Friday, July 30, 2010


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         Every fashion creator gets his inspiration in the things around him such as life styles, pictures, natural environment, history, etc. So, lately I received some trends that are on the wave for Winter 2010 and i've decided to create some mixes and matches to get in touch with the colors or the must-haves of this season.

      It is a highlight facing to the minimalism trend, but always accompanied by a rich variety of textures, fabrics and qualities.

        Inspiration came in a bohemian-deluxe style, in which i mixed both the masculine and feminine looks.

          This set brings an English lord stile with horses reminiscences and a fox hunting atmosphere, typical to the English high society.

The Navy Blue Battle


          A mixture of modern and vintage garments for a blogger girl.


          This is a tribute to the gossip girls that love Starbucks and walk around Manhattan streets looking for the perfect look of D Square. 

Monday, July 19, 2010

Styles, styling, stylish....

Country girl

country girl

Kate Spade and her imaginative world of mix and match colours

poppy sail
Romantic Sailor girl
 This is a little bit of Alexander McQueen. It is futuristic, but also flamboyant.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Fashion magazines....

                      Some time ago, i found a bunch of magazines under a piece of furniture in my house and found myself trapped in curiosity to open the first one. It was a magazine for women, so at first, i didn't know what i was going to find inside. I was only 5 years old and the magazine was older than me ( that i found out later from my mother), and the great discovery i made was a multitude of small characters that i didn't understood, but passing through it, i saw, maybe, the most beautiful women i ever seen before. Every day i opened my treasure, until one day my mother caught me and explained about fashion magazines. And that was the first day i heard about fashion.
                       It is curious how on that time women read fashion magazines and actually made clothes by themselves following the cues given by the fashion editors, or by other women.
                      The mold of a fashion magazine evolved, but styles come back from time to time to give fashion addicts the chance to be creative and also to add some new ideas...
         Mon Ouvrage - 1950, winter edition           

Harper's Bazaar - 1956 Harper’s Bazaar cover featuring the fabulous Audrey Hepburn           

    From the Spring 1970 issue of Simplicity Fashion Magazine     

      Joyce Mode Beaute Ete '88 French Fashion Magazine 


   Vogue Magazine - 1990, 1994, 1998, 1999

   2000's fashion magazines