Ah sweet, sweet Spring! When it’s summer in the light, but winter in the shade. When everything is new again, and I can finally put on my favorite flower dresses! Not sure it’s allowed to be this excited about Spring since it’s January, but the first day of Spring is only just 2 months away…
If you’ve ever dreamt of stepping into the wonderful world of Barbie, your dreams look set to come true. The Moschino Spring Summer 2015 Runway Collection is inspired by the iconic doll: Bubblegum pink from top to toe, designed by no other than Jeremy Scott.
I’m a huge fan of Barbie, especially the Sports Illustrated-Malibu-Late 90’s Supermodel-version of her. (Squats does wonder for everyones behinds, even Barbie’s).
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Feather adorned pieces are the rage this season, it’s the new must have embellishment that’s the perfect combination of fun, flirty and femme. You couldn’t miss it if you tried, this trend was seen all over the Fall runways, by designers like Louis Vuitton, Jason Wu, Alexander McQueen and Oscar de le Renta.
The Italian luxury brand, Moschino, celebrates its 30th anniversary with a limited edition capsule collection (in black, white and red). In tribute to the brand, the collection honors the rebellious and whimsical designs Franco Moschino was notorious for. His surrealistic variations on fashion and innovative designs, not only carried on Elsa Schiaparelli’s legacy, but launched Moschino an internationally recognized fashion label.
“There began my love for Moschino. He inspires me to bring playful elements, and color (especially red), into my wardrobe”
Christian Louboutin has the ability to make a women feel beautiful and sexy, just by slipping on a pair of his red soled heels. The famed footwear designer, who just happens to be my all-time favorite shoe designer (which is evident by my “go to” choice of footwear), helped bring stilettos back into fashion (thank you, Christian!), and continues to turn out imaginative designs season after season. In 1993, he found his inspiration for his trademark red soles, when his assistant was painting her nails red. He thought red soles were flirtatious, and boy was he right! According to The New Yorker, he sells more than 500,000 pairs of his exquisite shoes each year. I don’t know what I’d do without my Louboutins.