There is something very refreshing about the Vilshenko SS11 collection. I think it has a lot to do with the classic tailoring, light color palette and, of course, bright lighting. Designed by Olga Vilshenko, the Vilshenko SS11 collection easily takes inspiration from her Russian background. Having grown up watching her mother create one-of-a-kind outfits, she has channeled that seamstress interest towards contemporary renditions that are cool, casual and chic.
Kick off summer with the spirit of adventure. Modern military influences call for an urban safari sojourn as flap pocket anoraks, fine mesh knits and cargo fatigues form the new metropolitan uniform. This sporty look, with hints of utility styling, is best worn tone-on-tone in a camouflage colour palette of khaki, olive and industrial grey. Then from day to night, exotic prints and textural layering encapsulate the season’s luxe tribal trend. Metallic embellishments meet vibrant dresses and graphic scarves, all[...]
JOLET collection began displaying some of their best designs for Spring/Summer Fashion 2011. Jolet give the theme The latest clothing from this Women’s wear as Cool Stuf. The following are some of JOLET design for Spring/Summer Fashion 2011.
The rugby look, Ecko Unltd. style. Zip-front striped hoodie with adjustable drawstring. Extended high neck with contrast jersey binding. Welt pockets with piping and cording. Rib knit sleeve cuffs and hem. Cotton / polyester. Source : Ecko
Denim madness rules the runway throughout series of seasons. Those who are fond of the farmer-chic inspired style pieces were more than thrilled to sport their comfy and stylish jeans, shorts as well as skirts paired with other must have outfit elements. The various colors and tailoring patterns all made the different denim ensembles even more unique and inspiring. Designers in a row tried their hand at the double denim as well as country-style looks lined up in their fab[...]
The tradition of batik was originally a family tradition of Indonesian kings in ancient times. At that time only limited batik work in the palace alone and proceeds to dress the king and family and his followers. Because many of the followers of the king who lived outside the palace, the art of batik was brought by them out palace and worked in their own place. In the process, batik which was once a symbol of feudalism Java where there are[...]