Tory Burch Holiday 2013

This season, show off Chic hues of Navy and Cream. Wear your lace and knits during the daytime, and mix it up with Sparkles for Night. Anyway you do it, you’ll absolutely glow, wearing pieces from Tory Burch‘s Holiday 2013 Campaign! Just like Zuzanna Bijoch, Tilda Lindstam, and Laura Kampman.

Nina Ricci Spring 2014

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Soft. Sweet. And Romantic. The three words I’d use to describe Nina Ricci‘s Spring 2014 collection. Creative Director, Peter Copping uses many soft shades of pastels, creams, and white. Incorporating many Dramatic ruffles, and Beautiful white flowing dresses, looking like they could be found on all of the Best Dressed women in Paris.

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Towards the end, Copping incorporates many Beautiful floral prints, in light shades of blue. Bringing a very Springy and Garden like vibe. And the Evening Gowns????? Just left me Speechless.

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Pictured: Kremi Otashilyliyska, Zuzanna Bijoch, and Natalia Siodmak

Gucci Spring 2014

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Inspired by the Year of the Snake Frida Giannini gives Chinese inspired staples, a modern Spring twist. Still as Dramatic and Beautiful as the theme may be, Gianni gives the trend a Beautiful Springy feel at Gucci, with many long, flowy dresses in sheer fabrics. Many with a Sexy plunge and some even with a Beautiful snake print.

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Towards the middle of Gucci’s collection, it’s all about the Fringe. When models come out, carrying Beautiful snakeskin handbags in Bright fuschia and purple hues, with none other than the fringe. And who wouldn’t want to carry that Handbag?

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At the end, Gianni sends out a Beautiful array of gowns in Beautiful sheer and Silk fabrics, incorporating many Dramatic shades of Oxblood, Green, and Cobalt blue. Many of which staples at Gucci’s Fall 2013 show back in February. And the last three Gowns leave me absolutely Speakless!

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Pictured: Anja Rubik, Kati Nescher, Joan Smalls, Maud Welzen, Zuzanna Bijoch, Anja Rubik, Kasia Struss, Kati Nescher, Bette Franke, Suvi Kopenon, Joan Smalls, Nadja Bender, Anja Rubik, Vanessa Axente, Amanda Wellsh, and Frida Giannini

Tom Ford Spring 2014

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As Naomi Campbell stated in the Youtube clip I posted just last week, stating her demands with fellow Supermodel Iman, she praises Tom Ford, who actually casts the models himself, for his always Stellar shows. The casting, very much so diverse, the models each showed off many Stunning looks from leather, to Sparkles and Sheer. The collection begins with a Beautiful array of leather ensembles in Neutral shades of black, white, and tan. Many of which show off the perfect look for going everywhere, from to Bali, to the Carribean, or even just walking on the streets of New York, Tokyo, Sydney, or even Paris. Definitely the perfect ensembles to take you anywhere.

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At the end of the collection, Ford sends out a Stellar array of models in Sexy gowns of all lengthes, each draped in Gems of all kinds, very Haute Couture like. And I predict that many of Ford’s gowns will be shipped to Los Angeles to be sported at The Oscars or Golden Globes sometime tonight.

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Pictured: Zuzanna Bijoch, Pauline Hoarau, Andrea D., Liu Wen, Kaitlin As, Esther Heesch, and Tom Ford

J Mendel Spring 2014

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J Mendel’s Spring 2014 collection has that Modern Glamour and Romance seen at many of the collections in New York this Spring. Gilles Mendel uses many pastels, white and black dresses in Beautiful, delicate sheer fabrics, silk, and lace. For that Romantic vibe.

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Towards the end of the collection, Mendel starts to incorporate more darker, Dramatic shades besides black using Oxblood and Beige. Mendel still keeps the feminine fabrics of sheer, silks, and lace intact, but adds delicate Baroque and fur to the mix.

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Pictured: Ava Smith, Katya Riabinkina, Zuzanna Bijoch, Bette Franke, Hedvig Palm, and Gilles Mendel