Monday, 28 February 2011



Name : Julia Stegner
Born : November 2, 1984
Country : born in Munich, Germany
Lives : Germany

Julia Stegner is one of the new Fashion models, who are becoming more and more popular recently. Stegner is a famous German model and was born on November 2, 1984, in Munich, Germany. Julia has got a sister.

The start or the fashion model is considered to be already in her childhood, when Julia became the kid model for different commercials and children's catalogs. She was discovered during her high school times in the world famous Oktoberfest, when she was just 15 years old.

After graduating high school Julia Stegner started a serious modeling career in Paris in the year 2002 and started appearing on many fashion magazine covers (Elle, Vogue, Madame) and in fashion shows, such as Dolce & Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Oscar de la Renta, Versace. A very successful project for Julia is said to be the shoots for the famous Pirelli calendar in 2005.

Friday, 25 February 2011



Andrei Claude, born in 1979, on an island which is just off the coast of Italy in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, is an Italian model and actor who began modeling professionally in 2001 and was primarily based in California.
In 2005, Claude's manager introduced him to the fascinating world of romance novels and in his first attempt was crowned "Mr. Romance" that same year. He was the youngest and only European to ever take the title.

Claude's versatility while shooting book covers was brought to the attention of film makers and within less than a year in the industry Andrei was already being cast in various independent films and shorts, mostly centered in New York.



Passionate and determined, Alexandre Vauthier joined Thierry Mugler studio right after his fashion studies. To Vauthier, Mugler represents the absolute master of garment architecture. Spending 4 years at Thierry Mugler, Vauthier was introduced and then became part of the lofty world of haute couture.

After Thierry Mugler, Alexandre Vauthier joined Jean Paul Gaultier as Head Designer of the still nascent couture collection. This rich 8 years of experience strengthened Vauthier’s desire to realize his own fashion house.

His skills honed at Gaultier and Mugler, Alexandre Vauthier added another facet to his aesthetics by professional collaborations in Japan and numerous trips to the U.S.

Inspired by the French culture as well as influenced by the Anglo-Saxon mores, Vauthier takes the best from both worlds wherein he reworks the traditional code of elegance and transposes them in his modern vision.

In January 2009, during Paris Couture Week, he presented his first own couture collection at La Maison des M├ętallos.

Irish singer-songwriter and music producer, Roisin Murphy, convinced of Vauthier ‘s talent, has supported him from the very first moment. Murphy walked the runway on his first show and wears Vautheir’s creations for public appearances.


Jean-Albert HERMAN
51 rue des petites ├ęcuries
75010 Paris
T/01 42 21 36 36

Tuesday, 22 February 2011



The makeup, the hair, the music contributed to a mood that was like silent-movie expressionism: stark and dark. It inspired a strong show whose single-minded message was rammed home by repetition. Demeulemeester claimed the notion of protection defined the collection. So there were buckled breastplates, quilted obis, and funnel collars rearing up over the face, all of them cocooning the body in defensive ways. At the same time, these structured items loaned a sculptural quality that felt new for Demeulemeester. If in the past she has offered flowing, poetic volumes, this collection found power in restraint: the military precision of a fitted jacket and short skirt, the volume of a parka cooped up under a fencing jacket. The designer hiked a skirt high on one thigh and let the rest of it fall to the floor on the other leg, a perfect paradigm for control and release. Quite how that notion translates to the shop floor is a matter for Demeulemeester and her store buyers, but the feel of this collection was definitely tighter and more contemporary, more sci-fi, less neo-medieval.


Monday, 21 February 2011


Her full name is Adriana Francesca Lima. She is an absolute beauty who has worked for the Ford Modeling Agency. At a time she had appeared on magazine covers such as Vogue and Marie Claire and she was also in a video "Yesterday is Gone" by Lenny Kravitz. An incredible dresser with such style that when it comes to her clothing she certainly knows what she's doing

Friday, 18 February 2011

Amy Smilovic Designer

Following a successful marketing career at American Express in New York, Tibi designer and founder Amy Smilovic moved to Hong Kong in 1997 where she began designing clothes that match her unique sense of style and eccentric approach to dressing.

Two years into the business, Amy was joined by her husband Frank Smilovic, now President of the company. Frank is responsible for developing and implementing Tibi’s global growth strategy and managing the day-to-day affairs. Before assuming this role, Frank was Senior Vice President of Gateway’s Japan, Asia and Australia operations. Amy and Frank run the business from the Tibi loft in Soho.

The Fashion Week tents at Bryant Park are home to Tibi’s fall and spring runway shows. Each collection is heavily influenced by Amy’s lifestyle and travels throughout Asia and Europe, including the beaches of Bali, forests of New Zealand and Mediterranean landscape of Capri. These combined comprise her uniquely inspired collections, found on

Tibi is now one of the largest contemporary lines found in over 200 specialty stores and upscale department stores around the world including Saks, Henri Bendel, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Net-a-Porter, Harvey Nichols, Harrods and Scoop. Scarlett Johansson, Liv Tyler, Drew Barrymore and Reese Witherspoon are all fans of Tibi’s sophisticated prints, fabulous sense of color and feminine designs.