One of today’s most current and unexpected style icons says that her mother “worshipped at the altar of the accessory” and thus she “got the bug.”
The Ghana born, London based stylist Marian Kihogo is making an impact.
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.
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…
As a designer, I have long believed in the value of a little black and a little white in every room. I’ve often said every room should have a bit of one or the other or both. As I’ve matured, I have come to appreciate black and white in a deeper, more meaningful way. Black and […]
Marc Jacob’s Fall 2009 Ready-to-Wear collection for Louis Vuitton is rich and indulgent.
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’re relieved this useful item is again considered beautiful…