For Spring/Summer 2017, Christian Louboutin’s Men’s collection sees two worlds collide in a fusion of shoemaking past and present. Celebrating this convergence of traditional, centuries-old Italian leather manufacturing and innovative, boundary-pushing design, Christian Louboutin demonstrates the beauty to be found when skill meets unabandoned creativity.
Tanya Ivanova is a Bulgarian painter. She paints made-to-order scarves of satin silk.
Christopher Bailey (the Chief Creative Officer of Burberry) presented his womenswear collection for Fall-Winter 2014/2015 yesterday (17 February, 2014) at the London Fashion Week.
Bailey's inspiration for his work was the Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex, England - the place was home to artists like Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.
Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, who is part of the luxury French brand Givenchy since 2005, was a big fan of basketball as a child. And in Givenchy's collection for Fall-Winter 2014/2015, which was presented on January 17, 2014 during the Paris Fashion Week, that could be clearly seen - the catwalk was transformed into a basketball court and the models walked with hair slicked to their heads, which were wrapped tightly in nets.
London fashion week began today with a fashion show of the British duo Antony and Alison, which presented a colorful collection of dresses from painted silk in celebration of the label's 25 year anniversary.
The dresses, which were initially in dark colors - black, ecru, were enriched throughout the show with blue, violet and turned to watercolors with pink and green, then in expressionism paintings in yellow and orange shades.
Quality fabrics of silk, lycra and taffeta from Roberto Cavalli, Ungaro and Versace, dominate in the new collection of Art Studio KAV with designer Krassy Stefanova and artist Annie Stefanova.
The prom trends for 2010 were presented by top models of "Euromodels" in a night club, VIP Communications reports.
Host of the show was PR and fashion manager Patricia Kirilova.