Giorgio Schimmenti started his fashion adventure as a blogger 5 years ago in the sunny Sicily. Today he is based in Milan and is the fashion editor of Ulisse (Alitalia’s magazine). How did you start becoming fascinated with fashion? 6-7 years ago I noticed that to me, the most interesting part of the newspapers and […]Read more "Interview with Giorgio Schimmenti"
Pulling together girly, playful, and classic vibes, Carlos Gil drew out the meaning of spring with his latest designs. The soothing tones of blues, oranges, salmons, and teals atop crisp whites kept the mood vibrant and exciting. Accentuated with deep V’s, classic a-lines and boxy shoulders easily matched the stripes and bustier patterns. The touch […]Read more "Milan FW SS16: Carlos Gil"
We’ve got a keen eye when it comes to uncovering the hottest looks and trends. At Milan Fashion Week we spotted some serious fashion tastemakers like Shea Marie, Anna Wintour, and Irene Kim, all displaying enviable ensembles. Beyond these flawless ladies there were fantastical displays of pattern and color mixing, unique hairstyles and hair colors, […]Read more "Milan FW SS16: Editor’s Picks"
With almost 30 years of designing experience, Miguel Vieira embodies the perfect balance of subtly sexy. It’s all about draping yourself in luxury—Swishing your hips as you let everyone take in the beauty of your clothes. Your charisma may be overshadowed by the elegant way they line your frame. An intriguing mixture of squares and […]Read more "Milan FW SS16: Miguel Vieira"
Everyone knows an outfit is not complete without the details to pull it together. At London Fashion Week, fashion enthusiasts show us how it’s done. First, shades. There were shades as far as the eye could see, the perfect touch to each look: Cat eye, round, mirror, clear, and more. Next, traces of gold and […]Read more "LFW SS16: Editor’s Picks"
Nostalgic of a Victorian past, ruffles dominated the newest collection by Francesco Scognamiglio. White and black contrast kept the focus on the hemlines, peppered with cutout and sheer details. While featuring a gorgeous mirrored pattern, necklines bobbed steadily up and down through splashes of teal and royal purple. Mini “barely-there” dresses showed some leg, while […]Read more "Milan FW SS16: Francesco Scognamiglio"
Korea hit the streets of London for the first time on August 9, celebrating all things Korean, from Hanbok fashion to kimchi, K-pop, and gaming. The event, organized and supported by the Korean Cultural Centre UK, Korea Tourism Organization, Korea Creative Content Agency, and the Mayor of London, overflowed with fun-filled activities; this included special performances […]Read more "London Korean Festival 2015"
When was the first time you realized fashion would be a part of your life? When I was a child… I remember that I was wearing of my mom’s clothes, shoes, and accessories. It was my favorite game. Now it’s the same for me. My favorite game is making different combinations. What is the fashion […]Read more "Featured Blogger: Asena Saribatur"
Legends strode alongside the fashion conscious during the fabulous Berlin Fashion Week. Small details like elbow patches, pink socks, and buns were bows to the gifts of style, giving outfits the perfect touch. While various shades of blues and greens were a breath of cool air to fight against the hot summer heat, others embodied […]Read more "MBFW Berlin S/S 16: Street Style"
In the blistery heat of summer, men gathered for Men’s Fashion Week in Milan in anticipation of the newest trends. Nothing short of fashionable, their outfits illustrated the process of defining a sense of self. The use of print highlighted eccentricity to the point of clashing, often haphazardly paired with the typical floral. Belted and […]Read more "Men Fashion Week: Milan SS’16"
Cindy Karmoko is Indonesian and studies fashion in Milan. She has collaborated with L’Officiel and is the author of the blog, Hippie Gone Mad. When was the first time you realized fashion would be a part of your life? I think that I’ve always known that fashion and I were going to have a great […]Read more "Featured Blogger: Hippie Gone Mad"
Inspired by “Alice in Mirrorland” Syndrome, Designer Ji Youn Lee tinkered with the audience’s perceptions of reality with this season’s designs. Outlined in white and meticulously highlighting each detail, well-tailored black denim served as the collection’s building block. Vivid pink eye makeup paired with blood red lips contrasted sharply with the dominant dark hues, the […]Read more "SFW F/W 15: Jarret"
Adding sporty items to classic pieces, Ordinary People lets the boys out to play in sharp designs. Stripes on stripes, an old favorite rekindles its old flame with charisma. Well-crafted crocodile skin jackets spice up the collection with a vivid shine and an edgier feel, contrasting with neutral, well-tailored slacks. Under perfectly coiffed hair and […]Read more "SFW F/W 15 : Ordinary People"
With a Parisian sense of effortless chic, designer Eunju Hong in collaboration with Vlades conceptualized a puzzle. This puzzle brought together individual pieces of fashion: masculinity and femininity; classic and modern; edgy and safe; abstract and practical. Windswept hair and boyish looks did nothing to hide the models’ feminine charms, instead enhancing body lines and […]Read more "SFW F/W 15: Enzuvan x Vlades"
As snow gently fell throughout the day, it created an almost magical veil of happiness and energy over our street style subjects. Spring colors like green, blue, and yellow brightened up this winter day, while tartan and leather kept fashionistas warm. We had to check what year it is when we saw animal ears and […]Read more "NYFW AW 15: Street Style – Day 6"