Artist Jennifer Quigley covered the facade of a building in downtown Detroit with Rolling Stone magazine covers. Check out images of the building, and learn more about Quigley’s method and inspiration.
Nanette Lepore Fall 2012-
This is by far one of my favorite collections for Fall. The way she uses color is absolutely amazing! Nanette has a way of capturing fun, youthful looks while still remaining completely sophisticated. The combinations of lime greens and maroons in the first looks, with the print-wow. Unbelievable! I’m also really loving the metallic shoes on each model! I can’t wait to see that for Fall, what a great way to make an outfit POP! The deep blue pants, (which I hope make it to Bloomingdales), or at least a rendition of them! For Fall 2012, I can really tell that the 60’s/70’s played a very influential part in a lot of designer’s collections.
This year Designers have truly captured my style in every way! Very impressed with it!
(Photos From Nymag)
Alice&Olivia Fall 2012.
I’m in love with this collection. I feel like it was made for me and only me. With the elegant pieces of fur, to prints in the fabric, pieces of leather, to the sunglasses- this collection screams Jessica Quam! I can’t get over the retro 70’s vibe, which makes so much sense considering their Jimi Hendrix mood board, with texture and prints. Alice&Olivia is a fun, fresh, youthful, and bold label that I absolutely adore! This collection really inspires me to push my own fashion boundaries and experiment in mixing prints and textures!
Went to the Art Institute today, I was completely blown away! I love the modern wing, it is by far my favorite every time I go! I always find new pieces too, like this one…it was a awesome surprise to find! Love it- wow.
Oscar De La Renta, Spring 2012.
Oscar makes the best greens-
I’m truly in love this green coming for spring. Period.
Carven Spring 2012
LOVE. I’m absolutely in love with these great colors walking on the Runway for Spring.
Working at Bloomingdales I always wear black, Its so refreshing to see these brights! It really is helping me open my eyes to color, and I can’t wait for warmer weather to bust these colors out!