No, this was not taken at Danceteria circa 1984. This wasn’t even at an underground rave circa 1996. This was backstage last night at The Blonds, Fall 2011.
Creating hair for the bold and iconic Betsey Johnson is no easy task but Peter Gray created a look with a mix of ingenuity and whimsy.
What can I say about Monique Lhuillier’s Fall 2011 collection? I want it, I love it and I would do almost anything for it.
The makeup look by M.A.C this season at Carolina Herrera was extremely graceful and chic, perfectly complementing the collection.
Yoana Baraschi’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection was bold and dramatic with color and patterns inspired in part by a film called “The Gardener”.
Friday night, Soul Lounge hosted an event here in NYC at Club Pacha, showcasing some of the city’s young fashion designers.
This season the Doo.Ri Fall 2011 collection was shown at Eyebeam in Chelsea, at the beautiful, large gallery space.
The skin was bright, fresh, and clean, using Napoleon Complex Skin Renewal Serum and Auto Pilot Pre-Foundation Primer.
It was another show stopping morning at Milk Studios with the Preen By Thornton Bregazzi A/W 2011 show.
Former Project Runway finalist Althea Harper’s Fall 2011 presentation was inspired by the glamour of 1940s and 50s horror and sci-fi film actresses.
The Makeup look at Wayne Fall 2011 was achieved through inspiration from the past, but looked very modern and forward with the futuristic collection.
Rebecca Minkoff’s runway debut featured her handbags, shoes, as well as clothing, all with a young, easy, dramatic flair.
Hair and makeup trends at Pamela Love’s jewelry presentation for Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 fused science fiction with angelic.
There was a little slice of heaven backstage at Tadashi Shoji. His collections are known for their ethereal qualities, with light fabrics and feathery flounce.
When Cupid shoots his arrow, we all hope that along with love, he’ll be hitting the bulls-eye on some new baubles we can adorn our lovely selves with.
The makeup look at Richard Chai this season was down to earth and natural, just like the flowing fabrics and neutral tones of the collection.
Since 1862 the Roger & Gallet house has presented the art of fine fragrance through their products which include fragrance, bath and body care.
For the celebration of Eros, the primordial god of love and beauty, all fashionistas are invited to go a little over the top and grab the extraordinary on Valentine’s Day.
Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Entertainment
Exhibition Overview, Museum of the City of New York
Check out “Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Entertainment”.
Shopping is a cinch with this gorgeous handmade red suede bag belt from NY designer Sievering by Brigitte Schwenner.