Aspire To Inspire

Archived: September 2010

  1. TOP 5 PICKS SPRING/SUMMER 2011: MILAN

    TOP 5 PICKS SPRING/SUMMER 2011: MILAN

    For Spring/Summer 2011, Milan gave us what they do best:  beautiful and wearable dayclothes with a sexy undercurrent.  The 70′s continued to be a theme from Gucci’s Glamour girl channeling YSL to Roberto Cavalli and Emilio Pucci’s Bohemian goddess.  The color trends continue with bold combinations from Prada and Jil Sander while Marni took it […]

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  2. ONE’S TO WATCH: PARIS

    ONE’S TO WATCH:  PARIS

    The time in the fashion calendar that we all wait for is finally here…PARIS!  This is the moment when the direction for the next season culminates.  The Paris shows are always the most forward in their design and presentation focusing on the highest level of artisan craftmanship.  Outside of the tents, the most highly esteemed […]

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  3. FASHION AND ART: Paul McCarthy and Jesse Kamm

    FASHION AND ART:  Paul McCarthy and Jesse Kamm

    As we launch into the Fall season, new things are happening all over the city that we have to keep our eye on.  This weekend we were all over town checking out music venues, art openings and trunk shows at some of our favorite spots. First up was the opening of Paul McCarthy’s new exhibit, […]

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  4. TOP 5 LONDON PICKS SPRING/SUMMER 2011

    TOP 5 LONDON PICKS SPRING/SUMMER 2011

    It is always a big switch in aesthetics from NYC to London.  You never know what you are going to get in London and this time proved to be the same.  London’s season was a bit lackluster with many designers missing the mark on wearable, beautiful clothes. With that being said, the biggest difference in […]

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  5. SPRING 2011 SHOE COLLABORATIONS TO COVET

    SPRING 2011 SHOE COLLABORATIONS TO COVET

    The Sche Report is spotting great shoes on the Spring 2011 runways and among them are exquisite collaborations between designers and red-hot shoemakers. The beauty of collaborations is the creation of innovation through combining different aesthetics and the ones we spotted are beautiful, courageous, and highly covetable. The good news is that this season presented […]

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  6. MILAN FASHION: D&G open SPIGA2 as a way to showcase emerging Designers

    MILAN FASHION:  D&G open SPIGA2 as a way to showcase emerging Designers

    As we follow the fashion circus to Milan, an interesting piece of Milanese fashion news was brought to our attention: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are planning to convert their D&G store in Milan’s Via della into Spiga 2,  a new store concept where pieces from emerging designers handpicked by them will be sold. Opening this […]

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  7. TOP 5 PICKS: NYC SPRING/SUMMER 2011 COLLECTIONS

    TOP 5 PICKS:  NYC SPRING/SUMMER 2011 COLLECTIONS

    The NYC collections are complete and the general mood is a continuation of what Pheobe Philo started for Fall 2010.  Minimalism is key and the color for spring is a non-color:  white.  Femininity and sensuality make their mark with sheer fabrications and ladylike silhouettes.  Prints continue to be mixed and tribal influences reign supreme in […]

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  8. REED KRAKOFF SPRING 2011- HORSEHAIR, ROPE, PLASTIC and NEON

    REED KRAKOFF SPRING 2011- HORSEHAIR, ROPE, PLASTIC and NEON

    Listed as one of The Sche Report’s top NYC designers to watch, Reed Krakoff showed an amazing continuation of his Utilitarian collection yesterday.  Consisting of white, red, black & white, pale yellow green and electric blue, his collection was Modern, Minimal, and Utilitarian which all together made an impressive collection of covetable clothing. What really […]

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  9. TREND REPORT: DOODLES by ALEXANDER WANG

    TREND REPORT:  DOODLES by ALEXANDER WANG

    We know we’ve already talked about Alexander Wang’s Spring 2011 collection, but we spotted a up-coming trend within his collection that we are sure to see Junior labels and DIY street stylers grab onto. Alex developed his first print by having his staff doodle on butcher paper.  Very reminiscent of Virgin Suicides doodling, the print […]

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  10. PAINT BY NUMBER- Alexander Wang and Altuzarra set a new Hair trend

    PAINT BY NUMBER- Alexander Wang and Altuzarra set a new Hair trend

    Last Fall presented a grey hair trend that caught on from the Chanel runway and we saw everyone from Tavi to Kate Lamphear and many more wash the grey into their hair. This season we see paint in the hair channeling a Modern Tribal feel.  Alexander Wang used white paint in the hair of his […]

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