Crafted from white cotton, Roland Mouret’sbiker jacket is finished with a modern mesh texture. The statement neck and zipped cuffs keep it cutting edge. Make it evening appropriate with a pencil skirt and stilettos.
A sporty silhouette informs this eye-catch sequin pullover by McQ Alexander McQueen, featuring a round neck, long sleeves, allover sequin embellishment. Wear this incredible over-sized piece with a slouchy silk pants and ankle booties.
The famous Oscar Awards were held in Los Angeles last night. Who doesn’t want to see the gorgeous gowns, top styled celebrities and famous actors? We created “The 10 Best Looks” for you and are curious to know what you think. What’s your favorite?
Press is important, that’s why we’d like to tell you what our favorite fashion magazines are for you to read.
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Elle, international women’s magazine that covers everything from fashion, beauty, health and entertainment. The French magazine was founded in 1945 and means “she” in English. With its 39 international editions in over 60 countries, Elle is the largest fashion magazine in the world. Its current editor-in-chief is Robbie Myers.
Vogue Magazine, fashion and lifestyle magazine, founded in 1892. The world’s most influential magazine is most famous for its monthly updates on high fashion, high society and images but it also publishes writings on politics, culture, art and ideas. Vogue Magazine is published in 18 countries and Latin America by Condé Nast. Anna Wintour is the editor-in-chief for the American Vogue.
Women’s Wear Daily (WWD), fashion-industry newspaper, somtimes even referred to as the ‘Bible of Fashion’. The daily fashion journal published by Fairchild Publications Inc. provides its readers with information on foreign trade, up and coming styles, designers as well as general industry news. Women’s Wear Daily was founded in 1910. It’s current Editor-in-chief is Edward Nardoza.
4_Harper’s Bazaar Magazine
Harper’s Bazaar, monthly magazine of fashion, lifestyle, culture and arts, founded in 1850 by New York City publisher Harper & Brothers. The magazine is a fashion resource for sophisticated and elegant women who buy from casual to couture.
Cosmopolitan, internationally published magazine for women. It was launched in 1886 in the U.S. as a family magazine and became the women’s magazine it is today in the late 1960s. Also known as ‘Cosmo’, the magazine breaks stories on relationships, sex, health and careers as well as fashion and beauty. Published by Hearst Magazines, Cosmopolitan has 58 international editions, is printed in 34 languages and distributed in more than 100 countries around the globe.
Zang Toi wowed his audience at Lincoln Center last night as he presented his jaw-dropping Fall/Winter 2015 Collection “Mystique Beauty of Venice”. To the sound of alluring opera music the designer opened the show with an elegant collection of black pantsuits accessorized with black and mahogany rabbit fur, silk and wool tweeds and taupe lamb suede twin sets. The majority of the pieces were heavy on black and taupe creating a dramatic yet sophisticated look with a hint of romantic mystique. The second half of the runway show earned the designer rousing applause from the audience as he sent out his models wearing glamorous black couture silk satin gowns, bronze lamé fortuny pleated gowns and black lamé fortuny pleated Venetian gowns that brought sunny Venice to snowy and cold New York City. The stunning show concluded with the Grand Finale look for which the renowned designer received a standing ovation: a male model in a black cotton velvet dinner suit and a Venetian feather mask walked the runway hand in hand with a model wearing a taupe silk gazar grand opera cape with hand-beaded black sequins outlining the Venetian skyline. Toi’s latest creations capture the beauty of Venice while paying homage to the sophisticated, glamorous and timeless beauty of the female form. Bravissimo!
Malaysian-born Zang Toi founded his fashion label and the “House of Toi” collection in 1989 and is considered a renowned designer in the world of Haute Fashion. He studied at the famed Parsons School of Design after moving to NYC at the age of 20. He is known for his chic and sophisticated designs that are both timeless and elegant. Toi’s contribution to the fashion industry has been recognized in various publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and The New York Times. His luxurious creations that are all hand made in NYC are popular with Hollywood celebrities and royalty alike.
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Zang Toi Fall / Winter Fashion Show
BOLD: Glamorous full-length gowns // Great combination of fur, silk and suede // Elegant pantsuits OLD: Too heavy on dark colors // Some gowns are too extravagant
For her Fall/Winter 2015 collection Pamella Roland took her inspiration from a recent trip to Paris and Alicia Drake’s fashion novel “The Beautiful Fall”. The designer captured and visualized the seductive glamour of 1970’s Paris with a stunning show of elegant dresses and separates at Lincoln Center on Monday afternoon.
Adding to the Parisian and seductive vibe of her latest creations, the models walked the runway in sexy Manolo Blahnik knee-highs, flowing dresses with thigh-high slits, voluminous and long messy hair accompanied by songs such as “Naughty Girl” by Beyoné. The extensive collection included an elegant mix of deep shades of burgundy, plum, olive and midnight navy and rich fabrics such as jacquard cloque tweed, silk chiffon and silk organza with beading and velvet sequins. The standout pieces of the collection were definitely the beautiful and feminine evening dresses that are Pamella Roland’s signature designs: olive silk satin chiffon gown with velvet sequins, gold metal sequin and fringe beaded dress, burgundy silk satin chiffon dress with fringe beading and spiral gunmetal beaded gown. My personal favorite was the black wool strapless jumpsuit with maco beaded bodice that completed the seductive and elegant twist of this collection. The show closed with a model strutting the runway wearing a gorgeous ivory lurex fils-coupe bridal gown with an ivory feather jacket and there was nothing left to say but “Paris – Je t’aime!”
Pamella Roland, whose designs are all made in New York, launched her collection in 2002 and has since enjoyed great success with her brand Pamella Roland, which is sold at prestigious department stores and retailers in the US and abroad. With a degree in business management and her passion for fashion and commerce Pamella Roland oversees both the creative and business side of her label. She has become one of the leading American designers for evening wear and her creations are popular with A-list celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Eva Longoria, Halle Berry and Taylor Swift. Pamella’s highly anticipated and first ever bridal gown collection is set to debut in fall 2015.
Pamella Roland Fall / Winter 2015 Fashion Show
BOLD: Beautiful and feminine evening gowns and dresses // Gorgeous color palettes // Sexy strapless jumpsuit OLD: Overabundance of beading // Very expected collection