Sunday, June 28, 2009


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Helter Long dress

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Pink - L- 1 pcs
IDR 210.000;

Helter Mini Dress

Pink - L - 1 pcs
IDR 185.000;

Green Dress

Green - M - Stretch - 1 pcs
IDR 200.000


Sunday, April 19, 2009

Fashion Quotes

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Fashion is so close in revealing a person's inner feelings and everybody seems to hate to lay claim to vanity so people tend to push it away. It's really too close to the quick of the soul.

Stella Blum quotes


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

IDR. 125.000


IDR 125.000,-

Dress Kids for Girl

Purple - 1 pcs
IDR 185.000

Dress Kids for Girl

Pink- 1 pcs IDR 150.000

Dress Kids for Girls

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Pink- 1 pcs
IDR 150.000

Fashion Quotes this month

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions.

Coco Chanel quotes (French Fashion designer who ruled over Parisian haute couture for almost six decades, 1883-1971)

Spring Fashion A to Z

U is for Underneat It All

What lies beneath? Delicate eyelet, dainty frills, and playful patches.
V is for Virtual Style
Bored with celeb best-dressed lists? Street-chic sites connect you with the most fashionable people from every walk of life.

Some sites to check out:
W is for Water World
Marc Jacobs has his day at the beach with a debut line of swimsuits, featuring flirty prints and cool charms.

Marc by Marc Jacobs nylon and spandex swim top and bottom, about $80 each.
X is for X-ray
QUESTION: How can I pull off spring's transparent looks without showing too much skin? —Lizzie, 16

ANSWER: Just because designers played peekaboo on the runways doesn't mean you should. Take the season's see-through looks from fantasy to reality with artful layering and a few glam accessories. Done right, they can be a sheer delight. Model Constance shows how.
Y is for Young Gun
A protégé of Calvin Klein's Francisco Costa, Julian Louie is charming industry insiders with his edgy-chic minidresses.

The designer in his Manhattan studio with model Dierdre in a minidress from his Spring collection.
z is for Zaha Hadid
Forget celebrity-design collaborations.Forward thinkers want to join forces with this boundary-pushing star of the architecture world.

Melissa + Zaha Hadid melflex plastic shoes, about $350 per pair. Opening Ceremony, L.A. AND NYC.

Spring Fashion A to Z

P is for Playlist

  • We're breaking down the hottest hits from fashion week—one track at a time.

  • * Elvis Presley's "Crawfish" at Prada
    * Toni Basil's "Mickey" at Chloé
    * Grace Jones's "La Vie en Rose" (Tom Moulton mix) at Dolce & Gabbana
    * Madness's "Our House" at Chanel
    * Ladyhawke's "Dusk Til Dawn" at House of Holland
    * The Ting Tings' "Shut Up and Let Me Go" at Rag & Bone
    * Beck's "Chemtrails" at Lacoste
    * Santogold's "You'll Find a Way" at Alexander Wang
    * M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes" at Marc by Marc Jacobs
    * Serge Gainsbourg (samples of music and voice) at Dries Van Noten
    * Cabaret Voltaire's "Blue Heat" at Proenza Schouler
    * Edith Piaf's "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" at Louis Vuitton
  • q is for Quiz
    Consider yourself a fashion insider? Test your know-how with our style-savvy challenge.

    1. At which spring presentation were models asked to eat large amounts of cake?
    A. Wren
    B. Lorick
    C. Tory Burch

    2. Which top model is working on getting her pilot's license?
    A. Daria Werbowy
    B. Jessica Stam
    C. Iekeliene Stange

    3. Which of the following designers has yet to turn 25?
    A. Alexander Wang
    B. Jason Wu
    C. Esteban Cortazar

    q is for Quiz
    Are you a fashion insider?


    1. At which spring presentation were models asked to eat large amounts of cake?
    A. Wren
    B. Lorick
    C. Tory Burch

    2. Which top model is working on getting her pilot's license?
    A. Daria Werbowy
    B. Jessica Stam
    C. Iekeliene Stange

    3. Which of the following designers has yet to turn 25?
    A. Alexander Wang
    B. Jason Wu
    C. Esteban Cortazar
    R is for Rock 'N' Roll
    Take a cue from Balmain and march to the beat of sharp-shouldered Sgt. Pepper jackets, tie-dyed jeans, and superstudded sandals.

    The inspiration at Balmain.
    S is for Stage Sets
    From artists Jake and Dinos Chapman's childlike mural at Stella McCartney to Rodarte's futuristic rubble, these so-called backdrops took center stage at the shows.

    Stella McCartney
    T is for Tees
    CFDA-winner Alexander Wang goes back to basics with a new line of perfectly slinky second-skin T-shirts.

    Alexander Wang takes a bow at his Spring show.

    Spring Fashion A to Z

    K is for Kid Stuff

    Designers had fun with fashion this season, taking inspiration from cartoon characters.

    The Flintstones played muse on the runway for spring.
    L is for Liberty Belle
    England's trademark garden-party florals found fertile ground on the spring runways—from Cacharel to Marc by Marc Jacobs.

    Cacharel Liberty collection dress, about $300, and belt, about $45.
    M is for McQueen
    The renegade Brit designer puts his punk-rock spin on a collection for Target.

    A look from the Alexander McQueen spring runway.
    N is for 90210
    The decade defined by Vanilla Ice and the original Beverly Hills is making a fashion comeback. Break out the baggy jeans, neon biker shorts, and oversize blazers.

    The new 90210
    O is for Onesies
    Comfortable and chic, the jumpsuit won over this season.

    Coco Rocha gets into the groove backstage at DKNY.

    Spring Fashion A to Z

    F is for Fresh Face

    In under a year, Arlenis Sosa has scored a major cosmetics contract and been taken under Oscar de la Renta's wing.

    Backstage at Bottega Veneta.
    G is for Guess
    With a reputation for provocative ad campaigns and trendsetting denim, Guess has stayed ahead of the curve for three decades strong.

    A model sports a Guess bikini top.
    H is for Hold- Everything Totes
    Why pare down what you carry? These eco-friendly bags let you haul it all—at no cost to Mother Nature.

    From top: Olivier Lalanne for L.E.N.Y. tote to support the climate project, about $320. Kidrobot cotton tote, about $148, Nordstrom.
    I is for It Brits
    Get to know the next generation of English fashion darlings who are giving Kate Moss a run for her money.

    From left: Model Daisy Lowe, Alice Dellal, Pixie Geldof, Socialite Poppy Delevigne, and Mick Jagger's daughter Georgia.
    J is for Japan
    Let's go, Tokyo! With kitschy collaborations and cool underground labels, the Far East fashion hot spot cements its status on the style map.

    Edifice striped hoodie sold at Opening Ceremony in New York City.

    Spring Fashion A to Z

    A is for America

    Designers got into the spirit of the election, celebrating fashion's glory days and the changing of the guard.

    Rodarte for Sonia Rykiel
    B is for boyfriend jeans
    Run with the guys in slouchy-cool, baggy blues.

    Model Darya Kurovska works the trend with a bright tee on the Marc by Marc Jacobs runway.

    C is for CoCo Chanel
    The Mademoiselle of Chanel lives on in superstylish homages on the silver screen.

    Audrey Tautou in the upcoming film Coco Avant Chanel.
    D is for Dream Team
    Get in line! Charlotte Ronson's debut collection for JCPenney is as chic as it is cheap.

    Charlotte Ronson (left) with her sister and muse, Annabelle, both wearing C. Ronson, the inspiration for Charlotte's new JCPenney line.
    E is for Exchange
    Upgrade your wardrobe without dropping a dime by throwing a clothes-swapping bash.

    (From left) Liz, Paige, Lenora, Sofia Juarez, and Arielle Ergas get down to the business of trading their closet castoffs.

    Spring Fashion A to Z

    Fashion gets real with mold-breaking muses (from first ladies to self-styled girls on the street), Earth-conscious It bags, and wallet-friendly designer collaborations. Scope out our runway roundup for more of the season's brightest ideas.

    Fashion Fall A to Z

    Tuesday, January 13, 2009

    S is for shaun white

    From the Olympic half-pipe to the design studio, this gold-medal-winning 21-year-old snowboarder is shredding up the competition.
    Shaun shows off his skateboarding skills in the April issue of Vogue.
    T is for tom brady and gisele
    Move over, Brangelina! There's a new fashion power-couple in town.
    Dressed to kill in Versace and Tom Ford at the annual Met gala.
    U is for umbrella-ella-ella
    Marc Jacobs's playful homage to Rihanna's hit song was made for singing in the rain.
    Marc by Marc Jacobs umbrella, about $68. Nordstrom.
    V is for volume chart-toppers
    Turn it up! Five of our favorite Fashion Week tastemakers give us the lowdown on the tracks they've got on repeat.

    Model Coco Rocha:

    Aerosmith, "Cryin'"

    M.I.A., "Boyz"

    Bob Sinclair, "World Hold On"

    Kat Deluna, "Whine Up"

    Michael Jackson, "P.Y.T."

    W is for Wang's world
    It's been quite a year! From his CFDA nomination for emerging talent to a sold-out collaboration with Uniqlo to a smash-hit fall collection that put Hollywood A-listers in shopping overdrive, Alexander Wang is the talk of the town.
    Wang, flanked by model Erin Wasson and Satine boutique owner Jeannie Lee, is the center of attention at a party held in his honor at the l.A. store.
    X is for X-tra big jewelry
    Jumbo costume baubles outshine bags and shoes as the statement accessory of the season.
    Supersize necklaces and cuffs on the Louis Vuitton runway.
    Y is for Yelle
    With flashy style (think graphic tees, neon leggings, and aerobic high-tops) and take-no-prisoner dance beats, this singer is putting herself on the map as the French M.I.A.
    Her signature mix.
    Z is for Zap! Pow! Bam!
    Fashion has found its perfect partner in crime—the superhero! From the theme of the annual Met gala to designers' latest collections, your favorite supervillain-fighting characters are taking over.
    Clockwise from top, Missoni heart buckle belt, about $165. (212) 431-6500; rhinestone necklace, about $20.; Mighty Fine Hulk t-shirt, about $22.; Diesel color-block leggings, about $120.; Benefit bionic blast! body scrub, $22.

    (this fashion info fro Teen Vogue Magazine)

    Fall Fashion A to Z

    M is for mouse flats

    Catch them if you can! Marc Jacobs's famous Mouse flats are on the loose with a slicked-up look.
    Marc by Marc Jacobs patent-leather flats, about $250 per pair. Marc by Marc Jacobs stores.
    N is for new faces
    Hailing from South Korea and Great Britain, these two intercontinental stunners are taking the fashion world by storm.
    Left, Hyoni shows off her winning grin backstage at the Boy by Band of Outsiders Fall 2008 presentation; right, Jourdan backstage at Diane von Furstenberg's spring 2008 show.
    O is for oops, I did it again
    Another one bites the dust! The teeter-tottering of these seasoned models set tongues wagging during fashion week.
    Karen Elson laughs off an all-out tumble at the Zac Posen show—luckily, P. Diddy was there to give her a hand.
    P is for Peru
    Hey, globe-trotter! For fall, the destination is Machu Picchu, as designers revisit traditional Incan garb, from colorful zigzag knits to fur accents and whimsical pom-poms.
    The look reinvented at Matthew Williamson.
    q is for quiz
    Rodarte's fall collection of shredded, tie-dyeD frocks was inspired by what kind of movies?
    Japanese slasher flicks.
    R is for rock-star designers
    The hits keep on coming! Avril and Ashlee steal the fashion spotlight with attitude-heavy lines.
    Ashlee strikes a glam chord in a BCBG Max Azria minidress at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards.

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