Wednesday's Wishlist

Wednesday's Wishlist

Lately I have been looking forward to the upcoming spring season. I love mixing bold and neutral, I have also been obsessing over metal details in accessories lately.

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The Short Curly Bob

The Sartorialist Short Curly Bob

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Hello sweeties. 
As I promised, fashionrocks is on instagram now!
my friend Hrvoje and me(1) drinking beer before Joy Division(2) Barbara's outfit details(3) sunny weather and Zdenac života in front of HNK(4) killing time drinking coffee(5) again Hrvoje goofing around with bunch of watches(6)
love, Mila

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Celebs’ Vanity Fair looks

Like the Oscars award ceremony the Vanity Fair party was also a glamorized affair. Undoubtedly it was a full moon night for Hollywood. And the stars were shining brightly at the red carpet. Have a look at few of the enviously charming starlets who were the picture of poise at the Vanity Fair Awards party:

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes:

Tom Cruise and his wife, Katie Holmes at Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2012

It is first to impossible to overlook this romantic couple. Tom was looking dapper in midnight blue suit and he had the sensual compliment in his arms – Katie Holmes. The mother of one was looking absolutely stunning in embellished blue chiffon Elie Saab gown and gold string necklace which she paired with simple studs.

David and Victoria Beckham:

David Beckham and Victoriya Beckham at Oscar Vanity Fair Party

The English soccer stud and his spicy girl were among the invitees at the Oscars after party. In black suit with bow-tie, David was looking as handsome as always. For Victoria we could only say – spicy girl! She was picture perfect in dove grey strapless creation from her eponymous line. The emerald ring she was wearing was the eclectic choice.

Emma Stone:

Emma Stone Vanity at Fair Oscar Party 2012

In a black tiered peek-a-boo ensemble by Chanel, Emma Stone was every inch enticing. The contrast party style was equally welcomed by shutterbugs as her Oscars red bow style. The diamond ring and studs were the pretty perfect complement to her lovely style.

Jennifer Lopez:

Jennifer Lopez at Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2012Jennifer Lopez

The music sensation was among the dark looks at the Vanity Fair party. She replaced her nude shell stripped ceremony Zuhair Murad gown with burgundy low neck sequin gown. The diamond studs and rings she picked were perfectly occasion appropriate.

Nigel Barker at The Blonds Fashion Show New York Fashion Week Feb 2012 Chelsea….. Manhattan NYC

Arrives Outside Milk Gallery

nigel barker black white stripe sport coat black slacks converse allstars ol

Americas Next Top Model Judge and Photographer
Nigel Barker looking natty and casually confident

Its time for the petitePARADE /NY Kids Fashion Week in collaboration with VOGUE Bambini @ Industria Studio March 10 + 11. 

We are counting down the days!

See you all there!

NY Kids Fashion Week!

MARCH 10 + 11 ?!

True Religion Kids SS12 Campaign – Behind the Scenes from True Religion Brand Jeans on Vimeo.

Sadness is a blessing, sadness is my boyfriend

 And with few words I think that I can describe you how my last week was. Hard full of stress and nerves and with a little taste of sadness. Inspired by Lykke Li, my favourite singer (it's strange that I never mentioned her before) and her song Sadness is a blessing I am trying to keep in balance my world, which is ,again, separated between school and magazines. This time not Ozon but my Magazine, Obsession in Vogue. The last days I am working really hard for it and must say that it's going pretty well. As a result: excitement. Feelings are so strange my friend Bonnie Strange would might say. Yes maybe they are. Suddenly as I am watching the video clip of Sadness is a Blessing a wild pretty clever and inspirational comment appears:
The guy is sadness. She is trying to convince him to stop holding on to her by showing him what he does to her. She is trying to dance away the problems, run, drink, smile about all what makes her usually cry... but in the end, we all end up in the arms of sadness because it defines who we are. It is a part of us. I am not sure if the video is all about that, but I really like that version, so keep it. The video was directed bTarik Saleh, starting Lykke Li and Stellan Skarsgård. I found it really inspirational and that's why I wanted to share it with you and also my feelings and my love for Lykke Li, who is the only singer that moves my feelings. A really spectacular thing for an artiste I guess. 
In the other hand, I am thinking about Success and happiness and came across to Franca Sozzani, who always has the answers for me: Success in no guarantee of happiness. While I am attending the fashion shows and I appreciate the success of all the designers, what I am asking myself incessantly, following the news of Whitney Houston’sdeath, is why one works so hard to achieve success and then the end looks similar to that of many other people who die alone, unhappy and unknown. Experiencing fame every single day, constantly applauded and followed around by the paparazzi is, for today’s society, a sign of success. But when success wanes, or when to endure such success one ends up getting some help from drugs, which look promising in the beginning but then let you down, leaving you sinking into an unending precipice, how does one react? Success listens only to applause. To all else it is deaf." wrote Elias Canetti. And perhaps it’s true. We remain attached to a memory and anything that denies our greatness, beauty or talent is like a death sentence. I remember Whitney Houston well. We were at the Metropolitan Museum attending the Gianni Versace memorial. It was September 1997. Madonna, Anna Wintour, myself and Donatella Versace had spoken and Elton John had sung. I was sitting next to Whitney and her husband. She was wearing a close-fitting dress and had a stunning figure. She went onstage. She wanted to dedicate a song to Gianni. They didn’t know each other yet loved one another very much and had a mutual admiration. 
All of a sudden, Whitney’s voice would raise so high and powerfully within that big hall at the Metropolitan that, I recall, it shook our souls, touching many people in the audience more than words or speeches. She looked stunning, and had an amazing stage presence. A star of unrivaled talent. She was down to earth in her gestures and very sweet with the people she talked to. She seemed happy alongside her husband. She was at the height of success. With The Bodyguard, the film featuring Kevin Costner, a few years back she had earned fame also as an actress. Oprah Winfrey called her "The Voice" during one of her shows, so for everyone she became "The Voice". She sold over 170 million copies of albums, singles and videos. 55 million of records alone. She earned six Grammy Awards and she is the artist with most wins at the American Music Awards, 22 in total. Rolling Stone magazine ranked her 34th out of 100 in their Greatest Singers of all Times list. Nothing backs away like success does. In the last two years everything had crumbled: success, love. Drugs and antidepressants got the upper hand. And she left us on 11 February, alone, in a hotel in Beverly Hills, one of those exclusive places where the world’s stars habitually gather.

It’s hard to tell and judge what can cause such despair. The only thing we can say is that we will never forget her, and that her voice will stay with us forever.

March/April Advertorial Shoot by Anna Palma

When you bring together brands like Andrew&Audrey, Beatrix New York, Ce Ce Co, Imoga, Mali Kids, Millions of Colors, Snopea, Y-3 kids, Zutano under Anna Palma’s lense with styling from Mindi Smith, it definitely will be an inspiring fun shoot! 

Snopea FW 12

The Millions of Colors model loves to drink milk!
Zutano Baby line


A playful adventure!

The Imoga FW 12 collection rocks!


Andrew & Audrey FW '12

The Beatrix New York Gang backstage styles !

Chaunte Vaughn in action

The Prop stylists

When it comes to prop styling, the first we reach out to is Kendra Smoot and Chaunte Vaughn who did a great job for our “Milk Time Shooting”


Thank you to Hudson Studios

Whimsical styles by Bonnie Young

Jess Brown special editon dolls for Atsuyo et Akiko

It was a sparkle closing at the Swarovski show

Did we mention the theme of the March USA shoot is "Milk Time"?

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