Home " Fashion News Dries van Noten: Pastel Footwear for Spring 2011 | The Fashion Spot Submitted by admin on January 10, 2011 – 2:17 am No Comment Dries van Noten: Pastel Footwear for Spring 2011 by Dylana SuarezNov 9th, 2010 Tweet Winter is here, and while all we can think about is staying...

I have been waiting with baited breath to see what Dries Van Noten had in store for Fall/Winter 2011, and he certainly did not disappoint. I agree wholeheartedly with Sarah Mower (vogue.com): "Watching a Dries Van Noten show sometimes has a slow-burn effect: It starts off seeming like nothing...

The most stunning example was a delicate 1949 bustier dress by Christian Dior, entirely covered by precious pastel flowers confronted to Raf Simon's 2012 version of the garment, which he turned into a profound black piece worn by Natalie Portman in the Miss Dior ad, all was united: patrimony,...

his Mugler Follies that draw on his 'Hollywood glamour meets sci-fi' aesthetic and costumes. The fashion designer had been absent for a few years and will, therefore find, with his production, a new way of acknowledging his fashion fans as well as new spectators, cabaret lovers. Costume...

The garment highlights the English couturier, often rewarded as being the father of Haute Couture: there can be something quite ironic for French people to discover that what seems so inextricably French (or should we say Parisian) has been invented by a foreigner, moreover an Englishman!...

The dark side of 1900's Parisian life is supposedly demonstrated with references to morphine and brothels. I must admit I did not find the rendering of Paris' dark side that dark: the scenography privileged humour and a certain glamour with portraits of the city's legendary courtesans that...

Initiated by the Musée des Beaux Arts of Montreal in 2011, the display has since travelled in numerous cities such as San Francisco, London or Madrid: surely lucky readers of Worn Through have managed to visit this exhibition. Within the different reviews I have read I have been appalled by...

This weekend ended the Parisian art fair entitled Art Paris. I regularly attend art fairs in order to discover new artists and also take note of the trends of the art market. As I passed by the De Buck Gallery's space, I was attracted by a hanging shirt splattered with paint. The art work was...

" At the time, I discovered with much surprise that no retrospective had ever been dedicated to Jeanne Lanvin and what a major impact she had have not only on fashion but on building a whole lifestyle brand. When I learnt about the Palais Galliera's exhibition, despite suffering from a slight...

Such photographers as Cecil Beaton, Baron de Meyer or Edward Steichen proposed glamorous 'mise-en-scène' within which high society figures and models mingled into a stylish atmosphere where chic made one between photography, fashion and design. With 'Fiction', the display highlights how...

 

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