Opening with a performance from Brooklyn-born star Nas, and staged in the landmark New York Public Library, the show is a personal love letter to the neighborhoods of New York. In a city where everyone is a stranger, where everyone is from somewhere else, neighborhoods are what make New York home. From the Bronx and Chelsea to Queens and the Upper East Side, neighborhoods help shape characters and create an identity.
It begins with a memory: images from the maison archives of shows from the late eighties and early nineties. “Their modernity and airiness continue to fascinate me,” says Gaia Trussardi, Creative Director of the brand. Everything is mixed together and worn in layers. Flowing suits. Fringed vests. Blazers as light as shirts. Safari jackets and duster coats constructed like tops. Fluid caftans. Extra-light suede. The final impact is ultra-chic lightness.
Awash with nostalgia and timeless glamour, Axel’s AW/15 collection is a modern classic with stylish palette of soft pales and natural hues, deepened with rich chilli reds, sweet pumpkin hues, dreamy pastels and fresh moss greens. Inspired by a combination of elegant, boho and androgynous styles, Axel creates a backward glance in femininity.
Chloé Pre-Fall 2015 pretty wearable and youthful collection is inspired by 60s and 70s rock stars like David Bowie and Kate Bush and offers high waisted sailor pants, patchwork fur coats, striped knit sweaters, short floral print dresses, wool capes, ribbon tied blouses, over the knee boots and handbags in leather, suede and snakeskin.
For another year in a row Carrera y Carrera has been the big star of the red carpet at the prestigious Goya Awards in Madrid.
Unusual but original clothing collection was shown on another day of London Fashion Week.
he British fashion house KTZ show the trends for Spring/Summer 2015. The designers used the East Asian motifs
Roberto Cavalli models strutted down the catwalk in a jungle-themed collection of snakeskin and tight trousers on the final day of Milan Fashion Week
The Italian style stalwart welcomed guests including Heidi Klum, Leona Lewis and Taylor Swift to the front row of the show, which was held in a glass tent.
Snake is the base motif in the new jewellery's collection of Barbara Bui, alias Átame ("Bind me").
One of the most interesting jewellery in it is a silver bracelet, engraved with snake's head with illuminated emerald eyes. It is a seduction that no one can give under.
The snake is also a symbol of wisdom, rebirth and renovation, which makes her perfect companion in the first days of the new year.
The 27-year-old singer had the snake-themed jewellery designed especially for the 'Sweet Dreams' promo by Bijules designer Jules Kim.
Jules told Life and Style magazine: "I designed a set of four nail rings for her that cost about $36,000.
"I was commissioned to make something unique and special for her. She got a whole set of them. They're all encrusted in diamonds, and each snake has two rubies for eyes."