Showing posts from 2018

Bottega Veneta RTW Fall 2018

New York, New York — it’s a hell of a town. And a hell of a housing market. As a part-time resident, Tomas Maier surely knows that. Nevertheless, when he decided to show his Bottega Veneta collection here to mark the opening of the brand’s new flagship on Madison Avenue, he wanted to show in a home-like setting, the apartment of an imaginary urbane Italian with a penchant for Milanese chic crossed with exotica acquired from global travels.

Maier thus undertook the hunt for a location where such an apartment could be created; it would have to meet specific parameters — soaring ceilings and no columns. He found only two possibilities and chose the American Stock Exchange building. Along with Alex de Betak, who typically works on Bottega’s shows, Maier brought in Broadway set designer Scott Pask for the project.
That’s an unfortunate reality of staging shows intended as mega, never-before events — when glitches happen, they become the lead talking point in post-mortem conversation, even…

Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2018

Things to remember going into a Jeremy Scott show: Patience. It might interfere with your bedtime; definitely your dinner. A lint brush. There is a high probability of leaving covered in sequins, confetti or the fuzz from the free Longchamp bag tufted in fake fur on your seat. Above all, a sense of humor.

Scott’s fall show required all of these things, and as long as the latter was intact, it was a breeze. His sci-fi ravers were a fusion of “The Fifth Element,” sporty club kids, innocuous bondage, Popples and Cicciolina, the porn star and former Mrs. Jeff Koons who was known to carry the Eighties plush toys on the red carpet. Scott collaborated with the brand on some prints. The models wore candy-colored blunt wigs that more often than not matched their legwear — purple tights, blue and orange tights, and thigh-high moon boots that didn’t look comfortable but made you smile. There were cropped jackets with bustier seams, terry tracksuits, silver foil contraptions, spacey skirts and cl…

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fall 2018 Best Moments

New York Fashion Week: Men’s 2018 ran over three days. Nonetheless, in a slick show that was the climax of the roster even though it fell at the midpoint of the schedule Tuesday night, Tom Ford made his fevered case for why we still need men’s fashion shows even though, more and more, they seem headed for extinction.

Ford held his first all-men’s outing stateside and a nod to his label’s 10th anniversary, about why he still believes in men’s presentations, noting that men are “excited by a change in the lapel. They are excited by a change in a shoulder or by the use of a new fabric, by very subtle things.”
Of course, Tom the consummate showman didn’t stint on the drama either. Aside from some flashy underwear, Ford offered much more for peacocking men. He opened with a tonal look, one of his trademarks: ivory shearling jean jacket, python-print trousers and matching rocker boots with oversize amber shades. (Never forget that Ford started his post-Gucci comeback with eyewear.) Then ca…

New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall 2018. Day III Outfit

For New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall 2018 season Day Three I picked my favorite Oversized Herno x Pierre-Louis Mascia. Its actually olive but lining is so amazing so I worn it reverse. I had to pin hood to the back not to expose the Herno inside tag lol.

New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall 2018. Day II Outfit

For New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall 2018 season Day Two I picked extremely contemporary look. I worn oversized color blocked puffer from Diesel Run Way Show with Mango velour zip up. I just love zip up sweaters lol. For scarf I used Ukrainian traditional belt Kraika and styled it similar to Valentino SS18 mens Campaign.

New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall 2018. Day I Outfit

For New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall 2018 season Day One I picked almost tailored outfit with modern twist. I paired checked grey suit (Huge trend of the season) with casual looking Full Zip Sweater from Club Monaco. For outerwear I wear mine old lapel-less topcoat from ASOS with bored vintage pin from my roomie. Shoes are from Fila x Jason Wu Collaboration.


The Polo Bear Collection by Ralph Lauren

I am a huge fan of The Polo Bear Collection by Ralph Lauren. Wearing one of the holiday edition sweaters. You con shop this collection here .

Military Inspired

Most of the mens clothes come from military uniform pieces that evolved to what we see now in the stores. My Military Inspired look.

Shearling Jacket From Crombie
Sweater, Pants and Scarf from Club Monaco
Shoes are Red Wings

John Varvatos Men’s Fall 2018

John Varvatos went “rogue” for his fall show, eschewing the official fashion calendar to present on the eve of Grammys weekend in New York.
He selected an old synagogue on the Lower East Side and filled the front row with musicians and executives in town for the big event at Madison Square Garden: all three Jonas brothers, Thomas Rhett, Young Paris and Iggy Azalea among them.

It was ironic then that this season, Varvatos showed less of a rock ’n’ roll aesthetic than in the past. “I never think of us as rock ’n’ roll,” the designer said backstage before the show. “That’s other people’s perception. But it does have an edge to it.” Source

When it's cold outside!

Fashion is for Losers my sweatshirt says. Who agree? lol Sometime I find some cool pieces in the most unexpected places, this nice sweatshirt I got from Marshals lol.

Pants are from Mango
Sweatshirt Unknown Brand

25 Birthday Outfit!

Hey Guys, my birthday is on 30th of December. So its super festive time. I alway trying to keep up with holiday spirit choosing my b-day outfit. I paired classic look with sequence blazer from Zara to give it some edge.
Coat Crombie Long Sleeve Merino Knit Polo for Club Monaco  Pants from Dolce and Gabbana Blazer from Zara And  Shoes from Frank and Oak