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5 things to do for James Bond day

James Bond day isn’t something celebrated every year. But this year is doubly special for Bond fans globally: it’s the anniversary of 50 years of James Bond, and there’s a new film soon to be released. With Skyfall hitting cinema screens later this month, it’s time to stop and indulge in a few Bond-themed activities. Here are 5.

Man-style shoes for women: a time-travelling device in the world of fashion

With British shoe artisanship being at its best this year many a style of shoe, such as Dr Martens and brogues, have been adapted to fulfil a feminine clientele. This year these traditionally British shoe brands have supplied the demand and branched out to create various interpretations of the female equivalent of male dominated shoe designs; breaking the boundaries of man-woman fashions and resulting in…

Sneakers for the fashionable Olympics spectator

Yes Olympic fever (nowhere near as ghastly as Bieber fever) has hit Fashionising.com’s London office. Finding the fashionable remedies hasn’t been quite as easy as you might think, however. Sure we brought you the best Olympic themed fashion photo shoot and followed up on the vintage Olympics theme by way of the John Smedley x Umbro recreation collection, but truly fashionable Olympic fusions have been few…

Miranda Kerr: from a campaign to the street

Such is the value of street style to brands that most fashion houses liberally give away their next season clothes and accessories to the models who have just walked their catwalks. That value is seen more than two-fold if the model in concern catches not just the eye of street style photographers but also the paparazzi. Hence models such as Miranda Kerr don’t simply front…

Pop Art pops up again, this time on your skirt

It’s a little hard at times to distinguish the line between the current fascination with comics, and the revived interest in Pop Art. That’s because the two things are themselves intertwined, so any hope of determining one’s influence on the other, in how they play out on the fashion scene at least, is futile. What we do know is that both are popping up (pardon…

Anna Dello Russo brings her crazy style to H&M

If you’ve ever looked at Anna Dello Russo‘s intense and somewhat flamboyant sense of style and wished you could replicate it without having access to every forthcoming designer collection and a wardrobe of 4,000 shoes, then your chance has just arrived. Dello Russo has created an “over the top” accessories collection for retail chain H&M.

On the road to Zanzibar

We’ve already touched on how you photograph 2012′s tribal fashion trend, and along the way have provided plenty of examples of pieces that are a part of it. But styling it, particularly styling it inline with other 2012 fashion trends is a different ball game altogether. For that, today we turn to photographer Hicham Riad and stylist Anne Rabeux.
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012

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