Celebrity Fashion Before The Weekend Begins

Ciara’s impressive ponytail she wore on the red carpet at the Billboard Women In Music 2017 may trick you into believing you’re watching a Leo woman, but her beautiful face betrays her Scorpio astrological sign. As for her dress, the singer chose an off-shoulder gown dress with an impressive back, all white topped with a black skirt.

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Mia Moretti attended the LAND of distraction Launch Event, in LA, wearing a see-through black dress on top of her wide leg jeans. She accentuated her waist with a black belt – that’s pretty much all that she did to her outfit. Simple and effective. Love it!

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Celebrity stylist Johnny Wujek brought his support and coolness to Christian Siriano’s new book ‘Dresses To Dream About’ launch party. What makes a huge difference in his outfit is the pink rose and vintage handkerchief he wore in his jacket’s chest pocket, next to all the other boyish elements. I kind of wish his jeans were longer but other than that his outfit is a hit.

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I love how Andrea Riseborough changed the destiny of her outfit by adding a pair of metallic silver boots to her baby blue soft dress. Even her very blond hair fits in wonderfully in the whole arrangement. Honestly, it couldn’t have been better. She wore this outfit in LA, at Roksanda Ilincic’s dinner, hosted by Nordstrom and Olivia Kim.

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I’ve been missing seeing Scarlett Johansson, and there she is, attending the American Museum Of Natural History’s 2017 Museum Gala, wearing red and looking marvelous. And now I can finally go on with my life.

Karl Lagerfeld presents Chanel Couture Collection under Eiffel Tower Replica

At the Grand Palais in Paris, on July 5, the atmosphere in the enormous stage had already been set before the defile by Karl Lagerfeld’s decision to present Chanel’s Couture collection in a very Parisian manner, and for that, he placed deck chairs in the shadow of an Eiffel Tower replica, lightly clouded at the top. The first sight of Couture started on Mario Batkovic’s ‘Restrictus’, who set the tone for the music that played throughout the show.

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Looking at the clothes, I get a Merry Poppins feel, starting from the very first outfit. The hats, the shoes and the shape of the clothes, all send you on a playful journey that’s meant to be a secret, camouflaged by a rather serious attitude, especially given the lack of details that’s dominating the beginning of the show. Even after that, there’s an abstinence that’s happening, compensated only by feathers placed in the least expected places and big flowers playing out as pampered hems. Sleeves and high boots receive the same treatment, a manner that creates quite an image. Sparkling fabrics suddenly change the mood set at the beginning and with that the collection triumphs into the elegant and highly sophisticated Chanel garment.

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The front row meant names like Kristen Stewart, Julian Moore, Kaya Scodelario (finally!), Nana Komatsu, Tilda Swinton and many other. After the show, Karl Lagerfeld received the Medaille Vermeille de la Ville de Paris by the city mayor, Anne Hidalgo.

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Glaibera Selects 8 Looks From Cannes Film Festival 2017 as Best Dressed

The 70th annual Cannes Film Festival is currently taking place and started on Wednesday the 17th, in Cannes. Since then I’m patiently scrolling each day trough all the looks from the festival, which are fabulous. I’ve enjoyed so far the presence of cinema and television actors from all around the world, a sight we don’t get to see that often at movie events of such complexity.

On the red carpet celebrities of all sorts showed off in the latest designer collection. I picked my favorites most elegant and tasteful looks. One thing to add before getting into detailing: I would have loved to see better styling on actors and actresses outside of the already established big cinema names.

Jeanne Balibar

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Jeanne Balibar looked majestic and frightfully stylish in a Jacquemus SS 2017 oversized beige suit. Although the clothes have the look of the avant-garde, the statuesque actress pulled it off like a pro and delivered one of the best looks that walked the red carpet for this edition of Cannes Film Festival.

Amber Valetta

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Model Amber Valetta showed off to the screening of movie “Wonderstruck” wearing Mulberry AW 2017 custom made. The rusty colored dress matched her shoes and worked wonders with the tan and hair color.

Nicole Kidman

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This dress is stunning. The off-shoulder strap illusion, the classic shape, the tulle and the embroideries. Just Wow!

What: Dior Couture Spring 2017

Jasmine Sanders

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Model Jasmine Sanders walked the red carpet on May 22 to attend the screening of the movie “The Killing Of A Sacred Deer”. She looked well styled and carried a little vintage air with her blue column dress. The sight of the sweetheart corset under the sheer blouse of the dress makes the appearance even more appealing.

What: Ulyana Sergeenko

Diane Kruger

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I don’t remember ever getting disappointed with what Diane Kruger is wearing at any given moment, and especially when she’s all glammed up. On May 23rd she wore custom-made Dior SS 2017. Fragile straps leave the back of the dress naked while the tiered skirt flows softly to the ground. A few days later, the actress changed the vibe by wearing Alexander McQueen Fall 2017 for the amfAR Gala in Cannes. She completed her look with dark smokey eyes and a chic updo.

Bella Hadid

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Ralph & Russo seemed to work well for Bella Hadid at the Cannes Film Festival. The model dazzled at the scene for the amfAR Gala on 25 May in a sheer Haute Couture draped gown.

Lotie Moss

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Model Lottie Moss wore Ermanno Scervino Fall 2017 strapless cocktail dress to the Fashion for Relief fashion show event in Cannes.

The Video Editing We Have To Gush About

And so it starts……

Listening to some of Son Lux‘s tracks, I bumped into this wonderful music video. Track by itself is mellow and mighty alternative, but I will not get into that here. Reason? Its video editing is way cooler than anything I’ve seen in a while. And perhaps some think how video editing should be all about elaborate effects to achieve something beautiful. I, on the other hand, believe that it should be an explosion of lights, shapes and pure expression.

One thing I really like about this video, is the actual simplicity happening. I mean, what do we have here? -A bunch of pins pinned into different shapes, happening on top of a sort of greyish background. However, the second you click play on this music video, those black pins mesmerise your eyes and senses. You’re hooked. There’s a consistence of rhythm in the movement happening during the track. It is fluid and it keeps on happening. Shapes transform continuously and it is like a dance. And a very good one, if you ask me.

Conclusion: Between all those flashy forms of expression happening today, unique and innocent creativity happens in the least expected places. Or not. However, when you find it, it feels like falling in love. You become one with someone’s creativity and your heart starts beating fast. Many thanks to those accomplished minds, editing this beautiful music video.

Clothes and Gadgets

Ever wondered how future might be like in 20 years from now on? Well, many did more than imagining, making things happen in that direction and clothes were not forgotten. The importance of gadgets became essential for our good progress throughout the day, so why not mix clothes and technology together? Dutch designer Borre Akkersdijk invented some high-tech clothes which not only provide you with your own portable wi-fi, but add things like GPS or a music player. Now, don’t think silk, but rather a more sporty and quite progressive fashion style. Which is awesome. Yay!