Fashion show restaurant reviews collection

Fashion Show Restaurant Reviews Collection

French designer probably most well known for his tattoo art-inspired Ed Hardy clothing line plans to buy MJ’shouse and turn it into MJ memorial. No, not Neverland I am talking about, it’s the one he was renting for $100,000 a month in LA. The US based designer, known for his Von Dutch and Ed Hardy collections, plans to create a Jacko-themed complex similar to Elvis Presley’s Graceland and to open it for public every year on 25th of June. The 50-year-old singer Jackson reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest at the Audigier mansion on Thursday 25th of June 09 and died hours later. Rather than renting out the seven-bedroom home again, the designer, who leases the estate from Ed Hardy CEO Hubert Guez, plans to relocate his headquarters there in December 09. Ok, if you are wondering about MJ being friends with Audigier then let me tell you, to quote a Michael Jackson song, “You Are Not Alone” Audigier apparently became fast friends with Michael in 2008 when the two made each other’s acquaintance.

Jackson even made an appearance at Audigier’s birthday party. Well, as brief as their friendship was, Audigier now feels so inspired by his late friend’s passing that he is buying  the house to give a Tribute to the ‘King of Pop’ Michel Jackson. Just to inform you Colony Capital bought the California ranch in 2008 for 20 million pounds ($32 million) and is keen to sell. Never land is now worth an estimated 60 million pounds. Though it’s a nice gesture however the point to be considered is how the Jackson family feels about it.

The Paris Couture Week has definitely witnessed some breathtaking designs and creations from the famed fashion houses. Unlike the previous collection, fashionist as present out there approved and accepted its new creation from the house of Valentino. Taking the design legacy forward, the designer duo successfully took over from their precursor Alessandra Facchinetti by presenting their second haute couture collection. The celebrated shade of red was found missing from the Valentino runway after the designer Valentino Garavani retired. And this time, the co-creative directors, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli chose black, beige, multiple variations of grey that include metallic and gunmetal as their color palette. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, who were the former accessories designers of the house are definitely taking Valentino in a totally new direction. With what Piccoli called, A story of shadows, the collection featured leggy dresses and miniskirts which came with ruffles, lace, in shades of blacks that provided a young, sexy and seductive look.

Bustiers in nude tulle put the foundation of the two-toned collection, which was overlaid by panels of black peek-a-boo lace. The thigh-skimming skirts offered that perfect ladylike look. Taking the show ahead, the leggy dresses and miniskirts were followed by floor-length gown made from tufts of black tulle, teamed up with a beige bustier. Along with tunic dresses, the runway also witnessed some numbers of crinoline skirts that flared in the back. The designer used quite a bit of lace in chiffon and organza with encrusted and crinoline flashes. Some of the dresses had the simplicity of t-shirts, others came with short dance skirts, bustled and ruffled and sometimes glinting with muted silver beading. The detailed craftsmanship can be easily seen in each ripple and shadow layers of the tulle. The models were given a nude look with not much make-up. The headpieces with extravagant organza volume were amazing.

Since the year 1978, Amrapali has become synonymous with fine handcrafted jewellery made of silver and gold. The fine craftsmanship and the original expressions are truly represented by the magnificence and the brilliance of every piece that Amrapali manufactures. Their Collection has a broad range for wearers who appreciate beautiful and delicate jewellery. Squares, circles, triangles, hexagons, cones and cubes…The designers at Amrapali lifted them out of the pages of geometry textbooks and used them to create an eclectic new jewellery collection called “The Magic of Geometry”. Some pieces have a distinctly youthful, funky feel, while in some you’ll find symmetry and texture stylishly juxtaposed.

Some are boldness personified, demanding to be noticed. Yet others are sheer fun, radiating an air of mischief. In each, geometric concepts are at the core. Even Euclid would have approved! “Geometry has always been considered as the first step while drawing or sketching. The collection can be worn with ethnic and western dresses and is acceptable universally. The unique feature lies down the fact that these designs are eternal and never goes out of fashion,” says Rajeev Arora of Amrapali. The latest buzz in the fashion circuit is the emergence of two-toned jewellery. Designers in Europe, Turkey and Italy are all following this trend and I am proud to inform that Amrapali was the first to start this trend in Indian two years back, he added. On asking about future plans he said, “we are all set to participate in the JA Show in New York, going to be held from 26-29 July with our new collection. We will also be showcasing our collections at a jewellery trade event called International Jewellery London in September.

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