WWYT: What Were You Thinking?
You can own a Dolce&Gabbana white lace dress. Fine.
It’s a chic, elagant lace dress.
And you go and do that. Why?
Obviously you want to look sexy and feminine and hot, so you decide under a lace Dolce&Gabbana dress to wear BLACK underwear. WRONG.
Obviously you thought ”yeah why not i want to make a statement too”.
Obviously you can have money you don’t have style. Or the right stylists, whatever.
How to make a chic designer dress look cheap, class 101 is over. Class dismissed.
Like the jewelry you’d find in your great-aunt’s jewelry box. Little treasure that with their boldness and pure chicness of a different era can advance your look.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the new face of Max Factor campaign entitled «Modern Icon», which kicks off this month. Celebrating the beautiful women through the decades, the first image of the campaign–the campaign includes a total of five–is a tribute to Farrah Fawcett, the glamorous face of the seventies.
This look was created by Global Creative design director of Max Factor, Pat McGrath which emphasized on the bronzed cheekbones and intensive lashes. Paltrow’s eyes were also lined and shaded with Wild Shadow Pots in Savage Rose and Auburn Envy and Giant Pen Stick in Hot Chocolate, both by Max Factor.
“Disco and glamour were synonymous with the seventies,” says Max Factor make-up artist Caroline Barnes. “It’s when fake tan came on to the beauty scene and huge fanned out lashes were the must-have beauty look. Gwyneth’s look is all about lashes and bronzer.”
For purposes of the campaign, Paltrow will also appear as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot and Madonna.
The dogtooth check was the icon of the Parisian New Look during the ‘50s and it is now back in fashion for this winter! Timeless and always topical dogtooth pattern existed for years in the wardrobes of fashionistas. In our grandmothers’ closet syrely there is dogtooth piece of clothing. Although it may seem to flatter women in older ages since it is considered to the conservative fashion side, dogtooth pattern if it is accessorized with the right items can highlight an outfit at any age. From the younger to more mature.
The lack of diversity on her runway in an open letter in September.
Naomi is furious with Victoria because she only “use” on her show at London Fashion Week white color models. Naomi in collaboration with Iman (wife of David Bowie) and activist Bethann Hardison, have set as a goal to create a less … racist catwalk. After Campbell published an open letter with a list of fashion houses “accused of being guilty,” she phoned Victoria.
“I called Victoria and I spoke to her,” Campbell told the Daily Mirror. “I don’t want to pin-point anyone. It isn’t a blame game. Everyone’s name was on that letter because they’d done it. It could have been completely unintentional. She is one of the designers on there like anyone else.”
The letter she drafted made sure to note all the designers seem to have in her opinion, racist perceptions . Who are the other; Calvin Klein, Chanel, Armani, Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and Marc Jacobs. Naomi confessed that she wasn’t worried about upsetting fellow fashion industry members.
”Absolutely not! There is no way to candycoat this sort of thing,” she said.
“You have to be straight. We had the percentages and we were armed with the facts and you can’t be nervous about upsetting people.
“I speak the truth. People might not like it but I am doing it.
Black Wool blazer € 129 , red pants € 99, wool skirt € 58, boots € 199, belt € 34, jacket € 233, bracelet € 17.
sequin trouser € 199, gold trouser € 70, printed trouser € 70, heels € 116, Bomber jacket € 93.
Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos were chosen by Miu Miu for the resort 2014 advertising campaign. The two actors who play together in the film “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” that created a the big fuss about the love scenes, photographed by the renowned duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
In the photos, the two young posing next to one another, wearing bold prints and pastels. This is the first time that Adèle Exarchopoulos cooperates with the house, while Léa Seydoux has appeared again in ads for the perfume «Candy” of Prada
Miu Miu said of the campaign: “Five flirtatious compositions capture their candid chemistry: an arm casually slung over a shoulder, leaning together in a mirrored pose, casually reclined across each other on the floor. The background wall in baby pink and girlish styling of the collection contrast with the actresses’ seductive presence.”
Disney hero who re-interpreted in a bolder version by Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy maison is the must-have item of the fashion world.
The Rottweiler sweat shirt.
When you first saw the Bambi, the fawn to feature on sweater on the catwalk Givenchy we knew that the Rottweiler from the winter collection of 2011 was longer the most popular sweater of the Parisian house.
One of the most popular pieces from Riccardo Tisci’s last collection with Givenchy is undeniably the ‘Rottweiler‘ series.
The Bambi and Female Form Print Sweatshirt from Givenchy ($1375)
The Bambi, therefore, landed in the winter collection of the season we are experiencing by Givenchy, loved by fashionistas, featured in magazines and extolled by celebrities. In the darker version of it worn at Met Gala last May by Carine Roitfeld, which indeed wore the famous fawn of Tisci and during by New York fashion week a month ago. Followed by singer Monica who upoload her photos on Instagram wearing this sweater and actress Lily Collins who chose Bambi to sit in the front row of Givenchy fashion show in Paris. But it was not the only one. In the front row in the same fashion show was also Anna Dello Russo with the exact same Bambi sweater.
Also magazines, loved Bambi. We saw him featured on editorial magazines iD and Self Service, starring on the cover of Madame Figaro worn by Alexa Chung, but to those of Japanese Vogue December just revealed.