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  • editorial inspiration :: peggy moffitt 2013
    [ 2013-01-26 06:06 ]
  • delfina delettrez :: micromosaic
    [ 2013-01-22 15:15 ]
  • on the runway :: mr. simons plants his garden
    [ 2013-01-22 12:12 ]
  • Diane Pernet to organize international short film festival ASVOFF TOKYO 2012
    [ 2012-11-15 11:15 ]
  • runway :: chanel 2013 spring collection
    [ 2012-10-03 03:03 ]
  • philip treacy :: london fashion week spring/summer 2013
    [ 2012-09-17 07:07 ]
  • beautiful butterfly :: ciambattista valli couture
    [ 2012-07-27 13:13 ]
  • editorial inspiration :: nuclear family
    [ 2012-06-28 12:12 ]
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    [ 2011-11-13 12:11 ]
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2013年 01月 26日
editorial inspiration :: peggy moffitt 2013


peggy

magazine: love #9 s/s 2013
model: peggy moffitt
costume: rudi gernreich
photographer: tim walker
stylist: jacob k




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by playfast | 2013-01-26 06:06 | Fashion mode
2013年 01月 22日
delfina delettrez :: micromosaic



images: modaoperandi


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by playfast | 2013-01-22 15:15 | Fashion mode
2013年 01月 22日
on the runway :: mr. simons plants his garden
Mr. Simons Plants His Garden
By CATHY HORYN




Valerio Mezzanotti for The New York Times
A gathered skirt in striped silk with a bustier at Christian Dior couture spring/summer 2013 in Paris.


Six months ago, Raf Simons presented his first haute couture collection for Dior; he then followed with a hit ready-to-wear show that instantly restored prestige to the house’s tailoring. If people didn’t believe that Mr. Simons, a maverick in men’s wear and a relative newcomer in women’s, could take control of Dior, they certainly were convinced after those shows.

COUTURE FASHION
Cathy Horyn’s reports from the haute couture shows in Paris.

On Monday, in a recreated garden in the Tuileries, Mr. Simons surprised them yet again. It was an astonishing show, full of lightness, hidden layers of embroidery and dazzling color combinations. Beforehand, he admitted that some of the spring-hued colors — grass green, poppy, lilac, periwinkle — were new to him as well.

At the start of the show, the models emerged from a dressing room underneath the white set and began walking along paths arranged with dense boxwood mounded around skeletal trees. The Belgian gardening firm Jacques Wirtz supplied the plants and design. The opening looks recalled Mr. Simons’s earlier collections: the airy full skirts, now in a fuzzy pale-blue silk stripe with a strapless black bustier. He wanted to evoke not just the complete experience of a garden (blue sky, black branches) but also the sense of things emerging from the earth and eventually blossoming.

This organic approach meant deceptively simple shapes at the beginning of the show. Among these were gorgeously plain dresses in, say, dark green silk or pale pink with a swag at one side. Sometimes there was an abstract splash of embroidery at the midriff or a glaze of beadwork along the edge of a bustier or dress. One coat had flowers embroidered on the inside.

Everywhere you looked there was something for the eye.


Valerio Mezzanotti for The New York Times
A beaded detail of a bolero over a bustier.


Mr. Simons has made the tuxedo a fixture at Dior, but this time the slim trousers had delicate folds pressed flat near the hips. The plainest navy silk gown went past; in the back, the draping left a sensual peak of bare skin. Another dress, made from several layers of pale pink organza — almost a cosmetic pink — was embroidered with a swirl of wide black satin ribbons.

Layering was almost a story in itself — and done with a lightness and a precision available only in a couture atelier.

A number of dresses were composed of two or three layers of gazar or tulle, with embroidery designed to create a three-dimensional effect. Some embroideries were delicate stems scattered across a vividly colored ground, while a few came in a mid-summer riot of poppy, green, orange, and gold.

Mr. Simons moved confidently away from the codes of Dior, not abandoning them, but feeling free enough to interpret designs like the Bar jacket in more abstract and, ultimately, inventive ways. The Bar jacket, with its crisp peplum, served as the basis for bustiers with trousers, and for his key new addition at Dior: a daytime suit in three pieces.

He called it a “totem pole,” in part because the pieces appear in a stack of colors and minimalist shapes. For one look, a sleeveless jacket in pale blue double gazar appeared over a stiffened black silk top with a peplum. The neckline of the jacket was cut open and the garment actually had an under layer that was embroidered at the shoulders in tiny yellow flowers — they’re barely visible in photos. The slim skirt was grass-green moiré silk with a black silk underskirt showing at the hem.

It’s a completely different way of doing a suit — a simple design with a big impact.

Mr. Simons closed the Dior show with five wedding dresses, in white or very pale shades of pink. One came with a white silk jacket tossed over the shoulders of the model.

“Unbelievable,” Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH and Mr. Simons’s boss, said backstage. “He’s so gifted.”

In the audience were Charlene of Monaco, the actresses Rosamund Pike and Marisa Berenson, the designer Azzedine Alaïa, and Pierre Bergé, the partner of Yves Saint Laurent.


images: source nytimes


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by playfast | 2013-01-22 12:12 | Fashion mode
2012年 11月 15日
Diane Pernet to organize international short film festival ASVOFF TOKYO 2012


Hors d'oeuvre by Monica Menez


Diane Pernet to organize international short film festival ASVOFF TOKYO 2012

国際的なファッションアイコンであり、ジャーナリストであるDiane Pernet (ダイアン・ペルネ) が主宰する世界初のファッション スタイル ビューティーをテーマにした短編映像祭「ASVOFF (正式名称: A Shaded View On Fashion Film) 」が南青山IDOLにて、2012年11月16日 (金) から11月18日 (日) の3日間限定で開催される。

ASVOFF TOKYO 2012上映会、ASVOFF NIGHT パリで公開されたばかりASVOFF5からの最新作をはじめ、日本人クリエイターによる映像作品、そして東京開催スペシャルプログラムが上映される。本イベント開催に合わせ、ASVOFF主宰者 Diane Pernetも来日する。


Photo by Miguel Villalobos

Diane Pernet (ダイアン・ペルネ)
1980年代にはフォトグラファー、ファッションデザイナーとして活躍。2005年からは自身のブログA Shaded View on Fashionにて彼女独自の視点からファッションやアートなどの情報を毎日更新。2006年に世界中を巡回した映画祭「YOU WEAR IT WELL」の創設を経て2008 年からは「A SHADED VIEW ON FASHIONFILM」を世界各国のファッションウィーク、アートフェア等に招待され上映している。2012年4月バルセロナにてデサインと創造性を世界に広めた人に与えられるFADメダル受賞。


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by playfast | 2012-11-15 11:15 | Fashion mode
2012年 10月 03日
runway :: chanel 2013 spring collection


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by playfast | 2012-10-03 03:03 | Fashion mode
2012年 09月 17日
philip treacy :: london fashion week spring/summer 2013


hat designer philip treacy’s first show today during lfw featured michael jackson’s wardrobe, including the thriller jacket.


via vogue uk nowfashion


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by playfast | 2012-09-17 07:07 | Fashion mode
2012年 07月 27日
beautiful butterfly :: ciambattista valli couture


backstage at ciambattista valli haute couture, fall 2012



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by playfast | 2012-07-27 13:13 | Fashion mode
2012年 06月 28日
editorial inspiration :: nuclear family


model: dempsey stewart
photographer: greta ilieva
stylist: jack borkett
magazine: under the influence s/s 2012



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by PLAYFAST | 2012-06-28 12:12 | Fashion mode
2011年 11月 13日
style inspiration :: pretty photographers



images: the sartorialist


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by playfast | 2011-11-13 12:11 | Fashion mode
2011年 11月 11日
editorial inspiration :: segnali d'autumno


faye dunaway in bonnie & clyde

magazine: glamour italy

photographer: paolo leone

model: irina denisova



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by playfast | 2011-11-11 11:11 | Fashion mode