Emma Roberts on the cover ELLE Canada!
Emma Roberts is absolutely print-tastic on the cover of ELLE Canada. The May issue of the fashion magazine captured the sultry starlet and all her fashion glory for a special live interactive cover shoot shot by Max Abadian. This allowed readers and fans alike to catch behind-the-scenes extras, and candid snapshots all before the final product hit the stands. Emma lit up the cover with a safari inspired giraffe-print swimsuit from Poprageous, and a see through slip with printed palm trees.
With special attention to detail and a singular devotion to the sentimental values of jewels and all things art and expression, Randy Luna has managed to cultivate a line that offers more than just stunning ornamentation. Amply titled Rajé, the line of statement jewelry speaks to the consumer by means of high-fashion marketing, and an inimitable approach to personal aesthetic that leaves his customers in awe. We recently caught up with Randy and got an opportunity to find out firsthand what’s driven and continues to drive him and the development of this budding jewelry brand.
Kate Moss makes history with Vogue!
It seems the big wigs at Vogue can’t get enough of high-fashion supermodel, Kate Moss. The British beauty sparkles on the May cover of yet another copy of British Vogue, wearing a shimmering fringed jacket and pleated skirt glittered with stars, and both from Topshop.
This unveiling makes it Kate’s 35th cover. That’s more covers of vogue than anybody else. Take that Kim Kardashian!
There are several trends in the fashion world every year. But while some come and go, some stay no matter the season; color blocking is one of those with staying power. It's been around for a long time and shows no signs of backing down just yet. Now that spring is finally upon us, we will probably see this trend even more as lots of designers have revisited the trend and incorporated it in their spring clothing collections. It’s really not the easiest trend to pull off successfully; at times, you can end up looking like you left the house undecided on what color to wear and decided on all of them. Here's some helpful insight on how to master this trend and feel confident at the same time.
Legendary designer Zac Posen stood as the keynote speaker for the night noting “We are at the frontier of a new universe where we're able to communicate and be voyeurs,” adding that he’s “addicted” to social media. “It's up to all of us in the fashion arena to be responsible for how we create the voice and language and how we work in this new universe.”
The night was full of cheesy hashtags and hilarious anecdotes from the one and only Robert Verdi, who hosted the evening. More humor came through the night as Eva Chen, Lucky Magazine Editor-in chief was late and stuck in traffic and Verdi "winged it" with his own version of the Travolta Oscars disaster by reintroducing Zac Posen as ".. the wickedly talented ... Zain Pertersorn."
TROPICAL FLORAL: The flowers are abloom this spring, and so is floral print in fashion for men. But wait, before you start thinking palm trees and dandelions, take a look at some collections from Dries Van Noten, and Alexander McQueen. The Tropical Floral trend for men delves deep into richly textured fabrics, exotic and dark colored floral prints, and the combination of familiar and exciting new geometrical silhouettes.