Dolce & Gabbana have created a make-up line for eyes and nails. The nail varnishes come in white, green, maroon, peacock blue and chocolate brown, accompanied by eyeshadows in black, white, black and brown. Maybe this was the only thing the glamorous Dolce & Gabbana woman needed to finish off her femme fatale look.
The ad campaign image of the Dolce & Gabbana Kohl Collection is the British actress Felicity Jones, who poses with intensely red lips, and nails and eyes decorated with this new range.
Barneys Co-op present their tribute to denim in this catalogue full of references to classic 3D images (if you have red & blue glasses, put them on). It features the latest creations from Superfine, Acne, Helmut Lang and Current Elliot...
The ad campaign stars Liu Wen, Viktoriya Sasonika and Sasha Pivovarova, and it's the perfect excuse to take a peek at this fall's new denim products.
Do you have your glasses on? Enjoy these new products from PRPS, Acne, Citizens of Humanity, Evisu,Nudie, Helmut Lang, Hudson, Levi´s, Rag & Bone, J Brand, Current/Elliott, Gilded Age, Resin and Genetic... You can find them all in Barneys Co-Op.
It’s a vexing conundrum: you can tell a lot about a man by his shoes; yet there are only a limited number of ways a gentleman can truly express himself via his footwear. Men’s shoes just don’t cut it in the expansive design stakes.
But we’re sensing a mood shift, as evidenced by these snappy striders, fresh for Spring 2010.
Christian Louboutin’s Freddy Flats lace-up shoes are made with patent leather and smattered with a profusion of studs to the toe and heel. They scream: daringly dapper. Not surprisingly Pharrell Williams has already stepped out in a pair.
In keeping with what the bling theme, Michael Kors has released these Capote Flats. Made from tan leather and featuring silver toe jewellery they’re a statement in English eccentricity.
Christian Louboutin surprises us again with impeccable, magnificent still-life shots that present each of his shoes as a unique, exquisite piece. For his fall 2010 line, the world of stories is the main theme for a magical catalogue that deserves a close look.
The photography is the work of Khuong Nguyen, who worked closely with postproducer Antoine Mairot and set designer Bernard Peault, all true maestros of their respective fields.
Shoes fly in a composition featuring references to Alice in Wonderland, others plunge into the ocean and escape from a crystal ball... Take a look.
Louise Donegan is the new muse in this ode to saturated color designed by Chantal Thomass this summer 2010. The collection takes inspiration from cocktail dresses and comes in a sugary, sensual color palette with English embroidery and simple details.
The cocktail party look blends with a baby doll style and touches of sensitivity and femininity. Frills play on waves of black and white, in a graphic line that frees its wearer to seduce...
The use of print within fashion is not a new phenomenon, however, with technological innovation a surge of photosynthesis prints is giving an almost 3D effect to the finished garments. The fusion of color, print and reality makes the wearer feel like a moving installation! One brand whose signature style integrates narrative prints and a kaleidoscope of colors is Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason of Ostwald Helgason.
The German and Icelandic designers met when both were working for a London design studio. They won two design grants from the German government and showed their first joint collection at Paris Fashion Week. Ostwald is the color and print designer and Helgason is the maestro of the silhouettes. The Ostwald Helgason label launched in 2006 and stocks in Denmark, France, Hong Kong, Iceland, Japan, Netherlands, UK and US in shops such as Opening Ceremony, Kokon To Zai and Bauhaus, and boasts fans such as Rihanna and Daphne Guinness.