Fashion Week

LFW Streetstyle: Antipodium X2

Beautiful Hand of Fatima necklace.

I love how she mixed two different material pieces from the Antipodium A/W11 collection. A cotton tide print top and a light chiffon tide print maxi skirt.






LFW Streetstyle: Antipodium Dress

I love the collar detail on this Antipodium A/W 11 a line shirt dress.

LFW Streetstyle: Bucket Bag

LFW Streetstyle: Black on Black

Eva Minge: Stripes All Over!

Stripes inspired by the famous marinière, Jean Paul Gaultier’s favorite motif, were everywhere in Eva Minge’s collection, presented during MB Fashion Week at Hudson Hotel in NYC. Multiple versions of stripes, mostly in blue or black & white, were placed on casual chic and smart business women’s and men’s looks. Other colors used in this rich collection was red, yellow and green. Most lines where fitted with smart details such as zippers and openings. If you are searching for sexy and comfy everyday look, then this is going to be your favorite Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Mini skirts, hot shorts, leggings, and seductive swimwear are among your choices for next season. The whole idea is to get some of the pieces and make with them endless combinations. Geometry, sharp contrasts, underwear and sportswear inspirations made up easy-to-wear items for young, active people looking for ‘basics with a twist’. Most styles were combined with ankle boots which remain a trend for the coming months. Some of the models were also wearing impressive flats, further satisfying the quest for comfort. There was nice tailoring in jackets and trench coats for men and women, and a very interesting hoodie with revealing zipper on the back. The show was huge, so I didn’t manage to stay till the end. I had to rush for the next show (Venexiana) which I knew it was going to be fabulous, and finally I did it!

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Venexiana’s Incredible Gowns!

Venexiana Spring/Summer 2012 was an endless series of fabulous evening gowns and spectacular cocktail dresses, full of sparkle and color that can be called ‘dazzling’. Sequins, rich draping, soft and bright colors, solid, shiny and light weight fabrics, monochromes and prints, all kind of necklines (from strapless to turtleneck), maxis and minis where the key points of this amazing collection presented during MB Fashion Week in NYC. Those dresses are the ones most women are dreaming of for a special night out. They attract attention, make you feel unique and above all can be an investment. Many of them had interesting golden and bronze hues or shine. The rest of the palette included pinks, greens, blues and a little bit of black. Details such as flowers and bows were placed at key points of the silhouette to enhance the design and reveal the power of fabrics to fold in many different ways and create unexpected shapes. The whole array of colors could have been inspired by some sort of a magic spring garden or from Alice in Wonderland. It seemed as if they have been placed inside Barbie’s Fairytale Glitterizer Wardrobe which infuses everything with incredible sparkle! Venexiana loves Old Hollywood glamour and with the right moves manages to make this style modern and fresh. For that matter, the collection included a lot of mini lengths and fitted lines. Femininity takes here a very impressive and delicate form, one that can make all heads turn towards it.

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Lela Rose: Simple and Fabulous!

Lela Rose Spring/Summer 2012 show during MB Fashion Week in NYC was all about effortless elegance, sophisticated simplicity and harmony. Fitted midi dresses in nudes and soft metallic shades, as well as looks with wonderful abstract prints and lacy details, and gowns with charming transparencies were the main pieces that attracted attention. Polka dots which are many designers’ favorites for this, and the next, season, were included in this collection as motifs on light-weight fabrics. Romanticism and retro elements dominated the picture, with florals and lace used selectively on plain backgrounds to promote the concept of ‘urban vintage’ – looks that seem old and new at the same time. Evening styles were so loose and subtle that could be easily adopted whole day long with slight changes in accessories. Some details, such as flares from the waist and simple necklines, flattered the silhouettes even more, supporting the very idea of ‘chic and sleek’. Those are outfits that should be in every wardrobe because they are easy-to-wear in many occasions. Most dresses can help you build up a smart corporate look as well as many for the evenings. And besides that, in this collection you can find very modern and edgy combinations of tops with mini skirts and shorts, for your summer vacations. I just loved the loose jacket matched with shorts as well as the funky yellow-blue t-shirt with a colorful printed mini-skirt.

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