Friday, February 28, 2014

MILAN STREET STYLE-GALLERIA VITTORIO EMANUELE

                                                                                                                           photo:Metello De Fazio

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

ROAD TO NOWHERE

                                                                                                                                     photo:Luigi Sauro




50's double cady silk dress, Ibici tights, vintage boots, vintage red leather belt
Abito doppio cady anni '50, collant Ibici, anfibi vintage, cintura pelle rossa vintage

CIRCULAR DRESSES
Bottega Veneta

Prada

Ports 1961

Lanvin

Ermanno Scervino

Aquilano Rimondi

Rochas
Related Article:http://www.scostumista.com/2014/02/circular-dress.html

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

CIRCULAR DRESS







CLOSET CASTLE di Annapaola Brancia d'Apricena

Renewed findings from the coffer of a castle
Dal baule di un castello ritrovamenti e riadattamenti




50's double cady silk dress
Abito doppio cady anni '50
RANDOM INSPIRATIONS


1952
1940



Jaques Fath

Monday, February 24, 2014

MILAN STREET STYLE-TRUSSARDI SHOW


                                                                                                                          photo:Metello De Fazio

Friday, February 21, 2014

LA RAI RACCONTA L'ITALIA 1924-2014

The exhibition "la Rai racconta l'Italia" at the Vittoriano in Rome opens with the exhibition of clothes created by the great costume designers and skilled fashion designers.  Rai history of costume is closely connected with the evolution of fashion. This selection compares the work of fashion designers and costume designers for the creation of the television character. Oscar awards  Danilo Donati, Piero Tosi, Piero Gherardi, designers such as Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Mila Schön, and masters of the variety as Corrado Colabucci  and Luca Sabatelli, have lent their art for the TV show.

 La mostra "la Rai racconta l'Italia" al Vittoriano di Roma si apre proprio con l'esposizione degli abiti creati da grandi costumisti e abili stilisti. La storia del costume in Rai è strettamente connessa con l'evoluzione della moda. Questa selezione mette a confronto il lavoro di stilisti e costumisti per la creazione del personaggio televisivo. Premi Oscar come Danilo Donati, Piero Tosi, Piero Gherardi, stilisti come Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Mila Schön, e maestri del varietà come Corrado Colabucci e Luca Sabatelli, hanno prestato la loro arte per lo spettacolo televisivo.
Luca Sabatelli per Heather Parisi 1984

16-Mila Schön su disegno di Corrado Colabucci per Milva 17-Enrico Rufini per Gigliola Cinquetti

Piero Gherardi per Mina 1967


Armani Privè per Andrea Osvart 2008
dietro Corrado Colabucci per Mina 1975


Foto sin:Corrado Colabucci su ispirazione di Loris Azaro per Raffaella Carrà 1971-Donato Citro per il corpo di ballo "Tale Quale" 2013
Foto ds:Corrado Colabucci sigla Canzonissima per Raffaella Carrà 1971- Corrado Colabucci sigla Canzonissima per Loretta Goggi 1972

Piero Gherardi per Mina 1967

Corrado Colabucci per Alice ed Ellen Kessler 1969

Silvana Pantoni per Sandra Mondaini metà anni '70

Corrado Colabucci per Patti Pravo 1969 e per Raffaella Carrà 1975

Patty Pravo
Sabatelli per Raffaella Carrà

Luca Sabatelli per Heather Parisi 1983

Corrado Colabucci per Milly Carlucci 1992- Luca Sabatelli per Heather Parisi 1983
Folco per Rita Pavone 1964

Aquilano Rimondi per Luciana Lettizietto

Thursday, February 20, 2014

FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER:BARON ADOLF DE MEYER

Baron Adolf De Meyer was born in Paris, he was the first official fashion photographer for the American magazine Vogue and Vanity Fair in 1913, a post he abruptly abandoned in 1923 to work for rival Harper's Bazaar, he was meticulous, eccentric, a dandy, an arbiter of taste and trends who immortalized the first three decades of twentieth-century society and shaped the genre of fashion photography. De Meyer married Olga Caracciolo, an Italian noblewoman, and Olga would be the subject of many of her husband's photographs. The de Meyers' marriage was one of marriage of convenience rather than romantic love, since the groom was homosexual and the bride was bisexual or lesbian. Meyer wrote "Marriage based too much on love and unrestrained passion has rarely a chance to be lasting, whilst perfect understanding and companionship, on the contrary, generally make the most durable union."
 On the outbreak of World War I, the de Meyers moved to New York City, where he became a photographer for Vogue from 1913–21, and for Vanity Fair. In 1922 de Meyer accepted an offer to become the Harper's Bazaar chief photographer in Paris, spending the next 16 years there. De Mayer began doing flattering photographs of Belle Époque aristocrats, actors, financiers, and industrialists. His portraits of the sparkling beauties of the fin de siècle Smart Set were his calling card to a position and profession in Edwardian society. He introduced the use of dramatic lighting, of a male model, and of two or more models in the same picture. His influences included the Impressionists, and the Symbolist artists Klimt and Watts, as well as Whistler. A great manipulator of light and shadow, he also veiled his lens in gauze, extensively used backlighting, inserted light sources in unexpected places, and retouched directly on the negative.
 In the 1920s, the de Meyers returned to Europe. As they aged, it is reported, they became increasingly dependent on cocaine and opium. The baron’s career deteriorated as younger photographers, armed with the new 35mm camera, began stepping out of the confines of the studio and scoffing at the soft-focus lens. After Olga died, de Meyer destroyed much of his work and adopted his young lover as his son. He dies in Beverly Hills penniless and forgotten in Hollywood.

Jeanne Eagels

Elizabeth Arden-Advertisement-1926

Gloria Swanson

1921 Baron de Meyer, Ballerina Desiree Lubovska Desiree Lubovska standing by a window, wearing a dark dress in Georgette crepe, with fringed waist, by Jean Patou

Elizabeth Arden-Advertisement-1926


Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney -AmericanVogue1917

Nijinsky in L'après-midi d'un faune - 1912

Vogue 1921


Wednesday, February 19, 2014

SONIA RYKIEL VINTAGE SWEASHIRT

Sweatshirts combined with kilts, silks, leathers, feathers..a street style also for evening.

                                                                                                                              photo:Zeno Giusti





80's sweatshirt by Sonia Rykiel, pleated skirt by Pinko, Calzedonia soaks, Ink shoes (http://www.inkshoes.it), Maria Lampo-Positano hat, vintage sunglasses

SWEATSHIRT ON CATWALK
Clements Ribeiro

Alexander Wang

3.1 Phillip Lim

Chanel

Lanvin

Reed Krakoff
Related Article:http://www.scostumista.com/2014/02/a-preppy-sweatshirt.html
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