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Standouts from Resort’s Runway

T By Alexander Wang, Resort 2013

T By Alexander Wang, Resort 2013

Dion Lee, Resort 2013

Balenciaga, Resort 2013

Jill Stuart, Resort 2013

Nicole Miller, Resort 2013

Stella McCartney, Resort 2013

 

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the best of Paris fashion week fall 2012

Celine, Fall 2012

Celine, Fall 2012

Celine, Fall 2012

Carol Lim and Humberto Leon for Kenzo, Fall 2012

Carol Lim and Humberto Leon for Kenzo, Fall 2012

Carol Lim and Humberto Leon for Kenzo, Fall 2012

Paula K, Fall 2012

Paula K, Fall 2012

Paula K, Fall 2012

Paula K, Fall 2012

Tsumori Chisato, Fall 2012

Tsumori Chisato, Fall 2012

Chloe, Fall 2012

Chloe, Fall 2012

Chloe, Fall 2012

Miu Miu, Fall 2012

Louis Vuitton, Fall 2012

Lanvin, Fall 2012

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Coolest Modern Trend at Fall 2012 Fashion Week: Photorealism

Mary Katrantzou, Fall 2012

Felder Felder, Fall 2012

Carven, Fall 2012

Balenciaga, Fall 2012

Tsumori Chisato, Fall 2012

Moncler Gamme Rouge, Fall 2012

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Luke, I am your Father

Star Wars Fanatics rejoice!  It seems the villainous Darth Vader trend is catching on rather famously.

courtesy of marieclaire.com

Balenciaga Spring 2012

Darth Vader inspired sketch

Villainous Street Style

By Artist Chase Kunz

Street Art By Mr. Brainwash courtesy thedirtfloor.com

Ashley and Mary-Kate donned this getup for their site

The Balenciaga Spring 2012 show that started it all

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Quote of the Day

“Fashion is architecture. It is a matter of proportions.”

-Coco Chanel

A woman ahead of her time in so many ways…

Swedish Designer Sandra Backlund considers herself a sculpture first and foremost

Bosnian Industrial Designer Tea Petrovic's handmade shoe (2009)

Balenciaga's Brilliant Block Shoes Fall 2010

Mark Segal

Mark Segal

Gareth Pugh

VPL

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Clowning Around

It’s nice to see designers having a good time with fashion.  Often I find the industry can take the subject far too seriously, and in trying times, it’s relieving to bring a since of humor to the table.  And though there’s frequently the conception that clowns are scary, (which I do not disagree with one bit!) that added quality only makes it all the more intriguing.

Chloe, Pre-Fall

Chloe, Pre-Fall

Stella McCartney, Pre-Fall

Stella McCartney, Pre-Fall

Stella McCartney, Pre-Fall

Stella McCartney, Pre-Fall

 

Roksanda Ilincic, Pre-Fall

Roksanda Ilincic, Pre-Fall

Roksanda Ilincic, Pre-Fall

Roksanda Ilincic, Pre-Fall

Roksanda Ilincic, Pre-Fall

Roksanda Ilincic, Pre-Fall

Balenciaga, Pre-Fall

Balenciaga, Pre-Fall

Louis Vuitton, Pre-Fall

Louis Vuitton, Pre-Fall

No. 21, Pre-Fall

No. 21, Pre-Fall

Marni, Pre-Fall

Marni, Pre-Fall

From the heavily blue eye-shadowed sparkly lady at Louis Vuitton, to Stella McCartney’s bold and playful prints, to Marni’s crafty take, to Roksanda Ilincic’s Ronald McDonald inspired getup, designers are certainly upping the silliness factor, but in a way that works for the modern woman.  I’m hoping once Fall Fashion week comes, (just two weeks away!) we see lots more of this clownish trend!

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