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missladyfinger:

MANICURE MUSE: Rodarte Fall ‘13
Prediction: tie dye will be huge this festival season thanks to Rodarte’s Fall collection. Get it here first with tie dye Ladyfingers. 

missladyfinger:

MANICURE MUSE: Rodarte Fall ‘13

Prediction: tie dye will be huge this festival season thanks to Rodarte’s Fall collection. Get it here first with tie dye Ladyfingers

tardthegrumpycat:

The Daily Grump | November 20, 2012

(via realgrumpycat)

aclockworkpink:

Oscar de la Renta F/W 2009, New York Fashion Week

aclockworkpink:

Oscar de la Renta F/W 2009, New York Fashion Week

justinetaylor:

Home of Daniel Lowe, photography by Bethany Nauert

justinetaylor:

Home of Daniel Lowe, photography by Bethany Nauert

vicforprez:

TruthGif by http://thedailydoodles.tumblr.com/
nicolaformichetti:

Paris morning #morningrun #beauty  (at Place de la Concorde)

nicolaformichetti:

Paris morning #morningrun #beauty (at Place de la Concorde)

womensweardaily:

The Sex Factor: Fashion in the Mood

Whether obviously sexy clothes come naturally is another story. “It’s hard for me. I cannot tell a lie,” says Vera Wang. She took a considered approach to the spring collection’s slimmed-down, sheer look. Wang tends toward layers and avant-garde cuts, but this was simplified, beginning with a fitted jacket over a womanly, full skirt and ending with a lean, sheer, embroidered column gown with a V-neck. “I hope I found my own translation of [sexy], because it is important. And I’m not just talking Hollywood. I’m talking life. I’m talking my daughters, even.”Whereas many designers, such as Hernandez and McCollough, leave the classically sexy stuff—known as “understandable” in fashion parlance—in the showroom, Wang used her spring show to make a statement, proof that she knows how to do sexy clothes. As she puts it, “Back at the ranch, there are other things I’m more known for—the more loose, relaxed, draped work tops—but not on the runway.”
[above: Vera Wang RTW Spring 2013]

womensweardaily:

The Sex Factor: Fashion in the Mood

Whether obviously sexy clothes come naturally is another story. “It’s hard for me. I cannot tell a lie,” says Vera Wang. She took a considered approach to the spring collection’s slimmed-down, sheer look. Wang tends toward layers and avant-garde cuts, but this was simplified, beginning with a fitted jacket over a womanly, full skirt and ending with a lean, sheer, embroidered column gown with a V-neck. “I hope I found my own translation of [sexy], because it is important. And I’m not just talking Hollywood. I’m talking life. I’m talking my daughters, even.”

Whereas many designers, such as Hernandez and McCollough, leave the classically sexy stuff—known as “understandable” in fashion parlance—in the showroom, Wang used her spring show to make a statement, proof that she knows how to do sexy clothes. As she puts it, “Back at the ranch, there are other things I’m more known for—the more loose, relaxed, draped work tops—but not on the runway.”

[above: Vera Wang RTW Spring 2013]

yourmothershouldknow:

Marie Claire Sudáfrica Diciembre 2012
Ajak Deng por Marguerite Oelofse.
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Marie Claire South Africa December 2012
Ajak Deng by Marguerite Oelofse.

yourmothershouldknow:

Marie Claire Sudáfrica Diciembre 2012

Ajak Deng por Marguerite Oelofse.

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Marie Claire South Africa December 2012

Ajak Deng by Marguerite Oelofse.

coffee-espresso:

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