I always LOVE to see what Markus Kelle is wearing –as it’s different everyday. Here Markus seems to be channeling Joan Collins circa Dynasty (a TV soap my grandmother was addicted to and that exemplified the fashion of the ’80s) with the peplum blazer, over sized earrings and blush slashed across the cheek.
Seriously, don’t they look like they could be Besties?
And if you want your OWN version of a Joan Collins jacket, a random Google will reveal that you can buy a McCall’s pattern for it on Etsy. Is this too perfect, or what?
Recently we were invited to The Westway to attend a party for the collaboration between Moschino–a favorite fashion house– and DISARONNO–the bestselling Italian liquer in the world.The DISARONNO and Moschino project will support the charity Fashion 4 Development (sponsored by the United Nations) through a donation of its profits to help the development of this unique initiative in Africa. The overall mission of Fashion 4 Development is to harness the power of the fashion and beauty industries in order to implement creative strategies for sustained economic growth and development in countries worldwide.
The exclusive “MOSCHINO loves DISARONNO” limited edition will be available this November for $24.99 at stores nationwide or through www.1-877-spirits.com.
Today was the first really cold day of this unusually mild fall. This photo was taken earlier in the season but I think she really works these shorts with suspenders –a fashion look that I would mostly consider a “don’t” but will make an exception for in this case! And with a fuzzy cashmere sweater and knee high boots would totally work into winter!
Saw this on style.com and wanted to share. Love the real club influence in the fashion. I don’t think designers today are really reaching this level of creativity…what do you think?
The atmosphere at the Diesel Tribute party at the Soho location was exciting to say the least. Last night Diesel’s artistic director Nicola Formichetti unveiled his capsule collection for NYC after a successful presentation in Tokyo, Japan.
The crowed who was as fun as the clothes itself admired the iconic denim look that is the blood life of Diesel. The vintage patches that adorned several of the pieces were pulled out of the Diesel archives showing Nicolas desire to do what he does best and bring the old a new life.
Models wore Formichetti’s vision of Diesel and paraded with the rest of the NYC crowed who danced the night away to the sounds of Mess Kid.
In the end a feel of overall satisfaction and thirst for more soaked the crowed who left the Diesel soho store last night an accomplishment Formichetti and the Diesel team should be very excited for. Next stop Covent Garden Store, 43 Earlham St. in London!
Written and Photographed by Adrian Ramos