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FASHIONVILLE | December 21

aleXsandro Palombo Pokes Fun at Grazia China

It’s been ages since we worked with aleXsandro Palombo. Eons ago, he illustrated Saynt and I sitting on the toilet, which currently hang in our bathroom (image below).  Recently, he illustrated the anniversary cover of Grazia China, poking fun at Lady Gaga, Victoria Beckham, DVF, the D&G boys, and many others.

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FASHIONVILLE | November 4

Florals For Winter? Yes, We’re Serious.

Forget sunshine and convertible rides as excuses to break out your best florals. This season, take those grey clouds in stride and sport your darker flower power to put a little bloom into the gloom of winter. We’ve seen the dark floral trend all over runways such as DVF and Givenchy, so all you have to do is tone down those colors, pair these pieces with dark shades of green, raspberry and midnight blue and you’ll be as hot as ever.

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FASHIONVILLE | October 23

Our Favorite New Photography Book: Diego Uchitel Polaroids

Argentinian-born photographer, Diego Uchitel, is known for his romantic and painterly fashion, celebrity and landscape compositions. With his work frequenting the pages of high-end magazines such as Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair, his snapshot creds include faces like John Travolta, Bette Midler and Diane von Furstenberg. And with his new book, you get to put your own eye up to the lens and experience over 240 lost, but not forgotten, moments of his incredible career.

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FASHIONVILLE | September 4

PREVIEW: The Eye Has To Travel to NY or LA to see Diana Vreeland

Diana Vreeland‘s influence on fashion knows no bounds. As the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue from 1962-1971, she was the Anna well before Anna was Anna Wintour. Vreeland’s character was far more whimsical, though her words equally sturdy, and her vision exactly spot on every time. It takes an all-knowing woman to advise Manolo Blahnik to start making shoes. A new documentary, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel takes us inside of her world. Watch the trailer here.

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