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stylistry:

Louis Vuitton Is On The Marc: Fashion designer Marc Jacobs has always been a successful commercial fashion designer, whose career has spanned more than a decade at Louis Vuitton. Pretty much like all the collections he has designed, his menswear collection for spring/summer 2012 (also designed by Kim Jones) seems ready to ring in the cash.

Hungry For Fashion: There’s fast food, but there’s also “fashfood”.

theleadingblacks:

Cherry Bomb: Arresting new discovery Nyasha Matonhodze, just 16 and already cast in the Louis Vuitton campaign.

On Your Marc: Fall/Winter 2011 should be an impressive selling season for fashion designer Marc Jacobs. His collections for his eponymous signature line, Marc Jacobs, as well as for Louis Vuitton are show stoppers; both inspired by S&M while infused with feminine fantasy. His show for Louis Vuitton (shown above) is hands down the “show-of-the-season”, which is something hard to say thanks to standout collections by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen and Nicola Formichetti for Thierry Mugler. But, in my honest opinion, this is nothing more than the truth.

For Louis Vuitton, bellhops opened caged elevator doors revealing the superest of supermodels—Kate [Moss], Naomi [Campbell], Carolyn [Murphy], Karolina [Kurkova]—wearing some of the best outfits I’ve seen in a long time. Models pranced around a black-on-black tiled catwalk, like vultures circling a carcase, to a stunning soundtrack by Phillip Glass. The whole moment was tantalizing. And to top it all off, Kate Moss closed the show puffing a cigarette and looked better than ever.

Marc Jacobs seems to be getting better with time. What I admire most about his work is his attention to detail—not just in the clothes, but in his shows. There’s always a story to tell. And his stories, in my honest opinion, are like bestselling novels!

"Louis Vuitton finally has given a nod to its most important demographic in Asia: Chinese men." - Jason Chow

Louis Vuitton’s new ad campaign features Taiwanese-Canadian model Godfrey Gao, the first Asian man to showcase the French luxury brand’s products.

architizer:

Architizer was in Tokyo recently, and EIC Kelsey Keith snapped a great photo journal of Japanese boutique architecture. Check it out, here. 

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Welcome To The Gun Show!, Spring 2010

‘Bing, bang, boom!’  is the sound coming from the runways for spring 2010, because designers are ready to show off those arms. Throw on a tank top and make sure your layered shirt, sweater or jacket is sleeveless. This trend is unique because designers found creative ways to incorporate full looks into their collections without a need for sleeves.

Throw on a button-down shirt, layered with a sweater vest and jacket and – boom! – you have a full look…without sleeves! I’ve never had a problem with a good set of guns, so men everywhere need to be ready to aim and fire!

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Let’s Get Physical!, Spring 2010

Leaving the gym has never looked so good. It’s like 'sweatin' to the oldies' all over again, sans Richard Simmons and way more chic. Sweatpants are an interesting trend this season because they have always been a garment to abuse when running to the supermarket, hoping that no one sees you. But, this time you actually want someone to see you and you might just happen to pair them with a blazer for a night out on the town. Boy, times have changed! Olivia Newton-John is smiling as you read this.


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Leg Room, Spring 2010

'Show me some leg!” should be the official statement from designers this season. It's all about exposing this lengthy part of a man's body and celebrating all of its goodness. I wrote a post about this trend a few days ago, but I’m still fascinated by the variety of short-shorts available in stores right now. Your legs better look great because it’s all about that southern exposure.

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