Saturday, 23 June 2012

Marchesa Resort 2013

The body conscious collection by Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig has some kind of magnetic appeal. The unique pieces with an underline of elegance are definitely going to be a big hit on the red carpet. 

Thursday, 21 June 2012

Valentino Spring/Summer 2013 Men’s collection

Camouflage at its best. Yes, that is how i would describe Valentino Spring/Summer 2013 Men’s collection.

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Diane Von Furstenberg Resort 2013 (Zoom)

Zoom – No, not the T.V channel, but the name of the collection. Yes, Diane and her creative director Yvan Mispelaere titled their resort collection Zoom because according to them “ the closer you get, the more you see.”

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Fendi Resort 2013

The Resort 2013 collection for Fendi by Karl Lagerfeld was Reminiscent of 70’s fashion. The ultra feminine collection with its pastel shades, colour blocking, graph paper prints and dresses with double thigh slits, pockets and fringes had a classic chic feel to it.

Monday, 18 June 2012

Jonathan Saunders Spring/Summer 2013

Jonathan Saunders drew his inspiration from Hungarian French op artist, Victor Vasarely’s art work, who was also known as ‘king of the dots’. The precision with which Saunders combined colours with geometric (honeycomb) pattern was outstanding and is definitely going to add all the drama that a stylish boy can add to his Spring 2013 wardrobe.

Sunday, 17 June 2012

Tory Burch Resort 2013

Tory Burch’s inspiration for her Resort 2013 collection was the picturesque Amalfi Coast in Italy, where she vacationed last year with her three sons."This is the landscape that from the top of the Path of the Gods opens at our is the scenery of that Amalfi Coast extreme cove, looking west and towards the Isle of Capri that rapid and sultry coast with the crystalline mountains, where are abandoned today's Gods and where to discover a lost, Mediterranean, past, new oneself ..." – Yes these are the words used by writer D.H Lawrence  to describe the beauty of Amalfi. This is the place where Lawrence wrote his most famous and controversial Novel – Lady Chatterly’s Lover.