Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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Saturday, November 19, 2011

heel less

idk, but why some people can walk with these shoes? are world going crazy? their foots are die! but these shoes is great.
be beauty, classy, elegant and fashionable is easy but, sometimes is HARD AND HURT

posh wearing a heel-less
noritaka tatehana

gaga for vanityfair magz on sept 2010

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HERMES BAG!!!

idk, but i think hermes bags are so classy and elegant, they are all great

COCO CHANEL







coco chanel is one of my favourite designer, and my favourite quote of her is "Elegance does not consist in putting on a new dress" so, this is her biograph

Fashion designer Coco Chanel, born August 19, 1883, in Saumur, France, is famous for her timeless designs, trademark suits, and little black dresses. Chanel was raised in an orphanages and taught to sew. She had a brief career as a singer before opening her first clothes shop in 1910. In the 1920s, she launched her first perfume and introduced the Chanel suit and the little black dress.Fashion designer. Born on August 19, 1883, in Saumur, France. With her trademark suits and little black dresses, Coco Chanel created timeless designs that are still popular today. She herself became a much revered style icon known for her simple yet sophisticated outfits paired with great accessories, such as several strands of pearls. As Chanel once said,“luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.”
Her early years, however, were anything but glamorous. After her mother’s death, Chanel was put in an orphanage by her father who worked as a peddler. She was raised by nuns who taught her how to sew—a skill that would lead to her life’s work. Her nickname came from another occupation entirely. During her brief career as a singer, Chanel performed in clubs in Vichy and Moulins where she was called “Coco.” Some say that the name comes from one of the songs she used to sing, and Chanel herself said that it was a “shortened version of cocotte, the French word for ‘kept woman,” according to an article in The Atlantic.

Fashion Pioneer

Around the age of 20, Chanel became involved with Etienne Balsan who offered to help her start a millinery business in Paris. She soon left him for one of his even wealthier friends, Arthur “Boy” Capel. Both men were instrumental in Chanel’s first fashion venture.
Opening her first shop on Paris’s Rue Cambon in 1910, Chanel started out selling hats. She later added stores in Deauville and Biarritz and began making clothes. Her first taste of clothing success came from a dress she fashioned out of an old jersey on a chilly day. In response to the many people who asked about where she got the dress, she offered to make one for them. “My fortune is built on that old jersey that I’d put on because it was cold in Deauville,” she once told author Paul Morand.
In the 1920s, Chanel took her thriving business to new heights. She launched her first perfume, Chanel No. 5, which was the first to feature a designer’s name. Perfume “is the unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory of fashion. . . . that heralds your arrival and prolongs your departure,” Chanel once explained.
In 1925, she introduced the now legendary Chanel suit with collarless jacket and well-fitted skirt. Her designs were revolutionary for the time—borrowing elements of men’s wear and emphasizing comfort over the constraints of then-popular fashions. She helped women say good-bye to the days of corsets and other confining garments.
Another 1920s revolutionary design was Chanel’s little black dress. She took a color once associated with mourning and showed just how chic it could be for eveningwear. In addition to fashion, Chanel was a popular figure in the Paris literary and artistic worlds. She designed costumes for the Ballets Russes and for Jean Cocteau’s play Orphée, and counted Cocteau and artist Pablo Picasso among her friends. For a time, Chanel had a relationship with composer Igor Stravinsky.

Lovelief and Scandal

Another important romance for Chanel began in the 1920s. She met the wealthy duke of Westminster aboard his yacht around 1923, and the two started a decades-long relationship. In response to his marriage proposal, she reportedly said “There have been several Duchesses of Westminster—but there is only one Chanel!”
The international economic depression of the 1930s had a negative impact on her company, but it was the outbreak of World War II that led Chanel to close her business. She fired her workers and shut down her shops. During the German occupation of France, Chanel got involved with a German military officer, Hans Gunther von Dincklage. She got special permission to stay in her apartment at the Hotel Ritz. After the war ended, Chanel was interrogated by her relationship with von Dincklage, but she was not charged as a collaborator. Some have wondered whether friend Winston Churchill worked behind the scenes on Chanel’s behalf.
While not officially charged, Chanel suffered in the court of public opinion. Some still viewed her relationship with a Nazi officer as a betrayal of her country. Chanel left Paris, spending some years in Switzerland in a sort of exile. She also lived at her country house in Roquebrune for a time.
At the age of 70, Chanel made a triumphant return to the fashion world. She first received scathing reviews from critics, but her feminine and easy-fitting designs soon won over shoppers around the world. 

Legacy

In 1969, Chanel’s fascinating life story became the basis for the Broadway musical Coco starring Katharine Hepburn as the legendary designer. Alan Jay Lerner wrote the book and lyrics for the show’s song while Andre Prévin composed the music. Cecil Beaton handled the set and costume design for the production. The show received seven Tony Award nominations, and Beaton won for Best Costume Design and René Auberjonois for Best Featured Actor.
Coco Chanel died on January 10, 1971, at her apartment in the Hotel Ritz. She never married, having once said “I never wanted to weigh more heavily on a man than a bird.” Hundreds crowded together at the Church of the Madeleine to bid farewell to the fashion icon. In tribute, many of the mourners wore Chanel suits.
A little more than a decade after her death, designer Karl Lagerfeldtook the reins at her company to continue the Chanel legacy. Today her namesake company continues to thrive and is believed to generate hundreds of millions in sales each year.
In addition to the longevity of her designs, Chanel’s life story continues to captivate people’s attention. There have been several biographies of the fashion revolutionary, including Chanel and Her World (2005) written by her friend Edmonde Charles-Roux.
In the recent television biopic, Coco Chanel (2008), Shirley MacLaine starred as the famous designer around the time of her 1954 career resurrection. The actress told WWD that she had long been interested in playing Chanel. “What’s wonderful about her is she’s not a straightforward, easy woman to understand."

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

sean o'pry

Sean o'pry is a male supermodel from Kennesaw, was born on 5 july 1989. In 2006, 17-year-old O'Pry was scouted from his prom photos on MySpace by Nolé Marin; fashion-icon, model-maker, TV personality and past judge from America's Next Top Model.[2]Bert Hamilton, a photographer from Sean's home state of Georgia, took the picture featured on this article before his career took off.

Since then, O'Pry has been featured in numerous advertising campaigns and editorials for
Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Gianfranco Ferré, H&M, Marc Jacobs, Emporio Armani, Lacoste, Dsquared2, American Eagle, Bottega Veneta, DKNY, Fendi, GQ, Dazed & Confused, V, Details, Barneys, Uniqlo, Bloomingdale's, Belstaff, D2, Arena, Diesel, Gap, JOOP!and Numéro Homme. He is currently the face of Bottega Veneta and Zara.




His runway credentials include opening
Versace, Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy and Salvatore Ferragamo, and closing Moschino, Trussardi and Zegna. Other designers he has walked for include Roberto Cavalli, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, and Hermes.


He is currently the most successful male model in the world on models.com list of the Top 50 international male models, as of September 2011.[3] In June 2009, he was named the world's most successful male model of 2009 by Forbes publications.[4] Previously, he was named the world's eighth most successful male model of 2008 by the same magazine.[5]



He was the face of Calvin Klein for several seasons and is best known for being GQ's Man of the Season in 2007








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Sunday, October 2, 2011

the best heels

i dont understand why, but i absolutly love heels, i like watching the girls wearing hi heels, i thing thats so cool than a flat. when your shoes is higher, your confident is higher too

okay, so these are fucking cool hi heels


1. the first is ARMADILLO by alexander mcqueen


this shoes is fucking amazing, and look so faboulus

2. SKY HIGH by Raphael Young



this shoes is tallest shoes in this whole world, just ngakak(read:laughing) when watching naomi campbell fall when she used this shoes, i know your question, "how you stand with this shoes?"

3. by dior

looks so glamour, but this can kill your style if you wear this with complicated drees or top, i suggest to you to wear with simple dress or top


continue

Friday, July 29, 2011

tex saverio, a designer from my country


i cant believe it, tex saverio take my heart away, i like him, he is a creative one. ok i have some picture for you,this is tex saverio
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OMG, LADY GAGA LIKE TEX

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