As big fan of Sia, check this cosmic amazing editorial that Sia did for Interview Magazine. Sia wears the Fall 2015 Sam High Runway Boots, Sloane High Runway Boot & Spring 2015 Ready to Wear for Alexander Wang
I love to see this kind of editorials , something different , something out of the bubble , something that you just dont want to be part , just you and your world , hands up for SIA,
Example to Follow
Thanks to Alexander Wang
Karl Lagerfeld is one of the world’s most renowned fashion designers and widely celebrated as an icon of the zeitgeist. Karl Lagerfeld. Modemethode at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany is the first comprehensive exhibition to explore the fashion cosmos of this exceptional designer and, with it, to present an important chapter of the fashion history of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.Karl Lagerfeld is known for injecting classic shapes with new life and for taking fashion into new directions. For the past sixty years – from 1955 to today – Lagerfeld’s creations have consistently demonstrated his extraordinary feel for the ‘now’. Right from the start of his career, the designer has worked for luxury houses such as Balmain, Patou, Fendi, Chloé, Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel. As creative director and chief designer of Chanel since 1983, he is regarded among experts as the sole legitimate successor to the founder and fashion legend Coco Chanel. Since 1965 Lagerfeld has been designing two – of late even four – collections per year for the Italian house of Fendi, not to mention his own eponymous label.
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OHHH OHHH OHHH OHHH I am just happy when i see fashionistas or just anyone wearing amazing pieces on the street .
Hands up for all that are trying
Our FASHION POLICE department has been working and trying to find some criminals of fashion and we have some results.
Please check a mix of this sinners
I know a trend coming is sandals with socks but for sure , she is not thinking on that, plus her sandals are quite small for her,,
Her Tiger is protecting her for sure of all bad taste, Grrrr
Maybe it is too hot and she needs some fresh air, can happen ??
Have you ever see some sinners ? send me pics, together we can help them ..
Summer is coming and we hope stay longer, but make sure when the summer shine++++++ you also shine, and for spring summer 15 we saw a lot of prints, colorful blouses and happiness.
Take a look a must for the coming season,
DOLCE & GABBANA
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As Trendsetter I must scream and show a new trend for Fall Winter 2015/2016.
Many Designers agreed in some trends for Fall / Winter 2015, an unisex trend that I am very happy to see on the streets, A poncho with colors, different materials, in wool or Cashmere or synthetic wool. you can find more materials but always is about quality even if the price is higher. Ideal Poncho should be longer and cover your waist,
Check some wonderful examples
SALVATORE FERRAGAMO / VIVIENNE WESTWOOD
I got this ones special for me, contact me for more info
Special Thank you to:
Bottega Veneta showed us in Milan for fall winter 2015, that fun is always a pleasure. this art of spots all over makes sense a create a new full trend. represents a women who wants to be elegant keeping her image of this is life and i want to smile. check this images and think what to wear for the fall season.
Take a look a streetstyle i did for #Manorlive some days ago, I was on the mood of feeling like a model I was called Dark flower Boy, an outfit full of flower prints on a dark side …
What do you think??
This is the third season out of four that the design director of Calvin Klein menswear has acted as mentor for the group of hopefuls,They were followed by the four mini-collections. First up was Julia Seemann, who, now based in Zurich, formerly interned with Vivienne Westwood in London. That her models struggled in their high heels only added to the endearing charm of her futuristic hippie chicks, with their full denim skirts and floppy-hats-cum-visors.
Next, Andrea Jiapei Li, a native of Beijing and a recent Parsons graduate, fused loose garments recalling traditional Chinese dress with extreme geometric shapes, and soft cotton jersey with hard vinyl, because, she said, “I wanted to give emotion to fabric.” The only men’s designer, Ximon Lee, another Parsons grad, said he was inspired by the Oscar-nominated Polish documentary Children of the Leningradsky, about a post-Soviet band of orphaned street kids who call Moscow’s railway stations home. His models, however, looked more ennobled than the synopsis would suggest, projecting strength and fortitude in great abstracted, oversize, ombré-dyed pieces and carrying foam mats as accessories.
Finally, it was time for Di$count Univer$e, an Australian label popular among musicians. It lived up to its customized spelling with a cheeky, flashy, spangle-y assortment of slinky sequin dresses and biker jackets worthy of whatever spectacle the wearer might have in mind