Ann Demeulemeester is an influential fashion designer whose label (‘Ann Demeulemeester’) gothic fashion clothing is usually displayed during Paris Fashion Week.She is married to photographer Patrick Robyn and has a son. The couple live in Belgium’s only Le Corbusier house situated in Antwerp.


She studied fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp from 1978 to 1981. As a result, she is often referred to as a member of the “Antwerp Six”, the radical – but all distinctive – Belgian designers of the 1980s (others in this group include Dries van Noten).





Ann Demeulemeester has worked with the artist Jim Dine, and has also been associated with Patti Smith. Currently, she is working on a clothing line inspired by Jackson Pollock.

Ann Demeulemeester






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di+ produces high-standard garments that posses and elegant, smart design with emphasis on comfort. Clean lines and colours are combined with an off-beat choise of materials and fabrics, design and production technologies, to create everyday and, at the same time, unique clothing.
Dessislava Ivanova, 07.02.1974, Bulgaria.
She undertakes her first steps in fashion in 1997. She does not belong to a particular school, but the irresistible desire to express herself and a bit of luck lead to the start of her own fashion line di+, which is now available to clients (fashion-lovers) in Bulgaria.
In her collections, she combines in an unusual way the chic and the classic look in streetwear.

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Dark Inside

March 15, 2009









Photo: Delcho Dimov

Styling: Vasil Bozhilov

Model: Maria

Hair&Make Up:Slav




yves saint laurent new store

Dazed reports in on the latest pop-up store from YSL. “Forward thinking and innovative, YSL is a fashion house a step above the rest. As the first couture label to introduce a luxury prêt-à-porter range to its repertoire, YSL is now raising the bar with Stefano Pilati’s “Edition Unisex”.  From the iconic “Le Smoking Suit” in the 1960s, YSL has always pushed the boundaries of traditional gender paradigms in fashion and. Challenging contemporary notions of sex and sexuality, YSL’s latest venture is a continuation of a dialogue the house has cultivated since it’s inception.”

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Rupert Sanderson

January 31, 2009

In a moment of madness or divine intervention Rupert Sanderson resigned from a promising career in advertising to learn how to make shoes at the Cordwainers College in East London.


During the summer break of the two year course he rode a motorbike to Italy to visit as many shoe factories, tanneries and last makers as he could.

In a very short time he was working in Italy firstly for Sergio Rossi and then Bruno Magli.  Rupert is very proud to have been able to work with the founders and their families of both these companies before they were bought by larger luxury goods companies – it has stood him in good stead with the closely knit Italian shoe making community.

His design philosophy is simply ‘less is more’.  Avoiding augmentation and over dressing the foot he concentrates on perfecting line, volume and material to flatter and lengthen the leg, and make women feel sexier.  His inspiration comes from the materials themselves; from the sensual curve and silhouettes of the lasts and heels, to the quality and finish of the best leather and fabrics.


In 2008 Rupert Sanderson founded Fashion Fringe Shoes with Colin McDowell, with the aim of discovering and nurturing a new range of design talent.

Rupert Sanderson won the award of Accessory Designer of the Year at the 2008 British Fashion Awards.

To compliment his obsessive passion with the Italian craft of shoe making, every pair of Rupert Sanderson shoes is named after a Daffodil.  How very English…



(My favorite pair of boots. If you want to see more or buy Rupert Sanderson shoe go to www.

If you want some interesting, chic, luxorious and casual you must have 250 pounds for a new luxorious boots by Hunter Wellington and Jimmy Choo. They are with classic design ot Hunter Wellington Boots but interistingis the imitation of reptail skin inspired by classic chic style of luxury brand Jimmy Choo.


You can buy it on Jimmy Choo’s store and web site for $395 in June.

Men with Birkin

January 8, 2009





This is my favorite look from the fall show. Greath textile and amazing  print.



Burberry Spring/Summer 2009

December 28, 2008