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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

A Floral Photo Shoot - How to Spend It Magazine

As the season turns colder, florals grow darker in enigmatic abstract prints and intricate embroideries, beautifully showcased in this stunning editorial by How to Spend it Magazine. Summer's most exotic blooms come to life in this captivating spread called ' New Florals', lensed by Damian Foxe in moody tones, featuring models Anushka Stupakoff, Mariah Morrison and Lucy Gascoyne who are styled with smudged blush and pale powdered faces, wrapped up with patterned bandanas. This modern inflorescence displays a fresh way to wear florals.

The trio of models wear graceful silk printed dresses by Temperley London that are painted with pink and purple orchids and elatedly blend in with leopard print.

British model Lucy Gascoyne wears an eye-catching arrow and floral print lace and silk organza slip dress by Christopher Kane.

Anushka Stupakoff wears Erdem's sultry interpretation of Summer florals in a yellow and black embroidered jacket and sheer-leg jumpsuit.

Dries van Noten struck an edgier note on styling florals this season, with cotton blend coats and slinky silk dresses, all outlined in a red and yellow tulip motif.

Oscar de la Renta colours in his ladylike summer frocks with polka dots and pretty blooms.

Shadowed flower shapes are embedded upon linen bandeau tops and pencil skirts in fern green and chocolate brown at Michael Kors.

Dainty minted dresses sketched with leafy greens and pink roses in duchess satin and silk make for a pleasing picture at Antonio Marras.

A tropical bouquet brings vivacity and sparkle to this rainbow-hued Vivienne Westwood Red labelsilk and sequin draped dress.

The femininity of Nina Ricci is maintained in petite lemon and lilac flower prints that gleam across silk cardigans, skirts and pleated dresses.

Swarovski crystals encrust these spectacular cerise and black Mary Katrantzou looks that awe-inspire with innovative design and a whimsical ruffled bodice dress.

First Look: Angelina Jolie's Unique Wedding Dress


You no longer have to wonder what Angelina Jolie wore when she married Brad Pitt.

A week after the couple exchanged vows at their French chateau on Aug. 23, we get our first glimpse of their wedding photos, which will appear in Wednesday's issue of People magazine asHello magazine internationally. Jolie, 39, appears in full bridal regalia and there are also pictures of the bride and groom kissing and a family photo of the happy couple and their six kids.

Let's talk about that dress, which is unlike any celebrity wedding gown we've seen. The satiny scoop neck ivory-colored gown was rather classic looking with a fitted bodice and sweeping skirt. However, Atelier Versace's master tailor Luigi Massi then sewed dozens of her children's colorful drawings into the back of the dress. There are flowers, animals, and people covering the gown as well as Jolie's veil.

"Luigi is like family to me and I couldn't imagine anyone else making this dress," Jolie toldPeople. "He knows and cares for the children and it was great fun putting it together."

Jolie had her hair styled up for her third trip down the aisle. She wore minimal jewelry — earrings and what appears to be one ring on the index finger of her right hand.

As for Brad's wardrobe for his second wedding, he recycled a suit that he already had in his closet. His tie, however, was borrowed from one of his sons because the Fury star forgot to pack his. Oops!

The family photo showed the happy couple and their children — Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, Vivienne and Knox, 6 — seated on a staircase, presumably in the chapel on the grounds of Château Miraval. People reports that those six little Jolie-Pitts were busy because they acted as "wedding planners" for their famous parents. We already knew that Maddox and Pax walked their mom down the aisle, Zahara and Vivienne were flower girls, and Shiloh and Knox were ring bearers. However, the kids also wrote their parents vows. And Pax is apparently a baker — he made the wedding cake!

The boys and Shiloh all wore black suits, but hers was a shorts suit that she accessorized with a top hat. Zahara's dress was designed by family friend Adama Kebe, and Vivienne wore a white dress from her closet.

"It was important to us that the day was relaxed and full of laughter," Pitt and Jolie told People. "It was such a special day to share with our children and a very happy time for our family."A total of 20 guests were there for the intimate affair, including all of Pitt's immediate family. We previously reported that Jolie's father Jon Voight, with whom she has had a rocky relationship, did not attend and learned about it after the fact.

The couple, who were together for nine years before marrying, are spending their honeymoon… working. Pitt was in England promoting Fury on Thursday and he was snapped with his wedding band on. From there, he headed to New York. Meanwhile, Jolie has been in Malta, where she is gearing up to a direct By the Sea from her own screenplay. The film co-stars her new husband, putting them back together on the big screen for the first time since 2005's Mr. & Mrs. Smith


Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv has integrated 3D-printed elements into ruffled garments influenced by distorted digital drawings.

Raviv used the shapes of broken Greek and Roman marble sculptures to inform the asymmetric silhouettes. "The silhouettes were influenced by classical sculptures, which were the point of departure for creating the collection," she said.

Noa Raviv is a fourth year student at Shenkar College of Design in Ramat Gan, Israel. Raviv received the Fini Leitersdorf Excellence Award in recognition of the beauty, creativity, and skill demonstrated in her graduate collection. She is currently a finalist in the running for Fashion Designer of the Year through the 3D Printshow Global Awards

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