Tag: runways

Versace’s new sexy

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A yellow bodycon mini dress with cutted-out triangles of Versace’s 2010 Spring made me fall in love with fashion. But honestly, through the years I lost interest in the brand: it all felt oversexualized and repetitive.

But times have changed and Versace has proved to know what a girl wants: to dress for herself. This fall collection shows how the brand has succesfully evolved to keep relevance while manteinaing its DNA intact.

Clean, more contemporary shapes (even boxy and oversized!) were all over the runway and cut-out and mini silhouettes are now sophisticated. They’re wearable withouth losing the impact and boldness that caracterizes the brand. (more…)

Jeremy Scott: intendedly tacky

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Cowboys and Poodles was the name of Jeremy Scott’s Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2016 collection show that featured a Christmas three like coat, Holstein and outer space prints, a pair of Ren and Stimpy pastel cowboy boots, among other references to pop culture, rockabilly and Barbie Hollywood he’s clearly stock with Barbie. (more…)

The eternal comeback of the 70’s

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PHOTO CREDITS: Christophe Lemaire, Chloé, Emilio Pucci/Indigital, Jonathan Sunders, Derek Lam/Indigital, Chloé/Indigital.

With the rise of the much feared culottes, the 70’s have made a huge comeback…again. The era that started self-expression through clothes have become the most predictable fashion trend ever: every two seasons the fringed bag is the new “it bag” and flared pants fight for a spot in our already skinny jeans-fulfilled hearts and closets. (more…)

Designer to watch: Antonio Marras from I’m Isola

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French girl attends to mediterranean college at I’m Isola Spring Summer 2015 collection, the diffusion line of Kenzo’s art director Antonio Marras. I’m comes from the acronym ISOLA MARRAS which key concept is resumed in the phrase IO SONO UN‘ISOLA (I’m an island) according to the creator.  (more…)

Ronald McDonald meets Moschino

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Photo credit: Getty

In 1962 Andy Warhol presented a series of thirty-two canvases featuring canned soup aligned on the gallery wall like the product is displayed on grocery store shelves. It was a message about how art became just another mundane object for mass consumption. (more…)