The stunning icon shoes by Louboutin
Nothing to declare: toooooooo coool!!!!
Just in love!
My Homeland’s flavour… Just Cavalli!
Originally posted on Threads:
“With time, fashion has become part of my DNA.” – Roberto Cavalli
Roberto Cavalli is an Italian fashion designer who has made his spot in the fashion industry. He took an interest in textile prints which brought attention to himself and his designs starting at an early age. He started showed his designs of leather and patchwork materials in Paris, bringing notice from companies like Hermes. He was 32 when he presented his first collection in Paris. He concentrated on jeans with creative patterns and prints, incorporating leather and brocade as well. In 1972 he opened his first boutique. He is credited with creating the sand-blasted jean look, which he debuted in 1994 in Milan. During the same year, Cavalli’s main line was sold in over fifty countries around the world. 1998 brought about lines from Cavalli of menswear, womenswear, accessories, underwear, eyewear, jewelry, fragrances, footwear, and more. Other…
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You know how I just adore her! Great pics and editorial!!!
Originally posted on A Stairway To Fashion:
Last week we could sneak peek at Victoria Beckham‘s third Vogue cover, in a previous post. Here is the full editorial, photographed by legendary Patrick Demarchelier and showing a Victoria that, when it comes to fashion, is open to try different things and scenarios, picturing the 40-year-old designer in situations that we never saw her before.
Victoria said about her spread in Vogue: “ I’m never afraid to try something different when I’m working with the best people. Doing a Vogue shoot is always very exciting – it’s Vogue and the team, the creative team, the photographer, the hair, the make-up, the styling, everything is the best.”Victoria…
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To go ahead with Versace love!! #fall #2014 … So magnificent !!!
Originally posted on the CITIZENS of FASHION:
“I love the Fifties couture. For me, it was the most perfect in cut and construction,” said Donatella Versace backstage at the Atelier Versace Fall 2014 fashion show yesterday during Haute Couture Fashion Week Fall 2014.
But the 50’s had nothing to do with this collection, and Versace generally. Instead it was all about cutting and deconstruction in a very sartorial way : perfect-fit corseted silhouettes, ample asymmetry which let a lot of skin to be seen,a column dress with a single trouser leg adorned with Versace’s famous metal buckles , fringes and embroideries that composed the haute couture fall 2014 collection of the italian fashion house.
A collection for a young girl with a reckless style, like our days pop singers or Madonna , but not what the haute couture clientele is looking for…
images by Giovanni Giannoni for WWD.com