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wmagazine:

Sofia Coppola takes over W. 
Photograph by Andrew Durham; W magazine May 2014. 

wmagazine:

Sofia Coppola takes over W

Photograph by Andrew Durham; W magazine May 2014. 

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womensweardaily:

Q&A: Ralph Lauren Now
WWD: You’ve said that you think of fashion as art. Do you think about that when you’re working on a collection?
R.L.:  Honestly, I say, “How do I do this?” I don’t even know where it’s coming from because I do a lot of things. There’s a world of beautiful things that are more commercial, they’re more available. And then there’s a world of things that the piece feels like art. When you have to create something, it’s got to hit you emotionally.  For More
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womensweardaily:

Q&A: Ralph Lauren Now

WWD: You’ve said that you think of fashion as art. Do you think about that when you’re working on a collection?

R.L.: Honestly, I say, “How do I do this?” I don’t even know where it’s coming from because I do a lot of things. There’s a world of beautiful things that are more commercial, they’re more available. And then there’s a world of things that the piece feels like art. When you have to create something, it’s got to hit you emotionally.  For More

For all from WWD Collections

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condenasttraveler:

The view from HÔTEL PLAZA ATHÉNÉE PARIS

condenasttraveler:

The view from HÔTEL PLAZA ATHÉNÉE PARIS

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condenasttraveler:

The beautiful mountains of Vietnam at sunset

condenasttraveler:

The beautiful mountains of Vietnam at sunset

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womensweardaily:

Celebrity Fashion: Busy Bodies
Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images
At a private dinner celebrating “The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014” exhibition, Miroslava Duma went for a spring Valentino gown with a vintage air for a look that was nothing short of exquisite.

womensweardaily:

Celebrity Fashion: Busy Bodies

Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images

At a private dinner celebrating “The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014” exhibition, Miroslava Duma went for a spring Valentino gown with a vintage air for a look that was nothing short of exquisite.

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fashioninhistory:

Portrait of Anna Elisabeth Hansen (Detail)
Giovanni Boldini
1902
Giovanni Boldini was an Italian genre and portrait painter, belonging to the Parisian school. According to a 1933 article in Time magazine, he was known as the “Master of Swish” because of his flowing style of painting.
Boldini was born in Ferrara, the son of a painter of religious subjects, and went to Florence in 1862 to study painting, meeting there the realist painters known as the Macchiaioli. Their influence is seen in Boldini’s landscapes which show his spontaneous response to nature, although it is for his portraits that he became best known. He attained great success in London as a portraitist. From 1872 Boldini lived in Paris, where he became a friend of Edgar Degas. He also became the most fashionable portrait painter in Paris in the late 19th century, with a dashing style of painting which shows some Impressionist influence but which most closely resembles the work of his contemporaries John Singer Sargent and Paul Helleu. He was nominated commissioner of the Italian section of the Paris Exposition in 1889, and received the Legion d’honneur for this appointment. He died in Paris in 1931.

fashioninhistory:

Portrait of Anna Elisabeth Hansen (Detail)

Giovanni Boldini

1902

Giovanni Boldini was an Italian genre and portrait painter, belonging to the Parisian school. According to a 1933 article in Time magazine, he was known as the “Master of Swish” because of his flowing style of painting.

Boldini was born in Ferrara, the son of a painter of religious subjects, and went to Florence in 1862 to study painting, meeting there the realist painters known as the Macchiaioli. Their influence is seen in Boldini’s landscapes which show his spontaneous response to nature, although it is for his portraits that he became best known. He attained great success in London as a portraitist. From 1872 Boldini lived in Paris, where he became a friend of Edgar Degas. He also became the most fashionable portrait painter in Paris in the late 19th century, with a dashing style of painting which shows some Impressionist influence but which most closely resembles the work of his contemporaries John Singer Sargent and Paul Helleu. He was nominated commissioner of the Italian section of the Paris Exposition in 1889, and received the Legion d’honneur for this appointment. He died in Paris in 1931.

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clubmonaco:

Skogafoss, Iceland waterfall

clubmonaco:

Skogafoss, Iceland waterfall

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michaelstars:

💛 #audrey #wisdom #qotd

michaelstars:

💛 #audrey #wisdom #qotd

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