Karl Lagerfeld, head designer and creative director for the fashion house Chanel, discusses his inspiration and creative vision for his Spring Summer 2012 collection. His ability to find modernity from classical inspiration is amazing.
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I think that Louis Vuitton was an incredible fashion design and i love so much this fashion collection.
Louis Vuitton was a Fashion Designer, he was born 4 August 1821 in France and he was died 27 February 1892.
Louis Vuitton began manufacturing trunks in Paris in 1854, and the company he started went on to become one of the world’s most famous makers of luxury goods, known especially for its designer luggage pattern: a beige-on-chestnut monogram, “LV.” Vuitton’s high-quality travelling trunks were such a hit that he had to expand his factory within a few years, relocating to Asniéres in 1860. As the years went by the Vuitton line gained international recognition, thanks in part to a bronze medal at the 1867 World’s Fair and a gold medal at the 1889 World’s Fair, both held in Paris.
After Louis died in 1892, his son, Georges, took the company to new heights, developing what is recognized as the first “designer label” on a product.
Vuitton’s luggage company has since become a world leader in luxury consumer goods, with products that include travel books, perfume, distilled spirits and designer clothing.
For Fashion’s Night Out, Anna Wintour Takes Tokyo
Vogue editor Anna Wintour came to Japan for the first time in more than 20 years to usher in Tokyo’s version of Fashion’s Night Out. The event, which she launched in New York two years ago, draws designers and shoppers to stores that stay open later and, they hope, ring up more sales. More than 400 retailers and all of Vogue’s top editors participated in Tokyo’s Fashion’s Night Out, and with designers such as Michael Kors, Christopher Bailey from Burberry and Alber Elbaz from Lanvin it is the biggest Fashion’s Night Out produced yet.
Can you believe someone uploaded a vid of her surrounded by autograph seekers and paparazzi?
These gorgeous fake eyelashes are from PAPERSELF. They’re adhesive paper eyelashes inspired by the art of Chinese paper-cutting and designed based on ancient Chinese symbolism…horses for success, peonies for fortune, butterflies representing youth and love. Absolutely stunning!!!
The story of Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, better known as Coco Chanel, is one of rags to riches. It’s a story of a woman, who was raised in an orphanage by nuns, who would eventually establish her place in the male dominated business of fashion. She became the definer of style for women around the world and a captain of industry. Biographer, Justine Picardie, sheds some remarkable insight on Madame Coco Chanel.
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