Riccardo Tisci

Riccardo Tisci with Mariacarla Boscono


Riccardo Tisci! This comes as a bit of a shock since I believe Tisci has developed and nurtured Givenchy to it’s utmost potential, and leaving that legacy behind would certainly be a sartorial tragedy. I hope his new role as head designer of Dior (stepping into John Galliano‘s controversial shoes) allows him to pull a Karl Lagerfeld and work at at both houses.

FYT: An appropriate theme song for this historical moment: View Post

Expression Figurative Anna de Rijk
In my time as a make-up artist for Chanel, I never dreamed of using their cosmetics to create something so fabulous. In Vogue Paris’ “Expression Figurative”, we get a final glimpse of Carine Roitfeld‘s beauty legacy. Shot by Inez & Vinoodh (Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin), Anna de Rijk is the canvas of creativity for stylist Melanie Ward, and essentially an inspiration to the makeup gurus of Youtube alike. View Post

Moschino Fall Winter 2011
Moschino worships menswear for the XX chromosome according to their Fall/Winter 2011 show. Inspired by “the fashionable crowd“, there was a heavy emphasis on the body of an impeccably-dressed, curvy woman. While the collection was not as brazen as before, the tuxedo, riding pant, and top hat interjections contributed to the brand’s cheeky legacy. See the top five looks below! View Post

Giles for Emanuel Ungaro
Ungaro was sold in 2004 after founder Emanuel announced his retirement, unfortunately kickstarting a revolving door of designers at the helm of a once colourful and impeccable design house. They’ve been through Lindsay Lohan (no comment), Esteban Cortazar and Estrella Archs. Finally, the incredible Giles Deacon has been announced as New Kid on The Block. Emanuel Ungaro’s legacy is no longer destined for doom. Paris Fashion Week will show us the goods on October 4th and I can’t wait to see what’s in store.