Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Monday, September 28, 2009
Wow, I'm at a loss for words in regards to my excitement towards the Spring RTW 2010 collection for Versace. The BOLD and SEXY approach to this collection is very reminiscent to the old days of this always amazingly sexy house.
It's youthful and and fresh style made me make a connection, while watching shows with my own music choice, that this collection would be a dead ringer for my personal wardrobe choices for the Clueless sequel everyone is gabbing about.
The collection is also amongst my top favorite picks for this Springs shoes, from the amazing booties, to the strappy sandals, paired with wood and and metallic silver accent on the heels, the shoes take a very futuristic turn which makes the neon colors from the looks totally cohesive, bringing full circle what I like to call, Clueless Chic..
Its by far my favorite shows from Milan this season..
Natasha Poly KILLS IT at the 8:29 point in the show for Dolce & Gabbana's Spring RTW 2010 Collection. The model finale sent me into one of my moments of being completely speechless, whilst watching this show for the first time.
I had heard the excited rants of many people in attendance of the show about the closing, because you know my first question after "Who Opened?" is "Who Closed?"...
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Finally, a shoot where I actually felt like Stam showed some A game. I'm typically not a huge fan of her's, actually, I've grown to detest her after seeing her at a party where she was wearing sandals and the bottoms of her feet were BLACK, lol.
Shot by Mariano Vivanco for Numero Korea, she proves to probably the only person in the world, (me) that she really does have face.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
The beautiful Kinga Rajzak plays "The Lady Who Fell To Earth" in an amazing editorial shot in true form to his whimsical and imaginative style, photographer Tim Walker. Styled in Alexander McQueen, Chanel and Balenciaga, this shoot brings a fun sense of fashion paired with a truly aspirational theme.
Shot in the English Country side, this shoot was executed perfectly.
Natasha adds yet another Vogue cover to her book with Vogue China for October 2009. I really wish we saw more of her on the covers for Vogue US but with American's lame ass need for celebrities on the covers of FASHION magazines, I guess that's less likely to happen. Its actually the first thing I say when I'm questioned about things I don't like about the American fashion industry.
I'm so looking forward to Fashion Week's in Paris and Milan, its when the real models come out to play.
Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Monday, September 07, 2009
Hitting new stands in NYC September 1oth, MUSE has dedicated AN ENTIRE issue to fashion's (as well as my) personal favorite, Natasha Poly.
Natasha Obsessed is sure to send her even further into the rhelme of the Super's. I've never wanted a magazine so bad, and believe you me, I will have this the day it comes out haha. I knew years ago she would make it, and this issue of Muse just proves it.
Designers like Parada and Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci are head over heels for this 24 year old Queen of the Runway.
Set 1: Natasha by Riccardo Tisci
Set 2: Natasha by Sølve Sundsbø