Abstract Colorblocking at Fausto Puglisi

It may be the dreariest and coldest season of the year, but that doesn’t mean that you need to look gloomy!!! The motto exclaiming at Fausto Puglisi, as all things abstract were present. Whether it was Colorblocking, studded embellishments, the geometric shapes, or a Lindsey Wixson opening the show. I’d be surprised if your winter season still seemed as dreary, after this.

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Lindsey Wixson Glows in Yves Saint Laurent Beauty’s Holiday 2013 Campaign

Lindsey Wixson Glows in Yves Saint Laurent Beauty’s Holiday 2013 Campaign

The collection titled, ‘Parisian Night’ Supermodel Lindsey Wixson, a Yves Saint Laurent Beauty favorite, literally glows. “Paris at night, a time to party. From the Rive Gauche to the Rive Droite, the YSL woman plunges into late, late nights and … Continue reading

My New Look: Bangs

Since making a debut on the Fall 2012 runways at Elie Saab, Versace, and Marni, and making appearances at Emilio Pucci, Rag & Bone, and Salvatore Ferragamo during Fall 2013 Fashion Week. Bangs have ever since gone viral. And with … Continue reading

The Anastasia Of Winter

I’ve always been very fond of Vogue Japan‘s editorials, and as I follow Vogue Japan favorite, Lindsey Wixson‘s Fashion Spot thread. I always enjoy to see the creativity, and the Beauty of the models and the clothing within the editorials. Making me really fall in love with Emma Summerton’s “The Anastasia Of Winter” starring Lindsey Wixson, in Vogue Japan’s December 2013 Issue. Which of whom, sports rosy cheeks, and twiggy lashes, and clothing with a very Russian feel to it. Reminding of the Matryoshka Doll, a famous wooden Russian Doll. Really capturing the Beauty of Wixson, and the clothing, with that Anastasia feel.

Lindsey Wixson Scores Chanel

Lindsey Wixson Scores Chanel

As Karl Lagerfeld finished shooting his Spring 2014 Campaign at the Rue Cambon studio in Paris. According to WWD, the Kansas born Gapped-tooth Beauty was photographed by none other than Lagerfeld for the Campaign. And this doesn’t seem to surprise … Continue reading