Jan 12, 2012

Stella McCartney moments

Stella McCartney. Does she need any description? Not, for sure! We all know she's simply gorgeous.

The fact that she doesn't use in her designs any leather or fur, promoting a ''no-animal'' policy among fashion makes her worthy of great admiration and respect. She showed everyone that it is possible to be fashionable without the death of animals for the sake of the clothes we buy. Fur and leather clothing items are in great demand now, being in top among fashionistas. And this is a sad thing which should sensitize us.

I particularly like her creations because of the original look they posses. Stella knows perfectly how to handle the materials, how to play with dots and colors and has a special attitude towards prints. As a proof of her great sense of style may serve some of the best looks, in my opinion, I selected below.

How do you think?


Sara Sampaio in a Garden Party for Vogue India

Cato van Ee | Alique | Jackie Dutch January 2012 

Specially for Violette Raquette! :*

Mulberry S/S 2012

Mulberry has hit the beach for Spring Summer 2012, piling into retro caravans for a Seventies summer of fun! Inspired by the great British seaside – piers, arcades, donkey rides and sticks of rock – the new season is a riot of colour, classic British summers and camping cool!

Jan 6, 2012

Chic Shoes by Louis Vuitton

Dolls are historically affiliated with the glamorous world of fashion and at Louis Vuitton today the shoe style director continues to gather inspiration from them.

"Step back in time to 1944, following World War II when due to a shortage of resources, the Haute Couture fashion houses of Paris created the ThĂȘatre de la Mode. Imagine a spectacle of fashion in miniature, designed specifically for dolls but with all the exquisite detail and perfection of the regular collections."
"Similarly, the shoe department at Louis Vuitton is inextricably connected to the sphere of dolls. Exactly the same workshop in Fiesso d'Artico, Italy, where the Louis Vuitton shoe collections are created is entrusted with the task of fabricating the parallel miniature versions for Fabrizio Viti’s private doll collection. The attention to detail is striking and in this short stop motion animation, his dolls and shoes come to life in another inspiring spectacle."

Fashion dolls have been a central inspiration for Fabrizio Viti, Louis Vuitton's shoe style director. They stimulate his imagination just as art, photography and old movies. He has been collecting dolls since he was three years old and as a result, today he has a collection with around 500 pieces.
Dive into his colourful universe with this stop motion film produced by New Now, Louis Vuitton's online magazine.

source: http://www.louisvuitton.eu