In my shoes

A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.
— Mademoiselle Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel



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In my shoes
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treshaute:

Elie Saab, Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2014.
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annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
annstreetstudio:

A trip through Europe with my father…
Walking in my grandfather’s footsteps as we tour the city of Berlin…
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luxerist:

Miranda Kerr
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Bloomberg Tower, NYC | WAV
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homedesigning:

Loft Design Inspiration
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pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
pretaportre:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture, Fall 2014 
Murad served up satin shawl collars and slick tuxedo pants as a nod to men’s eveningwear, but on the whole this was red carpet, leg and lightbulb flashing, lady of leisure stuff, as was to be expected. Models in heavy kohl eyeliner with slicked back hair walked the runway to Son Lux’s “Easy,” showing off a series of heavily-worked fabrics cut close to the body.
There were some interesting touches with asymmetric elements (pleats twisted over hips and a webbed effect in crystal embellisment) and loose zebra stripes of sequins which fell into abstraction as they tumbled down gowns. Murad relied on his usual design influences, which worked their way to the surface from the start. Color-wise, the mostly monochrome opening pieces gave way to gowns with multicolored hippyish prints and palettes, then blocks of blues and pinks. │ via Style
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plumg:

Emma Watson - Défilé Valentino - Paris
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"Saturdays are for adventure; Sundays are for cuddling"
General life philosophy (via kmaynard)
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lacewings:

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mulberry-cookies:

Chanel Fall 2014 Haute Couture Finale