Below is an exclusive peek at Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2012/2012 film, put together by Director Trevor Undi.
Ethereal, romantic and dramatic, with a one shoulder silhouette and lots of movement, it’s all that an evening dress should be. Ribbons of fabric traverse the body and cascade whimsically to the hem of this floor grazing dress.
This incredible dress fashioned from an electric hued gossamer silk chiffon has a softly crinkled texture and luxurious fluidity.
The silhouette of this crinkled silk chiffon halter dress has ethereal movement and a soft hand-painted watercolour floral design that feels mysterious on the black backdrop of the fabric.
Wear this knockout silk georgette dress any time you want to stand out in a sea of lackluster LBDs.
This floaty dress has the easy glamour of a maxi silhouette with details both romantic and sexy.
This silky dress has a minimal, boudoir inspired front and a dramatically draped back that features soft textures, floaty movement and a sexy glimpse of skin.
The luxurious silk chiffon fabric of the dress has an eye-catching iridescence with an intricately patterned seamless slip underneath to create a stunning visual effect.
Dark and enchanting, this textural lace and mesh dress with a floor sweeping length radiates romance.
This dress is modernized with beautiful textural contrasts and a cheeky play between opaque and sheer.
This soft and romantic crinkled silk chiffon dress has a textured floral appliqué that travels on a slight diagonal from the bust and across the middle.
Grey Silk Georgette Paillette Dress and Pink Silk Georgette Paillette Dress
Layer this sexy tee under a classic suit, pair with menswear trousers to create a chic feminine/masculine contrast or wear with jeans to add instant glam.
Boudoir styles are a huge trend for the season and this pair of shorts with built in opaque under-short is a clever and wearable way to get the trend.
A refined play between opaque and sheer lends an unexpected edge to the charming ballet silhouette of this dress.
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China Fashion Week is in full motion with many fashion houses showcasing their Autumn-Winter Collections. Marc Cain is one of many fashion collections showing in China this week. What do you think of his collection this season?
Marc Cain is a German company with Italian couture design and American style. Marc Cain collections are created for the self-confident, feminine woman with high expectations in quality, design and fit, Marc Cain takes the trends from the runway and makes them wearable.
For more info or to purchase Marc Cain visit —-> http://www.marc-cain.com/startseite/
KTZ shared with (UK) LondonFashionWeek “KTZ comes from Kokon To Zai, which loosely translates as ‘from here to then’. It’s the journey, be it style or fashion. It should be the transgression or movement of the wearer’s feelings and ideas… Not the other way round.” Marjan and Koji studied fashion design at Central Saint Martins while Sasa was studying architecture.
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Madonna emerged looking youthful with an “a la Cleopatra” gold pleated Romanesque overskirt paired on top of black dress, black thigh-high, sky-scrapper boots and a gold custom Erickson Beamon headpiece. She performed cartwheels, walkovers, made gold pom-poms looks like the newest “It” accessory and her blonde waves looked flawless as she danced to the music, showing off her yoga-toned physique.
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Gloves aren’t merely for practical use but a stylistic topping to any ensemble. Not to mention chic leather gloves are a must-have. Many fashion icons wore and still wear gloves i.e., Michael Jackson, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Karl Lagerfeld and many others. The point is you can glam up your look with gloves by designers from all over France and all at one place Feminin Rascal.
Must-have styles below:
Information courtesy of Fashion Designer/Expert Claudia Patel
Claudia Patel’s modernist philosophy extends to fashion and beyond. She believes clothing should fit the way women live: with designs that are feminine, comfortable, contemporary and functional. Born in Singapore, Claudia’s love of her heritage continues to be a big influence on her as a designer and fashion adherent. She spent her early years in the United States traveling with her parents and studied abroad in Australia. Claudia’s diverse upbringing has always led her to believe that life takes unexpected turns driven by passion and purpose. She soon realized fashion was more than just a pastime, it was her calling. Claudia’s passion for clothing involves more than love for color and fabric.
“I’ve always wanted to find a way to bring the artistry of my culture and heritage to the modern canvas. So begins my journey to fuse subtle Asian aesthetics to contemporary design, dreaming up of a brand that has the sense and sensibility of classic items every modern woman should have in her wardrobe, but rich with texture and culture weaved into every piece.
For me, every piece is carefully put together to have you exude unapologetic confidence, with an alluring quiet sensuality as soon as you enter a room.”