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Street Style Paris F/W 2013 Looks

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Paris Fashion Week 2013 brought many unique, interesting, and inspiring looks to the runway. This is how they brought it to the streets!!!  How do you feel about the Fashion Capital of the World sense of street style?

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Fall/Winter 2013 Show Models

©ourtesy of TheFashioNistoMGM–Boasting a distinguished lot tailored to the unique taste of Paris’ fashion houses, MGM reveals their show package for the season. Aaron Vernon joins Bastien Grimal Matt King, Sid Ellisdon and others for a key casting option while up and comers are represented with strong candidates that include Satoshi Toda, Reece Sanders and Henry Evans. fashionisto 00

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Fashion: Paris Fall 2012 Favorites

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Basil Soda: The famous Hôtel Ritz located at the Place Vendôme in Paris was a spectacular place to welcome designer Basil Soda’s chic new collection, in a simple and intimate presentation. The prestigious venue, Salons d’Été, permitted the spectators to walk around the room and dissect details and forms that each piece had to offer. The collection Ensembles were elegantly surrounded by open box-like structures as the luxurious chandeliers’ light gleamed upon each look, highlighting their taste and fragile appearances. From the Lebanese designer haute couture to his ready-to-wear collections, Soda certainly creates feminine designs with completely flawless features, almost reflecting a futuristic woman. His looks are red carpet-worthy, with amazing cuts, shapes and vividly flirtatious colors that accentuate the wearer’s curves.

Allude: Looking back on 2009, one can considerably reminisce upon German designer Andrea Karg’s beautiful looks on the runway during New York Fashion Week collection. Fast forward to 2012, designer Karg takes her aptitude and flair under the luminous fashion spotlight in Paris at the Grand Palais. The brand, founded in 1993, is highly recognized for its beautifully soft materials of cashmere and silks. The main material Allude revolves around is cashmere, used to create her first creation almost twenty years ago: a V-neck pullover designed in 15 different shades. The first piece having gone down in Allude’s history, the same soft material persists two decades later Continue reading


Yves Saint Laurent Denver Show

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Yves St. Laurent Global Retrospective to be held at Denver Art Museum

LouLou de LaFalaise, Yves St. Laurent & Marina Schiano

Denver Art Museum is the only museum in the United States to host the global retrospective of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent’s life and work. The exhibit of more than 200 outfits, plus drawings, video and more of the fashion designer works. It opens March 25, 2012. View more photos and styles Here


Bollywood designer ‘Manish Malhotra’

Pays tribute to Kashmir

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Costumer and Fashion Designer Manish Malhotra presented his Kashmir inspired collection on Day Three of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week. Titled Gulaala Aur Giltoor, it was based on the two flowers of Achbal Garden in Kashmir. https://i0.wp.com/www.hindustantimes.com/Images/HTEditImages/Images/Manish-Malhotra-WIFW2.jpgCeleb presence
No Bollywood celeb walked the ramp for the ace designer. However, Urmila Matondkar, Kangna Ranaut and Mahima Chaudhary graced the front row. “Kangna and Mahima were so sweet. They were on the flight with me today and they asked if I have a show today. They came with me as friends to support me. It wasn’t planned. Even Urmila was here,” said the happy designer. From quite some time, Manish has not been getting any showstopper. “I have stopped doing that from two years. The focus here was Kashmir. So I didn’t want any actor on the ramp to take away the focus. So when it comes to fashion Continue reading


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F/W: Christian Cota, Rachel Zoe

Day Three New York Fashion Week: Sat., February 11, 2012 ©ourtesy Ann Caruso

Christian Cota went back to his Mexican roots and used Aztec prints, silks, floral embroideries, leather and fur for an incredibly strong presentation that is his best, yet.

Rachel Zoe best known as a celebrity stylist, had her second fashion show this season. She did what she knows best by reinventing the decade of fashion she goes “bananas” over.  She drew inspiration from rock’n’roll glamour of the late ’60s from fashion icons Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithful. (See the full collection.)

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Mercedes-Benz F/W Madrid 2012

Spain’s Emerging Fashion Designer: ‘IXONE ELZO’

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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2012 fashion show in Madrid introduces Basque young designer Ixone Elzo, inspired by the wardrobes of the aristocracy.

At Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Madrid Spain, the talented Spanish Designer IXONE ELZO, presented a marvelous and excellently well structured collection, therefore making his mark in the fashion industry. Predominantly green, white and red, she created male clothes that looked like as if they were inspired from another era, but perfectly wearable and contemporary suitable. Formulated for modern and elegant men with high sense of aesthetics with small details that somehow reminded me of a re-interpretation of Harlequin’s clothes at fashion week. The fashion designers … Read more:


Film about Designer, Nary Manivong

By JEANNETTE CATSOULIS

In “Dressed ,” David Swajeski’s listless profile of the young clothing designer Nary Manivong, a passion for fashion elbows aside every other emotion. Yet even those viewers who share the film’s conviction that preparing a collection for New York Fashion Week is inherently fascinating may lose interest long before the final frock is fitted. That’s not entirely Mr. Swajeski’s fault, though his filmmaking skills are rudimentary at best. He has chosen a subject who is clearly uncomfortable discussing his heart-tugging life story, preferring to rhapsodize about his stylistic vision. Shy and self-effacing, Mr. Manivong can barely look at the camera when recounting his troubled childhood in Columbus, Ohio. Abandoned at 14 by his Laotian parents in 2000, he lived on the streets, often sleeping in an all-night doughnut shop. The years between then and 2007, when the film picks up, remain stubbornly vague (though Mr. Manivong’s former high school principal becomes a critical source of 11th-hour financing). Instead, we follow this designer in the run-up to his 2008 show at Bryant Park, complete with borrowed accessories and fully owned financial woes. As he chooses models and suffers a last-minute loss of his showroom (homelessness is a recurring theme), fashion industry notables pop up to pontificate and advise. In “Dressed ,” David Swajeski’s listless profile of the young clothing designer Nary Manivong, a passion for fashion elbows aside every other emotion. Yet even those viewers who share the film’s conviction that preparing a collection for New York Fashion Week is inherently fascinating may lose interest long before the final frock is fitted. That’s not entirely Mr. Swajeski’s fault, though his filmmaking skills are rudimentary at best. He has chosen a subject who is clearly uncomfortable discussing his heart-tugging life story, preferring to rhapsodize about his stylistic vision. Shy and self-effacing, Mr. Manivong can barely look at the camera when recounting his troubled childhood in Columbus, Ohio. Abandoned at 14 by his Laotian parents in 2000, he lived on the streets, often sleeping in an all-night doughnut shop. The years between then and 2007, when the film picks up, remain stubbornly vague (though Mr. Manivong’s former high school principal becomes a critical source of 11th-hour financing). Instead, we follow this designer in the run-up to his 2008 show at Bryant Park, complete with borrowed accessories and fully owned financial woes. As he chooses models and suffers a last-minute loss of his showroom (homelessness is a recurring theme), fashion industry notables pop up to pontificate and advise. “Work like a dog,” says the designer Nanette Lepore. On the evidence of this film, I think Mr. Manivong has that part down.

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