A tuxedo doesn’t just offer the wearer a sharp outfit option; it bestows a kind of confidence. When wearing one, it’s hard not to saunter into a room with the masculine-meets-feminine swagger of a Marlene Dietrich or a Katherine Hepburn. A soft, ultra-now take may not meet the same level of imposing tailoring and structure; but the essence of the tuxedo seeps through. The confidence…
With any Chloe collection comes a certain expectation. Its an expectation of effortless glamour, an expectation that you’ll fall in love at first sight with the soft Parisian quality and mood of the clothing. How new Creative Director Clare Waight Keller will interpret the Chloe mood and how her designs will line up with those expectations won’t be seen until spring 2012 hits – but…
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For the younger fashioniser with an eye for the eclectic, the look book for Galliano’s spring / summer 2011 collection offers up layering and attitude in equal parts.
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Gifts inspired by coming fashion trends always communicate a level of knowing; you, the gift giver, not only have good taste, but are up to speed on all things chic. Picking the gift that comes from fashion’s luxury world only drives home the point provided, of course, that it’s the quality and not the label you’re paying for. So should you be a gift giver…
I understand spectacles as an accessory, and I know such an accessory works perfectly with Jess Hart‘s street-cool demeanour – I’m just not sure if these are the right specs for Jess’s face shape nor for this season. Her biker boots, however, are bang on trend.
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Nothing epitomises the spirit of Winter fashion more than cosy woolen thigh high socks. Except, perhaps, cosy woolen high high socks in a Fair Isle knit. These ones are by Jean Paul Gaultier.
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Awash with that ’60s Mad Men aesthetic that’s sweeping the fashion world, Jacquelyn Jablonski‘s pictorial for the Telegraph Magazine keeps Fall 2010’s fashion trends – in particular the camel coat – at the fore.
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Jacquelyn Jablonski‘s pictorial in Numero is 80s to the max. There’s the perm, and the slightly distorted angles; it sort of gives me nightmares that are somewhere between Dirty Dancing and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The folks at French Revue des Modes have an affinity for two things: multiple covers and nudity. Their latest issue for spring 2010 features both, with a collection of twelve cover girls. Photographed by Thierry Le Goues the colouring on the covers gives us flashbacks of the retro glam featured in the 2010 Vogue Paris calendar. The cover girls include Jacquelyn Jablonski, Tao Okamoto, former…
When issue 32 of Russh magazine hits news stands on 23 December, we suspect Erin Heatherton‘s cover might catch your eye. And with the cover’s connotations of ‘scuba Bond-girl bombshell’, perfectly inline with 2010’s sportswear as streetwear fashion trend, we can only approve.
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