H&M’s Commemorative Book-10 Years of Designer Collaborations


“Taste, and looking chic, is no longer a question of money or how much you spend, but how you create a unique sense of style. And that is the real revolution in the fashion world.”

~Karl Lagerfeld~

Karl Lagerfeld is the one who ditched the word ‘cheap’ for ‘inexpensive, a landmark quote regarding ‘the series of designers’ collaborations with the high street brand.’‘The First Ten Years,” is a a commemorative book H&M is releasing Nov. 6 coincided with its latest holiday tie-up, Alexander Wang.As for the prize?Its available  in about 250 stores, priced at 9.90 euros, or $11.50, with 25 percent of proceeds going to UNICEF. The book features imagery and contributions by designers that took the ”H&M bet”such as H&M.There will be also a  retrospective exhibition of the Swedish annual designers’ collaborations at its Fifth Avenue flagship in New York from Oct. 27.Can’t wait!

Katarina Zlajic’s Fashion Jewellery-A name to remember.- ‘Sybilia Diary’ Exclusive



Katarina Zlajic  graduated from Faculty of Fine Arts of the Montenegro University of Arts, Department of Sculpture.With a great deal of work along with a crystal clear idea about personal style and uniqueness,she has managed to create jewelry that look like no other.She tells ”Diary” that : ”This art constitutes the major part of accessories, such as necklaces, collar, bags, glasses,earrings. Essentially, approach to jewellery is artistic, and there lies the uniqueness of models. Models generally give the impression of symmetry and asymmetry,geometry and ornaments through which permeate particularly originality… Each work of art was done exclusively by hand, combined with natural stones and minerals, crystals and zipper,aluminium, wood, stainless steel and above all each piece is unique artistically designed .. The work is based primarily on eliminating the traditional values of the art.” Her work,combining delicate craftsmanship and unique eye for style and detail stands out,,indeed.During out conversation she adds:Inspiration as someone or something does not exist. I think there is a space with a core from which we gain knowledge, strength and inspiration, and I’m sure hence comes the inspiration and to me ”Couldn’t agree more.

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Louis Vuitton: ”The Icon and the Iconoclasts” project to launch later this fall.


”The Icon and the Iconoclasts” is a Louis Vuitton project to celebrate the iconic ‘LV’ monogram by selecting big names of the fashion industry into a ”dream team”. The likes of Karl Lagerfeld,Christian Louboutin,Rei Kawakubo, Cindy Sherman,architect Frank Gehry and industrial designer Marc Newson  will be  offering their ‘interpretation” of the famous monogram plus,a handbag of their own design.Naturally,those items will appear as a capsule collection and rated as ‘collector’s items’-aka the dream of every fashionista. Now,executive VP Delphine Arnault said, ‘we simply went to those who are among the best in their fields. We were interested in people who work with their minds and their hands.’ As for the collection, The ‘Icon and The Iconoclasts’ project is expected to launch later this fall.

Sarah Jessica Parker’s Second Shoe Collection for Nordstrom unveiled-and its a success.



I must admit i found difficult to understand why an actress impersonating  a shoe-lover fashionista on tv,should as well or,because of that,have any talent so as to create a statement shoe collection on her own.Well,this is not the case about Sarah Jessica Parker and i am glad to notice it.The actress just released her second collection of shoes,again in collaboration with Nordstrom. The style of the overall collection is more subtly feminine chic than fierce  trend setter. Classical designs in navy, olive, red, and coral form the collection,with Sarah Jessica Parker naming certain designs out of the women that inspired her,i.e. one statement boot,the ‘Pat’ is named after Sex and The City’s famous stylist,Patricia Field.If you look for qood quality,ultra chic footwear,well,you know now where to go!I’d vote for the ‘Blythe’ though.







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Christian Louboutin collaborates with Angelina Jolie -The new shoe frenzy?




















It all started with Angelina Jolie wearing custom made edgy Louboutins in the premiere of her new film ”Maleficent”.Well they did make so much of an impression, as now Louboutin is about to release the particular design in stores.The “Malangeli” shoe features a heel curved like a tendril of smoke, and two dark colourways – blood red and black.



In October 2014 the shoes will go on sale at four Christian Louboutin flagship boutiques.Other versions of the shoe in red and gold are also soon to be released.This collaboration has a charitable character perfectly  tuned with Jolie’s philanthropic action. Given the above Profits from the sale of the shoes is scheduled to be  be donated to SOS Children’s Villages, the charitable organisation supported by Jolie .


Drawing with..diamonds? The unique work of photographer- visual artist Sanjay Kothari !


When i first came across Sanjay’s new project, as impressed as i may have been, by his previous ”Glassheads” one,  this time i was very well stunned. Sanjay Kothari explains the idea behind ”Drawing with diamonds”: ”This was a campaign for Diamond jewelry that I developed with the creative director. I wanted to show the detail of the jewelry but didnt want to do the usual thing of a necklace around the model’s neck.” And so he invented a story where diamonds play first role along with his petite yet so refined female figures.Definitely a winner idea for me!

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