Portugese model Jani Gabriel doesn’t need much in order to turn heads: just an easy denim smock-dress dripping in tassels, and a pair of nude suede thigh high boots, both from H&M. Together the ensemble carries a neo-bohemian charm that would make it equally perfect for music festivals as for fashion ones.
Hailing from Poland, designer Lukasz Jemiol showed his autumn collection as a guest of yesterday’s ModaLisboa in Lisbon. The closing number was a floor-length dress of shimmering metallic that – through billows of smoke and light – turned the model into a sort of sparkling Grecian Goddess.
If you already plan on making the most out of this season’s sexy take on masculine tailoring for women, you’ll need a little something extra besides the too-cool-to-care attitude, to pull off the ever-so effortless slouchy look. We’re talking hair, used as the ultimate accessory, either to fully embrace the boyish influence, or to perfect your menswear inspired outfits with the right dose of femininity.…
They’re just a little bit unreal – these girls, these dolls. One’s a tin soldier in towering heels, a ballerina in barely-there tulle. One’s a racoon warrior in a metal mask, a jewellery box figurine. Their skin shines like wax, and their hair ignores gravity by moulding into architectural waves. You might even say these two beauties defy categorisation all together as, far from being…
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Everything appears to move at the speed of sound now, each step hurried towards an unknown destination, every truth no matter how beautiful, so severely disguised. But all it takes is a quick stop and a good look around to realize that beauty got to finally be painted in a more natural light, which by associations makes life appear rather understandable and easy, uncomplicated and…
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Simply dressed, looking soft and sweet – Sasha Luss existed the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan in an oversized sweater and skinny leather pants, bundled effortlessly in a printed scarf. She was still wearing the show’s soft chignon and classic makeup.
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Looking a little like something out of a Lana Del Rey video (ok, a lot), Free People’s March 2014 look book has Erin Wasson and Mark Wystrach road tripping through the Midwestern desert. From windblown Harley Davidson rides to a Vegas wedding, it’s all about love, freedom, and effortless sensual dressing.
Contrast. It’s the striking exhibition of unlikeness that creates beauty in the most unexpected ways, that keeps things interesting while still extremely relevant, and that thrives upon styles clashing together as if by accident. But nothing is left to chance when the ultimate goal is to continuously redefine the concept of contemporary fashion. Equal parts sexy, sporty and cool, Pablo Curto‘s editorial is built upon…
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Laura Biagiotti’s notes spoke of casual clothes like they were the devil. Not all casual clothes, to be fair, but the ‘scruffy’ kind she’s come to see as defining the current young generation. Whatever happened to craftsmanship? Biagiotti set out to prove that it’s alive and well, if a little under-appreciated. “Artisan workmanship”, she expresses for fall / winter 2014, “is a profound expression of…
A cool, sporty sweater can easily be given life as a sophisticated wardrobe staple, if only you know how to dress it up. This Voo sweater was paired with block panelled tailored pants in a contrasting vibrant blue – with just a hint of grey on them to match back. A smart coat and pair of heels finished off the street style look.
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