Posts Tagged ‘Fashion Week’

Steal the spotlight on New Year’s Eve

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Want to capture the spotlight on New Year’s Eve? Here’s how. Do what celebrities do–their hair makes a statement on the red carpet. And find out how you can shine too–ringing in the New Year with star-worthy tips. Get red-carpet ready yourself. We spoke with celebrity hair colourist Michael Canale–who has won awards for creating [...]

Working Through Changes

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Lives of Style’s DatingSpeak ©2016 addresses questions about Dating, Relationships and Communication. Lives of Style is committed to helping you achieve your own best style–in fashion, beauty and in life. Lives of Style and Lives of Style’s DatingSpeak ™ ©2016 want to facilitate answers to questions. While Lives of Style’s authorities in different categories may not [...]

Go Blonde and Get Healthy Hair

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Lives of Style’s Monday with Michael ™ ©2016, provides expert advice on hair colour, styling, care and conditioning—for a more beautiful YOU. Our Lives of Style Authority: Master Colourist to the Stars: Michael Canale–in the business for over 30 years, is renowned for creating natural sun-streaked hair and classic blonde shades that get raves. One [...]

Celebrity Colorist Dishes about When to Change Your Hair Color

Hair at Fashion Week

Lives of Style’s Monday with Michael ™ ©2015, provides expert advice on hair color, styling, care and conditioning—for a more beautiful YOU. Congratulations! Michael Canale was named “Best Colorist” for Jennifer Aniston’s color in Elle’s August 2015 issue. He won for Aniston’s iconic look–which was created by using his ansenal of techniques to create the [...]

Wanderlust with Prabal Gurung for Fall Winter 2015 at NYFW

Prabal Gurung FW 2015

Prabal Gurung was quoted at his Fall Winter show saying that he loves a woman of substance.   One could say the same of his latest collection, which was inspired by the Adirondack Mountains.   Gurung admixed minimalism infused with references to the natural world, like a snow leopard printed velvet coat and a shift [...]

Dennis Basso’s Disco Queens for Fall Winter 2015 NYFW

Dennis Basso FW 2015

It was all about the American hustle at Dennis Basso’s Fall Winter show at NYFW.   Inspired by the stylish jet setters of the disco era, there was no shortage of glamour. Models were swathed in velvet drape gowns in metallic gold. Ensembles brought to mind Studio 54 in its heyday—with highlights reminiscent of the [...]

La Dolce Vita with Badgley Mischka Fall Winter 2015 at NYFW

Badgley Mischka FW 2015

Following a holiday at a 450 year-old monastery in Cartagena, Columbia, Mark Badgley and James Mischka infused their Fall Winter collection with retro allure worthy of the silver screen. Hourglass silhouettes and beauty queen beehives were reminiscent of ‘60’s femme fatales Sofia Loren and Brigitte Bardot.

What’s Cool About Barbara Tfank


Barbara Tfank has made a nam for herself in the fashion industry, but she actually started out in the world of film. Tfank once worked in the wardrobe department of films such as A Midnight Clear, Three of Hearts, and The Beautician and the Beast. After working in costume design, she shifted her focus and [...]

Brunello Cucinelli Has a Fresh Take on Spring 2015


Brunello Cucinelli has moved beyond great knits to a showcase beautiful clothes which, this season evoked a strong, activewear trend–creating a sporty, fluid and relaxed collection. The gray, laser-cut, diamond-patterned, cropped, mink jacket displayed the brand’s propensity to innovate with new techniques especially while working in traditional mediums, such as fur. Ostrich feathers were waxed [...]

Alexander Wang’s Tour de Force — Comes Into His Own with Balenciaga’s Spring 2015 collection

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In a “sheer”-delight, Alexander Wang perfectly blended street chic and athleti-style influences into figure-flattering looks–admixing mesh and embroidery into sleek silhouettes. Pants were tight, shirts cut to the body and dresses were primarily long and form-fitting. Wang’s love of geometrics was evident throughout, as many pieces–including black, white and dusty pink dresses, featured lattice patterns. [...]

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