Rodarte unveiled their couture collection today at the Pittti W. After the installation, the dresses will be donated to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
These dresses are fabulous and unbelievable. Im in love.
For all the details on Michelle Obama’s looks click on the link below.
Lady Gaga’s Meat dress will now be on display for your viewing.
“The dress seen ’round the world was put into dry storage with the shoes after the event, with a chemical preservation process that turned the items into a fashionista’s version of beef jerky. Henke explained to MTV that they’d worked with a taxidermist and put the ensemble — put together by designer Franc Fernandez and stylist Nicola Formichetti and worn by Lady Gaga when she accepted her video of the year VMA for for “Bad Romance”– onto a dress form while it was still wet.” ( from the THE GOSPEL ON CELEBRITY AND POP CULTURE)
For all the details http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/gossip/2011/06/lady-gaga-meat-dress-rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame.html
- Giovanni Boldini (1842-1931), Portrait of Mme Charles Max , 1896. Oil on canvas, 205 x 100 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Photo © Hervé Lewandowski/RMN Madeleine dress, Autumn-Winter 2005/06 Haute Couture collection. Embroidered tulle dress in shades of greys. Worn with trompe l’oeil nude corset. © Patrick Demarchelier
I am loving this fan group on Facebook for Dior! They have the most unique fashion related posts on the site. Check out these fabulous pictures from their site by clicking the Dior.
Stephanie Corfee is originally from Malvern, PA. She makes these wonderful and bold designs and illustrations that I would like to share with you all. I love her use of colors and different techniques that she uses. Check out some of her pictures below and for all of her items from her shop click on the link below.
All photos are courtesy of Stephanie Corfee on Etsy.com
Photo: Courtesy of James Franco/Elle
James Franco recently took a picture of model Agyness Deyn dressed as James Dean. How did they turn out? AMAZING! For all the details and more check out the article below for NY Magazine.
Major designers have started making little luxury brands for children. Check out what Gap, Lavin, and Paul Smith are doing in the article below.
photo courtesy of Lavin From the Lavin Petite Collection