Quote of the day: The dark side of modeling

Yesterday, Opening Ceremony stunned New York Fashion Week goers with a show they won’t soon forget. A one act play, from Johan Hill and Spike Jonze, was presented to showcase the new collection for spring summer 2015. However, the audience got a lot more than just a look at the new collection. They also received a look at the darker…
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Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill are writing a play for New York …

So we’ve heard of labels doing some off-the-wall things for fashion week, but this latest announcement takes the cake. In lieu of a fashion show, Opening Ceremony have hired Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill to write a play to showcase their collection in New York next month. We’ll just put this out there now and say no one has any…
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Tommy Hilfiger’s Autumn Winter 2014 is a modern day Love Story wardrobe

Tommy Hilfiger is providing the look book for the next Sundance festival with his autumn winter 2014 collection. Don’t you think? The words “grungy alpine preppy chic” kept coming into play as look after look made its way down the snow lined boardwalk with an Alpine village set up as a backdrop for the collection. It was all about the…
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The Mara Hoffman maxi and a cute camel sweater

Mara Hoffman is a woman after our vacationing heart. She’s a favourite from Los Angeles to Ibiza, known for her beautiful and brightly coloured garments that truly do steal the show at any event. If we had a dime for every time we complimented a woman on her Mara Hoffman dress, we’d be very rich indeed. Well, the fun continues…
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NYFW AW14: BCBG Max Azria

New York Fashion Week has officially kicked off and we’re already starting to see some major trends repeat themselves – such as culottes, and fur features found in snoods and collars. Both of theses trends made an appearance on the BCBG Max Azria catwalk for autumn winter 2014, mixed in with delightfully elegant and polished pieces for the season. However,…
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