Gareth Pugh Fall 2016

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Gareth Pugh certainly knows how to stage a dramatic runway show! Exactly a year after setting the Victoria & Albert alight with his gothic Britannia themed show, he filled the Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden to the brim with his grandiose Fall 2016 presentation. The show opened with Marie-Agnès Gillot- prima ballerina of the Paris Opera Ballet, striding down the runway escorted by two male attendants, to take up a gilded throne on a raised dias. Clad in a handsome officer’s coat with matching suitcase and aviator sunglasses, she presided over the show- the fiercest mistress of ceremonies ever- her presence setting the stage for Mr. Pugh’s latest play on female domination.

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

It’s a theme he has visited time and again with varying degrees of humour and romance, but rather than focusing on female power, this time around Mr. Pugh emphasized female authority. The assertion of women being in charge (or rather command) was the theme that played out in this militaristic take on modern power dressing. His look was sleek and streamlined to the extreme, with no fluff or embellishments present to soften his onslaught of tailored suits, skinny outerwear and trim cocktail dresses.

Fashioned out of plain fabrics in vibrant neutrals, Price of Wales checks and electric blue, the garments came over as somewhat unforgiving, but they nonetheless looked great.

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Gareth Pugh Fall 2016 had a strong and structural feel to it’s look, with heavy- shouldered silhouettes and body conscious shapes reminiscent of Thierry Mugler and Claude Montana’s 80s work, mixed with a sharp dose of twisted modernity that felt very fresh. Mr. Pugh’s women are clearly femme fatales (or corporate dominatrixes?), women whose sexuality is accentuated and increased by their authoritarian power, and the garments reflected this perfectly with their plunging necklines, thigh- high slits and body- hugging cuts.

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Mr. Pugh elaborated on the immaculately tailored silhouettes of his Spring show for Fall 2016, emphasizing flared hemlines and slim bodices with tight, nipped-in waists and oversized collars. It’s been a while since skirt suits appeared on a European runway, and these were streamlined and compelling, especially when done in leather, brushed silks or wool, and covered with graphic appliquéd stars. There were some beautiful coats, skirts, shawls and corset- topped sheaf dresses, some livened up with wrapped detailing and trailing swags of fabric. Flared trousers were present, appearing under a bounty of terrific coats and jackets: military ones with large brass buttons, cosy wrapped numbers with built- in shawls and outsized sleeves, and dramatically flared swing styles with cape effects. A solid selection of wardrobe staples rounded out the looks- woolen turtlenecks, trim skirts and slim dresses- things that no well- stocked wardrobe should be without.

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Mr. Pugh also produced some of the best shearling outwear to be seen this season; his wrap- waist jackets and belted coats were perfection with their pinched waists and face-framing collars, and you’d be hard pressed to find anything fiercer than his shearling- lined motorcycle jackets.

Super sharp stilettos, leather gloves and huge aviator shades were good accessories, while Hannibal Lecter masks, wide- brimmed hats and handcuffed briefcases were less exciting and too campy.

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Mr. Pugh is well aware of the importance of a person’s dress to affecting subliminal impact on others and that women often use their clothes to project certain perceptions of themselves. This shows’ approach was quite literal to that fact. “Joan Crawford as Hannibal Lecter’s mistress,” is how he described the show, “This collection is exploring the visual codes of power in the corporate and political world. It’s not quite a celebration– it’s more an observation, and I am looking at the idea of how absolute power can corrupt, and perhaps even make a monster.” So models were styled to appear as monstrous as possible: their hair rolled into pointed updos, with black lips and talon-like nails, some girls wore leather masks, others had their faces augmented by elastic bands that lifted their cheeks and elongated their mouths- a macabre play on the lengths some women go to with cosmetic surgery.

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

It was all very dark- almost disturbing- but the beauty of his garments showed through. It’s a theatrical, darkly glamourous twist on the idea of modern power dressing, and an adaption that is highly covetable from the very first look. I can see people going wild over the sexy dresses, gorgeously- tailored suits and outerwear, Mr. Pugh’s probably going to sell piles of his shearling- lined leather motorcycle jackets alone!

Gareth Pugh F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

It’s clear that Mr. Pugh is staking a claim on major fashion coverage with this collection… could this be a sign that the designer is putting his days as an experimental young talent behind him and heading into more commercial lanes? Longtime brand followers may take pleasure in this exercise, but some may miss the darker glamour upon which he built his name.

Commercial or not, it was completely fab!

Xx – Ana

Ohne Titel Fall 2016

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Of all the shows on this season’s NYFW schedule, Ohne Titel was one that I loved from the very first look. Inspired by the colours and wing patterns of moths, the designers went with a neo- Victorian look with this offering, creating a grungy, darkly glamourous collection that was the a great mix of quirk and practicality.

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Moths may seem like an odd inspirational source for a prêt-à-porter collection, especially since when given time and opportunity, these insects are known to happily eat garments down to nothing. Citing Joseph Scheer’s famous photography series as their starting point, the designers were intrigued by the dark, subtle beauty and the intricate patterns of moth wings (patterns which are the result of light diffracted through a complex microscopic structure of ribs and holes). To a design team that has gained recognition for its masterful and technically innovative approach to knitwear, this obviously provided an unrivaled design source, and the designers went above and beyond expectations with this collection.

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

A dark theme came in early with a design homage to the natural colour gradations of moths wings. This took the collection to a, “…Gothy, Victorian place,” Ms. Adams explained, and resulted in an offering that fused classic historical design with modern creativity. This translated into more subdued shapes that were longer, leaner and more restrictive than previous Ohne Titel collections have been. Hemlines were low, necklines relatively high and cuts were slim and body- skimming. It sounds a little prudish at first- and it would have been had the designers not softened the effect with tiny knitted ruffles, sheer panels, lace trims, precise cutouts, beaded overlayes and soft, billowing fringes of sheer fabric and feathers. These details were most unexpected and gave a futuristic feel to the whole collection, a sense that was pushed even further when the garments were viewed in detail.

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Clever fabrication was everywhere as the designers experimented with construction techniques throughout the show. Many of the pieces that went down the runway were made using a combination of 3D printing and knitting, a look that can easily be called modern chain-mail since it was created by knitting small acrylic rings into crocheted panels and joining them with 3D printed closures. “I love the unexpected mix of old-world and futuristic manufacturing. We looked to chainmail structures for inspiration and elongated our ‘chains’ to make a herringbone structure,” Ms. Gill explained. “It’s interesting to work with 3D modelers and the printers to see what is possible.”

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Elsewhere the designers used old- world processes on new materials to create surprisingly futuristic looks. An old basket weaving technique was used on rubberized wool to create pieces that could pass for leather when viewed from afar. Knitted dresses and tops were often spliced with mesh panels or studded with metallic beads, and polyurethane lace and mesh panels were layered over gauze, creating the feel of a flexible cage- a visually appealing detail that provided flexibility and ease of movement as well as a sense of protection.

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

A Victorian influence was stronger in the less intricate pieces; ruffled knit tops and long skirts with fluted hems, glamourous fur vests, plumed sheer skirts and dresses topped with lace and trailing sleeves. There were metallic ribbed-knit dresses in rich shades of emerald and wine, skintight lurex tops and tailored trousers in heavy silk and wool. Embellished bandeaux tops, sheer net blouses and the black bodysuits that were worn under most looks injected some extra sex appeal into the lineup while comfier pieces like roomy sweaters, knitted track-pants and outsize cardigans were welcome changes to all the body- conscious fare.

Accessories were in keeping with the grungy neo- Victoriana: feathered headbands, patterned sock- boots and ruffled booties, the perfect things to round off such a collection.

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

It was an impressive show- the grunge, the sexiness, the innovative techniques spelled out new ground for the brand and resulted in an engaging collection. Almost every piece had that coveted transitional day-to-night ease that is lacking with so many designers, and you can wear almost anything from this offering straight off the runway. The palpable need-it-now quality is felt throughout the whole collection, and I can see that many people will be fighting to own even the fussiest pieces in the lineup- the looks with the feathered hems, sheer panels and 3D printed elements.

Ohne Titel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Ohne Titiel’s darkly glamorous Fall 2016 showing was one of the highlights from the New York shows, and I loved everything about it.

Xx – Ana

Zimmermann Fall 2016

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

Of all the shows that took place during New York Fashion Week, Zimmermann’s Fall 2016 show was one that really stood out for me. Known for it’s dreamy take on the luxury bohemian aesthetic, and for it’s top- notch swimwear and leather, Zimmermann has become one of the few globally recognized brands to emerge from Australia in the past two decades. It’s boldly feminine, opulent sophistication has developed a strong consumer following worldwide, garnering the brand a hoard of celebrity fans.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

This season, head designer sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann focused on the traditional dress of India, paying particular attention to the bold colours, elaborate surface treatments and relaxed silhouettes typified by their inspirational source. The Zimmermann sisters have previously shown their penchant for all things ornate, yet this season’s theme gave them the ability to indulge their fondness for sparkle to even greater effect. “Mirror Mirror” was the name given to their Fall 2016 offering and true to it’s name, the collection was full of reflective finishes, glossy fabrics and sparkling adornments.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

It’s a striking offering, with almost every look featuring some form of eye-catching embellishment: trailing fringes, glimmering appliqués, swirling prints, and metallic embroidery to name just a few. Ornate embellishments made of tiny pieces of mirror are a traditional aspect of Indian dress, and the Zimmermann sisters explored this element in detail by working minuscule bits of mirror throughout the collection. All of this, paired with lots of shimmering lurex and glimmering metallic lace, created a collection that perfectly reflected light from every angle.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

Zimmermann’s signature minidresses with flared sleeves and flounced hems were redone in punchy shades of pink, orange and rose gold, while their floaty khaftans and slouched pantsuits were updated with glittering fabrics and excessively long, trailing fringes. There were diaphanous skirts and maxidresses in foil-printed gauze, vividly- patterned pantsuits, glittering tunics, fleece sweaters with bell shaped sleeves, brightly hued jackets, billowing blouses of patterned chiffon and mirror speckled dresses of perforated eyelet silk. Bomber jackets and fluid wide-legged trousers done in mannish pinstripes and rich Eastern inspired patterns added a definite cool factor- especially when paired with printed leggings, patterned boots and layers of shimmering jewelry.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

Elaborate ornamentation and bright colours are cornerstones of Indian dress, and Zimmermann’s show was a fresh take of the theme. By pairing all of the adornments with shimmery fabrics and wild prints, they produced a youthful, playfully feminine approach to the hyper-deocrative Indian style. While the end result was not as complex as it’s inspiration, it was definitely, extraordinarily appealing.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

Zimmermann is known for having a bit of Victorian polish in it’s collections, with high necklines, tight sleeves and plenty of girly frills, and body- conscious silhouettes. It’s Spring show was full of flirty full-skirted minidresses with corset-like waists, restrictive necklines and tight sleeves, details that were noticeably absent from this season’s jaunt. “It’s about optimism,” Nicky Zimmermann explained, “We wanted to loosen up.” And so they did as Fall 2016 was all about fluid, body- skimming silhouettes, soft shapes and floating details. Everything was about movement- or rather freedom of movement. From the slouchy trousers to the voluminous maxi dresses and rippling capes, each piece emphasized sinuous eye-catching motions that made as much of a statement from the back as they did the front.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

My major critique has to do with the show’s styling and presentation. Even though it was a runway show where visual impact is important, it was necessary to ensure that this impact didn’t become too much. With so much going on with the clothing, the seemingly endless slew of glitter, fringe, and shine quickly became overwhelming- especially when the designers veered into the overly girly and saccharine territories as with a range of mirror embellished metallic lace dresses topped with frilly capelets and stacks of sparkling chokers. It was too much, and throughout the show there were looks that I think would have benefited greatly from editing and re-styling.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

But, I still really enjoyed the show. It was vibrant, gorgeously crafted and playfully youthful. People who love anything sparky and bright will immediately be drawn to this collection and looking through the show, there really was something for everyone to be found within the lineup. There are some beautiful pieces that would easily fit into anyone’s wardrobe, adding a little glamour and cool girl pep into even the simplest of outfits.

Zimmermann F/w 2016. Image WWD

I’ve always been a fan of Zimmermann and this show only solidified my fondness for their garments- especially since there’s a printed bomber with my name on it!

Xx – Ana

Friday Fierceness!

“Welcome to the Jungle”- Vogue US April 2016

Gown: Lanvin, Gloves: Gasper Gloves by Dorothy Gasper, Jewels: Givenchy Haute Couture, Lulu Frost, Sonia Rykiel Mariam Haskell. Image VOGUE US/MIKAEL JANSSON

Model: Grace Hartzel
Photographer: Mikael Jansson
Stylist: Camilla Nickerson
Hair: Shay Ashual
Makeup: Hannah Murray

Friday Fierceness!

“Bella es la Joya”- Harper’s Bazaar España April 2016

Top: Prada. Image HARPER’S BAZAAR ESPAÑA/TXEMA YESTE

Model: Bella Hadid
Photographer: Txema Yeste
Stylist: Juan Cebrián
Hair: Nicolas Jurnjack
Makeup: Lloyd Simmonds

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 9

YDE

YDE F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

YDE F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

YDE F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

YDE F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Pallas

Pallas F/w 2016. Image PALLAS

Moncler Gamme Rouge

Moncler Gamme Rouge F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Moncler Gamme Rouge F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Moncler Gamme Rouge F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Moncler Gamme Rouge F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Moncler Gamme Rouge F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Moncler Gamme Rouge F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Louis Vuitton F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Louis Vuitton F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Louis Vuitton F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Louis Vuitton F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Louis Vuitton F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Longchamps

Longchamps S/s 2016. Image LONGCHAMPS

Longchamps S/s 2016. Image LONGCHAMPS

Moon Young Hee

Moon Young Hee F/w 2016. Image WWD

Moon Young Hee F/w 2016. Image WWD

Moon Young Hee F/w 2016. Image WWD

Moon Young Hee F/w 2016. Image WWD

Paskal

Paskal F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Paskal F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Zadig & Voltaire

Zadig & Voltaire F/w 2016. Image ZADUG & VOLTAIRE

Miu Miu

Miu Miu F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Miu Miu F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Miu Miu F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Friday Fierceness!

“H.C. starring Mariacarla Boscono”- Vogue Italia March 2016 Digital Edition”

Gown: Valentino Haute Couture, Shoes: Repetto. Image VOGUE ITALIA/PETER LINDBERGH

Model: Mariacarla Boscono
Photographer: Peter Lindbergh
Stylist: Clare Richardson
Hair: Valentin
Makeup: Stéphane Marais

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 8

Valentino

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentino F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Paule Ka

Paule Ka F/w 2016. Image PAULE KA

Paule Ka F/w 2016. Image PAULE KA

Paule Ka F/w 2016. Image PAULE KA

Paule Ka F/w 2016. Image PAULE KA

Iris van Herpen

Iris van Herpen F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Iris van Herpen F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Off White

Off White S/s 2016. Image WWD

Off White S/s 2016. Image WWD

Off White S/s 2016. Image WWD

Ellery

Ellery F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Ellery F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Ellery F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Shiatzy Chen

Shiatzey Chen F/w 2016. Image WWD

Shiatzey Chen F/w 2016. Image WWD

Shiatzey Chen F/w 2016. Image WWD

Shiatzey Chen F/w 2016. Image WWD

Shiatzey Chen F/w 2016. Image WWD

Martin Grant

Martin Grant F/w 2016. Image MARTIN GRANT

Martin Grant F/w 2016. Image MARTIN GRANT

agnès b.

agnès b. F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

agnès b. F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

agnès b. F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Paul & Joe

Paul & Joe F/w 2016. Image WWD

Paul & Joe F/w 2016. Image WWD

Paul & Joe F/w 2016. Image WWD

Paul & Joe F/w 2016. Image WWD

Vanessa Seward

Vanessa Seward F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Vanessa Seward F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Vanessa Seward F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Vanessa Seward F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Vanessa Seward F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Vanessa Seward F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Kenzo

Kenzo F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Kenzo F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Kenzo F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 7

BY Bonnie Young

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

BY Bonnie Young F/w 2016. Image BY BONNIE YOUNG

Sacai

Sacai F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Sacai F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Sacai F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Sacai F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Esteban Cortázar

Esteban Cortázar F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Esteban Cortázar F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Esteban Cortázar F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Esteban Cortázar F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Zuhair Murad

Zuhair Murad F/w 2016. Image ZUHAIR MURAD

Hermès

Hermès F/w 2016. Image WWD

Hermès F/w 2016. Image WWD

Hermès F/w 2016. Image WWD

Hermès F/w 2016. Image WWD

Sonia Rykiel

Sonia Rykiel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Sonia Rykiel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Sonia Rykiel F/w 2016. Image WWD

Giambattista Valli

Giambattista Valli F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Yves Saloman

Yves Saloman F/w 2016. Image YVES SALOMAN

Yves Saloman F/w 2016. Image YVES SALOMAN

Yves Saloman F/w 2016. Image YVES SALOMAN

Léonard

Léonard F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Léonard S/s 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Léonard S/s 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Véronique Branquinho

Véronique Branquinho F/w 2016. Image WWD

Véronique Branquinho F/w 2016. Image WWD

Véronique Branquinho F/w 2016. Image WWD

Véronique Branquinho F/w 2016. Image WWD

Orla La

Orla La F/w 2016. Image ORLA LA

Orla La F/w 2016. Image ORLA LA

Orla La F/w 2016. Image ORLA LA

Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Yves Saint Laurent F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Yves Saint Laurent F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Yves Saint Laurent F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Yves Saint Laurent F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Stella McCartney F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 6

Givenchy

Givenchy F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy F/w 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret

Roland Mouret F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Roland Mouret F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Roland MouretLo F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Alessandra Rich

Alessandra Rich F/w 2016. Image ALESSANDRA RICH

Marimekko

Marimekko F/w 2016. Image WWD

Marimekko F/w 2016. Image WWD

Loewe

Loewe F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Loewe F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Loewe F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Loewe F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Maison Rabih Kayrouz

Maison Rabih Kayrouz F/w 2016. Image WWD

Maison Rabih Kayrouz F/w 2016. Image WWD

Maison Rabih Kayrouz F/w 2016. Image WWD

Céline

Céline F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Céline F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Céline F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Céline F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Noir Kei Ninomiya

Noir Kei Ninomiya F/w 2016. Image WWD

Noir Kei Ninomiya F/w 2016. Image WWD

Noir Kei Ninomiya F/w 2016. Image WWD

Dorhout Mee

Dorhout Mee S/s 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Dourhout Mee S/s 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

John Galliano

John Galliano F/w 2016. Image WWD

John Galliano F/w 2016. Image WWD

John Galliano F/w 2016. Image WWD

Valentin Yudashkin

Valentin Yudashkin F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentin Yudashkin F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentin Yudashkin F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Valentin Yudashkin F/w 2016. Image NOWFASHION

Thomas Tait

Thomas Tait F/w 2016. Image THOMAS TAIT

Thomas Tait F/w 2016. Image THOMAS TAIT

Thomas Tait F/w 2016. Image THOMAS TAIT

Masha Ma

Masha Ma F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Masha Ma F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Masha Ma F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM

Masha Ma F/w 2016. Image FASHIONISING.COM