Alexander Wang Fall 12 RTW fashion show power girl
Red and pink, i would say warm colours are not my friend at all. When they finally happened on my hair…………….i can’t tell how weird it is.
This 2012 the first challenge is to make pink-to-orange dipdye happen on my lollipop head. Yes indeed, it is now a lollipop!
All the girls and boys knew it is a tragedy to stay in the same outlook/place/job/…………relationship takes RISK, my suggestion is to jump yourself out of the loop and be someone else for a little while.
Red lip, very eye-catching, fierce, love the rouge Jazz Age carries.
Red, rare to put on eyelids, no surprise,
it is just the right colour to complete her total look
black and white is not enough to show her power
just red and black,
sometimes it’s the least colours work.
Illustration @ http://issuu.com/nikology
the idea of Jazz age‘s portrait is simply a blob of black hair, with a touch of killer fierce red lipstick.
what it comes out is very jap,
kinda love it, but this is not good enough to tell how powerful she is.
I like the hair strokes, nothing more, just the brush, simplicity works well,
I know sometimes less is more however,
this is not yet finished as is
illustration work @ http://issuu.com/nikology
By the way thank you Jazz thank you for the gift, love them very much indeed and i am using it today!
Without specific reason Rick Owens Fall collection is my second favourite after the sweetie ice princess collection of Chanel.
May be it’s the fierceness that as make up…attracts me; or perhaps it’s the asymmetrical cutting and the contrasting between soft and crispy material. Or it’s the leather gloves that so long enough to cover the arm…..
Besides of the dark, the most weird embellishment making of horn is such an amusing detail that spicy up the fierceness. That’s just the right outfit for modern beauty – yes, to let everyone knows how TOUGH girl can be! More likely what it happened in the tribal ancient – dare enough to wear bones on body.
Forget the dark side of the moon, look at the form creates on the wrapping dresses…..should i claim it as the statue of goddess? Pleats intruding fron the right place to give curves, following a long asymmetrical trail at side, yes, this is avant version of goddess.
Layering doesn’t mean surrounding your body with clothes literally. Sometimes the outfit itself serves as accessaries and textures, hence creating incredible layering effect – spotted from the fall/winter collection 2010 of Ann Demeulemeester.
Plait cords arranged in different pattern…
everything is that simple yet interesting on the outfit….
Coq feathers in different shades, a mixture of bright red and dark tones…
the feeling of fierce and cold co-expressed on the same garment.
The fringe & feather details are definitely a surprise in this dark and gothic collection.
All pictures from style.com and dazed digital