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Designers move to keep couture connected to reality with varying levels and degrees of success.
Veiled beanies at Chanel and twisted hair crowns at Valentino.
The filmmaker discusses “Marfa Girl,” which follows a group of aimless teenagers in West Texas and will open in theaters in March.
Fashionable looks spotted outside the shows in Paris.
Stars of social media, not Hollywood, now have the attention of merchandisers.
The etiquette of sick season.
Hoods made a fashion statement.
Net-A-Porter’s FINDS collection is at it again, bringing us even more delightful buyer’s picks. Ever since the collection was introduced, I have enjoyed seeing the latest assortment of delightfully unique pieces
Today’s fashion news includes the best of Spring 2015′s couture dresses… Read the full post Web Snob January 30, 2015 which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
The House of Tanqueray today announced the launch of Tanqueray Trunk Show, a national campaign that provides mentorship through […]
The wait is nearly over! Footage from Nick Knight and 10 Magazine ‘s epic Pin-ups shoot with twelve Victoria’s Secret ‘Angels’, launches on 5 February 2015, the same day the Sensuality issue of 10 featuring the editorial goes on sale. Here’s a sneak preview of one of the twelve 10 Magazine covers, featuring the wonderful Jourdan Dunn .
L’Oreal Professionnel announces today that Eva Green – Bond girl in Casino Royale, heroin of the new hit TV […]
While mottoes and textures were the theme that permeated the London collections, in Paris and Milan there were more than a few designers who incorporated their favourite artists into their shows.
Now for a certain breed of spring bags, under the sea is where it’s at. Here, my pick of the best earthly beauties a mermaid would give up her flippers for, running the gamut from deep-diving shimmery texture to leathers the color of Caribbean water. Read the full post Top 5 Mermaid-Approved Bags: Out of the Ocean which appeared first on Snob Essentials
To mark the end of the S/S 15 haute couture season, we’re delighted to launch Stephen Doherty’s Couture ! Artist Stephen Doherty took up residence at SHOWstudio during the A/W 14 couture collections , depicting the key looks from houses such as Dior , Schiaparelli and Maison Margiela on the walls of the studio in pastel and paint. As he worked, we captured and live streamed every brushstroke, with Doherty even continuing as our signature live discussion panels carried on behind him. The resulting process film shows his work in progress over the four days it took him to create his live mural
Our Transformative project – a running series of interviews with stylists, make-up artists and hairdressers – continues as renowned hairstylist Sam McKnight shares his experience of working with Karl Lagerfeld on Chanel runway shows. Comparing photo shoots with the chaos of the runway show McKnight explains ‘You kind of relinquish lots of control at the shows, because it’s not your environment, it’s someone else’s environment.’ He reveals he gets past the challenge of creating hair styles for up to a hundred models by using wigs and hairpieces, preparing them weeks in advance and working on each model right up to the moment they walk; ‘I’m right there at the very end… I need to be the last person who touches them, much to the dismay of the show producers.’ Watch the interview now for McKnight’s perspective on Chanel, and peruse Transformative ‘s sister project Subjective for the model’s point of view on some of the world’s most famous fashion imagery.
A fierce, splashy leopard print: check.
Among our favorite looks from the F/W 2015 menswear shows is the one above from Neil Barrett.
With all the crotch-watching at Rick Owens’ men’s show last week, you’d be forgiven for missing the shoes. And what nice, restrained statement shoes they were, the designer’s latest collaboration with Adidas. The new generation of his signature Runners sneakers — a kind of haute-caveman hybrid — sees several new models in stretch suede: a high boot, an ankle boot, and the reintroduction of the original in fur