Gucci Pre-Fall 2019

My feelings, my thoughts… my love.. my #lifeisGucci … I’m still in love with Alesandro Michele’s vision of Gucci. The best and the unique… i still remember Michele’s Gucci menswear Fall 2015- first collection, made in 5 days , probably… his first Gucci womenswear collection for Fall 2015, January 2015 … breathtaking… On every seat were left the notes which were quoted the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben: „Those who are truly contemporary are those who neither perfectly coincide with their time nor adapt to its demands…Contemporariness, then, is that relationship with time that adheres to it through a disconnection.“  … it was in February 2015 …. how many collections and how many looks did we see in this so long but same so short time? Every collection or collaboration collection, every single look , it was and it is a perfection, it is a storytelling through the fashion…

Back to Pre-Fall 2019. As always every look is treated as a sort of mini story. There are caftans—the best in exotic, rich brocades and three piece printed suits in which blazers were worn over elongated tunics for a layered silhouette.  The evening looks are sublime, with featuring Poiret-inspired velvet tabards embroidered with starry skies, and ball gowns dripping with sequins. There are 86 looks in the Gucci Pre-Fall 2019 collection, i downloaded as much as i can, i would like to show you all looks and every single detail of this beautyful collection!

The lookbook images were shot by photographer Harmony Korine in the archaeological parks of Pompeii and Herculaneum, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites in southern Italy.

Photos : Harmony Korine / Courtesy of Gucci

Jil Sander Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection – Milan Fashion Week

Jil Sander Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection  was shown in Milan Fashion Week.
Rodolfo Paglialunga, who we know from his time as creativ director of Vionnet has now been three seasons at Jil Sander, stepping in to fill the shoes of the eponymous designer herself when she left the brand for the third time.Spring-summer collection began and ended with soft, white silks, blouses with slashed sleeves and skirts tied off in a knot to start, plus a neatly cut natural-toned ,very graceful gardener with little slits at the shoulders, and a loose, long-sleeved tunic dress with utility strap details at the chest and hem. In between came riffs on shirting such as a periwinkle shirtdress twisted at the midriff with a cutout along the waist.
Silhouettes are soft and fluid, satins slinky and in China blue, gentle draping an obvious follow-on from his Vionnet days.  It is a elegance, Rodolfo Paglialunga has done an adequate job adhering to the house’s minimalist credo, designing nice, chicly practical clothes which every women must have in her wardrobe.

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Christopher Kane Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection – London Fashion Week

Christopher Kane  Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection was shown in London Fashion Week on September 21, 2015.
Christopher Kane surpised us  each season  with something entirely new to keep us on our toes. The interesting thing now is that those varied and brilliant ideas  have built up as one to become his signature, a repertoire of techniques. When you see them, you know they’re his and this collection was especially clear in showing them off.
There was that neon lace, which more recently has slipped into his pre-collections, there were primary bolts of colour to configure with jagged and purposely-jarring appliqué and chaotic embroidery. It was a hyper take on homespun with stitching squiggling out like handwriting across a knit or a sheath of a dress. We knew we’d seen the idea once before, but here it was renewed and played out to entirely different effect. That was the point.
A kapow colour palette led the way for a collection that was about taking things apart and piecing them back together, the designer cited. „Crash and repair, that’s what we kept saying to each other.“
The train of thought followed what has been a difficult few months for Chris and Tammy, whose mother sadly passed away just before their show last February. So just as much as this was a collection inspired by John Chamberlain’s sculptures and Scottie Wilson, it was one that came from an emotional point of view. „The car crash became the metaphor,“ said Kane in his show notes.
And so that idea of damage and repair, of building back up, could be seen in the pieces, which were patched and pieced together: splaying fringing; plastic pockets; wafting layers of sheer with lace to trace the body; dresses fastened in place by plastic clasps, a brilliantly crude and inventive use of them.

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Three goals- Blogging 201

i decide to make also the Blogging 201,  i think every woman can do it, i mean take part of Blogging 101, Blogging 201, bloggen in the same time , or write about designer’s  collections from Fashion Weeks , all in the same time. It takes a Little bit time but nobody ask us to write one article about it, isn’t it?
The golas:
it must be three . Exactly what i want reach with my blog.  I know that i don’t want to make a bad copy of great Vogue Magazine. There are a lot of good and bad similar web magazines online but how everyone can see it’s not easy, i felt in the muster. So what i want :
  1. to do it more personal,
  2. to have a content which can be interesting for another people.
  3. of course  i can write more , i know what i want, i have some ideas but must i write it?
  4.  so, for Goal Nr. 3 i ‚ll simply choose 5000 clicks per day. Why not? I can book Advertising on Facebook, i did it sometime but i want same People click more that one time, so, it must be interesting to read, here we are, we  are back to the second Goal.

If my blog has presence everywhere, yes and no, of course but i made a mistake, first i started with Facebook sites, ( there are no Chance to Change the Name of my site, i didn’t know that after 200 Likes it will be impossible to Change the site Name, there were more that 2 000 likes in  1 day, sorry but it’s true. and same everywhere. A lot of my virtual friends knows that all this pages, profiles Blogs are mine. But it’s not match with blog name. It’s not good but who cares… I want to make my blog more personal, in which way, i don’t  know till now. Kidding, of course i know but first the Fashion Weeks. And after i’ll see how can i do my online Magazine more personal…. maybe i’ll succeed maybe not.

Daphne Groeneveld starring in Vogue Russia, August 2015 issue – *I am a Superstar* editorial

*I am a Superstar* Editorial with Top-Model Daphne Groeneveld lensed by Jason Kibbler for Vogue Russia, August 2015 issue.
Fashion Editor: Olga Dunina
Hair: Esther Langham ; make-up: Francelle Daly
 Daphne Groeneveld detours to the dark side in *I am a Superstar* Editorial lensed by Jason Kibbler for Vogue Russia , August 2015. Skin tight feels right as the penetrating power of purple takes over. Fueled with the fire of crystal decadence, tectonic flavors fill the page. Playing a rock-star with a twist, dutch model gives off a hypnotic haze artfully backed by a violet-vibe. Fashion editor Olga Dunina makes a perfect job letting the breeze of high fashion fly free. Leather and lace never looked so cool with sexy panels sewn into the sides. Daphne Groeneveld  wears *Looks* from the new collections of Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, Altuzarra, Gucci, Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana ,Chanel and more selected by Fashion Editor.
Purple hues back the attack by amping things up with a smokey effect. Letting the mist of sensation fall over the face, Make-up Artist Francelle Daly invites vintage beauty to inspire. The shiny shades of Summer erupt with royal colors that light up the lids. Shadows speak with tints that extend out from the lashes and up to the brows. Giving us a nod to the 70’s, mascara embraces the eyes by defining the decade. From richly retro to aggressively avant-garde, orbs evoke both blue & green. The skin takes on a subtle pallor with frosted eyes and soft, peach lips. Hair stylist, Esther Langham makes the last touch of every perfect Look which we can see following this Editorial.