Monthly Archives: septiembre 2015

“I love black dresses. I think everyone should own a lot, but black dresses don’t sell online because on the computer they don’t read like anything.”

Tom Ford

TRENDS

TREND OF THE MONTH

LONG DRESS

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TRENDS

ACCESSORIES

STELLA MCCARTNEY: FAUX PATENT-LEATHER PLATFORM BROGUES

Stella McCartney’s signature Italian-made brogues are set on a sustainably sourced wooden wedge heel with a chunky white rubber ‘tractor’ sole. Crafted from glossy faux patent-leather.

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FASHION SHOWS

THEMES

LONG DRESS

Themes from Spring/Summer 2015/2016 Resort Collections

  • Alexander Wang
  • Chloe
  • Edun
  • Calvin Klein
Images: style.com

SHOPPING

BUY IT

GARETH PUGH

Stretch fil coupé maxi dress

GET IT HERE!
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SHOPPING

THE BOOK

GEORGIA MAY JAGGER: L’OFFICIEL MAGAZINE PARIS APRIL 2015

Image: Marcin Tyszka

MUSE

GEORGIA MAY JAGGER

Georgia May Ayeesha Jagger (born 12 January 1992) is an English fashion model.
Jagger was born in London, and is the younger daughter of Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall. She is the sister of Elizabeth Scarlett Jagger (born 1984), James Leroy Augustin Jagger (born 1985) and Gabriel Luke Beauregard Jagger (born 1997), and paternal half-sister of Karis Hunt Jagger (born 1970), Jade Sheena Jezebel Jagger (born 1971) and Lucas Maurice Morad-Jagger (born 1999).
In 2008, Jagger signed with Independent Models, and is currently represented by their successor, TESS Management. She has since modelled for Hudson Jeans, Chanel, H&M, Miu Miu, Versace and Vivienne Westwood. In 2009, she was signed with cosmetics company Rimmel.
As of October 2014 Jagger appeared in an international campaign for German jewelry concern Thomas Sabo’s ‘Glam & Soul’ and ‘Karma Beads’ Ladies Collections. The basis of the campaign, which was widely distributed over digital and social media as well, is a short film shot by famous fashion/rock ‘n roll photographer Ellen von Unwerth.
Jagger took part in the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony with Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Lily Donaldson, representing British fashion.

Image: Angelo Pennetta

BEAUTY

FRAGRANCE

TOM FORD: TOM FORD BLACK ORCHID EAU DE TOILETTE

Tom Ford introduced his first and also his most popular fragrance Black Orchid in 2006. Black Orchid Eau de Toilette, a new version based on the scent of tuberose, is coming out in October 2015. The new version is announced as a distinctly different encounter of the Black Orchid fragrance and it invites you to experience the seductive breakthrough in a new light with its own olfactive journey.
The top notes of black truffle and ylang-ylang are mixed with fresh bergamot and black currant. The heart of the perfume is Tom Ford’s fictional “Black Orchid” with tuberose and fruity accords. The composition gets more profound with oriental base of lotus wood, patchouli, vetiver, sandalwood, vanilla and incense.

Image: fragrantica.com

NEWS

TIM WALKER: RECREATES ICONIC VOGUE IMAGES FOR TARGET

Target has teamed up with Vogue for a 20-page advertorial, shot by renowned photographer Tim Walker, which recreates iconic covers and images from Vogue’s extensive archive using Target products. Titled “TargetStyle, in Vogue”, the fashion spread celebrates more than a century of high fashion, featuring models Karen Elson, Edie Campbell, Imaan Hammam, Candice Huffine, as well as legendary mannequin Veruschka, who stars in a new take on her classic “braid” image from Vogue’s April 1967 issue. Tim Walker used all of his imagination in order to capture Vogue’s spirit, with the help of set designer Shona Heath, who invented some really inspiring sets for the occasion, and stylist Jacob K. The images will appear in this year’s September issue and will be also displayed in large format during the upcoming New York Fashion Week.
Taking it a step further, Target created for the magazine a digital shoppable experience, using Shazam’s virtual recognition technology. By opening the Shazam app and pointing their phone’s camera at any image of Target’s campaign , Vogue’s readers will have the chance to discover the original photos that served as an inspiration for the spread, have access to behind-the-scenes material, including gifs, videos and interviews, and also shop the Target products that are featured throughout the pages.
“Vogue is an icon of fashion and style; its cultural authority sets the tone and inspires the conversations for the season. Style is an incredibly important part of the Target brand, and there’s no bigger style moment than fall, and no bigger style statement than the September issue. For this cultural moment, we set out to develop an idea that was not only unique to the Target brand but something that could only be done in Vogue,” explained Todd Waterbury, Target’s chief creative officer.
Vogue’s September issue is now available at all newsstands, as well as online. To learn more about the collaboration, go to Vogue’s site and discover an interactive timeline that casts light on the inspiration behind Target’s shoot.

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