Thursday, July 3, 2014
actuallygrimes:

sfilate:

Karlie Kloss in She’s Come Undone photographed by Steven Klein for US Vogue, August 2009

o gosh i love steven klein

actuallygrimes:

sfilate:

Karlie Kloss in She’s Come Undone photographed by Steven Klein for US Vogue, August 2009

o gosh i love steven klein

Thursday, October 25, 2012

The big difference between this show and Ackermann’s previous work is the lack of colour. Up until now he’s worked mostly in jewel tones, using deep, iridescent purples and greens to create a signature look inspired by Victorian men’s pajamas. This time round everything is strictly monochrome, but since Ackermann is a genius when it comes to fabric choice, the clothes have retained that subtle glow. — Hello, Tailor: Haider Ackermann, Spring 2013.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

While I usually dislike strapless body-suits, this gold outfit modelled by Karlie Kloss was so stunning I had to include it. The cape photographs so beautifully while in motion that it makes me sad this piece will almost certainly be bought up by a collector, never to be worn again by anything other than a mannequin. — from Jean Paul Gaultier Couture: Dandies, Decadence, and George Sand.

Monday, June 18, 2012
Thanks, W magazine, for this intriguing interpretation of what Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss look like. But just in the interests of balance, how about we look at some other photos as well? 



Hmm.

Thanks, W magazine, for this intriguing interpretation of what Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss look like. But just in the interests of balance, how about we look at some other photos as well? 

Hmm.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012 Thursday, January 26, 2012
In times of economic difficulty, imagination and creativity have to fall  by the wayside in favour of saleability and broad appeal. The Dior show  was a textbook  example of this: sumptuous quality combined with a  back-to-basics approach to the classic New Look silhouette — a  collection that could have been released at any time in the last 60  years, and sold well in any of them. — from Christian Dior Spring 2012 Haute Couture, at Hello, Tailor.

In times of economic difficulty, imagination and creativity have to fall by the wayside in favour of saleability and broad appeal. The Dior show was a textbook  example of this: sumptuous quality combined with a back-to-basics approach to the classic New Look silhouette — a collection that could have been released at any time in the last 60 years, and sold well in any of them. — from Christian Dior Spring 2012 Haute Couture, at Hello, Tailor.