September 12, 2012
Varsity-style jackets in different interpretation are the hit of the season fall-winter 2012-2013. University jackets are seen in Anna Sui, Alexander Wang and Proenza Schouler 2012-2013 runways.
Anna Sui varsity jacket winter 2013 paired with shorts and bright tights in autumn hues.
Whimsical owl motif in color paired with elegant skirt at Proenza Schouler fall-winter 2012-2013 runway.
June 20, 2012
Alexander created a collection of provocative, resort pre-spring 2013. From leather crop tops that double as harnesses when viewed from behind, to reptile-leather shorts and knit singlets that fasten at the back with lingerie straps. Patent leather booties and shoes complete the view.
Leather strap lingerie like corsets for spring 2013.
June 6, 2012
Leather clothing for fall-winter 2012-2013 by Alexander Wang. Leather is covering elegant women from head to toes.
Leather coat or trench coat paired with high leather boots.
Leather suits fall-winter 2012-2013 by Alexander Wang.
December 20, 2011
Full wet look hair for 2012. The slick back wet hairstyles are very popular for spring-summer 2012. It simply works on any length of hair – even a short crop. But still, if your hair is very curly or frizzy, you may need to straighten it first.
How to achieve the wet look
A number of different products can be used to create an all-over wet look hairstyle. At Alexander Wang spring-summer 2012 runway, the stylist used Argan oil all the way through, but not before using plenty of volumising mousse and a rough blow dry first. To create a smooth look like the one at Carlos Miele, try mixing gel with shine oil in equal parts then layering it all through the hair.
August 25, 2011
Marc Jacobs is spread to be the new Creative Director at Christian Dior.
LVMH head Bernard Arnault has been in talks with Jacobs, currently designer for two eponymous lines as well as Louis Vuitton, about filling the top spot at Christian Dior. Marc Jacobs has been working for LVMH for 14 years.
Dior has been without a creative director since LVMH fired designer John Galliano in March after a video surfaced of him making anti-Semitic comments at a Parisian bar.
The question of who will take the top job at Dior has remained since Galliano was gone. Meetings between Dior representatives from LVMH, the luxury conglomerate that owns the Christian Dior label as well as Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs and a host of other top brands, and Jacobs’ legal representatives are set to take place this week in Paris.
In turn if Marc Jacobs becomes the new Dior creative director, he could be replaced by Phoebe Philo, the creative head at Celine, another component of the French luxury conglomerate.
But it also had contestants as unlikely as Alexander Wang, Christian Lacriox and Keren Craig of Marchesa thrown into the mix, not to mention the much more likely Riccardo Tisci.