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EMMA SLATER – Dancing With The Stars Magazine Cover Editorial Photographed by VITAL AGIBALOW for HENSEL

June 19, 2016

Published June 2016 Social Life magazine – USA / HAMPTONS


image below Fashions: Alley mini dress by Black Halo @blackhalostyle


image below Fashions: Peacock white lace off-the-shoulder Dress by Yoana Baraschi @yoanabaraschi


image below Fashions: Dress by Yoana Baraschi @yoanabaraschi




EMMA SLATER @EmmaSlaterDANCE – DANCING With The STARS @dancingabc #dwts Celebrity

Photographed by VITAL AGIBALOW for HENSEL

Published June 2016 Social Life magazine – USA / HAMPTONS

Styling by Christine Montanti @sociallifemagazine

Hair by Leonard Calandra @nubestsalon
Makeup: Ryann of @nubestsalon

Behind The Scenes VIDEO from this Magazine fashion COVER Editorial photo shoot below ;

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MISSONI FALL 2015 COLLECTION runway show in Milan – Italy

March 1, 2015

MISSONI FALL 2015 COLLECTION full fashion runway show VIDEO below;


Trompe l’œil marble veining on the body like tattoos. New space-dyed patterns in wide, uneven and blurred bands like television static. Coloured metallic inlaid within the graphic patter of wood and marble. The alluring marquetry of cuts, patterns and textures. Graphics of the materials from postmodern interior design, like works by Richard Artschwager.

These are the markings of the neo-body-conscious Missoni woman for next Winter armed with the dashing and seductive spontaneity of her “deep in knit” ensembles.

Tight legging-like trousers combine with one-shoulder knits and deep zippered V necks. Overalls in sheer marbled jersey are worn  under metallic mash tank dresses or short tight linear dresses with body-revealing slits. Soft and enveloping, elastic and versatile, satiny and transparent as a second skin. Long masculine jackets and capes with narrow tuxedo lapels, in which jacquard patterns expand like construction games on horizontal, perpendicular and diagonal levels, transforming the veining and zigzags into something more abstract, spectacular and iconic.

Bands of colour from white to black, from orange to bright red from greens to purple to pastel colours. Space dyeing and zigzags, veined and striped jaquards alternate and interact like the mark of an energetic and playful collection that gives freedom to mix and match.

Illuminated by long and ultralight dangling metal coloures fringes earrings and accessorized with calfskin boots, shoes and sabots with slashed upper and C-shaped heels in resin and metal. Little marbled resin bags feature bands with sides and linings in laminated suede.  Large leather bags have two handles and sides in laminated suede.



ROBERTO CAVALLI FALL 2015 collection runway show

February 28, 2015

ROBERTO CAVALLI FALL 2015 collection runway show VIDEO below;

The perfume of China, intense and sophisticated like the view of Shanghai from the Bund, modern and precious like the contemporary art district of Peking.

 The Roberto Cavalli Fall  2015/16 collection takes its inspiration from an unexpected vision of the Great Country, seen through the lens of the highest Italian craftsmanship.

In this interpretation, iconic Chinese elements become luxurious details and leitmotifs  of a style that is both cosmpolitan and modern.  Oversize gold “pagoda”  buttons  punctuate the dresseses, coats and maxi-gilets at a raised waist, to create an elongated silhouette.  Ming vase inspired floral motifs in golden metal climb up the transparent plexiglass heels of ankle boots worn with dresses both short and supershort and semi-flats worn with loose, tailored pants.  Decorations become jewels: buckles on the wide belts and on the new Heroine  bag that can be worn as a maxi clutch or as a shoulder bag. The last reference to traditional Chinese motifs is in the linings of the long coats, painted and embroidered  like cloisonne’ enamel.

 Then, a modern motif  inspired by the romantic Chinese heroine  Maggie Cheung:  the windowpane check print cheongesam in the film “In the mood for love.”   This graphic element is newly interpreted as a white stiched leather embellishment on  column coats in wool crepe, in white string embroidery on black micropaillette evening dresses, melded with classic floral patterns, in white pailletes on fur,  or in silk fringed by hand and added to fabric to create an entirely new type of “fur.”

 Shanghai night dresses, very long or super short in hand lacquered chinese-screen print silk,   ocelet printed ponyskin,  sinuous liquid paillettes with tulle intarsia,  and slender wrapped silk with  velvet embroidery melding opium garden motifs with delicate traces of tiger stripes. Dreamy evening dresses flow with soleil panelleled degradé chiffon plissé.



KTZ by Designer Marjan Pejoski Fall 2015 collection at New York Fashion Week

February 17, 2015

KTZ fall 2015 Collection full fashion runway show VIDEO below;



Tuesday, February 17th, 2015
3:00 PM
MADE at Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street, 2nd Floor
Designer Marjan Pejoski of London-based Fashion label
KTZ showed his collection for the first time at New York
Fashion Week, choosing MADE at Milk Studios for his
stateside debut.

The show featured music by Nid & Sancy,
Make up by Gato for Maybelline,

nails by Pattie Yankee,

casting by Julia Samersova/Cast Inc.

and hair by Marc Mena.

Front Row attendees included Fabolous, Whoopi
Goldberg, Jonny Wujek, Bishop Nehru, Sita Abellan, TK
Wonder & Cipriana Quann, Patti Wilson, Ivy Levan, Nini Fabi
of Haerts, Miss J Alexander, Lynn Yaeger, and others.

KTZ Website​| Twitter​| Instagram​| Facebook




DONNA KARAN Fall 2015 collection Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York

February 16, 2015

Donna Karan Fall 2015 collection Full Runway show VIDEO below;


Backstage Beauty at DONNA KARAN Fall 2015 collection

Lead make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury and the MAC PRO Team

Lead hair stylist – Eugene Souleiman

Nail design Deborah Lippman – founder & creative director



IDAN COHEN Fall 2015 Collection Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week

February 14, 2015

IDAN COHEN Fall 2015 Collection full fashion runway show VIDEO below;

Saturday, February 14th 2015 @ 4:00 PM

The Pavilion @ Lincoln Center
Designer Idan Cohen, based in Tel Aviv, Israel, is known in his home country for specializing in bridal wear
and elegant, sensual evening wear. On February 14th, the designer realized two of his dreams, marrying his
partner Elad Borenstein at the first ever Fashion Week wedding, followed by his first ever show in New York
City. The wedding featured singing by “Nashville” duo Lennon & Maisy, who then sat front row at the show
fashion show.
Cohen’s inspiration for the collection was femininity, and the woman’s body. He aims to make any woman
feel confident and sexy in any of his styles.

The show featured hair by Marc Mena for Warren Tricomi,

makeup by Regan Rabanal for MAC Cosmetics,

styling by Masha Orlov,

nails by Pattie Yankee

music by The Misshapes.
VIP attendees included Leigh Lezark (The Misshapes), Lennon & Maisy, Miss J. Alexander, Kristen Taekman
(Real Housewives of NY), Shanola Hampton (Shameless) and more.





February 14, 2015

The LACOSTE style seen by Felipe Oliveira Baptista? An essential style. A style

with a strong heritage yet more-than-ever contemporary, an urban style that

flirts with the open air, a style that is neither masculine nor feminine but

both equally. A style injected with casually sophisticated sportswear that

plays with codes and strips down to the essential: self-expression. The

starting points of the collection were the vision of one man, René Lacoste,

and tennis, which made him famous both as a champion and as an inventor.

Felipe Oliveira Baptista pays tennis a tribute once more this season, and

offers a ‘winter tennis’ that mixes the supple lightness of sportswear with

the tailored elegance of long protective coats. This spirit runs through an

entire wardrobe where menswear and womenswear echo each other.

Tailoring is inspired by the casual refinement of the 30s and fantasized by the

graphic and colorful 70s. The collection is built around a ‘chic’ that does not

take itself seriously: ‘René did it first’ and ‘Tennis anyone?’ are featured on

sweatshirts and sweaters. The story is set: this winter is all about tennis!

The wardrobe showcases a look inspired by the past but made contemporary

by its play on strong contrasts: super-structured sportswear meets lengths,

volumes, strong colors, subtle tones, solid fabrics and art-deco prints

revisited by the 70s. A tennis dress is worn under a men’s overcoat or a

striped club blazer. Stripes, one of the sporty codes reinvented for the

season, go all the way, as seen on a white cable-knit and navy V-neck cricket

sweater-turned-dress that can be worn different ways. The tracksuit also, at

the core of the wardrobe, is reimagined like an urban ensemble in jersey,

nylon or silk. Oliveira Baptista pays tribute to René Lacoste ‘the inventor’ too

when experimenting on the versatility of garments as functional daily

pieces, with sweaters and coats that feature sleeves which can unfasten to

free the arm movement or dresses that transform according to the wearer’s

whim. Does comfort offer a new allure or vice-versa? Anyhow, it is a

free-thinking cosmopolitan allure that exudes the pleasure of reinventing.


ALLURE – The look is light and protective. It offers short skirts sheltered by

long coats and knits that follow the body curves worn with flowing volumes.

The mix-and-match of sporty and tailored pieces creates an urban versatile


COLORS – Signature LACOSTE colors, grass green, red and blue featured in

subtle shades; touches of acidic lime green and vibrant purple; an array of

grey-to-black hues, as well as white, beige, camel and gold.

FABRICS – The collection plays with fabric weights – double-faced wool,

mixed cottons, slubbed canvas or thick knit on one side and poplin and

ultra-fine nylons or flowing jerseys and striped woven wools on the other;

original archive prints by the inventor of the crocodile logo Robert George.

ESSENTIALS – The tracksuit is celebrated like a city outfit in thick jerseys as

well as more flowing fabrics; skirts and skirt dresses with small pleats;

color-blocked reversible raincoats in wool and cotton; short trench coats in


ACCESSORIES – In the late 20s, Robert George, friend of René Lacoste,

embroidered a crocodile on the champion’s blazer. The animal, that had

become the player’s emblem, would be the symbol of the brand that LACOSTE

created a few years later. This episode marked the start of a long collabora-

tion, as the illustrator designed many patterns for the brand, including two

checks used now in color on polo shirts. They are also seen on the various

styles of the René bags, a sturdy and elegant line inspired by original vintage

sport bags and available this season in three sizes. Vintage sport infuses

footwear too, with three men’s sneakers taken from the brand’s archives: the

René, invented for the courts in 1963 by René Lacoste himself; the LS.12, a

highlight at recent LACOSTE runway shows; the Kingdom, inspired by 90s

tennis and reissued in supple leathers. The latter is unisex and suits the

LACOSTE woman too, working as an alternative to the minimalist derby or the

low-cut pump which are both showcased on the runway and available in the

color palette of the season. Solid or striped sporty tennis headbands and

‘cut-out’ caps protect the everyday athlete from the cold.


Backstage Beauty ;

Lead Hair Stylist – Laurent Philippon for Bumble & Bumble

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Key Make-up Artist – Mayia and the M·A·C PRO team

Manicure  –  Prity NY 

Lacoste Fall/Winter 2015 Runway Show | New York… by Fashion_TV


1 Mica Arganaraz  Argentina

2 Piero Mendez  Spain

3 Lexi Boling USA

4 Arthur Chruszcz Germany

5 Julia Nobis  Australia

6 Vanessa Moody  USA

7 Fernando Cabral Portugal

8 Mia Gruenwald  Germany

9 Abiah Hostvedt Jamaica

10 Ola Rudnika Poland

11 Anna Cleveland Netherlands

12 Felix Gesnouin France

13 Julia Van OS Netherlands

14 Arthur Gosse France

15 Margarita Pugovka Latvia

16 Aneta Pajak Poland

17 Regitze Christensen Danemark

18 Dani Witt  Brazil

19 Angel Rutledge USA

20 Miles Langford England

21 Chris Jackson USA

22 Sam Rollinson England

23 Nicola Wincenc USA

24 Hedvig Palm Sweden

25 Marique Schimmell Netherlands

26 Aya Jones France

27 Julia Nobis  Australia

28 Justin Girard USA

29 Aamito Lagum Ouganda

30 Sophia Ahrens Germany

31 Lexi Boling  USA

32 Anna Fokina Russia

33 Arthur Chruszcz Germany

34 Gryphon O’Shea USA

35 Arthur Gosse France

36 Kyle Mobus USA

37 Baptiste Radufe France

38 Luping Wang  China

39 Piero Mendez  Spain

40 Nastya Sten Russia

41 Fernando Cabral Portugal

42 Julia Hafstrom Sweden

43 Felix Gesnouin France

44 Mica Arganaraz  Argentina

45 Sam Rollinson England


1/ Mc Solaar – Nouveau Western

2/ Jack Dice feat. Stash Marina – Stash’s Theme

3/ IAM & RZA – Seul Face A Lui

4/ Suicideyear & Honeycoma – Brye Ting

Snippets/Samples from:

Beyonce – 7/11

Tokimonsta – Realla feat. Anderson Paak

Finale : Mc Solaar – Nouveau Western




KYE fall 2015 Collection at New York Fashion Week

February 12, 2015

KYE Fall 2015 Collection full fashion runway show VIDEO below;

Friday, February 12th 2015 @ 2:00 PM
Pier 59 Studios, New York City
Korean Designer Kathleen Kye s​howed her collection, featuring both women’s & men’s
looks, at Pier 59 Studios during New York Fashion Week. The show featured music by The
Misshapes,​styling by Lysa Cooper,​

makeup by Dick Page for Shiseido,​

hair by Matthew Curtis for TRESemme

nails by Rose Velez-Miggins f​or Tat’z Nail’z.​

VIP attendees included 2 Chainz (​Rapper),

Leigh Lezark (​The Misshapes), Nigel & Cristen
Barker,​and more.

People play cards and put coins in slot machines to hit the jackpot. Just for fun or out of
desperation, they bet on pure luck which inevitably leads to erroneous results. Without luck,
our life becomes dull, but if some youths lack in hard tries at life and hang on to the kind of
lifestyle for fluke, then their life’s realistic probability becomes null. They eventually become
losers in life.But this is also a moment of truth for KYE’s fashion for its FW 2015 collection. KYE catches
the symbols and images of luck – trump, fruits, tokens, 7s and slot machine emblems – with its
usual sense of humor by displaying them on various parts of the collection.
KYE presents different types of color palettes for various effects and introduces new
techniques in pattern-making: the “grass” embroidery, acrylic studding and customized
ribbing. Materials also reveal diverse sources, including manipulated velvet, cotton, faux fur
and denim. KYE delivers the fashion’s symbol for the losers by offering new retro styling in
contrast to its usual experimental offerings in previous collections. Perhaps, this points to
KYE’s new direction in its fashion business.

BACKSTAGE BEAUTY with Dick Page interview – VIDEO below;