Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Jimmy Choo XV book

To celebrate 15th Anniversary, Jimmy Choo releases a coffee table book entitled, JIMMY CHOO XV, published by Rizzoli.

The book is available for early release exclusively in Jimmy Choo stores worldwide as of the 26th October 2011
with a deluxe edition featuring a snakeskin print embossed slipcase. The book will be available in fine booksellers worldwide from February 2012.

With a foreword by fashion journalist Colin McDowell and introduction by Tamara Mellon, OBE, Jimmy Choo Founder and Chief Creative Officer, JIMMY CHOO XV chronicles the 15 most significant shoes from the company’s archives through captivating imagery shot by photographers such as Mario Testino and Terry Richardson, editorial from the world’s top fashion magazines, paparazzi shots from the red carpet, design studio sketches and behind the scenes photography.

The company will donate one hundred percent of its revenues from the sale of the book to the Jimmy Choo Foundation, a charitable trust.

Take a sneak peek inside the Jimmy Choo XV book and pre-order now

US Customers: http://bit.ly/JIMMYCHOOXIus

Rest of World http://bit.ly/JIMMYCHOOXIrow

Monday, 10 October 2011

Front Row at Louis Vuitton Women's RTW SS12 Show

Dasha Zhukova, Julia Restoin – Roitfeld, Carine Roitfeld, Marie – Amélie Sauvé, Rachel Zoe, Nicole Richie, Joel Madden and Peter Marino
Uma Thurman, Yves Carcelle, Abbie Cornish
Poppy Delevingne
Nicole Richie
Marc Jacobs, Kate Moss
 Chen Ran

Louis Vuitton / Mazen Saggar - Bertrand Rindoff Petroff

love at first sight

Proenza Schouler PS1 Large leather and jacquard satchel

Saturday, 8 October 2011

Mary's bag

One of the bags from Mary Katrantzou's upcoming collaboration with Longchamp for SS12!! Theme is "East meets West".
 Do you like it?

Friday, 7 October 2011

Wild Thing

Fall is a riot of color and texture as fashion turns neo-tribal with an eclectic mega mix of texture, artisan embellishments and hot color.

 source: net-a-porter

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Carine's book

About This Book

"Carine, and her vision of French Vogue, embodies all that the world likes to think of as Parisian style: a sense of chic that's impeccable and sometimes idiosyncratic and which forever lives on a moonlit street as seen through the lens of Helmut Newton."--Anna Wintour Karl Lagerfeld once said that if you close your eyes and imagine the ideal French woman, it would be Carine Roitfeld. She is a fashion visionary and a muse. Since the start of her career in the early 1990s, through her collaborations with the legendary photographer Mario Testino, Roitfeld has been credited with launching Tom Ford's career at Gucci, as well as turning French Vogue into one of the industry's most worshipped magazines.
This elegant volume is a visual history of Roitfeld's fearless career. A daring instigator, she is known for pushing the limits with her subversive styling ideas. Featuring a selection of 250 magazine tear sheets and covers from pivotal editorial shoots and advertising campaigns, as well as intimate visual ephemera, this book gives an inside view into Roitfeld's creative thought process and sensibility. A must-have for those interested in cutting-edge fashion and femininity, this book will empower women to follow Roitfeld's lead and take risks with their personal style.


 About the Author

Carine Roitfeld is a legendary stylist and former editor in chief of French Vogue. Olivier Zahm is an art critic, renowned curator, and art director. He is the editor in chief of Purple Fashion. Alex Wiederin at Buero New York is creative director of Vogue Hommes International. His work in fashion, photography, and graphic design is highly acclaimed.

Pub Date: October 18, 2011
Publisher: Rizzoli
US Price: $100.00

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Street Style From Paris Fashion Week

Arizona Muse, model
Carine Roitfeld
Catherine Baba, stylist
Giovanna Battaglia, fashion director at Vogue Gioielle and Vogue Pelle
Jill Wolfe, photographer
Louise Ebel, blogger
Marie Hugo (left) with Sharleen Naquet
Natalia Georgala, blogger
Roane Mesquida, French actress
Yara Michels, blogger
Lucinda Chambers, stylist

Photos: Craig Arend

Monday, 3 October 2011

Paris Fashion Week Report


Paris's soaring temperatures have put even the most seasoned of front rowers in a spin. Luckily, the ever-chic leather skirt is proving to be the ultimate style solution, with editors simply swapping opaques for bare legs in the Parisian heat. A black mini is the ultimate in tough-luxe when paired with a jersey tank and killer gladiator heels, as illustrated by stylist Barbara Martelo. Alternatively, do like Teen Vogue's Jane Keltner de Valle and channel ladylike cool with a pleated leather midi, pointed pumps and a sleek clutch. Who wears it best?

Charlotte Olympia
Kitty embroidered velvet flats

Studded flats
As we near the end of fashion month, even the most dedicated of heel-lovers have spent the last few days of Paris Fashion Week in flats. But these aren't just any flats - think Charlotte Olympia's feline velvet slippers. Wear with tailored pants and a silk blouse for the offbeat way to work front row chic.

Gala Gonzalez

Kate Lanphear
Karolina Kurkova
Nothing says Left Bank cool like head-to-toe monochrome, the color palette ruling Paris Fashion Week. Do like these front rowers and start with a classic white shirt, layering it with menswear-inspired pieces. Kate Lanphear nods to fall's androgynous trend with a sharp tuxedo jacket and matching pants, while Karolina Kurkova embraces sport luxe in a billlowing blouse and black and white track pants.
source net-a-porter
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