We saw it on Simone Rocha Fall 2014 show. Then it was Emilio Pucci’s fashion week showcase.
The commonality: Golden foreheads are going to be big this Fall!
Way to go, shiny forehead: Emilio Pucci (left) and Simone Rocha (right)
Last week, I was invited to Moschino‘s Spring/Summer fashion showcase held at Paragon main atrium. The showcase featured several key pieces from Moschino and Moschino Cheap & Chic. I have uploaded most of the runway looks on my Facebook and for this post, I would like to put the focus on Moschino Cheap & Chic, which is a diffusion line of the brand.
I have been quite a fan of Rosella Jardini’s happy fashion collection and have gushed about her SS2011 collection. This year, the setting of the Cheap & Chic range has shifted to a farmer’s market, and as you would have expected, several pieces are inspired by fruits and vegetables!
This is inspired by a strawberry, although the black bead embellishments as seen in Milan Fashion Week last year are evidently missing.
The shade of orange has taken the fashion industry by storm this season and equally hot in the heels are makeup looks in similar colors!
Orange eye shadows with light lip colours.
Having seen so many “ponytail looks” on the runway recently, I’ve invited my friend Mr Stylistry aka the Hair Expert to share his views. Mr Stylistry, who works in the beauty industry and recently started a men’s style blog, is going to introduce us to the “Power Ponytail”!
Let’s face it. There isn’t much variety in the hairstyles that fashion designers send down the catwalk every season in the fashion capitals; save for the haute couture collections where they get a little more creative. New York, of them all, sends out models in the NYFW in either a ponytail, a chignon, pouffy hair, or a variation of one of them.
Ponytails on the runway. (Image: Harper’s Bazaar)