Monday, February 28, 2011
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THE SOCIAL NETWORK
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Sunday, February 13, 2011
SUMMER 2011 COLLECTION
Almost six months off the official calendar, José António Tenente, finally presented his so expected summer 2011 collection.
Quase 6 meses depois do calendário oficial, José António Tenente brindou-nos, finalmente, com a sua muito esperada colecção Verão 2011.
However, who thought it would be an ordinary fashion show, couldn’t be more wrong. Instead of the traditional catwalk, the designer opted for an unusual mix between a runway show and an exhibition a la Marchesa.
Desengane-se contudo, quem esperava a tradicional catwalk. Em vez disso, Tenente optou por um mix, fora do comum, entre a passerelle e a exibição das suas peças a la Marchesa.
Which means, that the guests and the media had the opportunity to appreciate and photograph the pieces in detail, before they parade on the runway.
This almost interactivity between the guests and the collection was a winning bet, especially when compared with his last summer fashion show at the former Coconuts in The Farol Design Hotel, in Cascais.
This collection - very geometric, with some futuristic notes, transparencies and lots of color (J’adore) - was designed specifically for this project, Assinado por Tenente. A happy collaboration between the designer and MUDE (Fashion and Arts Museum), which began last October with a exhibition curated by José António Tenente ( click here to watch).
Esta colecção - muito geométrica, com algumas notas futuristas, transparências e muita cor (como eu gosto), sem perder a assinatura Tenente no corte e nos materiais - foi pensada especialmente para este projecto, Assinado por Tenente. Uma colaboração, muito feliz por sinal, entre o criador e o MUDE, que teve inicio em Outubro de 2010, com uma mostra comissariada pelo criador. (ver aqui)
Highlights: Definitely the accessories.
Friday, February 11, 2011
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Tuesday, February 8, 2011
One of my favorite it girls of the moment, the Somewhere star Elle Fanning, goes hunting for a buried gold treasure in Todd Cole's latest collaboration with Rodarte, The Curve of Forgotten Things, premiering exclusively today on NOWNESS.com (click here to watch).
The short film highlights the designs of Rodarte Sisters for this spring 2011 collection, with a 70’s North Carolina vibe mixed up with some gold rush and Asian influences. Which makes it absolutely breathtaking!
I’m completely taken by the sepia aesthetics of the short film and the golden fake eyelashes!
PHOTOS: Screenshot from NOWNESS.com