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9 Sep

SEPTEMBER, MEN STYLE!!

Welcome to the September Issue. "THE BLACK ISSUE". We hope you're loving the first few posts.We try to be a bit different and think on a grand scale. The blog focuses on Women's style but we bring a man in from time to time to balance things a bit. We realize that even a man loves beautiful things. In the 90's Gianni Versace designed the silk twill printed shirt in our featured image. More...
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18 Sep

RADICAL TRANSPARENCY

TWOMUCHSTYLE COLLABORATES WITH THE TRIB MAGAZINE TO STYLE RADICAL TRANSPARENCY. It all began a month ago with an image of look 47 from the MIU MIU fall collection. The look in question is the transparent trench with ribbon piping. The story came to life because of the current political climate being the Trump administration.Transparency was in abundance but the perfect looks was a bit difficult to secure. We were fortunate enough to acquire Calvin Klein which is , of course, the most highly anticipated and sought after collection. Next was Dior which perfectly balance being sheer but very of the moment. Paco Robanne was different, it wasn't sheer but had open holes in the metal mesh fabric which places it perfectly...
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25 Sep

Versace

Versace Spring Summer 2014 Summer Sizzles in Donatella’s world for Versace. It’s all about the Dolled up, Sexed up, infinitely blonde glamazons. Versace’s world is all about the dress. All is materialized via Bondaged, studded, chain mailed, and all is designed for, it seems the red carpet. ...
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11 Apr

How to dress like an editor

Roksanda illincisspring dress,To wear the looks in the above post takes Guts, Good taste, An eye for major detail and The ability to combine colors like a pro . As a stylist, this is the way I choose to express my genius in color and pattern mixing. My stint at Christian Lacroix in the 1990's taught me this and then some. The ability to mix colors and pattern is a Lacroix trait. I’d like to think that he invented it. In my travels to review the collections, be it the Ready to wear or the Haute Couture collections, it’s always a pleasure to see editors, buyers and stylists dressed exactly like this. It does take nerve of steel and a...
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