A HG.hu editorial titled "Our beloved Kelly"
It's all about classic 50's, thin waist, long skirts, those lovely coats and cat-eye glasses inspired by actress, princess of Monaco and icon Grace Kelly. The looks are styled together by David Nyiri with labels such as Diane Von Furstenberg, H&M, Dora Mojzes, and Givenchy to name a few. Photographed by Kecskes Maron, Makeup by Hadnagy Timea, Hair by Voros Anett and Modelled by Greta.
Surround by a sea of white rose petals, the softness reflects Brazilian models Aline Weber beauty whom lies in the petals. Donning lace-y and textile garments styled by Irina Marie creating the looks with all the top names such as Gucci, McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana to name a few. shot by Liz Collins for french Numero.
Marlene Dietrich, Sophia Loren, Olivia de Havilland,
Grace Kelly, Ava Gardner, Ingrid Bergman, Elizabeth
Taylor… All famous names who starred in the greatest
films, shot by the finest directors and all dressed in some
of the most amazing couture creations by the House of
They were faithful clients of Dior Haute Couture,
Perfumes and Make-Up and close friends of Christian
Dior, and in some cases, his successors too. So it was quite
natural that they should ask to be dressed in Dior for
their appearances on screen and at the celebrated movie
ceremonies held around the world (the Academy Awards,
the César Awards and the Golden Globes). Today’s great
names are Charlize Theron, Natalie Portman, Penélope
Cruz, Kirsten Dunst, Monica Bellucci… Times have
changed but the passion for Dior stays the same.
The Dior filmography is impressive, featuring over 90
films. It started in 1942: Christian Dior was fascinated by
film and became a costume designer even before his
couture house was created in 1946.
This book devotes a special place to the J’adore
advertisement starring Charlize Theron, in which cinema
magic brings back to life Marlene Dietrich, Grace Kelly
and Marilyn Monroe, all of whom had their own links with
the House of Dior.
Film stills, location shots, photographs and portraits
of actresses: the 250 illustrations in the book take us deep
into the most glamorous aspects of the film world.
Release France: May 2012 / Release US: September 2012
Global fashion brand Missoni partners with Century Properties and unveils the interior design of its first residential building in the entire world – Acqua Livingstone.This is Century Properties second fashion-branded luxury condominium project in the Philippines. The company’s first collaboration was with Versace Home for The Milano Residences, now with Acqua Livingstone tower will immerse residents in the rich and colorful experience of a MISSONIHOME -designed space, which is not available elsewhere except in the Missoni-branded hotels in Edinburgh and Kuwait.
“MISSONIHOME is known for creating its own style that reflects a celebration of life,” said Vittorio Missoni, Marketing Director and shareholder of Missoni S.p.A. “Our brand is an experience of happiness, excitement, beauty, creativity, style and elegance. We are inspired by the seasons of nature and we play with color because life is more beautiful with color.”
“Living in a MISSONIHOME-designed address is a rare lifestyle experience. For the first time it will be possible at Acqua Livingstone,” said Project Head and Century Managing Director Marco Antonio, who elaborated the tower’s design highlights: bold colors and energetic forms in the lobbies, hallways and even elevators, accentuated by equally arresting furniture. The multi-level amenity area called The Canopy, located at the building’s skydeck, serves as the pinnacle of MISSONIHOME’s design imprint.
"Jack Spade was our first collaboration ever, and it has always been an extreme pleasure to work with the company. We share the same vision of luxury accessories, so it has always been a great match. For me, JACK SPADE is timeless, whimsical and easy to wear. As a side note, all the styles we have made for Jack Spade have been best sellers in our stores across the board." – Selima Salaun, the creative vision behind Selima Optique, the trend-setting, luxury eyewear brand she founded. Retailing from $295-$325, these new shades are all hand-made in France and every purchase comes with a signature Jack Spade eyewear case.
A celebration of all things British, for Ponystep Magazine issue 3 which salutes 5 iconic Brits - all shot by the charming Miles Aldridge, Featuring Jourdan Dunn(above), Georgia Jagger, Joan Collins, Amir Khan, and Daphne Guinness!
Whether you're a valedictorian or a varsity girl, extracurricular ensembles are extra-chic, thanks to spring's stylish sportswear featured in the sports issue of V Magazine, styled together by Catherine Newell-Hanson whom put together looks of a cheerleader, swimmer, soccer player and others with labels such as Bottega Veneta, McQueen, Theysken's Theory and Christopher Kane to name a few on models Katryn Kruger & Kori Richardson, shot by Benny Horne.
Carine Roitfeld will debut her forthcoming magazine in September! Although its name is still under wraps (or undecided), she says it'll be published twice a year and look more like a book than a magazine.
Journalists and photographers from the around the UK gathered at the Tower of London for the big reveal of Stella McCartney's Adidas British Team Kit for the 2012 London Olympics! This was no ordinary runway as the presentation showcased Britain's top athletes modelling the collection that they will wear when they compete in the games this summer.
Harper's Bazaar UK editor Lucy Yeomans announced that she's leaving to direct the editorial efforts at Net-a-Porter. Jenny Dickinson, who used to work as an editor at Elle UK, will take over for Yeomans starting next month.
Karlie Kloss in 'Fuck Me' by Ruth Hogben for SHOWstudio's Fashion Fetish film season. Alongside the 2012 SHOWstudio Shop exhibition Selling Sex, SHOWstudio launches a unique project under the provocative title Fashion Fetish. Created entirely by women working in fashion - including Ruth Hogben, Lady Amanda Harlech and Daphne Guinness, Lily Donaldson, Liberty Ross, Rei Nadel, Asia Argento and Dasha Zhukova of Garage magazine - these fashion films, performances and multi-media pieces make a comment on the fusion of fashion with fetish, a contentious and provocative subject. One piece will be released each week for the duration of the Selling Sex exhibition, 22 March - 1 June 2012.
“The Duchess” effect is fast becoming a worldwide phenomenon as Kate Middleton, or should we say the Duchess of Cambridge, continues to dominate the press for her sartorial choices. Brit high street label Reiss has seen the Duchess wear several of their dresses, causing the website to crash and telephone lines to be overwhelmed with the public’s interest.
British model Lily Cole can add global brand advocate for The Body Shop to her bulging CV. The company announced the brand new role last night at an event in London to launch their Beauty With Heart movement, which emphasises a beauty experience that is more than skin deep.
+Smile Sunday: Behind the Scenes fun with Freja Beha & Magdalena Frackowiak
Latina Lover: Roaming a rustic city filled with character and architectural details, Alison Nix dons sun-kissed skin and wet-look hair. Styled by Sabrina di Gennaro whom puts together romantic looks with labels such as Emilio Pucci, Calvin Klein, Missoni and Lanvin to name a a few, shot by Rennio Maifredi.
Photographed by Jouk Oosterhof goes inside the old naval warehouse studio of young Dutch fashion prodigy haute couture designer Iris van Herpen as her first major solo exhibition opens at the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands, for Nowness.com
Lauded for her intricate sculptural creations made using advanced 3D
printing techniques, Van Herpen has seen her dresses worn by the likes of
Lady Gaga, Solange Knowles and Lindsay Lohan.
Landing in stores now, the Rachel Zoe Collection’s sequin pieces shimmer for Spring/Summer 2012, full of beautifully tailored suits, head-to-toe white ensembles, and metallic prints, we are head over heels for Zoe's entirely wearable collection. Maxi dresses were a draw as well, with Zoe employing use of lush pleating and floaty fabrics for a bit of LA glamour and ease.
The world-famous Hotel Ritz in Paris, a top name in luxury hotels, is going to be closing down for a period of two years, before closing its doors for renovation, hosts Vogue US haute couture spread one last time. Worked on by legendary people from stylist Grace Coddington, Photographer Tim Walker, Model Kate Moss, Ritz Paris Deco and Haute Couture top labels such as; Dior, Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Givenchy, Valentino, Balenciaga, Armani, Giambattista Valli and Alexis Mabille. Make-up by Stéphane Marais, Hair by Julien d’Ys and models Sigrid Agren, Patricia van der Vliet, Josephine Skriver, and Mirte Maas.
'Curtsy While You're Thinking, It Saves Time' has feel of 'True Grit' meets royal at the countryside with an late 18th Century feel to the styling. Shot by Richard Bush partly in studio and the other with a gorgeous natural scenery for i-D Spring 2012. Dutch model Daphne Groeneveld, a model highly coveted is styled by Sarah Richardson whom puts together looks with labels such as Pringle of Scotland, Haider Ackermann, Martin Maison Margiela & Paul Smith to name a few.
The Royalty Issue features Guinevere Van Seenus, Hahn-Bin, Sui He, Carolyn Murphy and Shalom Harlow as the i-D's royal family shot exclusive by Daniele + Iango. Jurgen Teller shoots Dame Vivienne Westwood, Walter Pfeiffer shoots princess Georgia Jagger, Richard Bush shoots rising queen Daphne Groeneveld(above) and shotting himself as king is Karl Lagerfeld. 1 more left.
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