Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Dakota Fanning: All Grown UP


What happened to little ?

The soon to be 16 year old has posed for a spread in Vogue Italia with some Heavy!!!!!! eyebrows, which we're not feeling here either. she kept it tame and pretty.

Lets keep it that way, Dakota.
[Image courtesy of Vogue Italia.]

Read more: CocoPerez http://cocoperez.com/page/3/#ixzz0fk2zr2VU
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A date Zac and Marc on a Tuesday Morning xxxx

Zac Posen showed his Fall 2010 collection and i have to say it embodies everything prefect for the fall season. Right from the fur/fuax  hills to the tuxedo imprint dress that accentuate a woman figure........i can already see Blair Waldorf   in something like this......xxxx

Marc Jacobs showed shortly after. There wasn't a lot of colour, but a MASSIVE!!! amount of fur/Faux.It turned out beautifully at the end. I especially love!!! the metallic  gown....and also the fact that it was not paired with heels ........till we meet again...lovly fashionistas


Sunday, 14 February 2010

Apparently Lacoste would actually sell some of it's new A/W collection to retailers..

Unlike many of Lacoste’s earlier runway pieces that never made it to the racks, we’re told a dozen or so looks from yesterday’s Christopher Lemaire collection–in which the designer transformed the label’s signature polo into oversize sweater dresses and cropped jackets–will actually be sold in several of the brand’s own stores come fall.This change might have something to do with new leadership. Former Diesel USA chief Steven Birkhold was tapped to lead the French brand’s U.S. business in early January 2010.

 Reference (Fashionista)

Alexander Wang........Wangy Wang Baby!!!!

Started with :

and concluded with ...............
 yes i know it is gorgeous.......
 More to come !!!!.

Saturday, 13 February 2010

Fashion Week BABY!!!!!!!

Fashion week has stared but only a few lines have shown....and everything is a bit down dull from McQueen's  latest exit from the seen...but........................

Here are some bit from Christian Siriano.I picked the looks i like the best....I also think, he is growing from the normal chic/victoria beckham look he always did, into something unique

BCBG Max Azria showed shortly....

I don't know the line really well  but my friend zeme has a shoe collection from  them , and they are not actually bad.....I really liked the dresses in this show.Especially the first dress because it reminds me of a windy fall evening.. ................more to come shortly

Olaolu Ebiti

The death of Alexander McQueen

When Alexander (Lee) McQueen showed what we now know to be his final collection in Paris last October, he seemed to be a designer with an eye to what’s next. The show was streamed live to the Internet, the clothes were experimental and modern. The takeaway was that McQueen, in addition to reaffirming his genius, had established himself as someone who was taking the rapidly changing medium in stride, that he was able to find inspiration in the tumult of technology.

His creative excitement about the possibilities of the future — just months ago he was fantasizing to the New York Times about holograms that would allow anyone anywhere to see his collections in three lovely dimensions — makes his death this morning of an apparent suicide all the more shocking.

There are not many designers in any generation with the ability to do what McQueen did, which is marry epic imagination with mind-blowing technical skill. He’d apprenticed on Savile Row (where he’d once etched something pretty nasty in the lining of Prince Charles’s suit), and he’d studied at Central St. Martins. There was never any doubt that McQueen knew exactly what he was doing. He was famous for razor-sharp tailoring, a gothic sensibility, and an ability to push all sorts of fashion buttons. He popularized “bumster” pants and named a collection “Highland Rape.”

While his professional life was an endless flow of critical and financial success, friends worried that his personal life was sometimes dark. And lately there had been an awful lot of death: He lost his friend and mentor Isabella Blow to suicide three years ago, and last week he lost his mother.

After Blow’s death, McQueen was, by all accounts, devastated. He told her husband that he’d been to his psychic, and the psychic had comforted him with the news that Issie was doing just fine in the afterlife. She was spending time, he said, with her fantastic cannibal grandmother.

McQueen’s friends, family, and many, many admirers all over the world are in mourning today over the loss of this great talent, and also at the knowledge that he was able to create so much beauty in the midst of so much sadness.

Read more: Alexander McQueen, 1969–2010 -- The Cut http://nymag.com/daily/fashion/2010/02/alexander_mcqueen_1969-2010.html#ixzz0fQ4Q6dS7


Baby is bored.... And baby is going out of his mind.......I want to barff all over my jimmy choos.....and step to the kini fools...... Any way.... I want to blog about my london experience.......firstly.... The chanel. 2.55 bag.....the guy with the trench coat and the hermes scarf, with the geeky glasses....super cool..... Teds polo t-shirt, suspenders and slim fit trouser....rolled up at the bottom....... And the many louis vitton I have seen. not determined weather it is fake or not......and the lovely skirt that hannah wore to class party........p.s I wish zeme was here.....was thinking something on the train to london... It had to do with a dress that had to do with plastic..... With. Mixture or colors of red and yellow...drawn from the inspiration of victor and rolfs new 2010 spring collection and also the balenciaga multicolor shoes...... Not particularly