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Thursday, March 1, 2012

FLY London is More than a Brand, It's an Attitude!

Fly London Shoes:
Fly London is a brand that originates in the funky backstreets of London They exhibit much of that cool, urban, sophistication for which England's capital city is known throughout the world. There are so many different styles of shoes within the Fly London collection that we are sure that even the fussiest of dressers will find something they like.

The eclectic design was kicked off by a British guy called Perry King who later went on to work with Harlot Shoes. Perry was a talented designer who hooked up with the factory and the then head of Base London Shoes. Hence the connection between the two companies in the very early days and the common suffix 'London'. Fly Shoes augmented this initial capsule collection with a small range of formal shoes and boots each time taking great care NOT to follow and form of standard development and not adapting lasts and design tricks that were already present in the market.
Retaining their truly unique flavour the shoes were mildly whacky and in some cases took a couple of seasons to catch on, but when they did they sold like a train as customers realised that each collection was way ahead of itself. FlyShoes will always be one step ahead of the pack, so if you want shoes that people will remark on and will look super cool, not just today but for a couple of seasons, step out in a pair of Fly London!

For women, when it comes to finding fashionable shoes that feel great too, there is not much choice. However, one brand manages to cater to those people who love to look great, but who still want to bask in their creature comforts. That brand? Fly London. This brand places an emphasis on fashion, and is best expressed in their motto, 'Why Walk When You Can Fly'. There are several connotations within this expression. Firstly, they are saying that these shoes are so fashionable, that wearers will simply fly above the crowd: they will stand out. Secondly, they are saying that the shoes are so comfortable, they feel less like walking and more like flying.

Whether you are searching for those 'perfect' evening shoes, or those 'try not to upstage the bride but still look great' wedding shoes, or those 'carefree funky' casual shoes, or the 'showing-off my wage packet' office shoes, you will certainly find a style that suits. In fact, you will probably find a suitable style for any type of shoe In our opinion, Fly London is the best brand of footwear in the world. They are so comfortable, extremely appealing and they will certainly turn heads on the high street - or at least make people nod, as they look to your feet, to your face, and back to your feet.
Some of our great selection of Fly London Shoes at Love Clothing.....
 Men's Black Hubert Ankle Boots By Fly London
Men's Brown Sheen Boots By Fly London
Men's Sean Belt Biker Boots By Fly London
Men's Tan Hubert Boots By Fly London
Women's Camel Yule Boots by Fly London
Women's Dark Brown Mel Ankle Boots By Fly London
Women's Mocha Pimms Boots by Fly London

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Adorn your Legs….

Tights and Leggings 2012
London Fashion Week closed yesterday. It was an exceptionally good one this time around, by all accounts. Burberry and McQ claimed the catwalk as their own and stole the show. It’s important to report on fashion as a whole, as it all influences the rest, but one particular trend that’s been seen over the last week is perfect for leg wear lovers. Leggings  and fancy tights were heavily featured in this season’s show.
Floral tights are a big trend for this Spring Summer season but designers, including Erdem and Giles, are determined to keep them alive for Autumn Winter.  While summer is a riot of colourful flower prints, autumn winter naturally calls for something a little more demure and muted. 
Big knits are a winter godsend and there were plenty of oversized jumpers to choose from on the catwalks at Jonathan Saunders, Acne and Christopher Kane. Whether they were adorned with bright patterns, sparkling embellishment or made in acid brights, they were worn with a long, bottom covering, line.   Wear them with leggings or  tights but make sure you always add in a pair of heels to give the look a more dressed up feel.
At Clements Ribiero and Issa pretty much every dress or skirt was combined with a pair of leggings.  The new way to wear them is under longer length skirts and always with heels.  Think slim fitting knee length and midi skirts. For a sumptuous evening look you can’t beat brocade patterns in glimmering metallic threads. This is a pattern that is best worn sparingly though.
They’re truly beautiful pieces when they paired with the rest of the outfit. Leggings have been popular for years, but high fashion has mostly stuck with sheers. This could be the beginning of leggings, an everyday fashion item, be included in the hallowed halls of high fashion. It may very well signal the start of opaque’s and thicker leg wear being an interesting and versatile addition to more formal outfits. One of the advantages of showcasing new Autumn Winter collections in February is that the weather is still chilly enough to start experimenting with next winter’s looks now! 
Stock up on leggings and fancy tights, you might be longing for the lazy, hazy days of summer but necessity still dictates that an oversized jumper and leggings are still going to be useful well into April.  And of course, don’t forget to start working that brocade into your look, especially for sumptuous evening occasions.
Here are some of our tights and legging from Love Clothing....
Womens Black Leggings by Vero Moda
Women's Black Plain Fish Net Tights
Women's Black Striped Fish Net Tights
Women's Black Vent Fish Net Tights
                                                  Celebrities in their leggings and tights...

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Oscars Fashion Review 2012

The Oscars 2012: The Best and the Worst Red Carpet Looks  2012

Five-star Cruz Penelope Cruz chose Armani and radiated old-school glamour. The chiffon organza is like a bandage on the bodice then explodes into froufrou...

Hollywood's most important night of 2012. When it comes to movie and fashion industry is certainly The Oscars. On this evening we find out who are the best actors and actresses, who is the new style icon, who is No.1 designer of the 2012, which couture designs are the most desirable at the moment and so on.
Dianna Agron looking beautiful and botanical in a floral maxi dress
Dita Von Teese was another of the stars to work vintage Hollywood glamour
With her tan, Cameron Diaz can carry off this putty-coloured Gucci Premiere gown and looks as if she's out to have fun
This year there are some newly discovered stars such as Rooney Mara, and some fashion surprises: Maria Menounos, who looks better than ever in a mint green Grecian gown, Stacy Keibler in a gold Marchesa gown, Milla Jovovich in Elie Saab gown completed by a slick Edie Parker clutch and lots of diamonds. With so much competition on the red carpet an actress needs to stand out from the crowd. There were contrasting fortunes for academy award winners Meryl Streep and Octavia Spencer who stole the limelight for varying reasons.
Jennifer Lopez looked absolutely show-stopping in a plunging art-deco striped gown by her red carpet go-to designer, Zuhair Murad
Kate Hudson wasn’t taking any prisoners in this fringed vintage Versace gown
Hands down our favourite frock of the night, though, had to go to Ms Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace.
Lily Collins chose to champion classic Hollywood glamour in a beige tulle dress
While a host of glamorous celebrities donned their Sunday best to walk the red carpet at tonight’s Oscars, others opted to watch the event at a viewing party. And the hottest ticket in town was to Sir Elton John’s bash, which he holds annually in a bid to raise money for his AIDS Foundation.  Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus led the famous faces at the star-studded event in Los Angeles.
Katy Perry looking demure in a Blue Sparkly Dress
Diane Kruger looked absolutely stunning in a slinky red dress that featured a sumptuous lace bustier panel
Emma Stone looked pretty as a present in her bow-necked Giambattista Valli dress in a gorgeous, deep red, plus Louis Vuitton jewels
Katy wore a shimmering silver and black sequined dress. The glittering gown, which had a sheer neck, was the perfect complement for the 27-year-old singer’s blue tresses. And while Katy Perry was less colourful than usual, Miley Cyrus also shone in silver as she ditched her boho style for a demure dress. Most of the women in attendance chose floor-skimming ensembles, but supermodel Heidi Klum decided to make a fashion statement in a very sexy mini dress.
Miley Cyrus was another star to channel the Hollywood of old, wearing this very sophisticated Roberto Cavalli fishtail gown.
Oscar nominee Michelle Williams looked typically fabulous when she arrived on the red carpet in a tiered, strapless red silk dress by Louis Vuitton and her trademark Mia Farrow-esque crop
Victoria and David Beckham weren’t going to let an event like the Oscars go past without making an appearance! Victoria wore a taupe column dress with a skinny black belt
Penelope Cruz wore a stunning Giorgio Armani gown with a fitted bodice, while Cameron Diaz looked fabulous in a nude Gucci gown matched with Tiffany & co. jewellery worth almost 1 million dollars! Angelina Jolie was in a black Atelier dress and no jewellery. Too simple for this gala event. Miss Lopez is no longer Jenny From The Block, and this Zuhair Murad backless gown proves it! She had Lorraine Schwartz jewellery, an elegant bun, smoky eye makeup, neutral nude lips and accentuated cheek bones. This woman can never go wrong!
Zoe Saldana never disappoints with a lack-lustre outfit, so we were not surprised to see the star pull off another pitch perfect dress. Complete with a high hemline, but a sheer, peek-a-boo panel and diamanté detailing, the star made the fashion desk swoon.
The Vampire Diaries Ian Somerhalder was dressed to thrill
Vanessa Hudgens was a golden girl on the red carpet at Elton John’s Oscar party in a column-style couture gown from Georges Chakra
all eyes were on Rooney Mara as she arrived at the 2012 Oscars. Wearing a structured cream gown with sheer panelling along the shoulders by her go-to designer, Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci, the Dragon Tattoo actress offset the dramatic gown with her signature blunt fringe to devastating effect
Tina Fey looked absolutely stunning in a simple strapless crepe black gown by Carolina Herrera and a high ballerina bun
Black Swan star Natalie Portman, right, rarely puts a foot wrong, but her polka-dot strapless gown — vintage Dior, circa 1954 — merely looks old and right
 Glenn Close, whose emerald Zac Posen jacket is well cut and flattering but the dress is too busy and full
NERD star Pharrell Williams looked his typically dapper self in a three-piece suit complete with velvet bow-tie
Olivia Wilde wore a less-is-more outfit that pulled no fashion punches

While most celebs seemed to take a conservative approach to the official Oscars red carpet, they completely turned it out in fun, exciting gowns for the after parties. Lovely shades of yellow, coral, reds, and pinks were happily floating around Hollywood into the wee hours last night. And those who are typically hit-and-miss-- Miley Cyrus comes to mind -- were fashion all-stars. Fashion expert Kelly Osbourne and Heidi Klum were stunning in yellow at the Elton John party. And Salma Hayek and Kate Hudson turned it up at the Vanity Fair party rocking in hot pink and red, respectively.