Wednesday, 28 December 2011

today I wore

One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind! :DPuffed Jacket: Burberry Brit
Tshirt: One Question of...
Denim: Diesel Black Gold
Belt: Diesel
Scarf: Zara
Shoes: Coverse

Saturday, 24 December 2011

Bargain time!

Diese Winterseason (in der Modewelt) neigt sich langsam dem Ende zu und wir wissen was das heißt! Schnäppchen und noch mehr Schnäppchen! Viele Unternehmen haben bereits bis zu 50% reduziert (Diesel), andere wiederem reduzieren kurze Zeit oder unmittelbar nach Weihnachten.

Ich hab mir ne Jeans bei Diesel und ne Daunenjacke bei Burberry geholt :D
Wartet nicht zu lang, sonst sind die Besten Teile weg ;)
Burberry Markdown starts in London on Boxing Day!

Monday, 12 December 2011

stuff we don't need

The opinions are split when it comes to the meaning and need of fashion. Do we really need so many bags, shoes or even jeans ?! Some studies show that we already have enough clothes in our wardrobes for the next 7 years. But we all know, when a new season starts, it's not only a new beginning for trends, shapes, colours and must-haves, it's a new start, a reboot!

Anyway, the point is, from all the stuff we need and don't need but want, Jimmy Choo's coffee cup sleeve for 95 GBP reached the peak of all the useless and stupid stuff! Honestly who 'needs' a leather coffee cup sleeve !? And the reusable and 'green' factor doesn't count, it's leather!You can buy it at net-a-porter, but you shouldn't, cause it's a waist of money and ressources!

Sunday, 11 December 2011

spotted: Givenchy Fall Winter 2012/13

I was browsing through some blogs the other day and found two preview shots from the upcoming Fall 2012 Givenchy menswear collection! The pictures show some kind of fitting scenario and you can see some looks and some prints.
This Fall we had the Rottweiler next Fall we will have the sharks :D :D
Can't wait to see the accessories!

Source was Andrew's Blog

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

porcelain beauty

Ich melde mich nach knapp einwöchiger Abwesenheit mit ein paar Bildern von zwei wunderschönen und faszinierenden Kleidern von Alexander Mcqueen und einer Neuigkeit wieder.
Die Neuigkeit ist, ich hab (endlich) nen Job und die Bilder folgen nach dem Text.

Beide Kleider sind atemberaubend. Man erkennt wie präzise jede Porzellanscherbe angenäht wurde, um sowohl den Print an sich, aber auch die Mosaikoptik der Scherben gleichermaßen exakt zur Geltung zu bringen.

Selten sieht man so ein hohes Maß an Detailreichtum, Präzision und handwerklicher Feinheit bei ready-to-wear Kleider. Aber das Haus Mcqueen ist, neben aufwendigen Shows, bekannt für seine Haute Couture anmutenden Kreationen.At Old Bond Street, in a window display, I saw two dresses, which were nicely decorated. Very clean and simple, to ensure that nothing unnecessary disturbs the view to these marvellous and breathtaking porcelain creations, which slightly look like they were waiting for their Master, Mcqueen himself.

seen at Alexander McQueen, Old Bond Street, London