Thursday, May 5, 2016


Colourful and freedom: this is the theme of  Chanel Cruise collection showed yesterday in Cuba. Eighty-nine male and female models, 25-minute show, including tweed, shorts, colorful stripes, l calf-lenght or mid-thigh, strictly flat shoes, bright colours, transparencies and sparkling, glittering panamas and berets; iconic is the t-shirt with "Viva Coco Libré" that release the meaning of all collection.
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Wednesday, May 4, 2016


Met Ball's red carpet:
The most beautiful:Charlotte Casiraghi in Gucci and Stacy Martin in Miu Miu, I also like the Alexa Chung's different outfit, the best Balmain dress is the most simple weared by Doutzen Kroes
A lot of silver dresses, Balmain had a big success, we sow many sparkling actress, but not all shining well, I like Jourdan Dunn in Balmain, Cindy Crawford in Balmain, Florence Welch in Gucci
Brie Larson in Proenza Schouler, Naomi Watts in Burberry, but I don't like Alessandra Ambrosio, Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner in Balmain, Naomi Campbell in Roberto Cavalli Couture and Rita Ora in Vera Wang. Rosie Huntinghton  Whiteley and Uma Thurman in ordinary cream dresses, but I think  that's better simple and ordinary than excessive and awful dresses.
The most pathetic: Madonna and Lady Gaga, I'll spare you the B-side's picture of Madonna, no-comment about  Moschino dresses weared by Nicki Minaj and Demi Lovato.  Katy Parry look like a witch with a dark and ornate Prada dress. All horrendous Louis Vuitton dresses are absolutely unsuitable to a red carpet.

Charlotte Casiraghi in Gucci - Stacy Martin in Miu Miu - Alexa Chung in Thakoon
Sienna Miller in Gucci . Doutzen Kroes in Balmain
Jourdan Dunn in Balmain - Cindy Crawford in Balmain - Florence Welch in Gucci
Brie Larson in Proenza Schouler - Naomi Watts in Burberry
Allison Williams in Peter Pilotto - Kendall Jenner in Versace - Poppy Delevigne in Marchesa
Taylor Swift in Louis Vuitton - Lucky Blue and Pyper America  Smith in H&M
Anna Wintour in Chanel - Lily-Rose Depp in Chanel - Elle Fanning in  Thakoon
Kate Bosworth in Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda - Kate Hudson in Versace
Bee Shaffer in Alexander McQUeen - Dakota Johnson in Gucci
 Jessica Chastain in Prada - Zoe Saldana in Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda
Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen - Kristen Stewart in Chanel - Mia Wasikowska in Prada
Lupita Nyong'o in Calvin Klein Collection- Rachel McAdams in Valentino
Beyoncé in Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci - Freida Pinto in Tory Burch - Katie Holmes in Zac Posen
Rosie Huntinghton-Whiteley in Ralph Lauren Collection - Uma Thurman in Tommy Hilfiger
Lady Gaga in Versace - Madonna in Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci  - Demi Lovato in Moschino
Kety Perry in Prada - Nicki Minaj in Moschino
Alessandra Ambrosio in Balmain - Kim Kardashian in Balmain - Kylie Jenner in Balmain
Naomi Campbell in Roberto Cavalli Couture - Rita Ora in Vera Wang
Alicia Vikander - Jennifer Connelly - Léa Seydoux - Miranda Kerr - Selena Gomez (all in Louis Vuitton)
Blake Lively in Burberry - Sarah Jessika Parker in Monse - Emma Stone in Prada
Irina Shayk  in Givenchy Haute Couture - Claire Danes in Zac Posen

Tuesday, May 3, 2016


When I was a child if I had to imagine a treasure chest full of precious objects I was thinking about a pirate chest, a music box with a rotating dancer, or I don't know why I imagined an Aladdin's lamp.
Now I add to these associations of ideas even a box full of precious cosmetics.
In V2-Vaccinium Medicamen  Staminalis  box by Glass Onion, ( Italian physio cosmetics research company)  there are two types of high efficiency products. Formulated with the highest concentration of active plant stem cells and substances with a powerful riedificante and regenerating action of facial skin.
-The Serum (to use once per week  morning and evening) is composed of pure vitamin C helped by Vitamin E, Betaine and stem cells.
-The emulsion (to use daily morning and evening), able to revitalize skin, is composed of broad-spectrum ingredients including Alfa-Lipolic acid, Palmitoyl, pentapeptide, DMAE, Ceramic, Retini palmitate, tocopheryl acetate, panthenol, ascorbyl phosphate, Kigelia Africana extracts, Centella Asiatica, Cranberry.
These products are completely petrolatum and parabens free.
The treatment lasts one month, I'm halfway through and honestly I find that my skin is brighter, compact and plumped. You do not often see the results so obvious.
This beauty box can not remain secret, every woman deserves to have it.
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 Quando ero bambina se dovevo immaginare uno scrigno pieno di oggetti preziosi mi veniva in mente un forziere dei pirati, un scatola con carillon e ballerina rotante, o chissà perché la lampada di Aladino. Ora aggiungo a queste associazioni di idee anche una scatola piena di preziosi prodotti cosmetici.
 Nella scatola V2-Vaccinium Medicamen della linea Staminalis della società italiana di ricerca fisiocosmetica Glass Onion ci sono due tipi di prodotti ad altissima efficacia. Formulati con la massima concentrazione di sostanze funzionali e di cellule staminali vegetali con una potente azione riedificante e rigenerante della pelle dl viso.
-Il siero (da usare una volta alla settimana mattina e sera) è un composto da vitamina C pura coadiuvato da Vitamina E, Betaina e cellule staminali.
-L'emulsione (da usare tutti i giorni mattina e sera), in grado di rivitalizzare ed elasticizzare la cute, è composta da ingredienti ad ampio spettro tra cui Acido Alfa-Lipolico, Palmitoil, Pentapeptide, D.M.A.E., Ceramici, Retini Palmitato, Tocoferil Acetato, Pantenolo, Ascorbil Fosfato, estratti di Kigelia Africana, Centella Asiatica, Mirtillo rosso.
Questi prodotti sono totalmente privi di petrolati e parabeni.
Il trattamento dura un mese, io sono a metà percorso e francamente mi accorgo che la mia pelle è più luminosa, compatta e rimpolpata. Non mi capita spesso di vedere dei risultati così evidenti.
Questo scrigno non può rimanere segreto, ogni donna merita di averlo.
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Monday, May 2, 2016


One, Kuboraum, with a minimalistic design, the other, Anna-Karin Karlsson, more eccentric. 
 Livio Graziottin, an artist and designer, and Sergio Eusebio, an anthropologist, cool hunter and stylist, started working together after meeting in Berlin. Some time later, on a trip to Italy, they encountered Antonio Pinyin, an engineer with experience in the eyewear business, and the follow afternoon they drew up the first Kuboraum collection on paper.they work on concepts rather than seasons, they are free from any seasonal trends. Their collection is made up of many concepts and one identity, so sometimes they add to their collection with new models of an existing concept, or a new concept altogether.
Anna-Karin Karlsson is Swedish, she started to work in the oldest and one of the most renowned opticians in London, she developed a deep understanding of the artisanal work. The designer's vision and style originates from the juxtaposition of music, art and the theatrical. In 2010 Anna-Karin moved to a cottage in the Swedish countryside to create couture eyewear. Animals, flowers and three-dimensional prints decorate heavy graphic frames.
Left: Kuboraum - Right: Anna-Karin Karlsson

Anna-Karin Karlsson


Anna-Karin Karlsson


Friday, April 29, 2016


Itcouldbemine is a box of visions. It is a Berlin-based online shop, with a handpicked assortment of second season, second hand and vintage clothing for men and women. They select only exclusive, high quality pieces in perfect condition, and they base their choice on extensive investigation. You could trace back the visual references to important designers and style icons, who left a foot print in the history of fashion and street fashion. Of course, this delicious slice of vision is noticeably spiced up with their personal preferences.
 Apart from access to exclusive brand clothing, through Itcouldbemine they shape a unique image sourcing for photographers, stylists, designers, art directors, hair and makeup artists across creative and fashion industries.
 From April 29th itcouldbemine opens a temporary space for spring-summer 2016. 
They partnered up with legendary boutique Rianna in Berlin, so, if you are in Berlin, you must to go find at their location in the heart of Mitte: Große Hamburger Strasse 25, Berlin. You can find the new selection of items and accessories before it even shows up in the online store. Every piece that they show is unique. The repertoire of the labels goes from Jil Sander, Pronza Schouler, Balenciaga, Comme des Garcons, to Maison Martin Margiela, Prada, Miu Miu, Dries Van Noten, Marni and many more. But first and foremost they paid attention to fabrics, cuts, shapes and colors. They based their selection on two cornerstones: love and knowledge.
Itcouldbemine è una scatola visionaria. Si tratta di un negozio on-line con sede a Berlino, con un assortimento di abiti di seconda mano, abbigliamento vintage per uomini e donne. Selezionano solo pezzi di alta qualità in perfette condizioni, e basano la loro scelta su un'ampia ricerca accompagnata ovviamente dalle loro preferenze personali.  A parte l'accesso a marchi esclusivi, attraverso Itcouldbemine  si forma una immagine unica di sourcing per i fotografi, stilisti, designer, art director, parrucchieri e truccatori attraverso le industrie creative e della moda.
Dal 29 aprile itcouldbemine apre un temporary-space per la primavera-estate 2016.
In collaborazione con la leggendaria boutique Rianna, quindi, se siete a Berlino, andate a fare un giro in questo  temporary-shop nel cuore di Mitte: Große Hamburger Strasse 25, Berlino.
È possibile trovare la nuova selezione di articoli e di accessori anche on-line. Ogni pezzo è unico. Il repertorio dei marchi va da Jil Sander, Pronza Schouler, Balenciaga, Comme des Garcons, Maison Martin Margiela, Prada, Miu Miu, Dries Van Noten, Marni e molti altri. Ma prima di tutto si presta attenzione ai tessuti, tagli, forme e colori.  La loro selezione i basa su due capisaldi: l'amore e la conoscenza.

Thursday, April 28, 2016


I want to share with you the pictures of these beautiful dresses by Paul Poiret. These dresses are more than a century years old, but they are absolutely eternal.
Paul Poiret dominated the world of fashion in the early twentieth century. Not only did he introduce a radically simplified female silhouette, but he also pioneered the sale of women's clothes tighter with lifestyle accessories such as perfume and decorative objects for the home.
Known in America as the "King of Fashion", he liberated women from constriction undergarments, most significantly from the corset, which had shaped the female form almost without interruption for hundreds of years. In so doing, he revolutionised dressmaking by shifting its emphasis away from the skills of tailoring to those based on the skills of draping. He advocated dresses that hung from the shoulder, pioneering such styles as the chemise, which he introduced as early as 1911.
beyond his technical innovation, Poiret established the blueprint of the modern fashion business. he founded a perfume and cosmetics company, as well as decorative arts company. In forming these enterprises, he became the first designer to relate fashion to interior design and to promote a "total lifestyle". 
Poiret's designs reflected the dominant artistic discourses of the early twentieth century, most notably orientalist.

 Voglio condividere con voi le foto di questi bellissimi vestiti di Paul  Poiret. Questi abiti hanno più di un secolo,  ma sono assolutamente eterni.  Paul Poiret ha dominato il mondo della moda agli inizi del XX secolo. Non solo ha introdotto una silhouette femminile radicalmente semplificata, ma ha anche aperto la strada alla vendita di abiti femminili correlati ad accessori di lifestyle come profumi e oggetti decorativi per la casa. Conosciuto in America come "il re della moda", ha liberato le donne dal corsetto che aveva plasmato la silhouette femminile quasi ininterrottamente per centinaia di anni. Così facendo, ha rivoluzionato la sartoria spostando l'accento sulle competenze eccezionali nell'arte del drappeggio. Ha lanciato abiti con le spalle morbide e la camicia, che ha introdotto già nel 1911. Oltre la sua innovazione tecnica, Poiret ha istituito il progetto del  business della moda. ha fondato una società di profumi e cosmetici. Nel formare queste imprese, è diventato il primo stilista a mettere in relazione la moda al design d'interni e a promuovere uno "stile di vita totale".
Il disegn di Poiret rifletteva i filoni artistici dominanti del primo Novecento, in particolare l'orientalismo. 

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


Not long hair, not short hair, but cut somewhat blunt and just above the shoulders, a touch shorter in the back. Long bob, or lob, as it is commonly referred to, has been dubbed the hairstyle of the year.
This cut works on straight and wavy hair. It's a versatile cut because you can wear it wavy or flat-ironed.
Find the perfect variation for you in the gallery below.
 Nè lunghi né corti, ma tagliati un po 'smussati e appena sopra le spalle, un tocco più corto nella parte posteriore. Long bob, o lob, come viene comunemente chiamato, è stata eletta l'acconciatura dell'anno. Questo taglio funziona su capelli lisci e mossi. Si tratta di un taglio versatile perché si può scegliere tra ondulati o stirati.
Trova la variante perfetta per te nella gallery qui sotto.
my long-bob haircut 
My favorite long-bob haircut:
Alexa Chung - Emilia Clarke - Emily Blunt

Reese Witherspoon - Keira Knightley - Rosie Huntinghton-Whiteley

Jennifer Lawrence - Emma Stone - Emma Watson

Jourdan Dunn - Karlie Kloss - Rosamund Pike

Naomi Watts - Zoe Kravitz - Gigi Hadid

Gwyneth Paltrow - Jessica Alba - Jennifer Aniston

Sofia Coppola - Jenuary Jones - Kate Mara

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