I have been waiting for this show since I was a little toddler nugget: The Cruella de Vil collection (presented as Topshop Unique). As the congregation of Anna Wintour-snappers evaporated from sight, the Thirties-cum-Dalmatian models traipsed along the enormous runway. Oversized faux fur and art deco elements were abundant, with nonpareil pieces like the Brooklyn Bridge dress and many embellished sleeve dresses. See the top five looks below! View Post
It’s official, September 8, 2011 is going to be the third birthday of a very important event – Fashion’s Night Out. As you would expect, we don’t have a lot of details just yet, just some vague ‘quotes’ to the likeness of “next year’s event will once again expose shoppers to new stores and products through events and promotions.”
Vogue.com has been blogging about the news:
While details on what to expect are still emerging, one thing is for sure: After putting together the largest public fashion show in New York City history last September, there is no telling what you can expect this year. We can promise, however, that across the globe, from Brooklyn to Berlin, it will be a night to remember—and all in support of all aspects of the fashion industry.
Elle Brasil did “Brooklyn 1960” for their November issue, with a red-haired Caroline Trentini. The change looks gorgeous paired with photography by Fabio Bartelt and styling by Susana Barbosa. They did a great job of keeping true to city without playing into cheesy shots. View Post