24 Oct 2010

Low Cost-High Style

Hi dear readers,
today you have my column on low cost-high style items, on cheap pieces I find they have a nice effect. I selected for you a pair of trousers for a daily simple look and a particular skirt you can use for a night out.
Hope you like them! Have a good Sunday!

Zara Trousers with leather inserts
Mango skirt

21 Oct 2010

My new purchase

Here you have my last purchases from Zara, I like this knitwear and the lace inserts, the effect is very nice because they make the shoulders glimpse, we could wear it with jeans and pumps, or with a flared skirt, is simple but seems sophisticated.


18 Oct 2010


In order from the left: Azzedine Alaia (BEAUTIFUL), Nicholas Kirkwood for Rodarte, Valentino Garavani, Charlotte Olympia boots

14 Oct 2010

Do you want to wear a bit of Art?

Mondrian Bag by Sara Battaglia

This piece from the young bags designer Sara Battaglia is a really cool item that can't miss in a fashionista's closet. It's an original interpretation of the famous Mondrian work of art, a must-have for art lovers, cool to wear! Give a look at the pieces of her collection because she will go a long way!

PS: stay tuned because in the next post you will see the coolest shoes of the season!

Questo pezzo della giovane designer di borse Sara Battaglia, è un oggetto veramente cool che non può mancare nell'armadio di una fashionista. E' un'interpretazione originale della famosa opera di Mondrian, un must-have per gli amanti dell'arte, bello da indossare! Date un'occhiata ai pezzi della sua collezione perchè fara molta strada!

8 Oct 2010

Elie Saab Spring/Summer 2011

If you have 2 minutes check out this video, please.
It's really cute, a pleasure for eyes. I have a absolute love for Elie Saab creations. Elie Saab makes women sophisticated, so that wearing one of his dresses, they can feel real queens. Is this the purpose of fashion, isn't it?

6 Oct 2010

Valentino-Chanel Spring Summer 11

Wonderful collections from Valentino and Chanel, the most awaited catwalks. (Pictures from Style.it)

In Valentino we found a very delicate palette of colours, nude, black and white, big use of lace,  with a very modern effect. The Valentino urban woman doesn't give up being feminine also daily. Characteristic of the maison is the use of ruches in the jackets, in the dresses that express a light and very clean in the lines, romanticism. Maria Grazia Chiuri e Pierpaolo Piccioli did a good work in respect of the brand tradition.

In Chanel collection, we could see a triumph of feathers, everywhere, both in daily and nightly outfits matched with the skirt tailleurs, classics of the maison. Coloured flowers dresses, big use of tulle, black and white matched and mixed. In the catwalk there was also the presence of Ines De la Fressange, Chanel muse, among the models.
See more pictures below and keep in touch to see the best looks in Elie Saab collection in next post!:D

5 Oct 2010

Let's mambo! So Sophia...

Hi guys, 
As you know, cinema inspires our lives, our way of thinking and also fashion like those ones inspire cinema, so sometimes in this blog I would like to share with you some scenes of movies I really love.
Late Forties and Fifties were a fantastic period, a golden age for Italian cinema, for the presence of stars like Sofia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Vittorio De Sica, Silvana Mangano, Gina Lollobrigida, and directors like Fellini, Rossellini (who created a new way of acting and filming ispired to reality, the Neorealismo), it was also the period in which Italian comedy was born; the movies of these years contributed to the success of stars like Sophia who won the Oscar for her performance in "La Ciociara" and became an icon all over the world.
Well, I want to show you a piece of a movie directed by Dino Risi, "Pane, Amore e..." (1955), it's with Sophia Loren and Vittorio De Sica and the scene is a cult for the mambo dance in which Sophia expresses her curvy sensuality.
Nice way to start the day!