Plastic Jeans – the new fad ?


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In October of 2015, Loewe debuted its Spring/Summer 2016 collection on the runway, including several pairs of plastic pants on models.

After seeing the show, Vogue predicted that clear pants would become a trend.

Topshop just recently launched the plastic jeans. These Polyurethane jeans are totally see-through and earning quite a lot of attention on social media.


Christmas Cactus

This year, how about trading the Christmas tree in favor of something a little bit—well, maybe a lot—more unexpected: a CHRISTMAS CACTUS.
Succulent and cactus haven ” The Sill ” is offering a new Hot Holiday Cacti Collection: several cacti of different sizes that can be decked out with festive pom-poms and colorful trim.
So very New York !
The Sill, 84 Hester Street,

source : VOGUE

The Cat & The Flat, latest Vogue shoot

Vogue’s Latest Shoot Pairs Adorable Kittens With Fashionable Shoes

Photographer Charlie Engman and fashion editor Jorden Bickham have come together to create an adorable spread for Vogue.

Titled ‘The Cat and The Flat’, these photographs pair cute cats with the season’s most fashionable shoes, and show us how stylish they can look.









Papier Glacé Exhibit, Paris

Papier Glacé: Coming into Fashion, a Century of Photography at Condé Nast.
Palais Galliera, the Fashion Museum of the City of Paris.
March 1st – May 25th 2014.
10 av. Pierre Ier de Serbie, Paris 16e







‘Papier Glacé’ brings together some 150 images by some 90 fashion photographers from 1918 to the present day.

Grace Coddington, creative director Vogue

Grace Coddington, creative director Vogue

Grace has been a quietly revolutionary presence in the fashion world—first as a model, then as an editor—for half a century. But only since the release of the film “The September Issue” in 2009 has she been recognised in public—greeted by strangers who witnessed some of her creative battles and now see her as a reassuringly human face of fashion.