Late summer kaleidoscope

Last Updated on December 15, 2021 dress Mojca Makuc, bag Marjeta Grošelj The first half of summer I only wore black dresses, not intending to make any kind of statement other than that I think all-black ensembles look terrific in +35 degrees Celsius (especially if you manage not to sweat too much). In August, however, ... Read more

Kenzo's voyage around the world

Last Updated on October 17, 2010 Kenzo toga dress of bourette silk: supple drapes, restrained colors and simple lines, of Ancient Roman inspiration, Spring/Summer 1983 Travel has been the biggest source of inspiration for Kenzo Takada since the very get-go of his career. After he had read in a scholarly text that traditional costumes from ... Read more

Anna Dello Russo: How fashion blogs made her a style icon

Last Updated on December 15, 2021 If Anna Dello Russo were in her early twenties today, she would be a fashion blogger, covering only the freshest trends from Paris, Milan and New York runways for as soon as an item has hit boutiques worldwide to be sold to the masses, it becomes a has-been (she ... Read more

Mirror shoes for the postmodern Cinderella

Last Updated on January 30, 2013 It is always juxtapositions that leave the longest-lasting impressions in fashion; seeing seemingly unrelated ideas fused into a seamless, plausible finish ticks your brain and makes you wonder why you never thought of the connection before. You cannot deny these shoes their glamour, but the glass is broken into ... Read more