Monthly Archives: noviembre 2017

“Even on the red carpet, French celebrities keep it minimal. Think of Charlotte Gainsbourg – the look can be quite undone.”

Julia Restoin Roitfeld

TRENDS

TREND OF THE MONTH

MINIMAL

Image: Emma Tempest

TRENDS

ACCESSORIES

BUILDING BLOCK: DISC TEXTURED-LEATHER BUCKET BAG

EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. “We hope to encourage a conversation about living minimally,” says Building Block of its cool, pared-back accessories. Made from textured-leather, this ‘Disc’ bag is unlined for lightness and has enough space for a cell phone and cardholder. Carry it by the signature rubber cord or polished silver toggle.

Image: net-a-porter.com

FASHION SHOWS

THEMES

MINIMAL

Themes from Spring/Summer 2018 Collections

  • Oliver Theyskens
  • Baja East
  • Tom Ford
  • Max Mara
Images: vogue.com

SHOPPING

BUY IT

T BY ALEXANDER WANG

Silk-satin midi dress

GET IT HERE!
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SHOPPING

THE BOOK

JENNA COLEMAN: THE TELEGRAPH MAGAZINE AUGUST 2017

Image: Hollie Fernando

MUSE

JENNA COLEMAN

Jenna-Louise Coleman (born 27 April 1986), known as Jenna Coleman, is an English actress. Her notable roles are Clara Oswald in the British television series Doctor Who, Queen Victoria in the ITV drama series Victoria, and Jasmine Thomas in the British soap opera Emmerdale.
Coleman was born in Blackpool, Lancashire, and began her acting career at an early age as a member of a theatre company called In Yer Space. While auditioning for drama schools in 2005, she was chosen to play Jasmine Thomas in Emmerdale. She received critical acclaim for her performance and was nominated for the Most Popular Newcomer award at the 2006 National Television Awards.
Coleman went on to play “hard girl” Lindsay James in the BBC school-based drama series Waterloo Road, Susan Brown in a BBC Four television adaptation of the John Braine novel Room at the Top, Annie Desmond in Julian Fellowes’ four part mini-series Titanic, and Rosie in Stephen Poliakoff’s original drama series Dancing on the Edge.
From 2012 to 2015, Coleman portrayed Clara Oswald, companion to the eleventh and twelfth incarnations of the Doctor in the science fiction series Doctor Who. She also appeared as Lydia Wickham in the BBC drama Death Comes to Pemberley, and as Katrina Clark in the film Me Before You. Since 2016, she has played the role of Queen Victoria in the drama series Victoria.

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BEAUTY

FRAGRANCE

GIORGIO ARMANI: ARMANI PRIVE NEW YORK

Armani Prive New York is joining the luxurious fragrance collection, Armani Prive, and came out in August 2017 as a limited edition dedicated to this metropolis, its history and culture. The ingredients used in this collection are clean and noble, and each creation is described as “an unequivocal balance of perfection, the quintessence of rare and luminous ingredients…a masterly haute parfumerie creation designed to exalt moments of pure emotion.”
Armani Prive New York, inspired by the freedom and modern vision of luxury related to New York City, is announced as luminous and sophisticated composition created by young perfumer Fanny Bal (IFF). Sparkling top notes introduce aldehydes, citrus blossom and spices. Iris, a frequent component of this line, makes the heart of the perfume together with the dominant flower of peony and powdery elements. The base ends with a combination of white musk, woods and vanilla.
“Light, sensuality, and enveloping softness: the fragrance New York is a mirror of the American city, feminine and sophisticated, imbued with a spirit of freedom.”

Image: fragrantica.com

NEWS

POSTURING: PHOTOGRAPHING THE BODY IN FASHION

November will see the opening of a new group exhibition which deconstructs the female body in today’s fashion photography. Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion is co-curated by fashion curator and archivist Shonagh Marshall and image director and art buyer Holly Hay, who together co-founded The Ground Floor Project.
Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion brings together exhibiting photographers Coco Capitan, Johnny Dufort, Charlotte Wales, Lena C. Emery, Brianna Capozzi, Tyrone Lebon, Marton Perlaki, Charlie Engman, Pascal Gambarte, Tim Elkaïm, Estelle Hanania, Andrea Artemisio, Reto Schmid, Bibi Cornejo Borthwick, Blommers and Schumm, Zoe Ghertner, Hanna Moon and It’s Nice That’s 2017 One To Watch Joyce NG.
Work by the photographers will be exhibited alongside commissioned editorials from the pages of British Vogue, AnOther, i-D, Interview, The Gentlewoman, Double and Self Service.
The exhibition will delve deep into the entire creative process: casting, styling, location, props, and art direction. Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion will be the first part of a partnership with theoutnet.com which will extend to a further two parts. Following the exhibition will be a commissioned film Filming the body in Fashion, which will be launched at Art Basel, Miami, and finally a book, Posturing: Writing the Body in Fashion published by Self Publish Be Happy.
Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion will take place at 10 Thurloe Place, Kensington, from 2 November — 12 November 2017.

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