Archive for June 2nd, 2010

If fashion is art (and we may be biased, but we think it is), then the music industry is at least three art forms at once: song, dance, and—as Lady Gaga would say—ra, ra, fashion, baby. After all, some of the most memorable musicians are the ones whose songs not only got into our heads, […]

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Miu Miu’s towering platform Mary-Janes and over-the-knee socks are a match made in heaven; and if you don’t believe me just check out this super-cute pictorial. Barbara Palvin oozes Parisian Lolita chic for Jalouse’s June 2010 issue, with the mandatory elements of socks, sequins, and gingham. via Fashion & Clothing – Fashion Social Network and […]

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Beautiful Candice Swanepoel models Beach Bunny swimwear from Summer 2010 collection. via MillionLooks.com – Fashion trends from runways to your wardrobe. Chic sophistication and tons of style ideas..

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Didn’t I tell you velvet-haters that velvet could be the pinnacle of elegance if done right? Take Dovima, Richard Avedon and Balenciaga and it’s a vintage velvet trifecta that can’t go wrong. via Vintage inspiration: Dovima in Balenciaga > Fashion Photo Shoots > Blog.

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As far as the jumpsuit trend goes, it’s easy to wind up looking too casual, or too glamorous, but having just stumbled across this one at 1971 Reiss I’m having trouble faulting it. A great balance between effortless sexiness and casual cool, it has a wrap-front and slouchy pockets, and the tapered ankles mean you […]

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Sex and the City 2 has already beat Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time at the box office in the US) and it is number one in the UK. via MillionLooks.com – Fashion trends from runways to your wardrobe. Chic sophistication and tons of style ideas..

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There’s no shortage of colour – or indeed of glittering sequins – in Louis Vuitton’s Resort 2010 offering. Of all the looks modeled by a glamorous and slick-haired Catherine McNeil we most appreciate the safari-inspired pieces – like the short-sleeve jacket seen below – and one particular blue pleated leather tunic. via Catherine McNeil for […]

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