Go buy this stuff.
Capris: :::Sn@tch Just Jealous Black Capris:::
Shoes: *GF* Flat Shoes “Little Diva”
Tee:Bottle Bird Cotton Candy with hotdogs!
Nails: Adam n Eve Manicure Zombie Green
Lashes: Amacci – Eyelash Tattoo 1
Hair Bob:.( bewildebeest ). Amphitrite Hair Ornament
Hair: Exile Anja/aqua
Shape: Gidge ~Savoir Faire Shapes~ (new)
Skin: Adam n Eve Skins – Taylor – Natural Tone – Vert
Eyes: Poetic Colorsclassic – cosmic dawn (m) dark
Applonia Criss of Chantkare knows prints and can match them better than anyone. She has a bold palette and paints with an assertive, confident brush. This gorgeous skirt and top are perhaps the most subdued in her collection for Modavia Fashion Week, but the quiet details won my heart. I love the skirt sculpt with the the ribbon edging and trim and the gentle gathers. And green is my favorite color!
I enjoyed the show from Gabriel for Modavia Fashion Week. It featured menswear and womenswear. The womenswear was dominated by sculpted little cocktail dresses like this one in different colors. I have some great jackets from Gabriel, but these new cocktail dresses are a move in a more frivolous direction and I love it.
Did I mention that Ava and Barbara Kungler frequently take their inspiration from their native Brazil, drawing color, form and substance from the flora and fauna. This gown from their fall collection released at Modavia Fashion Week yesterday is a perfect example of that. Using a bird and foliage print could so very easily look old-fashioned and kitsch, but not with the modern sensibility of Kunglers.
One of the reasons I love Kunglers is their use of bold prints and the way they incorporate the organic inspirations of their Brazil into their designs. Their fall collection for Modavia Fashion Week is true to their history while remaining fresh by incorporating new silhouettes. It’s a fabulous collection of separates and signature pieces such as this stunning coat – which I wore as a coat dress. While this is gold, not green the color of hope, for some reason it made me think of a favorite song a former colleague used to play a lot – Spyro Gyro by Jorge Ben Jor. I think it is the vegetal inspiration that brought zygotes and gametes to mind.