Tag: Donna Karan
Womenswear designer Nellie Partow has been selected to represent Premi?re Vision New York as its ambassador for the January 2017 edition.
Paul Andrew, the British-born, New York-based footwear and accessory designer, debuted PAUL ANDREW, his eponymous line of luxury women’s shoes in Spring 2013. The collection is on course to firmly establish him as a fresh, innovative and creative force within the fashion industry.
The supermodel Cara Delevingne was shoot in the Spring 2015 lingerie campaign of Donna Karan New York(DKNY).
Famous American fashion designer Donna Karan named her Resort 2014 collection 'The L World'.
She said she was playing off the L words: long, lean, lightweight, luxurious, languid, limitless, linear, liquid, layered and most importantly - lighthearted.
2011 Golden Globe Awards captured every heart with eye catching, colorful gowns, seen everywhere on the red carped. One of the most repeated trend, that was everywhere was the green dresses fashion trend. Emerald green is coming back as we saw on the night of the awards, some of the celebrities in green includes Angelina Jolie, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Mila Kunis. Beautiful Angelina Jolie, sparkled in a sequined emerald green Versace gown, with long sleeves, bold shoulders and glittering beads.
Transformer dress "Work to Flirt dress".
Specially designed for women, who don't have much time to get back home to change their clothes after the long working day and are getting late for date or dinner. Designer Tency Hemply, the creator of the dress said that she invented it to make women's life easier. She successfully combines daily business style with evening sexy chic.
The dress, which is sewn in unusual way, can be easily transformed from a casual business dress into an evening dress - you just have to invert the sleeves and neckline to show the red checks, also lower the edge hem and the dress becomes a mini with sexy slit.
he Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion, the spring 2009 exhibition organized by The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, explores the reciprocal relationship between high fashion and evolving ideals of beauty, focusing on iconic fashion models in the latter half of the 20th century and their roles in projecting, and sometimes inspiring, the fashion of their respective eras. The exhibition is on view at the Metropolitan from May 6 through August 9, 2009.