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17 Oct

PRINTS & PATTERNS YOUR BEST OPTIONS FOR FALL

 

PRINTS AND PATTERNS
OUR CHOICE FOR FALL

Welcome to fall 2016. The season of iconic prints and patterns lead by the house of Gucci with it’s vintage inspired collection. In this portfolio we bring you the classics , the whimsical and the artistic. We bring you the new take on prints form the house of Gucci  and Stella McCartney to the avante garde label Undercover . Therefore, this fall , wrap yourself in florals,  embroideries, houndstooth and this best animal prints of the season.
This portfolio photographed by Akin Girav
Fashion Editor – Patric Chauvez
Beauty Editor- Darcy McGrath
Hair- Bryin Smoot Factor Artists
Manicurist – Ashley Gregory at Factor Artists
Fashion Assistant- Luis Cruz at Ford
Fashion Editor – Patric Chauvez
Models: Beatrice and Hannah at Factorchosen
Abby at Ford models

THANK YOU TO BLAKE, CHICAGO AND SAKS FIFTH AVENUE.

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SIES MARJAN Astrakhan coat, embroidered blouse and wool trouser, WORN WITH MIU MIU suede pump at SAKS FIFTH AVENUE. GUCCI embroidered wool sweater, floral skirt and bag with chain detail. All at BLAKE, CHICAGO.

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VICTORIA BECKHAM wool pullover, Houndstooth full skirt , leather bag and balenciaga patent stiletto. SAINT LAURENT silk star print dress with gold python boot with DRIES VAN NOTEN  mesh glove with pearl detail. all at BLAKE CHICAGO.

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UNDERCOVER wool pullover with photographic print detail at BLAKE.

 

 

GET THE LOOK

The latest collaboration between the iconic mega beauty brand Estee Lauder and fashion designer Victoria Beckham defines the next ultimate makeup capsule. This long-awaited dream come true for Beckham allows her to bridge her favorite signature looks between London, Paris, New York & Los Angeles. Fans will want to check out her must have Morning Aura Illuminating Creme to be worn alone or under a foundation of choice. It has a hydrating, brightening and tightening effect that sets the stage for the smudgy, “imperfect” smokey eye in record time. Worn wet or dry, her six powder pearlised pigments palette will transform your lids. Use her double-ended Eye Kajal to line your inner lids: Vanille for day or Black Saffron for night. Lips pop with Chilean Sunset a orange-red matte finish for a proper pout.. Blend her Bronzer-Java Sun all over with a touch of her Highlighter-Modern Mercury along the upper part of your cheeks and where you want a little light…

Make-Up DarcyMcGrath.com using Victoria Beckham Estee Lauder
Nordstrom.com

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                                                                        Bronzer – Java Sun                          Eye Palette                Highlighter – Modern Mercury

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Lipstick-Chilean sunset

Eye Kajal- Black saffron/Vanille

Morning Aura Illuminating Creme

Master Stylist Bryin Smoot for Factor Artists Chicago starts off applying SEXY HAIR’s Smooth & Seal Anti-Frizz & Shine Spray before blow-drying throughout the ends as a protective prep step. Next he flat irons the entire head in small sections, lightly adding SEXY HAIR’s Soya Want Flat Hair Hot Iron Spray. Finally with SEXY HAIR’s Shaping Creme he polishes the hair to perfection, smoothing any unwanted flyaways for that flawless runway finish.

Hair Bryin Smoot for Factor Artists using Sexy Hair Products
SexyHair.com

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Uber Manicurist Ashley Gregory for Factor Artists Chicago chooses CND VINYLUX Weekly Polish in 3 deep defining shades for Fall. Fedora, Indigo Frock & Plum Paisley.
One word-Beautiful…

NAILS Ashley Gregory for Factor Artists and CND Vinylux
LoxaBeauty.com

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Patric Chauvez

<p>Patric Chauvez is one of the top stylist in the city of Chicago and is the pen of this blog. He is a style contributor to the Chicago Tribune Sunday magazine his work has been featured in Elle Mexico , Vogue Portugal and French Vogue. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest , Tumbler and Twitter.</p>

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