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New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 Calender

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 4, 2013 by James Field

 

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Well it’s finally here!

New York is about witness another blitz of Runway shows, street style super stars ( I use that loosely), presentations, parties, after parties, and after after parties.Yes, its Fashion Week and I have the schedule here for all you crashers, photogs, and aspiring visionaries alike. I think the most exciting thing about Fashion Week for me, is the carelessness of it all, so to speak. Aside from Halloween, it’s one of two times a year that you can dress up like a moody, cross gender bending, space cadet and have your image immortalized by Tommy Ton or The Sartorialist. People tap into the eccentricity that is underlying within them, and present it for the world to see, during the years most fabulous events. I mean you can’t wear a Givenchy leather kilt, and carry a Pashli Satchel to the office everyday (talking to the guys) so it really does become a festival of free will, individuality, and pure creative alchemy.

So go forth New York in all of your splendor and chicness, the French will never take us seriously if we don’t STEP IT UP!

See you at Lincoln Center!

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Noir For Fall

Posted in Obsessions with tags , , , , , on March 7, 2012 by James Field

Noir For Fall

Givenchy.com Fall 2012 Mens Footwear Collection

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The Print

Posted in Obsessions with tags , , , , , , on August 22, 2011 by James Field

Artwork by Givenchy Creative Director, Riccardo Tisci for Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative album “Watch The Throne

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Givenchy Haute Couture Fall 2011

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , on July 6, 2011 by James Field

It’s very difficult to explain the sheer craftsmanship and attention to detail that went into the only 10 looks of the Givenchy Fall 2011 Couture collection. Photos never do justice when we are talking hundreds of hours of fine handwork. The lightness and heavenly presence the collection exuded was balanced by the fragility and grace each piece displayed. Riccardo Tisci explained the collection was a meditation on “Purity, lightness, fragility,” And it was done exquisitely.

“I try to find the light in the darkness . . .   Riccardo Tisci