The adorable fashion editor and stylist Ugo Mozie has decided to help jump start socialite Karrueche Tran’s fashion career by partnering with Miss Tran on his latest endeavor; a new clothing line called The Kill. The clothing line will feature tee shirts, hats, socks and the like and is scheduled to launch on December 12.
While I’m not a fan of Mozié’s creative talents (see Aston Mozie)… and Miss Tran has no fashion background or talent that we know of….and I’m definitely not interested in another tee shirt line… I am an optimist so I will reserve my opinions for after the launch. Maybe we’re all in for a pleasant surprise (side eye).
SIDE NOTE: Mr. Mozié I hope all this promotion doesn’t keep you too busy to start planning your next move.
Visit The-Kill.com for updates
FREEDOM / HOPE / DREAM / LOVE = JOYRICH. Supporting the image of being casual and laid-back but yet rich and luxurious, JOYRICH has been designed to promote a lifestyle that is rich in content. It’s definitely a ”Hollywood” sensation, you can always catch a celeb going in and out their Los Angeles store but what do you think of the label? Here’s a look at their Fall/Winter 2012 collection
Photo Credit: Joyrich
Designer Nicolas Petrou was born in Cyprus. He studied fashion design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, and then moved to New York City, where he founded the label where he continues to deliver magnificent collections each season; it’s no wonder he has been named Arise Magazine’s Menswear Designer of the Year 2012 for PETROU\MAN .
The West Africa influenced SS12 collection draws inspiration from modern age fashion and culturally rich traditional influences. Designer Nicolas Petrou is well known for his ingenious way of adding hand applied details to classic menswear. In this collection Petrou experiments with texures, prints, layering, and color.
Joyce Bidouzo-Coudray summarizes the collection nicely:
“Using both traditional and modern fabrics that range from hand-dyed tartans to organic cotton and jersey wool as well as microfibers, nylon and metallic leather, the collections offer a modern take on refined classical menswear with a twist of tribal sophistication.”
His latter collection, for A/W 2011, was inspired by artist David Gòmez (and his tribal faces), the inspiration behind the make-up and the patterns.. View photos of both collections in the gallery below.
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“My designs are known for being hip, chic, and funky. My clothes are designed for the fashion conscience woman & men who seeks an edgy, trendy, and yet unique look for their wardrobe.” – Mahlet Afework
Mafi by Mahlet Afework, utilizes Ethiopian hand woven fabrics combined with silk, satin, chiffon, lace to create knitwear for both men and women. The result; flowing, light-as-air fabrics that give way to sexy urban streetwear that feels as good as it looks.
Photo Credit: Avaloni Studios for AFWNY 2012
If you’re looking to add a little something special to spice up your wardrobe House of Versatile Styles (HVS) just released their accessories look book!! Feast your eyes on colorful bracelets and neck pieces like the Bella’s Candy Heart color block chain neck piece featured in the photo above or the HVS Tribal Print Fancy Bra, (ooh lala).
Photo Credit: MadisonBuyer
H&M Lookbook Woman Autumn collection 2012
H&M Lookbook Menswear Autumn collection 2012
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Washington Roberts presentation of his Autumn/Winter 2012 collection took place at The Bryant Park Hotel’s Cellar Bar in NYC March 30th. Plated leathers, lustrous twills, intense hardware, studded accessories, and color blocking all played an integral part in the collection, as did the use of dimensional layering, angled tailoring, and mix mashing of fabric. Roberts presented a collection that was edgy yet sophisticated.
These looks are intense definitely for the fashionista who likes to stand out in a crowd…View our favorite looks below:
Photo Credit: Washington Roberts
Cool peplum jackets, draped silk blouses, and sparkly lamé party dresses in bright colors seen throughout the Tracy Reese autumn/winter 2012 collection gives one a sense of spring amongst the otherwise dreary color palettes commonplace on the runway for this season.
Photo Credit: Styleite.com
Ozwald Boateng’s fall/winter 2012 collection introduces plenty of black, salt and pepper wool, dramatic overcoats, and mohair and Japanese fabrics.
Boateng describes his collection:
“The traditionally ‘black and white’ Japanese attitude towards clothing etiquette fascinates me. In modern society, migration between East and West has caused these elements to merge. Autumn/Winter 2012 combines facets of typical British Hunting Attire and a Japanese aesthetic story to create something new, something directional.”
Photo Credit: PorHomme.com
Laura Smalls fall/winter 2012 collection consists of intricate prints, and leather detail against an earthy palette of gold, teal, saffron and black honoring her Native American roots. View our favorite looks from her American Plains Princess collection and watch behind the scenes runway footage HERE!
Photo Credit: JonesMagazine