The man behind Jak & Jil, Tommy Ton, is out and about on the streets of Milan capturing all that's chic during fashion week for Style.com. If you fashion savvy gals haven't checked out Jak & Jil yet, I highly suggest you drop everything you're doing right now and click on the link. I promise you won't be disappointed. Tommy Ton is a street style photographing god that is always delivering inspirational looks.
Roberto Cavalli continued his reign as one of the most shocking and flamboyant designers of all time at Milan Fashion week where he wowed viewers, including celebrities such as Heidi Klum and Rachel Bilson, and celebrated his line's 40 year anniversary. The new line uses variations of beautiful nude colors and textures to create a luxurious and fascinating collection. Models strutted the runway in outfits featuring flowing fabrics, laced up and provocative shapes, fringe, and unexpectedly delicate and muted animal prints. The clothing was reminiscent of the seventies hippie era allowing the progression of the modern flower-child.
Just recently Arizona State's Sororities had a taste of the fashion world, when the two owners of "Soroyalty" ( shown above) came to our campus. With the new brand called "Soroyalty" you can have your sororities letters and colors represented in totally cool and new ways. Two representatives from each sorority on campus got to model in a fashion show on September 22, 2010. In weeks leading up to the show large purple bags were distributed throughout the campus to get people talking and it worked. All of the sororities had sisters in the show and there was a very big turn out. The merchandise in this line is affordable and cute! So make sure to look out for this exploding line all around campus!
Classy-Jazzy is unique in the sense that it caters to women and their pooches. Their website states,"Classy Jazzy is a fun and unique accessories boutique for divas & dogs! Quality jewelry, ladies accessories and doggie couture are featured at affordable prices."
Last chance to check out Jennifer Aniston as Barbra Streisand on the cover of Harper's Bazaar! Like you have never seen Jen before: America's original funny girl. Check out Harpersbazaar.com or grab the issue on the newsstand to see more pictures!!
Kaya Scodelario, famous British teen actress from the hit show Skins, recently posed for Instyle UK wearing a gorgeous soft pink chiffon top. While Kaya's natural dark beauty made the top itself the centerpiece, I adore how the edginess of the jeweled glove accented the ruffles and overall look. This outfit most certainly caught my attention falling right into place with the ongoing rebel trends for Fall '10. Keep your eyes open for this look AND this amazing out- breaking actress.
I noticed many colors on the runway but Dolce & Gabbana was probably my favorite. I love this color-block style. Who would have ever thought these colors would look so fabulous together? Love, love, love.
Here we have Alberta Ferretti. I have always been a huge fan of neutral laces. It looks good on any skin tone during any season.
Etro also brought some of the color that Dolce & Gabbana had on the runway in Milan. I love the flowy, airy ensembles! So classic but original at the same time.
So its way after labor day, and of course it is inevitable to wear white in this heat, but the type of ensemble that i saw that was completely out of the question, is the one I dare to mention now.
You know what I love this season? The continuation of awkward shaped dresses. But instead of the accented neon colors like BCBG SpringRTW, there's a use of subtle colors. Think soft ocean. It's just in time for a hopefully cooler Fall. A couple that caught my eye? First a pale, grey cinched drape dress and second a Louise Amstrop dress, both from Asos.
Half of my heart is a shotgun wedding to a bride with a paper ring
And half of my heart is the part of a man who's never really loved anything
Depressing, I know. But what sparked a very tiny light bulb in my head was the concept of a paper ring. Now, I've made rings out of some strange things, i.e. bubble gum wrappers and the like, but a simple piece of paper never really crossed my mind. So I did some research and I am proud to present to you my new number one wish on my birthday list.
This unique collection of fold out paper rings was created by the talented designers Tithi Kutchamuch and Nutre Arayavanish. There are twelve rings, one for each birth flower of each month of the year. To make it even more personal, each ring is sent still in its original laser-cut and engraved piece of textured white paper for the gift-giver (or gift-receiver) to assemble themselves.
So if you were painfully contemplating what to get your Mom, best friend or girlfriend for their birthday, I humbly say "You're welcome." To learn more, make a purchase, or view other creative projects by Tithi, click ON ME.