Category: Lanvin

FashionThe Best of the Fall 2012 Ad Campaigns!

DSquared2
Louis Vuitton
Lanvin
Mulberry
Salvatore Ferragamo
Blumarine

(images courtesy of Vogue Paris, Dsquared2, Fashionologie)

FashionTrend Alert: Neon Brights!

 

Go Bright or Go Home!
I don’t think I’ve worn a single piece of neon anything since the ’80s, and yet a neon pink skirt has already crept into my closet in the anticipation of warmer weather and brighter days to come. It’s not that I feel like I’m being forced into the ebb and flow of this year’s trends, though, something in me is just ready to revisit those fluorescent flourishes of my youth.
If we take a peek at the spring 2011 runways, we’ll see the reemergence of neon throughout the whole of Christopher Kane, and neon yellow popped up in a single item for Lanvin. The rest is history, or should I say, history in the making.
Lanvin had a single piece of neon in their spring 2011 fashion show.
A single neon color-pop is a great way to test the waters.

FashionLooks We ♥: Luxe

Luxe. What, exactly, do I mean? I’m talking opulence, regality, excess, luxury. Gold, brocade, velvet, pearls, intricate embroidery, jewels; textures fit for a queen. It’s all about Baroque. Dolce & Gabbana got me started on this kick, then Balmain vied for my affection, and Valentino! Gorgeous! Now, I’m in love, I’m in love, and I don’t care who knows it!
I mean, how gorgeous was Jessica Chastain at the Oscars in Alexander McQueen? The gold embroidery was to-die-for!
The thing is, I’m smitten, and here’s why:
Dolce & Gabbana
Fall 2012
 
… and Spring 2012
 Balmain
Fall 2012
Alexander McQueen
Spring/Pre-Fall 2012
 
Chanel
Pre-Fall 2012
 
Valentino
Fall 2012


…and Spring 2012

Lanvin
Fall 2012
 
Marchesa
Fall 2012



Roberto Cavalli
Spring 2012


Prabal Gurung
Fall 2012

Monique Lhullier
Fall 2012

(Images courtesy of Style.com)