‘Parlez-Vous Français’ Vogue Paris May 2015 The gold, the glitter, and the haute couture… whats not to love in this Vogue Paris editorial? Dior Haute Couture // Valentino Haute Couture // Armani Privé // Maison Margiela Artisanal // Chanel Haute Couture
If a Greaser met a Club Kid, I imagine this is what the lovechild would look like. I stumbled upon this editorial for the PRIMARY NY x Carbon & Hyde jewelry capsule a while ago, but for some reason never got around to posting it. Something about the super luminous skin, slicked back hair, combination of netting and leather, and pop of color smoky eye just gets me.
During the cyber flood of NYFW coverage, one of the sets that stood out to me the most was at Tommy Hilfiger. I love how the full football field build-out supported the 70’s sporty, all American collection and added so much ambience to the show. I’m especially feeling the jersey dresses and fresh faced beauty. Heres an inside peak from Alicepoint, who had the opportunity to capture the backstage happenings at the Tommy Hilfiger FW15 show.
Dunnn dun… dunnn dun… Harper’s Bazaar US just released their March 2015 cover story featuring Rihanna, and wow. “Killer Fashion,” shot by Norman Jean Roy, celebrated the 40th anniversary of Jaws by having the BadGal dive with 8-foot long sand sharks while wearing a Chanel swimsuit. March is also HB’s Spring Fashion Issue, and for the cover Rihanna wore a bronze Balmain jumpsuit with glowing skin and rose gold eyeshadow. I’m
Although I’m not usually one to gush over Valentino’s Ready-T0-Wear, I have to point out how dreamy their new campaign is. The S/S 2015 collection shot by Michal Pudelka appears to be taken right out of a fairytale, with a soft color palette and a generous amount of modern ‘mermaids.’
Ran across this old Dior Mag editorial today and became a little obsessed with the contrasting icy blonde and deep purple lips. Since silver hair still exists exclusively in my dreams, heres a little midweek purple pout inspo…
Though I hoard magazines in stacks and dedicate entire plane rides to reading them, I’m hardly ever truly up-to-date. That being said, I always manage to catch up when it comes to the September issue– the “most important issue of the year.” I did the dirty work for you and scoured the top magazines for the best editorials of September 2014, listed below.* Take a look at my Pinterest if you’d
The latest installment of the Miu Miu Women’s Tales short-film series premiered this weekend at the Venice Film Festival. Somebody directed by Miranda July is the eighth in the series, each film with a very unique vision from a new female director. What I love about Women’s Tales is how no two films are remotely similar to each other- with deeper messages ranging from family dynamics to tradition. On a more playful