These adorable Chinese school uniform designs are influenced by traditional Chinese clothes hanfu and qipao; see the original post with more photos >>here<< ^_^’
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Chanel is the first dress designer to put her name on a perfume, using the fragrance to reinforce the brand.
Scents are more masculine and androgynous, flowers mixed with vanilla and musk to give a stark minimalist and edgy feel. 489 more words
In reviewing all of John Galliano’s collections for Dior, you have to place this one right at the beginning. Largely considered to be his definitive collection, Spring/Summer 2007 was based off the plot of the opera Madam Butterfly — and the clothes were as dramatic as any aria. 490 more words
The museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology is doing a swoon worthy exhibition of Lauren Bacall’s personal collection of pieces. She donated over 700 pieces to them over the years, and this is a selection that is guaranteed to induce salivation. 170 more words
Hey everybody! Lots and lots of stuff is happening. Gah! so buzzed to tell y’all but all I know is that change is in the wind: The Graded Unit is rolling well, project assessments, college collaborations and general homework. 798 more words
The Cut’s episodes three and four of “100 Years of Beauty” depict mainstream hair and makeup in Iran and North and South Korea.