There’s nothing that can get Bloginty more excited than Lara Stone herself.
A jewel of a magazine, Schön! Magazine continues to impress in Issue 14, featuring two spectacular models, Rick “Zombie Boy” Genest in “Undercover,” and the stunning Andrej Pejic in a simple, elegant editorial titled “Allure,” shot by Christos Karantzolas.
Autumn is the season to show and be seen among the changing and sometimes fickle “who’s who” clique of current (and veteran) art stars.
Bleached brows and clean skin exaggerated the monochromatic collection, giving the models an almost ghostly quality, ethereal and pure, pulling the look far away from sex and keeping it clean.
While most designers who toyed with minimalism did it a season ago, Rick Owens scaled the heights of that trend, bringing it to its apotheosis in his latest ready-to-wear.
The colors comprising the palette of Timothy George’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection were inspired by bloggers. In turn, Timothy George is granting some of these bloggers the opportunity to exclusively premier one image from his new collection on their blog. Bloginity has the honor of being of the sites selected for this honor.
After launching her fashion brand in Paris, today Kateryna is best known for her distinctive accessories such as transformable handbags. Karmachova’s work has been featured for three seasons at the Tuileries ‘Premiere Classe’ in Paris, and sold internationally in France, Japan and Ukraine.
Universal Music Group and Live Nation Entertainment, two of the biggest economic enterprises in the music industry, have announced their plans to merge and combine efforts.
Glam Rock Watches brings some of its Miami glitz to Los Angeles and on the wrists of all star contestants of Season 13 of “Dancing With the Stars” on.
Kendrick Lamar, the Compton rapper who Dr. Dre himself has titled “The New King of the West Coast,” offers more details on the long awaited ‘Detox’ LP.
Jeremy Langmead has quickly taken the name Mr. Porter from a mere expansion gamble into a bonafide e-commerce behemoth to be reckoned with in a little over a year, and from what we’ve learned from this interview, we haven’t seen nothing yet.
There’s many a watchword in the world of Missoni, ‘knits’ being the prime. ‘Patterns’ is another, but so is ‘saturation’. Angela Missoni’s real wizardry lies in how she pulls varying textures, prints and techniques to create looks that are always stringently representative of the Maison.
The great thing about Marni is that its one of the few great houses that refuses to rest on its laurels. Each season Consuelo Castiglioni takes a dramatic chance and comes up the winner every time. Marni is consistently good.
The big chunky earrings that fit the food theme appropriately helped carry that old school Mambo Italiano vibe (As well as the song itself). There was also no way to look at the burgeoning prints and the inviting, bright colors and not see a heavy take over of optimism in these clothes.
#Vovarovaholics, get ready because it’s all about to happen once again.
Charlotte Free is ‘that’ model that rocked every runway throughout Fashion Week in style.
The idea was to combine the classic analog craft of painting with the contemporary technology and today’s hype of digital 3D film to create a new way of viewing and experiencing a painting.
For spring Dundas hit the books, the Pucci archives to be specific, and felt himself particularly drawn to the Brigitte Bardot/boheme fevered era of the early 1970s and splattered his gypsy skirts and peasant cropped tops in an archival print, even hand embroidering it on a house signature white maxi dress and a hand crocheted caftan with fringed ends.
Lisa Butler, artist for this show explains, “It’s all about the eye, but we don’t want it to be too neat or too smoky. It’s very loose, very relaxed, and quite wild.”
While other designers look outward for inspiration, finding creative ammunition in Jazz Age flappers, Hawaiian floral and tribal prints, Bottega Veneta’s Tomas Maier looks inward, finding that the most consistent and surefire location to hunt down inspiration is in works of art themselves.
Raf Simons has a real talent for answering equally to both men and women’s sartorial dreams. The themes and motifs he explores in his eponymous line and for the treasured house of Jil Sander tend to catch on with other designers like wildfire.
With Trussardi celebrating its centennial this year, it was time to reevaluate things. The brand, whose bread and butter is its luxury leather goods, joined the game of creative director musical chairs that never seemed to end this year and ditched Milan Vukmirovic who had been at the helm since 2008.