June 23, 2010 Leave a comment
Want a quick and easy way to spruce up an outfit? The key is to accessorize. Right now, the focus is all about embellished necklaces. After all, the perfect jewelry should frame your face and draw attention to your smile!
i-D magazine is channeling a Disney princess for an upcoming issue, but the Snow White theme they’re going for has a bit of a good girl/bad girl element to it thanks to the model power of Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.
Heres the twist: While Naomi is going for the pure white vision, Kate will have a harder look – one that includes all black in the form of leather and latex. Edward Enninful is providing the styling efforts, which include options such as a pair of Mark Fast knit gloves, Dolce and Gabbana lace bodysuit, vintage Versace strap corset, and Atsuko Kudo latex bra for Kate’s version of Snow White and vintage Mugler and Gaultier corsetry, kinky latex stockings by Atsuko Kudo, and Dior haute couture from Galliano’s S/S 2000 collection for Naomi’s angelic representation.
The two supers posed away for Nick Knight – the efforts of which will surely blow us away once the issue is released.
She modeled for Akris’ first handbag collection late last year and Daphne Guinness is back again for their Autumn/Winter 2010 advertising campaign cutting a sharp figure in head to toe tan.
Very fierce ad campaign by Dsquared2 for Fall/ Winter 2010/2011 features a host of models: Iris Strubegger, Tyler Kenyon, Chanel Iman, Alla Kostromicheva, Jordan Coulter, and Thomas Hoefnagels.
Karlie Kloss may prove to be the model of her generation. She simply has that ‘it’ quality. It’s elusive. Hard to pin down. But it’s unmistakable. Less elusive is her wow factor as the face of Donna Karan’s Autumn / Fall 2010 advertising campaign.
Could there be a stronger piece of iconography for the start of Summer 2010 than an intensely tanned and equally as topless Adriana Lima? The Spanish edition of V magazine obviously don’t think so.
For all of its basic glory, white can actually pose quite the sartorial conundrum, and women frequently shy away from wearing white for a slew of subsequent reasons.
First off, white clothing is impossibly hard to keep clean because what food won’t show up on a white t-shirt?
Then, at some point in time, it was declared a horrifying faux pas to wear white beyond the summer months.
To further drive home the point that white is truly ridiculous, try and wrap your head around this: white is the negation of all colors, but there are still varying degrees of white?
Despite its resistance to staying crisp, white (and the following neutral tones) are a major trend for spring and summer.
For anyone out there who compulsively Scotch Guards their whites, here are some tips on how to incorporate a lighter palette into your wardrobe without needing to keep it pristine.