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MILAN F/W: Moschino Spring 2015 RTW

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moschino x10Moschino (Italian pronunciation: [mosˈkiːno]) is an Italian luxury fashion house, specilialized ready-to-wear, leather and fashion accessories, shoes, luggage, perfume etc., founded in 1983 by Franco Moschino. – – continue READ @ Wikipedia

Moschino Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Collection xG1

 

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Fashion Retailers Weigh In

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French Fashion, State Your Case: Retailers Weigh In Photo by Giovanni Giannoni: Linda Fargo, senior vice president, fashion office and store presentation, Bergdorf Goodman: “It’s a great tribute to the overall season when choosing one collection above all is so difficult. However, Céline keeps bubbling up to the top of the catwalk.  You know when something’s a game-changer when you want to eradicate your closet and restock it with a new vision like this. From the catwalk to the Stores.
David Rubenstein, vice president and general merchandise manager, Jeffrey New York: “My single-favorite collection is Céline. The catwalk show had an incredible energy. The collection is constantly evolving, and Phoebe is always pushing the needle forward.  It all just seemed like what women will want to wear.” French fashion impacts the industry as usual especially on the catwalk.
Tancrède de Lalun, merchandise manager for men’s and women’s wear, Printemps: French fashion, “Céline straight from the catwalk. After revolutionizing fashion four years ago, Phoebe Philo needed to renew herself and she did it with brio and talent. She opens up a world of possibilities for all the brands over the next few seasons, and what I like is that she was able to take a risk and reinvent herself exactly when she needed to.”  French fashion is an interesting factor in all of this.For All From Collections Magazine including French Fashion CLICK HERE ::

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Fashion Week Tokyo October 10-October 23rd

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This year’s autumn Fashion Week kicks off at Shibuya‘s Hikarie building with the Zakka Runway (themed ‘British Check’), Sweets Runway, and Designers’ Cocktail Runway events. Sample the latest accessories, snack on some glamour sweets, sip on fashion-inspired drinks, or just take in the atmosphere of a world-class event. The runway shows start from October 14.

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Open Oct 10-23

Time See official website for event details


Fashion Gallery weekend show for LAFW Styles

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LA this past weekend, knocked out five of our 15 best LAFW events by attending Concept Fashion Week show at Ace Gallery. The two-day LA show was filled with experimental installations and runway shows that catered to the city’s sartorial game-changers, which made both the featured looks and invited guests equally entertaining to watch.The LA Chambers show kicked it all off on Friday night with their signature streetwear-meets-grunge menswear offerings. Just like our takeaway from their Gen Art show last year, we’re happy to report that the fashion brand is still doing an ace job in LA providing the average dude with foolproof options for everyday layering. Outerwear fashion was abundant and better than ever. Saturday’s line-up started with the Gypsy Junkies show, which had this ’90s boho thing going on. Think floral separates and ethereal gowns mixed with crushed velvet and corduroy pants. Next, we watched a flurry of inventive silhouettes march down the Laili Lau runway, complete with loosely draped dresses, lightweight fashion knits and harem pants that we wouldn’t mind mixing and matching this fall. Fittingly, we ended our Concept LA trip with two highly conceptual installations: Belle N. Matisse and Curly-V. BNM’s collection took the idea of strong shoulders to the next level by presenting a range of avant-garde looks that featured pointy shoulder pads. We likened the gray numbers to futuristic officewear. There was also a pair of pants with pointed knee caps and a sheer shirt with wings. Curly-V’s fashion display was by far the quirkiest of the bunch and felt like we stepped into a trippy ’60s film. Titled “Big Mouff,” the collection took a literal approach to the “tooth” in “houndstooth” by using teeth to form the iconic print. Jeremy Scott would approve this LA beat.
· Concept Fashion Week [Official Site]
· Best Shows and Parties to Hit During LA Fashion Week [Racked]
· Meet Real Housewife Adrienne Maloof at Ace Gallery Tomorrow [Racked]


Fall 2012 Models featured in Milan fashion Shows

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Fall 2012 Blumarine’s Playful Fashion Blumarine showcased a collection of over the top glamor with colorful fur coats, wild animal prints and techno silver fabrics. Opening the show with sexy ski bunny coats, designer Anna Molinari at Blumarine, made sure the fall fashion shows season was a playful one by featuring oversize bags that looked like poms poms more than actual accessories. As the show progressed, some sparkle was added in the form of sequin embellished tops, pants and chunky jewelry. Always unapologetic with the amount of excess and glamor, Blumarine brought a sense of carefree style to the upcoming season fashion shows.

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London Fall Season celebrates ALEXANDER McQUEEN

Uncompromising: The unusual hairstyle given to the models at the McQ show

 Fashion Work of art: Models had gravity-defying sculptural Hair Military-inspired
MCQ by ALEXANDER MCQUEEN: A MILITARY-THEMED CATWALK DEBUT THAT ELEVATED THIS LABEL TO HIGH FASHION

In light of this season, a fashion enchanted forest, the floor carpeted with Fall  fallen leaves, Sarah Burton unveiled the first ever catwalk show for Alexander McQueen McQ label – and she chose the brand’s hometown of London to do it. The fashion shows major departure from McQ’s previously street style vibe – there was no denim, no tartan. Instead, there was high fashion. Military style coats in black and forest green had cinched waists but wonderful volume, created by layers of tulle underneath. Prom dresses, slim leather overcoats, thigh-length boots. Elsewhere, more tulle – this time on an attitudey prom dress, sewn with thousands of colorful petals. Lapels were wide, jackets were neat. There was velvet, wool and heavy embroidery: luxury fabrics that took this label to a new level. I loved the military belts with gold chains, the perfectly cut coats and the luxurious velvet – and of course, that gravity-defying hair very McQueen inspired in the Crystal Palace. – – DEBORAH ARTHURS

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