Spring is here, and probably it’s time to review your closet and get something fresh and stylish. If digging in a closet does not bring any results, let the wind of change there! Look through some new lines created for a season, through short sleeve tops, jackets, hats, shoes, belts, and other accessories and clothing. Here you can find everything needed for your daily activities and even some special wear series – safety vests, insulated coveralls, bibs, work wear, and more. Have you ever been thinking of a sexy police or military costume? Some of retailers offer wide assortment of such wearing! You can find such costumes at YourWorkWear, The UniformFactory, CaridSpecialWear and KrowMax. These collections are most extraordinary amindst the others!
For tourism junkies and everybody traveling all around the world and visiting cold countries, there are hiking boots and shoes, winter outwear, and footwear accessories. The last category is recommended for careful consideration for those who challenge mountain tours. Convenience and utility are the most demanded features when it comes to clothing for mountain trips, because of windy changeable weather and hard conditions. So except for special boots, it is worth bringing there a fleece jacket with a thermal layer which can be used by skiers, and a thermal knit underwear. Spend a little time on consideration and selection and set out for a journey!
The Calvin Klein FW’10 collection featured only mono-color pieces in black, white, gray and few in blue colors. The best word to describe this Calvin Klein clothes collection is simplicity. Yes, there wasn’t a single piece to have more than one color, and the design of dresses, skirts, jackets and everything else was wonderfully clean.
To emphasize a plain, but elegant look, the models wore almost no makeover, what made them look like teenagers, and many of them were. So, Julia Steponaviciute is only 16 and attends school, though already has experience working for Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana.
And what we see again – are very high heels, which are definitely this year’s trend!
Along with some old standbys and new favorites, the looks from New York City’s Spring/Summer 2013 Fashion Week ran the gamut. Lusting after this season’s runway hairstyles?
Some may refer to this as the 50 Shades of Grey trend. We are not those people. Instead, we are seeing this S&M-influenced look as being inspired by famed fashion photographer Helmut Newton’s iconic black-and-white photography, which always played on eroticism. Lubov Azria even referenced the photog in the show notes, citing him as the key inspiration of their collection.
Shoes are a very important part of a look, and if they match well, they can add points to your appearance, but if they do not, you can forget about making a good impression. This season’s shoe collections from different designers are remarkably similar (though not alike), so you can easily spot a fashion trend.
The general shape in favor this spring is a platform and/or high heels in all variations. So, we can see some classic touch form Lanvin, elegant vintage from Valentino, and even unbelievable experimental shape from Alexander McQueen. In fact, shoes from Alexander McQueen spring collection look like luxury ballet-shes on the heels, and they have caused many talks in the fashion world this year.
Milan showed its fashionable guests a week of extremes: Summer September sun gave way to rain and fall chill. Lavish holiday-inspired looks at Dolce & Gabbana shared the fashion stage with clean, pared-down design at Jil Sander. Street Style, too, felt a little polarized. On the one hand were ground-sweeping dresses, ladylike needlepoint sweaters, and the continued dominance of the floral print. On the other were sporty tees, Cara Delevingne’s sleek motorcycle helmet, plus jackets and boyish beanies. But in the end, it all came together to bring personality to the scene outside the shows. Next up—Paris!
Here is a peek-in into the Vogue US for April. The main idea of this month’s edition is make days be long, and nights be short. How can that be? Just take a look at the pictures, Vodue offers you wear long clothes for the day, but stick with mini at night, over and over through the whole month. Feel like playing this game? Karlie Kloss, a model, already has, and the photographer David Sims spotted her to, for Vogue of course!
The new collection presented by Louis Vuitton on March, 10th impresses with its highly feminine look and French touch. Long skirts with folds, leather and wool, tight waists – all these are the main elements of the new Fall/inter collection created by Marc Jacobs, a designer for Louis Vuitton. Many were surprised to see old France, after the extremely aggressive tribal motives in his S/S’10 collection, but this is the nature of Marc Jacobs.
Yes, the new collection is a real masterpiece, but it is remarkable that a great deal of impression on it was made by a great variety of highly elegant bags, which many of the women present on the show fell in love with. Every purse and bag was not only a finishing element for every model in the collection, but a separate piece of art.
It is notable, that bags were the only place to see the Louis Vuitton logo throughout the whole collection. Fir and leather were dominating for most of the bags, featuring highly practical shapes combined supreme elegance.
The Valentino Spring/Summer’10 collection is the third collection created by designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli for Valentino Fashion House. Many critics agree, that the general look of this collection had nothing to do with the classic Valentino style, though elegance, each piece of collection was filled with, was quite enough to recognize the Valentino touch.
The main tune was played by pastel gray, silver and beige colors, featured with magenta and cyan notes from a fantasy world. Yes, there were many who recalled Avatar, when they saw Sharlotte Calipso – a 19 years old model from France, having her eyes and shoulders shadowed with light blue.
The main materials were silk and chiffon arranged in many folds and draperies, with hand-made flowers that could be seen throughout the whole collection.
The Prada collection for S/S’10 season, presented at Milan Fashion Week featured two main motives, that only an amateur or a real master could combine. The fashion designer Muiccia Prada has added beach and palm prints to the general clean urban style oh the new spring collection.
Most of the collection pieces were created in silver-gray and white color, and often it seemed like there were office clothes, hand-cut to go to the beach. Graphite satin jachets, shorts and skirts had some details that looked like a protest against dull official style.It is notable, that all the models that appeared on the podium had a baby-doll styled hare, though none of the collection pieces had anything to do with that.
Some of the Prada dresses in this collection were made of acrylic crystals, forming a sheer net, laid over white satin lining: these had a gorgeous look, and there is no doubt we will soon see some Hollywood stars wearing them.
The Lanvin FW’10 collection was one of “darkest” collections presented this year: black was the main color, and very few pieces of the collection were not black. Even more, all the models were wearing the same black wigs, though the hair stylist for Lanvin said that all the girls looked very different in it.
The general style was very urban and will greatly suit you if you are a business woman. Almost every piece of the Lanvin new collection was made of stretch silk and satin to make
clothes be comfortable to wear.