The Abstract Expressionist artist Clyfford Still inspired the Pre-Fall collection. His use of jagged edges and large expanses of color inspired many of the prints and fabrics, as well as the dripped paint embroideries.
The current economy has my pocketbook all tied up for the moment. Don’t believe the hype we are still in a recession. But Santa I want to look hot at the holiday party and on New Years Eve ! Don’t fret girlfriend Girl Meets Dress to the rescue.
If you’re asking the question “what shoe’s shall I wear? and your thinking of seasonal holiday celebrations there’s an upside to this dilemma, it comes via footwear brand Duo shoes. Based in Somerset, in the same county that Mulberry are opening a second factory in 2013, Duo are extremely proud to be Made in Britain. What started as an Italian collection of shoes designed by Ted and Muffy Maltby in 1974, award-winning Duo have been steadily building a reputation as international purveyors of fine designer inspired footwear.
Brooklyn based fashion designer, Suzanne Rae short film features her Fall/Winter 2012 collection, directed by filmmakers Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo of Knockout Pictures. The film captures magic New York nights when we allow the city, its lights, and music, to fill our heads with that Sex in the City Dreams.
Need a few office to party outfit ideas why not try this 31 Phillip Lim black sequined silk sweatshirt and pair it with your favorite skinny jeans. Hand-embellished. Black silk. Cotton-blend ribbed-knit trims, silver, olive and lilac patchwork sequin embellishment, fully lined.
The Centre Georges Pompidou located in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement of Paris, near Les Halles, rue Montorgueil and the Marais. It was designed in the style of high-tech architecture. It is also where Diane Pernet celebrated the fifth anniversary of her festival A Shaded View On Fashion Film (ASVOFF) over the weekend of November 9 – 11th.
Adama Kai, whose Aschobi Designs label is the first western style imprints to set up in the country. Kai was born in New Jersey, moved to Sierra Leone at four, studied at Parson the New School for Design both in New York and Paris.