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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 2 weeks, 3 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
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 3 months, 1 week ago

    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020
    written by Youness Boumia
    Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor…[Read more]

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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
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    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is known for his Black Sculpted silhouettes, a signature already noticed at his previous eponym label and Versus Versace. But for this season, he proves he can revisit himself, the time of a season. Even the scenography is different: a long corridor covered of a beige carpet with a giant \"YSL\" logo on the wall. Will the collection tend to be a vintage one? Indeed, this season pays tribute to the YSL Haute Bourgeoise style from the ’90s. Double-breasted jackets, jabot necklines, heavy earrings, and perfect ponytails make the new Saint Laurent woman, but still but the VACCARELLO touch. The designer revisits silhouettes with an erotic touch to remind the YSL sensual tension, mixing the \"BCBG\" codes with appearing lingerie, latex trousers, and skirts, with a large panel of colors that shines under the spotlights. A conversion between two opposites styles that combine together to make the scandal like Yves was great at doing, like in 1971. A reminder that we can see with massive shoulders, fur coats with cute colors. No matter the season, Saint Laurent still arrives to be a timeless brand and a huge symbol of femininity. A word that VACCARELLO still wants to express through the collection and how all women can assume to be sexy and elegant at the same time. Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentfw20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0576_FIO0869_FIO0888_FIO0364
    Nocturne Colors for Saint Laurent Fall Winter 2020 written by Youness Boumia Anthony VACCARELLO is k
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020
    Saint Laurent is one of the houses that is always exciting to see the show. It is an awesome experience: it always has the it-girl models, fantastic sound design by Sebastian, and scenography signed by Alexandre de BETAK, with a black ground, full of floodlights, sublimated by the rain…[Read more]

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    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses that is always exciting to see the show. It is an awesome experience: it always has the it-girl models, fantastic sound design by Sebastian, and scenography signed by Alexandre de BETAK, with a black ground, full of floodlights, sublimated by the rain just before the show started. Anthony VACCARELLO still knows to make the connection between the shows. Luxury, opulence, is the Saint Laurent Woman, a dangerous beauty with the DNA of the Rive Gauche elegance. The new exclusive model Elise VAN ITERSON opened the show, wearing an ultra-short combination with a deep V neckline. In her major high leather boots, she walks along the light columns in a super confident way, as a Parisian night soldier. Boheme from the Marrakesh YSL era will be the next trend for SS 2020, like on the men collection in Malibu. Chiffon blouses and dresses are embellished generously with golden and colorful paisley and floral embroideries that make the clothes as precious as jewels. Bandana and other accessories were layering like earrings, bracelets, and rings, reminding the Russian collection and the famous YSL muse Loulou de la Falaise. Unusual pieces appear like a golden lamé skirt that makes the look simply matched with a black tee. VACCARELLO purposes also lame in harem pants, reinforced with animal print or velvet boots. We also noticed a discreet sportswear taste with the stirrup pants, worn by Sarah Grace WALLERSTEDT and Kaia GERBER. These already came back in fashion with the first Demna GVASALIA show for BALENCIAGA, that the Saint Laurent women can easily wear for night parties with stilettos. The second act is a black milky way: sequins make the runway all over the looks. Thousands of sparkles illuminate the top models, and Saint Laurent muses like Anja RUBIK, Mica ARCANARAZ, Kaia GERBER, and Adut AKESH. But the most transcendent was the Yves era muses comeback like Stella TENNANT, Liya KEBEDE and for sure Naomi CAMBELL for the final. A top recipe to get the viral buzz on Instagram after the show. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO1793_FIO1639_FIO1105_FIO0909
    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses tha
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    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses that is always exciting to see the show. It is an awesome experience: it always has the it-girl models, fantastic sound design by Sebastian, and scenography signed by Alexandre de BETAK, with a black ground, full of floodlights, sublimated by the rain just before the show started. Anthony VACCARELLO still knows to make the connection between the shows. Luxury, opulence, is the Saint Laurent Woman, a dangerous beauty with the DNA of the Rive Gauche elegance. The new exclusive model Elise VAN ITERSON opened the show, wearing an ultra-short combination with a deep V neckline. In her major high leather boots, she walks along the light columns in a super confident way, as a Parisian night soldier. Boheme from the Marrakesh YSL era will be the next trend for SS 2020, like on the men collection in Malibu. Chiffon blouses and dresses are embellished generously with golden and colorful paisley and floral embroideries that make the clothes as precious as jewels. Bandana and other accessories were layering like earrings, bracelets, and rings, reminding the Russian collection and the famous YSL muse Loulou de la Falaise. Unusual pieces appear like a golden lamé skirt that makes the look simply matched with a black tee. VACCARELLO purposes also lame in harem pants, reinforced with animal print or velvet boots. We also noticed a discreet sportswear taste with the stirrup pants, worn by Sarah Grace WALLERSTEDT and Kaia GERBER. These already came back in fashion with the first Demna GVASALIA show for BALENCIAGA, that the Saint Laurent women can easily wear for night parties with stilettos. The second act is a black milky way: sequins make the runway all over the looks. Thousands of sparkles illuminate the top models, and Saint Laurent muses like Anja RUBIK, Mica ARCANARAZ, Kaia GERBER, and Adut AKESH. But the most transcendent was the Yves era muses comeback like Stella TENNANT, Liya KEBEDE and for sure Naomi CAMBELL for the final. A top recipe to get the viral buzz on Instagram after the show. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO1793_FIO1639_FIO1105_FIO0909
    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses tha
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    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses that is always exciting to see the show. It is an awesome experience: it always has the it-girl models, fantastic sound design by Sebastian, and scenography signed by Alexandre de BETAK, with a black ground, full of floodlights, sublimated by the rain just before the show started. Anthony VACCARELLO still knows to make the connection between the shows. Luxury, opulence, is the Saint Laurent Woman, a dangerous beauty with the DNA of the Rive Gauche elegance. The new exclusive model Elise VAN ITERSON opened the show, wearing an ultra-short combination with a deep V neckline. In her major high leather boots, she walks along the light columns in a super confident way, as a Parisian night soldier. Boheme from the Marrakesh YSL era will be the next trend for SS 2020, like on the men collection in Malibu. Chiffon blouses and dresses are embellished generously with golden and colorful paisley and floral embroideries that make the clothes as precious as jewels. Bandana and other accessories were layering like earrings, bracelets, and rings, reminding the Russian collection and the famous YSL muse Loulou de la Falaise. Unusual pieces appear like a golden lamé skirt that makes the look simply matched with a black tee. VACCARELLO purposes also lame in harem pants, reinforced with animal print or velvet boots. We also noticed a discreet sportswear taste with the stirrup pants, worn by Sarah Grace WALLERSTEDT and Kaia GERBER. These already came back in fashion with the first Demna GVASALIA show for BALENCIAGA, that the Saint Laurent women can easily wear for night parties with stilettos. The second act is a black milky way: sequins make the runway all over the looks. Thousands of sparkles illuminate the top models, and Saint Laurent muses like Anja RUBIK, Mica ARCANARAZ, Kaia GERBER, and Adut AKESH. But the most transcendent was the Yves era muses comeback like Stella TENNANT, Liya KEBEDE and for sure Naomi CAMBELL for the final. A top recipe to get the viral buzz on Instagram after the show. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO1793_FIO1639_FIO1105_FIO0909
    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses tha
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    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses that is always exciting to see the show. It is an awesome experience: it always has the it-girl models, fantastic sound design by Sebastian, and scenography signed by Alexandre de BETAK, with a black ground, full of floodlights, sublimated by the rain just before the show started. Anthony VACCARELLO still knows to make the connection between the shows. Luxury, opulence, is the Saint Laurent Woman, a dangerous beauty with the DNA of the Rive Gauche elegance. The new exclusive model Elise VAN ITERSON opened the show, wearing an ultra-short combination with a deep V neckline. In her major high leather boots, she walks along the light columns in a super confident way, as a Parisian night soldier. Boheme from the Marrakesh YSL era will be the next trend for SS 2020, like on the men collection in Malibu. Chiffon blouses and dresses are embellished generously with golden and colorful paisley and floral embroideries that make the clothes as precious as jewels. Bandana and other accessories were layering like earrings, bracelets, and rings, reminding the Russian collection and the famous YSL muse Loulou de la Falaise. Unusual pieces appear like a golden lamé skirt that makes the look simply matched with a black tee. VACCARELLO purposes also lame in harem pants, reinforced with animal print or velvet boots. We also noticed a discreet sportswear taste with the stirrup pants, worn by Sarah Grace WALLERSTEDT and Kaia GERBER. These already came back in fashion with the first Demna GVASALIA show for BALENCIAGA, that the Saint Laurent women can easily wear for night parties with stilettos. The second act is a black milky way: sequins make the runway all over the looks. Thousands of sparkles illuminate the top models, and Saint Laurent muses like Anja RUBIK, Mica ARCANARAZ, Kaia GERBER, and Adut AKESH. But the most transcendent was the Yves era muses comeback like Stella TENNANT, Liya KEBEDE and for sure Naomi CAMBELL for the final. A top recipe to get the viral buzz on Instagram after the show. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #saintlaurent #saintlaurentarticle #saintlaurentss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO1793_FIO1639_FIO1105_FIO0909
    Naomi Cambell is back to Saint Laurent for Spring Summer 2020 Saint Laurent is one of the houses tha
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their…[Read more]

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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Casual Vibes at Cross Jeans Fall Winter 2019
    Cross Jeans is all about tradition and making a statement with denim. Their fashion-forward jeans in different cuts and colors have something for everyone, as they offer everything from tube jeans to straight fit jeans, skinny jeans, and bell bottoms. Besides,…[Read more]

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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink check…[Read more]

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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The tit
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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The tit
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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The tit
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    The Color Spectacle at Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin The title for Marc Cain’s spring/summer 2020 fashion show, held in Berlin on the 2nd of July in the Berliner Velodrom, could not have been chosen better. ‘Colour in Motion’ was all about royal blue and floral printed summer dresses, bright pink checkered blazers, neon yellow shoulder bags, and full ensembles in leopard print and zebra stripes. As Marc Cain is famous for his designs with animal prints, these last ones could not be missing from the collection. The opening look, a light pink oversized blazer, long shorts, and Crayola blue pumps combination, set the tone for the entire show: extravagant yet wearable. Mint green heels, open sandals, and sneakers with calf-length socks graced the catwalk and added to the collection’s playfulness. The jewelry was colorful and exotic, as dramatic asymmetric earrings and heavy necklaces adorned the ears and necks of the models. White and silver hair bands, bucket hats, and straw sun hats elegantly topped their heads. The most-worn hairstyle was the classic messy bun, but several models sported sleek and short coupes as well. The models’ make-up was cold yet vivid, as most of them were wearing a bright blue eyeshadow color. The impressive light installation, designed by Kurt Laurenz Theinert, perfectly underlined the theme of the show. The setting showed a unique play of light and colors that was projected over the entire location on 15m long wire curtains. The 56m long zebra-striped catwalk made the colors of the clothes stand out even more. The whole show just breathed energy and excitement. Famous attendees were Heike Makatsch, Yvonne Catterfeld, Veronica Ferres, Esther Schweins, and Janina Uhse. Influencers like Kate Gelinsky, Nina Suess, Tiany Kirilove, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne, and Nina Schwichtenberg were present as well. Amongst the most influential models were Caroline Winberg, Kris Gottschalk, and Kenya Kinski-Jones, the daughter of Nastassja Kinski and Quincy Jones. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Marc Cain Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #marccain #marccainarticle #marccainss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle _DAN0851_DAN0638_DAN0175_DAN0159
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    Spring Summer 2020 Trends
    Taking a step away from seasons past, the collections for SS2020 had a decidedly optimistic and joyful tone to them and maybe the escape hatch we are all looking for in these times. Even the dark horse Rick Owens had a lighter and more celebratory feel to his lineup for SS2020 ending his show in Paris with bubbles as…[Read more]

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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small…[Read more]

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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could…[Read more]

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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to…[Read more]

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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite…[Read more]

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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 4 months ago

    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala
    The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres.

    The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from…[Read more]

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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
    hauturely posted an update
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
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    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week
    Marchesa is undeniably one of the most sought-after names in the fashion world, and for them to have their first ever bridal show in Barcelona, Spain was as big of a deal as one would imagine. When one thinks of Marchesa, one tends to start thinking of nymphs, unicorns, and…[Read more]

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    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one of the most sought-after names in the fashion world, and for them to have their first ever bridal show in Barcelona, Spain was as big of a deal as one would imagine. When one thinks of Marchesa, one tends to start thinking of nymphs, unicorns, and ethereal beings; all things that sum up exactly what the brand portrays on their runways: a type of magical fairytale brought to life. This is as much the case for their bridal collections as one would expect from a haute couture show. The Bridal 2020 show was thus magical from start to finish, as prominently seen from their runway decor. Held in the gardens outside of the Palau Reial, a former royally approved palace that the Spanish royal family used to stay in during their visits to the city of Barcelona, the runways were adorned with chandeliers among the gardens that set the mood just right for what the crowd was waiting for. As the sun set and the runway lit up, one would be no less than mesmerized by the visions of Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. As the fashion world progresses and creates new styles for the modern bride, at Marchesa they stay true to what most brides want to be: a dreamy princess. Gowns adorned with petals and flowers, detailed ruffles that are both otherworldly yet put together in a delicate way, dresses made with layers of tulle, followed by others that were more minimal, and the largest bows one could ever imagine, the show most definitely did not sell short from expectation. Even their largest gowns flowed smoothly as the models made it down the runway, their ears decorated with large floral earrings. From puffy tulle sleeves to mesmerizing capes and robes as alternatives to the classic veil, it was everything one would expect from a Marchesa show, yet somehow even more so. They did not just create an exquisite, dainty, and elegant collection; they sold every bride all across the world their dream. written by Lara Zibari Click HERE to view the full Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 collection. #article #marchesa #marchesabridal #marchessaarticle #marchesabridalarticle #marchesass20 #larazibari #vbbfw #vbbfwarticle #xxlcomunicacion #xxlcomunicacionarticle 61056754_1169285029909843_1187482264624168960_n60846986_1169285096576503_5912945604559896576_o60901200_1169285126576500_2235757427934887936_o60886372_1169285053243174_3027041092785668096_o
    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one
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    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one of the most sought-after names in the fashion world, and for them to have their first ever bridal show in Barcelona, Spain was as big of a deal as one would imagine. When one thinks of Marchesa, one tends to start thinking of nymphs, unicorns, and ethereal beings; all things that sum up exactly what the brand portrays on their runways: a type of magical fairytale brought to life. This is as much the case for their bridal collections as one would expect from a haute couture show. The Bridal 2020 show was thus magical from start to finish, as prominently seen from their runway decor. Held in the gardens outside of the Palau Reial, a former royally approved palace that the Spanish royal family used to stay in during their visits to the city of Barcelona, the runways were adorned with chandeliers among the gardens that set the mood just right for what the crowd was waiting for. As the sun set and the runway lit up, one would be no less than mesmerized by the visions of Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. As the fashion world progresses and creates new styles for the modern bride, at Marchesa they stay true to what most brides want to be: a dreamy princess. Gowns adorned with petals and flowers, detailed ruffles that are both otherworldly yet put together in a delicate way, dresses made with layers of tulle, followed by others that were more minimal, and the largest bows one could ever imagine, the show most definitely did not sell short from expectation. Even their largest gowns flowed smoothly as the models made it down the runway, their ears decorated with large floral earrings. From puffy tulle sleeves to mesmerizing capes and robes as alternatives to the classic veil, it was everything one would expect from a Marchesa show, yet somehow even more so. They did not just create an exquisite, dainty, and elegant collection; they sold every bride all across the world their dream. written by Lara Zibari Click HERE to view the full Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 collection. #article #marchesa #marchesabridal #marchessaarticle #marchesabridalarticle #marchesass20 #larazibari #vbbfw #vbbfwarticle #xxlcomunicacion #xxlcomunicacionarticle 61056754_1169285029909843_1187482264624168960_n60846986_1169285096576503_5912945604559896576_o60901200_1169285126576500_2235757427934887936_o60886372_1169285053243174_3027041092785668096_o
    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one
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    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one of the most sought-after names in the fashion world, and for them to have their first ever bridal show in Barcelona, Spain was as big of a deal as one would imagine. When one thinks of Marchesa, one tends to start thinking of nymphs, unicorns, and ethereal beings; all things that sum up exactly what the brand portrays on their runways: a type of magical fairytale brought to life. This is as much the case for their bridal collections as one would expect from a haute couture show. The Bridal 2020 show was thus magical from start to finish, as prominently seen from their runway decor. Held in the gardens outside of the Palau Reial, a former royally approved palace that the Spanish royal family used to stay in during their visits to the city of Barcelona, the runways were adorned with chandeliers among the gardens that set the mood just right for what the crowd was waiting for. As the sun set and the runway lit up, one would be no less than mesmerized by the visions of Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. As the fashion world progresses and creates new styles for the modern bride, at Marchesa they stay true to what most brides want to be: a dreamy princess. Gowns adorned with petals and flowers, detailed ruffles that are both otherworldly yet put together in a delicate way, dresses made with layers of tulle, followed by others that were more minimal, and the largest bows one could ever imagine, the show most definitely did not sell short from expectation. Even their largest gowns flowed smoothly as the models made it down the runway, their ears decorated with large floral earrings. From puffy tulle sleeves to mesmerizing capes and robes as alternatives to the classic veil, it was everything one would expect from a Marchesa show, yet somehow even more so. They did not just create an exquisite, dainty, and elegant collection; they sold every bride all across the world their dream. written by Lara Zibari Click HERE to view the full Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 collection. #article #marchesa #marchesabridal #marchessaarticle #marchesabridalarticle #marchesass20 #larazibari #vbbfw #vbbfwarticle #xxlcomunicacion #xxlcomunicacionarticle 61056754_1169285029909843_1187482264624168960_n60846986_1169285096576503_5912945604559896576_o60901200_1169285126576500_2235757427934887936_o60886372_1169285053243174_3027041092785668096_o
    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one
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    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one of the most sought-after names in the fashion world, and for them to have their first ever bridal show in Barcelona, Spain was as big of a deal as one would imagine. When one thinks of Marchesa, one tends to start thinking of nymphs, unicorns, and ethereal beings; all things that sum up exactly what the brand portrays on their runways: a type of magical fairytale brought to life. This is as much the case for their bridal collections as one would expect from a haute couture show. The Bridal 2020 show was thus magical from start to finish, as prominently seen from their runway decor. Held in the gardens outside of the Palau Reial, a former royally approved palace that the Spanish royal family used to stay in during their visits to the city of Barcelona, the runways were adorned with chandeliers among the gardens that set the mood just right for what the crowd was waiting for. As the sun set and the runway lit up, one would be no less than mesmerized by the visions of Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. As the fashion world progresses and creates new styles for the modern bride, at Marchesa they stay true to what most brides want to be: a dreamy princess. Gowns adorned with petals and flowers, detailed ruffles that are both otherworldly yet put together in a delicate way, dresses made with layers of tulle, followed by others that were more minimal, and the largest bows one could ever imagine, the show most definitely did not sell short from expectation. Even their largest gowns flowed smoothly as the models made it down the runway, their ears decorated with large floral earrings. From puffy tulle sleeves to mesmerizing capes and robes as alternatives to the classic veil, it was everything one would expect from a Marchesa show, yet somehow even more so. They did not just create an exquisite, dainty, and elegant collection; they sold every bride all across the world their dream. written by Lara Zibari Click HERE to view the full Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 collection. #article #marchesa #marchesabridal #marchessaarticle #marchesabridalarticle #marchesass20 #larazibari #vbbfw #vbbfwarticle #xxlcomunicacion #xxlcomunicacionarticle 61056754_1169285029909843_1187482264624168960_n60846986_1169285096576503_5912945604559896576_o60901200_1169285126576500_2235757427934887936_o60886372_1169285053243174_3027041092785668096_o
    Marchesa Bridal Spring 2020 during Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Marchesa is undeniably one
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    Bohn Jsell Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week
    Designed and housed in New York City, Bohn Jsell held a presentation for its latest Fall Winter 2018 collection titled “Pergatory.” This season is one to be remembered. Immediately walking into the room, the collection reminded me of 80’s rocker vibes. The models wore colorful lipstick, smu…[Read more]

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 7 months ago

    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week
    Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classic…[Read more]

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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, perfectly named “Battlefield to Ballroom”, was a mixture of classy timeless pieces with an army-chic androgynous edge. Set in the stately Simpson’s in the Strand, the models elegantly marched to a mix match of vintage country rock and roll, classical music and finished with Christina Aguilera’s retro pop song “Candyman,” highlighting the vintage aesthetic and contrasting themes seen throughout the collection. The colour palette included blacks, vivid reds, classic navys, mid blues, army greens and olives, auburn browns, mustard and ornate golds. The designer’s expert eye for tailoring was evident with clean cut military inspired wool blazers and coats in vibrant show stopping reds and classic navys. Leather pieces led the way including fitted leather leggings, dresses, pencil skirts and hard-edged blazer jackets topped off with gold contrast trims along the pockets and collars for that nod to luxe historical army attire. Many dresses resembled military uniforms. Also seen were classic check trousers, cozy chunky knitwear and stylish tweed blazers and coats. The militant looks were juxtaposed with classic velvet corduroy pieces, check day dresses and heavyweight woven dresses with flamboyant frills and ruffles that came in a variety of large scale wallpaper floral fabrics. The collection ended on a high with ornate floral jacquard dresses perfect for a classy soirée and extravagant gowns with references to historical silhouettes. Accessories included ornate bejeweled brooches and statement earrings and necklaces to match, leather satchels and belt bags with military detailing, lace up heels and the occasional leather belt. The models sported slicked back top knots, except for the occasional bob and afro. Thick, bold eyeliner was worn by all for an edgy yet chic look. Overall Paul Costelloe’s AW19 fashion army flaunted a perfect clash of subtle militant masculinity and lavish feminine elegance. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #paulcostelloearticle #paulcostelloe #paulcostelloefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #tracepublicity #tracepublicityarticle #lfw hauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-6448-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5647-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5261-dbhauturely_aw19-paulcostelloe-5138-db
    Paul Costelloe Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Paul Costelloe AW19’s collection, per
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    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week
    Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee AW19 collection was as avant-garde as it was pretty. The designer drew inspiration from Pierre Boncompain, an artist known for his still life paintings and distinct use of vivid colors. Set in the ornate crypt at St Martin-In-the-Fields church in…[Read more]

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    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee AW19 collection was as avant-garde as it was pretty. The designer drew inspiration from Pierre Boncompain, an artist known for his still life paintings and distinct use of vivid colors. Set in the ornate crypt at St Martin-In-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square, retro jazz music could be heard while the statuesque models stood in a grid made of white petals. The striking color palette consisted of pastel pinks, salmon, dusty blues, mints, muted browns, navy and accents of yellow, magenta and orange. It was experimental elegance with boxy tweed dresses sporting square necklines, corset detailing incorporated into shirt dresses and dresses with drawstring cut out details along the waist. A particular favorite was a pink dress displaying an all-over flower vase print paying homage to Boncompain. Casual parkas were also feminized with puff sleeves and peplums. Many pieces displayed a deconstructed look and fabric blocking was key. A memorable outfit included a color blocked shirt, half plain, half striped and a skirt to match. Androgynous checks dominated the collection with double breasted check blazers, pleated skirts and dresses. Stand out pieces included an alternating check dress and an oversized fit and flare check blazer with cocoon sleeves, paired with a two-tone matching skirt. The pieces overall also had a nostalgic fifties flair and femininity. Accessories resembled one of a kind pieces of art with triangular shaped bags and avant-garde metal handles, lust worthy two tone flats and heels and gold statement earrings. The models sported soft makeup with rosy blush and brown eyeshadow. The hairstyles seen were classy buns, bobs and ponytails with hair bands and ties matching the prints from the collection. Overall Gayeon Lee’s AW19 collection was a sophisticated mix match of innovation and timeless style. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #gayeonleearticle #gayeonlee #gayeonleefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle #lfw hauturely_0q2a1145hauturely_0q2a1226-2hauturely_0q2a1167hauturely_0q2a1156
    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee
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    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee AW19 collection was as avant-garde as it was pretty. The designer drew inspiration from Pierre Boncompain, an artist known for his still life paintings and distinct use of vivid colors. Set in the ornate crypt at St Martin-In-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square, retro jazz music could be heard while the statuesque models stood in a grid made of white petals. The striking color palette consisted of pastel pinks, salmon, dusty blues, mints, muted browns, navy and accents of yellow, magenta and orange. It was experimental elegance with boxy tweed dresses sporting square necklines, corset detailing incorporated into shirt dresses and dresses with drawstring cut out details along the waist. A particular favorite was a pink dress displaying an all-over flower vase print paying homage to Boncompain. Casual parkas were also feminized with puff sleeves and peplums. Many pieces displayed a deconstructed look and fabric blocking was key. A memorable outfit included a color blocked shirt, half plain, half striped and a skirt to match. Androgynous checks dominated the collection with double breasted check blazers, pleated skirts and dresses. Stand out pieces included an alternating check dress and an oversized fit and flare check blazer with cocoon sleeves, paired with a two-tone matching skirt. The pieces overall also had a nostalgic fifties flair and femininity. Accessories resembled one of a kind pieces of art with triangular shaped bags and avant-garde metal handles, lust worthy two tone flats and heels and gold statement earrings. The models sported soft makeup with rosy blush and brown eyeshadow. The hairstyles seen were classy buns, bobs and ponytails with hair bands and ties matching the prints from the collection. Overall Gayeon Lee’s AW19 collection was a sophisticated mix match of innovation and timeless style. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #gayeonleearticle #gayeonlee #gayeonleefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle #lfw hauturely_0q2a1145hauturely_0q2a1226-2hauturely_0q2a1167hauturely_0q2a1156
    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee
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    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee AW19 collection was as avant-garde as it was pretty. The designer drew inspiration from Pierre Boncompain, an artist known for his still life paintings and distinct use of vivid colors. Set in the ornate crypt at St Martin-In-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square, retro jazz music could be heard while the statuesque models stood in a grid made of white petals. The striking color palette consisted of pastel pinks, salmon, dusty blues, mints, muted browns, navy and accents of yellow, magenta and orange. It was experimental elegance with boxy tweed dresses sporting square necklines, corset detailing incorporated into shirt dresses and dresses with drawstring cut out details along the waist. A particular favorite was a pink dress displaying an all-over flower vase print paying homage to Boncompain. Casual parkas were also feminized with puff sleeves and peplums. Many pieces displayed a deconstructed look and fabric blocking was key. A memorable outfit included a color blocked shirt, half plain, half striped and a skirt to match. Androgynous checks dominated the collection with double breasted check blazers, pleated skirts and dresses. Stand out pieces included an alternating check dress and an oversized fit and flare check blazer with cocoon sleeves, paired with a two-tone matching skirt. The pieces overall also had a nostalgic fifties flair and femininity. Accessories resembled one of a kind pieces of art with triangular shaped bags and avant-garde metal handles, lust worthy two tone flats and heels and gold statement earrings. The models sported soft makeup with rosy blush and brown eyeshadow. The hairstyles seen were classy buns, bobs and ponytails with hair bands and ties matching the prints from the collection. Overall Gayeon Lee’s AW19 collection was a sophisticated mix match of innovation and timeless style. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #gayeonleearticle #gayeonlee #gayeonleefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle #lfw hauturely_0q2a1145hauturely_0q2a1226-2hauturely_0q2a1167hauturely_0q2a1156
    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee
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    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee AW19 collection was as avant-garde as it was pretty. The designer drew inspiration from Pierre Boncompain, an artist known for his still life paintings and distinct use of vivid colors. Set in the ornate crypt at St Martin-In-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square, retro jazz music could be heard while the statuesque models stood in a grid made of white petals. The striking color palette consisted of pastel pinks, salmon, dusty blues, mints, muted browns, navy and accents of yellow, magenta and orange. It was experimental elegance with boxy tweed dresses sporting square necklines, corset detailing incorporated into shirt dresses and dresses with drawstring cut out details along the waist. A particular favorite was a pink dress displaying an all-over flower vase print paying homage to Boncompain. Casual parkas were also feminized with puff sleeves and peplums. Many pieces displayed a deconstructed look and fabric blocking was key. A memorable outfit included a color blocked shirt, half plain, half striped and a skirt to match. Androgynous checks dominated the collection with double breasted check blazers, pleated skirts and dresses. Stand out pieces included an alternating check dress and an oversized fit and flare check blazer with cocoon sleeves, paired with a two-tone matching skirt. The pieces overall also had a nostalgic fifties flair and femininity. Accessories resembled one of a kind pieces of art with triangular shaped bags and avant-garde metal handles, lust worthy two tone flats and heels and gold statement earrings. The models sported soft makeup with rosy blush and brown eyeshadow. The hairstyles seen were classy buns, bobs and ponytails with hair bands and ties matching the prints from the collection. Overall Gayeon Lee’s AW19 collection was a sophisticated mix match of innovation and timeless style. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 collection. #article #gayeonleearticle #gayeonlee #gayeonleefw19 #janeighodaro #fw19 #lfwfw19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle #lfw hauturely_0q2a1145hauturely_0q2a1226-2hauturely_0q2a1167hauturely_0q2a1156
    Gayeon Lee Autumn Winter 2019 during London Fashion Week Artsy, elegant and eclectic, the Gayeon Lee
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    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week
    HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focuses on the details of the emblem of ancient Chines tradition. You could see the embrace of simplicity and cleanliness of new designs in its sophisticated minimal vision. Inspiration comes from construction and deconstruction, tradition and…[Read more]

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    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focuses on the details of the emblem of ancient Chines tradition. You could see the embrace of simplicity and cleanliness of new designs in its sophisticated minimal vision. Inspiration comes from construction and deconstruction, tradition and innovation. The jewels of this collection told the story of older cultures in the contemporary art. They focused on emblematic figurative embroidery that shows us the accent that our designer puts on the Chines ethic minorities, tradition,and protection of the woman’s value, and sustainable development. HUI used a lot of interesting fabric combinations like overlapping cashmere wool with immaterial, almost evanescent, and translucent silk to natural alpacas. Feminine asymmetries made of technical off-white wool heated the impalpable organza, while iridescent velvet and shiny sequins illuminated fluidity. The most used colors are silver, milk, maple, caramel, gold, camel, lime, mastic and sepia. The shapes shown were A-pencil, flared, dressing gown, and tunic. HUI put a strong accent on accessories. Thus, you could often see earrings, necklaces and brooches, bags, hat and embroidered slippers. written by Bianca Nita Click HERE to view the full HUI Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #huiarticle #hui #huifw19 #biancanita #fw19 #mfwfw19 #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle #mfw hauturely_look32hauturely_look25hauturely_look27hauturely_look22
    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focus
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    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focuses on the details of the emblem of ancient Chines tradition. You could see the embrace of simplicity and cleanliness of new designs in its sophisticated minimal vision. Inspiration comes from construction and deconstruction, tradition and innovation. The jewels of this collection told the story of older cultures in the contemporary art. They focused on emblematic figurative embroidery that shows us the accent that our designer puts on the Chines ethic minorities, tradition,and protection of the woman’s value, and sustainable development. HUI used a lot of interesting fabric combinations like overlapping cashmere wool with immaterial, almost evanescent, and translucent silk to natural alpacas. Feminine asymmetries made of technical off-white wool heated the impalpable organza, while iridescent velvet and shiny sequins illuminated fluidity. The most used colors are silver, milk, maple, caramel, gold, camel, lime, mastic and sepia. The shapes shown were A-pencil, flared, dressing gown, and tunic. HUI put a strong accent on accessories. Thus, you could often see earrings, necklaces and brooches, bags, hat and embroidered slippers. written by Bianca Nita Click HERE to view the full HUI Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #huiarticle #hui #huifw19 #biancanita #fw19 #mfwfw19 #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle #mfw hauturely_look32hauturely_look25hauturely_look27hauturely_look22
    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focus
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    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focuses on the details of the emblem of ancient Chines tradition. You could see the embrace of simplicity and cleanliness of new designs in its sophisticated minimal vision. Inspiration comes from construction and deconstruction, tradition and innovation. The jewels of this collection told the story of older cultures in the contemporary art. They focused on emblematic figurative embroidery that shows us the accent that our designer puts on the Chines ethic minorities, tradition,and protection of the woman’s value, and sustainable development. HUI used a lot of interesting fabric combinations like overlapping cashmere wool with immaterial, almost evanescent, and translucent silk to natural alpacas. Feminine asymmetries made of technical off-white wool heated the impalpable organza, while iridescent velvet and shiny sequins illuminated fluidity. The most used colors are silver, milk, maple, caramel, gold, camel, lime, mastic and sepia. The shapes shown were A-pencil, flared, dressing gown, and tunic. HUI put a strong accent on accessories. Thus, you could often see earrings, necklaces and brooches, bags, hat and embroidered slippers. written by Bianca Nita Click HERE to view the full HUI Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #huiarticle #hui #huifw19 #biancanita #fw19 #mfwfw19 #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle #mfw hauturely_look32hauturely_look25hauturely_look27hauturely_look22
    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focus
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    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focuses on the details of the emblem of ancient Chines tradition. You could see the embrace of simplicity and cleanliness of new designs in its sophisticated minimal vision. Inspiration comes from construction and deconstruction, tradition and innovation. The jewels of this collection told the story of older cultures in the contemporary art. They focused on emblematic figurative embroidery that shows us the accent that our designer puts on the Chines ethic minorities, tradition,and protection of the woman’s value, and sustainable development. HUI used a lot of interesting fabric combinations like overlapping cashmere wool with immaterial, almost evanescent, and translucent silk to natural alpacas. Feminine asymmetries made of technical off-white wool heated the impalpable organza, while iridescent velvet and shiny sequins illuminated fluidity. The most used colors are silver, milk, maple, caramel, gold, camel, lime, mastic and sepia. The shapes shown were A-pencil, flared, dressing gown, and tunic. HUI put a strong accent on accessories. Thus, you could often see earrings, necklaces and brooches, bags, hat and embroidered slippers. written by Bianca Nita Click HERE to view the full HUI Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #huiarticle #hui #huifw19 #biancanita #fw19 #mfwfw19 #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle #mfw hauturely_look32hauturely_look25hauturely_look27hauturely_look22
    HUI Fall Winter 2019 during Milan Fashion Week HUI presented a new fall winter collection that focus
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 7 months ago

    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career…[Read more]

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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had the pleasure to come to the Grand Palais to admire the new Couture collection from Alexandre VAUTHIER, a French name well known in fashion right now for his taste of ambitious and seductive party dresses. Alexandre VAUTHIER started his career working for MUGLER and Jean Paul GAUTHIER and now he fascinates with his own DNA for strong and seductive women. His silhouettes are loved for their festive style, where we are reminded of the trend of disco nights. Alexandre VAUTHIER is a growing star designer in French Haute Couture, having top models in his shows like Bella HADID, Bianca PADILLA and Yasmin WIJNALDUM. He also makes dresses for celebrities like Beyonce, the Jenner’s and Kardashians. As VIP invitees, we could see the famous influencer Chiara FERRAGNI and the comeback of Celine DION, who sat on the front row expressing her high emotion reactions to the amazing pieces. This season is interesting compared to the previous ones: instead of making a femme fatale collection researching the sexiest looks for special nights, Alexandre VAUTHIER explored the day wear to express a Neo Parisian Chic woman using vintage aesthetic, reminding of the sixties with songs of Francoise HARDY. The first look is the announcement of the strong elements of the collection: the knots. Designed with a noble white satin silk bow, the designer has the body strapless bubble dress entirely covered of black sequins. We also find it with silk blouses, worked in a casual Couture matching with a black Smoking or a Vintage look Suit. The designer also made the look with super oversize balloon sleeves to give a majestic allure. The VAUTHIER woman will appreciate for this summer, smooth silhouettes with sculptural shapes by the drapes effects and still this taste for extravagance using waterfalls of oversize ruffles to have epaulettes and low-necked shapes. For evening looks, we can choose the sparkling crystals illuminating a beige mini dress or a black sequined combination with a big V neckline, accessorized with dangling earrings and vintage sunglasses. The collection is more on shades of black and white and beige, some vivid colors pay more attention like on a crystalline emerald gown with matched high boots. A feline taste is also noticed with panther prints dress and mini shorts. Real Fur is also invited with this unique lynx coat that surprises when designers prefer to use faux fur for “moral reasons”. VAUTHIER explains that the coat has been made of upcycling fur and that it was not acceptable to put a faux fur in a Couture Collection. The wedding dress didn’t close the show as in traditional Couture collections, because it’s not a traditional one. If you want to say “Yes, I do” in VAUTHIER, the best place will be the beach: a white bodysuit who plays hide and seek with the transparency of veil and the trail. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Alexandre Vauthier Couture Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #alexandrevauthierarticle #alexandrevauthier #alexandrevauthierss19 #younessboumia #ss19 #hcfwss19 #hcfwarticle #stationservicearticle #stationservice #hcfw hauturely_54518775_1119413994896947_1950337287539654656_o_1119413991563614hauturely_53685656_1119414624896884_6417949813433696256_o_1119414608230219hauturely_53413464_1119413314897015_7920193180161540096_o_1119413308230349hauturely_54278018_1119413864896960_7962077589562982400_o_1119413858230294
    Sparkling Sixties at Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week We had
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    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week
    Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collection epitomized female empowerment, a lady’s strength, allure and diverse beauty. The designer drew inspiration from “an independent woman…a feminine, seductive leader who is at the same time opulent and chic.”

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    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collection epitomized female empowerment, a lady’s strength, allure and diverse beauty. The designer drew inspiration from “an independent woman…a feminine, seductive leader who is at the same time opulent and chic.” The collection presented in the elegant Cecil Sharp House had a dazzling start. The models walked gracefully along the catwalk to the beautiful sound of piano playing and live music from Benedict Cork. The heavenly Munroe Bergdorf, transgender model and activist, opened the show wearing a diamanté statement tee with the poignant words “I don’t follow, I lead.\" The tee was teamed with glitzy wide leg sequin trousers. Show stopping. The powerful t-shirt was next worn by Kate Grant, a model with Down’s syndrome, further reinforcing the message that the true beauty lies within diversity. The diverse choice of models throughout the show also reflected the importance of inclusion. The colour palette was unrestricted. Colours ranged from strong blacks, pops of blue and reds to light greys, ethereal whites, baby pinks and accents of metallic silvers and golds. Lingerie-like pieces were key including a notable white lace corset top paired with grey trousers, a black lace bodysuit paired with sheer organza drawstring trousers and a cropped corset top with lace up detailing. One word: sultry. Blazers meant business with structured oversized blazer dresses and silky blazer trouser combinations. A particularly striking piece was a cropped houndstooth suit with oversized angled details along the shoulders and sleeve heads and an asymmetric panelled skirt to match exposing sultry knee-high lace stockings. Truly classy, sassy and bold. Shimmer and shine also dominated the catwalk with sequin slit trousers shimmering across the catwalk. A glitzy purple and black cropped jacket with a long flowy train also stole the show. Ornate fabrics like jacquards and velvets were also prominent. Embellished necklines on jumpsuits and tops also added a luxe feel. Transparency was key and elegant dresses were made out of glistening glitter mesh and oversized tulle exposing undergarments and corset panelling. A particularly memorable moment was when one of the glamorous models and her adorable 4-year-old counterpart glided along the catwalk in dreamy matching white hand embellished tulle dresses. Truly ethereal. At times, retro silhouettes were on show including a white cropped halter neck top and skirt as well as a large houndstooth wool cropped top and matching skirt. The accessories included hats resembling retro flight attendant caps, oversized fedoras, mesh lace gloves, seductive fishnet tights and socks, and the occasional statement hoop earrings. Leather briefcases were also seen. The hairstyles on show were eclectic with a general subtle nostalgic feel with slicked back buns, waves or cropped hair. Models sported a pop of colour along the eyes and dewy skin. Overall, the collection was incredibly elegant, eclectic and subtly political. Throw in some ethereal glitz and glamour and you have a collection perfect for a powerful woman who confidently says “I don’t follow, I lead.\" written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Chanel Joan Elkayam Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chaneljoanelkayam #chaneljoanelkayamarticle #chaneljoanelkayamfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticleMUNROE BERGDORFRayLeeS85A0707RayLeeS85A1067RayLeeS85A1260
    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collectio
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    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collection epitomized female empowerment, a lady’s strength, allure and diverse beauty. The designer drew inspiration from “an independent woman…a feminine, seductive leader who is at the same time opulent and chic.” The collection presented in the elegant Cecil Sharp House had a dazzling start. The models walked gracefully along the catwalk to the beautiful sound of piano playing and live music from Benedict Cork. The heavenly Munroe Bergdorf, transgender model and activist, opened the show wearing a diamanté statement tee with the poignant words “I don’t follow, I lead.\" The tee was teamed with glitzy wide leg sequin trousers. Show stopping. The powerful t-shirt was next worn by Kate Grant, a model with Down’s syndrome, further reinforcing the message that the true beauty lies within diversity. The diverse choice of models throughout the show also reflected the importance of inclusion. The colour palette was unrestricted. Colours ranged from strong blacks, pops of blue and reds to light greys, ethereal whites, baby pinks and accents of metallic silvers and golds. Lingerie-like pieces were key including a notable white lace corset top paired with grey trousers, a black lace bodysuit paired with sheer organza drawstring trousers and a cropped corset top with lace up detailing. One word: sultry. Blazers meant business with structured oversized blazer dresses and silky blazer trouser combinations. A particularly striking piece was a cropped houndstooth suit with oversized angled details along the shoulders and sleeve heads and an asymmetric panelled skirt to match exposing sultry knee-high lace stockings. Truly classy, sassy and bold. Shimmer and shine also dominated the catwalk with sequin slit trousers shimmering across the catwalk. A glitzy purple and black cropped jacket with a long flowy train also stole the show. Ornate fabrics like jacquards and velvets were also prominent. Embellished necklines on jumpsuits and tops also added a luxe feel. Transparency was key and elegant dresses were made out of glistening glitter mesh and oversized tulle exposing undergarments and corset panelling. A particularly memorable moment was when one of the glamorous models and her adorable 4-year-old counterpart glided along the catwalk in dreamy matching white hand embellished tulle dresses. Truly ethereal. At times, retro silhouettes were on show including a white cropped halter neck top and skirt as well as a large houndstooth wool cropped top and matching skirt. The accessories included hats resembling retro flight attendant caps, oversized fedoras, mesh lace gloves, seductive fishnet tights and socks, and the occasional statement hoop earrings. Leather briefcases were also seen. The hairstyles on show were eclectic with a general subtle nostalgic feel with slicked back buns, waves or cropped hair. Models sported a pop of colour along the eyes and dewy skin. Overall, the collection was incredibly elegant, eclectic and subtly political. Throw in some ethereal glitz and glamour and you have a collection perfect for a powerful woman who confidently says “I don’t follow, I lead.\" written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Chanel Joan Elkayam Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chaneljoanelkayam #chaneljoanelkayamarticle #chaneljoanelkayamfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticleMUNROE BERGDORFRayLeeS85A0707RayLeeS85A1067RayLeeS85A1260
    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collectio
    hauturely posted an update
    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collection epitomized female empowerment, a lady’s strength, allure and diverse beauty. The designer drew inspiration from “an independent woman…a feminine, seductive leader who is at the same time opulent and chic.” The collection presented in the elegant Cecil Sharp House had a dazzling start. The models walked gracefully along the catwalk to the beautiful sound of piano playing and live music from Benedict Cork. The heavenly Munroe Bergdorf, transgender model and activist, opened the show wearing a diamanté statement tee with the poignant words “I don’t follow, I lead.\" The tee was teamed with glitzy wide leg sequin trousers. Show stopping. The powerful t-shirt was next worn by Kate Grant, a model with Down’s syndrome, further reinforcing the message that the true beauty lies within diversity. The diverse choice of models throughout the show also reflected the importance of inclusion. The colour palette was unrestricted. Colours ranged from strong blacks, pops of blue and reds to light greys, ethereal whites, baby pinks and accents of metallic silvers and golds. Lingerie-like pieces were key including a notable white lace corset top paired with grey trousers, a black lace bodysuit paired with sheer organza drawstring trousers and a cropped corset top with lace up detailing. One word: sultry. Blazers meant business with structured oversized blazer dresses and silky blazer trouser combinations. A particularly striking piece was a cropped houndstooth suit with oversized angled details along the shoulders and sleeve heads and an asymmetric panelled skirt to match exposing sultry knee-high lace stockings. Truly classy, sassy and bold. Shimmer and shine also dominated the catwalk with sequin slit trousers shimmering across the catwalk. A glitzy purple and black cropped jacket with a long flowy train also stole the show. Ornate fabrics like jacquards and velvets were also prominent. Embellished necklines on jumpsuits and tops also added a luxe feel. Transparency was key and elegant dresses were made out of glistening glitter mesh and oversized tulle exposing undergarments and corset panelling. A particularly memorable moment was when one of the glamorous models and her adorable 4-year-old counterpart glided along the catwalk in dreamy matching white hand embellished tulle dresses. Truly ethereal. At times, retro silhouettes were on show including a white cropped halter neck top and skirt as well as a large houndstooth wool cropped top and matching skirt. The accessories included hats resembling retro flight attendant caps, oversized fedoras, mesh lace gloves, seductive fishnet tights and socks, and the occasional statement hoop earrings. Leather briefcases were also seen. The hairstyles on show were eclectic with a general subtle nostalgic feel with slicked back buns, waves or cropped hair. Models sported a pop of colour along the eyes and dewy skin. Overall, the collection was incredibly elegant, eclectic and subtly political. Throw in some ethereal glitz and glamour and you have a collection perfect for a powerful woman who confidently says “I don’t follow, I lead.\" written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Chanel Joan Elkayam Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chaneljoanelkayam #chaneljoanelkayamarticle #chaneljoanelkayamfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticleMUNROE BERGDORFRayLeeS85A0707RayLeeS85A1067RayLeeS85A1260
    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collectio
    hauturely posted an update
    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collection epitomized female empowerment, a lady’s strength, allure and diverse beauty. The designer drew inspiration from “an independent woman…a feminine, seductive leader who is at the same time opulent and chic.” The collection presented in the elegant Cecil Sharp House had a dazzling start. The models walked gracefully along the catwalk to the beautiful sound of piano playing and live music from Benedict Cork. The heavenly Munroe Bergdorf, transgender model and activist, opened the show wearing a diamanté statement tee with the poignant words “I don’t follow, I lead.\" The tee was teamed with glitzy wide leg sequin trousers. Show stopping. The powerful t-shirt was next worn by Kate Grant, a model with Down’s syndrome, further reinforcing the message that the true beauty lies within diversity. The diverse choice of models throughout the show also reflected the importance of inclusion. The colour palette was unrestricted. Colours ranged from strong blacks, pops of blue and reds to light greys, ethereal whites, baby pinks and accents of metallic silvers and golds. Lingerie-like pieces were key including a notable white lace corset top paired with grey trousers, a black lace bodysuit paired with sheer organza drawstring trousers and a cropped corset top with lace up detailing. One word: sultry. Blazers meant business with structured oversized blazer dresses and silky blazer trouser combinations. A particularly striking piece was a cropped houndstooth suit with oversized angled details along the shoulders and sleeve heads and an asymmetric panelled skirt to match exposing sultry knee-high lace stockings. Truly classy, sassy and bold. Shimmer and shine also dominated the catwalk with sequin slit trousers shimmering across the catwalk. A glitzy purple and black cropped jacket with a long flowy train also stole the show. Ornate fabrics like jacquards and velvets were also prominent. Embellished necklines on jumpsuits and tops also added a luxe feel. Transparency was key and elegant dresses were made out of glistening glitter mesh and oversized tulle exposing undergarments and corset panelling. A particularly memorable moment was when one of the glamorous models and her adorable 4-year-old counterpart glided along the catwalk in dreamy matching white hand embellished tulle dresses. Truly ethereal. At times, retro silhouettes were on show including a white cropped halter neck top and skirt as well as a large houndstooth wool cropped top and matching skirt. The accessories included hats resembling retro flight attendant caps, oversized fedoras, mesh lace gloves, seductive fishnet tights and socks, and the occasional statement hoop earrings. Leather briefcases were also seen. The hairstyles on show were eclectic with a general subtle nostalgic feel with slicked back buns, waves or cropped hair. Models sported a pop of colour along the eyes and dewy skin. Overall, the collection was incredibly elegant, eclectic and subtly political. Throw in some ethereal glitz and glamour and you have a collection perfect for a powerful woman who confidently says “I don’t follow, I lead.\" written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Chanel Joan Elkayam Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chaneljoanelkayam #chaneljoanelkayamarticle #chaneljoanelkayamfw19 #fw19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticleMUNROE BERGDORFRayLeeS85A0707RayLeeS85A1067RayLeeS85A1260
    Chanel Joan Elkayam Autumn Winter 2019 at London Fashion Week Chanel Joan Elkayam’s AW19 collectio
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    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week
    Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tinkles. Clad in a crystal-fringed tribal motif printed on a jumpsuit, she pulls through an air of mystery. Her tousled, loose waves fly away from the chiseled frame of her face and her skin that has gently been kissed by the tropical sun suggests her…[Read more]

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    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tinkles. Clad in a crystal-fringed tribal motif printed on a jumpsuit, she pulls through an air of mystery. Her tousled, loose waves fly away from the chiseled frame of her face and her skin that has gently been kissed by the tropical sun suggests her free-spirited aura as she collects souvenirs from lands far away. The couture approach defines the Mario Dice collection for Spring /Summer 2019. His muse is a Betty Catroux of today- the seventies IT-girl with an exceptional style known for her androgynous physique and spidery- long legs. Hats, thickly veiled or not, were a major accessory alongside structured head-size earrings dangling down. The dark pigment enveloping her eyes, wraps her in a wave of mystery as she reinvents her world with treasured sounds, flavors and aromas. It is a tale of an adventurous venture to the continent of South America. Denim graphic patchwork of different canvases of jeans recreates the face of Betty Catroux on a plunging V- neck lined maxi dress. Deep pocket trimmings cater to the ongoing utility trend. The face of the fashion icon also appears on a T-shirt dress made by assembling several silk ribbons, printed with a wax technique. Floor length breezy dresses and Aztec printed- jackets, bright-hued bottoms in purple and green mixes the exclusive craftsmanship of the brand with everlasting creativity. Followed by statement- making separates in candy pink, a ruffled blouse paired with vanilla wide flared trousers. Eyelet openings in jackets, cowboy boots in PVC and leather render a western influence with a contemporary twist. Milky white dresses were seen in plenty, an A-line silhouette with flower appliques, a hooded- plum dress, and a drawstring- neckline with precise focus on details. The highlight of the catwalk has to be the flamingo pink collared- cape trimmed with ruffles, laced with an almost bare front, paired with red knee-length boots. Styled with a platinum sharp bob, we have nothing but one word for it – Otherworldly. Mario Dice brings the tropical sands of the South American continent to the Metropolitan city of Milan, and we are without a doubt blown away. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #mariodice #mariodicearticle #mariodicess19 #ss19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #logospr #logosprarticle hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-11hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-22hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-25hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-1
    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tin
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    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tinkles. Clad in a crystal-fringed tribal motif printed on a jumpsuit, she pulls through an air of mystery. Her tousled, loose waves fly away from the chiseled frame of her face and her skin that has gently been kissed by the tropical sun suggests her free-spirited aura as she collects souvenirs from lands far away. The couture approach defines the Mario Dice collection for Spring /Summer 2019. His muse is a Betty Catroux of today- the seventies IT-girl with an exceptional style known for her androgynous physique and spidery- long legs. Hats, thickly veiled or not, were a major accessory alongside structured head-size earrings dangling down. The dark pigment enveloping her eyes, wraps her in a wave of mystery as she reinvents her world with treasured sounds, flavors and aromas. It is a tale of an adventurous venture to the continent of South America. Denim graphic patchwork of different canvases of jeans recreates the face of Betty Catroux on a plunging V- neck lined maxi dress. Deep pocket trimmings cater to the ongoing utility trend. The face of the fashion icon also appears on a T-shirt dress made by assembling several silk ribbons, printed with a wax technique. Floor length breezy dresses and Aztec printed- jackets, bright-hued bottoms in purple and green mixes the exclusive craftsmanship of the brand with everlasting creativity. Followed by statement- making separates in candy pink, a ruffled blouse paired with vanilla wide flared trousers. Eyelet openings in jackets, cowboy boots in PVC and leather render a western influence with a contemporary twist. Milky white dresses were seen in plenty, an A-line silhouette with flower appliques, a hooded- plum dress, and a drawstring- neckline with precise focus on details. The highlight of the catwalk has to be the flamingo pink collared- cape trimmed with ruffles, laced with an almost bare front, paired with red knee-length boots. Styled with a platinum sharp bob, we have nothing but one word for it – Otherworldly. Mario Dice brings the tropical sands of the South American continent to the Metropolitan city of Milan, and we are without a doubt blown away. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #mariodice #mariodicearticle #mariodicess19 #ss19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #logospr #logosprarticle hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-11hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-22hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-25hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-1
    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tin
    hauturely posted an update
    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tinkles. Clad in a crystal-fringed tribal motif printed on a jumpsuit, she pulls through an air of mystery. Her tousled, loose waves fly away from the chiseled frame of her face and her skin that has gently been kissed by the tropical sun suggests her free-spirited aura as she collects souvenirs from lands far away. The couture approach defines the Mario Dice collection for Spring /Summer 2019. His muse is a Betty Catroux of today- the seventies IT-girl with an exceptional style known for her androgynous physique and spidery- long legs. Hats, thickly veiled or not, were a major accessory alongside structured head-size earrings dangling down. The dark pigment enveloping her eyes, wraps her in a wave of mystery as she reinvents her world with treasured sounds, flavors and aromas. It is a tale of an adventurous venture to the continent of South America. Denim graphic patchwork of different canvases of jeans recreates the face of Betty Catroux on a plunging V- neck lined maxi dress. Deep pocket trimmings cater to the ongoing utility trend. The face of the fashion icon also appears on a T-shirt dress made by assembling several silk ribbons, printed with a wax technique. Floor length breezy dresses and Aztec printed- jackets, bright-hued bottoms in purple and green mixes the exclusive craftsmanship of the brand with everlasting creativity. Followed by statement- making separates in candy pink, a ruffled blouse paired with vanilla wide flared trousers. Eyelet openings in jackets, cowboy boots in PVC and leather render a western influence with a contemporary twist. Milky white dresses were seen in plenty, an A-line silhouette with flower appliques, a hooded- plum dress, and a drawstring- neckline with precise focus on details. The highlight of the catwalk has to be the flamingo pink collared- cape trimmed with ruffles, laced with an almost bare front, paired with red knee-length boots. Styled with a platinum sharp bob, we have nothing but one word for it – Otherworldly. Mario Dice brings the tropical sands of the South American continent to the Metropolitan city of Milan, and we are without a doubt blown away. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #mariodice #mariodicearticle #mariodicess19 #ss19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #logospr #logosprarticle hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-11hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-22hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-25hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-1
    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tin
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    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tinkles. Clad in a crystal-fringed tribal motif printed on a jumpsuit, she pulls through an air of mystery. Her tousled, loose waves fly away from the chiseled frame of her face and her skin that has gently been kissed by the tropical sun suggests her free-spirited aura as she collects souvenirs from lands far away. The couture approach defines the Mario Dice collection for Spring /Summer 2019. His muse is a Betty Catroux of today- the seventies IT-girl with an exceptional style known for her androgynous physique and spidery- long legs. Hats, thickly veiled or not, were a major accessory alongside structured head-size earrings dangling down. The dark pigment enveloping her eyes, wraps her in a wave of mystery as she reinvents her world with treasured sounds, flavors and aromas. It is a tale of an adventurous venture to the continent of South America. Denim graphic patchwork of different canvases of jeans recreates the face of Betty Catroux on a plunging V- neck lined maxi dress. Deep pocket trimmings cater to the ongoing utility trend. The face of the fashion icon also appears on a T-shirt dress made by assembling several silk ribbons, printed with a wax technique. Floor length breezy dresses and Aztec printed- jackets, bright-hued bottoms in purple and green mixes the exclusive craftsmanship of the brand with everlasting creativity. Followed by statement- making separates in candy pink, a ruffled blouse paired with vanilla wide flared trousers. Eyelet openings in jackets, cowboy boots in PVC and leather render a western influence with a contemporary twist. Milky white dresses were seen in plenty, an A-line silhouette with flower appliques, a hooded- plum dress, and a drawstring- neckline with precise focus on details. The highlight of the catwalk has to be the flamingo pink collared- cape trimmed with ruffles, laced with an almost bare front, paired with red knee-length boots. Styled with a platinum sharp bob, we have nothing but one word for it – Otherworldly. Mario Dice brings the tropical sands of the South American continent to the Metropolitan city of Milan, and we are without a doubt blown away. written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #mariodice #mariodicearticle #mariodicess19 #ss19 #daleedassoomar #mfw #mfwarticle #logospr #logosprarticle hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-11hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-22hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-25hauturely_mario-dice-ss19-1
    Mario Dice Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week Fainting lights. Upbeat tunes and tambourine tin
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