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15 Apr

“THE CLUTCH” IT STARTS HERE.

GET CLUTCHED UP THIS SPRING Spring is here and it's time to shed the winter weight of wool and cashmere and the larger carry all bag. May we suggest the clutch, a smaller bag that is held in your hands preferably with swag. Our suggested clutches are: REBECCA MINKOFF LIME “LEO” ENVELOPE CLUTCH PRADA SAFFIANO PRINT BUTTERFLY CLUTCH STELLA MCCARTNEY POLKA DOT BOX CLUTCH JEFFERY LEVINSON ELINA BLUE PORCELAIN DRAGON BAG LOEWE ELEPHANT CLUTCH CLAIRE V CORE SUPREME FOLDOVER CLUTCH VICTORIA BECKHAM dress with white knit detail , CELINE leather  "Pillow"clutch , AND DRIES VAN NOTEN jeweled ring all at BLAKE. ...
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1 Apr

SUMMERS BEST PRINTS. Starring Anna Rachford & Kiana Alexis

SUMMERS BEST PRINTS Spring summer is a season of prints and this season is no different. TWOmuchSTYLE teamed up with NEIMAN MARCUS, SAKS FIFTH AVENUE and BLAKE  to select the best-printed looks of the spring season. Be it Floral or graphics, we’ve done the legwork for you and we ‘ve brought you our choices of the best from the best labels from the best stores in the city. Leading the way is VETEMENTS , whose designer, Demna Gvasalia is the  newly appointed director of the House of Balenciaga. DRIES VAN NOTEN,  the colorful Belgian  label that is sold exclusively at BLAKE .  DOLCE AND GABBANA, whose collection was all about embellishments and maximum prints . MARY KATRANTZOU, the English designer who...
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17 Mar

At Louis Vuitton, The Future is Now

Upon explaining the inspiration behind Louis Vuitton’s FW16-17 collection, Nicolas Ghesquiere exclaimed he had an idea of a woman living in a digital era; someone mixing classic, athletic clothes with “fashion” pieces in order to accurately reflect what the women of today are wearing. Whatever the case, Ghesquiere’s show was certainly a breath of fresh air amongst what seemed to be a season full of endless references and more-than-evident imitation. While so many attempted to chase trends such as elongated sleeves, oversized hoodies, and historical grunginess, Ghesquiere looked elsewhere. This season’s Vuitton girl came strutting down the runway in long, multicolored maxi length dresses with athletic stripes and leather gloves. Pants with ankle side zips were shown with everything from...
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15 Mar

INTRODUCTION TO SPRING

TMS INTRODUCES SPRING After a cold dreary winter of black and muted tones and layered cashmere, we welcome spring with a blast of color. Flower print, and white have always been a staple for spring. What else is there but gorgeous botanicals, saturated color and glaring white. In this portfolio, photographed by Emil Sinanagic, we bring you a glance at what spring has to offer with edits from Erdem, Christopher Kane, Valentino, Sandro and Barrie. We introduce the first accessory line from MAISON Margiela under John Galliano stewardship. Get inspired and get ready for sunshine and warmth TMS INTRODUCES SPRING was photographed  by Emil Sinanagic at the Godfrey Hotel Model- Chloe M at Ford Models Retoucher- Angela Carlson Hair and makeup-  Chrisondra Boyd Stylist Assistant- Tangala Jaena Fashion...
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14 Mar

Fashion the Saint Laurent Way

Not long ago, Hedi Slimane presented the first half of his women's FW16-17 collection in Los Angeles at none other than the Palladium itself. This comes as no surprise when considering while Slimane is not directing one of the most influential Parisian houses in the world, he’s often photographing young, indie musicians in the City of Angels. What location could be more fitting than a renowned music venue for a man whose collections incessantly draw upon the energy of young rock and roll? Just this past week, Slimane showed the second half of his offerings in Paris. While the latter definitely still incorporated those same rock elements, little else could be said in regards to familiarity between the two shows. While...
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10 Mar

A Lesson in Geometry From Junya Watanabe

Amid the placeholder collections offered by mega lines such as Dior and Lanvin as well as rumors of numerous potential departures from others (Phoebe Philo at Celine, Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent), Japanese designers further dug their heels in the ground this week in Paris. Junya Watanabe, the original protege of Comme des Garçons genius designer Rei Kawakubo, showed his phenomenally creative collection on the fifth day of PFW. Defining the aesthetic of Junya Watanabe is no easy task; however, as explained by Adrian Joffe, president of Comme des Garçons International and partner of Kawakubo, what ties the Comme offshoot lines together is their “desire to create something different.” Something different is precisely what you get from Watanabe’s FW16 collection....
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10 Mar

Demna Gvasalia’s Standout Balenciaga Debut

While so many creative directors are coming to an end with their durations at French houses, Demna Gvasalia’s time is only just beginning. Gvasalia, along with his brother, head the anonymous collective comprising VETEMENTS -- which, by any one’s standards, has been a superb success since first showing in 2014. His work elevating VETEMENTS to a prominent line in such short time has placed him in the coveted position as creative director at Balenciaga, a role in which he replaced Alexander Wang. Gvasalia has said he begins his design process by thinking of classic key pieces and reworking them for the modern woman, as evidenced within his debut at Balenciaga. The show opened with a two-piece grey suit, the jacket...
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29 Feb

THE SIX BEST LOOKS FROM THE ACADEMY AWARDS

It is a proven fact that color is the way to go to secure yourself on the best dress list at the Academy Awards. Black is normal and expected and one doesn't want to be boring and expected. The starlets in the spotlight all wore color of some sort. Charlize Theron took home the prize as the best dress on the red carpet in Dior Couture. Dior took the evening with the most red carpet dresses. The rule of thumb is to keep it simple with a blast of color. Hopefully this is a lesson Learned, Olivia Wilde in Maison Valentino Brie Larson in Gucci Pryanka Chaopra in Zuhair...
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1 Feb

Paris Men’s Fashion Week Part 2

Sebastian Meunier's collections for Ann Demeulemeester never cease to amaze us with their consistency. This season was no different, as the AD boys walked the catwalk in signature style. Cozy, thick wool turtle neck sweaters were worn underneath black vests paired with white floral skinny pants. Silk viscose patched black boots permeated the earlier looks, including the aforementioned. A contrast was observed between flowing, wide cut pants -- some in the same white floral pattern, others of more monochromatic permutations -- and the fitted, ribbed sweaters tucked into them. Long denim coats were seen over fuzzy, extended, horizontally striped mohair button downs and black suede boots with tassels following behind them. Fashion duos of the breed of Kris Van Assche and...
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29 Jan

Paris Men’s Fashion Week Part 1

Raf Simons’ recent departure as artistic director of Christian Dior has sparked much discussion and controversy regarding the pace of modern fashion; is it too fast, does it stifle the creative aspect of creative directors, and are they simply left to direct with little time for conception of ideas? Whatever the answers to these questions may be, Raf is back in full force at his eponymous label. Simons offered complex, multi-layered looks this season, with models wearing every thing from oversized cardigans and v-neck sweaters to puffer jackets in a variety of colors. The oversized tops were paired with slim black trousers and black lace-up combat boots to finalize the classic Raf aesthetic. Kim Jones’ titled his latest mens’ collection at...
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