Saturday, 17 January 2015
Titled ‘The Dutch House Of Extravaganza’, Candy magazine features various creations of Chinese – Dutch designer Carla Maria Fong Leng Tsang for the editorial of their latest issue. Channelling an androgynous vibe, the images are aesthetically shot by photographer Philippe Vogelenzang. Each piece featured in the editorial is a work of artistic extravagance and highlights Fong Leng’s signature techniques like quilting, smocking, pleating and incrustation created on silk, suede and even denim.
Whatever the reason, brothers Dean and Dan Caten love their jeans; hence it is no surprise to see a collection that was high on denim. Jeans of all kinds, including a dirty one were paired with leather and fur jackets, sleeveless numbers, parkas, and embroidered and plaid shirt. In sharp contrast to all the denims in the collection, the duo also presented few smart Italian tailored tuxes, adorned with traditional embroidery. Going by the very philosophy of the brand, the collection was a mix of irreverent Canadian wit and refined Italian tailoring and aesthetics.
Friday, 16 January 2015
The 20th Critics’ Choice Awards was held at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on January, 15, 2015. Keeping the spirit of the Award ceremony season alive, Critics’ Choice rolled out the blue carpet instead of the customary red carpet for Hollywood royalties to saunter down their sartorial best. Here are 6 of the best dressed look from the Critics’ Choice Awards 2015. Who is your favorite?
Thursday, 15 January 2015
Taking Stanley Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange” as inspiration, the KTZ Fall 2015 collection offered range of premium pieces including, blazers and military inspired jackets, fur parkas, winter coats, blousons and overalls in facial pixilated prints of Karl Marx, Lenin and Mao Zedong, bold skeletal prints, stripes and colourful Rubik’s cube patterns, accessorised with classic bowler hats.
Wednesday, 14 January 2015
Tuesday, 13 January 2015
With the Golden Globe Awards 2015, the red carpet season has begun. So, it was not only Hollywood beauties who celebrated style, but even our Bollywood beauties had their rendezvous with the red carpet at the Renault Star Guild Awards 2015.When it comes to raising the style bar, i don’t think there was anything extraordinary or interesting about the looks. However, if i have to choose the best then these are the three beauties who at least tried making a mark on the red carpet.
Now, this is one home coming that all of us were waiting for. Ending his almost four year exile, the disgraced and one of the most admired designers of our time, John Galliano presented his Artisanal Couture Collection for Maison Martin Margiela in London yesterday. The anticipation for this show was so high that it also had a hashtag of its own #MargielaMonday.
Monday, 12 January 2015
The first major red carpet event of the year, the 72nd Golden Globe Awards 2015 were held on Sunday, 11, Jan, 2015 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel . This year the leading ladies channelled old Hollywood glamour on the red carpet with their white and metallic gowns. In a sea of heavenly whites and metallic, the sudden dash of yellow, orange and red added the much needed colour on the red carpet.
Sunday, 11 January 2015
Pink and Punk, the Sibling Fall 2015 collection was a celebration of joy and rebellious energy of wonderful childhood days. The all pink school -boyish collection offered a variety of knitwear, including sweaters resembling cobwebs, vinyl coats embellished with the dramatic eruption of goat hair, oversized scarves, striped blazers, pink shorts and crumpled paper-bag tailored pieces.
At the tender age of 4, Agi drew a range of clothing collection titled “The Coolman Collection”. And he discovered these drawings while visiting his home in Yorkshire, resulting in sparking inspiration for Agi and Sam’s Fall 2015 collection. The collection challenged the inhibitions and the restrictions of an adult life. To rekindle the essence of childhood days, the designer duos got original by involving primary school students to sketch out the pieces for their collection. Their idea was to understand how children see clothes, and how they can change adult’s perceptions which are always blinded by too many complicated thought processes.