The Sapeurs’ motto is “Let’s drop the weapons, let us work and dress elegantly.”
Nathan Jenden has designed some beautifully tailored separates in basic black and white if the fluorescent taffeta bustle-backed skirts are a little too much for you.
Alexander McQueen pushed boundaries and made you think beyond the clothing.
It’s 2010, and denim is everywhere. Ripped, stained, bleached, wrinkled, patched, dyed, and embellished. It seems that the designers are up for trying every new…
Atomic Number 10 is a bright new boutique that’s anything but bland.
In ancient Indian tradition, emeralds were supposed to grant good luck. In ancient Rome, emerald was the color associated with Venus, the goddess of beauty and love. Reason and wisdom are virtues believed to be brought to the wearers of the precious stones, but perhaps we wear emerald clothes simply because we think they’re beautiful. We […]
Marc Jacob’s Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear collection for Louis Vuitton is rich and indulgent.
The art of crochet has become an inspiring modern design element.
In its brief life the Sartorialist has become one of the most infleutial style sources in the world…
Katarantzou invokes the use of “Trompe L’oeil” to create the illusion of oversized jewelry.
In John Galliano’s most recent show, Men’s Spring 2010, he took his inspiration from Napoleon.
We love edgy fashion. Especially the kind that blurs the line between creepy and beautiful.