Friday, September 30, 2011

Fun Faux Fur

shiny silver faux fur vest is fun, versatile and features a zipper
in the front and two
front pockets

wear it over a dress or a turtleneck or just by itself with
black leather pants

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Go From Day To NIght!

The perfect dress for day into night!

black silk and linen cowl neck dress
has diamond shaped insets at the sides and 3/4 bell sleeves

2 small side slits measure 3 3/4"

the body is a blend of silk and linen and the lining
is 100 % silk

black invisible zipper at center back

sizes: 2,4,6 and 8

Thursday, September 22, 2011

phoebe wrap


I loved the textural quality of this fabric. It's finished with rayon piping
and
it has a bit of a rocker feel though it is also versatile. Wear it open
or wear it
wrapped... Photo by Jim Jatcko
see more here

Friday, September 16, 2011

I love Chado Ralph Rucci




Ralph Rucci is the master of tailoring, exquisite detailing,
and innovative cutting. The lines he creates on the clothes are
stunning. I loved the sheer piecing, so subtle and refined.

No one else does clothing like this- it's magical, sculptural,
and ethereal.
One of the most surprising looks was an ivory gown
with an opening
in the back showing a paillette tube.
I also liked the sheer plastic inserts.
There was applause throughout the show and then a standing ovation!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Nonoo



Sally LaPointe





My favorite show so far!

Blanc de Chine

Gorgeous silk tunics and dresses, beautifully made and
lovely because they have so much movement.
Very elegant & chic!

CHRISHABANA

My Enemy by CHRISHABANA


The CHRISHABANA jewelry presentation featured subversive
and fetish jewelry both fun and stylish.

Also at the same HPGRP galleries is Japanese fashion photography.
Here are a few by Mitsuaki Koshizuka.


And these two are by Mikiya Takimoto

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Good for more than one fare



the inspiration was a nostalgic feeling for vintage NYC-

freedom, good times, energy and laughter

sterling silver 17.5" chain and solid sterling
silver subway token 7/8" diameter

The Y cutout design is from 1985 and was worth $. 90

the wear on the token is authentic giving it a bit of character.



“Five Boroughs” Pentagram Token Necklace

original pentagram NYC city subway token

cast in sterling silver with a matte finish on an 17.5"

sterling silver chain and a lobster clasp in sterling silver

this token was newly minted in 1991 for the fare increase to $1.25,

but not used at that time-instead they were held until

the $1.50 fare increase in 1995.

it was finally phased out in favor of the Metrocard system,

just after midnight on April 13, 2003