He is set to open at London’s Somerset house at the end of November. Valentino’s exhibition is going to include more then 130 pieces of the designer’s work including “Jackie Onassis” wedding dress from the designers 1968 Collection.
Enrico, Coveri is a designer born in Florence, Italy. He studied at the Accademia Delle Belle Arti in Florence Italy. In 1973 he worked for several companies freelance. In 1978 he moved to Paris to work at Espace Cardin. Coveri is known for being bold and fun loving with his designs. As a designer he was typically known for including comic characters and pop art designs in his clothes.
(The Thames and Hudson Dictionary of Fashion and Fashion Designers)
“Lebanese designer Elie Saab has long been a leading name in haute couture in the Middle East, where his romantic, crystal-encrusted gowns attracted princesses to his Beirut atelier, opened in 1982 when he was just 18 years old. His ready-to-wear line, which launched in 1998 in Milan, heralds the same feminine aesthetic as his couture dresses, with brightly colored silks, chiffons, pearl beading, and embroidered lace. With their Middle Eastern detailing and European sensibility, Saab gowns are also at home on the Hollywood red carpet; Halle Berry famously wore one to pick up her Academy Award in 2002.” (TheCut)
DirdyBirdy is a fabulous designer on Etsy.com. The designer makes wonderful and unique pieces that are available on her store. I am in LOVE with the Lion Head Locket that is available on her page.
To check out her site click on the link below
Check out this really interesting video that “Japanese florist turned designer Rie Hosokai specializes in balloon dressmaking, weaving latex into beautiful, but short-lived couture. CBSNews.com’s Felipe Maya reports.”(CBS)
H&M and David Beckham are the latest pairing for a fashion collaboration. Beckham will design a new line of Underwear for H&M that will debut in February . (The Cut)
Ginger Spice aka Geri Halliwell is reportedly designing her own range of evening dresses that will be carried in the British High street store ‘Next’, for release later this year. I think she will be a excellent designer. Reportedly they will be elegant and beautiful but not expensive.
Can’t afford those Jimmy choos or Manolo Blahnik’s ? well now you can download them for free for your desktop.
The illustrations are gorgeous check them out below!
Emma Dalzell’s on Etsy.com has a wonderful store called BambiEyezDesign. I enjoy her work because she uses a mix medium of techniques to make her pieces. She also has a blog that you can visit at
Check out some of her pieces that I have included below from her Etsy Store.