Zara back-to-school clothes 2010

To be fashion at school too

Classes have already started a few weeks ago, and the cooler temperatures are also back.
This is the moment chosen by Zara to launch these beautiful clothes for children.

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For girls, Zara offers nice blazers inspired by the spirit of Chloé brand, and long coats that fit perfectly.

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The boots and ankle-boots are also present, accompanying the clothes that follow the main trends of the season: khaki, beige, caramel, mesh colors and Jacquard patterns.

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For young boys, Zara created trendy jackets and beautiful wool sweatshirts with zippers, for convenience, and of course, the blazers that look as good with the incontrovertible jeans.

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Bensimon advertising campaign men summer 2011

An afternoon on countryside

Parisian brand Bensimon is back with its new advertising campaign for summer 2011 collection, especially dedicated to men’s fashion.

Bensimon for men

Pato Battellini is the name of the photographer who took these beautiful pictures, suspending time in what seems to be a relaxing and enjoyable afternoon.

Bensimon for men

Relax attitude for this collection of Bensimon 2011, which is also very varied and combines modernity and urban cuts of the clothes with the gentle aroma of the countryside.

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The jeans are still the favorite, and they combine perfectly with light fabric shirts decorated with floral patterns, honoring the freedom spirit that floats over the whole collection.

Bensimon for men

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Art & Fashion

Art & Fashion

Recently, artwork has been created based on photographs that honor the increasingly strong bond which unites fashion and art.

As the line between the two disciplines grows increasingly finer: fashion is born of an undeniable artistic force, and involves values, such as Sonia Rykiel sweaters that embody the release of femininity, the kilts of Jean-Paul Gaultier that opened the unisex era, the timeless elegance of Chanel, the ostentatious sophistication of Dior or Calvin Klein’s modern simplicity.

Jill Gasparina, highlighting this interaction, says fashion helps to make the spirit of an era, the art, for its part is what best empowers it.

See more on :

www.michel-bizet.com

Dominican Designers

Glenny Denisse Hernández Bacó

Glenny Denisse Hernández Bacó

Glenny Denisse Hernandez Bacó is the second of seven children, daughter of Albert and Carmen. She was born in 1972 inSanto Domingo, Dominican Republic. She comes from a family of artists, including her younger sister Jeimi Hernandez, a renown professional model, and her aunt, Mercy Jacquez…