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Posted on May 22 2014 - 3:23pm by GJ Staff
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Sweatshirts are almost an invaluable part of a wardrobe. Their versatility is astounding, and they are surely one of the most comfortable articles of clothing you can have on hand. If you are under the impression that a sweatshirt is just a sweatshirt, you should take a moment to check out the features that differentiate them. Whenever you are shopping for a sweatshirt, it’s important that you...

The People magazine has just crowned this exceptionally talented and inspiring young lady the highest honour- the most beautiful woman of 2014. This Oscar awards winner for the best supporting actress for her role in ‘Twelve years a slave’ has just opened a new chapter in the way beauty is defined. The western standards of beauty has clearly indicated that light skin, sized breasts and being...

Once again, the choice of Kate Moss for Liu Jo Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign is no surprise. Although now 40, Kate is as gorgeous as ever and for Italian label Liu Jo she displays her particular brand of relaxed elegance to the full. Posing for photographer Sølve Sundsbø she is shown in a laid-back range of denim, vintage prints, knitted dresses and mini skirts. Kate appears lounging on a beige sofa...

The Christian Louboutin Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign, ‘Painted Spring,’ references artistic flower paintings. As with the Rubenesque campaign of last Fall, photographer Peter Lippman has woven his special magic around the world’s most coveted shoes. This time painters from different eras are featured. A pastiche of Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ shows a pair of yellow sling-backs...

The choice of Kate Moss for Alexander McQueen Spring 2014 Campaign has resulted in a spooky mix of Bondage meets Cleopatra. The forty-year-old still manages to look both sexy and spooky: especially in the campaign movie. This has Kate in a pitch-dark street looking at TV screens in a shop window. A shady photographer stalker throws a mannequin doll resembling Kate into a dustbin as she enters a house....

The extraordinary Jean Paul Gaultier Couture Spring 2014 collection is based around his saying that ‘Life is a butterfly!’ A riot of fanciful colors and shapes recalls the Parisienne chic of the Folies Bergère. The papillons noirs (black butterflies) are striking designs: vast batwing sleeves, slimline skirts and pants, black over-the-elbow gloves, fishnet tights and various butterfly masks...

The legendary Marc Jacobs has turned up trumps with his final collection for LV. The Louis Vuitton Spring 2014 Ad/Campaign is dedicated to the female ‘Muses,’ models and actresses, who have inspired the designer during his sixteen years with the company. In tune with his October show in Paris, the mood remains muted, even somewhat melancholic, reflecting the mysterious charms of the women...

The highlights of a man’s business suit and overall professional attire include the stylish yet elegant accessories that he decides to wear along with it. After an unfamiliar bystander sees a man walking by them in a stylish suit, the first thing that they might notice is the actual suit itself. However, their eyes and train of thought will quickly move towards the accessories that he decided to...

Once again Riccardo Tisci is pushing the envelope by choosing singer-songwriter Erykah Badu for the Givenchy Spring 2014 campaign. No stranger to controversy, Tisci has already featured unconventional women, including albino and transsexual models. His choice of the black neo-soul singer provides one of the ‘Africa’ faces for an ‘Africa-meets-Japan’ theme. Tisci admires her...

What better time to launch some new high-fashion sportswear than just after Christmas, when we’re all heading to the gym to shed a few pounds. That’s the canny move that Swedish fashion house H&M are making, ahead of the February 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia. H&M launches Sport Activewear line in January. The company is already in the spotlight after Czech tennis star, Tomas Berdych,...