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Italy's Alessandro Dell'Acqua used powerful words to describe his first collection for Rochas Wednesday in Paris - romance and noir, intertwined in a "liaison dangereuses". It was a striking endeavour by the 52-year-old Neapolitan designer with rich
The first full day of Paris' frenzied ready-to-wear shows mixed up iconic fashion veterans like Dries Van Noten with a whole new sort of fashion player: H&M. It may be a tricky ride ahead for the main street shop, which is now attempting to walk the
Dell'Acqua will continue to design for his own brand No.21, which was showcased in Milan last week, and will present his first collection for Rochas in Paris in February 2014, reports vogue.uk. "I'm excited about this collaboration.
Recent Posts September 27 A Paris retrospective for the Tunisian-born designer. September 27 Raf Simons's collection offered so many things to look at, from the cut of the shirt dresses, to the wisteria-like clumps of beaded necklaces, to the intense
But what Wednesday's ready-to-wear displays lacked in unity they by far made up for in energy and inventiveness, as showcased by Dries Van Noten, whose unchallenged mastery of contradictory styles was on full view in his dizzying fashion spectacle.
The Daily Shoe A Feathery, Crystal-Encrusted Confection at Rochas Firstview T plucks the best shoes right off the runway. Sparkle and shine have been everywhere at the New York, London and Milan shows, but no one's done it quite like Marco Zanini at
Thom Browne Lace, wool and cashmere knit, draped and molded and appliqued onto latex underpinnings, right. The women were deranged looking perhaps, but beautiful still. Elizabeth Lippman for The New York Times Phillip Lim A polo shirt over silk pans;
In anticipation for our upcoming Japanese week, we've been checking out Umamimart's Blog and learning how to make garlicky gomadare (sesame sauce)...Above: Taking a look into Yusuke Seki's Kyoto store dedicated to the revival of Kimono culture in
Nothing captures summer's sunny joie de vivre like a devil-may-care hairstyle polished off with a pretty hair ornament. Head-turning hair accessories were front and center in the spring runway collections. Satin bow headbands topped off '60s-inspired
Backstage Beauty Report Rochas Greg Kessler I love a bit of a brow, said Lucia Pieroman, the creative director of Cle de Peau Beaute since 2006, backstage at last night's Rochas show. To emphasize the eyebrows, Pieroman softened the other features of