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this is for the elegant woman*
From fur to skin. From real to faux. From felt to look. No matter what, fashion has never looked by chic.
(I, personally, will never wear anything that has been alive. Just stating a trend. Go faux!)
A collection of dresses I used for my Art and Design Standard Grade and a few more I deem to be useful for comparing and contrasting designers.
Really simple design can translate in exceptionally complex ways.
Sometimes less is more.
all about the world of bloomsbury-virginia woolf, vanessa bell, ottoline morrell. find inspiration in them all.
They're not practical and they might not even be pretty, but these shoes all represent the sumptuousness and creativeness designer wear is known for.
creativity is key, even in the simplest form.
My favourite looks from the stunning designs of D&G
Art Deco-eclectic,elegant, stylish, artistic, geometric, eccentric. art deco originated in Paris in the first decades of the 20th century
All too often, women of color are visibly absent in the fashion industry. Here's a short compilation of past and present beauties who have strutted their stuff on runway and inspired many.
free fashion spirit
Red-Carpet Photos From the Emmy Awards
Now Trending: Spring '15 Street-Style Predictions
Five Years of Tommy Ton on Style.com
On-the-Go Beauty Tips From NYFW's Top Models
Don't Miss Our Latest Throwback Thursday Clip
The Style.com iPad App
2013 Spring Shopping Guide
Swatch Sponsored Lookbook
Best in Class
Lookbook: Best Accessories
Prints and Patterns
Attire to Inspire
Icons: Yesterday and Today
Daily Dispatches From The Global Scene