Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Some of the sites in Dubai

Monday, February 27, 2012

Chin Chin

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Fall Fashion Trends 2012

    Fashion Trends Fall 2012Before moving on to London FashionWeek, here are a few trends one should note for the concluded Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week:
    Tie Belts
    Blanket Outerwear

    Both Paris and Milan showed a captivating amount of trendy women’s ready-to-wear, with the most notable piece being military style (old world) capes. After hitting the runway in Europe, we saw the likes of Marc by Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, Alexander Wang, Jason Wu, and Victoria Beckham recreate the movement with an American twist.

    Vera Wang displayed feminine cape outerwear, whilst L’Wren Scott delivered an elegant, somewhat Gothic alternative. Rag & Bone along with the noted Michael Kors brought light to the deconstructed wonder of the blanket coat, evoking feels of warmth, fireplaces and hot cocoa.

    The tie was put to good use this season by designers: Ralph Lauren who used the tie in it’s signature state and Proenza Schouler with their innovative twist to use the classic symbol of masculine attire as a belt. This is possibly the simplest (if not most cost effective) trend to reproduce with ease this season. Michae Kors, Krakoff, Lacoste, Calvin Klein, and Charlotte Ronson put plaid in the hot seat by offering up panelled blocks in leather and alternating colors layered with sheer (as seen in Peter som and the lovely Vera Wang). These large exaggerated patterns give one the perfect excuse for some expert color blocking.

    Speaking of colors, when shopping for your fall 2012 wardrobe, consider vibrant reds (lining towards the purple side of the spectrum), safety orange, and light shades of gold (think 10-14 karat). For the ideal paring, incorporate black or throw in a black and white paisley. For examples see the fall collections of Narciso Rodriguez and Diane von Furstenberg monochrome or 3.1 Phillip Lim.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Design Your Own Clothing & Fashion Sketches

    Design Your Own Clothing & Fashion Sketches

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Monday, February 20, 2012

25 Fashion Design Sketch

A few designer: Carolina, Versace and Thakoon

    Versace Resort 2012
    Versace Resort 2012 puts on new spin on the classic black and white. Thakoon Resort 2012 Fashion CollectionThakoon Panichgul is a very wise man. Light yellows, sparkling details, and stylish silhouettes make up Carolina Herrera Resort 2012Carolina Herrera Resort 2012 was a dramatic display of fun dresses with fluttering fabrics and uncharacteristic patterns. 
    3.1 Phillip Lim Resort 2012
    3.1 Phillip Lim Resort 2012 had satin, effortless dressing, jumpers, ruched pants, printed tops, and a gradient dress. 
    Women's Burberry Prorsum Resort 2012The Burberry Prorsum Resort 2012 collection had mustard yellows, and turquiose blues. It's also nice to see alternates of the trench. 
    Narciso Rodriguez Resort 2012
    Narciso Rodriguez Resort 2012 is not a quick buy off the rack, these looks are for master stylists and people who truly understand fashion 
    DVF Resort 2012 Fashion CollectionResort is a fun time of year full of bright colors and sexy swimwear. DVF shows us the best of the best. 

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New York Fashion Week: Trends in women's wear

    A new generation of fashion designers comes into its own with fall looks that are stylish, wearable — and affordable.

    With mid-priced collections as upscale-looking and lavishly detailed as those on the New York runways for fall, who needs to pay top dollar for fashion?
    So much of the excitement during the New York Fashion Week shows that wrapped up on Thursday was about the so-called advanced contemporary category of labels that cost less than high-end designer collections without sacrificing style. Among those creating a buzz: Rag & Bone, Tory Burch,Alexander Wang3.1 Phillip Lim,Helmut Lang, Theyskens Theory and even theJ. Crew Collection. (The entry price for advanced contemporary collections is about $295, and the most expensive pieces are around $1,000, which is closer to the entry price for high-end designer collections.)
    "These are the designers of the future," says Stephanie Solomon, fashion director of Bloomingdale's. "When you think of the old guard, ofKarl LagerfeldGiorgio Armani and Ralph Lauren, as much as I respect them, they are not spring chickens anymore. These designers are going to usurp them. And they are making clothes with beautiful quality, innovative fabrics and silhouettes. In the future, I envision an entire level of our store based on these up-and-coming, talented designers."
    These more affordable, accessible lines offer head-to-toe dressing, with accessories and outerwear. And they hit on all of the trends seen this week, including sleek, minimalist tailoring; Asian influences; black-and-white graphic schemes; and bright color-blocking. Key pieces for a fall wardrobe? A pair of statement pants in a colorful jacquard or print and with a tapered silhouette, worn over a pair of pumps (Manolo Blahnik forJ. Crewperhaps?); a shift dress or a pencil skirt that hits below the knee; and a fun swing coat or fur accessory in an eye-catching texture and hue.
    We saw the return of the suit (albeit a nontraditional sort of suit), including the camel and cream color-blocked karate jacket belted over trousers at 3.1 Phillip Lim, the wrap-front blazer and black jeans at Helmut Lang, and the pink schoolboy blazer and pants atJ. Crew. In addition, sweater dresses made a comeback at Kimberly Ovitz and the Rachel Zoe Collection.
    TheJ. CrewCollection, which is slightly more expensive than the basicJ. Crewofferings, is the chain store's version of advanced contemporary. And it is looking darn good.
    Creative director Jenna Lyons and head woman's designer Tom Mora have ratcheted up the sophistication level, offering more tailored looks in edgier fabrics. Nordic sweaters topped tinsel tweed, python or pleated-leather skirts, and pants in metallic jacquards or scarf-print silks were paired with the pointy-toed Manolo Blahniks. Color-blocked clutches and totes trimmed in curly lamb fur rounded out the picture.
    Burch's collection was more polished than ever, full of ladylike, embroidered tweed jackets and skirts, tulle and chiffon dresses with organza flower appliques, crinkled leather jackets and structured frame bags with plastic paillette and tortoise details.
    There was a lot of eye candy — rows of pearls on the collar and cuffs of a cardigan jacket and matching pencil skirt with organza eyelet hem, jeweled flower buttons on a gold lamé coat and sequins dusting a houndstooth plaid skirt.
    Rag & Bone designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville are also proving to be a formidable force on the New York fashion scene. Their fall collection was English countryside-meets-the-Raj, with layers upon layers of rich-looking pieces, including motorcycle jacket-tailcoat hybrids, jersey dhoti pants, tweed wrap skirts and coppery Lurex knit sweaters, plus all the must-have accessories (such as herringbone platform riding boots) that keep fans coming back to the brand.
    Stylist-turned-designer Rachel Zoe was inspired by the London rock 'n' roll scene of the late 1960s, and her collection was a balance of the glam and the wearable, with all the Hollywood entrance-making maxi dresses and shaggy faux furs that fans have come to expect from Zoe, alongside flared trouser suits and velvet tuxedos, gaucho jeans and melange sweater dresses.
    Zoe's line is barely a year old, but is well on its way to being a success. Come fall, it will be in 300 stores. Another advanced contemporary star is born.

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Sunday, February 19, 2012

I'm Looking Forward To Your

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Labels: Fashion Design

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Pretty Nail Fashion: My Dream

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Fashion Sketches

Wrap it up

    From bloggers to celebrities, turbans are the “in” thing at the moment and boy are we loving this trend.

    There are many many ways that you can rock it, so read below to check out the different styles and play around until you find a style that works for you…

    1. You could go full on. That means covering your whole head in fabric. Choose a fabric that’s big enough and make sure that it doesn’t clash with your oufit, as it is quite an accessory. After that, wrap the fabric around your head. Play around with different shapes and sizes, until you’re satisfied. The bigger you fabric is – the bigger your turban will be and vice versa. Images Courtesy:, and

    2. If the big turban isn’t for you then, you can go a simpler route, with a smaller piece of fabric. You can wrap the fabric over your head and tie it in front, either with a bow or a knot. This looks really cute if you leave a little bit of hair out of the fabric in the front.Images Courtesy:, and

    3. If you’re not fully committed to the look, then a simple headwrap is for you. Just use a small piece of fabric and tie it in the front of your head… still revealing the top of your hair though. You can choose to do a knot or a bow, its up to you.Images Courtesy:,

    4. If the wrapping thing isn’t working for you, there are actually a few turbans that are already wrapped and ready to wear as hats. They’re also uber cute so look out for them…

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Monday, February 13, 2012

This Second Pair Of Shoes Is

Sunday, February 12, 2012

The Sketches Give An Insight

Saturday, February 11, 2012

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Friday, February 10, 2012

Here Is A Sketch From The

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Isaac Mizhrahi Sketch For

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Fashion Design Sketches!

How to wear red and grey

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Creating A Design Sketch

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