We’re crushing on illustrator Angelica Hicks’s “fashion puns”, twisting famous designers or celebrities’ names in humorous drawings. Rumor has it the University College graduate is releasing her first book soon… In the meantime, discover all her drawings on her Instagram page. Which one is your favourite?
Gucci / Naomi Campbell / Karl Lagerfeld / Giovanna Battaglia / Kanye West / Mario Testino / Cara Delevingne / Raf Simons / Helmut Lang / Yohji Yamamoto
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Boo! Inspired by Balinese traditions, Shourouk‘s “Zoulala” little monsters are a colorful take on the classic bag charm – as if we didn’t expect any less from the vibrant jewelry designer! Available in four colors, for four times more fun! (more…)
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What a show! Celebrities and designers flocked to the latest edition of the British Fashion Awards in London last night. Congratulations to all the winners – especially to our favourite Jonathan Anderson, who scoops up not one, but TWO awards!
Menswear & Womenswear Designer – Jonathan Anderson
International Designer – Alessandro Michele for Gucci
Establishment Designer – Erdem
New Establishment Designer – Mary Katrantzou
Accessories Designer - Charlotte Olympia
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Infinite love for life, for colors, for fashion, for fun – and for Charlotte Olympia, of course!
Suede pumps with multicolored heel, Charlotte Olympia. Photo by Olivia da Costa for Please! Magazine 18.
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“I was born on July 14th. I evidently stirred up a little revolution.” More like a worldwide ripple of excitement: Vicomtesse Jacqueline de Ribes is one of Paris’s most famous and celebrated figures, fêted this year by an exhibition at the Costume Institute of the MET Museum. Spotted by Vogue editor Diana Vreeland while on a trip to New York, de Ribes, nicknamed “the ivory unicorn” by Monsieur Saint Laurent, quickly became one of the most established socialites of the time, charming the public with the enchanting costumes she made for all the masquerade balls she attended. Seen as “a cross between a Russian princess and a girl of the Folies Bergères” by her father in law, her impeccable style was an inspiration to many fashion designers, like Emilio Pucci, who employed her as his right hand for two years, until she launched her successful fashion line, worn by Joan Collins on Dynasty as well as Nancy Reagan. The ultimate muse, and a Parisienne to boot!
Jacqueline de Ribes - The Art of Style, from November 19, 2015 to February 21, 2016 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, New York. All pictures, Pinterest.
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