Kim Kardashian Style in Fashion Trend Halter-Dress detail
While not too long ago, we were fascinated over the season’s bold, falling necklines, while nowadays we find ourselves more into modest-yet gorgeous-high-neck halters. This of-the-moment neckline is recently on the radar thanks to women like Diane Kruger, Rihanna, and Kate Bosworth, all of whom newly shaped outstandingly chic outfits with high-neck halter dresses. An elegant trend to the spring’s new look and have become the choice of almost all ladies since it’s perfect for different occasions like cocktail parties, formal parties, etc.
The high-neck halter is not for celebrities only, it is absolutely wearable in real life too. In fact it is suitable for almost all occasions for a glamorous summer chic look.
You can try out Ralph Lauren “Black Label’s” Halter dress in Lime looks great with or without a belt. The dress is lined with silk, making it feel so lovely against your skin, or Bird by Juicy Couture Bonded Halter dress, you can also check out shops like Zara and Mango for some casual selections.
Lime knit from Ralph Lauren. Crew neckline. Cut-in halter strap hooks at back of neck. Formfitting silhouette. Hem hits at knee.
Juicy Couture Hot Pink & Orange Halter Dress
Now, you are ready to rock the world with your new fashion style. Enjoy your whole new world and do not get surprised when people stare at your gorgeous clothes.
Square spectacles? So last decade. This summer, it’s all about circular frames.
Forget about scarves, capes, or lightening bolt make up. It’s the round classes that stricken the world’s fashion in 2012. They have celebrities, fashion experts, and design houses taking cue.
Vintage geek goggle glasses for males and females were spotted on the runways of Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren, Zegna and Lanvin.
From the runway to real life, many celebrities are also adopting the look. Lady Gaga, Sienna Miller, and Mary Kate Olsen have all been spotted wearing round frames.
I honestly really love round classes, but too bad they doesn’t suit my face, square sunnies suites me more, so make sure they suit your face well before thinking to obtain them.
Rizzoli Editions presents a new book Stars in Dior, which is coming out in France this May and in the U.S this September. The book features the most iconic stars around the world in outfits by the couturier. Therefore, it includes a collection of 250 images; obtains from movie scenes and photos from popular shoots with annotation by journalist Jérôme Hanover.
Stars in Dior includes photos from Marlène Dietrich to Sophia Loren, Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman and Elizabeth Taylor, to reveal the most glamorous and elegant outfits worn by the stars of the silver screen.
We don’t know if Dior’s most recent models Marian Cotrillard or Mila Kunis are featured in the book, but I think it is a brilliant idea and a good collectible for fashionistas around the world and Hollywood fashion people who love, love, love their images and often attempt to reinvent them.
As I mentioned before, Stars in Dior will be available from Rizzoli Editions this September priced at $65.00.
Vogue’s underage, anorexic model ban will (hopefully) promote a healthy body image for models throughout the fashion industry. Photo Credit: Reuters
For several years anorexic models have been displayed in media, more likely in Vogue as a culture’s representation of beauty. However, yesterday Vogue announced that from now on, they are going to display healthy models that are above sixteen and without any eating disorders.
“Vogue believes that good health is beautiful,” Jonathan Newhouse, authority of Condé Nast International, said in a matter around a BBC. “Vogue editors around a universe wish a magazines to simulate their joining to a health of a models who seem on a pages and a wellbeing of their readers”
All Vogue editor around the world have agreed that they will no longer employ under 16 model who appear to have an eating disorder, and promised that they will make sure to check IDs before modeling sessions and encourage healthy backstage working conditions.
“Vogue believes that good health is beautiful. Vogue Editors around the world want the magazines to reflect their commitment to the health of the models who appear on the pages and the well-being of their readers,” said Conde Nast International Chairman Jonathan Newhouse in a statement. Photo Credit: Reuters
Fashion designers, temporarily, will be encouraged though not pleased to consider the costs of unrealistically small sample (dress) sizes, which encourages the use of really thin models.
Some may think it’s a little too late for Vogue to realize that it is no longer healthy to use anorexic models on their covers. However, I think, now, with Vogue’s ban on underage, anorexic models on their cover pages, real change is probable. That’s one small step for Vogue, one giant leap for the whole fashion industry.