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August 2008

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This blondie video from the 80’s made me smile, Debbie Harry the style icon! Love the song. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aH3Q_CZy968[/youtube]

It’s all about the shoulders in the Autumn/Winter 08-09 collection of many great designers. Look at the shoulders and see how the designers have formed them with shoulderpads and curves.

Helene Berman is an english designer born in London in 1952. She studied Fashion Design at London’s  prestigious Harrow School of Art and Design in the middle of the cultural revolution of the 1960’s. The brand is synonymous with high quality, innovative, stylish tailoring. The thing I really like…

The fashion world needs these kind of persons. Like Isabella Blow there is yet another famous fashion style icon to be mentioned.Anna Piaggi is an Italian fashion writer and style icon. Her wardrobe is so special that the Victoria and Albert Museum in London held an exibition about it…

Ganni lets no single designer exemplify their style. The design concept is driven by a team of experienced, supremely talented, up-and-coming designers and artists. I saw their video from the high summer 2008 collection and I love the way they combine a great summer-fealing with the Ganni collection.…

I just stumbled over this upcoming danish designer, and I really liked her work with the label BORCHER. The recent collection is called ENDO and is made out of a fascination for origami and graphical structures. The label is described as a label that lavishes great care on every detail…

Katharine Hamnet – the fashion designer known for her “statement” T-shirts has made this video of her A/W 2007 collection, and i think it’s a fun way to show a collection. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgE9ZL6zT7c]

There is a tendency towards the use of more mature models in high fashion ads. DANSK magazine pointed it out and have put Helena Christensen at the cover of their Autumn 2008 issue. Likewise Chanel have a fashion campain with the beautiful Claudia Schiffer – and I think…