If you weren’t already aware, Adele is the bomb diggity. Like…worthy of bringing back phrases from the Nineties she is so amazing. Vogue UK obviously gets the picture, as the mega mag has slapped her on the cover of their October 2011 issue (see: Adele – “Hometown girl goes global“). You’ll be able to get a closer look at the Sølve Sundsbø lensed photo as well as some intriguing content (Amy Childs: The Ultimate Essex Girl?) come September 8th.
Vogue Russia‘s Райское изобилие – or “Heavenly Abundance” – is not a fashion spread for those who can’t fathom fashion sarcasm. In the shoot for their May 2011 issue, we have Kate Netolicka selling us a categorically Nineties way of over-doing it. From skin to accessories, the Jamie Nelson-shot photos are iced in gold and orange, with a sprinkling of papaya whipped lips. Fantastically trashy. View Post
THE NINETIES. Honestly, if you’re reading this fashion blog, you’re most likely in the generation that grooves sentimental on the era of quirky fashion. Alexander Wang seems to feel the same, thanks to his Fall/Winter, late nineties, grunge-meets-classy collection. Swarovski crystals on pants? Mohair and satin combined? Ombre knits? It was a groomed reflection of most of our beloved teen years. Check out the top five looks below. View Post
When Janice Dickinson is on front row, you know you’re in for a treat. Giles Deacon had the best ‘model’ line-up of London Fashion Week, hands down; pregnant model-slash-TV presenter Abbey Clancy, curve-tastic Kelly Brook, (The A-Team…) Ana, Alessandra, Amber (Le Bon), Agyness and 71-year-old legend Veruschka, who closed. Giles just has an incredible eye. His collections are always a lesson in ‘How To Wear Colour‘, and with a sweet selection of fluorescent Sibling knits, he did not dissapoint. With a strong nineties club influence, he is pulling shapes like it’s nobody’s business. View Post