Penelope Cruz went classic bombshell in a low-cut number at the 31st annual Goya Cinema Awards in Madrid, Spain. She wore a black high-slit gown that wrapped around the shoulders and a Swarovski pavé encrusted bra top, with the fabric ruching at her side.
Miranda Kerr recently shot a super bowl commercial with NFL quarterback Cam Newton for Buick, and the Australian model looked like a 10 in two separate bodycon looks for the ad.
When you get an invitation to a New York Fashion Week show hosted by Bill Nye with Buzz Aldrin modeling, how can you say no? Is this for real?!
Earlier this week, Harper’s Bazaar began their year long celebration of the magazine’s 150th anniversary – a major milestone for the first fashion magazine in the U.S. So for February’s issue, they decided to cover a list of the 150 most fashionable women in the world, categorizing them into supermodels, music powerhouses, red carpet rule breakers, and the ones to watch.
She’s one of my favorite style girls, and Olivia Palermo was at a lot of the big runway shows in Paris – of course wearing some the latest looks from the designers. From her killer Fay military coat with velvet details (that she wore twice and I probably wouldn’t have been able to take off), to the Elie Saab fringe fur vest, to no kidding, Nike. And it’s all here….
It was a display of fireworks on Zuhair Murad‘s Spring 2017 couture runway – the designer taking literal inspiration from the advanced pyrotechnic displays of Japan. The concept was realized through a few playsuits and jumpsuits, but mostly gowns of eye-popping color.
Giambattista Valli managed to merge both the boho traveler and the princess in a ballgown into one couture collection, and I’m still not quite sure how this all fit together. For his Spring17 Couture runway at Paris Fashion Week, Valli imagined a (super rich) traveler pulling out her dresses to find major creases in them…but hey, you’re traveling. C’est la vie, right? It’s the bohemian, life?
So too has Alberta Ferretti climbed aboard the slow moving train toward progress in the business of fashion. Her latest show was a Pre-Fall see-now-buy-now capsule, mashed with her Limited Edition collection, mashed with a few men’s looks thrown in.
Consider this a momentous occasion – the first men’s runway review on The Luxe Lookbook. And what better design house to start with than Givenchy, whose creative director Riccardo Tisci included some gorgeous couture gowns alongside the menswear.
It’s the end of January and the temperatures in New York City are in the 40’s, but that didn’t stop model Emily Ratajkowski and brand DKNY from shooting a daring ad out on the city streets.