Jean-Paul Gaultier is going to create a collection with the supermarket chain Target. Apparently, the French designer will create fashion clothes for women, men and children as well as products for home, about in all 100 pieces will be available in 2016
“Each time I come to Australia, I am impressed by the relaxed confidence of the Australians. This philosophy is mine and there is a true synergy with my own approach of fashion and style ” says Jean-Paul Gaultier.
To create accessible collections has become a way of life for the French designer who launched a fashion line with the Japanese retailer “Seven & i” last month. Continue reading
The 2007 launch of Paul Vasileff’s first collection marked the seventeen year old’s first foray into the fashion world. The young boy who learned to sew with his grandmother is now a celebrity favourite, continuing to captivate clients and media alike with his whimsical designs and dedication to detail.
At just twenty five years old, Vasileff’s achievements include featuring at London Fashion Week 2010 and graduating from Milan’s Europeo Istituto di Design. A ground-breaking show at Sydney’s 2012 Fashion Palette launched the label into the international sphere. Continue reading
Ferragamo celebrates 100 years in Hollywood with an Edgardo Osorio capsule collection.
A women shoes capsule collection created in collaboration with designer Edgardo Osorio celebrates the 100th anniversary of Salvatore Ferragamo on the Hollywood scene, and the brand’s very close connection with the Golden Age of US cinema.
The ‘Edgardo Osorio for Salvatore Ferragamo’ collection was inspired by Salvatore’s archives, and draws playfully among famous 1930s, ’40s and ’50s models, reinventing them from a contemporary perspective. Continue reading
In the daylight, SWELNUS face appears in an incongruous new millennia-old patchwork of civilizations and everlasting work in progress where the fashion scene keeps growing each season a little more.
“I am pleased that the company is beginning to benefit from our recent strategic initiatives and investments,” said Eric Tibusch, Executive Chief Creative Officer. The implementation of the new global brand structure, and strong growth in our local market. I am confident that our key strategic initiatives will drive continued growth and creation .”
In contrast of other fashion houses which dare Continue reading
Jacqueline, comtesse de Ribes is a French aristocrat, designer, fashion icon, businesswoman, producer, and philanthropist. She has been a member of the International Best Dressed List since 1962.
The Washington Post in 1984, describing this energetic aristocrat with a Nefertiti profile. She herself has a more lofty description of her look: “Elegance, the art of being astonishing without creating astonishment.”
Jacqueline Bonnin de La Bonninière de Beaumont was born on 14 July 1929 in Paris to Jean de Beaumont, comte Bonnin de la Bonninière de Beaumont (1904–2002) and Paule de Rivaud de La Raffinière (1908–1999). In 1948, January the 30th, Jacqueline married Vicomte de Ribes, a successful banker who subsequently became comte de Ribes and Officer of the Legion of Honour, Croix de guerre 1939-1945. Continue reading
Tag Heuer stops its 30-year partnership with McLaren and joins the Formula One with Red Bull in another blow for the Honda-powered team.
Recalling the team’s titles and races win with champions Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, Mika Hakkinen and Lewis Hamilton, it highlighted the qualities of high technology, precision and speed associated with both parties.
The spokesman said “Our relationship with Tag Heuer’s parent company LVMH continues via our new partnership with Chandon, announced last month.” Continue reading
The Thailand Hair Style show is organised by Harpers Bazaar every year and is one of the most successful hair style presentation in Asia.
French luxury footwear fashion designer had a stylish idea shoe with interchangeable heel that have become her signature.
When I heard about Tanya Heath’s shoes, I liked the idea. My first question was how is it possible? She has created gorgeous shoes for every business active woman who wants to change her pair of shoes for a drink after the office.
I’m in love with the concept of interchangeable heels, very nice and if you have a huge appartement or a dressing room larger than a football ground, you have to adopt Tanya’s concept? Continue reading
Jalousele, Follitude, Aparesse… Discover a whole range of new emotions, courtesy of Hermèsistible – Hermès new self-proclaimed wordelicious fashion jewelry. Don’t miss the teaser of the Fall/Winter 2015 accessories and bijoux collection.
From November 17, the famous Baccarat crystal factory will provide the decoration of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré lights and crisal in the most fashion luxury street in the world after rodeo Drive..
A dozen of iconic chandeliers in the house, equipped with 18-24 lights illuminate the street as part of the Christmas illuminations.
A way also for the house to celebrate its arrival in Continue reading
The work of Iversen can be recognized by an ultra female silhouette, luxurious use of material and an eye for detail combined with a large dose of non-Dutch glamour. Craftsmanship and a passion for authentic couture techniques form the basis for the design process in which Iversen commonly seeks inspiration in what occupies him at a given time. Continue reading
Just when you thought that you had seen it all on the catwalks, here comes a new trend, and in this case a rather catwalk challenging one for models… fetishes & bondage!
Now, we all know that music has a huge impact on fashion and ‘vice’ versa. As arts, they both feed from each other. Have you seen the latest video of Rihanna: ‘S&M’ yet? Seen Gaga’s latest shoes?
Well fashion seems to have also taken its fetish toys out of the secret drawer and it is now proudly and unapologetically preaching its love affair with fetishes.
From the very upper crust of fashion: Louis Vuitton, Herve Leger, and so on… to the trendy “cool kids” from London, to Continue reading
The Richemont Group has just announced the departure of Stanislas de Quercize for personal reasons. He will be replaced by Cyrille Vigneron on 1st January 2016.
The new CEO Cyrille Vigneron, currently the president of LVMH Japan, will succeed to Quercize on Jan. 1, 2016. Prior to joining the LVMH Group, Vigneron worked with Richemont from 1988 to 2013, principally with Cartier, for whom he worked as managing director of Cartier Japan, then president of Richemont Japan to become managing director of Cartier Europe.
“Stanislas de Quercize has had a superb career to date, having worked with Cartier, Montblanc and Alfred Dunhill prior to taking up positions as chief executive of Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier,” Johann Rupert, Richemont chairman said in a statement. “We deeply regret that Stanislas has decided to stand down but must accept his decision.”
Nevertheless Stanislas de Quercize will be appointed as President of the Board of Richemont France.
Dubai fashion week was surely one the best organised fashion week in the world. To my mind the Paris Fashion Week is dead. The reasons are: clients are no more in Paris, they are living in London, Dubai, Miami, New York and Shanghai.
Instead of concentring on business and rich tourism, we have been transforming Paris in a huge hotel through AREB&B. You can see all the tourists trolling their luggage like snail. Paris City Hall is responsible for this as on one side it advertises that “Paris loves Fashion” and on the other side, it prohibits car in Paris downtown. I would be very surprised to see Mrs Wintour riding a bicycle from show to show to save the planet. Unfortunately in France the French talented designers leave France because there is no future anymore. Continue reading
At eleven, he created a cotton khaki shirt-dress with bat-sleeves for his first client. At the age of sixteen, he won third prize for daywear in a national design contest, which he won in the knitwear category the following year. Continue reading
Born in 1956, Fashion designer Abed Mahfouz was raised in the arms of a modest family in Lebanon. Being surrounded with all what is takes to become a designer – fabrics, threads, scissors and foremost family members that work in tailoring, Mahfouz decided to enter the enticing world of fashion.
After joining his older sister in designing and making evening gowns, Mahfouz recognized his true fervor for fashion, in which, led to the birth of the Abed Mahfouz brand. Mahfouz commenced his career with solely designing intricate and refined bridal gowns for the in vogue and graceful woman. In 2001, after the success of “Al-Halimah” – meaning “The Dreamer” – his very first private wedding collection; Mahfouz moved on and joined the world of Couture. Continue reading
I am always suprised to discover designers from the edge of Paris Fashion Week, Creativity and talent are the 2 words of this collection, between mordernity and 19th century. Thai Fashion designers are probably among the most promises new take off Continue reading