The VMA where you find your favourite celebrities in gorgeous, amazing, or surprising outfits. Its also a place where you get various amazing, funny and interesting shows from your favourite celebrities. Enjoy our Opiid gallery from the VMA 2014 and share with us who your best and worst dressed are, we would love to see your comments.
The September 2014 issue of Harper’s Bazaar US is another one dedicated to ‘Icons’. Starting from the controversial singer Lady Gaga who also covers the magazine , inside the magazine you can enjoy a 30 pages fashion story featuring Penélope Cruz, Linda Evangelista, Lara Stone, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Mariacarla Boscono, Joan Smalls, Stephanie Seymour, Isabeli Fontana, Laetitia Casta, Carolyn Murphy, Monica Bellucci, Gigi Hadid, Brooke Shields, Eva Herzigova, Iman, Stacy Martin and Lauren Hutton.
It is a project waited by the magazine’s global fashion editor, Carine Roitfeld for more than 30-years : “This is a portfolio I’ve been dreaming of wanting to do even over my 30 years in the business,” said Roitfeld, adding “You need a magazine that has big shoulders for such a project.” It took two months to complete this project, from March to May.
She was joined by photographer Sebastian Faena and creative director, Stephen…
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The global fashion trends for autumn winter 2015/2016 forecast is very interesting, colourful, and trendy. Its fashion, architecture, and design, is transformed into a world of modernity, visual simplicity,and raw edge. It calls for disrupted shapes, summoning the beauty of colliding fabrics, folding, unfolding, tightening, and unfurling volumes. A broad, wide-angle view, embracing initial sketches and concrete realities, with fabrics that anticipate clothing, and promise powerful and bold volume. Opiid introduces the futuristic autumn winter 15/16 trends by Chantelle Fadino , which are : Sahara desert, Galactic galaxy, Metal meteor, Holographic sky and Pixalated pixels. The Sahara Dessert: Sahara dessert incorporates elements of nature along with old and new. It is inspired by landscape of various desert structures, and desert scenes from sci-fci movies. Its inspiration includes earthly aesthetics, mixed with a modern edge. The sahara dessert colours for autumn winter 2015/2016 are molten lava, shell coral, nectarine, blazing orange…
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Organised by i2i Events Group, Pure London will showcase short-order AW14 and forward-order SS15 collections across womenswear, young fashion, footwear and accessories. A diverse offering will consist of a mixture of new, niche and established names, with an international selection of brands from Europe, Asia, the US, and as far afield as Australia in attendance.
The show will be divided into six carefully-edited sections: Agenda, Allure, Aspire, Spirit, Footwear and Accessories.
Showcasing high-end, cutting-edge designs across womenswear, Agenda will house an exciting line-up of international brands, many of which are making their debut at Pure London this season.
Danish brand Whiite will be exhibiting for the first time this season, while fellow Danish exhibitor ILSE Jacobsen will be returning to Pure London following a successful February show. The brand embraces the relaxed luxury often associated with Scandinavian lifestyle; inspired by nature and modern Danish design, their latest collection combines a soft, neutral colour palette with contemporary styles.
Allure is set to have an equally exciting international offering, compiled of both new and returning exhibitors. French brand Corizzi inject Parisian style and elegance into their collection of evening and occasion wear, while Israeli brand Alembika’s SS15 collection welcomes an explosion of colour and print across their pieces, designed to be matched and mismatched as desired.
Born in Luxemburg and encompassing Italian couture, exclusive womenswear brand Manalena will launch at Pure London this season. Their SS15 collection radiates the vibes of holiday season with striking colours, while graphic prints and handmade embroideries make for an eclectic mix of street style and romantic elegance.
Aspire is dedicated to on-trend work-wear and contemporary wardrobe staples, housing around 100 carefully-edited brands within Olympia’s Grand Hall.
Three key concepts are present within Dutch brand YAYA’s SS15 collection; Awake, L’eau, and Bloom, all of which embrace natural elements and minimalism through simple silhouettes and soft spring colours. Aimed at the cosmopolitan woman and covering everything from easy, everyday-wear to luxury eveningwear, Romanian brand Brise will also show their extensive collection of versatile pieces at Pure London this season.
Housing over 130 young fashion brands, Spirit will take over the National Hall with an array of trend-led collections, from street-style to vintage, directional denim and casualwear.
Blending feminine styles with playful designs, ZIZTAR will introduce four new themes for SS15: The Blossoming World, Endless ‘Z’ Stories, Roaming in Hong Kong, and Salute to the Smurfs. From floral-inspired motifs to city-chic glamour and lively prints, the collection reflects the fun ethos behind the Chinese brand.
ENTRIES ARE NOW OPENED FOR UPCOMING DESIGNERS TO REGISTER FOR GLOBAL FASHION AWARDS
Staged by WGSN, the world’s leading trend and style forecaster, the WGSN Global Fashion Awards celebrate and reward what’s NEW and what’s NEXT in fashion from breakthrough design talent to innovation in design, buying, retail and etail.
Judged by an elite panel of international experts and attracting entries from more than 50 countries, these are the only fashion awards to recognise achievement on a global scale.
Now in their fifth year, the awards are celebrated in style at our annual star-studded gala ceremony in London in the autumn.
Saatchi Gallery, London: 13 November 2014
Source : WSGN