Friday, December 29, 2017


1:Gilda&Pearl €102- 2:I.D.Sarrieri €75 -  3:Intimissimi €15.90 -  4:La Perla €80 -  5:Love Stories €30 - 6:Loveday London  €115 - 7:Maison Close €27.93 - 8:Marlies Dekkers €37 - 9:OVS €5.99 10:Yamamay €10.99

1:Calvin Klein €16 - 2:Accessorize €11 - 3:Agent Provocateur €65 - 4:Bluebella £18 - 5:Bordelle €134 - 6:Chantal Thomass €45 - 7:Else €81 - 8:Fleur of England £90 - 9:La Perla €170 - 10:Fleur du Mal €87
Fifi Chachnil Playsuit “Babyloo" silk Chiffon €434

Thursday, December 28, 2017


1:&OtherStories A lengthy dress crafted from a soft all-gold fabric that offers a wrap closure and a slightly shorter front €122 - 2:Diane von Furstenberg Sequined tulle midi dress€1,830 - 3: Cos Foiled Metallic dress €67 Coated with a light-catching metallic foil, this dress is made from a cotton jersey with a ribbed quality. A straight fit, it has long sleeves, a tightly ribbed round neck and raw-cut edges. - 4:Alice+Olivia Malin embellished boatneck dress €584 - 5:Top Shop Mirror Sequin Dress by Glamorous Petite 38,00 € 
1:Elizabeth and James Raquel metallic fil coupé silk-blend maxi dress€795 - 2:Haney Goldie asymmetric metallic silk-blend dress€1,940 - 3:Emilia Wickstead Metallic plissé-jersey midi dress€1,617 - 4:Gucci Crystal embroidered ribbed knit dress € 2.800 - 5:H&M-Abito glitter € 19,99

1:Jason Wu One-shoulder cutout velvet midi dress€2,565 - 2:Roland Muret Zodiac belted wrap-effect lamé gown€3,330 - 3:Rixo London Coco sequined tulle midi dress€406 - 4:Miss Selfridge Pink Extreme One Shoulder Shift Dress Was 64,00 € - 5:Max Mara Sequin dress embroidered on tulle €1,650.00
1:Miss Selfridge Silver Mirror Glitter Ruched Bodycon Dress 55,00 € - 2: Tom Ford One-shoulder sequined tulle gown€4,990 - 3:Top Shop One Shoulder Sequin Mini Bodycon Dress 34,00 € - 4:Yves Saint Laurent Gathered waist long sleeve mini dress in gold metallic jersey €1.990,00 - Zara Sequinned short dress €39.95

Wednesday, December 27, 2017


Enamel, gold, rubies earrings by Boucheron- Enamel and rose gold flora bracelet by Gucci-Stud earrings pink gold cut diamond cut pink opal by Choumet-Ring seal with pearl by Atelier VM- Leaf and bee in gold and diamond by Dior jewellery-Gold ring with ant by Frances Wadsworth Jones
Diamond and sapphire cicada ring by Boucheron-Eagle brooch by Buccellati-Gold snake necklace by Bulgari-White gold with diamonds butterfly by Chantecler-Hedgehog ring by Boucheron-Gold, silver rubies owl ring by De' Nobili

"Sous le sign du lion"gold ring by Chanel Jewellery-Spider ring in yellow gold, set with diamonds,a yellow sapphire and emerald by Chaumet-Gold panthers earrings by Cartier-White gold and diamonds lullaby brooch by Damiani-Enamel gold ring by Dior Jewellery

Enamel gold canary necklace by Atelier VM- Puppy and Kitty rings by Anabela Chan-Rose gold and diamonds bee and leaf earrings by Dior Jewellery-Rose gold snake bracelet with white diamond eyes and diamond on head by Nadine Ghosn-Panthère Cartier bracelet pink gold, lacquer, tsavorite garnet

Parrot brooch by Van Cleef&Arples-Spider brooch by Buccellati-Butterfly brooch by Tiffany-Winged fish brooches by Sevan Bıçakçı-Cats gold ring with diamond and emeralds by Boucheron- Tiffany &Co.Schlumberger hippocampus brooch 

Monday, December 25, 2017


Stella McCartney lace-trimmed stretch-silk bra €130 - Lace brief by I.D.Sarrieri €120 - Red Valentino silk dress with silver side stripe - Marco De Vincenzo Swarovski boots €2.100 - Vivetta collar €130 - Puma knee socks €12 - Gucci tartan hat €862 - Faux fur by House of Fluff €995

Left:gold-plated Swarovski crystal hair slide by Jennifer Behr €155  -  Right: gold-plated hair slide by Jennifer Behr €143

Thursday, December 21, 2017


Il 18 dicembre il Tribunale fallimentare di Alessandria respinge una seconda richiesta di concordato preventivo e decreta il fallimento della Borsalino.
Il mio articolo di ieri su Ladyblitz:

Giuseppe Borsalino

Wednesday, December 20, 2017


Oggi a Roma lo slow fashion tessera' nuove storie e nuovi racconti con lo slow travel.
Il nuovo brand d'abbigliamento Stella Tures inaugura il suo primo Concept Store, l'evento è organizzato in collaborazione con la storica Libreria del Viaggiatore.
Il brand, nasce lo scorso anno a Roma, grazie a un sogno tirato fuori dal cassetto, e all’incontro in Val di Tures, in Alto Adige, di tre donne, oggi compagne di viaggio, Stella (ideatrice e designer), Maria Cristina Tofani (con una lunga esperienza nel settore moda) e Francesca Occhipinti (formatasi nel mondo dell’arte) che hanno fatto del “movimento lento” la propria filosofia di vita.
 Passione per il “gioco delle trasformazioni” e “passione per la natura tout court” sono i due ingredienti essenziali su cui si costruisce l’intreccio narrativo del brand pensato da Stella.
Stella Tures sviluppa collezioni “sensoriali” che coniugano la raffinatezza dei tessuti naturali (ad esempio lana vergine, alpaca, seta di Como, cotone di qualità superiore, ma anche cotone organico e lana rigenerata), l’avanguardia dei tessuti tecnici, con la libertà delle forme.
 Attento ai processi di produzione, nel rispetto dell’ambiente e delle persone, il brand Stella Tures ha, quindi scelto, la sapienza della tradizione sartoriale, curando nei propri laboratori romani, la composizione dell’abito nel dettaglio e ispirandosi, per colori e tessuti, al mondo della natura e alle sue trasformazioni.
“Movimento sensoriale” la campagna lanciata per la collezione autunno inverno 2017/2018 sintetizza il credo di Stella Tures che vuole raccontare attraverso l’intreccio di memorie lontane e ispirazioni contemporanee, in una “natura” sospesa nel tempo, una donna in viaggio alla scoperta di sé e del proprio mondo, in cui, come sempre, il gioco delle trasformazioni diventa orizzonte e guida.
 Nel Concept Store in Via dei Gracchi 76 (quartiere Prati), tra legni naturali, spazi di luce bianca, le collezioni si presentano accompagnate da delicate fragranze, circondate dall’intelligenza creativa di oggetti di design che condividendo la filosofia “slow” di Stella.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017


Da Naomi a Gigi Hadid... la nuova Campagna Primavera/Estate 2018 di Versace punta sulle supermodelle che hanno cavalcato le scene negli ultimi trent'anni.
Il mio articolo su Ladyblitz:

Kaia Gerber - Gisele Bündchen - Cristy Turlington

Naomi Cambpell

Monday, December 18, 2017


Every year Pantone announces the ‘it’ colour for the coming year, and this year it is, Ultra Violet. Pantone 18-3838  is going to be the trendiest colour of 2018.
The Color of the Year is one moment in time that provides strategic direction for the world of trend and design. Enigmatic purples have also long been symbolic of counterculture, unconventionality, and artistic brilliance. Musical icons Prince, David Bowie, and Jimi Hendrix brought shades of Ultra Violet to the forefront of western pop culture as personal expressions of individuality.
Ultra Violet is also a contemplative colour, it being the colour relating to our spiritual connection, it can be very helpful for meditation and any spiritual matters.
Ultra Violet relates to self knowledge/ spiritual awareness. It is the union with your higher self, with spirituality, and your higher consciousness.
“We are living in a time that requires inventiveness and imagination,” Leatrice Eiseman, (executive director of the Pantone Color Institute) said. “From exploring new technologies and the greater galaxy, to artistic expression and spiritual reflection, intuitive Ultra Violet lights the way to what is yet to come.”

Gucci - Carolina Herrera - Rochas - Valentino - Rochas

Holly Fulton - Missoni - Rochas - Roksanda - Zadig&Voltaire

Friday, December 15, 2017


From Thursday, December 14 to March 2, 2018,  Gagosian is pleased to present photographs by Andreas Gursky, on view for the first time in Italy. Featuring works from the Bangkok series (2011), as well as the monumental Ocean VI (2010), the exhibition coincides with the tenth anniversary of the Rome gallery. 
Gursky has demonstrated that a photographer can make or construct—rather than simply take—photographs about modern life and produce them on the scale of epic painting. Just as history painters of previous centuries found their subjects in the realities of everyday life, he finds inspiration in his own spontaneous visual experience and through reports of global phenomena in the daily media. From initially using the computer as a retouching tool, he began exploring its transformative potential, sometimes combining elements of multiple shots of the same subject into an intricate yet seamless whole, at other times barely altering the image at all. The resulting pictures have a formal congruence deriving from a bold and edgy dialogue between photography and painting, representation and abstraction. 
 In spring of 2011, Gursky visited Bangkok and observed the Chao Phraya that flows through the city and empties into the Gulf of Thailand. In the Bangkok photographs, he depicts the flickering surface of the fast-flowing river at close range. The luminous ripples, captured in an expansive vertical format, echo the chromatic effects of Impressionism, or the bold compositions of the American postwar modernists. The river mutates endlessly, revealing a mercurial, iridescent pattern. This formal beauty, however, gives way to a toxic, scientific reality. Like urban waterways worldwide, Rome’s own Tiber included, the Chao Phraya is revealed by Gursky to be at once a dumping ground for all manner of manmade detritus (used condoms, mattresses, car tires); a crucible for natural disorder (dead fish and the pretty but devastating weed known as water hyacinth); and a reflecting, refracting mirror of the modern city in a constant state of flux. 
For the Oceans series, he sourced high-definition satellite photographs from which to generate his own interpretations of sea and land, consulting shoal maps to obtain the appropriate visual density. Dominated by the Atlantic, with Caribbean islands and parts of the North and South American coastlines visible in the outermost edges, Ocean VI underscores the vulnerability of the Earth’s continents as ocean levels rise at an increasing pace. Gursky’s photographs thus touch a topical nerve in contemporary life, symbolizing environmental threats on both a local and a global scale.
Bangkok VI

Bangkok IX

Bangkok VIII

Bangkok V

Bangkok III

Bangkok II

Ocean VI

Wednesday, December 13, 2017


Le piume come ornamento dal Paleolitico fino a mio articolo su Ladyblitz:

Down:Miu Miu-J.W.Anderson

Balenciaga-Calvin Klein-Alberta Ferretti-Calvin Klein-Sonia Rykiel

Top:Desigual-John Galliano
Down:Chanel-Ann Demeulemeester


Au Jour le Jour

Down:Jimmy Choo-Prada

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