Collection which is displayed by a renowned American designer Thakoon Panichgul ie. All in gambrungi by celebrities and other important people.The designer made his mark on each trend from recent seasons. He took the military parka and transformed it into a cropped jacket with picked shoulders and a vuluptuous back panel, calling it the ‘half trench’. Sheer is nothing new this season, but Panichugal managed to push it to a new level.Thakoon Panichgul characterized his Pre-Fall 11 collection as ‘soft still, but cleaner.’
Spring has arrived would have brought appearances also with a relaxed and happy with the model and the model fell loose. Which suggests that our appearance in the spring although relaxing but can also be used for official events. Choosing a bag in the Spring 2011 will have no problem. Any size, material and styles will actual. Like last season, the color of fashion handbag in trends spring 2011 pick up for the belt, accessories, the color of hair or spectacles, shoes also should be combined only with the clothes. Spring 2011 is great time for the most laze people.
We saw a selection of dresses and trousers suits made of luxurious leathers and thick wools. His collection consisted of maily blacks, whites, greys and neutral shades, with Costa calling his technique ‘minimal and almost monastic’. Which was mirrored in his fitted dress made out of black wool, paired with a double leather belt, to which he named the ‘power dress’.
If you’re looking for sophisticatedly simple lines and monochromatic hues in slim coat, riding pants, or chic little dress, then Calvin Klein is the place to go. Some designers might dabble in minimalism, but at Calvin Klein stark subtlety is a religion, and the Pre-Fall 11 collection proved to be no different. Each piece created by Costa worked in harmony together, and was very much a continuation from his previous SS11 shows.
He showed the versatility of his designs by showing the same tunic worn as a dress as well as a long top over the perfectly tailored trousersuits. Taking a simple black dress and topping it with this seasons aviator jacket, Costa also reinvented the favourited deep sea blue shift dress, (pictured below from his SS11 collection) and instead created a very similar garment constructed from rhick black wool. He played around with the lengths of the garments – From the current maxi length to the classic knee and thigh lengths, which added sex appeal to the otherwise conservative ensembles. Fransisco stated that the bonded, double face, black leather used throughout his collection had become a favourite and a signature piece used for the house and that we should expect to see much more of it in up coming seasons.
Unique design with similar clothes like brown colored jacket with knit combined with flowers like yellow. Colored flowers are beautiful and suitable to apply in the spring.?Oscar de la Renta doesn’t need trends. He has his faithful brigade of well-shod women who appreciate the clear care and attention he gives his reliably ladylike collection. His mission, always, is to celebrate femininity.
He showed myriad printed day dresses with fitted waists and full skirts. They were ruffled, laced, or printed with a painterly grid.
Even his separates were marked with a certain refinement and gentility…a peachy-nude twinset topping a cream floral-cutout skirt that skimmed but didn’t cling. Read the rest of this entry »
Macrame is mostly used for accessories and objects; because it’s constructed of knots it can be bulky and have little stretch to it. Nevertheless, 2011 sees it used on clothing and accessories alike. Because it can often have a very open weave, macrame is 2011′s perfect accompaniment to beachwear. Just have a look at the examples from Gucci and Christian Dior below – an open-weave macrame dress is ideal for layering over a bikini, monokini or bodysuit.
Macrame is made by knotting the main fabric to great visual affect. It’s a craft most often associated with 19th century sailors, who made all kinds of macrame objects in their spare time – with shipping rope, or from leather, yarn, twine or other sturdy materials. Macrame in particular also heralds in a subtle nautical revival, seen as well in the naval-inspired stripes and numerous pairs of wide-leg sailor pants gracing the runways.