Take a closer look at the newest River Island’s Collection:
Well and what do you think? We like Pretty Grunge and Urban Angel the most!
Source: River Island
French Vouge team have made a list of the best and the most popular models. Australian model Gemma Ward won.
The list with photos of 5 top models below:
6. Natalia Vodianova
7. Natasha Poly
8. Doutzen Kroes
9. Anja Rubik
10. Freja Beha Erichsen
11. Chanel Iman
12. Iris Strubegger
13. Anna Selezneva
14. Irina Lazareanu
15. Karen Elson
16. Karlie Kloss
17. Kasia Struss
18. Kim Noorda
19. Catherine McNeil
20. Coco Rocha
21. Isabeli Fontana
22. Sasha Pivovarova
23. Vlada Roslyakova
24. Magdalena Frackowiak
25. Gisele Bündchen
26. Jessica Stam
27. Raquel Zimmermann
28. Lily Cole
29. Mariacarla Boscono
30. Maryna Linchuk
Designers bring splashes of sunshine to the runway for spring 2010. Vibrant brights add a sense of excitement to the color palette, while practical neutrals provide a safety net for cautious consumers.
Colors for Spring 2010: Turquoise, Amparo Blue, Violet, Aurora, Fusion Coral, Tomato Purée, Pink Champagne, Tuscany, Dried Herb, Eucalyptus.
Below our favourite projects:
1. Peter Som: “My choices reflect the need for happy, moodlifting colors that offer a bit of escapism”.
Colors: Deeply Aqua Blue (signature); warm, optimistic palette of brights ranging from Tangerine Orange, Sunny Yellow and Hibiscus Pink to shades of Blue in Azure Lagoon and True Navy; Dove Grays and shades of White ranging from Optic, Buttermilk and Ivory anchor the palette.
2. Tracy Reese: “Inspiration: Pierre Bonnard’s unique approach to solid color by building and layering multiple colors”.
Colors: Varying shades of Blue (sygnature); combination of Blueberry, Peri and Ocean Wave with a rainbow of Rich Berry, Bluebell, Crocus, Pale Winsome, Passionfruit and Goldenrod.
3. Catherine Malandrino: “Inspiration: Geographical areas like South Africa, the Sahara Desert and the joie de vivre of South America”.
Colors: Deep Purple highlighted by Turquoise (sygnature); base of Coco and Sand with Plum, Mustard and Deep Purple, highlighted by Turquoise and Red with Black and graphic elements – the colors are warm, deep and mute.
4. Thuy Diep: “Inspiration: A tongue-in-cheek take on the sultry chic of the ‘30’s goddess with a bit of an S&M spin – the selected colors provide an unexpected counterpoint to this inspiration: Toasted Almond and Adobe instead of Firehouse Red, and Feather Gray Heather and Egret trumping shiny Black patent”.
Colors: Yellow, realized as Aurora Yellow; Toasted Almond, Muted Clay, Green-Blue Slate and Feather Gray.
Lots of boho style, long skirts, beautiful dresses and blossom design.
We love it! Do You?
As the weather is getting worse and people’s moods seem to be rather gloomy, we decided to show that there are still individuals who did not give up! You can look good even if there is no sun outside! We have hunted few glam girls out in Ilac Centre in Dublin.
Just look at her! This 16 year old girl knows how to make a grey day brighter. She matches brown shoes to the brown jacket and beige warm scarf. These colors look great with her blond hair. Linsday’s favourite brand is River Island.
Boho-chic is a style of female fashion drawing on various bohemian and hippie influences, that, at its height in 2004-5, was associated particularly with actress Sienna Miller and model Kate Moss in the United Kingdom and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Nicole Richie in the United States. This trend had been going on since late 2000 and appeared to be on the wane by early 2009.
The boho look, which owed much to the hippie styles of the late 1960s, became especially popular after Sienna Miller’s appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in 2004, although some of its features were apparent from photographs of her taken in October 2003 and of others living in or around the postal district of W10 (North Kensington), an area of London associated with bohemian culture since the mid-1950s.
By the spring of 2005, boho was almost ubiquitous in parts of London and was invading stores in almost every British high street. Its adherents were sometimes referred to as “Siennas”, this eponym even being applied to Miller herself: “Sienna’s Sienna-ishness”, as Jessica Brinton put it in the Sunday Times in 2007. Features included “floaty” skirts (notably long white ones), furry gilets, embroidered tunics, cropped jackets, large faux-coin belts, sheepskin (“Ugg”) boots and cowboy boots, baggy cardigans and “hobo bags”. Demand was so great that there were allegations the following year of some sub-contractors’ having used cheap child labour in India for zari embroidery and beading.
Footless tights or “leggings”, of which Miller was a proponent, were a contributory factor in the halving of sales of stockings in Britain between 2003 and 2007.
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