1 cuivre Noun, masculine
(a) copper; (old-fashioned) ~ jaune yellow copper, brass; ~ blanc white copper
(b) (Music) ~s brass (instruments); les ~s the brass (section); fanfare de ~s brass band
2 cuivré Adjective
(a) copper-plated; bronzed skin; coppery hair, reflection
Cuivres
Alberta Ferretti Spring-Summer 2015
garcode:

IMG Sydney’s showcards for SS 13-14
Gemma Ward May [Re-]Debut At Australia Fashion Week
gemma-ward:

lindsey lily and gemma~
lelaid:

Iselin Steiro at Balenciaga, Spring/Summer 2005


forgot about this girl
noctex:

scyrius:

noctex:

N O C T E X - PERMEANCE FW/14Unisex / multi-wearable monochromatic design grounded on sustainable practices.

oh my god.it’s not 2011 anymore why are people still trying to imitate Rick and his contemporaries

I don’t normally respond to negativity, but I am real tired of people calling out any designer that does black-on-black layering as Rick impersonators. Because really - if this was all orange, you wouldn’t be trying to pull the Rick card here. Can you point out how this is a Rick imitation? Is there really anything here that Rick Owens coined? Or do you just see black clothes and assume Rick Owens invented monochromatic fashion? Being a garment designer is not about forcefully creating innovation each season and expiring all design options by giving people the illusion that they need the trendiest shit each season, its about creating pieces that people need and want to wear. That said, independent design is about giving people the option of supporting a small business for their seasonal essential needs - a business that pays attention to their footprint on this planet, and is not just trying to throw capital-f ‘Fashion’ around. 
There is enough elitism in fashion as there is, don’t add onto it.

hey girl, i love you and your designs
showstudio:

Prada by Frida Wannerberger
gemma-ward:

GEMMA WARD IS BACK IN FASHION!!! SHE DID PRADA OMFG I AM SOOO BEYOND EXCITED

THANK YOU ALL FOR STICKING WITH THIS BLOG, I GUESS I WILL HAVE NEW MATERIAL NOW ;)

im beyond excited
a-state-of-bliss:

New York Times Magazine Fall 2014 ‘Go Slow Lara’ - Mark Miller & Lara Stone by Bruce Weber, styling Joe McKenna
westernwaves:

Proenza Schouler Spring 2015