Whats Poppington:Beyonce’s W Magazine shoot

Louis Vuitton’s silk top, cashmere shorts, hat, and mask; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra. Lorraine Schwartz’s earrings, David Yurman’s ring

Marc Jacobs’s cotton and silk lace blouse; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra; Louis Vuitton’s leather and fur shorts. Marc Jacobs beret; David Yurman’s silver, black rhodium, and diamond earrings; de Grisogono’s 18k white gold and diamond cuff; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci shoes

Dolce & Gabbana’s dress with sequins and paillettes. Philip Treacy beret, Munnu/The Gem Palace’s 18k gold, silver, emerald, and diamond earrings

Gucci’s silk shrug; Nina Ricci’s silk satin bra and briefs. Louis Vuitton hat, mask, and boots; Solange Azagury-Partridge’s 18k white gold and emerald necklace

Marc Jacobs’s silk organza top; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra; Atsuko Kudo’s latex briefs. Prabal Gurung gloves; Marc Jacobs headband; Ofira’s 18k black gold, sapphire, and diamond earrings; Louis Vuitton belt, socks, and shoes; Wolford hosiery

Louis Vuitton’s cashmere jacket, cotton denim shorts, hat, mask, gloves, socks, and shoes

Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s angora sweater, crinoline and wool skirt, cap, and shoes. Lorraine Schwartz’s 18k white gold and emerald earrings, David Yurman’s 18k yellow gold and diamond ring

Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra and skirt, mink glasses, and necklace

Keep it Pretty: Emma Watson July Issue of Vogue.

Whats Poppington: Li. Torres+ Centrico


This “First Collection” shows the true essence of the firms with a turn toward the dark. The items chosen are remakes, mixing sportswear with tailoring reformulated and casual, with development of quality and craftsmanship, giving as final product with exclusive articles a high visual impact. The typologies adopted by Fabian Li, Leonardo Javier Torres and Mancuso are jackets, vests, divers and rowers.


The boots complement average borcegos, shoes and accessories English such as belts and a scarf hood. The palette of colors-black and gray, reflecting the minimalist and the character designs. The materials are symbol of both brands, always noble, quality and processes rise design. The spending is key to this collaboration. Goat leather, nappa, Velour cloth, tweed and flannel textiles are predominant. Footwear, all made ​​of leather.

The Shoe Game: Ana Locking’s shoe stance


For spring Ana Locking took to the human body, and literally turned it inside out, a eye popping color blocking theme, full of abstract beauty, and applied it to prints, dresses, and shoes. Her latest titled ‘Stance’ for her fall 2011 collection is about taking a “standpoint, the correct one for yourself, within the countless voices, lives and circumstances that make up each of us.”


In this case the blocks of colours, the strong contrasts, the geometric shapes all represent, to Locking, the contrasts and conflicts in each of us. The fact that no-one has just a single identity. And even if we identify with a particular look on the outside consistently, those contrasts and conflicts still exist. As Locking herself says, “visual identity is nothing without the support of feeling and thought.” On a more superficial note, Ana Locking’s fall 2011 / 2012 shoe collection is edgy and bold yet brightly optimistic in it’s colour palette – with the architectural nail-like heel she’s known for.