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Showing posts from January, 2011

Lara Stone for Calvin Klein

There have been a lot more entries and articles on Lara Stone in the new Calvin Klein Collection print advertisements. A lot of writers have said that the outfit doesn't fit her, or that the brand is using her based on her name/face.
Personally, I think these ads are beautiful. The black and white effect brings out Lara Stone's beautiful features and really highlights how structured and unique the clothing is. Sadly, it seems that nowadays you cant really rely on a model's face or fame to sell clothing considering the world is obsessed with celebrities. You more frequently see celebrities getting endorcement deals before models, even though modeling is THEIR job. Paris Hilton (cliche example, but hey, I'm tired) can sell nearly anything she puts her name on because shes PARIS!
If you asked most college girls who Lara Stone is, they probably wouldn't know. It seemed like models were making some sort of a comeback with red carpets, clothings lines, etc. but I think …

Black Keeps You Warm in the Winter

I really like the high fashion Gothic style I've been seeing lately. The style has been seen on runways and in the media for years, but it's taken a while to catch on. Or for people to at least catch on the right way. Instead of seeing women clad in Hot Topic-y clothing, they are layered in chunky black knits, dresses, and tights. I hate being cold, but I also hate looking like a bum which tends to happen every Winter. 

The Addams Family, Etsy Sunglasses, Luella, Missoni, McQ, and the house from Practical Magic.

Winter Royalty