hattienewman:

I was the set designer on this 60s-styled shoot for Betty magazine. Styled by Charlotte Melling and Charlotte Jacklin, photographed by Ellie Smith, modelled by Jordann Ebitt, Hair and Makeup by Terri Capon

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database
(source : Gary Pepper )
fashion-streetstyle:

(via details…NEW YORK STREET STYLE | LEE OLIVEIRA)
fashion-streetstyle:

(via Anita He, Paris Fashion Week | Trendy CrewTrendy Crew)
what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database
(source : Pauline)
jaglever:

MEET ME DOWN AT CONEY ISLAND. (by Rachel-Marie Iwanyszyn)  xoxo
Vanessa Jackman
longstoryco:

Home for a brew 👍

longstoryco:

Home for a brew 👍

Vanessa Jackman
abigaildonaldson:

Rainbow Road: Christian Dior Fall/Winter 2014

When September rolls around, you might want to think twice before retiring your bright summer wardrobe. Designers such as Alexander Wang, Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren and now Raf Simons have shunned a muted palette in favor of neon colors, ranging from electric blue to hot pink to acid yellow, for fall.
In his show notes, Simons explained that the tailored suit pieces and vibrant colors in the collection were about women in the city and their sense of sartorial freedom.
“I wanted to present women with freedom and possibilities in the way they dress, too,” he said.
Another nod to women-on-the-go were the sporty hybrids. Coats and dresses were adorned with large lace-up embellishments, while shoes were a blend of high heel meets track shoe — a perfect choice for Simons’ powerful Dior woman to dash from board meeting to board meeting.

abigaildonaldson:

Rainbow Road: Christian Dior Fall/Winter 2014

When September rolls around, you might want to think twice before retiring your bright summer wardrobe. Designers such as Alexander Wang, Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren and now Raf Simons have shunned a muted palette in favor of neon colors, ranging from electric blue to hot pink to acid yellow, for fall.

In his show notes, Simons explained that the tailored suit pieces and vibrant colors in the collection were about women in the city and their sense of sartorial freedom.

“I wanted to present women with freedom and possibilities in the way they dress, too,” he said.

Another nod to women-on-the-go were the sporty hybrids. Coats and dresses were adorned with large lace-up embellishments, while shoes were a blend of high heel meets track shoe — a perfect choice for Simons’ powerful Dior woman to dash from board meeting to board meeting.

thecoveteur:

For her, it really is that easy. 
Vanessa Jackman
Bless That Dress
mihaliko:

Kate Moss by David Sims for Harper’s Bazaar US, September 1997

mihaliko:

Kate Moss by David Sims for Harper’s Bazaar US, September 1997

mihaliko:

POSING IN PINK: Bette Franke by Sharif Hamza for Vogue Japan August 2013

mihaliko:

POSING IN PINK: Bette Franke by Sharif Hamza for Vogue Japan August 2013