15 posts tagged "Marco Zanini"
Nothing adds a royal touch quite like velvet, and we’ve noticed plenty of it in the recent pre-fall, Haute Couture, and even menswear collections. At Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton whipped up an ecclesiastical draped robe in cardinal red, while Stella McCartney, Rochas’ Marco Zanini, and Peter Copping at Nina Ricci were among the designers who incorporated the fabric into eveningwear. Christopher Kane, for his part, took the material in a more casual direction with a cool biker jacket. Velvet is getting play in the real world, too. Jessica Alba turned up to the Dior Haute Couture show this week wearing a sumptuous black topcoat, while Joséphine de la Baume gave off a witchy vibe in a crushed-velvet number at the Amy Winehouse Foundation Ball.
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A blurry Twitpic of a label reading “Carine Roitfeld” has led to rampant Internet speculation that the former Paris Vogue editrix is working on her own collection. Will the world ever be the same? (Our guess: yes.) [Fashionista]
Lara Stone thinks she would make a great evil Bond girl. No disagreements here. You listening, Daniel Craig? [WWD]
Rochas designer Marco Zanini, on the other hand, thinks he could design Dior. We didn’t see it in the stars, but hey, you never know. [NYT]
And Gareth Pugh submits to Hint‘s “One Sentence or Less” interview. The strangest item of clothing in his closet? “A suit—very odd indeed.” [Hint]
Revealed: the guest list for Friday’s Royal Wedding. See you there, Mr. Bean (a.k.a. Rowan Atkinson) and the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Raja Permaisuri Agong of Malaysia! [BBC]
Today in Paris://www.style.com/fashionshows/designerdirectory/ROCHAS/seasons/">Rochas designer Marco Zanini presented his latest collection for the house. He had his camera in hand as he and his sister, Miki, who works on styling the shows, prepared the shoes, the looks, and the girls, and asked and answered that all-important question: hat or no hat?
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For its Spring ’11 collection, Banana Republic sent its girls on a desert safari, picking up the seventies-YSL vibe that’s been in the air of late. But something’s blossoming in these hot climes. Among its accessories offerings, which also included oversized statement necklaces in metallic breastplate designs, creative director Simon Kneen created blooming canvas-flower brooches—a little Rochas Spring 2010, a little vintage Carrie Bradshaw. They’ll no doubt cost less at the register than Marco Zanini’s corsages did, so you can go ahead and make yourself a full bouquet—no green thumb required.