Breaking News: Roland Mouret x Banana Republic

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After the announcement that Alexander Wang was selected to be the next to design for H & M collection, now has been announced an equally sensational collaboration, that of the Banana Republic by Roland Mouret. In particular, the French master of fashion design will undertake a total of 25 pieces for the highly anticipated collection. Skirts, tops, pants and dresses are what will comprise the collection which will be released in stores this coming August.

A dress from Roland Mouret’s collection for Banana Republic

 The dresses however are those that will steal the show since the designer is considered expert in this kind, so the price will start at $165.

“Partnering with Banana Republic on this project was such an adventure for me,” says the designer. “The common goal for this collection is to offer incredible fit through an assortment of hourglass silhouettes using Banana Republic’s Sloan fabric, extending my love of structure into accessible prices. These pieces are multi-functional for the modern woman to wear and accessorize in her own way, making her always ready for life’s journey.”

Editorial File: Interview Germany July 2013.

INTERVIEW GERMANY JULY 2013

The models wearing Valentino:

  • The Delft-inspired pattern on Valentino’s stretch-knit dress is created with a raised royal-blue intarsia set against a contrasting off-white backdrop. A beaded leather collar and a darted waist accent this mini-length design.
  • An exquisitely rendered embroidered lace collar and matching cuffs define this romantic, chic design. Embroidered lace collar long sleeves embroidered cuffs faux wrap skirt.

Find them here & here

Bringing sexy back at LACMA Art + Film Gala.

  More beautiful and sexier than ever appeared in the glamorous LACMA Art + Film Gala event, held at LACMA in California, was to be honored for his contribution to cinema, Martin Scorcese and artist David Hockney, four of the most famous Hollywood stars.

The reason for Kate Hudson, Salma Hayek, Olivia Wilde and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The impressions stole Kate Hudson in her Gucci gown while  the photographic flash pulled over also for Salma Hayek. Certainly did not go unnoticed and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. All of them had in common  denominator the fact that they were chosen to appear with Gucci designes that left uncovered their backs. And they were all the wonderful