Schiaparelli, who worked in Paris from the 1920s until her house closed in 1954, was associated closely with the Surrealist movement and created iconic pieces such as the ‘tear’ dress, the ‘shoe’ hat, and the ‘bug’ necklace. Prada, who holds a degree in political science, took over her family’s Milan-based business in 1978, and focuses on fashion that reflects the eclectic nature of Postmodernism.Inspired by Miguel Covarrubias’s satirical 'Impossible Interviews' for Vanity Fair in the 1930s, curators Harold Koda and Andrew Bolton orchestrate conversations between these iconic women to suggest new readings of the designers’ most innovative work. Film director, screenwriter, and producer Baz Luhrmann is the exhibition’s creative consultant, and has created a series of filmed elements for the exhibition. The production design for the films is by Luhrmann's long-time collaborator, Catherine Martin. The exhibition design is realised by Nathan Crowley, who was also creative consultant for the Met’s exhibitions ‘Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy’, and ‘American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity’. All mannequin head treatments and masks are designed by Guido Palau.
Friday, June 29, 2012
My friend Anano, took a photo of me for her blog (Click here) by the oldest camera Zenit. By this outfit i tried to go back to 70th. Flowers just like as background are so amazing. High-wasited yellow skirt is from my mom
s wardrobe. So don't hesitate to check out your mom's too, hope something interesting is waiting for you. Vintage clothing with vintage Camera became the best combination to get the result as this photo is now available on vogue.it. Follow the link (click)
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
When the château was built, Versailles was a country village; today, however, it is a suburb of Paris, some 20 kilometres southwest of the French capital. The court of Versailles was the centre of political power in France from 1682, when Louis XIV moved from Paris, until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789 after the beginning of the French Revolution. Versailles is therefore famous not only as a building, but as a symbol of the system of absolute monarchy of the Ancient Régime.
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Creative breaks, Rei Kawakubo transfigures the classic exercise of the parade and distorts the codes of haute couture. White with Drama and almost monochrome models, it magnifies the major stages of life: birth, marriage, death and transcendence. Drama White is white, pure, ceremony and all its nuances. Outbreaks floral puff of handkerchiefs, fleecy material, here inspired lace holes of a christening gown and there an ornamental knot obi way, great coats and high hats reminiscent of the Sevillian processions of Holy Week, the dress married like the envelope of an insect and silky fabrics, turns raw and refined, bright and dull, opaque and transparent, that stand, breathe, flourish borrowing from the mineral, vegetable and animal life forces of nature.White Drama is a tour de force because it emanates from these architectures scholarly fashion an intangible dimension that affects the spiritual and transports you into the world of unclassifiable Rei Kawakubo.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Hier nous avons visité Moulin rouge qui était vraiment fabuleux. Après ca nous sommes allés à Montmartre (la butte Montmartre), qui est de 130 mètres de haut, donnant son nom au quartier environnant. Le Montmartre mot est traduit pour signifier «la montagne du martyr" et a été dérivé de la martyre de Saint Denis - l'évêque de Paris - qui fut décapité sur la colline dans 250 colline AD.This dehors de la ville a été réglée parce que, durant le 19e siècle, l'empereur Napoléon III avait donné beaucoup de bonnes terres à l'intérieur de la ville à ses amis riches, qui ont été chargés de la tâche de développer la maladie. Les premiers habitants ont été forcés de se déplacer dans les faubourgs de Paris où ils ont rapidement établi leurs propres «ville» sans les règles et règlements de la ville. Après ca nous avons visité Sacré-Coeur.Montmartre l 'endroit le plus reconnaissable est la basilique du Sacré-Cœur, construit de 1876 à 1912. Le dôme blanc de cette basilique catholique romaine se situe au point culminant de la ville, au sommet de la "butte Montmartre" et l'église est visitée par des millions de touristes chaque année. Et pour finir le Tour Eiffel, c'est vraiment magnifique!
Cristobal Balenciagas exhibition was incomparable. We were introduced to 1895-1972 collections. every detail of this exhibition made my little heart beat even faster. I was astonished with a wedding hat made in 1967. I could never imagine that something would bring me the joy i felt when i saw outline of the costumes. Impression I am filled up will never fade away.
Friday, June 22, 2012
This exhibition presents the story of two personalities, Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs (creative director of Louis Vuitton), and highlights their contributions to the world of fashion. How did they know to register in their respective time to innovate and advance an entire industry? How these two men, with their own language did they appropriate the phenomena and cultural codes in order to write the history of fashion?Rather than retrospective analysis, this parallel-Vuitton Jacobs provides insights into the fashion system during these two periods are hinges that industrialization of the late nineteenth century and the globalization of the early twenty-first century. They are discussed crafts, technical advances, the stylistic and creative artistic collaborations. Deployed on two levels, each floor dedicated exposure to one of the creators in a staging of Sam Gainsbury and Joseph Bennett. The Louis Vuitton suitcases are presented in relation to the collections and fashion accessories of the nineteenth century the museum on the first floor, while a selection of the most iconic models designed by Marc Jacobs, for the last 15 years, is staging the second.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
As i previously said my morning began badly... As somebody ( Idiot)has stolen my pocket. He made this so professionally that i didn't even see how opened my bag and disappeared my pocket:( I was very said untill i entered in Grand Palais and saw Helmut Newton exhibition. After that we've visited Musée d'Orsay where most impressionable was les peintures de Vincent van Gogh. After that we decided to walk on Champes-Elysees.
Tomorrow my plan is to visit Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton exhibitions, after that Louvre, Park du Luxembourg et et.c.
I've posted too much about Helmut Newton Photography! He is really one of the best. Click here to see more posts. This exhibition is now in Grand Palais a Paris. The most incredible was Yves Saint Lauren 1970 Woman with cigarette and photos of Yves. J'adore, c'etait vraiment tres magnifique!!!
BTW post about my looks, accident in police as someone has stolen my pocket in metro will be as soon as i ll be back at home :(
Have a nice night
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Paris...A place which was always dream for me and it came true. Im totally in luv with this city and wish to live here. As much as i was too much tired decided to walk only on Champs Elysees then having a little shopping time and unfortunately rain begin that became the reason for us for going back home.
Tomorrow my destination will be Palace de Versailles where i will take a lot of photos. Then i've decided to make a street fashion photography and also share my looks.
Hope you ll enjoy with my new posts:)
Feel free to advice me good places to locate.
Also im interested in vintage shops, if you own any idea about it please let me know :)
Monday, June 18, 2012
George is a very talented Georgian young designer. His collections are always very creative and full of ideas. Unfortunately i didn't attend Be Next fashion competition where George was one of the participators but when i checked photos, he was one of my fav one. He became one of the winner on this competition and his collections will be sold on Carnet de mode Paris. Also they will be responsible for collections PR.
Love him a lot as he is trying hard not to be same as others are. His collections are always to die for!!!
Today im going to Paris, which means that my next posts will be about Paris street style, my looks in Paris, All instagram photos and of course Paris Fashion Week which i ll attend only at opening day.
Cya tomorrow from Paris my lovely readers <3
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Totally in luv with this collection! Why? Because Stella McCartney made just like a resume of last 2 years trends. She made a combination from Tigra prints to fringes that are still chic. I was a lil bored with some of them but mix of those ones are really incredible. Lace, fringes, flare shapes, tigra prints, plisse, suits, tartan everything i love is presented in Stella world!
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Today my friend Anano asked me to make some photo shooting. Our location was near my house. She took photos of me with her vintage camera ZENIT and after that we enjoyed a little. So the result is here. Photos taken with this oldest one will be available asap.
Sweet dreams my lovely readers.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Cut 2 sets of 15 strands of embroidery thread, with each strand measuring four times the length of the bracelet. Knot all the threads at the top, leaving about 2 inches of slack. Sandwich each set between a bobby pin – this will help you easily weave the threads through the links of the bracelet. Lay the threads to the left of the bracelet. Pull the first color (coral) from under the first link and over the top of the left side.
Friday, June 8, 2012
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Ari Seth Cohen is a person who made a great job in fashion world. He is an owner of ADVNACED STYLE blog. Im a permanent visitor of his blog and checking out the style of elders. You know i've posted about Iris Apfel (Click here), Elders style (Click here) and for the next issue in AmartaEXPRESS i made an article about elders style. What i mean is that age doesn't matter in fashion. They are people with a huge experience, personality and amazing style. If we wear some accessories with closed eyes, they always think too much which, how and why to wear. Today i found out the film Ari Seth was making about their style in TV and there was an interview with 91 years old woman who was saying that without accessories outfit is not finished. Accessories gives you a possibility to express your feelings better. So, not to get bored with my opinions, i've decided to make an interview with that guy, who found advanced style and became the most popular blogger in the world.
Anobano: So, when decided to make a blog why the style of advanced people was the most interesting for you?
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Monday, June 4, 2012
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Rick Owens first met his wife, Michele Lamy, more than twenty years ago when he was employed as a pattern maker in the design company she owned and ran in Los Angeles. In 2008, in a definitive New Yorker profile, he described her as “a mesmerising sphinx. I’m so fascinated by someone who acts completely on instinct and feelings, where I’m so pragmatic and sensible and kind of, compared to her, boring and conservative.” Such things are relative, clearly.In 2003, and by that point heading up the successful Rick Owens label, the pair migrated to a five-storey mansion in the Seventh Arrondissement of Paris where they now live and work. “It was kind of like, wow, I never expected this to happen, but here we are, this demands something special,” Owens once said of the move.