Wild and vibrant, this trend is not for the weak. Soren Bach creates eccentric head pieces for his Spring 2008 catwalk. I’m inundated with hats that are “rediscovered vintage looks,” and this is why Soren Bach leads the mad hatters to forward progression that is both shocking and stunning.
Today begins the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute blog discussions of some 40 acquisitions titled ” Blog.mode: Addressing Fashion.” Each piece has some artistic or historical relevance to fashion, and is something of a crash course in fashion history. This public dialogue is a great concept, because those who are fearful to comment on […]
DRAMA magazine, a new biannual magazine that focuses on fashion, photography,and the performing arts. From the spreads I’ve seen so far, I am intrigued by their use of movement and fluidity in regards to fashion as a communicative medium. Some really big fashion names headline their editorial team: Editor-In-Chief Ram Shergill
Truly this is a trend that is completely and utterly celebrity inspired…the ankle bracelet! With the slew of pyt’s ( Lindsay Lohan, Eve, Michelle Rodriguez) who have been photographed wearing their clunky bracelets, Karl Lagerfeld interpreted this “trend” [...]
You’ve got to check out top shoe designer Jonathan Kelsey, who learned his trade with Jimmy Choo. ( Fashion runs in his family, his cousin Stuart Vevers won the Accessory Designer of the Year at the 2006 British Fashion Awards.) The shoes have a kind of polish and sophistication that I enjoy but with a […]