Anthony Vaccarello Fall 2014 – Punk Meets the Red Carpet

Kicking off Paris Fashion Week, Anthony Vaccarello gives his signature punk staples, a red carpet glamour. As Vaccarello gives a leather strapless dress with cutouts. Futuristic ruffles embellish a leather dress. While a leather jacket gets paired with feminine accents, such as: tweed, knits, and in silohouettes such as a trench coat.

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A Candy Coated Gucci Fall 2014

Ever since Pre-Fall 2014, Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini, has been a more simple route with her collections, leaving just as much a memorable statement as Marc Jacobs’ last Louis Vuitton show back in March. Kicking off Milan Fashion Week, every single a-list model that didn’t seem to make an appearance at New York Fashion Week, (think on the list of: Sigrid Agren, Anja Rubik, Kasia Struss, and Daria Strokous), stormed down the white-out Gucci catwalk, in a candy coated ensemble, and Equestrian boots in a light brown neutral, or Snakeskinned. As trenchcoats and outerwear seem to be the big thing at New York and London Fashion Weeks, they also seemed to make camo at Gucci, in militaristic inspired silohouettes and of course, fur. While outerwear, animal prints, and pastels may seem to be the big thing at Gucci, for the evening wear, Giannini sends out an array of leather cocktail dresses, plastered in silver, metallic chains. Definately the perfect collection for some Simplicity and Classic staples, with a bit of that bold, edgy twist; Purely Chic. A very Mod feel, overall.

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Who Doesn’t Remember this Do at Chanel? #tbt

Now who couldn’t remember the heart-shaped hairdo that models sported at Chanel‘s Spring 2010 Haute Couture show. The days when my all-time favorites, like Freja Beha, Sigrid Agren, Anja Rubik, Jac Jagaciak, Frida Gustavsson, and Siri Tollerod were still roaming the runways. But with the pastel colored Haute Couture frocks sported, all I can think is Easter. Especially with the hair.

 

Balmain Spring 2014

Like his Resort collection, Balmain‘s Olivier Rousteing gives Balmain’s signature edgy and Rock and Roll style, a more Feminine and Romantic twist. Using prints of Houndstooth and lace, and feathers, Rousteing pairs them with Edgy chains, Baggy suits, and even monochrome checkered print. Adding a very Hip Hop and Rock and Roll vibe. The perfect way to add a little touch of Hip Hop and Rock and Roll, even to the most feminine pieces. And who isn’t obsessed with those Sexy feathered Cotillion like gowns?

Anthony Vaccarello’s Super Sexy Spring 2014 Collection

Anthony Vaccarello’s Super Sexy Spring 2014 Collection

Bringing me reminiscene, of a 1980s Versace collection, Anthony Vaccarello puts his Signature über Sexy and Punk style onto Ladylike staples. Each look is studded huge silver cabochons to perfection. Every look, in a Hourglass figure to perfection. The collection, … Continue reading