Dress-up is something we are usually do depend on occasion we have to dress for can be formal , fashionable or glamorous. Casual something we are like to dress every day can be many kind of look depend on we are mix and match to create the look or dress in we own style.
This model is wear black woolen coat , skinny- fit pant boot and glove matching with the pant so this look is to totally smart and look fashionable.
Brown shirt and pant cream color jacket more interesting with the peg shoes I thought this look is got to be a favor of many man because some man they did not like to dress too much but still look good and also the color of this outfit make the look more graceful.
Light-blue slim fit suit and pant ,orange scarf and handkerchief classic brown shoes this three colors is matching make the man look romantic in general the formal coat for man is less more then women for Ex. shirt,pant ,suit how ever when we know how to play with the color, accessories is though out from bored stuff.
Emporio Armani Fall 2007 Menswear
Man wear a outer wear like “Frock coats” is popular during the Victorian and Edwardian periods but with the stand collar and give more detailed to the textile and combine with the techno fabric – polyester taffeta to make a pant this look this represent between classic and modern look can matched together I love this look because for myself I have two character in mind can be modern and can be classic too so imagine if this man ride the time machine through out from romantic period into the future world how he got to look.
This outfit the silhouette is look like normal suit but when look at the detail of coat we can tell this is sport ware so how the sport ware and the black tie can be together ? this man is ware gray suit with the big pant like go to gym and gold convert shoes this look is is got to be favor of the man who didn’t like to dress as formal but can be confidence when they have to dress in formal.
The model wear evening gowns look at the colors of this dress vaguely matched to the blues and browns this collection has inspiration from Renaissance art I like color of this dress make the look gorgeous and luxury.
Leopard print with the leg-of-mutton sleeves high waist pencil skirt up level of beauty with accessories head dress ,sun glass and Clutch bag look chic and modern.
Badgley Mischka Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear
Greek Goddess style light-blue evening gowns one shoulder sleeve is been favor of designer and Celebrities for Hollywood wear many season the Celebrities love the have this look for the rad carpet and wear with gold accessories is make the look more charming.
Edwardian ladies style the model wear lace dress mandarin collar with the ballooning sleeves jacket this look is my favor because of the detail of the out fit the big ballooning sleeves is make the dress more interring.
Christian DiorFall 2010 Couture
This collection has inspiration form floral by John Galliano his has research involved studying real flowers spending an hour watching the light change on a parrot tulip so this collection is colorful. The silhouette of is out fit is look like tulip Shape in Purple color tie with the belt is look like leaves.
• Casual Man •
Model wear brown t-shirt open at the front ,short pant and black sandal this look is casual and look chic I think is popular look on the summer because is look chill .
This look never disappear from street wear because is a simple item the man much have in their Wardrobe just jeans ,shirt and convert shoes that it ..is look good and charming
This look is classic look we can find this look in golf club or beach because the design is Comfortable for the man who like to have Activity . The green polo shirt ,pant has elastic in waist band this look is suit with a holiday
Bottega Veneta Spring 2011 Menswear
Man model wear black t-shirt ,white pant , with the PVC jacket is make a simple garment is more interesting look casual but fashionable i love this look because I fall in love with the black and white colors and PVC, Leather material
Model wear gray t-shirt put a bit detail at collar , long black pant ,black sandal and gray sock some time when I saw the man wear sandal with the sock is look weird but sometime weird thing can be fashion
• Casual Woman •
Anna Sui Spring 2010 Ready-to-Wear
Model wear pant suit with the gray scotch plaid matched with the orange accessories ,scarf , bag, belt and shoes this look can match with the other accessories to get new look wearable for many occasions can wear to work or go shopping depend on how to adapt the look.
Anna Sui Spring 2008 Ready-to-Wear
White blouse and small plowers print ,short high waist pant ,shoes and pink sock is make is look cute I love pike sock is make the simple outfit more interesting.
Anna Sui Spring 2008 Ready-to-Wear
Colorful jacket with scarf ,black and pink blouse break the color with the black high waist pant you can go to party with this look believe me you will be prominent in the party
white jacket and blouse wear with light-blue high wait skirt , accessories is Important item to make is look more beauty this look is gorgeous wearable for shopping party or date .
Base color outfit is appropriate for every occasions is simple color but luxury model wear Cream color Feather blouse with the pant matched with a big gold Necklace just few item is make this look more elegant.
Hubert de Givenchy (pronounced Gee-von-shee) was born in 1927 in the small town of Beauvais, France. His father died when he was very young and he was raised by his mother and grandfather, an artist and expert tapestry maker. His interest in fashion began, in earnest, when he was ten years old and visited the “fashion pavilion” at the International Exhibition in Paris. Once home, he poured through copies of “Vogue” magazine, often singling out one man’s designs – Balenciaga. After World War II and the liberation of Paris, Monsieur de Givenchy studied at the prestigious Beaux-Arts School in Paris. One day, he showed up at Balenciaga’s studio, unannounced with his portfolio in hand and eager to learn. He was turned away as being too inexperienced. Undaunted, he was hired soon after by Jacques Fath (1945.) He later worked briefly for Lucien LeLong (1946,) where he met LeLong’s assistants, Christian Dior and Pierre Balmain, and for Elsa Schiaparelli (1947-1951.) Mlle. Schiaparelli put him in charge of her boutique where he learned about accessories, an area that was to become important in Givenchy’s own work.
The two women most closely associated with Givenchy’s fashion of the 50s and 60s are Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy. He designed the cream silk gown with an embroidered bodice that Mrs. Kennedy wore on the First Couple’s state visit to France in 1961. He also designed for a sadder occasion. It was a Givenchy dress that the world remembers Jackie Kennedy wearing as she attended her husband’s funeral in 1963.
Kelly Taylor Auctions in London specializes in antique and vintage
fashion and textiles. Their upcoming auction on December 8
includes an important Audrey Hepburn collection. Above photo
is Audrey in the Givenchy haute couture white point d’esprit ball gown
worn by Audrey in the opera scene of `Love in the Afternoon’, 1956
Great old movie trailer 50′s Paris
Givenchy haute couture black cloqué silk dress worn to
promote the film `Paris When it Sizzles’, 1962
Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe is typified by simplicity and seemingly effortless elegance.
Aided and abetted by the young couturier Hubert de Givenchy, she became the
personification of chic elegance in the 1950s and 60s.
Herring-bone tweed coat, circa 1956, un-labeled, double-breasted of brown,
black and grey flecked wool, re-lined in beige artificial silk; together with a
photograph of Audrey walking her Yorkshire terrier `Famous’ who had been a gift
of her husband Mel Ferrer when Audrey was filming `Love in the Afternoon’ in 1956
Richard Avedon portrait of Audrey taken when she filmed `Funny Face’, 1956“To Tanja with my love”
Audrey Hepburn Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961
Audrey Hepburn is one of Hollywood’s most enduring fashion icon’s and her role in this movie is her best known. The film has a good story with fabulous fashion to support it – unlike some of Hepburn’s films from the previous decade, which seem to build the story around the fashion. The character “Holly” is glamourous, but it seems natural for her and therefore the most impressive.
An evening gown of black Italian satin designed by Hubert de Givenchy for Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in the 1961 Paramount film Breakfast At Tiffany’s, the sleeveless, floor-length gown with fitted bodice embellished at the back with distinctive cut-out décolleté, the skirt slightly gathered at the waist and slit to the thigh on one side, labelled inside on the waistband Givenchy; accompanied by a pair of black elbow-length gloves [made later]; an envelope addressed in Givenchy’s hand to Monsieur Dominique Lapierre in Paris; and a the November 2006 U.S. edition of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, the cover featuring Natalie Portman modelling the dress in this lot.