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12 of the best 1960s inspired bags

Aside from the mod silhouettes trending for fall 2014, there are many other equally gorgeous ways to indulge in the retro spirit, many of those borrowing the shape of the classy 1960s inspired bags making for today’s inspiring round-up. Muted, colour blocked or dipped in delicate pastels, this season’s it accessory is delightfully feminine, evocative, yet super-modern. A must for every woman longing for timelessness.…

A backward glance: at ModaLisboa

Sometimes it’s when you see the back of an outfit that it truly stands out to you. Like this one at ModaLisboa yesterday: there was the leather harness detail, and of course the braid. Such detail just calls for an over-the-shoulder glance.

Anonymous Pocahontas: at Joaquim Correia

I wish I could tell you exactly what was going on in the mind of Joaquim Correia when he breathed this unusual collection into being, but alas I did not get a chance to ask. On the runway at ModaLisboa his small regiment of uniformly platinum bobbed models seemed to fall somewhere between Pocahontas and fame-shy pop singer Sia. Faces were obscured but midriffs and…

5 grunge makeup looks to try this fall

Made of distressed denim, plaid, chokers, lots of leather and velvet, the new grunge trending for fall is not a mere fashion statement, but a style that’s already shaping up what is the edgier portrait of beauty. So start thinking of the colder days as made of smouldering eyes, dark pouts, strong eyebrows and smudged liner. And if you do plan to give the glamorous-grungy…

Daniela De Jesus Cosio is like a glamazonian superhero

On Daniela De Jesus Cosio’s glamazonian body, any styling would do. She’s all slender and elongated and possessive of that envied thigh gap the internet is always up in arms about. But while Daniela could look glamorous in a paper bag, this is a team effort. Pierre Dal Corso‘s latest shoot for Galore Mag is about bringing together Daniela’s natural beauty with the kind of…
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag
Daniela De Jesus Cosio by Pierre Dal Corso for Galore Mag

Off duty model friends: in Paris

Exiting a show never looked so relaxed or effortless as these two off duty models make it look. The half-undone leather overall against a fluffy pink knit made for a particularly striking combination.

15 street style shots you won’t want to miss: Paris, day 8

Paris fashion week can’t fizzle out on a low note; of course not. There’s Louis Vuitton kicking off the last day, after all. And so the final day’s street style remains unmissable. From Olivia Palermo’s mod green mini to Ulyana Sergeenko’s leather overalls, you can find 15 of the best street style shots at the gallery.

The quintessential modernist

Black, leather, quilting details and architectural silhouettes: they’re shaping of the quintessential modernist, spruced here and there with sheer lace and dainty pleats, living a step into the future but pertaining ultimately to the here and the now. Taking cues from The Fifth Element, photographer Adam Marc Williams melted together strength, femininity and a whisper of futuristic sensuality in the compelling editorial shot for Back To…
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine
Quintessence by Adam Marc Williams for Back To Black Magazine

8 gorgeous beauty looks from the Milan runways

The minimal, barely-there makeup looks abounded on the Milan Fashion Week (MFW) runways as if to emphasize bare beauty as the major trend expected to rule come spring 2015. Surrounded by a sea of glossy lips and dewy complexions that were rounded off, at most, with a single coat of mascara, some beauty looks chose to build upon the minimal, while others took things in…

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