Monday, June 28, 2010

Neon Chic


The yellow neon jacket is from Giorgio Armani, most of the critics picked this collection as the highlight of Milan fashion week.
This is a look that I really love to wear.
The other pictures are from Tommy Ton which is a great street photographer who works for GQ and Style.com, unlike Sartorialist he is a trend spotter, and that's why we can follow his eyes.


The other picture is an installation by Dan Flavin. I saw some of his works in Tehran Contemporary Museum of Art and I thought this could be a great inspiration for the designers to use neon in their work.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Bottega Veneta for spring 2011


Gucci group should be proud of Tomas Maier, he follows the rules to achieve contemporary elegance and his successes session after session shows his confidence in what he does, I'd be a real follower of his style. He is not afraid to make a look just by one color because he believes in the power of the color that he chooses.
PS: I'm not the only person who thinks this new unknown model in hot, even GQ editor confirmed that.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Moncler Gomme Bleu



Love the Thome brown ideas toward new silhouette for men, he is the only one in the contemporary fashion world who has the balls to push it forward.
can not wait until the NY fashion week to see his own namesake collection.

D&G Milan fashion week





this is one of the collections that I adore from Milan fashion week. It's picnic chic, and it's very comfortable....

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Alber Constructed the Fall wardorbe


Ok, its officially fall in the fashion word, the Luisaroma online shop has published some of the clothes for fall, and between those expensive pieces that most of those are not even worth looking is a Lanvin jacket which is great. Alber did it again he constructed a shape which carries a paradox in it, the softness of the fabric combined with the architecture techniques, the feminine side of the jacket gets lost into the choose of color.
For those of you who would want to buy it, it’s worth 1998$ .

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion's free culture | Video on TED.com

Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion's free culture | Video on TED.com

This is a great video about the concept of copy right in fashion industry. The lady explains why the lack of copy rights laws in this field has made a great opportunity for fashion business to grow and be on the top of the creative careers both economically and creatively. As I watched it I couldn’t ignore that fashion business could be a great example for Austrian school of economy in which they have developed new ideas toward a free society. If you like business, economy or fashion and even if you love art make sure to watch it. I love the Tom Ford part too (yeah, he is here too  ).