A Life in the Industry
The random thoughts and findings of DSL.
A Life in the Industry
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mensfashionworld:

Versace F/W 2014 Campaign
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duloxetine:

Balmain S/S 15 
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pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
pretaportre:

Balmain PFW Spring 2015
The majority of looks were caged in graphic black leather lattice work, the dresses were long, lean, zip-backed and to the shin. There was a heady waft of Tom Ford’s Gucci in the supremely flattering wide-leg trousers and that high octane sexuality. There was a nod to Givenchy in the white trouser suit, the jacket cut away and knotted at the stomach, while the Mondrian colour palette recalled Yves Saint Laurent.
Yes it referenced collections that have gone before and of course there was a vintage energy here (it wouldn’t be Balmain without one), but on the runway these clothes became entirely modern: Eighties or Nineties or now - the sight of Jourdan Dunn slinking past in a pair of dazzling yellow and black flares is always going to be fabulous. And proof that while trends come and go, the desire to feel fierce will never go out of fashion. | via Vogue
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pretaportre:

Details, Balenciaga PFW Spring 2015
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what-do-i-wear:

Marques’Almeida Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear
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Hello all! My name is Dustin Sean Lazenby. I am a freelance makeup artist based out of Atlanta, Georgia. I’ve been working in the fashion and beauty industry for 5 years now and have been afforded some amazing opportunities, one of which is a chance to travel and work in New York City throughout mid November. This would be my first time traveling to NYC. All I have to do is cover travel costs. This is where I need your help. I live on a fixed income do to my disability, so it can be hard to just make ends meet, most of the time. I have the talent and determination. I just feel I need to grab all opportunbities that come my way. I have been working very hard to prove myself in this industry and feel that this opportunity would be a great boost for my career. I will have the chance to work with so many great talents and network for possible future work, as well. Please, if you can, help me achieve my goal. Simply click the link below to donate. Any amount you could donate would be helpful. Thank you for your time. -DSL
http://www.gofundme.com/eltbf0
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Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
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Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
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Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
naomihitme:

Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
naomihitme:

Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
naomihitme:

Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
naomihitme:

Naomi for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2008 photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin