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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Houndstooth Painting

Here's a painting I did for my sister using the concept of houndstooth.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Same for Less

This men's topman shirt has a cool star print and it is only $40. What's even more interesting is how much less it cost than a shirt with similar design made by Vivienne Westwood, pictured below, that is $155. If you would like this all black topman shirt click here for details

More Looks

Here are some looks for women this fall available for purchase:
Marled Sweater for $158 by A/X CLICK HERE

White and Black pleated front blouse for $98 CLICK HERE

One Shoulder Contrast Tank for $88 CLICK HERE

New shirts

Here are some nice men's shirts out now available for purchase:
Get this awesome zig zag print shirt by A/X for just $68 by Clicking Here

Grasp the look of the 90's with this topman blue shape print shirt for just $55 by Clicking Here

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Bleaching Shirts

Another popular trend now is wearing bleached shirts. I did some research on the process of bleaching a shirt and stumbled on a video that gives direction on the steps to take to bleach a shirt that you own in your closet; Check out the video in this post; the guy in the video is kind of goofy but he gives good information on how to bleach shirts in a cool way.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Fashion Icons

I decided to go back in history to find out which people inspired certain looks we see today and here's a short list of what I've come across:

Legendary model Twiggy was the popular face and trendsetter starting during the mid 60s. Twiggy was known for her lashes and inspiring the look of mod with her small frame.

Grace Jones model actress and singer was popular in the 80s. She inspired women dressing in masculine clothing and very edgy looks.  Grace was very noted for the huge range of hats she rocked.

Michael Jackson, the pop star, inspired many trends beginning in the 80s such as leather pants, leather jackets, penny loafers, vibrant jackets, aviator shades, and fingerless gloves.

Madonna also was a big trendsetter starting in the 80s. She inspired leggings, religious jewelry, and the trend of wearing many bracelets on one arm.

Monday, September 9, 2013

List of 100 Designers

Here's a comprised list of 100 great timeless designers:
  1. Gucci
  2. Fendi
  3. Roberto Cavalli
  4. Versace
  5. Ferragamo
  6. Giorgio Armani
  7. Dsquared2
  8. Coach
  9. Ralph Lauren
  10. Moschino
  11. Maison Martin Margiela
  12. Yves Saint Laurent
  13. D&G
  14. Costume National
  15. Vera Wang
  16. Burberry
  17. Vivienne Westwood
  18. Diesel
  19. Prada
  20. Louis Vuitton
  21. Chanel
  22. Valentino
  23. Marc Jacobs
  24. Gstar
  25. Christian Dior
  26. Tom Ford
  27. Hermes
  28. Tory Burch
  29. John Galliano
  30. H&M
  31. Calvin Klein
  32. Jil Sander
  33. Jimmy Choo
  34. Missoni
  35. Paul Marciano
  36. John Varvatos
  37. Comme des Garcons
  38. Jean de Castelbajac
  39. Fossil
  40. Cartier
  41. Brooks Brothers
  42. Yohji Yamamoto
  43. Bally
  44. Topman
  45. Rag & Bone
  46. Ted Baker
  47. Lacoste
  48. Jcrew
  49. Express
  50. Banana Republic
  51. Swarovski
  52. Adidas
  53. Puma
  54. Nike
  55. Theory
  56. 7 for all mankind
  57. Donna Karen
  58. Rolex
  59. CNC
  60. Just Cavalli
  61. Armani Jeans
  62. Armani Exchange
  63. Class by Roberto Cavalli
  64. Lanvin
  65. Givenchy
  66. James Perse
  67. Jean Paul Gautier
  68. Gant
  69. Paul Smith
  70. Ann Demeulemeester
  71. Ermenegildo Zegna
  72. Vilebrequin
  73. 21 Forever
  74. The Limited
  75. T by Alexander Wang
  76. Moncler
  77. Jack Spade
  78. Shipley & Halmos
  79. 55 DSL
  80. Denim & Supply
  81. Gypsy
  82. INC international concepts
  83. Kenneth Cole
  84. Hugo Boss
  85. Perry Ellis
  86. Betsy Johnson
  87. French Connection
  88. Marc by Marc Jacobs
  89. Vince
  90. McQ
  91. Oscar de la Renta
  92. St. John
  93. Diane Von Furstenberg
  94. Fred Perry
  95. The North Face
  96. Volcom
  97. Balenciaga
  98. Tiffany
  99. Barneys
  100. Neiman Marcus

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Camo Pumas

Here's a cool pair of sneakers to add to your shelf. These men's MMQ Slipstream Camo Mid Sneakers are inspired by Tokyo street wear. These sneakers can definitely be worn year round based on the craftsmanship. To purchase and get a full description of the product CLICK HERE. By the way the price of these shoes are only $120.