You don't want to get red carded when you are cheering on your favorite team during the World Cup. Style is just as important as sportiness. Sure, you can wear a jersey of your favorite team, but what's sexy about that? Deco Lynn is checking out these hot looks that are winning the fashion game. The eyes of the world are on Rio, but why not turn some heads in So-Flo in Brazilian-inspired fashion? Candace Celmer: "Toxic Sadie is a sexy swimwear line. It has all Brazilian cuts, and it's based out of Miami, Florida." When it comes to sexy suits, Brazilian cut is the way to go, so we grabbed some of the hottest looks and hit the Loews Hotel on South Beach to show them off. Candace Celmer: "Brazilian cut gives you the little cheeky, the butt cleavage. Here on South Beach we have so much Latin flavor and so much different cultures, and I think we are really confident . Brazilian cut is the cut on the suit."
Renzo Rosso is the self-styled rock and roll owner of one of Italy's most powerful fashion houses. His group, OTB, owns Diesel jeans and has made him a multi-billionaire. Bloomberg' Angus Bennett caught up with Rosso at his new offices in Italy. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Donna Karan brought a little bohemian flair to South Beach over the weekend. The designer hosted a runway show at the SLS Hotel featuring her new 2014 spring line.
"Knowing your body is the most important thing and obviously people in Miami know their body." - Donna Karan "Indigos and the sand and prints that I had done in India, which are all hand blocked, leather. Great big hat, love the hat." "And also, your shoulders never gain weight. It's the only place on your body I guarantee you will never get wrinkled and you will never gain weight on."
"You can never have enough skinny pants, you can never have enough scarfs, cover up the top the way you want to cover it up. I wouldn't wear short dresses, if you don't look good in short dresses I find that very upsetting, and being comfortable in flat shoes, if your shoes hurt, don't wear them." "Most people go to these events and they're wearing these amazing shoes and you see them walking out, ahhhh, they can't even walk." Source: WSVN7
Steve Madden said, the hardest job he ever had: working in a shoe store. Why? "You know, trying to please women is difficult," he laughed. Full interview provided by CBS. Featured @ Rymatica Models Network Online (RMNOnline) for Promotional Use Only.
Woman in NYC Makes a Fashion Statement w/ See-Through Outfit. Accompanied by bachelors in bow-ties (RMNOnline.net). New York City is the Place to be For Live Filming, Castings, Photo Shoots, etc. "The City That Never Sleeps."
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By the age of 16, her mind was set on fashion. She began taking drawing and painting lessons from a local artist and, at 19, enrolled in Moscow State University to study fashion design. “My mom couldn’t afford to send me to [Central] Saint Martins or somewhere else,” she says. Source: Business of Fashion
Through a local design competition in 2002, Gazinskaya was awarded an internship at L’Officiel Russia. “I really spend a lot of time educating myself,” she says of her time at the magazine, where she stayed on for two years, becoming a fashion assistant. “When I went there, I still had no idea who Richard Avedon or Guy Bourdin were.”
In 2004, Gazinskaya struck out as a freelance stylist, “doing some projects for MTV and private clients,” before launching her eponymous label in 2006, with support from Californian artist Bart Dorsa, who financed her first show, but is no longer involved in the business. Source: Business of Fashion
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