Recently I gave my girlfriend this necklace as a present. I became obsessed with this big pearl necklaces when I saw it in the CHANEL Spring 2014 collection. Now I'm thinking of getting one myself, which I might out of luck to do as it is no longer available online!
May 12, 2014
May 11, 2014
Last Friday, May 8 / 2014, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City opened a new fashion exhibition -
This inaugural exhibition of the newly renovated Costume Institute examines the career of the legendary twentieth-century Anglo-American couturier Charles James (1906–1978). The exhibition explores James's design process, focusing on his use of sculptural, scientific, and mathematical approaches to construct revolutionary ball gowns and innovative tailoring that continue to influence designers today.
March 01, 2014
Get ready for the Pancake Week, or what the Russians call - Maslenitsa. You'll be surprised how many countries have spring greeting holidays and traditions. Those Swedish semla and Lithuanian spurgos look pretty good to me, but nothing beats the good old Russian crepes with sour cream and red caviar. Click here to read more.
February 19, 2014
New film sequence Tbilisi, I Love You to beloved Cities of Love films: Paris, Je t'aime and New York, I Love You premiers in Georgia February 20, 2014. Click on the link to read my review and to see why I, along with the respected film publications like Variety, think that this film is as good - if not better - as the first film and, definitely, much better than the other sequences: Tbilisi, I Love You: Georgia does its own take on Cities of Love film sequence
October 27, 2013
October 14, 2013
|Marlene Dietrich's tuxedo in "Morocco" has caused quite a stir in Hollywood and across the art community, as one of the first women in film and in real life to prefer trousers to the conventional women style of skirts and dresses. Dietrich's tuxedo later inspired Yves Saint Lauren to design his Le Smoking collection.|
The current exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York "A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Catwalk" explores the LGBTQ community contribution to fashion from the 18th-century England to the present-day America. It is the first museum exhibition to explore in depth the significant contributions to fashion made by LGBTQ individuals over the past 300 years.
Long before the macho street style of Castro district in San Francisco came about, there were Molly and Garçonne gay fashion styles that were the first fashion trends among the members of the 18th and 19th Century of LGBTQ community.
Click here to read more about this fascinating exhibition.
September 22, 2013
It becomes more fashionable. It becomes more aware of what's hot and what's not. It becomes more busy. It becomes celebrity-packed. It becomes competitive, when it comes to getting into the hottest restaurants of the city: everyone wants to be there...
But, when it comes to me, I love the moments of the fashion weeks that really stand out: like the strangest invitations the designers sent to the press and celebrities, the strangest looks on the runaway, the awkward moments in the crowd of attendees, the interior design of the shows that no one has done before, and...the outfits on and off the runaway. That's my favorite. I devour in it.
So, here are a few things that I found...not ordinary during the New York fashion week 2013: