1. labellefilleart:

    Aphrodite, Erte

    (via exclusivelygoodvibes)


  2. womensweardaily:

    Philipp Plein RTW Spring 2015

    Once again, Philip Plein hosted more of an event than a fashion show, entertaining his enthusiastic throngs with a series of captivating tricks. For More

    For all RTW Spring 2015


  3. finalfantasythings:

    During Tokyo Game Show this year, director Hajime Tabata gave the first live demonstration of Final Fantasy XV’s gameplay. The demo, streamed over Nico Nico, was a response to critics who said the footage in the trailer released three days ago consisted of prerendered cinematics.

    Final Fantasy XV is in development for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

    (via billiamswheatdown)


  4. calvinklein:

    Spring 2015 Calvin Klein Collection. An Instagram exclusive, directed by Matt Baron.

    #calvinkleinlive from the runway.

    (via tayaaron)


  5. A graphic of the latest Red Valentino including my favourites of the collection (minus the poka-dot jumper but it didn’t fit)



  7. Paolo Sebastian spring 2014

    (Source: chandelyer, via gam-ora)




  10. Okay so tumblr decided to reblog gayporn instead of that shot of Grace in VanityFair for me, thanks


  11. continentcreative:

    Adja Kaba by Joanna Lorenzo

    (via global-fashions)



  13. Behind the scenes and in-motion: Hanaa Ben Abdesslem at Ralph & Russo Haute Couture F/W 2014

    Ralph & Russo’s finale bridal gown bearing such extravagancy, probably required the most laborious handwork of all what has been presented on Haute Couture Fall Winter 2014 runways. The gown took 3,900 hours (approximately 162 days), 40 types of bead as well as 25 types of Swarovski crystals in making. Indeed the gown was “the representative of the rest of the collection" inspired by interior architecture and monumental to Haute Couture’s celebration of the outfits made by the most painstaking processes. 

    (Source: vogueanon, via fuckyeahfashioncouture)


  14. mirnah:

    This September’s Art of Fashion campaign by Neiman Marcus has taken over the retailer’s catalogue, and features 11 photographers, including Camilla Akrans and Peter Lindbergh, shooting 18 different models. As a departure from other years, the catalogue commemorates the 20 years of the campaign.


  15. vogue-at-heart:

    Anne V, Toni Garrn & Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - Fatale in Cannes Dinner Party by De Grisogono

    (Source: mulberry-cookies, via tayaaron)