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Bold Prints

Move Over Florals, Art Prints Are Moving In!

Let’s face it, not everyone was into the spring trend of floral prints.

I for one love different prints, including floral, but luckily this season brings forth plenty of other gorgeous options. I’m particularly fond of the brushstroke prints as seen on the runway at Celine. It reminds me of a beautifully painted art canvas. The feeling I get when I look at them makes me feel dramatic and cheerful.

This season is full of bold prints! Whenever you’re working with dramatic art prints,it goes without saying that you might want to tone them down with jeans and simple accessories.

 

I absolutely adore how she mixed the brush-stroked print with this striped skirt! This makes mixing prints this season so much fun. Notice how she did not over accessorize because the bold print speaks for itself.

 

I love how she went for a more urban-funky, yet fun look for this season’s trend, also adding the handbag accessory really gave this look a bit of a pop!
This lovely A-Line dress inspired by this season’s print can be found at Calvin Klein.
From runways to sidewalks! Wearing this trend will always make a bold statement.
This season, the spring shows served as a canvas for designers to act as artists and showcase their fine art spin using painterly prints and patterns, and bold brushstrokes in order to bring real works of art to life on the runway.

 So what do you think of this season’s new trend? Maybe it’s time you gave your wardrobe a touch of these trendsetting prints!

 Yours Truly,

Styled by Triche’

 

Met Gala 2014

METGALA 2014 Top 10 Best Dressed

<b>Best Unexpected Addition: Janelle Monae</b>
Janelle Monae, always fashion foward understands when attending such a grand event as the Met Gala, that even a women with a signature look in a well tailored suit needs to change it up. She looked amazing in the Tadashi Shoji cape.
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All hail Queen B! Beyonce looked ravishing in Givenchy. We actually loved this look, despite some opinions who thought otherwise of her look this year. Yes, Beyonce has been known to make a few mistakes on the red carpet, but this year she took the title back!
<b>Prettiest in Pink:</b>&nbsp;<b>Emma Stone</b>
Pretty In Pink: Emma Stone dazzled the red carpet her Thakoon two-piece crop top and flowing skirt. It went perfect with her open toe heels, making this look flow together.
<b>Best Rebound: Kim Kardashian</b>
Kim Kardashian was clearly not on the fashion’s best dressed list last year when she upholstered the baby bump with matching gloves. This year she mixed the Givenchy and picked a more classy and sophisticated look, yet sexy blue Lanvin.
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Kendall Jenner is walking out from under her “Kardashian” family shadows and embracing class and sophistication. Wearing Topshop, she owns the red carpet!
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Rhianna, who is known to push the buttons on fashion lately, toned it down a bit but managed to still keep it edgy. Wearing a Stella McCartney two-piece. Nice look Rhianna!
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Selena Gomez looked stunning, wearing an DVF gown, Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Charlotte pumps.
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Jessica Alba in a DVF gown. We love how she captured vintage and lace, giving a dazzling-subtle touch of glam.
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The always stunning, Charlize Theron, in Christian Dior.
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Sarah Jessica Parker, looked absolutely stunning in an Oscar De La Renta gown. Notice his signature at the bottom of the train. One of the best dressed ladies of the night!
Performing Artists Magazine Cover

Performing Artists Magazine: Featuring DemiStyle Boutique

 

It was such an amazing experience to work with the staff at Performing Artists Magazine and other designers on this shoot. The models were awesome and did an outstanding job! Check out January Issue on Handbags, High Heels and Big Hair [button link=”http://issuu.com/performingartistsmagazine/docs/1.14_ezine_new2″ color=”pink” window=”yes”]Full Editorial[/button]