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{magazine cover} Laura Kampman Lands the Cat Woman Cover of Vogue Italy

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Laura Kampman lands the cat-woman cover of february Vogue Italy shoot by the incomparable Steven Meisel. Laura is wearing a Blumarine dress, hat from Ellen Christine Millinery, collar Tessa Matthiasm gloves LaCrasia and Lulu nails.  
Alluring enigma. Indefinable like a creature from a dream world, yet sophisticated like a diva from bygone times. Real and illusory at once. The makeup is intense thanks to 3 Couleurs, n. 091, a kit with a foundation cream and two eye shadows (mat and luminous), and Diorshow 360, a mascara based on shaping microwaxes, with a rotating applicator that has a brushing effect on the lashes.



{collections} Victoria Beckham’s New Line, Hitting Stores this Spring

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For spring, the designer unveiled a new collection with a slightly lower price point called Victoria, Victoria Beckham. The prices may not be “affordable,” but with a range between $450 and $1250, they’re certainly more attainable for most people than her main line.
While the dresses in Beckham’s main collection are form-fitting and look like the kinds of pieces one wears when one wants to be taken very seriously, the dresses in the Victoria collection are much more carefree. Beckham was initially inspired by the cartoon character Emily the Strange, and the pieces overall have a playful, young aesthetic — from color-block details to cat prints.
“This new line serves to channel my inner girl – it is fun and young with a distinct sense of humour. The Victoria range can’t help but make you smile with its energy and personality.” Victoria said about her new collection.
The collection is now available in the U.K. at Harvey Nichols stores and will be available this spring at Bergdorf Goodman and online at Net-a-Porter, and Beckham recently released a sneak peek teaser for the collection, which does good job of conveying the cheerier sensibility of the line.
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{news} Louis Vuitton Opens New Roman Maison

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Louis Vuitton imposes its power in Europe, 20 years after opening its first store by opening its store in Rome on the prestigious Plaza San Lorenzo on sunday.

 Completely revamped by architect Peter Marino, this exceptional restoration and architectural design accommodates the most prestigious creations, offering luggage, leather goods, ready-to-wear and men’s shoes, watches, jewelry and accessories to shoppers.

Handmade Cinema, a documentary produced by Luchino Visconti di Modrone, directed by Guido Torlonia and written by Laura Delli Colli, opened the night, reflecting the passion of the House for “the craft of film making.”

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