Beige, Beige, Beige!
Beige will bring out your complexion- no matter if you have fair or dark skin! It’s the new chic color to wear! (Orange is as well)
Put on a big, bold, beautiful necklace to make yourself look and feel great!
Fringe. Or ruffles. Both are great to wear on a shirt or even a dress. It adds texture and more interest in your outfit.
Modern-Prairie Look. Marc Jacobs has created a collection that combines the prairie look of yesterday with the sleek, modern look of today.
Here is the schedule for this week’s fashion week!!!
Monday, Feb. 16–> Alexander Wang
Tuesday, Feb. 17–> Carolina Herrera & Thakoon
Wednesday, Feb. 18–> Marc Jacobs & Rodarte
Thursday Feb. 19–> Michael Kors & Oscar de la Renta
Friday, Feb. 20–> Phillip Lim & Proenza Schouler
When going to runway shows, people often just look at the beautifully created dresses and outfits. Rarely do people grovel over the astonishing accessories: from the extraordinary shoes to the unusual hats.
Hats are created and worn for a more dramatic effect on the runway.
Of course, Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted wearing this extravagant hat to the Sex and the City primere.
These shoes designed by Marc Jacobs are called the “Inverted Heel” with the heel under the arch of your foot, instead of on the actual heel.
WOW. This is a definitely a big difference to what we are used to seeing. British Designer Antonio Beradi designed these sky-high heels without any heel! It’s 5 1/2 inches off the ground…talk about scary!
Marc Jacobs’s collection for Louis Vuitton was a dazzling shot of adrenaline to the season. Just when it seemed an uneasy fashion world had given up on thrilling and collectively decided to “softball it for spring”, Marc Jacobs sent out a Louis Vuitton collection that in any season would have been great. But in contrast to what came before—forays into luxury, safe plays on classics—it was pulse-quickening. In this Paris fashion week, Jacobs continued what he’d started with his collection in New York: crazy fabric mash-ups, layers of references, and snugly sashed waists. Yet now these varied elements cohered into a more urban and highly designed collection, infused with an abundance of ideas and offering infinite wardrobe possibilities. Short, snappy skirts, sequins, and studded suede mixed with perky shouldered jackets—all topped off by a large number of tribal-inspired accessories. With an eye to Paris in the forties, Jacobs seemed to be advocating an entirely different, carpe-diem approach to general malaise: Throw caution to the wind, have fun getting dressed, and by all means, pile it on!
Marc Jacobs has just come out with a beautiful new spring collection full of silhouettes that remind me a little bit of Gossip Girl. Wraps, plaids, metallics, tweeds, and leather were all mixed onto each model. “Familiar yet fresh,” Jacobs said about the line, although nowhere near simple. Printed and jeweled bags, and 40’s style hats, were mixed in as well, along with bulky jewelry. Not your everyday typical outfits, but Marc Jacobs is not your typical designer.