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Upcoming spring is full of colours, models, trends, is beautiful and in some way sounds individual as we have may choices to wear the rich new shoes S/S 2013 Collections.
Pierre Hardy S/S 2013
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Anja Rubik (born Anna Rubik, 12 June 1983) is a Polish model.
Rubik was born in Rzeszów, Poland.In 1988 she and her family moved to Greece. They later moved to Canada and to Umtata, South Africa. Among the schools she attended was one in Częstochowa, Poland. Rubik was introduced to modeling while attending a British high school in Paris. She wanted to finish her schooling before officially becoming a model, and so only worked on school holidays. Her mother, father and sister still reside in Poland.
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What makes a successful fashion film? Is it a strong visual concept? Content that can be quickly parsed? A savvy distribution strategy? Humour? Provocation? A famous model or a catchy soundtrack? Creating compelling fashion videos has always been more art than science. But as we set about compiling our ranking of this season’s best films, we saw some interesting commonalities.
While Cartier’s 3-minute CGI epic “L’Odyssée de Cartier” — which has appeared on network television and earned 14 million views on YouTube in just over a month — is a clear exception, the average length of the most successful films has dropped noticeably from just a few seasons ago. Indeed, several of this season’s top picks, including films from Lanvin, Prada, ASOS, Alexander Wang and Balenciaga, are better attuned to the short attention spans of today’s internet users and last no more than 1.5 minutes, a length that could shrink further in seasons to come.
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Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, one of the greatest fashion designers of the 20th century.
“I don’t like people talking about the Chanel fashion,”- she once said. “Chanel – above all else, is a style. Fashion, you see, goes out of fashion. Style never.”