Blame it on coco: be bold with pink bouclé for spring and orange silk inserts – mademoiselle, c’est à vous!
I am looking forward to seeing you all at my studio! Click above to check out Director’s Cut. And keep in mind, it’s always nice to have an additional wardrobe you can borrow from, so make sure your boyfriend -lover-husband- ( see above) is well appareled ! Myself I love wearing Director’s Cut men’s shirts and the new, slightly asymetrical trousers ‘Dimanche’.
This coming Tuesday Anita Keckeis, designer for lace based in Berlin is presenting her collection of ’lacejewelery’ at the hotel ‘Altstadt Vienna’, Otto suite / 3rd floor in Vienna. Her work will be presented together with parts of my collection. You are very welcome to drop by and share some time and have a drink! All pieces displayed will be for sale.
The beautiful Photo is shot by Joachim Baldauf -> click here to see more of his work
Admittedly, posting a product from Zara is not the most original thing. Nevertheless I think this summer sandal is quite cleverly designed and in line with the Birkenstock fad Céline got started. What I like about this kind of ‘designer-traveller-sandal’ is, that it breaks down an elegant outfits making it instantly cool and turning it into a terribly stylish affair.
it’s sumer and for a little bling-bling around the neck I recommend to take a look at the chunky necklaces of ‘flavour-of -the-moment-label’ J. Crew. Put on some rhinestones-and-neon-beads together with your boyfriend’ s shirts or basics like sweatshirts and T’s.
the final version of the Blouse has a concealed button panel to give the fabric some extra texture. I stuck to the contrasting inserts and collar of the first version.
Vom 13. März 2013 bis zum 11. August 2013 zeigt das ModeMuseum Antwerp die Ausstellung “Silk & Prints From The Abraham Archive – Couture In Colour”.
Gustav Zumsteg, ein Lehrling Jakob Abrahams, dem Gründer des gleichnamigen Unternehmens, beeinflusste mit seinen Stoffentwürfen maßgeblich die größten Meister der Haute Couture ab den 1940er Jahren. Christian Dior, Hubert Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Balmain, Elsa Schiaparelli oder Cristóbal Balenciaga – sie alle arbeiteten intensiv mit Zumsteg zusammen und ließen seine Stoffentwürfe regelrecht in ihre Créationen miteinfließen.
Gustav Zumsteg was an apprentice of Jakob Abrahams, founder of Abraham Fabrics. With his designs he significantly influenced the most prestigious of couturiers in the 1940ties like Christian Dior, Hubert Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Balmain, Elsa Schiaparelli or Cristóbal Balenciaga.
Two samples from the Abraham Textile Archive Zurich. Below a detail from the fabric of the ‘Abraham’ – blouse I am working on at present.
This is a ‘first draft’ of the blouse draped with a unique vintage piece of Abraham fabric. The plan is to give a modern twist to the lady-like feel of the fabric design by adding graphic inserts on the shoulders. For these inserts I use spandex material – the same kind which is used for bathingsuits to contradict and at the same time highlight the precious vintage fabric.
Für die Fotos ihres neu gestalteten Internet Auftrittes ist die die Violinistin Tanja Becker-Bender in einem Overall von Paula Immich gekleidet. Am 12.-14. April 2013 spielt Tanja Becker-Bender im Konzerthaus Berlin das Violinkonzert A-Dur op. 101 von Max Reger. Click picture to shop overall
lots of labels, lots of bargains, lots of fashion on sunday 24. the most speedy sale ever – flash sale from 2pm – 6 pm. So hurry ! Click picture for location.
The ‘Col Claudine’ – button on collar makes a ‘serious-business-no-jokes’ day dress out of any LBD. Add it on for a prim, chic look that will take any business negotiations to a new level.
a white silk collar makes a perfect day dress out of the LBD .
The Little Black Dress with a little red added. click picture to shop
A woman should own at least one simple, elegant black dress that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. The ‘LBD’ by Paula Immich in a transparent wool mousseline.
Dress with inserts of silk-chiffon and mohair shoulder parts add texture to this little black number.
This is the former shape of the little black dress ‘kate’. The fit is much looser and the inserts are made of mesh instead of silkchiffon.
photography by Manuel Pandalis
I am not particularly a big fan of overknee boots but with this little black dress, and equipped with a HairyClutch Bag this ensemble is simply sensational.
are a nice alternative to the little black dress. The generously draped left sleeve of this asymetric black overall puts the action of your right hand straight into the spotlight – even if only holding the champagne glass. Whereas the right hand sleeve is slim and all about elegant lines. Click picture to shop
chunky classic men’s shoes with a wedge heel. Make your leggs look twice as long and skinny. Click picture to shop.
When I started designing this piece I had in mind a coat with long, slim lapels, slender little shoulders and a somewhat oversized silhouette. The more I worked on it the less the design apealed to me. Eventually I ended up taking off the sleeves – et voilá: the coat has turned into a vest and I am quite pleased with the result. Click picture to shop.
made of heavy, doublefaced georgette. The pockets covered with mesh fabric are losely attached for a 3D – efect.