Bellissima Barbie… As Barbie, I love going to Italy because I am inamorato with the Italian men. I can just stare at them all day drinking my cafe macchiatos and snarfing down my pasta!! My Ken is not too pleased but que sera, sera. However I am here to shop my way through the Milan fashion shows so […]
What shall this Barbie wear this Summer? A virtual shopping spree for the Spring-Summer 2011 season. The HOT look from the LONDON Fashion Week
I decided to do a virtual shopping spree for the Spring/Summer season wardrobe on what I consider to be the next HOT look – What shall this Barbie wear
1962 – Fashion Boutique opened by Catherine Lupis Thomas in Paris Montmartre, takes us back to the 60s – Check out Catherine being interviewed by Benjamin Kanarek Blog
The Yves Saint Laurent Retrospective Exhibition at Petit Palais in Paris was bold, graphic and impressive, beginning with a walk through a gallery hallway of his tailored pieces
Working with him was a rare pleasure. He was not afraid to being open to the creative possibilities proposed to him, even to those that may have been alien to his aesthetic culture.
Pedro Lourenço, Brazilian Fashion Designer of 19 years old, presented his first Collection during Paris Fashion Week, photographed by Benjamin Kanarek for RG VOGUE Brazil
After the passing away of Alexander McQueen, it seems that everyone in the industry are recognizing his “undisputed” talent. It was not always the case.
I never knew Alexander McQueen, but I knew his work – He is a great loss to the world of fashion
Celebrity branding is a marketing strategy – we are looking for celebrities that make a difference in our world and are becoming responsible and selective, this is fashion wisdom
In a society where everyone looks the same and originality lacks in everyday life, I find it exciting to see diversity, variance in fashion
Frederique Renaut’s interview by Elizabeth Day a writer for “The Observer” review, part of the Guardian group about the bankruptcy of the Fashion House Christian Lacroix
Corduroy is one of my all time favorite fabrics! It brings me back to when I was a kid where I owned several kick ass corduroy outfits. Loved my maxi dress (haven’t heard that word in a long time). Wore it to death. Or my orange elephant pants! I felt soooooooo groovy… I believe we […]
How did we come to this juncture in time where the public judges the quality of the product solely on the notoriety of the brand name? We have become obsessive compulsive brand addicts. It has gotten to the point where we would buy a knock-off just to say that we have a known BRAND!
Benjamin and Frédérique called to ask me to participate as a regular on his blog as a Fashion Editor and I said, “Cool, yeah no problem.” I love the idea of being a regular on this blog. So, let me introduce myself… I am isa the designer behind “isa maïsa“. I live in a wonderful […]
Alexis Mabille discovered fashion at a very young age, attracted and inspired by fabrics, costumes, antique jewlery and museums he visited as a child. As a teenager, he would put together theatrical pieces as well as outfits for his friends and family. Graduating from Paris’ Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in 1997, he undertook […]
In the good old days, the “Haute Couture” shows were the most anticipated of all of the collections. It was akin to the Formula 1 of the fashion world.