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.

Fall Fashion A to Z

G is for generation

BCBG's new little-sister line captures all the sweet style of the runway versions—without maxing out your budget.
Chanel Iman on the label's fall 2008 runway
H is for headtrip
London's resident queen of cool, designer Luella Bartley, crowned her fall collection with bow barrettes and ribbon-wrapped bands.
Luella bow hair clip, about $85, and headband, about $95.
I is for ivy league
"How can I wear collegiate classics without looking uniform?"
Traditional university staples are a smart way to upgrade your wardrobe for fall. But overachieving won't win you any fashion points here. Dust off the classics with cool updates like bold colors and chic accessories. Barnard sophomore Media Brecher demonstrates.
J is for jean scene
Blues flash! Check out the hot new denim brands that have everybody buzzing.
Looks from the Lou Doillon by Lee Cooper Paris launch party.
K is for kicks
Need to jump-start your fall wardrobe? Hogan's slick pink sneaks guarantee to put a little pep in your step.
Hogan patent-leather sneaker, about $335. Hogan, nyc.
L is for leather leggings
Worn under a long sweater or in place of basic black tights, the onetime biker staple has become a wardrobe essential.
on the fall runway at Topshop Unique.on the fall runway at Topshop Unique.

Fall Fashion A to Z

Friday, January 9, 2009

A is for airplanes
The sky's the limit! Designers let their imaginations soar this season with breezy travel-inspired fare.
Paper planes were the spark behind floaty folds at Proenza Schouler.

B is for blair waldorf
Make like the queen bee of the Upper East Side in bows, blazers, and glammed-up headbands.
She may hold a merit badge in backstabbing, but Blair's prim-and-proper style never misses the mark
C is for crocodile
After 75 years, the little Lacoste lizard proves he's still got bite with two covetable collaborations.
Lacoste limited-edition a.r.c. cotton polo, about $175.
D is for doc martens
The grunge staple makes a glam comeback with a hip campaign girl, a runway resurgence, and supermodel fans.
The label's ambassador, Daisy Lowe
E is for edie rose
Inspired by her dream closet—and her own personal wardrobe favorites—fashion It girl Rachel Bilson debuts a line of modern classics for DKNY Jeans.
Bilson in a signature minidress
F is for facebook fashion
Seeing double? Avoid dress deja vu with online groups that let you and your pals post pics of what you're wearing for big events. Maybe it's time celebs joined the click, too!
Chloe Sevigny at a New York movie premiere and Amanda Bynes at the 2008 Critics' Choice Awards, both in Narciso Rodriguez
(from teenvogue magazine)

Fashion Quotes this month

Saturday, January 3, 2009

“Only great minds can afford a simple style.”

Stendhal quotes (One of the most original and complex French writers of the 19th century, 1783-1842

Trend Shoes Issues in 2009

Fashion info about trend shoes issues in 2009..
Flats Shoes...In 2009 Flat Shoes still being a favorite shoes for a fashionista especially for the teenagers.
so..please always keep your flat shoes in your shoes cupboard, because they still being trend in 2009... okay.
Flats Shoes are so cute. the sexy they look and chic. You can wear it with your pants, leggings or will look so girly.

Stilettos...Yayy... Stilettos are back. Wel, it's not that they ever went anywhere, but they're once again dominating the runways. can used your Stilettos again....
Stilettos are steam lined, elegant, and sexy. The higher they are, the hotter they look, bt of course they don't offer much support for one's feet.

Gladiators Shoes....Hmm..don't was thrown away your Gladiators shoes but continue to in kept then in your shoes cupboard. you can used again anytime in an unique party maybe.. =)

Open-toe shoes with tights..It's fashionable. Open-toes or peep-toes with stocking, socks or tights underneath.
Work wonderfully with like colors, especially black on black, but daring contrasts can also look great.

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