Thursday, April 1, 2010

Danasha Luxury Gown Cost $1.5 Million

Designer Jad Ghandour will debut the Danasha Luxury Gown at Miami Danasha Luxury Gown International Fashion week. The couture dress will incorporate diamonds and gold as well as other fine materials and precious gems.

Though Ghandour is no stranger to dressing well-heeled ladies (Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza recently wore one of his creations), the designer has never created an item like the Danasha Luxury Gown, which will cost a whopping $1.5 million.via

Monday, March 15, 2010

Gold Dress That Cost $1.2 Million

Not to be outdone with mere diamonds and emeralds on a dress, Bunka Gold Dress That Cost $1.2 MillionFashion College in Tokyo shows models wearing outfits bedecked with gold coins. 1,500 Austrian gold coins valued at $1.2 million were on three outfits, including a dress weighing 22 pounds, and jackets weighing up to 46 pounds. One of the models was incapable of carrying the additional weight.via

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Puma Designer Sports Heels

Alexander McQueen’s memory will live on with a lot of his Puma Designer Sports Heelscollaborations, ideas and aspirations coming out this year.

One such collaborative effort worth noting is the Puma and Alexander McQueen SS2010 Collection. Featuring heels which look capable of being worn on a track among other shoes, the collection is certainly a great reminder of his immense talent.

Be sure to check out other Alexander McQueen and Puma features on Trend Hunter below.via

Friday, February 26, 2010

Isabel Marant Funky Online Fashions

Although people still find the need to feel fabric, try on products and Isabel Marant Funky Online Fashions simply revel in the physical presence of new items, it’s only a matter of time before that changes—and Isabel Marant at Net-a-Porter is one step closer to that reality.

Although probably sold in a store as well, girls are getting just as excited about online shopping than they do about heading out for some much needed mall time. I mean, some of the Isabel Marant at Net-a-Porter clothes and accessories are already sold out! And who would have thought otherwise? A great collection for spring and summer, I suggest you check out the site ASAP. If not, you’ll probably be sorry tomorrow.via

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Futuristic Heel-less Heels - Wearable Sculptures for Feet

Trend Hunter Rachel Bowman wrote about Chau Har Lee’s graduate Futuristic Heel-less Heels - Wearable Sculptures for Feetcollection last year and we couldn’t help but look upon her sculptural creations in awe—and a bit of trepidation at the thought of someone possibly wearing such… art.

With her latest designs, however, Chau Har Lee has moved a little closer to feasibly wearable heels. But do not fret, she has managed to hold onto her unique vision, making her new additions as equally awe-inspiring as those in her graduate collection.via

Straitjacket Buckle Boots - Heavy Duty Winter Wear

Christopher Bailey is hands down one of my favorite designers. His ability to Straitjacket Buckle Boots - Heavy Duty Winter Weartake high fashion concepts and turn them into gorgeous, wearable and accessible clothes and accessories never ceases to amaze. This is never truer than with the Burberry Fall/Winter 2010 shoes.

Boots were the only footwear Mr Bailey was concerned with for the Burberry Fall/Winter 2010 shoes. Many a pair were strutted down the runway for men and women. Fur-lined booties with lots of buckles as well as snake-print, over-the-knee stiletto boots (in both black and metallic) made front-row fashionistas drool.via

Friday, February 19, 2010

Rocker Geek Apparel - The Michael Bastian Fall 2010 Line Shows

Rocker Geek Apparel - The Michael Bastian Fall 2010 Line ShowsCombining the nerd look with the indie rocker has been an ever increasingly hot trend as of late, and the Michael Bastian Fall 2010 line brings the two worlds together in perfect unison.

Using classic pieces of dweeby flair: the bow tie the checkered vest, the Michael Bastian Fall 2010 line adds a touch of rebellion by throwing in some pre-ripped denim and Doc Martens to create a look that is sure to be duplicated by hipsters all over the country later this year.via

Hipster Couture - Proenza Schouler Fall 2010 Collection

It feels as though many fashion houses are taking cues from one Hipster Couture  - Proenza Schouler Fall 2010 Collectionlovely lady, and her name just happens to be Alexa Chung—I mean, just look at the Proenza Schouler Fall 2010 collection. Doesn’t almost every piece look like something she’s either worn or will probably wear?

I’m not trying to label Alexa Chung as a hipster because I honestly think she’s way too ahead of the curve to be called that, but I can’t help but see the Proenza Schouler Fall 2010 collection as such.via

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Stainless Steel Sandals

The Joana Vasconcelos ‘Marilyn’ shoe sculpture is made out of Stainless Steel Sandalshundreds of stainless steel pots, pans and covers. The work of art is dubbed ‘Marilyn’ since it’s heavily inspired by the sexy heels worn by iconic actress Marilyn Monroe from a clip in the legendary film ‘The Seven Year Itch.’

Which clip, do you ask? Spoofed countless times afterward in shows and other movies like the ‘House Bunny’ and ‘Lady in Red’, the famous scene where the blond bombshell walks over an air-vent in a cute white summer dress. I would be very interested in checking out the feet that could fill in Joana Vasconcelos’ shoe structure and then walking over an air-vent.via

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