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At the end of the show, when the curtain on the end of the runway lift up, all the models were standing on top of the stpes of a simulacrum of the iconic Rue Cambon Salon, just like how Madame CHANEL presented her show back in the days. It was a beautiful show, I love it!Here are some of the best looks from the showCouture fantasy fashion Sci Fi movies are two of my passion in life, and when I saw Armani Priv Spring 2011 Collection, I love it immediately! I’ve heard some other fashion editors all not happy about what they saw from this show said ” Oh! It’s too Lady Gaga! And it totally doesn’t even look like the usual Armani style blah blah blah”. For me, I think it’s fabulous for a designers who are as well known famous as Giorgio Armani to take a chance and be inspired by whatever that inspired him create something utterly fabulous that is so not the “usual” Minimalistic, quiet elegance muted neutral color Armani style, It takes courage a great vision to make that leap! And for that, I give him a big applause!Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2010 Final Show Was Beautiful, Solemn, Funereal a Little SpookyPosted in Alexander McQueen, Fashion, Haute Couture with tags alexander mcqueen final show, goth chic, goth fashion, paris fashion week, tribute to alexander mcqueen on March 21, 2010 by Alan + Mei Mei the pugYesterday at the Paris fall winter 2010 fashion week, our beloved fashion designer Alexander McQueen whom pass away couple weeks ago had an appointment only salon presentation of his last collection that he was working on before his tragic death.In his latest last collection, McQueen got back to what he loved the most, the hand craftsmanship of the Haute Couture and the things that are been lost in the making of fashion.
Because literacy doesn’t necessarily go hand in hand with fighting crime. Before Agent J joins the MIB, he’s chasing a perp on foot and thrusts his police badge in their face. And that’s just the start of an hour and a half of epic Will Smith one liners.
That’s what he doesn’t understand. Most people who aren’t targeted by racism don’t think about it. He was not unusual in that respect.”Michelle Martin grew up in South Carolina, attended all black schools, and the first story she remembers reading as a child that featured someone who looked like her was “The Snowy Day.” Published in 1962, it’s widely credited with breaking the color barrier in children’s literature, showing a non caricatured African American boy named Peter enjoying the season’s first snowfall.