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IN TOM FORD’S MIND

EDITORIAL | WALK THE LINE

Is there any romance left in the digital era when the silence over texting is so loud?
A soul full of sentiments prefers to express her feelings outwardly…

 

 

 

 

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Ted Baker

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Red Voukamvilia

DECODING BLACK

“I’ve been 40 years discovering that the queen of all colors was black.”

— Pierre-Auguste Renoir

 

Black is associated with power, fear, mystery, strength, authority, elegance, formality, death, evil, and aggression, rebellion, and sophistication. Black is required for all other colors to have depth and variation of hue. 

“I love black because it affirms, designs, and styles,” said Yves Saint Laurent, whose signature “Le Smoking” revolutionized fashion, sharpening the edges of the little black dress. (p.g.)
Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons delights in its subtleties, describing her preferred palette as “three shades of black.”
Even Renoir, a master of cherubic hues, eventually surrendered to the dark side. 

 

That reign continues in winter’s most versatile pieces as well as timeless accessories.


Get into the dark side of a totally bright issue..

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