сряда, 13 ноември 2013 г.

The minute you see it you'll know it - golden collections




Hi guys this is post about things that always make me feel that fashion is more than art. So I have decided to share a few things that are highly recognizable and that have impressed me.

And all I can say is: "The cool stuff is all around you - look for it" !




Galliano Gazette
Galliano is famous for collections that empower the fashion devout, the trendsetter and the individual.







Louboutin

Louboutin helped bring stilettos back into fashion. Every girl loves stilettos, especially Louboutin's -most popularly known for their red bottom. As part of his global branding strategy, Louboutin has even registered a colour trademark in the particular Pantone shade, as applied to the sole of a shoe.





Dolce and Gabbana

Who doesn't love Dolce and Gabbana fall/winter 2013 gold collection. An imaginary journey to rediscover ancient Sicily, where history and myth come together. The Greek temples and theatres, symbols of classic architectural perfection, are reinterpreted as if in a dream.









The Sunglasses:

Born on the runway, the new and pristine Sicilian Baroque collection reimagines curls and roses to delicately embellish every frame. The antique effects adorn each design. Gold finishes and flourishes make for expressive embellishments.





And of course the accessories. So magnificent, colourful and surely no vision will be complete without the right ones.







I love silicone, rubber stuf like Vivienne Westwood shoes, Furla Candy bag and Chanel rubber boots and sandals. These will always be trendy and a lovely choice for evey day use.


Melissa Jelly Shoes
Vivienne Westwood’s Anglomania label


Vivienne Westwood is provocative, awe inspiring, avant garde, unique, rebellious, and a true original. When you own a garment by Vivienne Westwood, you own a piece of art that stands the test of time.

"You have a much better life if you wear impressive clothes." - Vivienne Westwood.






Furla
Candy Bag
2011


The range of PVC bags in assorted colours, with prices starting from $490, is arguably the label's most popular.
"We are all about subtlety at Furla. So, instead of logos, we play with vivid colours. We have many celebrities carrying this bag because it is versatile enough to be a casual bag and can also be matched with something dressier." - Ms Giovanna Furlanetto.








Chanel

Chanel Camellia Rain Boots
Fall-Winter 2009/2010







Chanel Camellia jelly sandals






Alexander Mcqueen


What is fashion without eccentric Alexander Mcqueen. Not for everyday but still amazing shoes.
Integral to the McQueen culture is the juxtaposition between contrasting elements: fragility and strength, tradition and modernity, fluidity and severity. Alexander’s collections combine an in-depth working knowledge of bespoke British tailoring, the fine workmanship of the French Haute Couture atelier and the impeccable finish of Italian manufacturing.









 Hermes Birkin bags

The Birkin bag is a handbag by Hermes, handmade in leather and named after actress and singer Jane Birkin. The bag is a symbol of wealth due to its high price and usage by celebrities. Birkin bags are sold in a range of sizes. Each one may be made to order with different customer-chosen hides, color, and hardware fixtures. There are other individual options, such as diamond-encrusting.
Although the Birkin bag is free of logos, it is one of the most recognized bags in the fashion industry and by the public.








Prada Sunglasses Baroque

Deluxe eyewear form the show with a decidedly baroque style homage to colour , to fun and above all originality. An accessory to be produced as a limited edition.
Definitely Baroque inspired Fashion !








Ray Ban Aviator/Wayfarer

Aviator sunglasses, or "pilot's glasses", were originally developed in 1936 by Ray-Ban for pilots to protect their eyes while flying. Aviator sunglasses became fashionable in the 1960s. It wasn't long before the popularity of Ray-Ban spread from pilots to anyone with an outdoor lifestyle.








The Ray-Ban Wayfarer model was launched in 1952, and once they had been seen on screen legends such as James Dean in 1955’s "Rebel Without a Cause" and later on Audrey Hepburn in 1961’s "Breakfast at Tiffany’s", Ray-Ban Wayfarer became one of the most instantly recognizable fashion accessories ever. Wayfarers are sometimes cited as the best-selling design of sunglasses in history and have been called a classic of modern design and one of the most enduring fashion icons of the 20th century.



















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