This fashion week has been all about simple pieces. I’ve been gravitating more towards simple and clean silhouettes and this look was one of them. I first started … The post When in Doubt, Wear White, All White. appeared first on Song of Style. SOURCE: Song of Style - Read entire story here.
Covering 'beauty' backstage is a pretty specific thing: the mascara, the lip color, how they're combing the hair, what's going on with the nails...but sometimes (most of the time), the real beauty is in the casting. At Lacoste this morning there wasn't really any hair or makeup—they left everyone with an 'un-coiffed' center part (perfected with Bumble Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Conditioner run through dry ends) and very natural makeup (just some MAC concealer). The story wasn't any of that
New York Fashion Week starts at the end of this week, so there's going to be a lot to talk about for the next month and change. Let's start with this though: When a designer blows you away with their new season of dressing, that's one thing—but when it's punctuated by the right music, it's another story. Music is secretly the heartbeat of NYFW. Models need to step to something. Translate that into real life–what's your walking song? Whether you’re walking to work, the dog, for exercise, or out
New York Fashion Week - exclusively for men, bowed for the first time in the Big Apple this week. So, actors and sports stars, models and designers hit the American style capital; donning clean cut, sports-accents with sartorial quirks that were never over done. The Espys awards attracted the best-dressed sportsmen from around America to Los Angeles, while back in Sydney the Woolmark Prize Australia brought out the coolest looking designers and their even cooler wool collections for...
This might just be the coziest thing I’ve ever seen walk down the runways of New York Fashion Week. Ralph Lauren managed to perfectly balance the modern day woman that wants to look polished but comfortable, classic but current, with a life that is both urban and rural. I loved the creams, tans, chocolates, sage and gold which automatically puts you in the mood for autumn leaves and crackling fires. The first heart-stopping moments for me was a spectacular ivory lace gown with a victorian
The Marchesa show is always one of opulent fantasy and this season was no exception. Hosted at the glamorous St. Regis New York, models cascaded down the runway under swaths of sparking chandeliers, mirrored walls and classic molding. Tucked away in this grandeur of an intimate ballroom we floated into designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s inspiration of Opium Dreams translated into gowns of billowing smoke, 3-D floral embroideries, fiery explosions of poppy red, a dance of
Thakoon’s show Fall/Winter 2015 has just hit play. Unsurprisingly, the atmosphere is palpable: partially for what will undoubtedly be a brilliant foray into layers and textures, as Thakoon has always been known to produce, but also because it’s below freezing with 45km/hour piercing winds outside (which is not ok at all) – and what better way to hide than to fawn over luxurious, ankle-length outerwear and rich autumnal browns and reds, intended for tundra protection and sipping
Last week, the fashion pack descended onto New York to kick off the Spring/Summer fashion week season with a bang. And thanks to the constant shroud of social media coverage, those of us stuck at home did not miss a thing. The leggy Kendall Jenner appeared in four shows, Marc Jacobs redefined the ‘no makeup’ ;… Continue reading → SOURCE: Style Creeper - Read entire story here.
I'm the first to admit that we're a bunch of wankers, but Jimmy Kimmel proves our wankerdom once again when he takes to the streets to talk to the posers at New York Fashion Week. Fake designers and overdressed people pretending they know a thing or two about farshun. It's excellent. ↬ Click here to view the full article/gallery on D'Marge SOURCE: D'Marge - Read entire story here.
This past Tuesday, I was asked to attend and cover the The New York Art Institute’s fashion show, where 13 students and graduates would debut their Spring/Summer 2015 collections. I had never attended this type of show before so I was really excited to see what it would be like. (You can actually watch the full show here and learn all about each designer that presented.) After I grabbed my press pass, I went backstage and snapped a couple photos right before the show began. It’s
Jenny Packham‘s collection this season was inspired by the most famous woman in the world. While waiting for the show to start I read an open letter Packham wrote to Marilyn Monroe on the depth of research and inspiration she based these designs on. I found it quite beautiful and thought I’d share so you can hear the designers thoughts directly on this collection that makes me so glad to be a woman: Dear Marilyn, I’ve read the book and listened to the recordings, visted your
It’s a rare collection where I personally want to wear every single piece, but then there is Donna Karan‘s spring/summer 2015 show. I’m 100% into everything, and I’m not alone in this sentiment – style.com called it “vibrant, uncomplicated, desirable“. There’s the perfect way the sleeves were rolled on her popped collar tops that made me feel like we were getting ready to dance the salsa all night long…even the patterns (something I typically