Wednesday, October 01, 2014

The spirit of chanel - "A aesthetics covered inside the humanism"


If the aesthetics of style are the only things we can perceive from every Chanel piece, the retro-chic French fashion house won`t be so influential like today. In every new collection, there is something extra-fashion added. Yesterday, September,30. Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld debuts in Pairs fashion week. As always, the collection is the much-anticipated one. The set of the show is designed like a street, but it could not make this collection a maverick comparing to the one based on a set of supermarket. What is unexpected is when comes to the end of the show a group of models marching their way out. Some girls holding boards written with some labels like "Freedom" some others holding a Chanel-loudspeaker shouting slogans. For the details of this collection, some slogans like "Ladies First" , "Make Fashion Not War" are printed on the Chanel bags. The shoes and some pieces are the mestizos fused men&women style which perfectly ingratiate the humanism-theme. Yes, this time, politics. From the past until today, around the world something inequitable staging alternatively. Karl puts his focus on appealling the equality of human rights, especially feminist. So the spirit of Chanel emerges - "A aesthetics covered inside the humanism" .





* Issue edited&written by Royal Wang, all rights reserved !

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

the look of the moment,the moment of the eternity




ulti - voice singing "Happy happy happy birthday to you ...", It is 50th anniversary of Vogue Italia. A journey of 50 years of style. The look of the moment, The moment of  the eternity.


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

runway moment-" gemma ward returns to our catwalk at prada"



Based on the news form I-D magazine, our beloved doll-like supermodel Gemma Ward comes back to the runway industry. At the outset, Gemma puts herself into some other issues which out of fashion industry but could totally enjoys her life. Such as birthed her baby, the "little Gemma"- Naia.  With this big returns, the press is getting excited, i mean who can forget her unparalleled runway moments and campaign looks. We will always remember her sharing the stage with fellow noughties super Lily Donaldson in slinky black lingerie on the February 08 Boys II Men issue with the sage advice - When in doubt, wink, peace and pout. Gemma , there are nothing we could care more than seeing you cat-walking on the runway, so please do not leave us again.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

weekly Inspiration













*From Top:
The Blonde Salad : Rock L.A Nights
Vogue 73 Questions With Anna Wintour
Burberry My Burberry Fragrance Commercial


Monday, September 22, 2014

How to Upgrade Your Classic Ponytail

Ponytail
Ponytail (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I can still remember that there is a hair-stylist who said in a book: " Ponytail is the most easy and  convenient hair-style for a girl to match all her garments" . I do not judge it because i am a boy. But i do agree that a ponytail makes you very dynamic and youth. Observing the crowed you can find that a large number of females  wearing ponytails. What is interesting is that i found what those ponytails have in common is that they all looked in a very similar type ( see the images right) .

Have you ever thought to re-style your ponytail ? As a blogger i need to share you my awareness on upgrading a classic ponytail. Here it comes below:

4 ways to upgrade your classic ponytail


The Sleek Twist

"It feels right for evening,” hairstylist David Von Cannon says of this slick look. To get the ropy style, he worked a shine spray (try Phyto Phytoplage Protective Sun Veil, $28, beauty.com) into damp hair and pulled the bottom half into a ponytail, leaving a small section free at the front. He then pulled the loose piece back and tied it around the base. To finish, he split the tail in half, twisted each section, wrapped them around each other, and looped the end up into the elastic.

The Ladylike Flip

Make any ponytail instantly more dynamic by adding a little interest to the top. (“This pony feels refined,” notes our model, Madison Headrick.) The how-to: Von Cannon split hair into high and low sections, then tied the low section into a ponytail. From the top, he twisted two pieces to one side, one to the other, and pinned them under the base of the pony before taming flyaways with Aveda Smooth Infusion Naturally Straight ($26, nordstrom.com). “The key is to make the twists super tight,” he advises.

The Full Tease

“When you add sections and layers, it takes the look out of the gym altogether,” Von Cannon says of this party-appropriate style. Here, he sprayed in Herbal Essences Naked Flexible Hold Spritzer ($7, drugstore.com) before pulling a two-inch section from the front and securing with an elastic. Next, he gathered all the hair back with a gold clasp. The voluminous ends (back-combed afterward with a boar-bristle brush) add contrast to the smooth front.

The Four-Elastic Pony

Any girl can do this look,” says Von Cannon, who used Ojon Volume Advance Thickening Spray ($24, ulta.com) for volume at the crown before pulling hair back on the sides and then the top (braid loosely once at the back of the head to anchor). He spaced elastics throughout and tugged gently for shape. Model Headrick endorses the look: “It’s a clean, easy style—my go-to for evening and also for castings.





*The materials of "4 ways to upgrade your classic ponytail" and the resources of images come from the glamour.com/


Thursday, September 18, 2014

Mood borad


Isabeli Fontana by Mario Sorrenti / Styled by Geraldine Saglio // Vogue Paris August 2012

Absolute aspiration: Forever Love by Tom Ford for Vogue Paris

A 1979 Charles Joudan advertisement by Guy Bourdin

Daria Werbowy by Cass Bird for Maiyet

Shot by Steven Meisel / Styled by Lori Goldstein // Vogue Italia



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