Welcome to the first part of our new 'Fashion Giants' series that will feature articles about people who have somehow contributed to the development of the fashion industry. The first article was dedicated to a man who gained a position in the fashion world and his name should not be unfamiliar to you: Alessandro Michele.
Vítejte u prvního dílu z naší nové série 'Módní velikáni', do které budeme přispívat články o lidech, kteří se nějakým způsobem podíleli na vývoji či rozvoji módního průmyslu. První článek jsme věnovali muži, který si ve světě módy vydobyl své postavení a jeho jméno by pro vás nemělo být cizí: seznamte se, Alessandro Michele.    

Alessandro Michele is an italian fashion designer, which became a creative director of house Gucci on January, 2015. "It started when Marco Bizzarri and Francois-Henri Pinault asked me if I was able to prepare a show during the week. I said yes. Within five days, together with the team, I prepared my first independent men…


You can't even imagine how much I love the 1940s and 1950s, and how much they inspire me in everything I do. Whenever I see photos or hear music from that time, it gives me an indescribable joy, but at the same time sadness, because I will never again experience it. Sure, every time has this good and dark sides, but these years are very close to me with this spirit, clothes and songs, which I'm happy that I listen them for these days.
Ani si nedovedete představit, jak moc miluji 40. a 50. léta a jak moc mne inspirují ve všem, co dělám. Vždy když vidím fotografie, nebo slyším hudbu z té doby, vzbuzuje to ve mne nepopsatelnou radost, ale zároveň smutek, že tu dobu již nikdy nezažiji. Jistě, každá doba má své pro a proti, ovšem tyto léta jsou mi velmi blízké právě svým duchem, oblečením a písněmi, které s radostí poslouchám i dnes. 

Simple, elegant and feminine, the outfits of the 40's and 50's could be described. Wide spotted and folded skirts, simple brooches, dresses, ha…


Strong an pure Lena Headey was interviewed in The Edit magazine, where she talked about her life and role as Cercei Lannister in popular serial Game of Thrones.

If you are a Game of Thrones fan, this date - July 16, 2017 is something special for you. The seventh GoT season returns to television screens, and many of the questions that people has, when they saw the previous series, will be answered. The dramatic Season 6 finale, 'The Winds of Winter,' was in the golden fist of none other than powerful Cersei Lannister, who’s responsible for killing off some of the leading characters of the show—and who’s forcefully taken over the Iron Throne. We'll all be eager to see how the story goes.
However, besides the interview, she shot a beautiful photoshoot with Stefano Galuzzi which is literally breathtaking. 

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Trends come and go. They are constantly changing. The same applies are for eyebrows. In early 00's was 'absolutely top' had a thin eyebrow, but in time around 2010, when Cara Delevingne came in, everyone wanted to have a dense, full and bold eyebrow remarkably reminiscent of 'natural look'. 
Frida Kahlo and her legendary unibrows in early 40's. 
This Frida Kahlo's legendary unibrow specified the natural beauty and many girls and boys was also inspired by her. Many brands are inspired by this Frida's look and their models are very similiar with her. For example, Levi's first signaled the reinvestment in the unibrow with a recent campaign advertisement in 2017. Model Adrien Sahores sported a noticeable patch of hair between his brows in the ad. Not yet unibrow so often seen on the streets, but in the fashion industry it can soon become a big hit. Maybe we'll see him often in a few years.
Scarlett Costello and her unibrows (credit)
This unique look hel…

DOLCE & GABBANA: lovely Alta Moda Show in Palermo

This weekend was very special, because Dolce & Gabbana introduced their new collection and it was literally breathtaking. The whole spectacular show was held in Palermo (Sicily) as a tribute. I think the words are not enough to express the real feelings from this show, you just have to see it! 
Backstage at Alta Moda Fashion Show in Palermo (credit)
The whole show was held in the magnificent premises/places of Piazza Pretoria (also known as square of Shame) in Palermo. The interior was beautiful, but what was more than this? That wonderful collection from Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce, which has been telling the story in the most beautiful way. 
The collection was interesting and bold, featuring plenty of intricate headpieces and strikingly printed ballgowns. There was also a wide range of colors and collection had fantastic playful look. Every single model looked Bohemian and royal, and when the collection was presented in a place like Piazza Pretoria, the overall result was mo…