Roberto Cavalli's Winter line may appear dark, but it ignites when set before an electrifying backdrop.
With December days swiftly giving way to festive nights which will swiftly give way to crowds of friends and revelers sipping sparkles together and anticipating the descent of one spectacular orb into another crowd of friends and revelers, the time has come for many to reflect on the year’s happenings.
As always, McQueen is both wicked and nightmarishly beautiful, giving us an evocative ice princess this winter.
‘Tis the season for nostalgia, a feeling as en vogue as frothy eggnog this time of year, and a beloved practice of your Amelie G fashion-amoureuse.
Making bleak the peak of chic, Dolce & Gabbana is all scuro for their Winter campaign.
Throughout the next two weeks, Amelie G Fashion will guide you through 2011 as a Year In Reverse. Instead of singling out the year’s most inspired, daring, and haute shades, shapes, and silhouettes, however, Amelie G has compiled a visual tour of 2011 trends through the sartorial lenses of famed fashion-houses via their sometimes shocking, often sexy, and always stylish print campaigns.
No room for sombre cold, Prada brightens Winter blues...with yellows, oranges, and pinks.
We here at Amelie G invite you to take the trip with us, and indulge in a little nostalgia yourself by sharing what you couldn’t live without in 2011.
The history of the necktie is as rich and colorful as the patterns that adorn them. Designers, actors and royalty in the 1920s and 1930s left a distinctive stamp on the tie that gives the modern man the opportunity