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xxxx Adoro o lookbook Outono/Inverno 2011 de Peter Jensen com Tenesse Thomas e Diva Dompe, fotografado em LA por Autumn de Wilde e styling de Shirley Kurata. Imagens inspiradoras na veia da nouvelle vague dos filmes franceses ou não fosse ele inspirado no filme de Jean-Luc Godard Une...

Celebrated American designer Thom Browne presents the new Oxford Sleeve Stripe Shirt as a part of his upcoming Spring/Summer 2013 collection. Appearing in lightweight white cotton, the button-down sees two sets of red and blue oxford cloth stripes around the left sleeve. Ahead of the new...

André Saraiva has collaborated with French brand Saint James on a monogrammed version of their famous 100-year-old striped shirt. Interview reports: "As a little kid, I would go to Brittany to the sea, I would go to the old fishermen stores, and always grab a few Saint James winter sweaters,...

The vertical stripe has been neglected as of late – what with everyone fussing over the breton stripe. So it's nice to see some designers bringing a Voodoo Child style slight return to the vertical stripe shirt, even if everyone's still in love with the Breton. This one from Penny Stock is...

Striped and jacquard women wear was always and still a favorite fashion trend as it suits all tastes, gives a beautiful and elegant look and most of all it suits all body shapes. Striped shirts and blouses come with many colors so as to give a cheerful look and satisfy all tastes. They can...

Known for their century old striped shirt, the design is based on the 21 striped Naval II shirt. André's influence encompasses his signature pink Mr. A as well as a red and blue sailor's hat on the sleeve representing New York. A release in conjunction with the Standard Hotel in NYC is set...

on July 13th, 2011 We're still not over resort season here at FFB! Peter Jensen Resort 2012 may be one of the most unusual from the past Resort season, and also one of my favorites. The collection emphasizes classic silhouettes, yet the aesthetic seems to reach a little farther than...

During London Fashion Week a particular show caught my eye, that of Peter Jensen whose models – thanks to their striking sculptural jewellery – became human artworks among the rooms of the Institute of Contemporary Art. A closer look revealed their earrings to be miniature mobiles, akin to...

The Striped Shirt >> TheBreton striped shirt dates back to the 1900s, when it was originally worn by French fishermen. Then, in the '50s, icons like Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel, and Jean Seberg adopted the nautical print as their own. Fast forward to 2011, and fashion girls everywhere —...

Today, I also saw Peter Jensen, whose show featured more brilliant prints, including one of a landscape inspired by Nina Simone's time in Switzerland; Topshop, which was quite literally Egyptian inspired—and not necessarily in a good way (although I did sit across from Naomi Campbell and Sir...