It has peek-a-boo lace dresses, dainty lace parasols, and gorgeous models. Not like you needed many more reasons to go straight in and check out Stone Cold Fox’s latest fall 2014 offering, but nevertheless – here are five. See them all after the break.
Victorian-inspired, swarmed with oriental designs or picked up from great-grandmother’s attic, parasols took pride in maintaining a traditional image. These bad boys have made multiple appearances in the past, predominantly with their lace or embroidered buddies. But now they’ve matured up to be more contemporary and simple, something we didn’t foresee. As the beaming sunshine drags you out in the park, there isn’t a better…
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Travel about 70km northwest of Melbourne and you’ll happen upon Hanging Rock; an eerie formation that rises up from the ground like a cluster of giant tombstones. It was formed when the ground decided to spew out magma some 6 million years ago. Even in spending much of my own childhood nearby, the sheer age and volcanic birth of that hulking stone burial ground failed…
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With red hair and brighter butterflies encasing her face Karen Elson is an eccentric sight to see in the March 2011 issue of US Vogue magazine. This photo shoot is a feast for the eyes with lambs, parasols and outdoor scenery. Watch out for the cotton jacket by Comme des Garcons and the snowflake inspired fabric dress after the jump.
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A stunning setting and darling accessories like this parasol umbrella enhance the major 2010 hair trend in this pictorial for Vogue Mexico’s March issue – that is peroxide blonde hair.