When it comes to parties, I believe that there are many girls will be exited and happy about this topic.Nowadays, the fashion and young ladies are very interested in those parties and they like to make friends with those they see in the parties.
Of course, there is an important reason why they love to take part in different kinds of parties is that they want to show the charm and beauty to the people no matter they know or not. So, a right piece of evening dress is a quite important segment of their guise. They will spend much time selecting a very very suitable evening dress for themselves before the day of the parties.If you still have not made the last decision of what you will wear at the party you will take part in soon, this evening dress enclosed above will be a nice choice for you. This delicate one strap wrinkled mini length colomn top cocktail dress is special with the design of the surface of the fabric. The anomalous ribbons which covers the whole dress is very eye-catching and attractive.What`s more, this piece of evening dress is a short one, which is very popular among the people who often take part in different kinds of parties.
Hope those who like parties have a nice time with their gorgeous evening dresses.
At the local time 26th Feburary, 2012, the 84th Academy Awards was held in Hollywood and Highland Center. Many famous movie stars took part in this Academy Awards. Without any hesitation, The red carpet of this Academy Awards is a perfect place for those fashion ladies to show their beautiful side to the public.
As the only one Chinese movie star who was invited to the Academy Awards, Li Bing Bing chose a evening dress of Spring and Summer 2012 customized from Georges Chakra, which is the second time that Li chose this brand after the Cannes Film Festival 2011.This top evenign dress is so light that it is under one tael. The white stereoscopic petals is thin as the paper-cut, and light as the feather. At the same time, the incarnadine cut-out linellaes from leg to waust at both sides, are just like the slender necks of two swans that show the beautiful body shape of her.
As the same as Li Bing Bing, Cameron Diaz also chose a long evening dress. With this cheapest evening dress, Cameron Diaz is very elegant and glamorous. The mermaid design in the train of this evening dress shows the beautiful and slender body shape of her. What`s more, this piece of evening dress is very suitable for Cameron`s spiffy hair style.
Nowadays, more and more young people love to have cocktail parties with their friends and do something they like, such as chatting with each other about what happened recently and playing some interesting games. Although it may be a casual party, what you wear to attend is also an important thing for you to make decisions on if you want to draw attention from others. All in all, young ladies always want to be beatiful and attractive at anywhere they turn up. So, they will pay more attention to what they wear at these cocktail parties.
It will always be right when you choose to be an elegant one to show up in the public. If you decided to attract people by dressing up like this. The picture enclosed above may be one that you can refer to. This is absolutely a piece of dress which can make you look more elegant and exquisite than the people around you.
If you want to be a live wire at those various of cocktail parties, a mini dress will be suitable for you. This photo above is a good choice for you to refer to. What`s more, there are many colours of this dress, you can choose what colour you like to attend the cocktail parties.
Choosing a right and elegant cocktail dress that you like to take part in the cocktail parties, and to be the focus at the parties.
In recent years, the theme wedding has been the most popular form of weddings. Many couples decide to celebrate their wedding day by holding a wedding ceremony like this.
It cannot be more suitable to hold a princess style wedding ceremony if you had a dream to be a princess in your childhood. The colour pink and the aesthetic arrangement will make your dream come true and it will be a sweet and unforgettable wedding ceremony. When you stand out in such a nice place, you will be very charming and beatiful.
Endless seas, infinite sky, what a gorgeous time to have a wedding ceremony. With the congrats by relatives and friends, be the most beatific woman in your wedding day. Having the beutiful seas and sky to be the witness of your happy wedding and make your wedding ceremony a unique one.
If you have a keen sense of fashion and want to have your own fashion show, maybe you can make your wedding ceremony a fashion show after all the process. You can go through the wedding hall wearing your favourate fashion clothes and you can also invite your bridesmaid and friends to join you.That sounds very attractive, doesn`t it?
Theme wedding, being more and more popular among those who are going to have a special wedding ceremony, will be a main trend in the futrue. Have you decided what the theme of your wedding?
Etro is taking a singular position on its prints when creating a pattern for spring. The house, like others here in Milan, has felt the call of the Deco twenties. Yet Veronica Etro has rendered the prints that transpired from it in a relatively clean way, streamlining their motifs into a series of gorgeous flapper dresses, cut loose through the waist and falling into hems that fluttered with plisse layers, or as a border of slashed pleats, or ones that swished with silk fringing. Other dresses had pretty touches of strapes fade out around the shoulders, so that the prints didn’t look too two-dimensional. “There are only fashion dresses, really, few pants,” Etro went on to say. “And because they are so elaborate, you don’t really need any accessories.”
No accessories? Actually, Etro had plenty envelope purses in graphic formations of claret, seafoam, and shell pink, and a rather snazzily jazzy gold-and-black kitten-heel sandal—but you get her point. In a city that’s no stranger to ladling it on, the look that is dominating many of the collections this season—the highly decorative short dress that moves with softness and lightness, and doesn’t get much more adorned beyond that—delineates the new approach Milan is bringing to its usual concerns of exuberant artisanal handwork and detailing.
The workmanship is still there, it’s just getting treated with a gentler, subtler, and—if this doesn’t sound plain—more minimalist hand. That these prints accounted for this collection’s loveliest and liveliest moments is no surprise; and Etro worked hard to take them far beyond a clichéd replay of Art Deco tropes, referencing, amongst other inspirations, the work of 1920s Italian Futurist painter Fortunato Depero.
Jonny Johansson, the creative designer of Acne has long nursed a dream for the company to be more than a purveyor of cool denim, wanting it to be taken seriously as a name that can show what it can do on the runway: to be the little jeans label that could. So the Acne crew headed to London, and here they all are, a few seasons on, in a vast silver-mirrored room, showing that Acne can indeed do what Johansson always hoped it could, and rather brilliantly at that.
If Raf Simons went off down the classic-couture route, to startlingly chic effect, Johansson stayed within the tropes of street style, blowing up sweatshirts, biker leathers, track pants, and men’s shirts. Often they worked, and sometimes they didn’t, but here, for spring 2012, it all coalesced beautifully: partly because of his great color palette; partly because Johansson has learned to deflate the look and scale back the proportions of some of his designs; and partly because jeans of the faded-blue stonewashed or white cotton drill varieties played such a key role in the show.
Yet for all the proportion play, Johansson did that seemingly simple but often fiendishly elusive thing to achieve, especially thus far this season: give cool girls around the globe something new and fun to wear every day. From Acne next spring, that could mean a techno couture parka over a cocktail dress, or a leather skirt as buckled and zippered as any Perfecto, or loafers and flat ankle-strap sandals swishing with oversize tassels, which caused a little sigh of desire from more than one woman sitting near me every time they appeared.
Having moved from Paris little over a year ago, Olivier Theyskens is still a newbie by New York standards. And yet, it hasn’t taken him long to crack the code on the urban uniform around town, one that invariably boils down to a tweedy jacket, a slouchy tee, conceptual pants, heels, and a chic structured handbag. He made that look the sartorial stomping ground for Theyskens’ Theory this season, systematically manipulating what were very familiar clothes with his signature light hand.
It was in the sloping line of a white leather blazer, the rise and fall of linen cargo pants, and the subtle blink-and-you’ll-miss-them holographic stripes on a tweed pocket flap—an elevated approach to the everyday that puts Theyskens in a league of his own. And if you were wondering what might replace last season’s must-have billowing corduroys, the answer’s in a pair of faded jeans, elongated at the torso with an artfully dropped waist. Glistening like the shell of some exotic beetle, the iridescent green pants probably won’t have as much pulling power on the sales floor as those true blues, even if they outshone the endless stream of denim and gauzy concrete-colored knits in scope and imagination.
Admittedly some of the bankable staples bordered on the banal and could have been left in the showroom alongside those seven-inch platform heels. They’re the kind of shoes that have been stumbling across cobblestone streets outside Theory HQ in the Meatpacking District for far too long, and even the models showed signs of fatigue towards the end of the show. All the girls looked far happier—and chicer—when they marched out for the fashionable dressed in sturdy black combat boots.
Oscar de la Renta caught the optimism of the season in his exuberant show, and as ever he did it his way, from the wild Pre-Raphaelite hair because he was sick of looking at the models arriving for their fittings with depressing, lanky tresses to the “virtual” high-heeled booties and the main body of the shoe done in clear plastic. Anyway, the very show has feasted our eyes due to the gorgeous dresses and fabulous gowns.
Oscar opened with a ball gown, or at least a breezy summer take on one, with a skimpy bodice of black cotton lace and a billowing skirt of mustard taffeta. That cotton lace (in white, like the Sunday-best tablecloths on an Aeolian island) was used for sheath evening dresses that erupted into volume below the knee, and full-skirted sundresses—and floral elements cut out from it were luxuriously scattered over everything from Chanel-esque silk-tweed cardigan suits to Infanta ball gowns.
Oscar does insouciant luxe like no one else—a candy-pink Persian lamb cardigan over ivory Oxford bags, anyone? An ebony sequin cocktail frock shimmied with white tassels? A sleeveless top fronded with lime ostrich over citrus chiffon sarouel pants? Like the consummate couture-centric designer that he is, Oscar thinks above all about his client, and from this heady smorgasbord that runs the gamut from a silvered lamé Fortuny-pleat evening sheath to a Sissi of Austria ball dress in white faille wrapped in black tulle, there will be something for each of his front-row ladies from Nancy Kissinger to Marina Rust to Nicki Minaj.
It’s no secret that, after fashion, cinema is Scott Sternberg’s number one passion. The former Hollywood talent agent usually has a movie star or two on his mood board, and this season Diane Keaton in Woody Allen’s Manhattan played the leading role. “I wanted to take the spirit of the New York woman of that time and make it new—that interesting system of dressing,” he said. But Sternberg is based in Los Angeles, where the system of dressing is laid-back, an undone affair, far removed from the buttoned-up and quirky androgyny of Keaton, or any of the strong female characters you’ll find roaming the streets of New York City today for that matter.
Before moving to California, Sternberg called Ohio home, and as young man growing up in the Midwest, the prep schools and Ivy League colleges of the Northeast were something of a fantasyland for him. Indeed, the new collection was conceived as an idealized vision of that milieu. Which is why some of the sartorial tropes Sternberg has cherished in his own wardrobe for years—varsity jackets and vintage tie prints—found their way into these clothes, like double-breasted woolen coats with leather elbow patches, and khaki pants that nip at the ankle with ribbed cuffs. Adapting American sportswear classics like these for women, then adding his distinctive humorous twist—like a boiler suit covered in tiny ladybugs—is where Sternberg is at his best.
As this is the designer’s first full pre-fall collection, there are more practical reasons to make New York in the late 1970s a starting point. Back then, the seasons weren’t at the mercy of global warming or climate change—fall in New York was just that, a season of buttoning up with lighter layers, not unseasonably warm one minute and unbearably chilly the next. With that in mind, Sternberg’s lightweight, even-keeled system of dressing for pre-fall is as reassuring as those comforting traditional references. Besides Keaton’s charm, the other alluring character in Woody Allen’s Manhattan is the city itself. And Sternberg’s look carries from coast to coast.