Whats Poppington: Beyonce slays at the Metropolitan Ball Gala in Givenchy Haute Couture

When you are the most Beautiful lady in the world, nonetheless this is how you attend a damn Gala. My lady the one and only King B served us what we crave the most from her at last nights Metropolitan Ball Gala for Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations” . She wore a very laced, sheer, embroidered Givenchy Couture gown that had the fashion houses going crazy. It was elegant, risque, controversial, and everything else you need when you attend a ball, and OMG check out the body!!

Whats Poppington: Willy Cartier’s captivation

In with the Rottweiler is what we can say, but Willy Cartier is giving every girl with long brunette locks a run for their loot, he’s captivating, sensual, and with a name like Willy Cartier…how can you not adore him? photographs Success model Willy Cartier for Bullett Mag. Clad in garments from the fall 2011 collection of Givenchy, Willy serves up an easy spirit that captivates, regardless of intent.

Whats Poppington: Carine Roitfeld’s Vampire Ball in Paris

Last night at Raspoutine restaurant in Paris, Carine Roitfeld hosted her vampire ball, bringing out Arnaults, Courtin-Clarins, and, of course, Roitfelds, in a largely red, white, and black dress code. Anna Dello Russo wore a huge, red-feathered Stephen Jones For Giles swan on her head; Roitfeld, Miranda Kerr, and Anja Rubik donned extra-heavy kohl; and Karlie Kloss bared skin in her slashed Anthony Vaccarello dress. Vamps, too, were out in full force: Abbey Lee Kershaw and Olivier Theyskens brought out their fangs while Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Riccardo Tisci bloodied their mouths. See more party pics in the slideshow.

Source: Fashionologie

Whats Poppington: Lane Crawford A/W 2011 Campaign Launch

It takes a special brand to capture the essence of the world’s fastest growing luxury market, but that is exactly what Lane Crawford has done with their latest campaign. Utilizing five of China’s premier models: Liu Wen, Shu Pei, Fei Fei Sun, Ming Xi & Xiao Wen Ju in sleek images by Mert and Marcus, the ads create an edgy yet understated vision of fall’s fashions and the trend conscious Lane Crawford consumer.

Whats Poppington: Timmi Radicke by Satoshi Saïkusa in Givenchy for Huge Mag

Timmi is photographed by Satoshi Saïkusa and outfitted in fall’s Givenchy collection. Taking the range to a new reality, Timmi gets a canine co-star for a thrilling new story.

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

Whats Poppington: Beyonce for ‘Dazed & Confused’ Magazine

Beyonce covers the latest Dazed & Confused magazine, this time around there wasnt a magazine editor doing the interview instead the tables were turned and Uber known designers such as Tom Ford, Riccardo Tisci, Stefano Pilati and Gareth Pugh all had the chance to do the questions. For the feature, she answered questions on whether she’s shy when she’s not on stage, the first thing she does upon waking up in the morning and why it was important for her to take risks on her new album

Are you shy? (Asked by Tom Ford)
I used to be very shy. I don’t think I’m shy any more. I get really uncomfortable when I’m not performing on the stage or on a photo shoot and have too many people looking at me expecting a performance. It make me kind of shut down and become shy. I’m happier to talk to people and try to learn something from them. I’m better at one-on-one conversations. I do become shy and a bit intimidated when it’s a large group of people, I definitely retreat. At a big dinner I just hope that no one expects anything from me. I wish I’d disappear.

What is the first thing you do when you wake up? (asked by Ricardo Tisc)
Usually I try to stay quiet and meditate. Not literally meditate. I mean lay in bed and think about everything I need to do, plus everything I learned from the previous day. In the past couple of weeks, I’ve literally fallen asleep with the blackberry in my hand because I’m up answering emails, coming up with marketing plans and looking at radio numbers. It’s really sad! My family is like, ‘Oh my God!’ I literally have pictures of me knocked out with my finger on the computer space bar!

Virgo characteristics do you have? (asked by Gareth Pugh)

I am a Virgo to the tee! I wonder what signs the other designers are? I like to think outside the box. I don’t believe in the answer ‘no’. I am extremely driven and extremely critical – sometimes overly critical. Sometimes it is one of the things that I have to work on. I am a control freak. I pay attention to details. When I do something I do it 100 per cent. I have high expectations of myself and expect the exact same thing of everyone around me. I’ve always been that way. I am all or nothing.

In addition, she explains to the magazine that it was important for her to take risks this time around versus making music that everyone else is making.

This part of my life is all about embracing change and going to the next level, taking risks and showing my bravery. Not being safe. Not doing the song that everyone else on pop radio sounds like. Basically, what everyone else is doing, unless it’s something that’s natural for me. I want to do something completely different. I feel like I’ve earned that right. Risks excite me

Whats Poppington: Givenchy x Converse Chuck Taylor Hi-Top

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In his fascination over Gothic theme, Riccardo Tisci, the creative director of both men’s and women’s collection at fashion house GIVENCHY gave raise to the extraterrestrial chic found on many of the label’s most recent runway presentation. But his extravagant creativity isn’t limited to the haute fashion, but in more conventional existences like the cover art to Jay-Z x Kanye West H.A.M. single and this Chuck Taylor All-Star as part of CONVERSE Addict line. Primal and wild, a leopard skin pattern in tonal black treatment covered the canvas high-top with an outsole in matching colorway. A thin white piping strikes across the midsole as if to draw your attention to the heel tab, where a row of blacken studs runs down the middle. Like many of Tisci’s creations, a dynamic showing of both subtle and wild, the GIVENCHY x CONVERSE Addict Chuck Taylor All Star Hi will be available in the range of sizes US 5 to 11.5 at a price of JP ¥29,400, or US $347. The collaboration is set to launch on Wednesday, April 27th, at GIVENCHY retail locations in Japan only.

Source: Freshness Magazine