Wednesday, 21 December 2011


Behnaz Sarafpour creation was inspiratede by geometry and clean shapes.For example was full of graphic,mosaiclike lace turned up on a black laser cut pencil shirt


Thursday, 1 December 2011


Since his arrival at foundling label Burberry Prorsum in 2001, designer Christopher Bailey has taken the luxe British brand to new heights. Drawing inspiration from Burberry's illustrious heritage, he updates its classic styles with fashion-forward flair. Make the line your destination for elegantly tailored dresses, structured military jackets and, of course, the iconic trench coat.

For all the lip service paid to it of late, heritage can be a heavy load to bear. Vaunted traditions can quickly send their standard bearers into staleness. At Burberry though, Christopher Bailey continues his neat balancing act of being both conservative and bold. The brand will always stand behind the trench (the company invented it, after all), the car coat, and the parka. But how to keep them fresh, season in and season out?

Thursday, 24 November 2011


Gonzalo Tiesi, born April 24, 1985, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is an Argentina rugby union footballer.

Tiesi used to play for Harlequins in the english Guinness Premiership. As of 2011, he plays for Stade Francais in the French Top 14. Tiesi has also played for the Argentina national team, Los Pumas. His usual position is in the centres.

Tiesi formerly played for the San Isidro Club, north of Buenos Aires.Prior to signing with Harlequins he played for London Irish and has earned five caps for the Pumas, and scored three international tries, as well as having represented Argentina at the IRB Sevens event in Los Angeles

Tiesi also played for Buenos Aires Province in 2005 and previously represented Argentina at both under-21 and under-19 level.

Saturday, 19 November 2011


Raf Simons (born January 12, 1968) is a belgian fashion designer. He studied Industrial Design but after a few years of self-study, he became a menswear designer in 1995. Initially, he worked with Walter Van Beirendonk in Paris where he was exposed to the work of Martin Margiela and Jean paul Gaultier.

Inspired by uniforms of English Schools, movies and today's headlines, Raf Simons was the first designer in the 1990s to give menswear a new graphic pencil-slim silhoutte.

A favorite among the youth, he has a cult following and considered iconoclastic.

An inventive designer, Raf Simons gets his inspirations from world headlines and creates an inspiring collection based on those.

His collections (menswear only) are strongly influenced by youth culture albeit in an indirect way. He often combines strongly cut classic menswear with baggy streetwear-influenced items. Simons' style has been described as highly influential. He is cited as being one of the most important innovators in contemporary menswear by the international press