A Valentino archival moment gave this collection its vivid zing. A psychedelic print from a 1973 Valentino show—the program notes from their Resort 2015 runway show called it “visually disruptive”—inspired the graphic, multicolored designs that made up the boldest looks in this huge eighty-three-outfit lineup: a chevron mink over a contrasting-stripe frock, checks with zigzags, and achemisier dress in pixelated stripes. Extrapolating on that idea, they came up with sixties-ish shift dresses in interesting color combinations—lemon yellow and petal pink, or turquoise, Kelly green, and coral—that were almost as eye-catching but easier to wear.
The collection features mini and oversized clutch bags, totes and shoulder bags. The shoulder bags this season comes in various designs, rainbow zigzag, studded shoulder straps and stripes.
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Valentino Psychedelic Collection was last modified: November 20th, 2014 by thefashionistyle
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Isabel Marant 2015 Resort Collection: The Isabel Marant resort 2015 lookbook was just released, and if the designer has anything to say about it, Birkenstocks will be sticking around for at least one more season. In the images, featuring model Andreea Diaconu shot by Josh Olins, her version of the shoe takes center stage, and it’s given a signature update with silver grommets.
The perfect pieces for the transitional season, the collection boasts the Birkenstock-inspired slip-on sandals, embroidered and embellished shirt dresses, chic jumpsuits, pleated skirts and gorgeous masculine inspired outwear in perfect navy, camel, black and cream colours.
The results are perfectly casual luxe. We are completely in love with the new designs of the Birkenstock-inspired slip-on sandals, embellished shirt dresses and the masculine inspired outerwear. Discover more from Isabel Marant’s collection below and shop your favorite look here!
Isabel Marant 2015 Resort Collection was last modified: September 2nd, 2014 by thefashionistyle
It won’t be available until September, but the line designed by Joseph Altuzarra has been revealed via a lookbook released by Target. “I always want there to be a feeling of beauty and sensuality to my designs,” says Joseph Altuzarra. “When I picture someone wearing the clothes, it’s a woman, never a girl.”
With almost 50 pieces in the collection, fans of the label can expect to be seduced from all angles with everything from thigh-grazing stiletto boots to slim-cut blazers to his signature slit skirts. Prices are set to start at $17.99 and max out at a mere $89.99, and that makes the idea of shopping for an entirely new fall wardrobe all the more alluring. Will be available Sept. 14 at select Target stores and Target.com.
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Joseph Altuzarra for Target was last modified: August 20th, 2014 by thefashionistyle
Tibi Fall 2014 Ad Campaign: Tibi trekked to the country to shoot their Fall 2014 campaign, heading to Stony Creek Quarry in Branford, Connecticut. The Quarry’s claim to fame? The pedestal that the Statue of Liberty stands on originated from there, as did various slabs of marble found at Grand Central Station, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Smithsonian Museum. Surrounded by jagged edges and shades of grey galore, which served as a parfait backdrop for fuzzy fur sweaters and subtly pleated skirts, the Fall threads were modeled by Maria Bradley and lensed by Reed Young.
The feeling Tibi was going for, according to a statement, was ” the unlikely intersection of the pastoral and the urban,” which was perfectly executed, down to the mohair-covered boater caps. The label’s founder, Amy Smilovic,explained further: “I’d been looking around for natural settings for the shoot that would be nearby, and I came across Stoney Creek Quarry and knew upon visiting the site that it would be the perfect place to shoot the campaign. I was interested in its deep connection to the infrastructure and architecture of New York City which brought a unique, hand-made element to the campaign.”
Jimmy Choo Fall 2014: At the wheel of the coveted London shoe label, Sandra Choi veered it into a whole new direction — fit more for the fashion girl on the run this season rather than the red carpet maven. Latex, buckles and rubber soles replaced some of the jeweled leaves, pheasant feathers and stingray skins we spotted in her spring summer 2014 collection. Her more casual styles, called the Choo.08 included rugged shearling lace-up boots and skater shoes to take today’s working girl from day to night.
“I wanted to build on the duality of the Jimmy Choo woman, she is multi-faceted and in today’s world she plays many roles – some call for statement heels, glamour and Red Carpet worthy sandals whilst others call for a quieter approach, shoes that she can run in and keep up with the demands of her busy life whilst having a strong fashion attitude, it is about striking a balance,” Choi told Now Fashion in an interview, adding that she never set out to make “revolutionary” changes.
Triangle block heels, latex flats lined with lace and latex stilettos with oversized black ribbon were among the main protagonists of the collection.Cross body bags and totes were adorned with chain linked straps and covered in fox, rabbit and gazelle fur.
For evening, the signature Jimmy Choo pointy pump got a makeover — doused in metallics and featuring chunky straps to support the front arch of the foot.
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Jimmy Choo Fall 2014 was last modified: June 15th, 2014 by thefashionistyle