Friday, November 30, 2012

Top 10 Mens Jackets F/W 12

1 burberry 
1. Burberry

2 roberto cavalli 
2. Roberto Cavalli

3 just cavalli 
3. Just Cavalli

4 Giorgio Armani 
 4. Giorgio Armani

5 Burberry 
5. Burberry

6 Roberto Cavalli 
6. Roberto Cavalli

7 jp gaultier ®RAINERTORRADO 
7. Jean Paul Gaultier

8 Giorgio Armani 
 8. Giorgio Armani

9 Burberry 
9. Burberry

99 Roberto Cavalli 10. Roberto Cavalli

Pictures are property of the respective brands. Gaultier picture by Rainer Torrado.

Gentlemen, what`s the jacket of your choice? Ladies, which one would you like to see on your man?

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Etro Bags F/W 12

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 99
Pictures © Etro
Which bag is your favourite?

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Sonia Rykiel F/W 12

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 99
Pictures © Sonia Rykiel

How do you like the collection and the skirt-lenght?

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Roberto Cavalli Jewelry F/W 12

Pictures © Roberto Cavalli, Collages by DressCode:HighFashion

How do you like the collection? Which are your favourite pieces?

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Vivienne Westwood Red Label Beauty & Details F/W 12









Pictures: ©, Collages by DressCode:HighFashion

How do you like the hair & makeup? Which are your favourite details?

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Vivienne Westwood Red Label F/W 12

Over the years Red Label has collected ideas from history and from all over the world, but whatever Vivienne Westwood does always ends with a collection that is British, the world looked at through her eyes.


Perhaps there is no city more cosmopolitan than London, so here is a British collection which shows an interest in everything;


Tailoring, masculine- Savile Row inspired long Edwardian jackets (velvet trimmed), clean white shirts and Jermyn Street stripes, feminine tailoring- checks + tartans, lots of wool, mohair, blankets + capes, prints + jacquards taken from African body painting, Ikat, mottled effect prints that remind you of feathers and fur but also somehow of old ladies in Provence.


For evening looks paper taffeta and duchess in checks, stripes and block colours are used for wrapped and twisted dresses.


More formal ‘portrait’ suits and cocktail dresses are shown alongside traditional ‘smoking’ suits in satin finish wool and glitter stretch.


This show was in support of the Environmental Justice Foundation’s (EJF) ‘No Place Like Home’ campaign for climate refugees.


The t-shirts Vivienne Westwood designed, seen in the show, support the campaign to raise awareness of the plight of people who have been forced from their homes and land due to the increasing and intensifying impact of climate change.


This can happen through violent calamity, but also and often people are forced into a decision to move because their land is no longer habitable.


EJF believes that climate change is one of the most profound threats to people’s rights to life, food, health, water and shelter.


Unlike the 10 million refugees recognized by the UN Refugee Agency, these people currently have no legal status or protection. EJF is calling for urgent international action to provide them with legal recognition, assistance and protection.


The bespoke t-shirts are made using an exemplary low carbon supply chain and are manufactured using renewable green energy. Priced at £20, the exclusive t-shirts are on sale at and .

Pictures: ©

How do you like the collection? Which looks are your favourites?