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Harris Tweed is a fabric which has its origins on a small island community off the Highlands of Scotland. Hand woven on looms in the cottages of shepherds, it has retained its old world charm and is the antithesis of 21st century production methods.
Matilda Wendelboe is a Swedish brand that makes fashion both considerate and glamorous. The garments are characterized by distinctive silhouettes, meticulous material selection and tailored details, highlighting the individuality of each wearer.
"I'm tired of minimalism," Prada said before her show. "I asked myself, 'How can I do minimal Baroque?'" In fact, critics can hardly seem to stand how good she makes them feel. The reviews pouring in from Milan have reached a whole new level of worship...
Creating a unique space, but harmonious and relaxing was the main goal in the procedure of creating “ENSAYAR”, in Athens- Greece. Thousands of ropes hanging from the ceiling and the reflection of light between them is the first impression of a space that had to be the ideal background and ...
Thierry Mugler just released a film that will be available only on the internet for Formichetti's debut menswear collection. The film features Formichetti's muse, the Canadian model Rico Zenest, and the new song of Lady Gaga that has been remixed by herself.
The spring 2011 collection of internationally renowned designer, Hussein Chalayan, was not a conventional runway show. As one would expect from Chalayan, famed for his innovative approach and use of technology in his creations presented his show in an unorthodox manner.
Alexandre Plokhov who served as Versace menswear’s lieutenant under Donatella Versace, returns with a breathtaking for Fall/ Winter 2011. The designer is working with a staff of 3 people and he is doing things in his own unique way.
Tom Ford welcomed editors and guests to his Madison Avenue boutique in New York City for a secret preview of his womenswear relaunch. Among his VIP guests where Anna Wintour, Joe Zee, Nina Garcia, and Carine Roitfeld.
In these beautiful Givenchy’s shoes the use of a shiny patent leather is seen over a virtually seamless black upper. A cork outsole provides ample contrast with thin black laces. Look for this particular oxford in stores from January 2011.
Influenced by the deceased pop icons of the 60’s and 70’s, we caught glimpses of garments which could have been worn by them but the way in which the clothes were worn by the models and the accessories that accompanied them stretched the imagination somewhat.