Everyone was waiting to see what she would have on…and it’s Givenchy. Not really blown away.
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Posted in Fall Fashion, tagged alice + olivia, dsquared, erin fetherston, giorgio armani, givenchy, herve leger, lanvin, milly, prabal gurung, pre-fall, pre-fall 2012, rachel zoe, tribune standard, yigal azrouel on January 9, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Who has been catching my attention at Paris Fashion Week the most? Ms. Kinga Rajzak. Take a look at past editorials of Rajzak’s first…
It seems as though there’s a certain tone being set in this shoot, no? Ms. Schiffer looks rather hot and bad in the August issue of Vogue Germany.
Clad in leather, Schiffer donned Givenchy, Viktor & Rolf, and Dolce & Gabbana for the shoot.
Posted in Red Carpet, tagged alicia keys, burberry, calvin klein, diane kruger, fergie, givenchy, harry winston, isla fisher, jason wu, jimmy choo, josh duhamel, joshua jackson, julianne hough, kristen bell, lavande, maggie gyllenhall, marchesa, met gala, peter sarsgaard, riccardo, ryan seacrest, stella mccartney, swizz beatz, tory burch, ysl on May 3, 2011| Leave a Comment »
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Gwen Stefani in Givenchy for May issue of Elle magazine
The Kennedy’s were perhaps the only “American royalty” we’ve ever had. Scandalous and controversial for a number of reasons, they are still discussed to this day. While we may not know what exactly took place in their lives, one thing is for certain; the Kennedy’s were fashion icons. With The Kennedys TV miniseries soon to make its debut, I thought I’d look back at some of the memorable fashions. Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis became a fashion icon for women all over the world during JFK’s presidency. From 1960-1963 French designer and family friend Oleg Cassini dressed Jackie in many of her iconic and memorable ensembles.
Fashion was so important, Jackie actually spent $45,466 more on clothes than the $100,000 annual salary JFK earned as president. Jacqueline was well-known for her A-line dresses, evening gowns, above the elbow gloves, round dark sunglasses, and pillbox hats. Jacqueline dazzled crowds in Chanel, Givenchy, and Dior.
Jacqueline was not the only fashionable Kennedy however. When you think of JFK’s fashion, those impeccable slim-cut Brooks Brothers suits comes to mind. JFK made such an impact on fashion with these, Brooks Brothers resurrected the style and cut worn by him, and named it The Fitzgerald. JFK was also known for relaxed look; khakis, sweaters, and Wayfarer sunglasses.