Reaching East–Beloved Dolce & Gabbana designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana cover the latest issue of Numéro Homme China, photographed by Tiziano Magni. At the center of a strapping boy’s fest, the creative duo are captured along Elbio Bonsaglio (Élite Milano), Nicolo Novelli (IM Studio), Paolo Roldan (WhyNot), Sergio Cazzaniga (Élite Milano), Simone Bredariol (d’men) as well as Vinicius S. (Urban) and styled by Joseph Carle.
Its looks as though Miss. Minaj could be getting closer and closer to a Vogue spread, shes featured in the new Glamour magazine. She’s in Dolce & Gabbana, Tom Ford, Christian Louboutin, and Giuseppe Zanotti. She also reveals how shes obsessed with Marilyn Monroe, ‘mostly for her facial expressions’, and that she’s very low-key when she’s not dressing up in Barbie get up.
With his insider perspective and a clean keen eye for a fashion moment no one captures the energy backstage quite like Julian Schratter. Take a look at his dynamic shots from Milan, from Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, to Vivienne Westwood. His shots were raw, un edited in your face, they looked very simple, but dynamic, just like a group of guys after a soccer game but with cigarettes…..Very Poppington
When I was young watching the smurfs was one of the highlights of my day, and for some reason I always anticipated seeing Smurfette. Just now after all these years, and well into my adult life I’ve figured out the reason why Smurfette and I had such a connection. It’s because she’s highly fashionable and such a designer lable diva.
Beret, $685, gloves, $400, fur bag, $4,695, socks, and shoes, $895, Marc Jacobs. 212-343-1490.
Hat, $1,720, gloves, $790, cuff, $1,495, necklace, $1,485, and shoes, $1,345, Lanvin. 646-439-0380.
Bag, $995, hat, $425, earrings, $225, cuff, $225, and pumps, $575, Dolce & Gabbana. 877-70-DGUSA. Socks, stylist’s own.
Hat, $1,230, bag, by special order, and boots, $940, Louis Vuitton. 866-VUITTON. Still photography: Jeffrey Westbrook. Special thanks to Sony Pictures Animation.
And for a sneak peek of the upcoming Smurfs movie, check out the Bazaar Report.
In an game of dark and light or day in night, The first round of shows kinda have that approach on whats going to be..should I say “Poppington” for spring. Although its spring, the mood is very dark and the fabrics are very light. Costume National Homme had some glitter and, and little weird creepy twist, but in a good way, Jil Sander took approach to the cold reptile, while Corniliani had more of a monochromatic love game that was made for any guy traveling or going to visit a desert anytime soon. Burberry Prorsum went for bold and colors and prints, but with always a rockers edge, classy rocker guy, John Varvatos played the layer game. Going to the ocean? or stepping into the future? Dolce & Gabbana netted around , Ermenegildo Zegna kept the season sleek and reserved. Finally, Neil Barrett answered the call of the rebel with a wonderful exercise in suiting, featuring a provocative cut and Roberto Cavalli served a grand helping of luxury in standout spring hues. I love the collections, it was very soft but yet very masculine….and theres nothing like soft and hardcore combined into one.
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