Want a swimsuit by Mary Katrantzou? The favorite prints of the Greek designer just released in a swimwear collection!

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Mary Katrantzou is here to please the fans of swimwear and her prints, making her debut in swimwear design. That is, feminine cuts combined with the bold colors and vibrant prints that we saw in her spring collection  personally can not decide which one is our favorite.
The collection is available at Selfridges stores and online!

Look of the Day.. Go Girly..

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Chiara fashion Crop shirt £13
Topshop pants £30
 Nine West flat shoes £29
Johnny Loves Rosie green purse £51
 Bead bracelet £8.84
 Linda Farrow cat eye glasses £430

Beauty Report: The XXL lip pencils that replace our lipstick. Embrace the trend…

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Bring out your lip shape by investing in the right  makeup tools. 
They nourish and moisturize lips like a lip Balm and promise precise application, while providing rich color and remain unchanged for hours.
Tips to use them properly:
1. With these specific pencils will not only draw the outline of the lips, but will make them look bigger and will correct any asymmetries. What you need to watch out for is the so-called “arc of love ‘, the V formed on the upper lip. Making the most mitred lines, you will achieve an elegant effect.
2. Having enhance their shape, paint them with the pencil. If your lips are fuller, use primarily to fill the aspects and points which usually stay ‘bare’ when applied lipstick.
See which are the must haves XXl lip pencils 

This is the next collaboration of H & M we did not expect. Jeff Koons x H&M, an anticipated collaboration.

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How do you celebrate the grand opening of your biggest store worldwide, in the heart of New York? And if your are the  big clothing retailer H&M of course with a collaboration that will be discussed. The Swedish brand announced its collaboration with Jeff Koons, which took place during the opening of boutiques in an area of 5,300 square meters.
Koons, who is one of the biggest artists today, will grace the entrance to the store, with one of his most iconic projects and, of course, will create a fashion item that is expected to be sold out in a heartbeat.
That is, of course, the bag with the print of the famous Balloon Dog, which will be sold in selected H&M stores in the U.S. for $ 50. The sale, according to WWD, will begin on July 17. It should be noted that H & M is the sponsor behind the report-retrospective of the work of Koons, the Whitney Museum of Art in the city.
Noted:  H&M’s fourth location on the historical Fifth Avenue, boasts some 57,000 square feet with a five-floor atrium and a giant 26’ x 20’ LED screen. Finished with green and white marble tiles, herringbone wood paneling, and a glass curtain wall, the opulent shopping destination will be the company’s largest store thus far. It also be the first H&M store to offer the “Jeff Koons for H&M” Collection, follow by a limited release at select locations in Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas, as well as online at hm.com.

Jessica Stam by Alexei Hay for L’officiel Mexico June 2014

Supermodel Jessica Stam takes the cover story of L’officiel Mexico‘s June 2014 edition captured by fashion photographer Alexei Hay, with styling from Lester Garcia. Hair styling is courtesy of Thomas Dunkin, with makeup by Vincent Oquendo. Casting by Edward Kim at Edit Desk.

Karl Lagerfeld and Christian Louboutin to collaborate with Louis Vuitton

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In celebration of 160 years of Louis Vuitton, the French maison has asked six renowned artists to redesign the iconic symbol LV with their own, unique way.

The top fashion designers Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson, Christian Louboutin and Rei Kawakubo, famous photographer Cindy Sherman and the architect Frank Gehry participate in the team project «The Icon and the Iconoclasts», in which everyone will draw their own interpretation of the trade mark of the French brand, and then to “dress” a collection of handbags.

The collection will be released in mid-October and despite the fact that each bag will vary in 2000-4000 eurosthe demand is expected eminently high.

“When we talked with Nicolas Ghesquière about the extraordinary talents we would like to approach we simply went to those who are among the best in their fields,” says Delphine Arnault, executive vice President of Louis Vuitton, who came up with the idea alongside Ghesquière.

She added: “We were interested in people who work with their minds and their hands. I thought it was so interesting – and fun! – to have all of these different points of view on the Monogram. It is inspiring to see how they envision things, to see their perspectives. This is a group of geniuses.”

CFDA Awards 2014: The big winners of the night

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On 2 June, the eyes of fashionistas around the world turned to New York, specifically, the Lincoln Centre, where took place the Association of American Designer awards, aka CFDA Awards. The glamorous ceremony, known as the ‘Oscars of Fashionwere, once again, very interesting (now, there has been no media that has not been dealt with in a transparent dress of Rihanna), while the people who were awarded were indisputably the most discussed (and this) year.
Rihanna
The big winner of the evening. The superstar left, taking with her the prize for the fashion icon of the year. Of course, as usual, the singer from Barbados manages to strongly be discussed, for the revealing outfit. Rihanna appeared with a transparent dress and scarf covered with crystals a barely-there mesh of 230,000(!) Swarovski crystals designed by Adam Selman to the awards show.
Tom Ford
The designer won the prestigious Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award, for its overall contribution to the world of fashion. 
 ‘It’s been a wonderful 25 years and I could have never achieved it without all the people in this room,’ he said while collecting the prize.
Joseph Altuzarra

The designer behind the house Altuzarra was named Womenswear Designer of the YearAltuzarra has already been proposed for CFDA 3 times while in 2011 he was the one who won the prize of the Union in order to strengthen the brand. The house Altuzarra exists since 2008 and is known for his feminine silhouettes and sophisticated aesthetic.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
The famous duo behind the label The Row won the award for accessory designer of the year. Olsen were candidate with Alexander Wang and Proenza Schouler. This is not the first CFDA in their career as, in 2012, Mary-Kate and Ashley left the event with the Womenswear Designer award.
Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne
Another duo monopolized the interest of the Union in 2014. The reason for Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, behind the label Public School. The two designers left winners for their unique Menswear, which is inspired by the monochrome and their cool streetwear.
The rest of the winners:

SWAROVSKI AWARD FOR WOMENSWEAR
Shane Gabier & Christopher Peters, Creatures of the Wind

SWAROVSKI AWARD FOR MENSWEAR
Tim Coppens

SWAROVSKI AWARD FOR ACCESSORIES
Irene Neuwirth

BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ TRIBUTE
Ruth Finley

INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Raf Simons for Dior

THE MEDIA AWARD IN HONOR OF EUGENIA SHEPPARD
Paul Cavaco

 

Look of the Day, ft Coast full skirt & t-shirt.

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Black shirt €26
Coast a line skirt €92
Steve Madden pumps €71
Givenchy leather purse €2.095
Stackable ring €6,24