How Alexander Vauthier redefines sensuality

How Alexander Vauthier redefines sensuality

Daring and sensual, Alexandre Vauthier, Parisian ESMOD graduate, made his way through Thierry Mugler and Jean-Paul Gaultier before launching his brand in 2008. For A-listers it was love at first sight.

Vauthier, one of the younger Parisian couturiers is breaking the chain of the fashion industry with sex and immaculate cuts. Regarded as one of the new wave of designers that define glamour today, Vauthier joined the design studio of Thierry Mugler soon after his graduation. Mugler supported him and taught him the thoroughness of the construction of the garment and Jean Paul Gaultier approved his craftsmanship.

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Nine things to know about the amazing Peter Dundas who is bringing sexy back

When one of the most celebrated designers of his generation, Peter Dundas was appointed Creative Director of Roberto Cavalli in March 2015 everything changed for a reason. The man who is responsible for the RTW Women’s, Men’s and Accessories Collections, as well as the artistic direction of the Just Cavalli, Cavalli Class, Junior, and Home licences is a talented one. Known for his creative talent and eclectic personality, Peter Dundas is guided in his work by instinct and spontaneity, drawing his collections under the influence of his present day interests and passions. A high-end glamour appassionato, he enjoys a special relationship with the world of celebrity, counting numerous stars among his muses and personal friends.
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Jacqueline de Ribes’ profile is style

The internationally renowned style icon Countess Jacqueline de Ribes, whose originality and elegance established her as one of the most celebrated fashion personas of the twentieth century is the subject of a new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Read more

Fashion minions are all the fun

We bet Moschino‘s Jeremy Scot would love to have them strolling down the catwalk, however, Fashion Minions are not for rent. Read more

By invitation only

Awarded British fashion critic, curator, professor at Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins, and ex-fashion editor and director at influential publications like Blitz, The Evening Standard, Elle, The Times and Harpers & Queen, Iain R. Webb has covered hundreds of fashion shows worldwide throughout his longtime career. Read more

Melina Mercouri is Jean Paul Gaultier’s Muse

The inspiring and always philhellene French fashion designer has designed a sailor shirt and a t-shirt dedicated to the iconic Melina Mercouri. Read more

Jean Paul Gaultier Retrospective at Grand Palais

Celebrating Gaultier’s creative spirit, this elaborate Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition stages 175 haute couture designs, along with ready-to-wear pieces and one iconic conical bra that a certain Madonna Louise Ciccone used to wear. Read more

The freedom/ Fashion against terrorism

It was a gloomy week for the capital of fashion. After the terrorist attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo that killed 12 people on Wednesday Paris had its share of a surreal drama drenched in blood and grief. Read more

Don’t bother about the raincoat. These are three major SS15 trends you must own!

From the bohemian elegance of some flowing figure to the immaculate white that is a must for every romantic soul out there to the amazing in your face sexiness of the glam trend, the SS15 collections had something for everyone. As long as you know which label to trust, which designer to invest in for a wardrobe beyond any season.
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