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The most attractive 10 bags from Milan

YSL bag

We buy not because we need but because we want! I wrote already about this but these days I feel like never before! 🙂
Every time I’m going along the shopping streets and watching the vitrines I want something 😂! I’m not a shopaholic! It’s just the way they are decorating their vitrines! Especially before the Christmas when they put the most attractive pieces ever!❤️
Yesterday I went to buy Christmas gifts and decided to make few pictures and here is the result! 10 bags from via Montenapoleone, via della Spiga and the most important shop of Milan – Rinascente that didn’t allow me to pass through without putting my camera out of my pocket!

Dolce&Gabbana bag

Balenciaga bag

YSL bag

Valentino bag

Loewe bag

Gucci bag

Fendi bag

Dior bag

Dolce&Gabbana bag

Tod's bag

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Dior fashion house has decided to surprise its fans, offering a new guise for the brand’s signature Lady Dior handbag. Popular accessory updated its line of six new models – in the way as it see well-known artists: Mat Collishaw, Ian Davenport, Daniel Gordon, Chris Martin, Jason Martin and Matthew Porter. Now this classic bag not only has updated its design with modern touches, but turned into an art object. Fashionistas and connoisseurs of art have already started to hunt it! The limited-edition Dior Lady Art collection will be available since Nov. 29 during Art Basel, Miami. By the way, it includes top-handle Lady Dior by artist Marc Quinn, which was the first one who presented his art collaboration with the fashion house.

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

Lady Dior handbag is decorated by unique art prints

It’s time to assemble the perfect fall makeup kit!

While doing so we need to be considerate towards our skin, which will be influenced by the sharp change in temperature levels. I’d recommend using water-resistant makeup for the rainy months of October and November, you’re going to need it! Especially if you forget your umbrella! Something good like the irreplaceable COVERPROOF tonal cream, which can withstand almost all weather conditions, and look great at a party has to be present in your fall kit! Don’t forget about Diors waterproof mascara, I love using its rich, dark tone in the fall. Super long lasting lipstick from Caylin and NYX, which have a line that’s named after cities is sure to lighten your transitioning mood! Make sure your makeup arsenal contains nude and rich berry colored lipstick! A blusher should be present, in a tone that matches your lipstick choice. The final touch should be an intensive and rich in aroma perfume, sure to overpower drowsy fall rains!


Illustration – Nasty Gry

Before the new fashion season: which brands have replaced a creative director?

Before we traditionally plunge in the next fashion season in autumn, traveling the main fashion week capitals, we want to remember about a series of big departures and appointments that have occurred in the leading fashion houses since the beginning of 2016. Recently, there were so many designer shake-ups that we barely had time to follow the rotation of the brands’ creative directors. To prepare for the autumn fashion debuts, now is the perfect time to take stock and remember who of famous designers changed a place of work, and who is still in free floating.


Calvin Klein

Out: Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli
In: Raf Simons

Francisco Costa and Italo Zucchelli were ushered out of their respective roles as creative directors of women’s and men’s at Calvin Klein Collection. And after months of rumors swirling, last week Calvin Klein has officially confirmed the hire of Raf Simons, who left Dior in October 2015, as its new chief creative officer.


Out: Raf Simons
In: Maria Grazia Chiuri

As we have said, Dior is not so quickly found a replacement for Raf Simons. The brand hadn’t eminent leader for almost a year. But in July, the fashion house named Maria Grazia Chiuri as its new creative director, placing a woman at the helm of the pre-eminent fashion house for the first time in its 69-year history. She was previously co-creative director at the Italian label Valentino together with Pierpaolo Piccioli. Perhaps he will remain the only creative director of Valentino brand.

Diane von Furstenberg 

Out: Michael Herz
In: Jonathan Saunders

In May Diane von Furstenberg announced that she’s hired the Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders as her company’s chief creative officer. In December 2015, he suddenly announced that he would shutter the eponymous womenswear label he founded in 2003, cuing widespread speculation that he was in the running for the top job at Dior. But now Saunders is following a line of male designers who’ve worked alongside Von Furstenberg, the last one of which was Michael Herz. But his predecessor hadn’t such broad responsibilities.

Saint Laurent

Out: Hedi Slimane
In: Anthony Vaccarello

In April Saint Laurent announced the departure of Hedi Slimane as its creative and image director. During four years with Saint Laurent he completely revamped the company in his own image of rocker cool. His successor became Anthony Vaccarello, whose aesthetics, by the way, is very similar to Slimane’s collections.

Versus Versace

Out: Anthony Vaccarello

Before naming the creative director of Saint Laurent, a talented designer Anthony Vaccarello had collaborations with many authoritative fashion houses. And for the last two years he has been the creative director of the second line of Versace fashion house – Versus. Now this vacancy is still open.

Salvatore Ferragamo 

Out: Massimiliano Giornetti

After working for more than 15 years at the fashion house, the last five of which – as the creative director of Salvatore Ferragamo, Massisiliano Giornetti resigned in March. The brand has not yet found a replacement for him, for now it is relying on its in-house teams for collections.


Out: Brendan Mullane
In: Justin O’Shea

Brioni menswear couture house has also undergone significant changes. After nearly four years at Brioni Brendan Mullane has departed. The house’s new creative director became the star of street style and Instagram Justin O’Shea. It’s rather unexpected decision, because Justin is not even a designer. Before this position he was global fashion director of MyTheresa.


Out: Alessandro Sartori

Another brand of classic menswear, which was headed about five years by the Italian designer Alessandro Sartori, lost its creative director. Reportedly in discussions the next one will be the Colombian designer Haider Ackermann. This information appeared in the press a few weeks ago. So, we haven’t confirmed it yet.

Ermenegildo Zegna

Out: Stefano Pilati
In: Alessandro Sartori

After the departure from Berluti, Alessandro Sartori took a similar position at Ermenegildo Zegna, which during the last four years belonged to Stefano Pilati. But the new appointment of Sartori cannot be called a surprise. Before joining Berluti in 2011, Sartori spent eight years as designer of Z Zegna, the Italian brand’s second line.


Out: Alessandra Facchinetti 

Alessandra Facchinetti also joined the ranks of the departed artistic directors in May. She said goodbye to the Tod’s fashion house after three years of working together. She also worked at Gucci and Valentino before.

Costume National

Out: Ennio and Carlo Capasa

In March it was announced that Ennio and Carlo Capasa, who founded the Italian fashion house Costume National in 1986, are stepping down from their respective roles as creative director and chief executive of the label. The brand is currently owned by the Japanese company Sequedge, whom the Capasas first partnered with in 2009.


Out: Alber Elbaz
In: Bouchra Jarrar

The fashion world was shocked when Alber Elbaz was ousted from Lanvin in October 2015, the house he revived over a 14-year tenure. In March 2016 his successor became couturier Bouchra Jarrar. She has already presented her first cruise collection for the brand. But her real debut will be during the Spring 2017 season. As for Elbaz, sources said that he will soon be seen in collaboration with the Uniqlo brand, Japan’s fast fashion label. By the way, not so long ago it became known that Christophe Lemaire had also joined to Japanese brand team, leading the Uniqlo U line.

Dior MU Artist Alexandra Kelbas about foundation Dior Nude Air

Dior Nude Air – is the lightest foundation serum for now. It is absolutely new word in the world of tonal products. The serum makes your skin absolutely flawless and the most pleasant you can’t feel this cream on your face. We like to apply it ! Its very bendable and has amazing refreshing smell – its great foundation for summer when to make up is always problem because it makes a “mask on the face” filling. To avoid this effect Dior Nude Air was invented. Despite the lightest texture the cream has matt finish so can be calm about fat shining face.
You can apply it by brush, sponge or fingers. We prefer fingers!) Just a few drops of product and a base for your makeup is ready. One bottle you can use a very long period because its really flexible consistence and for all face you need a very small amount of it.
Dior Nude Air+wet effect lip gloss+natural cared brows=you ready for swimming pool parties season!
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