If we would win the lottery one day, we’re afraid our closest would fill up with an array of designer bags. Our latest crush is on the Marc Jacobs Mercer tote.
Before the official press release we had a little glimpse of Riccardo Tisci’s Nikes in an editorial featuring Joan Smalls where she is wearing the Airforce 1 Knee Hi boot.
The word is out! After months of speculation, Balenciaga’s former Artistic Director Nicholas Ghesquière is officially taking the reins from Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton.
The Ka-Pow sweater by 3.1 Phillip Lim was a true showstopper last year. This designer item became a big hit and even a trend because of it’s knock-offs from Primark and H&M. After that, the cheerful Kenzo Tiger Sweater became THE musthave and was seen on every fashion blog. Me, as a true fashion victim, loved these items, but this season I don’t feel like wearing them anymore. They’ve had their time to shine, let’s move on to the next designer it-item!
Director Ron Howard’s latest movie ‘Rush’ features costumes designed by Salvatore Ferragamo.
Champagne of the House of Ruinart (1729) has a very long history. It was even the first champagne to be packaged in wooden cases in the 18th century, which was unusual before. Reason enough for Ruinart to commission designer Piet Hein Eek for the design of the ‘Ruinart Blancs de Blancs’ cases.
First we had Tom Ford who directed a movie, now we have Marc Jacobs who plays in a movie.
An ongoing trend in the automotive business is to make cars more fashionable. Electric cars are now subject of being fashionized. Meet the Smart forjeremy.
It was give or take on this one, because my mission was to actually have a personal interview with Jean-Paul Gaultier. By default, it was great to have a preview of this FABULOUS exhibition.
He is the most friendly designer around, and his very obvious French accent when he speaks English is a delight to listen to. So a trip to Rotterdam was on yesterday’s calendar to attend Jean-Paul Gaultier‘s visit to the Kunsthal.