one of the best shots i have seen in a while.
As 2010 draws to a close, it's time to reflect on the past 12 months and the fashion moments that have defined a year in style. (via style.com)
From Tom Ford’s return to womenswear and Lanvin’s collection for H&M to Giles Deacon's appointment at Ungaro, this has been a year of newsworthy highs and tragic lows - Alexander McQueen died in February and Corinne Day passed away in August.
Domenico Dolce and
Their 50th Dolce & Gabbana collection was a romantic and poetic salute to their heritage of clothes for the sensual woman, both dressed and undressed.
The show was staged in the old Metropole Theatre, where Maria Callas once sang, which is now a Dolce & Gabbana headquarters.
A total of 75 models, wearing variations on tailored black jackets over black satin and lace corsetry, formed a dramatic visual encapsulation of the brand's tradition, walking against a backdrop of black-and-white footage of the work done in the studio to bring the collection to fruition.
The collection was as much a romantic homage to the duo's strong feminine ideal, as it was about a shared, enduring passion for designing beautiful clothes.
Called 'Sartorialita, Sicilianita, Sensualita', the collection, for next autumn/winter, revisited the brand's signatures of tailoring, corsetry, leopard and rose-print, and the age-old black garb of the Sicilian woman, updated in knits, lightweight silks and stretch fabrics.
Taylor Reeve, the graphic artist behind ‘Taylor Says,’ hand paints her brand of street art on all kinds of canvases. Known for her unique style, her hidden pop art stilettos boasts one-of-a-kind artwork on the insoles. Fun and funky, these hidden pop art stilettos certainly put the killer in super spiked heels!This Long Beach, California-based graphic artist also designs for action sports product companies as well as the custom bike builder, Jesse Rooke. Her sojourn into ultra feminine footwear certainly proves her design style has fans from both genders.