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C O L L E C T I O N - T R E N D SDate: Sunday 07 Nov 2010 | actualidad moda, fashion news
Taking inspiration from London Fashion Week, we proudly introduce the Autumn/Winter 2010 Trend Collection, with tips on how to recreate the styles plus the influencial looks from the runways themselves.
The Autumn/Winter 2010 Trend Collection sees blonde, lavender and blues hues upon a blonde base with softer, pastel highlights and a brunette base with vivid highlights to expose a glacial interpretation of the color technique.
The artful color placement created by Joico accentuates the focal points of each cut, setting off the best features of each model.
Consulting and diagnosis by Humberto Star
The Best Clothes for a Night on the TownDate: Sunday 04 Apr 2010 | fashion news
Bright colors, slim-cut suits, and 24-hour party people.
From left: Shirt by Etro, tie by Alexander Olch, pants by Marc by Marc Jacobs. Dress by Opening Ceremony by Pendleton, bra by Dolce & Gabbana, sandals by Christian Louboutin, bangles by Alexis Bittar. Shirt and pants by Prada, tank top by Hanes, shoes by Dries Van Noten. Shirt and pants by Yves Saint Laurent, tie by BOSS Orange, belt by Michael Bastian. Louis Vuitton. Top by BOSS Orange, shorts by Club Monaco.
Blazer, shirt, and pants by Versace. Tie by Alexander Olch. Shoes by Louis Vuitton. Socks by Punto.
From left: Dress by Marc by Marc Jacobs, bra by Eres. Emporio Armani. Dior Homme.
Dolce & Gabbana.
Rules of Style: Consuelo CastiglioniDate: Monday 21 Jul 2008 | fashion news
The creative director at Marni on male vanity, the importance of modern suits, and the perils of ugly shoes.
A man has to discover his own taste and then base his sartorial decisions on that—you shouldn’t buy something because you saw it on TV. You need to feel at ease in your clothes or you risk being a bit ridiculous.
I like a guy in a suit that’s cut a little smaller—slightly shorter, with smaller lapels. Inside, the jacket should have beautiful finishing that only the guy wearing it notices.
Italian men are very vain, even if they won’t admit it. They care about their style.
Not everyone looks good in a tuxedo. It’s important to look at proportions and find one that fits you well.
Shoes define the kind of man you are. They should never be too trendy or showy but lean toward the classic. There are a lot of ugly shoes out there, and they can ruin even the most sophisticated attire.
A little bit of chivalry always makes a woman happy. You shouldn’t exaggerate, but I do like it when a man holds the door open for me. I think, Okay, this guy has manners and knows how to comport himself.
When it comes to wearing color, you need to be a bit careful—a bit more traditional. A man should look sophisticated and refined, and color can sometimes get in the way. You have to be moderate.
Men can carry bags as long as they are masculine, like a tote or an attaché case. Look for a sturdy canvas or handsome leather one, maybe with a raw finish. A bag should be functional and practical.
Clothes don’t necessarily render a man sexy—his attitude and his nature do. For me, someone who is not classically handsome but has a lot of charm is more attractive than a really good-looking guy with no personality.
My husband’s style is classic, but he’ll occasionally wear a Marni sweater or sneakers with a suit or try a jacket that’s slightly shorter, and it works for him. My son is more daring. The most important thing is to be yourself.
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