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Having a black shirt and pants, in addition to those same gray clothes, is usually common. So the combination formed by a black piece and another in a shade of gray will be a basic, understated and understated composition. But it will not favor abusing it.Read More
Every man should have a leather jacket. This garment can adapt to many styles, it survives the trends and gives us that "bad boy" appearance, which makes us feel safe.Read More
Collection: S/S 17Read More
Hello Otoño, al menos en NYC este año los cambios de temperaturas fue un poco anticipado para lo que me esperaba, y esa son las señales que nos indican que así mismo debemos cambiar nuestro guardarropa, o comenzar a despolvar y lavar (Opción 2) hacer mix and match particularmente yo soy amante de los sombreros, con esto quiero decir que esta temporada que por cierto una de mis "Favoritas" lo estaré utilizando mas a menudo por que te dan un toque genial y al mismo tiempo transforman tu outfit.
Esta vez utilize Blue jeans, sweeter, chaqueta, y sombrero negros, por supuesto mi Nutsac Bag que no podia faltar, para romper un poco utilize unos tennis dorado, dandole el toque ideal y casual para seguir caminando y disfrutando del buen clima por las calles de New York, dandole la bienvenida a una nueva temporada.
Hello Autumn!!!! NYC had a very drastic temperature change that caught us all by surprise, which just tells us its time to update our wardrobe just as quickly. So dig into your closet, start dusting and cleaning and take out all the fall favorites.
I personally love to mix and match the old, with the new. The one accessory that should not be missing in your wardrobe are hats. which you will be seeing in my posts very frequently this season, they add a great touch to any outfit!
In this occasion I used blue jeans, a sweater, a jacket and a black hat. My Nutsac bag, which can never go wrong and finally added a pop of color with my gold colored sneakers. What better way to walk down the streets of NY and welcome the Fall!
An American menswear mainstay, Robert Geller never let the ocean separate him from his native Germany. So this season, Geller brought Germany to New York. It was the eighties in Berlin and the Geniale Dilletanten, a nationalistic experimental art scene of squatters, musicians, magazines and nightclubs were stewing to become one of the most influential periods in youth culture, and the muse to a stellar collection.
As loud as the techno pulse of the soundtrack were the clothes. Polaroid appliques on everything from jackets to tops were mindful of the beauty in artistic upheaval. Leopard print,velvet,lime green and orange all had their place on the runway too. Large pants with narrow jackets; cropped pants with oversize coats—core elements tying the past to the present, and the present to a very stylish future.
Summer 2016 marks the New York City debut of Pinknic, the city’s first giant picnic and music festival dedicated exclusively to rosé wine. Over the course of two days, guests are invited to eat, drink, and enjoy entertainment spread across the sprawling grounds of Governors Island--rosé wine in hand, naturally.
Created by the founders of La Nuit en Rosé, Pinknic will run Saturday July 9 through July 10. The hours of the event are 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on both days.
In a setting suited for summer’s favorite beverage, the two-day event is an unparalleled opportunity to delight in still and sparkling rosé selections from Château d’Esclans, Moët & Chandon, and Chandon. But rosé isn’t the only thing taking center stage. Throughout the weekend, there will be a robust selection of live entertainment, with DJ sets and performances by Claptone, Miami Horror, Tube & Berger, Slow Hands, Tortured Soul and more.
From the glass to the grounds, Governors Island will be bathed in pink. Each day, two thousand rosé-hued designer blankets will provide ample seating for guests, each of whom are invited to adhere to the weekend’s dress code of pink and white. For those who do not wish to bring their own food, gourmet Pinknic Baskets crafted by celebrity Chef Chris Santos.
The days are getting warmer by the minute, so when the temperature kept rising, I decided to unwind and relax poolside style.
I combined a lite blue linen shirt, breezy and fresh, with navy blue shorts. NOTE: be cautious of mixing and matching too many colors, the idea is to create harmony by combining different shades of the same color. For this warm summer day I went different shades of blue. I added a some life by color blocking the blue with orange sandals with a summery lobster print. A comfortable rubber sole shoe is always the best option for poolside, we want to look great on our feet, and avoid slippery surfaces while doing so.
When the bubblies arrived I kicked back in my chez lounge switched it up by changing into a small print shirt and enjoyed a poolside breeze and a magical afternoon.
Collection: F/W 16Read More
Collection Autumn/Winter 16Read More
Designer Francesca Liberatore graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2007 and immediately went to work for some of the world’s most celebrated design houses including Viktor & Rolf, Jean Paul Gaultier and Brioni.
In 2009 Liberatore stepped out on her own and launched her namesake label. She also won Italy’s prestigious Next Generation competition, which earned her a runway show during Milan Fashion Week. Both Francesca and the collection were an immediate hit. Liberatore was quickly embraced by the fashion world and referred to as an “enfant prodige”.
She has shown in some of the world’s most celebrated cities including Paris, London, Tokyo, Canton, New York, Seoul, Berlin, Warsaw, Shanghai, Seoul and many more. Her work has been installed in the Museo della Permanente in Milan and the Edieuropa Gallery in Rome.
In 2014 DHL and IMG selected Liberatore as the winner of “DHL Exported Award”, in partnership with IMG. Francesca was invited to show her collections for two seasons in New York.