Something special from Vogue Italy and COS.
I just wanted to make clear how much I love well done editorials. The perfect example I have recently found comes from Vogue Italy and COS. Both the italian iconic magazine and the scandinavian brand have managed to create two beautiful editorials to express trends and concepts for the upcoming Season.
It is my duty to point out wonderful works like these, and then enjoy every single shot.
By Anna D.
This is today’s right combination of styles that I was looking for. I like to mix the baggy trousers with something femminine. I found the “turtle shirt” at COS and I simply love it!
Feel good in it.
Shirt COS, trousers Urban Outfitters, clutch Zara, shoes Topshop, ring &Other Stories
By Anna D.
Put together Leonardo Di Caprio, Johnny Depp and Juliette Lewis in the early 90’s and you will have the corresponding in a movie of what Grunge was in music. Then if you think about the fact that you have got in the same movie the two most wanted actors of those years, and my idols, for a film of a certain thematic relevance you will figure out why What’s Eating Gilbert Grape could not not become a success and a (hypster) must in the history of Cinema.
Despite the fact I am usually not really attracted by mainly melancholic, partially depressing movies, I see in this one my exception. I just watch it every now and then, but I like it and it is in my list of good movies.
And by the way, I love Juliette Lewis’ style!
LOOK ONE – ARNIE 1 (Leonardo Di Caprio)
1.Topman 2.New Balance 3.Topman 4.Topman 5.Topman
LOOK TWO – Arnie 2
1.visor cap 2.Topman (tie) 3.Topman 3.Carhartt WIP 5.Reebok
LOOK THREE – Gilbert (Johnny Depp)
1.COS 2.Ask The Missus 3.Topman 4.Topman 5.Ralph Lauren
LOOK FOUR – Becky (Juliette Lewis)
1.Topshop 2.Topman 3.Superga 4.Topman
By Anna D.
Already in cinemas in USA from the 10th of May, ready for UK cinemas from the 16th of May, The Great Gatsby is one of the most awaited movies of this early 2013.
This version of the movie, based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel published in 1925 and directed by Baz Luhrmann (Rome+Juliet, Moulin Rouge, Australia), follows other four previous movies, and it seems to have an appeal to the public completely new.
Beyond the great cast (Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Joen Edgerton, Isla Fisher), what I can say about it is that definitely the choice of the costumes comes from an exceptional collaboration, since Miuccia Prada, designer of Prada and Miu Miu, accepted to provide this movie with some of the best clothes created for previous collections, and then rearranged for the big screen. The final result: spectacular outfits that add to Luhrmann’s version of The Great Gatsby that “something more” that makes definitely the difference, made already special by an amazing hip-hop, R&B, pop, rock and indie, all mixed with hints of jazz and blues soundtrack executive-produced by Jay-Z. About that, just few names: Andre 3000, Florence+the Machine, The xx, Lana Del Rey, Jack White, Beyonce, Emile Sandé, will. i. am, Fergie.
Curious enough? As I said, the movie is out in UK on May 16 🙂
By Anna D.
I just look around myself and I see white. Maybe it is just because I am tired of all these dark colours of an extended winter, or maybe it is because it is actually happening that passion for white is spreading everywhere. Continue reading Suddenly in love with white.
This is one of the movies that makes you want to go to Paris and stay there forever (unless you already are living there). The feeling you get during the whole movie is something in between happiness and apprehension plus that bit of serenity that makes you smile also during more tense moments. The emotional involvement is given by every aspect: music, colours, shootings, costumes, acting… And the story behind the story gives to the movie more substance: how the real movies for cinemas were born, what kind of movies were, the creation of scenographies and special effects, the story of a time when the entire World was changing.
Adventurous, colourful, full of magic. And also it does not certainly lack of style: as you should know by now, nothing makes me happier and more satisfied than watch a movie where every character has its own well defined personality, shown by clothes.
I will definitely watch it again…more than one time.
LOOK ONE – ISABELLE (Chloe Moretz)
1.Monki 2.COS 3.&Other Stories 4.J.W. Anderson for Topshop 5.Debenhams 6.&Other Stories 7.Massimo Dutti
LOOK TWO – HUGO (Asa Butterfield)
1.Carhartt WIP 2.All Saints 3.All Saints 4.COS 5.All Saints 6.Topman 7.Topman
By Anna D.