Fifty Shades Lingerie
The author of the well-known “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy E.L. James has collaborated with Swedish clothing brand KappAhl to create a collection of lingerie and intimate pieces that hit stores this month. Thanks to Vogue.it, we have a look at the campaign stars the super sexy Signe Nordstrom, in an outing of looks featuring the book’s significant symbols including a silver-grey tie, key necklace and black lace eye mask. “It has been incredibly exciting and interesting to be involved in the process, from the production of the concept through the design to the final collection,” says James about the collaboration.
Isabel Marant booties
Rag & Bone peacoat
Kenneth Jay Lane necklace
MAC launched the amazing False Lashes mascara in waterproof version! The False Lashes with the innovative brush actually “transforms” the lashes, giving them unprecedented volume curve length and deep black color. And all this without the eyelashes to be affected by water and humidity. Try False Lashes in Color Stay Black!
- Plum Reserve – plum
- Blue Charge – bright mid-tone blue
- Counterfeit Brown – mauvey brown
- Artificial Aubergine – eggplant
- False Black – black
Until recently we had the sweatshirt connect with more casual dress, especially combined with tracksuits and sneakers. Our favorite sweatshirt top of our tracksuit that sometimes slept with it, is going to become very big trend this winter. We’ve seen it wearing it celebrities and fashion bloggers and we already love.
Definitely sweatshirt has cozy and relaxed character. It’s cotton, soft and wide enough. Ideal garment when the t-shirts are proving “little” in front of fall’s dew. Apart from the obvious, namely to wear it with a tracksuit, you can put them with skirts even above dresses..
Where to find good sweatshirt?
In the market there are many types sweatshirt. Oversized, cropped, with large prints, letters or completely simple. If you are considering buying one, check first how you want to wear it, what clothes you can combine it with and which style you can follow. The sweatshirt is an easy garment that can be worn in many ways … suffices you choose the right one.
How to wear it.
Christina Aguilera attends the 2013 American Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California in a Maria Lucia Hohan dress paired with Christian Louboutin heels, a Jimmy Choo clutch, and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
It’s an almost WWYT catagory for Christina Aguilera as this is maybe one of her best lately. BUT still, it’s unsurprisingly awful.
From the top
The hair are fried, trying to look old Hollywood glam BUT all they remind us is DRAG QUEEN. The makeup is overdone trying to look glamorous BUT looking she’s attending a reception in Carrington mansion. Not good.
Trying to look like Marilyn Monroe BUT it is so poorly made with the puckerinf fabrics especially around the cutouts with the nettings(!) makes it look so cheap. The proportions of the hem are awkward.
Oooh the shoes, although they surely cost a fortune the look like even-if-they-give-you-for-free-DONT-wear-them. So sparkling they cause physical pain to your eyes. And with the lenght of the dress looking more bizzare.
Overall, she Mrs Aguilera the standards are not so high so we just let it go…
The actress stars in the December issue of Vogue Mexico wearing a Dolce & Gabbana corset. The actress Scarlett Johansson, posing sensual wearing a white corset with the signature of the Dolce & Gabbana (expected stylistic choice, as Scarlett is the face of the fragrance «The One» in a new video with Matthew McConaughey). The blonde bombshell posed in the lens of Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello and the result is a washed out photo, where the beauty of Scarlett stars.
This cover follows the formula of last year’s December issue of Mexican Vogue with Coco Rocha (gold and white background and burgundy lips), and could be “twins” of the Ukrainian Vogue December issue with actress Marie Piovesan.
Vogue Mexico December 2012
Vogue Ukraine December 2013
Mulberry this February will be absent from the London fashion week, as the company remains without artistic director, following the departure of designer, Emma Hill, last June, which was in that position for six years. The brand has told WWD that since the search continues for Hill’s replacement, it “will therefore exceptionally not stage a catwalk show this February.” This was tempered with the news that Mulberry will “definitely be participating in London Fashion Week and details of this will be released in the near future.”
The collection from Mulberry, especially the bags will be presented in the context of exhibitions, as part of London Fashion Week, although generally, the absence will be more than noticeable.
Among the finalists for the position are the Erdem Moralioglu, Roland Mouret, Mary Katrantzou and Sophie Hulme.