Wednesday, 2 March 2011

versace dresses 2009

Certainly there are a few ways to view Versace’s recent resort collection. Some may just say: “Iks“. Others might say: “It’s… probably… not… that… bad.” I belong to the latter group of people, who unfortunately makes up a very minute number of the world population. Frankly speaking, I’m a Versace slut junkie and I cannot deny it. I can never say Versace is ugly. It’s sexy in its own way and this law holds true at all time!

Wearing that eyes-hurting red Atelier Versace dress, Jessica Biel is no match for her Met Gala chairman, Justin Timberlake. Jessica Biel’s dress is outrageous as worn by her. She must have taken style lessons from Victoria Beckham because they both ended up looking orange for this Most-Fashion Event! Jessica Biel’s Versace moment at the Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion Met Gala 2009 is beyond words! How would you describe her ensemble? Don’t miss the gallery after the jump!

I've always loved Bottega Veneta's simple elegance but the fall 2008 collection exceeds all expectations. The effortless chic tailoring, the draped jersey dresses, the understated, muted color palette, the accessories...all this draw out a new sense of simplicity: beautiful, well-structured, and simply brilliant.

Her Atelier Versace sparkling dress matched (too much, if you ask me!) the Jimmy Choo satin sandals (same nuance as the dress). She changed her usual pearl jewelry with Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane. Keeping her makeup really simple, she makes a discreet yet impressive appearance on an overmakeup-ed, overaccessorized Red Carpet. Do you prefer Angelina’s simple look or her trademark black? (more after the jump) (via celebutopia, justjared)
Ignoring those goofy, tall beanies, Burberry's fall 2008 collection is absolutely adorable with the overcoat being the focal point. Designer Christopher Bailey had in mind art-inspired and very appealing color and texture combinations worked from plain coats and boyish jackets to elaborated, couture like outerwear made from tiered feathers, suede sequins and fringed leather leaves.

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