Showing posts with label fashion. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fashion. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Style Inspiration: A Walk Through Art History!

Each design exudes a bit of Fantasy, Myth and Magic in one shoe.  
All theses styles and silhoutees are capable of being paired with absolutely everything including a pair of jeans.  My personal favorite is the Egyptian Art platform design. 

Art designs by Nick Adelman
" I designed these shoes with a unique goal in mind: to create a shoe as a summation of an entire culture’s art. Each shoe possesses design qualities, color palettes, and designs only found in the respective culture. This project allowed me to investigate art historical cultures in a special way by challenging myself to translate an entire style (or series of styles) onto a single object.
Conveniently, I was able to use these designs as the concentration section of my AP Studio Art portfolio and received a score of a 5! "
To check out these designs and more

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Fashion's Night Out LA! September 6th 2012

Fashion Night out

Fashion Night out by sandimartini on Polyvore


 Store in Robertson Blvd
My new pair of sunnies.

What I wore for the event Argh! love leopard prints. Fedora hat.

My Nail Art  and Jewelry.

My Glitter tattoo

I got my make up done using Christian Dior Makeup.

Jerome C. Rousseau Shoe Designer.

I want you, I want you soo bad! Love them.

 Fashion Night out was created by Vogue Editor Anna Wintour in NYC as a way to celebrate the start of New York's Fashion Week. 

Since it's inception in 2009 FNO's have burst all over the country including Los Angeles.

This year on September 6th was the biggest yet, with over 500 stores participating nationwide. 

Fashion shows, mini-makeovers, light refreshments, snacks and gift bag offers.

Here is my list of the places I decided to attend.

1. Alice + Olivia 134 S Robertson Blvd; 6—11pm  A braid bar, manicurists,  a fake tattoo booth, a charm bracelet station and aura and palm readers.

2. Kelly Wearstler  8440 Melrose; 6—10pm An NYCLA polish expert will be in the house offering different nail art designs based on patterns from Kelly’s fabulous fall 2012 collection.

3. Christian Louboutin 650 N Robertson Blvd; 6—9pm Louboutin will have tarot card readers offering private readings to guests for the evening.  Louboutins and a tarot card reading.

4.  Saks  9634 Wilshire Blvd; 6—8pm Saks will have glitter tattoos (my fave), champagne and yummy sweets, lipstick and handbag “readers,” as well as appearances by shoe designer Jerome C. Rousseau,  jewelry designer Bonnie Star and clothing designer Andrea Lieberman.

5. Santa Monica Place 395 Santa Monica Place 6—9pm  fashion illustrator on hand to sketch guests’ outfits and get hooked up with mini makeovers.

6. Bloomingdale’s : 8500 Beverly Blvd
7. Lululemon: 103 S Robertson Blvd:  Pressed juices and a fashion show at 8pm!

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

My Mad Women Inspiration.

Even though it’s been a while since my last post featuring Mad Men, the wait is definitely worth it. I feel like the show is worthwhile. Over the last two weeks I have been putting together my very own Mad Men Beautification. I decided to re-style my look and emulate two of my major fashion crushes.

Megan and Betty!
Lets take a look into my vintage fashion Mad Men Inspiration.
This dress bears the closest resemblance to a dress Betty would wear.

                         She has that Coldness in her eyes! Betty is a sad character.

This full skirt dress with a fitted top-belt is vintage inspired from the 50’s house wife and has a classic feminity and maternal feel to it.

Betty Draper is a version of Kelly Grace.
 Get the Betty Draper Look!
1: Short Hair, slightly curled
2.  Makeup, red lips or smokey eyes for the evening
4. Hourglass shaped dress or full skirt with a fitted top-belt
6. Accessorize with matching pieces (common in the 50's)
7. Wear simple jewelry or pearl necklaces

Her dresses are always gorgeous and princess-pretty accessories: delicate little bracelets, pearl necklaces, gloves, headbands, bags and sunglasses.

Betty Draper

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Megan dresses a lot differently than the other characters. She’s hip and keeps her older husband into what’s new, like the Beatles. They have a stunning, more modern 60′s dwelling.

Megan has embraced the mid to late 60’s full speed ahead, more fashion forward than the other Mad Men ladies. The bold colors, the psychedelic prints, the graphic stripes and the slinky blacks.

This dress is the type of dress Megan would wear.

This color block white and black dress is fun with a 60’s Mod vibe.

Megan Draper

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