The Elegant 1940s Lady is Ready for the Future in Fashion at Carolina Herrera

In shows, Carolina Herrera kicked off today with a new theme in mind: That Elegant 1940s Lady meets the futuristic Lady. Making the two collide for a vibrant, yet Ladylike collection. Fur came in all hues, from black to a bright tangerine. Triangular shaped cutouts wrap around the neckline of a Classic 1940s style shift. Brightly hued Geometric prints give a floor length gown a futuristic zest. While tribal inspired earrings finish off pretty much every look. Now if the Elegant 1940s Lady is ready to face the future in fashion, then I don’t know who is.

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Hitting the Slopes in the City – Tommy Hilfiger Style

In the mists of Skyscrapers, in a snowy New York City, comes what appears to be a Vermont ski resort with Tommy Hilfiger models, in all things Preppy and Outdoorsy to beat those cold January days, walking on the wooden platforms. Making me reminiscence those days when I was hitting the slopes at Ski Liberty, Alphendorf in Austria, (where I actually learned how to ski), & in Canaan Valley, West Virginia. A Winter Wonderland, Tommy Hilfiger style – indeed!

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Diane Von Furenstenburg Fall 2014 – Celebrating 40 Years of the Iconic Wrap Dress

Paris and Nicky Hilton sitting front row, a live performance from St. Vincent, Supermodels ranging from Karen Elson, to Joan Smalls, and even Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss, and a raining glitter finale. With all that excitement, you know that there is something to celebrate, as Diane Von Furenstenburg has to celebrate 40 years of the Iconic Wrap dress. By now, pretty much anybody in fashion would know what the Wrap dress is, and would talk about it as they would Coco Chanel. What’s not to celebrate?
For the collection, Diane Von Furenstenburg presents none other than a flawless array of her signature flirtatious and vibrant prints, seen throughout the past 40 years of the Wrap dress. While colored furs wrap around some of the gowns for a bit of warmth during those days in the death of winter. In the finale, came a mist of raining glitter, with models in matching golden Wrap dresses, to celebrate none other than the dress’ 40th Anniversary.

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