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Fashion - Runway Fashion Magazine for Women - ELLE. The Streethearts. TRENDLAND: FASHION & TREND BLOG * ART * DESIGN * PHOTOGRAPHY * CULTURE. Style.com: The Online Home of Fashion: News, Runway Shows, Trends, Fashion Models, Designers, Shopping, Beauty & More. DRESS ME UP, DRESS ME DOWN. Taking its cue from the title of one of Pedro Almodovar’s films about desire and control, 'Dress Me Up, Dress Me Down' offered SHOWstudio viewers the chance to dress British Model Liberty Ross in a live interactive photoshoot showcasing the Autumn/Winter 2005 collections.

DRESS ME UP, DRESS ME DOWN

Inspired by live pornographic video chats widely available on the web, 'Dress Me Up, Dress Me Down' shifted control from the image-maker - first to the model, and then ultimately to the viewer. Ross documented herself and her work through a series of galleries and interactives leading up to the shoot in June 2005. During the editorial itself, the SHOWstudio audience acted as 'virtual stylist' to Liberty Ross, choosing pieces from a wardrobe of garments selected by stylist Jonathan Kaye around nine key themes, but determining their own look for Liberty. The stylists' instructions were communicated online through a live chartroom, viewers watching their handiwork on a live broadcast.

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Selected Client List - The Made Shop. Top 10 Movies for Fashion Inspiration. We all have those nights when we feel like just curling up and watching a movie by ourselves or with our girlfriends.

Top 10 Movies for Fashion Inspiration

So why not kill two birds with one stone and get some fashion inspiration while you’re at it? These 10 fashionable movies are some of my favorites for their fun and unique takes on style. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the eye candy! Fashion Movies Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961): This beloved film starring Audrey Hepburn is packed with classic, glamorous fashion. For more on this movie’s style, see my article on Breakfast at Tiffany’s Fashion.

Bonnie & Clyde (1967): Faye Dunaway as Bonnie is an excellent example of a woman looking fabulous at all times, even while breaking the law during the Great Depression. For more on this movie’s style, see my article on Bonnie & Clyde Fashion. Annie Hall (1977): Dianne Keaton’s preppy menswear in this Woody Allen flick was a big trend at the time of the film release, and still remains a classic look today. The Talented Mr. The Notebook (2004): Fashionista: Fashion Industry News, Designers, Runway Shows, Style Advice. Don't believe the Hype. El Vestidor de la Condesa: Alvarno: el chic de París con la luz de Madrid. Tech @ 21 December 2012, Comments Off Software developer Sinful Robot intentions of debuting its first erotic encounters episode the coming year after customers are brought to the Oculus Rift, a headset that provides an immersive virtual reality experience.

El Vestidor de la Condesa: Alvarno: el chic de París con la luz de Madrid

The Rift headset, that is set to ship to customers the coming year, features full three dimensional stereoscopic vision and sensors that precisely tracks every movement. While still under development, the headset is believed to market for between $500-$800. Oculus, the developer and manufacturer, could garner $2.4 million in startup funds this season via a Kickstarter campaign. AV Star @ 10 October 2012, Comments Off Possibly why a great deal fuss is produced inside the Japanese sex marketplace is that, in each and every other part of its society and culture, Japan is regarded as because this type of greatly safe, polite and altogether nice place to become.

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