Just a random selection after the jump. For the whole story you’ll have to go fetch your own copy of Antidote magazine…>>>
Maand: september 2011
They fit perfectly into the seventies look, but with that little raw edge Maison Martin Margiela is known for. In these boots there’s a see-through angle at the instep, and the typical Margiela staged imperfection also comes through in a splash of mud on the heels.
How about undressing handsome Dutch actor Barry Atsma for a good cause? It will take a little effort though, he will not get naked in a whim…
Always wanted to go to Paris in the most fashionable train ever? It’s possible. Grazia and NS (Dutch railway company) are collaborating and created the Fashion Train, a train for just a few lucky ones that rides to the city of love, croissants, café au lait, Rue Cambon, Disneyland, Colette, Ladurée.. And you and your BFF can win a seat. Paris, here we come!
It’s an ‘in between’. Like my shoe size. I am always somewhat of an in between. My Levi’s® Curve ID is in between the Slight and the Demi Curve. But honestly, after trying on several different Curves, I ended up with a Slight modern skinny. The most figure-hugging of them all, and the way I like my denims. If that makes me a less curvy girl at thirty-something, I shall not complain!
The occasion of the fitting was the Levi’s® Curve ID pop-up shop in Amsterdam, while they’re building a new shop. This one is especially for the girls, and they only sell the Curve ID products (aside from a few T-shirts and denim blouses, but we don’t need measuring for those). It’s clever thinking of Levi’s®, because you’ll get all the attention you need to find your perfect match. More after the jump >>>
Day 6 at LFW featured menswear. Let’s not forget that the British have an important history in menswear and tailoring.
Unfortunately London Fashion Week has ended. Now the fashion caravan is moving to Milan. But you can still enjoy a little LFW with some menswear highlights from TOPMAN and Christopher Shannon after the jump >>>
Some more Anna Wintour -as she expresses her enthusiasm about the London Fashion Week– shows by Mary Katrantzou, David Koma and Roksanda Ilincic, and Nathalie Massenet from Net-a-Porter (would like to experience one day in her life): “All the designers here have really raised their game.”
Watch the highlights after the jump.