Style Pick: Versace Atelier Gown

The purpose of styling is to complete a look, with accessories, make-up, hair style and so on. Yet, this Versace gown itself too complete need less extra piece to style, it just too perfect. < Photo courtesy from Versace Atelier >

Style Gossip: How to be the richest beggar in the world?

I’m not ready to wear Comme des Garçons Fall Winter 2011 ready-to-wear! I am a big fans of Rei Kawakubo, admiring her creativity and ideas giving big impact in her collection every season, but definitely not this. Collaging different textures, ruching vintage silk scarfs into a new dress, but I don’t see any beauty in it!

The main story behind this collection drawn the mythological circus staple, thus creatures represent half-men half-women will be seen. According to Rei, gold colors is the key, so Hôtel de la Monnaie was certainly an appropriate venue for her show. And also, on the hair styling.

Hybrid fashion
The richest beggar in the world~

Style Pick: Christopher Kane Resort 2012

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NEON COLOR vs SIXTIES PRINTS vs SEVENTIES JUMPSUIT LOOK

Christopher Kane always surprise me with his crazy new idea. He created a very-eyes-catching collection for Resort 2012, very color popping, sun ray pleating. Yet indivudually must-have-items wannabe for next year summer wardrobe.

“This one crosses the spectrum,” said Kane with a mischievous nod, surrounded by ombré-hued prints, little embroidered dresses, showstopping lamé, colorful cashmere, and vibrant tailoring. “Forgive the pun.” Collaborator Tammy Kane, who frequently finishes her brother’s sentences, elucidated: “There’s something here for the fashion girl, for the office girl, and the older woman. We’ve really had a chance to think about doing all of that now.”

Style Gossip: Amy Winehouse is dead

I was so shocked to know that Amy Winehouse was found death in her flat in London at 23rd July 2011. She had make amazing contributuions not only to music, but also fashion. Amy’s signature style inspired many designers, editors and stylists. We’ll miss your bouffant beehive and winged eyeliner forever.


Rip Amy~