Just one week to go untill the most mischievous and weirdest holiday of the year, even less, if you think that most Halloween parties will take place during this coming weekend. We all love Halloween, because it give us the chance to get creative and explore with a light heart our dark side. And, of course, it’s a good excuse to party, dress up sexy, get crazy and have a laugh!
If you are still not sure what to wear this Halloween here are some suggestions, straight from the catwalks. It seems in fact that many designers have picked up from Halloween their ispiration for their 2012 Spring Summer collections, giving us lots of hints on how to create a spooky but still very stylish costume. Have a look and then unleash your imagination….hope you have fun this Halloween!
The Zombie, by Vivienne Westwood
The Zombie, Geisha version, again by Vivienne Westwood
Sexy Little red Riding Hood, by Miu Miu
Drunken Pocahontas, by Dsquared2
Ku Kux Clan, by Gareth Pugh
The Alien, again by Gareth Pugh
The Gothic, by Alexander McQueen
Morticia Addams (but in blond) by Krizia
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It’s almost July and I feel like the whole word but me is going on holiday!
Talking about holiday, Italy has countless beautiful places that are worth a visit. In the south west of Italy, in the region of Campania and not far from Naples, a must-go place is the Amalfi coast, wich is also an UNESCO world heritage site. On the Amalfi coast, linked by a stretch of road considered by many as one of the most scenic in the world, there are several picturesque villages overlooking a crystal blue sea. Amalfi, Sorrento and Positano, are the most famous and exclusive destination of this area. I’ll let this picture of Positano speak:
The beautiful little island of Capri can be easily reached by boat from the Amalfi coast. In these pictures are the well known ‘Faraglioni’ rocks and the ‘Grotta Azzurra’ (or the blue cave) one can admire in Capri.
Capri is a really glamorous destination since decades. And guess what, capri pants ‘ name derives from the island , where this style arose to popularity in the early ’60, thanks to the amazing actress Grace Kelly who in those years was wearing capri style pants precisely in Capri. In Italy we call it mostly ‘pinocchio’ style, instead of ‘capri’. Anyway, capri pants are still now a summer must-have.
Here is a very cool pair of capri trowsers in floral prints by Dolce & Gabbana, from their summer collection. I love them, absolutely!