It’s no secret that I love all things vintage; clothes, jewelry, furniture, and most of all shoes! Just because you might not be lucky enough to score those vintage Chanel duds doesn’t mean you can’t have the look with something new. There’s nothing more ladylike than a vintage inspired heel to top off (or bottom out?) your look. From lace to jewels, make an entrance in these vintage inspired heels from heels.com:
Creative Director of J.Crew Jenna Lyons speaks to what will be hot this season in light of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. And just as I hinted on yesterday with American Apparel unisex jeans, she suggests that ‘borrowing from the boys’ will be a major trend for Spring 2010.
I always feel inspired to wear boyfriend jeans, unisex jeans, or even a boy cardigan (that I borrowed from a guy friend). These pieces seem to add a healthy dose of masculine to any outfit. It could also give you that androgynous look, i.e. what Tyra told B. Scott on a recent taping.
Furthermore, with this trend, you can achieve and maintain a yen-yang balance, meanwhile, be inspired to new ideas with pieces you have already in your closet. Check out the video below. Click on ‘Fashion’ then ‘Creative Director of J. Crew Jenna Lyons’ video.
Do you know Topolino (translation: Mickey Mouse, italian)? He is a self-taught, conceptual, make up artist who hailed from the late 80s. He has produced influential, visionary work for Alexander McQueen and Philip Treacy. He’s inspired by everything, from trash to insects. In the images below, you’ll know what I mean.
One of my favorite photos … it radiates color. The hair is magnificently slicked and poofed. I love Florian’s matte finished face in pale, and the highlighted yellow aura that surrounds the outlines of his frame.
Furthermore, I still love glitter; it isn’t a thing of the past for me. And sometimes I like to create a crescent moon around my right eye for a night on the town. Prepping with Vaseline to keep fine particles in place, I go to work with my MAC glittery favorites to give my evening wear some fantasy sparkle. Here are some of Topolino’s glitter works. Also, according to Smugestyle, the cheshire cat is a standard look for Topolino.
Goth, flowery eyes. Her eyes are the ovule and the ovary, like in a flower. Which makes so much art sense. See how the lips are two-faced with glitter on one side and lipstick on the other?