Fashion

Fashion

January 20 2007


Trussardi parade last week at Milan Fashion Week - such a fantastic concept using a luggage conveyor belt to showcase their Fall-Winter 2007/2008 collection.



Fashion

November 20 2006


If you're just a kid at heart, you'll love this fairytale range of clothes, shoes and other accessories by London brand, Eley Kishimoto. The label was formed by textile design duo Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, whose fabric designs have appeared in collections by Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Alexander McQueen (to name a few). For their own the range, the team drew upon the innocent cartoon images of childhood. Now all you need is a lollipop and the look is complete. by Lisa Evans


Fashion

June 9 2006

The hoodie is hot. From the early days when Rocky wore one whilst pounding into meat carcasses, through to our modern day rap poet Eminem, the hoodie, unlike corduroy pants has stood the test of time. Now the infamous hoodie has gone to the dogs with a variety of poochie hoodies for your favorite Fido. Your Shitzu can look shit hot in any one of these awesome hoodies from new Amsterdam based dogsdepartment.com by Andy G

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Fashion

May 21 2006


Forget what the designers say, most trends emerge not from their studios but organically from the street. Cool young things all over the world are the true pioneers of fashion, wearing clothes in new ways by customizing and accessorizing and creating a pastiche of retro and modern. Coolhunter's Paris correspondent, Yvan Rodic, has been so inspired by the street fashion in his native city that he's started to document it in his own blog, facehunter.blogspot.com.  And he's not the only one. Street style blogs have popped up all over the world, from London to Helsinki, New York, Shanghai, Moscow and Berlin, featuring pics of the what the cool kids are wearing right now. We can hear fashion's top designer's book-marking the blogs right now. by Lisa Evans

Here's the best of them: Helsinki, Finland  New York City London Berlin Stockholm  Moscow Australia Tokyo Shanghai
Paris Sao Paulo Toronto Barcelona Zurich Vancouver Reykjavik Oslo Milan Mexico San Francisco Lisbon Munich

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Fashion

March 8 2006


In the South of France lies an premium nano-country: the Principality of Monaco. It's a rich man's ghetto where everybody is obsessed by the size of their yacht and the definition of luxury. Enter Miss Bibi, aka Brigitte Giraudi, a young local creator, who has designed a jewellery collection in which each piece is an emblem of a luxurious but dark world of miniature chandeliers, chopping knives, saws, tools, mirrors, etc. From beautifully hand crafted killer earrings to sexy high heal shoe rings to infamously dangerous gun necklaces, anyone with a dry, dark, irreverent sense of humor and a taste for Monte-Carlo’s luxury will be richly rewarded. by Yvan Rodic



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