September 26th, 2014 by kpriss
You’ve been searching high and low for good fall shoes for your young, active ones? The Maze Runner, the first chapter from a series of books adapted into movies can be the very answer to your torments. Young characters, simple wardrobe, role models perfect for a ready to follow audience!
The movie’s costumes department worked under Christine Bieselin Clark and Simonetta Mariano who were previous engaged in projects such as 300 or Riddick to name just a few. Clearly used with the action genre, the costume and wardrobe team put together a special set of clothing for the young actors that would be best described as ‘uniforms’, finished with Palladium boots (tongue-in-cheek as the name ‘Palladium’ itself represents a protective symbol).
September 19th, 2014 by kpriss
The moment we’ve all been waiting for: Gemma Ward is back on the catwalk! This is the most spectacular, significant news from this season’s Fashion Weeks (which are now to their third installment, Milan, after New York and London).
Speculations have been heard and written, about the Australian model’s comeback, but when her daughter (Naia) was born, everyone suspected Gemma would definitely keep the runway far and the nappies close. We couldn’t be more wrong as September 18 2014 is a day that will go down in Fashion History as the day Gemma Ward came back in fashion!
September 18th, 2014 by kpriss
Getting into the restless fashion mood as we’re halfway through the Fashion Week season (London is now underway), let’s see what surprising fashion collaboration will tempt you this fall!
Jean Paul Gaultier cooked a special collection for the giant Swedish retailer Lindex. Since he plans to retire from the prêt-a-porter, snatching a piece from his new Lindex offering could just be one of the last but fab occasions to own an affordable design as imagined by the French couturier. His clothes are fun, joyful and hold a valuable timeless quality as you’ll see for yourself scrolling past his collection below.
September 15th, 2014 by kpriss
For over 60 years, Karl Lagerfeld has built an impressive career in fashion and continues to influence modern day trends with the same thirst for new and the same impressive stamina.
From behind shaded eyes, der Kaiser, as he’s affectionately called by the fashion population, seems to have a mythical clairvoyance on all things fashion and style, leading the Chanel maison, Fendi, his own label and numerous side projects. He’s fashion’s Steve Jobs: always dressed the same, always brilliant at what he does in a ruthlessly ever-changing industry.
September 9th, 2014 by kpriss
Fashion Week is in full swing these days and world’s most appreciated designers, models, trend followers, bloggers and wannabes anything are there. Are you?
Lauren Hutton isn’t. The 70year-old model and actress attended a glamorous celebration hosted by Carine Roitfeld: Harper’s Bazaar ‘Icons’ party this Friday, September 5th 2014. However, although in New York (the said cocktail gala took place at the Plaza Hotel in NY), Lauren keeps away from the Fashion Week tents & fancy crowds. The answer, as coming from the model herself:
September 5th, 2014 by kpriss
Fall is here (check your calendars, it’s Fashion Week already!), are you properly equipped to illustrate the latest fashion trends? Toes to tips, let’s start with the useful finds!
Slip-on sneakers are this season’s must-have! They’re the new wedge sneakers and far more versatile and stylish than those hybrids from a couple of seasons back – remember, even their creator, Isabel Marant, stopped wearing them, it’s time you set them aside as well! Go for the slip-ons! Everybody did, catch up before you miss out!
September 4th, 2014 by kpriss
Exploring fashion’s still off-beat paths could be the answer old-schoolers and creatives are looking for in an industrialized style era where every detail is handled by professionals.
Fall is about to start, let’s offer ourselves the chance of a new beginning, the opportunity to pick the ripe fashion fruits of those who are truly inspired, beyond the mainstream flow: The Gentlewoman and Another. Two electric cover girls, each in her own way conquered the world: Robyn, the Gentlewoman, with her electric music, Kate Moss, AnOther model, with her electric unique style.
September 2nd, 2014 by kpriss
The most important wedding from the Royal Wedding onward, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s secret wedding ceremony took place a week ago. Famously private about their personal life, the couple celebrated the special day with just 22 guests.
Too few details emerged to satisfy our Brangelina thirst, however, People magazine just published photos of what will most certainly be one of the world’s most famous and copied wedding dresses: Angelina Jolie, the bride, was wearing an Atelier Versace white wedding dress!
The antique lace and silk white simple dress was designed by Luigi Massi of Atelier Versace, a close friend of the family (Jolie said) and completed with artwork hand drawn by the couple’s six children and sewn onto the gown and veil. The wedding took place in the family’s French castle Château Miraval, in the French Provence, the village of Correns.