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Beauty Inspiration: good save the queen

 Mask by Vittorio Ceccoli For Spring Summer 2013, we are looking at different directions to channel our inner queens from around the world. Italian stylist Manuela Mezzetti along with Make-up artist Barbara Montanari have created different looks drawing on some of the directional beauty trends of the season from aqua hued blues, statement colors, bold primaries, pewter […]

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Beauty Inspiration: Doppio Sogno by Anna Breda

Italian photographer Anna Breda teamed up with stylist Manuela Mezzetti for the new editorial Double Dream. Make-up artist Barbara Montanari takes us into fall beauty with a feast for the eyes with two directional looks. Dusted chestnut eyes are having their moment as the autumnal shade warms the face. Dark romantic nails and lips create […]

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Beauty Editorial: Candy Crush by Regina Davertzhofen

Our latest beauty editorials checks in to 90s clubbing all grown up and now playing house with rose and  pistachio colored locks that lead back to perky, playful, and punky attitude to suit what could best described as Victorian Punk aesthetic. If you are scared to bleach and then color, opt for frosted rinse instead, or […]

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Mountain Maidens at Christine Phung

Photographer Donald Gjoka goes backstage at Christine Phung’s highly anticipated show at Paris Fashion Week following up on her ANDAM prize last year in category “First Collections”. You can see Phung’s strong appreciation of prints and materials, not just by looking at the runway, but by exploring her inspiring moodboards backstage. Her little details like […]

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ASVOFF 7 Opening Ceremony in Paris

ASVOFF Founder Diane Pernet with the evening’s Master of Ceremonies Caroline De Maigret This year for the seventh edition of A Shaded View on Fashion Film Festival we were in for some real treats at the opening ceremony, and the talents on showcase continued throughout the weekend. Works from illustrious names such as Alejandro Jodorowsky, […]

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Anticode: 42+ french fashion fix

Dress and gilet by Honore It is difficult to find the perfect outfit when going through the 42+ size racks, which shouldn’t be the case when over 40% of women are sized 44 (US size 14) and above. Anticode from Paris, offers an e-shopping experience around the world, bringing together different brands that cater to young trendy […]

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Album Review: Hyperdub 10.2 by Pete Buckenham

There’s word that this album captures Hyperdub’s contribution to pop music, it certainly rises above a high proportion of one dimensional comp’s and the disparate and formulaic product of many contemporary Long Players. Even if only partially realised then the fringe of popular culture is a fertile pasture. If I starred albums Hyperdub 10.2 would […]

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To Past by Nikolas tsakris

While spring may be on the horizon, winter is still with us. Fashion photographer Nikolas Tsakris brings us a romantic editorial “A Passé” capturing the current mood.  Blouse: Predrag Djuknic Jacket: GetUp Dress: Marko Marosiuk Fur: Metelizza Earrings: Jane Doe vintage shop Skirt: Marko Marosiuk Blouse: Predrag Djuknic Jacket: GetUp Dress: Predrag Djuknic Bag and Scarf: […]

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A Day at Copenhagen Fashion Week

Pantone Color of the Year Emerald Green was seen througout the day, starting at Veronica B. Vallenes Copenhagen Fashion Week may be on of the smaller fashion events on the calendar, but they sure squeeze a lot in to keep you busy with 45 shows and three major tradefairs. Here is a little rundown on […]

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5 questions with marc andersen

We just discovered visionary scarf designer Marc Andersen earlier this year, who’s unisex designs mix dreams with colors and shapes. Being big fans of scarves, sometimes it is difficult to find prints that represents our mood and generation to a certain extent, which makes Marc Andersen’s collections a real treat. Additionally, while the scarves are […]

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