Show off your those hot legs of yours with my favorite looks for this up coming Spring! Icy pastels and hints of pink are getting into the mix.
Butterfly show-girls fluttered down the Jean Paul Gaultier catwalk in Paris, as the French designer transformed his haute couture gowns into delicate ethereal creations with silky wings in multicolored hues. The collections effect was both sultry and mystifying. Ms. Von Teese brought electricity with all the intensity of her bright teal ensemble, and we were once again reminded that nobody works a corset like the burlesque star.
Just in case you thought of Mariah Carey’s “Butterfly” while viewing the collection
Missing the warmth of the spring season? Flowers are a fun, girly trend that is carefree and inherently feminine. This blossoming trend, you’ll find flower patterned bras, shirts, skirts, dresses, trousers and jackets. Pastels, baby pinks and whites with little flowers were adorable in the past, but I want wild orchid prints. It’s a bit bolder, eye-catching and lady-like as well. Enter the “garden” and enjoy the beautiful pieces of 2014 Pre-Spring Collections from a wide range of designers.
Her style is charismatic!
Everyone knows that fashion is way more entertaining with editor -at- large and “Aww”-mazing dresser Anna Dello Russo (AdR). You will certainly never miss her lavishly wearing daring designer duds like a pro. Anna describes herself as a passionate fashionista, owning 4,000+ pairs of shoes, Keeping all her fab shoes and clothes in an adjacent flat, Stunning in evening wear in broad daylight, Wearing last season is strictly against her “religion“, Outrageous headgear And an uncontrollable habit of wearing almost everything at once ( which we love).
‘My mother used to say I looked like a Christmas tree; I would wear everything at the same time. I still do. I’m a maximalist.’– Anna Dello Rosso
Anna is 51 years fabulous and a prime example that age is just a number.
Those legs that last for days too.
Ditch those hideous “Christmas Sweaters” and wear a sweater with real sex acheer, like these unisex KENZO sweaters that have been blossoming through these months. It’s the playful use of fabrics with their eye catching prints and colors is what intrigues me without a doubt. The House of KENZO was founded in Paris in 1970 by Tokyo designer Takada Kenzo. With the looks of his collection during these recent fashion shows, This unpretentious brand is in revival mode and are attracting worldwide fans at record pace. Those sweaters are everywhere and the best part is, it looks playfully hip and chic. The originality in his design showcase a celebration of diverse cultures, nature, fantastic bizarre choices and shades of colors.
Get one, give one!
Which city has host the most fashionable in habitants? or at least the best dressed street walkers during Fashion Week? Milan, Paris, and London have major influence on international fashion trends and are the key European cities in the fashion industry.
Paris its being home to several highly prestigious and powerful fashion house have longstanding traditions of excellence and creativity in design. French men and women are stereotyped for their effortlessly chic fashion sensibilities. Milan’s fashion history has evolved greatly throughout the years. Style in Milan is regarded as the most sophisticated and admired, concentrating equally on ready-to-wear and haute couture. Milan is truly glamorous! London has seriously gave birth to iconic styles and trends. Most fashion designs are known for their extravagant quirkiness and unique charm. London is a modern mixing pot of cultures and this is evident when you look at the style of its inhabitants. From bold and loud styles to more traditionally posh and refined dressing, anything goes in this city.
WHICH CITY WINS THE CUP??
“Whoever does not visit Paris regularly will never really be elegant”. -Honoré de Balzac
“Italy is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life.” -Anna Akhmatova
“When a man is tired of London, He is tired of life”– Samuel Johnson
It hasn’t even been one month since Fashion Never Sorry started and usually it takes other blogs around a year to do their 100th post, but not us…
Starting 2014, Fashion Never Sorry will begin it’s monthly “Luxe Box“. The Luxe Box holds 5 fashion/beauty/luxury items that together make a very stylish look. Just sign up for $1, you can submit more than once to increase your chances to win a one of a kind look! Winner will be chosen randomly.
Amazing! I know!
Enjoy the eclectic collection of Fashion Photography to start your day classy.
Yahdiel David / 25 / NYC “Orange is the color of my life” Facebook Twitter @yahdieldavid :IG: Orange pants: Zara Button up shirt: Nautica Cardigan: Tommy Hilfiger One button blazer: Zara Sunglasses: D&G
Sky high platforms, untamed beautiful mane, gives that sultry bad gal-ness to this 2008 French Vogue editorial. Stylist Carine Roitfeld, French Vogue Editor, did a phenomenal job with the creative direction of the shoot. Models are Lakshmi Menon and Yasmin Warsame were photographed by the insanely talented Mario Testino.