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This Magic Moment – Catch My Lash (Darling)

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What happens when you get 10 powerful entrepreneurs on a panel in front of an inquisitive audience?

Solutions are found, that’s what happens.

I believe no matter what the problem, there is a solution.

I’m one for Networking.  I was invited to “Catch My Lash” Beauty Event in Brooklyn on Saturday by my fellow Editor-in-Chief magazine owner, Ese of Enspire Magazine.  The event was held at Brooklyn Exposure, 1401 Bedford Avenue, produced by Blanch.  As most of you know, I don’t know Brooklyn and did not know if I would know anyone else there, but I went anyway, Googling my way along.

Upon arrival, I’m surprised by how many people I know and the professional set up.  There were vendors and food, my kind of place.  The surprise came when the panel started…

Each panelist introduced themselves, Supermodel Angela- of QVC, Boss Lady Wendy Isaac – Style the Wave, Ese of Enspire Magazine, Chefs, Make Up Manufacturers, Fashion Designers and more.

There were questions and answers, and then an audience member asked the critical question “Why Should Someone Patronize Your Businesses?” I had the perfect answer.

Why should someone purchase or read Fashion Avenue News Magazine or read our FAN Daily Fashion Blog.

Fashion Avenue News Magazine was created because years ago a model went to an Agency Open House and they told her she would NEVER MAKE IT IN THE MODELING BUSINESS.  The model came to my office in TEARS.  I was angry.  I don’t feel that anyone should ever tell someone they cannot make it.  My anger created Fashion Avenue News Magazine, a foundation for independent fashion industry talent, to have a platform and a place.  We welcome everyone, as long as they are FABULOUS.  Age, Height, Weight, Size, never determine if you can appear on our pages.  We are here for you; we are your fashion family.

More conversation ensured and we came to the conclusion that we need to work harder to support each other businesses.  It starts with you.  Think of where you spend your money.  If you are a small business, really think, because you can help other businesses stay in business by purchasing from them.

Change starts with YOU.  If you want something different, you have to do something different.

It was wonderful sitting on the panel with these ladies as they were extremely inspirational.  When you have a business and you’re under pressure or stress, it’s good to know there are other businesses owners that feel the same way, you are not in this by yourself, don’t feel alone.  We are all working to keep our businesses afloat.

One thing I explained on the panel, I am You, I have no special SuperPower, I’m working hard on my business just like the next magazine, fashion designer or makeup artists.  We chose this profession and no one said it would be easy, but nothing brings you happiness like having your own.

We can make it, if we do it together.

“Catch My Lash” is an annual business, beauty event featuring business and fashion.  Stop by Brooklyn Exposure 1401 Bedford Avenue and purchase some food or have a drink.  These businesses are in your community.  They can’t stay if we don’t support them.

Here are some of the businesses that were there:

LMB Haute Couture, Queen Diva, Celebrity Wendy Isaac, Enspire Magazine, Catch My Lash, Fashion Avenue News, TheFashionImpire.com, Crystal Carmen of Pink Stiletto, Johntines Boutique, Nikki Latty Beauty, Top Line Divas presents BeYOUtiful Curves Fashion Show Oct. 2 in Philly, for more info 484-816-6853, Ms. Full figured USA Pageant Auditions MsFullFiguredUSA@gmail.com

Bianca M Williams -Director  of B Pretty inc,  B Pretty Lashes , B Pretty Glam Factory our physical location and Co-Host of Pretty, Styled and Beautiful
-Angela Perymon- QVC Model, Mua , tld
-Wendy Isaac- international entrepreneur
-Tia Jackson- Johntinesboutique owner
-Chef Danielle Moore- known Chef and apron designer
– Crystal Carmen Pink Stilletos Cosmetics- Cosmetic Line
-Natassia Constantine- fashion designer for LMB Haute

Guest
– performance Sonja Freeman- Queen Diva – Singer
-Michelle Lawson- hosts of TV Treasures, model, actress, real Estate agent
-Wanda hall- Mua
-Eddie Jones ( Bobby) – TNOS , entrepreneur,  fashion show director, artist
-Jeannie James Co-Host @prettystyledandbeautiful & MUA  , jewelry expert
– Brooklyn Exposure- Venue
– Karen – international Mua

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THE FASHION IMPIRE – NEW ADDITIONS

NEW ADDITIONS TO THE FASHION IMPIRE

Fashion Avenue News, Model World Magazine, The Fashion Impire and the Daily Fashion Blog, http://www.btetv.wordpress.com take our Global Luxury Brand very seriously.

When we decide to add a new person to the team, it’s a group decision with a panel interview, as they have to work with everyone on the team.

We are proud to announce new additions to the Fashion Avenue News staff.

AVADORA MIMOUNI – Fashion Director for Fashion Avenue News magazine.  Avadora is also the Brand Ambassador of her very own fragrance “Avadora The Fragrance”.  Avadora is a season SuperModel and Luxury Accessory Designer, that brings a ton of experience to her new position.

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YVONNE CHUNG – This beautiful lady is Sophisticated, Smart and Sexy.  She has been in the modeling/fitness/entertainment business for a while, bringing a wealth of fashion and glamour.  We are excited to welcome Yvonne as LifeStyle Director.  In this position, she will interact with 3 different departments, Fitness, Beauty and Fashion.

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LILIA PALATSKY – From Russia with Love.  This young intern hails from the Ivy League Fashion School, FIT by way of Russia.  She will work as a Model Scout/Coordinator.  Her responsibilities will be to Scout Models for covers, editorials and fashion shows.  She will also supervise the monthly Fashion Industry Open House.  We were extremely impressed with her interview and welcomed her into the Fashion Avenue News Family.

ERIC “VEGGIE” SULLIVAN – This persistent hard working young man will utilize his skills in photography and video.  Veggie, as he prefers to be called, was extremely persistent in being part of Fashion Avenue News. He will work directly with Editor-in-Chief, Sofia Davis.

TIFFANY BROWN – Tiffany has been with FAN for about 2 years and her professionalism has paid off.  She has been promoted to Editor-in-Chief of Model World Magazine, along with PA for the FAN TV show, where she will learn TV production from experienced videographers.  Tiffany’s strengths are styling and blogging.   Tiffany is very professional and a fast learner, Congratulation Tiff, keep up the good work.

As we bring on new team members, we say good-bye to our fabulous German Intern, Lisa.  She saw us on TV in Germany on Germany’s next Top Model and decided to intern with us, Lisa we will miss you.

We welcome them all and cannot wait to start working with them.

We bring you 24/7 Fashion & Beauty News.  Subscribe to our blog today:  www.btetv.wordpress.com

Sofia Davis – Editor In Chief “Remember….. Your Brand is all you have, protect it“.

 

GLAMOUR ISLAND GREECE – FAN RESORT WEAR INTERNATIONAL COVER

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Fashion Avenue News is a Global, Luxury Brand.  Our second 2017 Resort Wear cover hails from Greece featuring topless bathing beauties of Glamour Island.  The editorial, shot by Andrea Sartore, is stunning with spectacular style, capturing the models soft supple and graceful shape.

At Fashion Avenue News, you know we keep it, Classy, Sophisticated and Fabulous, and this is what you will find on our Resort Wear pages.  Coming next is our St. Lucia Resort Wear cover.  This will be followed by our first Fashion Avenue News Caribbean issue.

Subscribe to the FAN Daily Fashion Blog www.btetv.wordpress.com and get fashion news as soon as we do.  Also coming soon is “INVITE THE PRESS” each week we blog about what is happening on the weekend…. there will never be a dull moment.

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You’re invited this Wednesday, August 31, starting at 5:30pm, we will celebrate a FREE end of the summer networking event.  Join Fashion Avenue News, along with LTC Network Todd & Kelly at Suite 36, 16 West 36th Street for Fashion Industry Networking and celebrate the birthday of Fashion Icon, Editor-in-Chief Ja’Dee Murphy, along with CoCo – Author of Romance not Finance.  There will also be a fabulous ALL MALE FASHION SHOW by the House of Merlot, showtime is EXACTLY 7:30pm.  The event is free and you must be 21+ to attend.

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You can also get FREE TICKETS for the Fashion Industry FREE New Years Party at the Holiday Inn on West 57th Street right on the blog.  Save the date for Fashion on the Hudson 20 (yes 9 years at Riverbank but 20 years total, Saturday July 15, 2017), subscribe TODAY.  www.btetv.wordpress.com

Having a Fashion Week show, send us your info so we can place it on the INVITE THE PRESS list and blast it out… all for FREE.

Remember, Fashion Avenue News is your FASHION FAMILY.

Cover Credits: Photographer: Andrea Sartore  Model 1: Michelle Wong  Model 2: Daniela Caruso, Location: lefkada Greece.  Thanks to  Avelecazzate

Fashion Week Paris Couture Fall-Winter 2016-2017 Maison Margiela

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Innocence, risk, comfort, and protection. For the Autumn Winter 2016-17 Artisanal collection, creative director John Galliano explores a modern reinvention of haute couture through his most personal interpretation of Maison Margiela’s esprit to date. Evoking an illustrative line, aristocracy is decontextualized through an urban lens. Explosive and colourful gestures of authentic fabrics snake and kerb around the body with an Empire line, tweaked and transitioned in modern gestures of protection and ecstatic abandon. Archetypes are reconfigured with rigor and romance, where a blurring of sartorial trappings meets the banal.

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A sense of the incredible and the impossible spins throughout the Artisanal collection, where fantasy is tempered by the jarring authenticity of today’s reality. Our translation of a collective consciousness stretches further than ever before, invoking a timeless array of commonplace ephemera and things strangely familiar.” – Maison Margiela

MATERIALS
From fine muslin to resin-wax cottons or ripstop nylon, the rub of unprecious and delicate textiles is inherent to the collection’s tapestry of innovation and artisanal heritage. Opposing notions of feminine and masculine textiles are questioned and reconfigured with irreverence. Technical nylons meet Scottish wool from the Outer Hebrides, and motorcycle leathers bridge textiles woven from delicate cotton ribbons. Ornament appears as a ‘Toile de Jouy’ fabric, curvilinear ‘tribal’ studded motifs crossing swathes of knotted and padded wools, and celluloid bird appliqués decorating heavy plaid. A ‘cherubim’ lace is constructed from hundreds of minute individual fragments: it represents the technical apex of the Maison’s artisanal savoir-faire.

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TECHNIQUE
The seminal proposal of outerwear styles flip upside-down from an inverted stance of arching volumes to become a traditional coat shape. Garments betray multiple identities; assembled together from familiar archetypes to become layered hybrids with double lapels and undefined endings and beginnings. A windcheater is carved with the convex curve of a Watteau back; a banker’s stripe shirt is spun into a sweeping train. An intricate cartography of eaves and cornices forms a gown in vacuum-formed smoky plastic, another springs to life patched with Nick Knight’s British Birds (2008).

PALETTE
A burst of primary colours elevates the drab of tweed shades, as scarlet, emerald, sky blue, and sunshine yellow shine against charcoal, forest green, mustard, and chocolate brown. Mid-century pastels like ice blue and lemon sorbet fizz amongst the monochromes.

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ACCESSORIES
Intricate hoop earrings and ornate bracelets are hand-carved in Portugal from walnut, pear and boxwoods, and chandelier crystals appear as blood red chokers, embellished goggles, and a primary-coloured contour bra top. The original Maison Margiela deep-cleft ‘Tabi’ boot returns as a thigh-high cuissard with a new moulded rubber sole, alongside trekking-inspired sandals, fantasy hand-painted clogs, and a masculine riding boot.

Fashion Avenue News…. When ORDINARY, Just WON’T Do!

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Fashion Avenue News Magazine is a global, luxury brand, with a focus on FASHION.  Our mission is to bring attention/exposure to independent fashion industry talent; Stylists, Make up artists, Hair Designers, Fashion Designers, Fashion Coordinators, Models, and more.  In the fashion industry, we have been named the “INDEPENDENT VOGUE OF MAGAZINES”, because of our high standards and creative development of independent fashion industry talent.  We are not controlled by a conglomerate, we are our own VOICE.

Fashion Avenue News has developed a following of 360,000 by sponsoring, hosting events, producing fashion shows – Fashion on the Hudson is our annual fashion event, registering more than 30,000 people. Editor-in-Chief, Sofia Davis recalls, “I was excited when 460 people registered for our events, now we get over 30,000 people.”

Why do people like the Fashion Avenue News Brand?  We put independent/emerging models on our covers, do editorials with brands that are growing, place PLUS SIZE MODELS right next to STRAIGHT SIZE MODELS, and don’t make excuses or bring attention to their size, and we are in touch with the people, because WE ARE THE PEOPLE.  At most fashion magazine, you cannot get a meeting with the Editor-in-Chief.  At Fashion Avenue News there is no red tape, there is no, “meet with my assistant”, you can meet with Sofia Davis, Editor-in-Chief by just making an appointment, and no matter how much we grow, we want to keep it that way.  We are here for THE PEOPLE.

We have been BLESSED with having many celebrities grace our covers, Halle Berry, Vivica Fox, Kelly Rowland, Alek Wek, Germany’s next Top Model, Angela Robinson and more, however, our focus remains the same, we support the INDEPENDENT FASHION INDUSTRY TALENT.

Take a moment to LIKE our Facebook Page, @FashionAvenueNews and follow our daily fashion blog, http://www.btetv.wordpress.com.   We also have a FREE NEW YEARS event at the Holiday Inn Hotel, 440 West 57th Street, Embassy Ballroom that you can get a FREE ticket from our website or facebook page.  Follow and support the independent fashion magazines that are making a difference.  Purchase a copy directly from the website or visit the Magazine Cafe, 15 West 37th Street, in NYC.

Fashion Avenue News is here for you.  We are your fashion FAMILY.

http://www.FashionAvenueNews.com

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Fashion Avenue News…. When ORDINARY, Just WON'T Do!

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Fashion Avenue News Magazine is a global, luxury brand, with a focus on FASHION.  Our mission is to bring attention/exposure to independent fashion industry talent; Stylists, Make up artists, Hair Designers, Fashion Designers, Fashion Coordinators, Models, and more.  In the fashion industry, we have been named the “INDEPENDENT VOGUE OF MAGAZINES”, because of our high standards and creative development of independent fashion industry talent.  We are not controlled by a conglomerate, we are our own VOICE.

Fashion Avenue News has developed a following of 360,000 by sponsoring, hosting events, producing fashion shows – Fashion on the Hudson is our annual fashion event, registering more than 30,000 people. Editor-in-Chief, Sofia Davis recalls, “I was excited when 460 people registered for our events, now we get over 30,000 people.”

Why do people like the Fashion Avenue News Brand?  We put independent/emerging models on our covers, do editorials with brands that are growing, place PLUS SIZE MODELS right next to STRAIGHT SIZE MODELS, and don’t make excuses or bring attention to their size, and we are in touch with the people, because WE ARE THE PEOPLE.  At most fashion magazine, you cannot get a meeting with the Editor-in-Chief.  At Fashion Avenue News there is no red tape, there is no, “meet with my assistant”, you can meet with Sofia Davis, Editor-in-Chief by just making an appointment, and no matter how much we grow, we want to keep it that way.  We are here for THE PEOPLE.

We have been BLESSED with having many celebrities grace our covers, Halle Berry, Vivica Fox, Kelly Rowland, Alek Wek, Germany’s next Top Model, Angela Robinson and more, however, our focus remains the same, we support the INDEPENDENT FASHION INDUSTRY TALENT.

Take a moment to LIKE our Facebook Page, @FashionAvenueNews and follow our daily fashion blog, http://www.btetv.wordpress.com.   We also have a FREE NEW YEARS event at the Holiday Inn Hotel, 440 West 57th Street, Embassy Ballroom that you can get a FREE ticket from our website or facebook page.  Follow and support the independent fashion magazines that are making a difference.  Purchase a copy directly from the website or visit the Magazine Cafe, 15 West 37th Street, in NYC.

Fashion Avenue News is here for you.  We are your fashion FAMILY.

http://www.FashionAvenueNews.com

http://www.btetv.wordpress.com

FASHION FLASH WEEKEND EVENTS

ACTS 3 AND A QUARTER PRODUCTIONS presents “MORE” an inspiring and captivating stage play of Faith, Family and Finances.

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The Abrams family is hit hard when Laz loses his job. Money is scarce and the bills are piling up. The financial roles are now reversed and egos are bruised. The once joyously bright Abrams home has turned dimmed.

With his marriage to wife Mary on the rocks and his teenage daughter Allison preparing for college, the need for more has never been greater.

All hope seems to be lost until the unexpected visit of Laz’s larger than life sister Marty shines some light on this very dark situation. But before matters ever get better they seem to always get worse under the Abrams household.

FRIDAY AUGUST 19, 2016
SHOWTIME 8pm
Producers Club Sonnet Theater

SATURDAY AUGUST 20,2016
SHOWTIME 6pm & 8pm
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning

TICKETS:  http://morethestageplay.brownpapertickets.com/

MEET OUR STORY TELLERS BEHIND THE CURTAIN

A play written, directed and produced by
Shawnette Hamilton Robertson

Co Directed by Artie Thompson

Stage Managed by Koya Bragg Summers

MEET OUR STORY TELLERS ON THE STAGE

Paula Flynn
Miya Bass
Shawnette Hamilton Robertson
Paul Foster
Benjamin Rowe
Kristin Dawn Dumas
Cassandra Jeudi
Jalan Barber
Lindsay Johnson
Dara J. Bragg
Charles E. Williams
TJ Sealey

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MODEL AUDITIONS FOR FASHION WEEK SHOW

SATURDAY AUGUST, 20TH, 12:00NOON AT PEARL STUDIOS,
500 8TH AVENUE, SUITE 1205,
WILLIAM MICHAEL REID – DIRECTOR

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SUNDAY AUGUST 21, 2016
FOOD & FASHION
ALL WHITE YACHT FASHION EVENT

UpScale Dinner & Fashion Networking Event.  Join Celebrity Wendy Isaac and Fashion Friends for a wonderful evening of Food & Fashion.  Network with Magazine Editors, Fashion Bloggers, Perfume Branding Models and much much more…. It’s going to be a evening to remember……

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Fashion Dinner Le Coiffeur Style on the Water . Come out and get a 4 course meal while cruising on the All White Affair with Le Coiffeur .  Just a sneak peek of what’s coming on Sunday August 21 on the Nautical Empress boarding at 7pm leaving from pier 36 Marina 299 South Street .. Get your tickets Couples $75  Single $40 TICKET INFO:  Http://lecoiffeurstylethewater.eventbrite.com  Call 6462455258 or 646 388 0319 for more info.  We sail RAIN OR SHINE,

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KURVICIOUS FLYER 2

4TH ANNUAL FACE OF KURVACIOUS
MODEL COMPETITION
SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 7:00PM

Join us for our 4th Annual Face of Kurvacious Model Competition. Enjoy an evening of Kurves, Klass, & Konfidence as our contestants compete for the title of Face of Kurvacious 2016.

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Come shop our Klassy Boutique Vendors,enjoy a special live performance by Yazmin Soul, music by DJ BLACK MOSES, dynamic food catered by 2CousinsStew Catering, scrumtious treats and so much more. Also let us not forget the big debut of our Kurvy Dolls!!
VIP $65 (includes model competition,one hour of unlimted cocktails, dinner, and complimentary dessert bar.

General Admin $40 (includes model competition).  https://kurvaciousmodels.ticketleap.com/2016-face-of-kurvacious-model-competition/t/KURVACIOUSFACEBOOK/

Fashion Week London Fall-Winter 2016-2017 Christopher Kane

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“There is an idea of beauty expired this season,” says Christopher Kane. “But how that dead and thrown away beauty often looks better than when it was supposedly alive. The notion of lost and found had come to us some time ago and we had started to collect and collage these things together, ideas and memories of people, places and objects at different times. I have always been obsessed with recluses and the image of the outsider making their own world by hoarding things away. We wanted to emulate that for this collection; to take unlikely things and make them beautiful, looking to an outsider who has her own rules and her own style – she does what she wants and defines her own beauty.”

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The unconventional, transformative journey of the Christopher Kane girl continues this season in a collection that celebrates the lost and found. Drawing on the autobiographical, the figure of the outsider and the idea of a new primitivism, the discarded detritus of glamour is accumulated and elevated to new heights of fashion in the collection.

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Subverting humdrum ideas of luxury, a notion of preciousness and elegance is derived from the everyday together with the more exalted this season, making the ordinary extraordinary. From the humble cardboard box, transformed into corrugated camel coloured leather for clothing and accessories, to the bricolage of embroideries and appliques, ranging from the precious to the throwaway – many made with the input of the legendary Lesage for the first time – there is a purposefully naïve mix of techniques and textures, trinkets and talismans, that almost belies the complex care and craftsmanship behind the clothing and accessories this season.

 

Meaning and chaos combine in a dream-like, stream

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of consciousness process for the collection – itself mirroring the idea of lost and found. An idea of contrast and coexistence in experimentation abounds, making use of long-term research as well as a fresh, celebratory spontaneity in the clothing. Time-lapse photography of the life cycle of flowers – a special studio project that took an entire week to document – appears as a new spin on lenticular accessories as well as in studio crafted, photo-real floral prints this season. Chantilly lace is felted and mixed with scrim to produce a new kind of fabrication, luxurious in its purposefully faded glory. Meanwhile, mink is made hyper-modern when lined with reflective fabrics together with lace electrified by reflective stitching.

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This season also sees the introduction of a new Kane logo, a somewhat tongue-in-cheek notion of the luxury house staple, in a purposely ‘Ye Olde English’ found typeface. While the rain-mate bonnet is revisited, somewhat more luxuriously, with the milliner Stephen Jones for this collection – a first-time collaboration with the house.

Altogether, this season sees a mix of childhood memory and desire for some of the finer things in life, simultaneously with a celebration of the preciousness of the high fashion process once it is attained.

 

MAISON MARGIELA – MEN DARLING…

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In a postmodern world, masculine fragility need not hide behind closed doors.

The Maison Margiela questions the tropes that define the role of man in today’s society – his uniform, his armour, and the tactile underpinnings of his sartorial wardrobe. When all expectations fall away, what melancholic remnants remain in his age of post-emotional experience?

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Answers abound in the salvaged effects of past lives, when archetypes were once vested with authenticity. Gradations of the two-piece suit reflect process and power, as the proud craft of full-canvas tailoring is rendered decorative by exposed basting stitches (like spontaneous embroidery). Coat shoulders are rounded and soft, trousers fall to a loose cuff, and shirtsleeves flutter in silk poplin. Domestic foulard prints like curtains or tablecloths are illustrated with pastoral scenes and heraldic insignias, re-assembled as new shirting hybrids snapped together with salt-shrunk jersey or chambray cotton. Sepia-toned tweeds and Prince of Wales checks mingle with technical shell tanks and purist knit swimsuits that evoke a lost athletic elegance. Square-toed loafers fold down at the heel, and lace-up boots become a trompe l’oeil sandal.

Produced from found garments of varying sources and periods, ‘Replica’ styles are signified by an external white label, whilst a selection of seven ‘Re-edition’ garments return to the Spring Summer 2017 collection from within the Maison’s archives – designed between 1999-2005.

The rain falls down on last year’s man, an hour has gone by and he has not moved his hand.

Best Smeller for Fall and Winter

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With the end of the summer around the corner, winterly sweetness approaches: When it’s getting colder outside, we start longing for warm, aromatic and heavy fragrances. With shorter days and lower temperatures, chypre scents, oriental and gourmand aromas are coming, too. we present the fragrances that will sugarcoat the coziest time of the year even more!

Four seasons and its fragrances

Fall marks the transition between summer and winter. In order to have the proper scent ready for this season that will make our individual personalities stand out in any wind and weather, many perfume lovers have started collecting their very own “seasonal scent storage”. Aquatically fresh as well as sweet and fruity summer fragrances are now to be toss in storage in a cool and dry place for a winter slumber. Different fragrance compositions with a more weighty quality are now on spot: earthy, woody, soft, balsamic, warm and sensual scents; attributes that fit especially well to fall and winter. The new every day companions predominantly contain warm accords such as vanilla and musk.

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Fall Scents

Anything goes this fall: a great number of aroma combinations are possible during this season. Women now prefer the warmth, whereas men rather go for woody and spicy fragrances. Many people also like to wear chypre scents besides oriental and spicy compositions: this is a perfume category that consists of a lemon-heavy top note such as bergamot or orange, a flowery heart of rose or jasmine oil and a warm, woody and mossy base note of oak moss and musk. With its earthy heavy, moldy sweet, very exotic scent, Patchouli is another important ingredient of oriental fragrances. In addition, the outlandish heavy, smoky scent of vetiver is very intense and long-lasting that hence fits perfectly to fall season.

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Sandelholz, as one of the oldest perfume ingredients, has a warm, soft, woody balsamic and sweet smell that steadily stays on the skin for quite a long time. It belongs to the precious, more expensive perfumery raw materials and is responsible for the fragrance’s classic woody note.

The all-time classic vanilla is the world’s best known aroma of mother nature. Its scent is very intense and yet, sweet and gives deepness and a long-lasting presence to perfumes.