Friday, July 30, 2010

John Galliano and Charlie

OMG, I love Charlie,

This is the first time that I dreamed of wearing John Galliano..
It's been almost one month that I've prepared this pictures and I was so lazy to share them and write a review and I still am, so here are the pictures :/, sorry guys, even though almost no one reads my blog :)

Monday, July 5, 2010

Joachim Löw, the stylish coach of German National Football team

Tomorrow Germany encounters Spain at the World Cup and I'm a little bit nervous. I hope that Germany would win the competition. The great thing about the German team is that they are well organized and this kind of well organization comes from their coach which is a very wise man.
Not only he know what he's doing with his team he also has a good sense of style, in order to do my contribution as a style hunter, I gathered some of the pictures that in most of them he wears scarf in an stylish way that is a little bit unusual for a football coach.

This other pictures shows how comfortable and chic he is. I'm sure his impeccable style is the deviance of his great rule as a coach.

PS: no matter what happens tomorrow, Germany would still be my favorite football team.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Raf Simons Spring

Raf Simons showed his menswear show for Jil Sander in Florence and it was the show that started menswear fashion week. Raf’s color blocking solution was so abstract that many couldn’t digest it completely. But his own namesake show raised the bar a little higher for him. As Cathy horn informed us in his blog at NYTimes, the inspiration behind Raf’s spring collection was the first fashion show that the designer has ever saw. It was Maison Martin Margiella’s collection back in 1991. It was then that he decided to become a fashion designer.

This great looks reminded me of Hedi Slimane’s works back in 2003 for Dior Homme. Hedi’s approach was way more different than Raf. Actually was is missing in Raf’s work in the fantasy that Alber Elbaz usually talks about, later this year he told NYMAG , “If we go too clean, we’ll loose the fantasy”. I love Mr Simsons work, his originality and faith to modernism of his days makes him a perfect designer, but as a fan I’m always looking in his collections to find a wearable day to day item but most of those things are not available in his namesake collection.

I like Mr Simons because he has his own way of marring fashion with art, as you can see in this looks he wants for his clothe to carry a message beyond their style.

Ps: “How we would” part in the first picture is cropped from this show’s invitation.