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Sylvia Dell’Orto is a world-renowned makeup artist based in Milan and New York. She is a true artistic mastermind and one of my personal inspirations. She has created many looks for beauty giant Sephora, and many of her videos are available on Sephora.com. Her avant garde style and structuralist pieces create both a timeless elegance and modernity incarnate with every model she works her magic on. Continue reading for less famous artists who definitely deserve some exposure. [ Continue Reading ]
Gucci’s Fall 2009 Collection, which debuted in Milan last month, combines the sex appeal of guns, disco and the 80′s. The diva that Frida Giannini designed these pieces for is tough and independent, with a side of glamorous. On Monday, she’ll let a pink flowy blouse peak out of a serious and slim-cut suit in any one shade of shiny gunmetal greys. That same night she may belt a black sparkling disco-ball top over black tights. Saturday night is one for the stars, so she’ll dazzle in a long sleeve silver sequinned show stopper. Sunday, she feels both kinky and delicate, in a large polka dot splashed mini dress and fetishistic thigh-high leather boots. Next week, who knows? She might cheeze out on you in an 80′s style shoulder-padded suede jacket. Serious and always ready to party. Such is the Gucci Fall 2009 woman.
Dolce & Gabbana celebrates its debut makeup collection by a launch of an exhibition “Extreme Beauty in Vogue” in Milan, Italy. Photographed for American Vogue by world famous photographers for the past 75 years, the exhibition shows us the role of beauty in our culture. I hope it comes to [ Continue Reading ]
If Giuliano Fujiwara’s 2009 collection is any indication of where fashion is going this year, it appears as though color has given way to shape and texture. This week creative director Masataka Matsumura revealed the latest styles in Milan. The collection is dominated by grays, blacks and nudes and includes interesting fabric choices such as camel, velvet, bold leathers and highly textured flecked wool. Great attention is being paid to sharp cuts and square shapes, especially for the shirts and jackets. The accessory line, however, offsets the neutrality of the collection with its use of bright colors and plastic texture.