Milan Fashion Week Is Not Bringing Sexy Back And That’s Fine With Us

Quite a week at Milan, I must say. Thoroughly impressed with the collections that came out of Milan Fashion Week, which were a clear indication of the fact that Italian designers are not afraid to step out of their comfort zone of sex appeal and emerge as a strong contender against their New York and London counterparts. By dabbling in demi-couture and delivering unique silhouettes, new applications of patchwork, Read more

An Expedition Into Fantasy: London Fashion Week Collections Delight The Senses

Just like New York, London returned with a bang from a disappointing S/S14. Their exploration into the world of wearable RTW found the quintessential London edge, which we didn’t see last season. This artistic exploration first began with the familiar feminine silhouette when they delivered the Peter Pan collar trend for S/S14 but this season, they infused this school-girl style with boxy architectural draping. They further accented this approach with Read more

New York Fashion Week Reaches Its True Design Potential For F/W14

Wet cold socks, bone chilling winds that peeled the skin off my face, and enough snow to make me question if I was in Alaska, New York Fashion Week was worth enduring all of that. After a fairly disappointing S/S14 presentation last year, I was thoroughly impressed by the boldness and risk-taking on display for F/W14. Without a doubt, New York designers have stepped up to the plate and deliver Read more

Valentine’s Day Tip: Ditch The Cliche & Score Big Points With Norma Ishak

Aaaah, here it is again people, that time of the year when the price of flowers quadruple, jewelry store ads get incredibly sappy, and Godiva (because the average man is not a chocolate connoisseur) has its best month in sales. Yup, you guessed it – Valentine’s Day – and  this year, ‘Lovers Day’ is set to be on steroids because of the numerical 2014. With Americans anticipated to spend $2bn Read more

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