Monday, 31 January 2011


Emo stands for emo core which is emotional hardcore and it's inspired by the music from the mid 1980s which is a sub genre of hardcore punk. Expressed in its hairstyle, emo hair stands out like no other because it not only signifies a fashion trend but a means of self expression. Dark jet black straight hair combed into the face and worn long around the edges is this recently emerged signature style worn by teens and young adults around North America and other parts of the globe.

Sunday, 30 January 2011



Tyson Beckford info

COUNTRY: American model
DATE OF BIRTH: Dec 19, 1971
PLACE OF BIRTH: Bronx, New York, USA
EYES: brown
HAIR: brown

Tyson Beckford biography

Tyson was scouted by an editor from hip-hop magazine 'The Source' in 1991. Through that connection, he hooked up with a New York agency, and within months, Beckford was before the lenses of Herb Ritts and Bruce Weber. It was Weber who first brought the model to Lauren, who nabbed him for the company's sport, fragrance and body lines. By 1995, Beckford was on the covers of major magazines, including Paper and Essence and multiple-page spreads in Vogue, GQ, the New York Times and Details.

Ralph Lauren hired him in 1993 to represent his Polo Sport line exclusively. It was photographer Bruce Weber who introduced Tyson to Ralph Lauren, who immediately hired him to represent the company's fragrance and body line, 'Sport'. By 1995, Beckford was on the covers of major magazines, including Paper and Essence and multiple-page spreads in Vogue, GQ, the New York Times and Details.

His unusual good looks and his eyes. He was named 1995 Model of the Year at the VH1 Fashion Awards and one of People's 50 Most Beautiful People

Thursday, 27 January 2011



For a newcomer, Joseph Altuzarra is an exacting designer. There was an uncompromising rigor to the 27-year-old's Spring collection of duchesse satin dresses and suits spliced with geometric strips of python and metallic leather, not to mention an impressively high level of workmanship. "I asked myself what makes clothes feel modern," the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund nominee said backstage, explaining that he looked to the Internet for answers, borrowing not only bits from the sixties, but also techno and tribal elements, as well as a hefty helping of French chic. We'd also throw in deconstruction, and subtle nods in the direction of both Tom Ford and Claude Montana.

As complicated as that sounds, it all felt of a piece. It helped that Altuzarra worked within a narrowly defined color palette, opening with a series of white looks and closing with navy, connecting the dots in between with hits of neon (for leather belts and bangles) and the aforementioned python. It was cut into squares, triangles, and circles and patchworked onto the fronts of dresses in ways that accentuated the womanly form.

Sunday, 23 January 2011

Alessandro Dell'Acqua interview


A native of Naples, Italy, Alessandro Dell’Acqua studied at the Naples Belle Arti’s Accademia.

He is from the same school of thought as Costume National and Helmut Lang Рdefinitely a modernist. Before launching his own label in 1996, he trained with the Marzotto Group and Piero Pianforini. His resum̩ includes working with Genny, Gilmar, Maska and the Alma Group.

Alessandro Dell’Acqua presented at Milan Fashion Week for the first time in October 1997.


Photo by Giovanni Pucci


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Saturday, 22 January 2011


That's a brief excerpt from a preview conversation last week with Phillip Lim, in which he explained his puzzle-piece concept: Backless, side-less, and bottomless garments all somehow came together to form a full look. It was certainly an ambitious gambit, not easy to pull off, but it made for one of the best and most refined 3.1 collections to date.

The most important thing Lim did right was to not stray from the very familiar ground of clean sportswear, and to keep the palette neutral. He also developed his idea of spatial abstraction by playing with sheers, resulting in some of the best experiments with the trend we've seen this week. The backs of leather-paillette-covered T-shirts were done in see-through organza; nude tulle shifts were embroidered with five varieties of black lace; and the trench was given a chic new spin in translucent organza, edged in black and covered in little bobbing threads.

There was definitely a greater sense of luxury, particularly in the beautiful silk menswear tailoring. (Perhaps those looks betrayed his admiration for the tailoring on last season's Paris runways. Or perhaps we're seeing the influence of Nancy Rohde, the stylist and Dries Van Noten consultant who worked on the collection and was Lim's first-ever show stylist.) Another thing Lim has going for him, of course, is that he will always offer the nicer price, and that should propel the bags and shoes that debuted here today into the retail stratosphere.


WITH awards season in full swing, there was plenty of red carpet fashion moments this week. At the Critics' Choice Awards in LA, Livia Firth showed that ethical fashion can look as good as it is for the planet, while 12-year-old Elle Fanning (in Valentino), Emily Blunt (in Azarro), and Tilda Swinton (in Lanvin), also impressed us