Fur-licious Gucci


Back to chronological order, today it is about Gucci. I know. That was a week ago, but since I have yet to see the shows I am waiting for in Paris Fashion Week, I can now catch up with all my Milan reviews. So Gucci, there is four things to note on inspiration and the … Continue reading

Starlets and Musicians of Dolce And Gabbana


Editor’s Note: There are a total of 85 shots of the runway in my slideshow. Take you time and enjoy it! xoxo. Dolce and Gabbana. A true show that blew me away as I watched the live show just a few days ago. I nearly missed it but made it in time. I am so … Continue reading

The True Men End!


Before my next posts, I figured this would be the best way to end a great season of menswear. A video done by Tommy Ton, photog blogger and style icon, who most of you who are fashion savvy would definitely know of him. those who don;t click on the link, and those who do, remember … Continue reading

Gaga Mugler Delight


Before I sleep, I just have to share this with all Lady Gaga and fabulous fashion fans. Behold, the Gaga Remix for Thierry Mugler’s show. It is the new single of Lady Gaga, “Born This Way” which she also previewed during the previous VMAs. Video Credits Creative Director: Nicola Formichetti Musical Director: Lady Gaga Film … Continue reading

The Mickey and Coke Season; Western Massacre


After the more sophisticated shows of Burberry, Gucci and Dolce and Gabbana, here comes two of the more eccentric shows from Milan’s Menswear Fall/Winter 2011 collection. The first up is D&G, the sub brand of Dolce and Gabbana featuring more youthful and casual wear. Well, you got that right. D&G went extremely youthful this season … Continue reading

Alexander McQueen: The Show


Just a short post to share with you, the almighty and fabulous show of Alexander McQueen Menswear Fall/Winter 2011/12. Enjoy. Credits to: toey17daria who uploaded the video on Youtube and Alexander McQueen, owner of the show. Till the next, Au Revoir! PS: Sorry for the reuse of the same image twice.

My Most Anticipated Show of the Season


So like what the title is written, this is my most anticipated show of the season. The second menswear show of Alexander McQueen by Sarah Burtonm the new head for McQueen after Alexander passed away last year. So the last show was more vamppire-esque inspired which I loved. The prints and the coats were amazing … Continue reading

The D&G Bryan Ferry Season


Like the Burberry show, Dolce and Gabbana had a great dramatic exit, which I think reoccurs all the time n their show. The group finale. Last season of womenswear were models in corsets paired with blazers and for this show it was male models in crisp Dolce and Gabbana suits paired with deconstructed jeans. AMAZING! … Continue reading

Sneak A Peek


Peek-a-boo! That is what I can say about this post. It seemed to be a trend that everyone had it coming with all the lace, cutouts and see-through chiffons on the runway for the last two seasons. So ladies buckle up on some light see-through dresses and tops, because it is here to stay, or … Continue reading

Geeky Bombshells, Greek Bondage?


After my dedicated post to Dolce and Gabbana, here is the rest of Milan’s Fashion Week with two highlights. For one we have the geeky bombshells from dSquared2 and a bit of dominatrix action in Versace. It was a shocking season in Milan, this year – almost earthquaking – because dSquared2 went from their usual … Continue reading

The UnconventionalĀ Couture


When one thinks of couture, it is all about the hand sewn intricate details of a dress, even if it is translated into pret-a-porter style. But for Dolce and Gabbana in Spring/Summer 2011, it all about unconventional materials. If you watch too many seasons of Project runway, you can’t help but think of party supplies … Continue reading

The Love for Desert and Olive of Popeye


There seem to be quite a few desert lovers in Spring/Summer 2011, from New York, we have Donna Karan and Milan now, we have Armani, a tad in Gucci and some in Cavalli. Though it is desert inspired in general, the designers reinterpreted what they saw in a desert, in their own unique way. Donna … Continue reading