Tag Archives: Collection 2011

B&L | Summer Accessories

3 May

Bimba & Lola Summer Accessories. Jungle and fruit salad inspired, I guess…

YES IT DOES!

2 May

On a previous post I asked you if sex sells.  This is the freaking proof that it does!

Mr. Tom Ford is back  after 6 years and guess what was the main theme of his advertising?


IS PROHIBITED TO DROOL!

For my beloved readers that prefer classy ads and doesn’t like this sassy, wet and wild ads –  I’m sorry! I promise more conservative posts soon :p

For now enjoy this adverting pearls!

Who doesn’t feel like buying some sexy swimming trunks? Or some black bar to use in nudity situations? LOOL

Neon for Girls. Baby colors for Boys

7 Apr

We already know that this season colors are mandatory! Everything is allowed: Mix everything, abuse all the colors and styles.

Neon pumps and colorful boat shoes are the brand new trends.

Ruthie Davis SS 2011 Collection

Timberland 10 Corso Como


“Take it. Hold it. Love it”

Agent Provocateur | Adult Content º

25 Mar

Agent Provocateur’s campaigns for its  A/W 2010 and S/S 2011 collection are almost too sexy for this blog.

The name of this well known lingerie brand says it all and its campaigns really push up the limits.

Besides the photos, they made several videos with the models where they striptease in front of  a camera. The videos are edited to look amateur, despite looking really cool.

The outfits are beautiful and the photos are sassy and daring.

And now… THE VIDEOS!

2010
2011

 

I want comments about this!!! Before you go to Agent Provocateur’s website to see the other videos

 

Karen Walker | Sunglasses

16 Mar

Karen Walker Spring/Summer collection 2011

This is the Karen Walker’s sunglasses collection. It’s colorful and daring. It mixes modern patterns with old one’s, like the round shaped glasses, that are associated to John Lennon.

 

The sunglasses are cool, but my question is: Why can I see the reflection of the photography set on it? It is supposed to be cool?

By the way, i love the last ones, the orange!

 

The Nicholas Kirkwood | His collection “Shoes you”

15 Mar

 

A Lot of Colors of Benetton!

11 Mar

Benetton Spring/Summer campaign lives up to it’s essence: Colors.

The pics are just so full of colors and energy that they bring life to billboards on the streets. It makes us beg for summer to come really fast. I had to share it!

So what do you think? Is it feeling like summer already?

 

 

Milan Fashion Week | Gucci A/W 11

8 Mar

Colorful Gucci


Paris Fashion Week | Haider Ackermann A/W 11

8 Mar




Mystique and Jewelry

6 Mar

Bjorg Jewellery took a risk on the design of its new 2011 collection, creating a unique mix between a mystical concept and an organic design.

All the pieces are linked with myths and stories of the past. They’re full of hidden messages and secret words, leading the holders to a concept of a new imaginary world where poetry, magic and symbolic objects hold hands… And that’s the power of conceptual jewelry!

As the designers say: “The 2011 collection from Bjørg is in it self a journey. It’s a playful quest of a paradise lost to be recollected… The overall expression is raw, bold and playful, yet elegant and mesmerising. Most of the items works as unisex pieces, and holds a universal power and aesthetic, rather than confinement to gender or sex. By mixing traditional craftsmanship and mythology with more modern and urban concepts the collection speaks both of stories in the past and of the time to come. Secret words and messages can be found as cut out letters, embossed types and engraved poetry. What appears to be a classic pearl at first glance turns out to be a petit human skull at closer inspection. Crystals caged in triangle shapes and meteorite-like stone structures in gold constitutes a magic symbolism captured in secret codes and a forgotten language.”

The lookbook is just GREAT!

Accessories taken to the Next Level

4 Mar

Danielle Scutt Autumn /Winter 2011 accessories collection for Topshop

“I want to create a powerful image that empowers the wearer, asserts sexuality though remains elegant and wearable.”  Danielle Scutt

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