Hues of grey and pink, tints of blue and shades of black gowns and dresses of novel designs dominated Oscar de la Renta’s display during the New York Fashion Week on Valentine’s Day. The awe-inspiring creations of the high fashion designer presented at the Fall/Winter 2012 collection show Tuesday seemed perfectly in time before the forthcoming 84th Academy Awards, when fashion on the red carpet will be closely watched. The annual Oscar awards, eventually, also turns into a fashion conglomerate with the actresses flaunting their one of best fashion moments every year, as they walk down the red carpet in various designer gowns.
The jaw-dropping collection of Oscar de la Renta showcased recently at the New York Fashion Week has surely made fashionistas look forward to this year’s red carpet fashion during the Oscar awards night Feb. 26, with many believing that the creation is worth donning for Academy Award arrivals. Photos: Reuters / PA.
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A model presents a creation at the Oscar de la Renta Fall/Winter 2012 collection show during New York Fashion Week February 14, 2012.
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Today we made sure to prepare something special, something we didn’t present previously. If you love history and photography, I am sure you’ll enjoy our collection of beautiful photocroms. For the ones who are not familiar with the term, photocroms are colorized images produced from black-and-white photographic negatives via the direct photographic transfer of a negative onto lithographic printing plates. Check Venice, Copenhagen and beautiful photocroms from Norway, Sweden or Arizona, US. Enjoy!
Marnie Brumder is from Park City, Utah. She has recently graduated with a BA in Animation from Loyola Marymount University in May, 2010. She has loved to paint as long as she can remember. Art to her is about visual story telling. To perfect her understanding of story, she has acquired an additional Major in Classical Civilizations. This second major entails history, literature, art and language of ancient Western and Near Eastern societies.
Artist of surrealist, mystic and visionary themes, Patricia was born in 1970 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she lived and worked until moving to the United States. Since she was a little child, she has been enjoying to give life to her private world through her drawings and writings. She has been drawing since the age of three, never remembering a single time of her life when she was not exploring some type of creative language. She has been also a performing artist, acting, dancing, and singing since her late teens. Although in part self-taught, she has had some formal training in visual arts that included academic drawing classes and a background in Fashion Design.
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You may not be aware of it, but since prehistoric times, up to the Middle ages and today, many shoes have been made entirely out of wood. Cat Potter takes this material and models it with a three axis milling machine.