for sure Richard loves cinematographic references) reminds us of the French film Madame Claude, where the actress Francoise FABIAN had the staring role. Richard RENE expresses that women should not be afraid of their body liberty even if it is a controversy, in an era where Zahia DEHAR is considered the Modern Times Paiva. Behind huge solar glasses, with a sound design composed of the pianist Yaton HERMAN, the models appear with silent steps on the velvet runway, covered with the brand monogram. Erotically, the Guy Laroche feminity is a weapon that empowers women on men. Vertigo necklines on sportswear combinations or white cocktail dresses. Minimal silhouette makes the maximal effect, a specific signature in the Belgian designers. We can already guess the future it pieces from the collection: out of the monogram pieces, we can note the French nostalgia with the 500 francs Pascal prints (these are the old banknotes before Euro) on dresses and bikini. Huge holes appear on denim to make a combination and dress, that many fashionistas will accessorize for sure with humor with the new Off-White Meteor Bag. This is the answer to the next Fashion Week street styles. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020
    Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers.

    This season the brand is one of the…[Read more]

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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 8 months, 1 week ago

    BOHEMIAN CHIC
    REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review
    New York, February 8th, 2020
    by Kia Danielle

    Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Li…[Read more]

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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 1 week ago

    “JUSTICE”
    HAKAN AKKAYA
    F/W 2020 Collection

    This season, Turkish designer Hakan Akkaya brought “Justice” to the runway at New York Fashion Week with his fall/winter 2020 co…[Read more]

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    “JUSTICE” HAKAN AKKAYA F/W 2020 Collection This season, Turkish designer Hakan Akkaya brought “Justice” to the runway at New York Fashion Week with his fall/winter 2020 collection. New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Akkaya’s collection, which was dominated by black and white colors, featured black patent leather gloves, boots and pants with embellished piercings and metal accessories. The inspiration for his collection was “Amish meet punks.” This is what happens when Amish fashion merges with punk subculture in the creative mind of a talented designer: you get “justice,” a strong feminine collection that stands against violence and the subjugation of women. “Women who rock the runway-Women who rock the world!” – Hakan Akkaya Hakan Akkaya began his career after design school as a department manager in 3 leading fashion companies, including Boyner Holding, Altinyildiz and Sarar. He opened his own fashion house in 2012, which catapulted his success into mainstream fashion; he is the first Turkish designer to be included in the NYFW official calendar. This was his fourth time presenting his collection at NYFW, and he brought his “A” game, per usual. With a total of 45 looks that had audience members “oohed” as the models strutted down the catwalk in their strong feminine silhouettes. Confident, bold and sexy are the words that I would use to describe Hakan’s 2020 collection, and he certainly did not disappoint. Looking forward to next season! By Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Hakan Akkaya fall/winter 2020 collection. #article #hakanakkaya #hakanakkayaarticle #hakanakkaya20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #thebromleygroup #thebromleygrouparticle Hakkan-Akkaya-2Hakkan-Akkaya-7Hakkan-Akkaya-12Hakkan-Akkaya-14
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    “JUSTICE” HAKAN AKKAYA F/W 2020 Collection This season, Turkish designer Hakan Akkaya brought “Justice” to the runway at New York Fashion Week with his fall/winter 2020 collection. New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Akkaya’s collection, which was dominated by black and white colors, featured black patent leather gloves, boots and pants with embellished piercings and metal accessories. The inspiration for his collection was “Amish meet punks.” This is what happens when Amish fashion merges with punk subculture in the creative mind of a talented designer: you get “justice,” a strong feminine collection that stands against violence and the subjugation of women. “Women who rock the runway-Women who rock the world!” – Hakan Akkaya Hakan Akkaya began his career after design school as a department manager in 3 leading fashion companies, including Boyner Holding, Altinyildiz and Sarar. He opened his own fashion house in 2012, which catapulted his success into mainstream fashion; he is the first Turkish designer to be included in the NYFW official calendar. This was his fourth time presenting his collection at NYFW, and he brought his “A” game, per usual. With a total of 45 looks that had audience members “oohed” as the models strutted down the catwalk in their strong feminine silhouettes. Confident, bold and sexy are the words that I would use to describe Hakan’s 2020 collection, and he certainly did not disappoint. Looking forward to next season! By Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Hakan Akkaya fall/winter 2020 collection. #article #hakanakkaya #hakanakkayaarticle #hakanakkaya20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #thebromleygroup #thebromleygrouparticle Hakkan-Akkaya-2Hakkan-Akkaya-7Hakkan-Akkaya-12Hakkan-Akkaya-14
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    “JUSTICE” HAKAN AKKAYA F/W 2020 Collection This season, Turkish designer Hakan Akkaya brought “Justice” to the runway at New York Fashion Week with his fall/winter 2020 collection. New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Akkaya’s collection, which was dominated by black and white colors, featured black patent leather gloves, boots and pants with embellished piercings and metal accessories. The inspiration for his collection was “Amish meet punks.” This is what happens when Amish fashion merges with punk subculture in the creative mind of a talented designer: you get “justice,” a strong feminine collection that stands against violence and the subjugation of women. “Women who rock the runway-Women who rock the world!” – Hakan Akkaya Hakan Akkaya began his career after design school as a department manager in 3 leading fashion companies, including Boyner Holding, Altinyildiz and Sarar. He opened his own fashion house in 2012, which catapulted his success into mainstream fashion; he is the first Turkish designer to be included in the NYFW official calendar. This was his fourth time presenting his collection at NYFW, and he brought his “A” game, per usual. With a total of 45 looks that had audience members “oohed” as the models strutted down the catwalk in their strong feminine silhouettes. Confident, bold and sexy are the words that I would use to describe Hakan’s 2020 collection, and he certainly did not disappoint. Looking forward to next season! By Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Hakan Akkaya fall/winter 2020 collection. #article #hakanakkaya #hakanakkayaarticle #hakanakkaya20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #thebromleygroup #thebromleygrouparticle Hakkan-Akkaya-2Hakkan-Akkaya-7Hakkan-Akkaya-12Hakkan-Akkaya-14
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    “JUSTICE” HAKAN AKKAYA F/W 2020 Collection This season, Turkish designer Hakan Akkaya brought “Justice” to the runway at New York Fashion Week with his fall/winter 2020 collection. New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Akkaya’s collection, which was dominated by black and white colors, featured black patent leather gloves, boots and pants with embellished piercings and metal accessories. The inspiration for his collection was “Amish meet punks.” This is what happens when Amish fashion merges with punk subculture in the creative mind of a talented designer: you get “justice,” a strong feminine collection that stands against violence and the subjugation of women. “Women who rock the runway-Women who rock the world!” – Hakan Akkaya Hakan Akkaya began his career after design school as a department manager in 3 leading fashion companies, including Boyner Holding, Altinyildiz and Sarar. He opened his own fashion house in 2012, which catapulted his success into mainstream fashion; he is the first Turkish designer to be included in the NYFW official calendar. This was his fourth time presenting his collection at NYFW, and he brought his “A” game, per usual. With a total of 45 looks that had audience members “oohed” as the models strutted down the catwalk in their strong feminine silhouettes. Confident, bold and sexy are the words that I would use to describe Hakan’s 2020 collection, and he certainly did not disappoint. Looking forward to next season! By Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Hakan Akkaya fall/winter 2020 collection. #article #hakanakkaya #hakanakkayaarticle #hakanakkaya20 #aw20 #kiadanielle #nyfw #nyfwarticle #thebromleygroup #thebromleygrouparticle Hakkan-Akkaya-2Hakkan-Akkaya-7Hakkan-Akkaya-12Hakkan-Akkaya-14
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection…[Read more]

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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Timeless Menswear at Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Carlos Campos continues to return to New York Fashion Week, eighteen years after he first presented his designs there in 2001. Over the years, the Latin designer launched his menswear fashion label in New York during 2006, which also embraced a womenswear collection for NYFW in 2008. He won the Fashion Group International’s 12th Annual Rising Star Award for menswear in 2009 and was chosen as a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Campos grew up in a design household, his love for tailoring, inspired by his father, shone through in his Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2020 collection. This show had the most beautiful selection of models I have seen walk the runway! The clothes were just as stunning. There was a flawless balance between Campos’ trademark ‘all neon everything’ with neutral shades of beige and white. The bright pinks and blues gave the collection the pop of color it needed. The designer’s logo was printed as a three-dimensional letter onto shirts and t-shirts, along with the appearance of a small male motif rocking pink hair. Stripes contrasted with geometric color-blocked shapes. The silky-soft fabrics and very high-quality material turned the smart/casual collection into premium fashion. The sporty style was comprised of men’s suits with baggy trousers and trainers. Urban boiler suits reminded me of fashionable ski wear and bright salopettes from the eighties era. A beige jumpsuit – worn by model Justin Halley – with a bright pink hem and seam detailing, finished off with white trainers, was a personal favorite. For us, this look was the epitome of the collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #carloscampos #carloscamposarticle #carloscamposss20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ccprnyc #ccprnycarticle hauturely_1-2hauturely_9-2hauturely_10-2hauturely_14-3
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    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Since founding his label in 2017, Giovanni Bedin has officially completed his first fashion show, presenting his Runway Spring/Summer 2020 collection of Ready-to-Wear haute couture in Paris, France. The feminine collection was full of delicate details and lightness…[Read more]

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    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding his label in 2017, Giovanni Bedin has officially completed his first fashion show, presenting his Runway Spring/Summer 2020 collection of Ready-to-Wear haute couture in Paris, France. The feminine collection was full of delicate details and lightness in motion. The Italian designer focused on shapes and cutouts, drawing attention to the female figure and uncovering precision. He used his favorite accessory of whalebones for corsets and miniskirts, sculpting the body and creating subtle dimensions. Bedin limited his color palette to neutrals of black, white, light pink, and blue, rather than using vibrant colors that may distract attention away from the details. The catwalk took place at Hotel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel, which was an ideal location for an afternoon show in 30-degree heat! The models made an entrance through large open doors, weaving their way around a light and airy room with wooden floors, passing mirrors and reflections showing the elaborate and grand gold ornamentation of the building. Walking with a potent stride and always on the move, the models represented the innocence yet fierceness of women, with natural, ‘barely there’ makeup and slicked-back hair. A lot of skin was on show; sleeveless and transparent dresses – almost representative of lingerie – revealed the midriff and silhouette underneath. The lace-up boots and floral prints emphasized the cute, pretty, and girly aspects of the collection. It was lovely to see influencers in the front row wearing similar styles, with fashion model, Marianne Fonseca, even wearing one of Giovanni Bedin’s dainty, baby blue designs! written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #giovannibedin #giovannibedinarticle #giovannibedinss20 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5212-1562080917Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5274-1562081037Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5233-1562080961Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5267-1562081022
    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding h
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    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding his label in 2017, Giovanni Bedin has officially completed his first fashion show, presenting his Runway Spring/Summer 2020 collection of Ready-to-Wear haute couture in Paris, France. The feminine collection was full of delicate details and lightness in motion. The Italian designer focused on shapes and cutouts, drawing attention to the female figure and uncovering precision. He used his favorite accessory of whalebones for corsets and miniskirts, sculpting the body and creating subtle dimensions. Bedin limited his color palette to neutrals of black, white, light pink, and blue, rather than using vibrant colors that may distract attention away from the details. The catwalk took place at Hotel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel, which was an ideal location for an afternoon show in 30-degree heat! The models made an entrance through large open doors, weaving their way around a light and airy room with wooden floors, passing mirrors and reflections showing the elaborate and grand gold ornamentation of the building. Walking with a potent stride and always on the move, the models represented the innocence yet fierceness of women, with natural, ‘barely there’ makeup and slicked-back hair. A lot of skin was on show; sleeveless and transparent dresses – almost representative of lingerie – revealed the midriff and silhouette underneath. The lace-up boots and floral prints emphasized the cute, pretty, and girly aspects of the collection. It was lovely to see influencers in the front row wearing similar styles, with fashion model, Marianne Fonseca, even wearing one of Giovanni Bedin’s dainty, baby blue designs! written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #giovannibedin #giovannibedinarticle #giovannibedinss20 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5212-1562080917Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5274-1562081037Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5233-1562080961Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5267-1562081022
    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding h
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    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding his label in 2017, Giovanni Bedin has officially completed his first fashion show, presenting his Runway Spring/Summer 2020 collection of Ready-to-Wear haute couture in Paris, France. The feminine collection was full of delicate details and lightness in motion. The Italian designer focused on shapes and cutouts, drawing attention to the female figure and uncovering precision. He used his favorite accessory of whalebones for corsets and miniskirts, sculpting the body and creating subtle dimensions. Bedin limited his color palette to neutrals of black, white, light pink, and blue, rather than using vibrant colors that may distract attention away from the details. The catwalk took place at Hotel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel, which was an ideal location for an afternoon show in 30-degree heat! The models made an entrance through large open doors, weaving their way around a light and airy room with wooden floors, passing mirrors and reflections showing the elaborate and grand gold ornamentation of the building. Walking with a potent stride and always on the move, the models represented the innocence yet fierceness of women, with natural, ‘barely there’ makeup and slicked-back hair. A lot of skin was on show; sleeveless and transparent dresses – almost representative of lingerie – revealed the midriff and silhouette underneath. The lace-up boots and floral prints emphasized the cute, pretty, and girly aspects of the collection. It was lovely to see influencers in the front row wearing similar styles, with fashion model, Marianne Fonseca, even wearing one of Giovanni Bedin’s dainty, baby blue designs! written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #giovannibedin #giovannibedinarticle #giovannibedinss20 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5212-1562080917Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5274-1562081037Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5233-1562080961Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5267-1562081022
    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding h
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    Cute Couture at Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Since founding his label in 2017, Giovanni Bedin has officially completed his first fashion show, presenting his Runway Spring/Summer 2020 collection of Ready-to-Wear haute couture in Paris, France. The feminine collection was full of delicate details and lightness in motion. The Italian designer focused on shapes and cutouts, drawing attention to the female figure and uncovering precision. He used his favorite accessory of whalebones for corsets and miniskirts, sculpting the body and creating subtle dimensions. Bedin limited his color palette to neutrals of black, white, light pink, and blue, rather than using vibrant colors that may distract attention away from the details. The catwalk took place at Hotel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel, which was an ideal location for an afternoon show in 30-degree heat! The models made an entrance through large open doors, weaving their way around a light and airy room with wooden floors, passing mirrors and reflections showing the elaborate and grand gold ornamentation of the building. Walking with a potent stride and always on the move, the models represented the innocence yet fierceness of women, with natural, ‘barely there’ makeup and slicked-back hair. A lot of skin was on show; sleeveless and transparent dresses – almost representative of lingerie – revealed the midriff and silhouette underneath. The lace-up boots and floral prints emphasized the cute, pretty, and girly aspects of the collection. It was lovely to see influencers in the front row wearing similar styles, with fashion model, Marianne Fonseca, even wearing one of Giovanni Bedin’s dainty, baby blue designs! written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Giovanni Bedin Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #giovannibedin #giovannibedinarticle #giovannibedinss20 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #kcdworldwide #kcdworldwidearticle Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5212-1562080917Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5274-1562081037Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5233-1562080961Giovanni-Bedin-HC-FW19-Paris-5267-1562081022
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