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The fashion world has just lost an iconic, talented, graceful designer. The designer who’s dresses can make women feel like a princess lost his long fight with cancer. This man was truly a genius and there is no other designer quite like him or can top him. I am truly sad..
TopShop has collaborated with the creators of a raw denim, acid faux fur and Matrix Style Leather Marques’ Almeida. If your not quite associated with this duo, in 2009 they gained their experience at Vivienne Westwood/ Anglomania (Marques) and Preen (Almeida). In 2009 they started the acclaimed Fashion MA at Central Saint Martins and began working as a duo. While their post study collection modified hints of street wear, they championed a relaxed, deconstructed look. Now this duo has brought their aesthetics to TopShop. Scroll through the images and click on each image to purchase.
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Denim Cap Sleeve Shift Dress by Marques’Almeida X Topshop – Black $150
Relaxed Skinny Jeans by Marques’Almeida X Topshop – Indigo Denim $135
Oversized Wool Blend Jumper by Marques’Almeida X Topshop – Navy Blue $135
Leather Knee High Riding Boots by Marques’Almeida X Topshop – Navy Blue $240
Well, the leap has finally been made! Chanel, glorious, lovely, beautiful Chanel is finally posting Instagram! I cannot wait to see the photos the brand will post. The reason behind the long wait is to promote the fashion film “The One That I Want,” starring Gisele Bündchen and directed by Baz Luhrmann.
The New York summit of muses is where Caroline de Maigret snapped some informal photos of Harley Viera-Newton wearing a red Chanel bag and Anna Wintour with Karl Lagerfeld and Baz Lurhrmann. Take a look at the pictures that were posted on @chanelofficial.
Leigh Lezark and Harley Viera-Newton at the #CHANELN5 event in New York. #THEONETHATIWANT (photo by Caroline de Maigret)
Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour, and Baz Luhrmann at the #CHANELN5 event in New York. #THEONETHATIWANT (Photo by Caroline de Maigret)
Congratulations to John Galliano as he makes his triumphant return to the world of fashion design. We all go through periods in life in which we are not proud of and regret the mistakes we’ve all made. Let’s hope that this master of design has paddled through his mistakes. Not only is Maison Martin Margiela already an amazing brand, but with Galliano as the new Creative Director it will be taken to a whole new level. Good luck Galliano!
Spring 2015 Fashion Trend: Grown-Up Baby-Doll Dresses at Givenchy, Chloe, Saint Laurent: Glamour.com
So these adorable dresses may be making a trending comeback, but sans the post Courtney Love… It is a great style, if worn correctly. I have to say my favorite is the Givenchy dress that Cara Delevingne modeled… What’s your’s?
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The Chanel show choreographed by Karl Lagerfeld ended with a homologized version of a faux-feminist march. The spring 2015 show was a collection right out of the 1970′s feminism movement. The models carried silver attachés with Chanel accessories, slouchy cross-body messenger bags, all while carrying picket signs in a re-creation of a feminist protest.
Can you guess who was leader of the movement? That’s right Karl Lagerfeld himself. The show consisted of boxy tweed pants and oversized ties. Lagerfeld did do a magnificent job with part of the collection, but I have to say, I’m not certain if I’m in love with the entire collection. In addition the faux-protesting could have been omitted, there could have been a different ending to the show. Watch the video below and see for yourself.
For those of you have been following the story of the rise and fall of John Galliano, then you know this history of it all. His work has been praised throughout the years for design houses such as Givenchy, Dior and his own label John Galliano. If Galliano intends to make a comeback, he will have a lot to prove to the world and the fashion industry.
#JohnGalliano #Galliano #Dior #Givenchy
In this lovely world of fashion, yes, there are only a select few of people that can truly, truly understand how you feel about fashion. Before I started blogging, I never really had that connection with anyone, but then, as I started to meet more and more friends in the blogging world, I’ve found my connections!
So my whole point to this is that, if you love fashion and your friends just don’t quite get how you feel about it, join a fashion group or club where there are other girls just like you!
P.S. This goes out to Katja Nyquist!
#katjanyquist #fashionlover #fashiongal