subject: have my permission toPosted: 4:13am, Jun 27, 2017
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His goal of making something very up and feel good was fulfilled, and the collection had a resort feel. It has been a common theme this season for designers to stick to their roots and stay on brand, but while mass innovation may be lacking, the buyers are sure to be pleased with the great number of wearable collections.

This season, the Kate Spade girl went uptown, said nail expert Deborah Lippmann. “Kate Spade is always playful and fun, which is reflected in the long, almond shaped shiny nails we created, but for Fall 2014, everything is a little more uptown chic.” Lippmann added that initially the nail team played around with some colorblocked nail art ideas, but ended up settling on a nude called Naked, which happens to be Lippmann’s favorite. “I always feel stronger when I wear it.”

Brownes humorous disposition was apparent in the crotch panels and shorts so short they could be mistaken for go-go dancer uniform.This offering featured a delectable satire of sorts, in the form of rosette suits. How does this one explain this most unconventional of phenomenon? Well picture a bed of artificial roses fashioned into a floral behemoth of a suit and youre on track.Brownes fondness for circus-freak frolics surfaced in his recent FW08 showing.

The move into jewelry is an exciting one, and I’m looking forward to seeing what Panichgul brings to Tasaki. He’s already remarked that his new position will "unquestionably" feed into his overall creative process, and that he he is looking forward to creating “a collection for Tasaki that is unique and powerful.”When exactly the young designer will have the time to focus on the jewelry is beyond me, because in addition to his triple creative director duties, he is one of the designers that Aloha Rag has announced they will be collaborating with as part of their new private label.

Instead of offering a free-for-all, first-come-first-serve sale, The Outnet is limiting the sale to 2,000 shoppers, and access to the discounted wares is determined by lottery. Ill be monitoring this situation very closely, but in the meantime, you have my permission to enter the draw.

"The look is very reminiscent of Anjelica Huston in the 1970s bleached brows and deep eyes," Nars said. "I wanted them to look like iconic models from the 70s, but with a modern approach. Marc had ideas of what he wanted the make-up to look like – mimicking the colors of the collection, but not matching exactly."
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