Atelier Versace – Spring 2015 Couture

Versace’s latest collection obeyed and caressed the female figure, made up of flowing shapes that followed the curves of the woman it dressed. Donnatella’s cuts, and many a cut-out, were bending and asymmetric templates placed to accentuate and boast about the body, in a bold and zero-fuss palette of black, white, red and blue. The show began with aesthetically simple looks that focused entirely on silhouette, not an embellishment to be seen. Block colour power suits and jumpsuits alike were finished with billowing flared legs, which balanced the female form and secured her purposeful, strutting feet to the ground. Halter necks cupped busts […]

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Sports (Luxe) Day at school

Click on the image to zoom – T-shirt by Three Floor Fashion @ ASOS – Inspired by this sparkling tee, the goal was to create an awkward high-school, high-fashion, high-shine image. Napoleon Dynamite meets Vogue. College sports meets catwalk.

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Wishlist 18/1

Miss Selfridge Striped Bodycon Dress Guess Oblong Ankle Boot Dolce & Gabbana Cat-Eye Sunglasses @ ASOS A bronze tan with apricot cheeks Plumped up natural lip A bright coloured set of outrageous nails A fucking attitude to match

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Current Mood: 8th January 2015

We are only a week into 2015 and already dreaming of summer. Blame Spring/Summer collections being released in December and January. Hot and sticky beach getaways, white bikinis against tanned skin, chunky gold jewellery and lush red lips, cocktails and fresh limes, high heels with mini skirts and shorts, salty, rolled hair, oversized sunglasses, black lashes coated in thick waterproof mascara, bright and shining finger and toe nails, drinking in the balmy evenings after drinking in the heavy heat. Guess Campaign Spring 2011

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Male Mentality: style versus trends

Ermanno Scervino

Style versus fashion, the endlessly asked question, the challenge of pin-pointing exact meanings of each. The distinction between the two vague and expansive words is becoming evermore important, even obvious, to the modern man, and was only confirmed by the SS’12 collections of Men’s Fashion Week. Catwalks were littered with sophisticated tailoring, but the genius was in the evolution of the classic piece. Twists of detail converted the garments into quirky yet still absolutely wearable art, answering the calls of the contemporary man who begs for subtle individuality that isn’t too androgynous, but neither is it clumsy. Gucci kept a […]

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