Posts Tagged ‘Women’

“Look, just so I can tell my friends, what this dream is about, okay? Where am I?”

In Fashion on October 20, 2010 at 9:23 pm

We were at the movies watching the previews before “Alice in Wonderland”, when they showed “Tron: Legacy” preview my husband was over the moon. First of all, it was one of his favourite movies, plus the soundtrack was by Daft Punk, his favourite band. That day we decided to watch the first Tron movie. I must say, I did enjoy it and I am looking forward to the release of “Tron: Legacy” in December.

For the release Disney has partnered with designers Jerome C. Rousseau, Hayden-Harnett, Robin Rotenier and TomTom to launch a luxury accessory and shoe line inspired  by “Tron: Legacy”. Targeting the film’s female audience, the line will include a pair of five-inch metallic platforms created by Canadian born design Rousseau. Inspired by Olivia Wilde’s female lead, the couture sandal will retail at $795.

The line will include a pair of “Tron” Long Icon Earings available for purchase at $395

I like the blend of fashion with technology, and the fusion of elegance with geekness.


Futuristic? Indeed!

In Fashion on October 19, 2010 at 11:17 pm

Going through a fashion magazine couple of weeks ago, I came across some of Mikhael Kale’s designs. He is known for his edgy and modern designs. His garments are often described as sleek and edgy.

At the LG Fashion week, the Toronto native, Mikhael Kale showed his somewhat futuristic dresses. Using different fabrics (including plastic paneling) Mikhael was able to create a unique look. However I am not quite sure if the look was a success. To me it looked unflattering and trying too hard to design something different.

Mickhael Kale believes that he is inspired by all women around the world, “every woman is a Mickhael Kale woman”. I am not sure his newest collection suits all women!

“My dream is to save women from nature” Christian Dior

In Fashion on October 5, 2010 at 11:42 am

The new Christian Dior collection has brightened up the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week