Not much to say except I love the outfits all of these women are wearing, some are extravagant and others are simple. A few of the girls are well renowned for their fashion sense and if you follow my blog you'll spot one of my favourite style icons, Anna Dello Russo. Keep an eye out for future posts, two of these girls will be my next Woman of Style.
This will probably be my last post till I get into Egypt. I'll try and post as soon as I land with some photos.
A while back I had informed my readers of Lanvin's collaboration with H&M and I also told you that on November 2nd they would release a video of the collection. Unfortunately, I've been so busy that I didn't get a chance to update my blog with the video but here it is in all its glory.
I like how it displays women of all shapes and ages looking as beautiful as ever. This video is so typical of the things I expect of Lanvin.
Of course, I couldn't end the post without some campaign photos. So here you go.
If you want to see the entire collection and the price list in Canadian dollars click here.
Here's the sad part...I won't be here on November 23rd when the collection launches in store. Here's the good part....I'll be in Egypt! Yes, that's right, I'm flying out in less than 2 days. I'll do my best to keep you guys updated on my trip.
The moment I saw this editorial I knew I had to put it up on my blog. I'm so utterly in love with every detail of it. The editorial is called Wild Dreams and is featured in Vogue Germany's November 2010 issue. Hats off to Katie Mossman for styling this so beautifully and Greg Kandel for making the vision of Wild Dreams come to life through his lens. Liu Wen looks amazing in every photo.
You know what the funny thing is, I'm not even the kind of girl that's big on fur.
OMGGGGGGGGGGGG! How cute is this? These boys are absolutely adorable in those jackets by Stella McCartney for Gap Kids. Just in case you're wondering, their names are Gus and Olivier, the twin sons born to US Weekly's fashion director, Sasha Charnin Morrison.
Only Anna Dello Russo has the confidence to pull something like this off at a Masquerade. According to Tommy Ton (the photographer), she was getting ready for Vogue Paris' 90th Anniversary Ball. The dress was designed by Peter Dundas and the headpiece was created by none other than Gareth Pugh.
Extravagance at its best. No one can top Anna and her confidence.
Okay, now I really got to go to bed because I'm burning up.
I recently got put on to these guys by my friend Mike. (Who knew you had such great taste in music!) I love the sound of these guys, its very reminiscent of J Dilla, Dwele, Foreign Exchange, Platinum Pied Pipers...just to name a few.
On another note, I'm so sick its not even funny! I'm sitting here with a fever after working a late shift. Time for bed so I can do it all again tomorrow.
This man looks so relaxed and handsome in his outfit. It's well put together and it's just the right mix of casual elements mixed in with a slightly tailored look to make him so effortlessly fashionable.
When I saw the photo above it reminded me of a picture of a girl I had seen recently on another blog. She was in the same outfit as him but, of course, each piece was fit to flatter her shape and accentuate her curves. I was blown away by the similarities. Regardless of the fact that this look is more androgynous,she was still able to give it an edgy feel with a touch of sexiness. I especially loved her white hair! Only a few confident women can pull off hair like that.
So in conclusion, some looks can really be worn by both genders, you just need to know how to own the style and make it work for your body.