Ways to say Black

The true style of séquins.

Model: (unknown)
Photographed by: Marc Pillai and Scheltens & Abbenes
Credit to: So Long As It Is Black

Gaspard Yurkievich dress
Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress
Phillip Lim dress
Azzaro dress
Valentino dress
Donna Karan dress
Diane von Furstenberg dress
Gianfranco Ferré dress
Marios Schwab dress
Alberta Ferretti dress
Vivienne Westwood dress
Lanvin dress
Fendi dress

Update: I found more dresses HERE.


Coming Soon

In the forenoon I watched Rossini's play, The Barber of Seville in the Opera. I really enjoyed it! I wore a great outfit there that I'd like to show you. Today I didn't have time to take pictures, so how about tomorrow? I'll show many accessories and more from my wardrobe aswell.

Look forward ;)

Burberry's heart

The Nova Heart collection was published months ago, but I HAD TO feature it. I fell in love with the pattern and the colors.
My 2 favorites are the bag and the wellingtons (I planned to buy them but I got nowhere yet...)
Also I'd love to see a trench coat with this pattern on.

Other pieces:

So lovely!
See more and more items HERE.

Winter is not over yet!

I say this because almost everyone wears the S/S trends and outfits by now, and forgets the previous season. But hey - it's still winter, so don't hesitate wearing the ""old"" fashionable things. Especially, because recently it gets colder and colder outside, today 40 centimeters (or more) of snow fell down at me.
Here is a stylish outfit I created few minutes ago. The cardigan is the main piece.


Would you wear this on the Red Carpet?

I would - but only at an Award ceremony what would be named after Lady GaGa, and there I'd be nominated for something, then win.
Hey, Brigitte, wake up from wondering! Let's stay at fashion!

Well, back to the Galaxy Dress (that's what it called), it's by Cute Circuit, the company what has also invented the Hug Shirt and many more like that. The whole idea is just sick in a positive way, as I'd say. The fabric contains 24,000 full color LED’s all over it, 4 layers of silk chiffon, 40-layer pleated silk organza crinoline, AND 4,000 little Swarovski crystals.

"It is also touted to be the world’s largest wearable display allowing you to advertise almost anything on your body. The dazzling lights work together to make a fashion statement like never before. A masterpiece, the intricate circuitry that underlies this frock was painstakingly hand-embroidered on a layer of silk. What is more, to ensure that the sparkle of this dress never fades, the designers have added four layers of silk chiffon, along with 4,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals that extend the gown’s glittery sheen even after the LED bulbs go dim.
A few iPod batteries power this dress for about 30 minutes to an hour while the LED technology ensures it doesn’t heat up. A futuristic and bedazzling creation, the Galaxy dress is on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago."

- luxurylaunches.com

Unfortunately the creation is not too wearable because of its heaviness. But no probs, it's great as a museum object aswell.
And the video is simply JAW DROPPING.

Looklet for H&M's website

The only difference is that H&M's version has only H&M clothes.
It's practical, because you can create the outfits before you go shopping, so you don't have to spend a lot of time searching for the perfect pieces. Here is my outfit what I created for summer - the floral dress is amazing.

Click HERE to discover the site.

Killer Heels by Tove Jansson

No comment.

Bershka S/S '10

The newest denim collection was announced on their website. From the clothings below I'll definitely buy some! They remind me of Balmain.

The jeans in the middle are the best!

Also there will be (or are? I haven't been to Bershka for a long time) some great Alice in Wonderland T-shirts in the stores. They are inspired by Tim Burton's new movie what will be released in March.
The blue Cheshire Cat tee is so cute!

I want it.

iPad forever.


Caught my eyes: Chanel 2.55 bag

Adorable. It went on my wish list.

Leighton Meester spotted in Balmain boots

Yesterday on the streets of New York Queen B wore these super rocking Balmain boots.
I have to say, I don't like the leggings, a pair of skinny jeans would be better. But the other pieces are okay.

Balmain Buckle-embellished suede boots
You can get these boots at Net-a-porter for a spicy €1,487.83

Georges Chakra

I want them.
Especially the first peach gown. I was speachless when I saw it.
This collection is my 2nd favorite so far.
Complete collection ---> HERE.

Valentino and Jean Paul Gaultier

Gaultier - I love you. The collection is mind-blowing with its unique idea and detailing. Finally not a set with tons of tulle and ruffles...
The first looks were inspired by the western side of America - cowgirl outfits, denim, knee-high leather boots.
Then we travel lower to South America - dresses, headpieces, accessories are all influenced by the Inca culture and the Amazon river's wild jungle.
See more adorable photos HERE.

I fell in love with that turquoise shoe.


V got a modern makeover for this season. Bandage pieces are the main parts here with chiffon, silk and glittering fabrics. The ribboned ankle boots are my favorites.
The other outfits are HERE.

True Pieces of Art

I love close-up photos. I let 'talk' themselves.


The Couture continues with Elie Saab

Well, I feel kinda crap... I think I won't go to school tomorrow. Also I'm bored and the TV is re-screening 62752326th time one episode of Ghost whisperer right now. Whatthehell.

So. The Elie Saab couture was published, let me show my favorites again.

Saab's creations are always well-detailed - sequins, chiffon, tulle, silk and pale shades are musts for every collection. That's why there are not big differences between them... but I like the dresses, anyway.
More photos HERE.


Fresh off the runway: 2010 spring Couture

The couture shows began at Paris. I've chosen some of my favorite looks.
Let's start with


Pale colors, shiny and metallic fabrics, tweed, chiffon, sequins. And the hair creations are true pieces of art with the heart shapes, bows, and flowers. Lagerfeld has done a great job as always.
To see the complete collection, click HERE.


Armani Privé

The spirit of moon - magical and mysterious. Silver, pale blue and rose, big ruffles, metallic fabrics. I just love the creations, especially the deep blue gown.
See more HERE.


Christian Dior

John Galliano, the king of Haute Couture did it again. He never misses the classical dress shapes from the late 19th century and 1940s. Also, the red lipstick is a must for every collection.
See more HERE.

The hair is oversized again, like at Chanel.


Modern ensemble with lace, feather, ruffles and mostly sequins. The scary makeup throws up the outfits a little bit.
More HERE aswell.


Which collection is your favorite from the list?