Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Japanese Eccentric

Traditional Japanese Style

Ryohei Koiso

Japanese Inspired Collection Spring 2013


[Above Images Do Not Belong To Me]

Japanese eccentric

ISOLA MARRAS kimono jacket
$400 -

Bruuns Bazaar wool coat
$320 -

Mizutori wooden shoes

Uroco wedding clutch

Uroco wedding clutch

Uroco wedding clutch

Mimco sheer lipstick
$26 -

Thursday, January 10, 2013

London: Mod Princess

1960s British Fashion 

British Inspired 2013 Collection

Marc Jacobs:

Spring 2013

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Mod Princess

3 1 phillip lim

Diane von Furstenberg jersey knit skirt
$335 -

See by Chloé black boots
$350 -

Edie parker

Stila waterproof eye liner

Nars cosmetic
$26 -

Christian dior

[These images do not belong to me]

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Lee Hyori in Vogue Korea

If you don't know who Ms. Lee Hyori is (First name Hyori) you must look her up. She's the queen of K-Pop and has been in the buisness for quite some time. She's the ultamate sex symbol but a total down to earth tom boy at heart. This comes across on the stage when she performs in sporty chic fashions that Korea is known for. Hyori has worked with Jessica Alba, and was a spokes person for Addidas. With lots of Korean Emmys under her belt and a personality of a girl next door, Hyori is Korea's It Girl.

With her recent endorsement for Adidas, Hyori is photographed with various Adidas equipment and Jeremy Scott shoes. She’s also wearing clothing and accessories from Christos by Amsale, David Yurman, Diane Von Furstenberg, Bulgari, Juicy Coutoure, Fendi, Dior, Jamie&Bell, Kang Hee Sook, Jardin de Chouette, Ann Demeulemeester, Missoni, Ash, Repetto, Amsale and Gucci. 
[Caption belongs to Vogue Korea]


[All images belong to Vogue Korea]

Sunday, July 17, 2011


Emma Watson is one of my favorite people. Not only because she has amazing style but because she is real. shes true to her own inhibitions and walks to her own beat and rhythm. I'm totally inspired and excited for what her future has in store for her!

As Hermione’s perpetual adolescence has given way to Emma’s young womanhood, the fashion world has taken notice. In 2009 she was invited by the designer Christopher Bailey to appear in Burberry’s fall campaign. “I thought, If people are going to write about what I’m wearing, then I would wear young British designers who need the publicity.” At the same time, Emma has experimented with designing her own, ethically made clothing line sourced from organic producers. To date she has collaborated with People Tree, a fair-trade clothing organization, on three collections. A few months ago she received a call from Alberta Ferretti, who wanted to collaborate with her on an eco-friendly line called Pure Threads. Emma was so happy, she says, “I practically cried.” Recently, Emma read a script by Stephen Chbosky, based on his hit teen-angst novel, The Perks of Being a Wall Flower, and knew instantly that she had to play the role of Samantha, a character as far removed from the wholesome Hermione as could be.

“I’m going to do what I want to do. I’m going to be who I really am. I’m going to figure out what that is.”

Find the whole Article HERE


Watson’s gamine beauty is offset by a Tom Ford gold chain-mail top. Undercover skirt with brass feather overlay. Louis Vuitton clutch.


   “I’ve probably earned the right to screw up a few times,” she says. “I don’t want the fear of failure to stop me from doing what I really care about”


Watson in an Aquilano. Rimondi dress. Alexander McQueen nude jewel-encrusted thigh-high boots. Solange Azagury-Partridge rings. On actor Tom Hughes: Charvet shirt and bow tie. 


“She can dig deep to find an emotion,” says director David Yates, “and bring it to the scene.”
Prada paillette dress. In this story: hair, Christiaan; makeup, Val Garland at Streeters. Set design by Michael Howells. Produced on location by, London.

[All Images belong to Vogue]

Here's a look I created based on the lovely Emma Watson!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

City of the Future: Street Style

Tokyo is the technological future and one of the fashion capitals of the world. If there is a more fearless city then I would like to see it because fashion here is the definition of creativity. From cosplay to high fashion Tokyo is the place to be. Think the sky is the limit and express yourself in colors, lots of layers and textures. Grab an idea and run with it!
Windy Unicorn Dress- by Sretsis at Maximillia
Tights for Every Occasion in Lunch Date- Modcloth
Angela Beads Fan Clutch- French Connection
Crocheted wool and chain bib necklace- Marni
Lipstick- Illamasqua
Black Cutout Obi Belt-
Amour for Women eau de perfume- Kenzo
birds shoes- Miu Miu

Petite Black 3/4 Sleeve Blazer- Top Shop
Flirtie Lace Bandeau- Cosabella
Tapered Sheer Trouser- See by Chloé
Sandals Click to Zoom- Alexander McQueen
Organic Blue Sapphire Ring- Lucifer Vir Honestus
Skull-devoré velvet scarf- Alexander McQueen
Black Mickey Sunglasses- Jeremy Scott
Purr perfume bottle revealed- Katy Perry's
Egg Clutch- Judith Leiber