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London Fashion Week
Photographed by Phil Oh
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London Fashion Week

Photographed by Phil Oh

For more street style photos, go to Vogue.com.



Welcome back to Romantic era!

Welcome back to Romantic era!

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cestlamoda:

"A cute outfit from the Born-A-Petite photoshoot. One of my favourite photos ^^"
Thankyou lol

cestlamoda:

"A cute outfit from the Born-A-Petite photoshoot. One of my favourite photos ^^"

Thankyou lol


Inspired by Egypt. 

Inspired by Egypt. 

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Lanvin allowed the model to pose freely. NICE!

Lanvin allowed the model to pose freely. NICE!

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THIS IS COOL

THIS IS COOL

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Marni for H&M launch
On 8 March 2012, everyone was waiting for the doors of H&M store to open and grab some Marni’s for H&M collection. The Marni collection sold out by lunchtime-apart from a few customer returns over the coming days and weeks. Some of the shoppers may buy it from H&M and sold it at eBay with high prices and some of them may show it off to their friends. Good news, no one fainted in the store.
When the doors are open, frenzy shoppers barge in and grab this Marni limited edition collection.
What a good marketing strategy, H&M. With these collaboration with the professionals, you made a good profit for yourself and the designer. Well done!

Marni for H&M launch

On 8 March 2012, everyone was waiting for the doors of H&M store to open and grab some Marni’s for H&M collection. The Marni collection sold out by lunchtime-apart from a few customer returns over the coming days and weeks. Some of the shoppers may buy it from H&M and sold it at eBay with high prices and some of them may show it off to their friends. Good news, no one fainted in the store.

When the doors are open, frenzy shoppers barge in and grab this Marni limited edition collection.

What a good marketing strategy, H&M. With these collaboration with the professionals, you made a good profit for yourself and the designer. Well done!



Another Limited Edition Collection for Target
Jason Wu is next up to create a high street range for US store TARGET, a stand alone, limited edition collection. 
"The exciting thing about this limited edition collection of affordable women’s wear and accessories is that it allows me to reach a wider audience and bring my designs to people who may not have been able to purchase them before," said Wu. "My collection for Target is chic and wearable. I think women everywhere will enjoy it."
A favourite with Michelle Obama (who was seen shopping in Target herself last week), Wu says he won’t compromise on quality - despite the lower price tags.
"This partnership offers an exciting opportunity for me to interpret my aesthetic into a collection made for a broader market," he told WWD. “It was very interesting for me to translate my signature touches into a more affordable collection without compromising quality, design and sophistication. My collection for Target features clothes and accessories that are easily convertible from day to evening - sophisticated, feminine dresses, mix-and-match separates and playful accessories all with a bit of charm and dressed-up attitude.”
Bargain hunters were ready for their own kind of kickoff bright and  early this Super Bowl Sunday, as they lined up outside of Target stores excitedly waiting to buy for designer Jason Wu’s new collection for  Target.
Target doors opened at 8 a.m., and less than  five minutes later everything Wu had been snatched up except a few tops  in sizes large and extra large.
 Wow, Jason Wu, your first high street collection for Target has been snatch up within five minutes. Unbelievable!

Another Limited Edition Collection for Target

Jason Wu is next up to create a high street range for US store TARGET, a stand alone, limited edition collection. 

"The exciting thing about this limited edition collection of affordable women’s wear and accessories is that it allows me to reach a wider audience and bring my designs to people who may not have been able to purchase them before," said Wu. "My collection for Target is chic and wearable. I think women everywhere will enjoy it."

A favourite with Michelle Obama (who was seen shopping in Target herself last week), Wu says he won’t compromise on quality - despite the lower price tags.

"This partnership offers an exciting opportunity for me to interpret my aesthetic into a collection made for a broader market," he told WWD. “It was very interesting for me to translate my signature touches into a more affordable collection without compromising quality, design and sophistication. My collection for Target features clothes and accessories that are easily convertible from day to evening - sophisticated, feminine dresses, mix-and-match separates and playful accessories all with a bit of charm and dressed-up attitude.”

Bargain hunters were ready for their own kind of kickoff bright and early this Super Bowl Sunday, as they lined up outside of Target stores excitedly waiting to buy for designer Jason Wu’s new collection for Target.

Target doors opened at 8 a.m., and less than five minutes later everything Wu had been snatched up except a few tops in sizes large and extra large.

 Wow, Jason Wu, your first high street collection for Target has been snatch up within five minutes. Unbelievable!


Macy’s Collaboration with Alberta Ferretti
Are you tired with designers collaborations…yet? The onslaught continues with Alberta Ferretti for Macy’s, as the Italian designer creates a collection for the department store’s Impulse brand. Take a look at the designer’s drawing for the soon-to-be limited edition collection.
The announcement of Ferretti’s Macy’s collaboration, published in Women’s Wear Daily today, comes on the heels of Doo.Ri’s Macy’s collection, which was launched to the press last week.
While Macy’s is whipping up these capsule collections at top speed in which Ferretti’s is the sixth in just about one year, they have failed to collect the deafening buzz of similar collections at Target and H&M.
Target caused the biggest hysteria with Missoni,by sending shoppers to eBay to buy the striped goods at a giant discounts. Versace fo H&M sent the shoppers to the hospital after a shopping frenzy. This is crazy, people sacrifice themselves just to get these limited edition pieces from H&M!
Alberta Ferretti will have a smaller impact than all of those, given that the Impulse line will be carried in fewer Macy’s stores (185 instead of the typical 220 of past collaborations). But Macy’s is determined to keep up the designer collaborations, planning on a pace of five a year.
Alberta Ferretti for Impulse, inspired by the Amalfi Coast, has a price range of $49 - $119. The collection will hit stores April 17, just in time for spring shopping.
Be ready for another shopping craze, shopaholic! Take care, don’t get yourselves into the hospital!

Macy’s Collaboration with Alberta Ferretti

Are you tired with designers collaborations…yet? The onslaught continues with Alberta Ferretti for Macy’s, as the Italian designer creates a collection for the department store’s Impulse brand. Take a look at the designer’s drawing for the soon-to-be limited edition collection.

The announcement of Ferretti’s Macy’s collaboration, published in Women’s Wear Daily today, comes on the heels of Doo.Ri’s Macy’s collection, which was launched to the press last week.

While Macy’s is whipping up these capsule collections at top speed in which Ferretti’s is the sixth in just about one year, they have failed to collect the deafening buzz of similar collections at Target and H&M.

Target caused the biggest hysteria with Missoni,by sending shoppers to eBay to buy the striped goods at a giant discounts. Versace fo H&M sent the shoppers to the hospital after a shopping frenzy. This is crazy, people sacrifice themselves just to get these limited edition pieces from H&M!

Alberta Ferretti will have a smaller impact than all of those, given that the Impulse line will be carried in fewer Macy’s stores (185 instead of the typical 220 of past collaborations). But Macy’s is determined to keep up the designer collaborations, planning on a pace of five a year.

Alberta Ferretti for Impulse, inspired by the Amalfi Coast, has a price range of $49 - $119. The collection will hit stores April 17, just in time for spring shopping.

Be ready for another shopping craze, shopaholic! Take care, don’t get yourselves into the hospital!