Miranda Kerr replaced supermodels Kate Moss, shot MANGO Lookbook Spring. Black and white, the line elements, creating modern women wears. Items include sleeveless dresses, Jumpsuit, sweaters and suit jacket.
And I have already said this once.
I love Miranda Kerr.
I have always wondered what is it with Miranda Kerr. In this photo, she was just wearing a simple pair of Frame Denim jeans and a silk scarf-print top, then layered up with a Balenciaga quilted leather jacket. Miranda accessorized with black pumps, a Givenchy satchel, and round-frame sunglasses, providing a perfect pulled-together daytime look. And yet she looks stunning! With this look it seems she was going to a rock concert that features a fender passport 500 or to a bar drinking with friends.
I think it’s her legs. Those legs are like a mile long!
Pantone Fall 2013 Colors
1. Deep Lichen Green
4. Mykonos Blue
7. Linden Green
I didn’t watch the Emmys but I made sure to stalk the internet for red carpet pictures. I love how stars dress up themselves and the very next day, those dresses/styles/make-up/color swatches become trends. It’s really exciting, frightening and kinda sick at the same time!
I love these four ladies best – lots of seafoam colors which I love – Heidi and Julianne are my best two but that Monique Lhuillier gown on Ginnifer is just stunning!
Ginnifer Goodwin donned a heavily embroidered orange gown by Monique Lhuillier.
Julie Bowen wore a gorgeous citron Monique Lhuillier gown.
Heidi Klum showed off her svelte figure in a seafoam-blue Alexandre Vauthier gown.
Julianne Hough wore an impressive Geroges Hobeika Couture gown.
The Color Institute today announced the new color for 2012 – Monaco Blue – not to be confused with royal, navy or cobalt blue – as the top color of 2013. The hue is more of a subdued maritime blue, and it conveniently looks ahh-mazing alongside the camels, linens and eggshell whites of summer. W
1. The right fit always flatters. Impeccably tailored pieces look expensive, no matter what they cost. If you have time to learn how to hem and sew, go for it—if not, strike a deal with your tailor or dry cleaner to fix some of your existing clothes in bulk.
2. Style and trends are not mutually exclusive. As long as you know what works for you, you’ll always be chic—don’t feel pressure to incorporate of-the-moment trends into your look if they’re not you, or try them in non-threatening increments, like in your jewelry and accessories.
3. When in doubt, buy a dress. Think about it: you’re more likely to wear a new dress than, say, a new pair of shorts and a top that can be mixed and matched. Dresses make more of a statement, and are super easy to throw on.
4. Your personal style is your calling card. Celebrities and designers alike have admitted to sticking to a “uniform” of the styles that flatter their own body. Don’t be afraid by the connotation: this is not your grade school wool jumper we’re talking about. Your signature look is what sets you apart from the rest.
5. Shop often, buy sparingly. If you know what’s out there and see that pieces are marked down every day, you’ll be less tempted to buy immediately, leaving room for the stuff you actually want and ending up with only the best in your wardrobe.
Muppets the Movie is coming out! Muppets has their own resident fashionista in the form of Miss Piggy! Who doesn’t love her to bits? I bet even the people from a debt collection agency can’t resist her charms and wit. In fact, a MAC line and an OPI Nail Color Collection have been born using her as an inspiration.
Speaking of wit, here are some tidbits of fashion advice from the Miss Piggy herself:
* “Never purchase beauty products in a hardware store.” — As featured in Neverisms: A Quotation Lover’s Guide to Things You Should Never Do, Never
* “It’s a good idea to apply an all-over facial pack once or twice a month, but I never, never use mud. (Frankly, it brings up unpleasant memories.)” — Miss Piggy’s Guide to Life
* “Beauty is a blessing and a burden. One must celebrate the blessing of being beautiful, and yet bear the burden of attracting freaks who want to sunbathe in the reflected gorgeousity of moi’s porcine pulchritude. But, then again, who can blame them?” — As told to Pop Magazine.
* [On men:] “Ask yourself if he’s such a hunk that he’s worth it. If so, get more mirrors. If not, dump him . . . but get more mirrors anyway. After all, narcissism isn’t a bad thing if it’s about vous.” — The Diva Code: Miss Piggy on Life, Love, and the 10,000 Idiotic Things Men Frogs Do
* “Especially for the Christmas season I use a champagne shampoo, followed by an eggnog rinse. It gives my hair extra body. And if I take a bath in the stuff, it gives my body extra body, too.” — As quoted in McCall’s December 1980 issue
I see that anything vintage is making a comeback, that includes rustic furniture and the 40′s glam look. Fashion week featured a lot of 40s fashion inspiration in the runway. Feminine, dainty on the side while androgynous in the other – you get the best of both worlds!
There are of course more than a few ways to wear it, from the easy androgynous takes in double-breasted blazers and wide-leg pants to the ultra-feminine iterations in pretty pleats and printed dresses, all with nipped waists. To perfect that ’40s-era drama, just keep these tips in mind:
* Look for feminine detailing like pleats, cinched waists, and peplum to perfect the decade’s ladylike tilt.
* Look for key fabrics like tweed and printed silks to lend the vintage stylized quality you’re after on skirts, dresses, and trousers.
* If you’re too shy to go for a full-bodied look, opt for vintage-inspired prints like polka dots to channel the trend with ease — and without high risk.