Photo courtesy of Amanda Friedman There’s apparently someone new and tall that’s joining the modest couture business. Chanel, queen of French haute couture since World War II, recently decorated its Beverly Hills boutique windows with headscarves that are said to be directed to the city’s Muslim clientele. The hijab, this headscarf that believers put around… Continue reading Is Chanel Really Targeting Muslim Shoppers This Time?
Instagram has become the first source of inspiration for many millennials and older. My cousin just installed the app today and created her account – she was looking for influencers or smaller accounts to follow and I thought “why not recommend a few of my favorite Instagrammers to my readers?” Create or upgrade your base… Continue reading Instabase – 5 Instagram Accounts You Must Follow
Yesterday was made a long awaited announcement: Raf Simons will be taking the lead at Calvin Klein (ready-to-wear, underwear and jeans). The Belgian designer who was conducting the renewal of Christian Dior until last October is one of the rare designer to move from couture to ready-to-wear. Here are five reasons why we should celebrate.… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why It Feels Right That Raf Simons Moves To Calvin Klein
In the fashion industry we know and love Poland for all the top models it provides yearly. But we rarely think of it as a luxury ready-to-wear supplier. Things are fortunately about to change and Magda Butrym is an ambassador. The delicate and luxurious universe built and described by Polish designer Magdalena Butrym through… Continue reading Luxe From The East – Magda Butrym
It’s couture time and fashion’s most legendary houses took on Paris. And for the second year, I’m transporting there through my mobile devices. But it doesn’t stop me from feeling the energy of the runway. The poetry of organza falling along lace. Or the heat of velvet merging with leather. Aww, such a sweet dream… Continue reading Elie Saab Is The Secret To Mother-Daughter Couture Wear