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Bolsos clásicos de primavera

 "Alice" Chloé © Cortesía de Net-a-porter

"Momogram" Louis Vuitton © Cortesía de Louis Vuitton

Giorgio Armani © Cortesía de Giorgio Armani

"Duffle" Hedi Slimane para Saint Laurent © Cortesía de Saint Laurent

 Bad-Belle© Cortesía de Nº21


The Velvet Collection

Dolce & Gabbana Parfums

Beautifully packaged and presented in padded black satin, each of the six new fragrances of The Velvet Collection takes the persuasive softness and seductive skills of one of Dolce & Gabbana's favourite textures as a basis and, lain on top of this, an olfactory influence combining with a sentiment such as raw, seductive Velvet Wood, Decadent Velvet Desire, sweet, woody Velvet Vetiver, luxurious Velvet Patchouli, richly hypnotic Velvet Love and the sensual Velvet Sublime. The velveteen textured perfume caps signify the texture and the colour of the mood of the scent contained in its glass prison, awaiting release.

There's no mistaking the sunshine brightness of Velvet Sublime and its mix of sharp bright mandarin, neroli and orangeflower. It's inspiration was the orange groves of Sicily and, as Taormina is one of my favourite holiday spots, I can say that it manages to exude the over arching freshness with a subtle hit of sensuous heat.


Van Cleef & Arpels: Joaillerie florale

Autant les années 1970 sont synonymes de liberté, autant la décennie suivante est le lieu d’un retour à l’ordre où simplicité et sobriété sont de mise. En se démocratisant, la joaillerie devient un plaisir au quotidien. Les parures se font plus classiques mais toujours originales, avec des constructions savantes élaborées à partir d’un jeu subtil de lignes géométrisées. Les diamants taille brillant sont mêlés aux perles fines. Dans le domaine de la bijouterie, des matières organiques telles que le corail, l’ivoire et la nacre sont associées à l’or.

Van Cleef & Arpels. L’art de la haute joaillerie. Les années 1980-90
Les Arts Décoratifs 107, rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris


Chanel y los diamantes

 "Bijoux de Diamants" still shine in the open sky of Place Vendôme.

In Chapter 3 of Inside CHANEL, discover how Gabrielle Chanel revolutionized the world of High Jewelry in 1932 when she presented a collection exclusively dedicated to the diamond. Now, 80 years later, her "Bijoux de Diamants" still shine in the open sky of Place Vendôme.


Louis Vuitton primavera-verano 2013

Louis Vuitton vs Marc Jacobs
primavera-verano 2013

Dirección artística, Marc Jacobs
Escenografía, Daniel Buren
Fotos de Steven Meisel







Decades: A Century of Fashion

What Cameron Silver doesn't know about fashion is not worth knowing.

For fifteen years he has owned Decades, the renowned vintage boutique on Melrose Avenue, hunting the world for couture from decades past, matching gorgeous red-carpet gowns to actresses including Chloe Sevigny and Michelle Williams, Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Lopez. In Decades, Silver commits all his sartorial knowledge to paper in an over-sized, visually stunning book: ten chapters, each devoted to the iconic looks of a decade. Josephine Baker and Zelda Fitzgerald show off their legs in the 20s; Jackie O embodies feminine polish in the 60s; Calvin Klein's minimalism meets Jacobs' grunge remix in the 90s. This true fashion bible includes original designer sketches and patterns and photos of rare couture as styled decades ago and today. There are contributions from and interviews with movie stars, models, and style icons, fashion editors and revered designers. Decades is a fashion treasure: a century of colorful history to inspire the stylish of today for years to come.

Decades: A Century of Fashion by Cameron Silver and Rebecca DiLiberto


Jaeger-LeCoultre inaugurates its Place Vendôme

PARIS NOVEMBER 20: View of the Place Vendome during the Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique opening on November 20, 2012 in Paris. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Jaeger-LeCoultre

 PARIS - NOVEMBER 20: View of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique on November 20, 2012 in Paris. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Jaeger-LeCoultre

Jérôme Lambert, Jaeger-LeCoultre CEO, inaugurated the exceptional venue reflecting the prestige of the House by cutting the ribbon alongside Diane Kruger, a friend of Jaeger-LeCoultre and the face of its ladies’ collection, and Guillain Maspetiol, Jaeger-LeCoultre Brand Manager for France.

The Place Vendôme,  the vibrant heart of French-style luxury, welcomed  Jaeger-LeCoultre guests with rays of light that were projected from the legendary column of Place Vendôme illuminating the new boutique and revealing an intricate motif of wheels and gears on its facade and windows.

The guests included Catherine Deneuve, Carmen Chaplin, Isabelle Huppert, Inès de la Fressange, Vincent Perez, José Luis Rebordinos, Olga Sorokina, and Marina Hands. 

The new boutique, a place of hospitality and of encounters intended for collectors, for brand devotees and for all fine watchmaking connoisseurs, contained this evening a wealth of treasures rarely revealed to the public at large : from the world’s smallest mechanical movement, Calibre 101, to the most complicated mechanisms housing up to 1,200 parts.

As a celebration of technical and precious Fine Watchmaking, Jaeger-LeCoultre revealed its new Duomètre Unique Travel Time issued in a 100-piece limited series in white gold especially on the occasion of Place Vendôme boutique inauguration. Two red 7 and 9 numerals applied on the dial pay tribute to the address of the Boutique. The Duomètre Unique Travel Time watch reflects the technical breakthroughs achieved by the Manufacture in the field of GMT watches and offers original solutions to travellers : for the first time ever on a worldtime watch, this model enables the user to adjust the time in the travel time zone to the nearest minute.

As one of the greatest international watch manufacturers, the Maison has woven genuine ties with connoisseurs of Fine Watchmaking. Over 800 guests received a warm welcome on the Place Vendôme and celebrated the occasion at the Grand Hotel where the evening continued with a cocktail and the performance of circus artists and an equestrian show.

PARIS - NOVEMBER 20: View of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique on November 20, 2012 in Paris Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Jaeger-LeCoultre


Mi abrigo vintage

Y así es como mis abrigos de invierno están haciéndose lugar, uno a uno, en el armario.

Ellos entran y salen ....y no se quejan.



Eye-catching swoops of glittering gold edged in sleek black leather take wing from atop a lofty, sculpted heel.



Schiaparelli : La mujer surrealista

"Un vestido se convierte en un objeto indiferente, a veces en una lamentable caricatura de lo que una quería que fuese: un sueño, una expresión" Elsa Schiaparelli

Chanel murió en 1971, a los 88 años de edad, dejando una casa de costura en plena forma hasta el día de hoy. Schiaparelli murió en 1973, a los 83 años de edad, dejando un menguado archivo de 88 vestidos y accesorios para las colecciones de la Unión Francesa de las Artes y del Traje, y un inmenso y creativo legado de ideas e innovaciones que siguen funcionando en la actualidad. Fue ella quien inventó el desfile de moda concebido como espectáculo y provocación para el público, con largas y apretadas colas de espera. Fue ella quien se anticipó al mundo de las licencias industriales. Fue ella quien introdujo las gafas de sol, la lencería y los bolsos con firma. Y todas las demás innovaciones relatadas en este texto.

La mujer surrealista
1 OCT 2006 - El País

Gafas de Elsa Schiaparelli