Rousteing has often touted diversity on his runways, not just in terms of race or nationality, but also of age. Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, and Naomi Campbell—50, 45, and 45, respectively—star in his Spring ad campaign. He gets props for that. But if he’s really going to tackle the shape issue, he should put his money where his mouth is and enlist truly curvy girls next season. And we don’t mean Victoria’s Secret curves, we mean curvy curves. Kim curves. After all, as Kanye West put it afterward: “She’s the source; the whole collection is based on Kim.”
Is it me or looks from after parties look more sophisticated and Oscar worthy, than from the actual red carpet?! Here are some amazing looks from the biggest night in Hollywood:
My absolute favorite look , Jessica Alba in Roberto Cavalli, Jimmy Choo clutch and David Webb jewelry
Miranda Kerr in Kaufmanfranco and Atelier Swarovski jewelry
Diane Kruger in Reem Acra, Jimmy Choo shoes and Slyva & Cie jewelry
Rachel McAdams in Naeem Khan and Stuart Weitzman shoes
Georgina Chapman in Marchesa
Emily Ratajowski in Neil Lane jewelry and Casadei shoes
Cate Blanchett in an Armani Privé gown embellished with Swarovski crystals and accessorised with Tiffany & Co. jewellery.
Can anyone look bad in McQueen, of course not here the proof Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe rocking red carpet wearing McQueen.
Isn’t red always great idea. especially if you are Charlize Theron.Actress wore Dior dress with Harry Winston diamonds.
Rooney Mara wearing Givenchy couture.
Margot Robbie in a golden dress by Tom Ford. Looking Stunning as always.
Leonardo DiCaprio in a tuxedo by Giorgio Armani, Also congratulations to Leo on his 1st Oscar winning.
On the final day of a frigid New York collections, Korean pop sensation and front row phenom CL decided to heat things up with an informal dance party. Cass Bird and Jorden Bickham grabbed some pretty pals and built-to-move clothes straight off the catwalks; choreographer and YouTube sensation Willdabeast (whose recent take on the “Formation” video went viral) made a few calls to flexers and voguers; and before you knew it the likes of Joey Bada$$, Taylor Hill, and Stella Maxwell were joyously proclaiming goodbye Fashion Week, hello bitches. Here’s to the hottest night of a cold week!
Today on Februray 26th Kpop Queen turned 25, congratulations. Check vide
Sarah Burton is about to have her third baby in two weeks’ time, but before going off on maternity leave tonight, she delivered the most beautiful, sensitive, and breathtakingly crafted Alexander McQueen collection, at home in London. Almost literally, it was spun out of dreams.
What she started in her hugely well-received pre-collection—research that took her to Schiaparelli-like surrealist prints and cobweb-fine knits—came into full poetic bloom here, at a level every bit as elevated as haute couture. She described her woman as: “Almost sleepwalking, in a state where reality and dreams become blurred.” Toward the end, this imagined character had become an almost incorporeal sylph, like a vision from an Erté drawing, trailing a silver-sprinkled cloak embroidered with stardust and the phases of the moon.
Its now a secret that colorful hair styles are becoming more and ore trendy. Grey/silver hair has been a hit of the last year and still remaining. Bright, bold colors were making serious statement at NYFW this week. All the colors of rainbow has been displayed on the streets of New York. I can even say that this hair style took more risks this season than designers. Here are some om My personal favorite looks.
Thank God for Marc Jacobs. Just when you were ready to give up on New York Fashion Week—its dull, derivative shows, the general lack of risk-taking, the freezing cold, the traffic!—along he comes and renews your faith. Tonight’s set, a spare white box with glossy white floorboards, wasn’t necessarily auspicious. But then came the ping of a bell, and a model’s shadow crossed the backdrop. From the first sight of her gothy black liner and lipstick, foot-high platforms, shrunken band-concert sweatshirt, crocheted doily collar, and full skirt ballooning above a crinoline, we knew we were in for a show. Sixty-five heavily embellished, manically layered, and mostly black looks later, including one on Lady Gaga, we were all pretty much floored.
You can always expect to find princess-worthy dresses at Marchesa, and today designers took cues from the work of Edwardian artist John Singer Sargent, a man renowned for his paintings of high-society women. “Each girl was her own portrait,” said Chapman before the show. “Regal and powerful like a queen.”