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The End of the World Has Been Temporarily Postponed - T Magazine’s “Going Places” by stylist David Vandewal and photographer Mark Segal took every post apocalyptic fashion dream I’ve ever had and. Nomad Fashion, Ethnic Fashion, Love Fashion, Fashion Art, Fashion Design, Fashion Themes, Fall Fashion, Mark Segal, Post Apocalyptic Fashion

Fashion Inspiration: Nomad Chic

W hen a trend hits the runways it takes a year or two for the ideas to trickle down into the wardrobes of us ordinary people. A lot of work ...

Love the tones of this stylish outfit Fashion Mode, Look Fashion, Womens Fashion, Fall Fashion, Looks Style, Style Me, Fashion Fotografie, Look Boho, Mein Style

♥♥♥♥♥♥ CULTURE ♥♥♥♥♥♥

Vi har vært på CULTURE innkjøp... Kolleksjonen er helt rå! Vi har vel mere eller mindre kjøpt hele kolleksjonen, og gleder oss helt vilt til å få de nydelige og tøffe klærne i butikken og nettbutikken :) Vi kommer til å legge ut hele kolleksjonen for salg i nettbutikken, og skal jobbe mere med klær på nettet ;) Vi har så utrolig mange flotte klesmerker i butikken, som vi ønsker å vise dere der ute på nettet.. Så følg med utover høsten, vi skal legge ut masse klær, sko og vesker... Vi gleder…

Y-3 Fall 2012 Nomad Fashion, Mercer Street, The Godfather, Yohji Yamamoto, Headgear, Sportswear, The Past, Bomber Jacket, Winter Jackets

Y-3 Fall 2012: Fashion's Nomads

Yohji Yamamoto could be called fashion's cipher. The godfather of Japanese conceptualism who has also collaborated with Adidas on the avant-sportswear line Y-3 for the past decade—and who didn't appear for a bow at the end of his show yesterday—is not someone you corner for a sound bite. So we'll refer to the show notes sent via PR blast later in the evening which mention his admiration for the “poetry and elegance to the way nomads dress,” and desire “to capture that feeling and make it…

Slick leathers, a profusion of peplums, cool geometrics and more of the week's best looks Nomad Fashion, Toronto Fashion Week, Flare, Peplum, Kimono Top, Minimalist, Urban, Tops, Women

Top 10 Trends: Toronto Fashion Week Fall 2012 - Flare

Slick leathers, a profusion of peplums, cool geometrics and more of the week’s best looks

Photos of the runway show or presentation for Fall 2012 RTW Shows in New York. Nomad Fashion, Fashion Show, Mercer Street, Yohji Yamamoto, Sportswear, Winter Jackets, Menswear, Coat, Fall

Y-3 Fall 2012: Fashion's Nomads

Yohji Yamamoto could be called fashion's cipher. The godfather of Japanese conceptualism who has also collaborated with Adidas on the avant-sportswear line Y-3 for the past decade—and who didn't appear for a bow at the end of his show yesterday—is not someone you corner for a sound bite. So we'll refer to the show notes sent via PR blast later in the evening which mention his admiration for the “poetry and elegance to the way nomads dress,” and desire “to capture that feeling and make it…

Side zip or flip flop boots, fitting trousers, button or tie waist cardigans and tee shirts with no serious cuss will all breeze us through the airport security. Flip Flop Boots, Nomad Fashion, Tee Shirts, Tees, Blanket Scarf, Get Outside, Travel Style, Bikinis, Swimwear

Urban Nomad: The heart of fashionable travel | Wanderink

Side zip or flip flop boots, fitting trousers, button or tie waist cardigans and tee shirts with no serious cuss will all breeze us through the airport security. Blanket scarves, shades and the tech-c

Slick leathers, a profusion of peplums, cool geometrics and more of the week's best looks Nomad Fashion, Toronto Fashion Week, Flare, Peplum, Kimono Top, Minimalist, Urban, Tops, Women

Top 10 Trends: Toronto Fashion Week Fall 2012 - Flare

Slick leathers, a profusion of peplums, cool geometrics and more of the week’s best looks

Y-3 Fall 2012 Nomad Fashion, Mercer Street, The Godfather, Yohji Yamamoto, Headgear, Sportswear, The Past, Bomber Jacket, Winter Jackets

Y-3 Fall 2012: Fashion's Nomads

Yohji Yamamoto could be called fashion's cipher. The godfather of Japanese conceptualism who has also collaborated with Adidas on the avant-sportswear line Y-3 for the past decade—and who didn't appear for a bow at the end of his show yesterday—is not someone you corner for a sound bite. So we'll refer to the show notes sent via PR blast later in the evening which mention his admiration for the “poetry and elegance to the way nomads dress,” and desire “to capture that feeling and make it…