The Modern Family actress is all about the season’s hottest fashion comeback; flare jeans. This a style that you can team with towering wedges/platforms and simple tops in bold colors and a blazer to kick it up a notch or depending on the occasion.
Now this is by far the best collection I’ve seen from Vlisco. Just like its name “Tresor Brilliant”, this collection is brilliantly A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!! She has taken the “ankara” to a whole new level by incorporating other fabrics to birth the modern luxury designs. Who knew they could be so versatile?
Here’s what she had to say in her Ad Campaign:
Shimmering radiance creates a vision of pure richness, drawing full attention to a mysterious woman wandering in the night. Gracefully flowing fabrics weave an enigmatic story, determined to uncover where her journey is taking her. Strutting through the dim setting of the colonnade as it merges with a twinkling glow, the diamond-inspired designs take on an almost tangible shine and add the perfect touch of glamour, as she continues towards her destination, where she divinely takes the stage. An overwhelming sense of heroism seizes her the moment she becomes the centre of attention on stage, silhouetted by spotlights illuminating her sophisticated attire of dreamy designs
Can’t get enough of Victoria’s Secret Angel Candice Swanepoel? Well, check out these behind-the-scenes photos from the supermodel’s recent shoot for swimwear brand Agua De Coco’s spring 2013 campaign.
Check out some of the other images from the shoot, below.
Swanepoel sure can rock a swimsuit—guess that’s why they call her a supermodel, huh?
The never-aging actress Sanaa Lathan is full of smiles as she leaves the Sirius Satellite Radio studios in New York City.
She looked amazing in this hot mini without being over-the-top thanks to its high v-neckline and subdued hue.
The ombre effect is no longer used strictly in fabrics as we’re seeing it in sunglasses, hair and makeup. It’s being incorporated into anything and everything. At first it was ombre hair and before we could get used to that, voila!….it was All ombre All the time!
Hair was among the first to adopt the ombre trend and is still fashionable to date. The trend features darker, more natural hues at the roots with gradually-dyed lightening at the ends creating a very beautiful and exotic look. As you can see below, it’s been spotted on a number of celebrities and you can do it too.
Tired of a plain old single lipstick color? Well tire no more and experiment with different colors to create an ombre look of your desire.
You can head over to youtube for tutorials on how to achieve some of these looks.
Ombre nails have lingered in the fashion world for a minute now. It’s a fun spin to standard manicure and would be fun for special occasions or if you just want to stand out.
There are two common ombre nail arts. See below:
The nail polish fades from darker-to-lighter shade or vice versa
The colors fade from a darker shade to a lighter shade as you progress on each nail.
Will you be trying any of these trends?
As we already know, Vlisco launches a new collection every quarter and this quarter was no different. Per Vlisco, the Funky Grooves collection draws from her proud history, inspired by global urban culture and couture craftsmanship. It’s a collection of contrasts, with edgy street wear influences reinterpreted through a lens of pure glamour. The new collection is a melting pot of ideas, using new colours to update Vlisco’s heritage designs, and classic Vlisco techniques to create new looks.
Raw, geometric lines, traditional wrap shapes, bold metallic studs and edgy industrial hues come together to create a modern vibe.The collection’s colours range from earthy browns, brassy golds and bronzes, to brick reds and shocking pinks, and fresh acid blues and greensIt all comes together in the Funky Grooves collection, for a look that is bold, punky and original, yet feminine and effortlessly easy to wear.
Below are some of the fashion looks that were created to give you an idea of what you can turn your own Vlisco fabrics into: