{inspiration: pretty upswept hair}

{katya de grunwald}

{inspiration: festive glamour}

{magazine: Fashion Febuary 2007; writer : Johanna Lenander; photographer : David Ferrua; stylist : Tammy Eckenswiller; model: Daria Werbowy}

{cabin fever}

{cabin fever, vice 2008 via i know what you wore last season}

{ruffles & bows}




{editorial: "El Toque Tuxedo"; magazine: Vogue Espana December 2008; model: Diana Moldovan; photographer: James Macari}

{editorial: bella de nuit}



{editorial: Bella De Nuit; magazine: Marie Claire Australia March 2001; model: natalia vodianova; photography: Friedemann Hauss}

{more natalia:}
festive tyle + the winner is . . .
a few things
purple reign
happy weekend

{editorial: noctambule}









EDITORIAL: Noctambule
MAGAZINE: Vogue Paris May 2007
MODEL: Daria Werbowy
PHOTOGRAPHER: Terry Richardson
CREDIT: berlinrocks at TFS

{inspiration: velvet party dress}

{image - the sartorialist for style.com}

{photographer: camilla akrans}


{p.s.} more camilla:
* la plage
* sheer vibrancy

{images: camilla akrans for harpers bazaar, model: angela lindvall; cropping, photo editing & polaroid treatment by this is glamorous}

{spring carnvial racing}





{spring racing carnival via .v, photographer: chris colls}

{guest post: braving the cold}

{written by kjg for this is glamorous:}

Several winters ago, I decided that one way to beat the onset of Seasonal Affectiveness Disorder was to purchase the most beautiful winter coat I could find. Unfortunately, I never found it, so my search continued the following year.

I must have tried on over 70 winter coats over those two years, but the search ended abruptly once I discovered Mackage, the fashion outerwear label by childhood friends Eran Elfassy and Elisa Dohan from Montreal. I chose the quintessential Mackage coat: double-breasted, military-inspired black wool with leather belt and detailing. It fit perfectly and had the kind of attention to detail that makes Mackage stand out from the sea of wool coats.

Mackage makes couture-inspired, body-conscious outerwear with precise tailoring and an artistic, youthful edge. Elfassy and Dohan were only 20 years old when they launched their first collection of chic outerwear to a receptive, international audience. Their success has led to showrooms opening in Toronto, New York and Paris. Season after season, Mackage reinvents itself, experimenting with an array of collars, sleeves, accessories and fabrics. Though wool coats make up the majority of their collection, they have expanded their collection to include leather and nylon and, more recently, a knitwear division featuring oversized cardigans, turtlenecks and tube dresses.

{To see their complete fall/winter 2008 collection, visit www.mackage.com.}

{guest post written by kathryn g.}

{inspiration: black lace + pink ruffles}

{see also:}
* laced with style
* glamorously girly

{model: penelope cruz; photography: gilles marie zimmermann}

{pretty, pretty dresses}

{photography by stefania paparelli via flickr}

{inspiration: raindrops and lacy headbands}

{made in Japan Photographed by Nick Haymes (Teen Vogue) via flickr}

{inspiration: audrey}

{many new posts, randomly dispersed:}
> la plage
> upswept hair
> sheer vibrancy
> ultra-cool layering

{inspiration: upswept hair}

{images: david shields; lanvin via the fashion spot}

{escape: la plage}

{photography by camilla akrans, cropping, photo editing & polaroid treatment by this is glamorous}

{inspiration: ultra-cool layering}

{see also:}
the history of tartan & plaid
highland games


{photography by oscar falk}

{label watch: les chiffoniers}

Designer Leena Similu was trained at St. Martins and worked as Head Designer for Stella McCartney and Senior Designer at Jill Sander. She began her own label, les chiffoniers, in 2007, and the rest is PVC and sequined history.

{via refinery 29; model: daisy lowe; photographer: Derrick Santini}

{see also:}
> a little glitz
> a new week + sequins

{inspiration: high ponytail}

{originally published on the design*sponge guest blog on Tuesday, November 18, 2008}

{photographer: paolo roversi}


{more amazing shots:}
paolo roversi
almost like floating

{images: magazine: Vogue IT, October 1998; model: Audrey Marnay, photographer: Paolo Roversi via foto decadent}
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