Flat Shoes, Funnel Necks and Fanny Packs? A Look At Chanel’s 2014 Haute Couture Collection.

Chanel 2014 collection

It was a bold move by Karl Lagerfeld and CHANEL to put all their runway models in flat tennis shoes for their 2014 Spring Summer Haute Couture show, but it was a bad move. (more…)

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The Winner and Visionary Award Finalists from London’s 2012 Alternative Hair Show.

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above: This year’s winner of the Alternative Hair Visionary Award

2012 marks the 30th anniversary of Alternative Hair, during which time many of the world’s greatest hairdressers and hairdressing teams have appeared across the globe at Alternative Hair events in the UK, USA, Austria, Korea, Italy and Russia. (more…)

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Tattoo Artist Scott Campbell Designs Bags & Inks Models For Louis Vuitton

Scott Campbell for Louis Vuitton

Gucci has already introduced a Tattoo-inspired collection of handbags and Chanel introduced their temporary tattoos, so it’s no surprise that yet another luxury brand has jumped on the tattwagon by hiring Scott Campbell. (more…)

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The CHANEL Fall 2009/2010 Haute Couture Collection Debut At the Grand Palais

CHANEL Fall 2009/2010 Haute Couture

Karl Lagerfeld’s Fall 2009/2010 Haute Couture Collection for CHANEL, all the pieces of which are shown in this post, made its debut July 7th, at dusk in the Grand Palais. The stage was set with giant white opaque N° 5 bottles, creating a wonderfully minimalistic background for the ornate collection to be shown. (more…)

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Folk Gets Funky & Peasants Are Pretty In John Galliano’s Latest Collection

Fashion designer John Galliano has just shown his Fall/Winter 2009 RTW collection and, in typical Galliano fashion, it’s quite fantastical. The line has a distinctively Baltic bent to it as it mixes brocades, embroidery, cashmere, coins and wild shoes to culminate in a Russian folkloric (and I swear I see a little Flemish in there), but fashionable style. Although it’s a “ready to wear” line, as opposed to haute couture, I don’t think you’ll see many people sporting these in your local grocery store. (more…)

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