In celebration of Easter Sunday, here is a fashion flashback to make you smile… the infamously adorable Louis Vuitton Bunny Ears! J‘adore!
Fashion is meant to be fun & what says a ‘hopping good time’ better than bunny ears?
Take your look to new heights this Easter Sunday with a pair of bunny ears. Appearing on the Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 runway, Marc Jacobs’ bunny ears became an accessories sensation.
Sweet, chic bunny ears topped heads with enviable panache. Show stylist Katie Grand was reportedly inspired by “a black doe rabbit in the pet shop on the corner”. Created by Stephen Jones, the bunny ears brought a fresh frivolity to the catwalk. Of the ears, Marc Jacobs said: “I like the kind of Playboy, French coquette aspect to it.” For the Fall campaign, around 40 pairs of bunny ears were made in order to find the perfect shade for Madonna.
Will you wear your bunny ears today? Happy Easter Everyone! xx
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Pretty & sweet; an assortment of beautiful headbands were on show during the Fall 2012 collections.
Headbands are the perfect accessory to invest in. Whether they have bows, embellishments, are bright or neutral – headbands play off beautiful dresses, handbags and shoes to perfection.
Opulently embellished headbands could be easily spotted at Dolce & Gabbana and Oscar de la Renta. Drawing attention to beautiful faces, embellished headbands add an splash of drama and sparkling delight to your look.
Meanwhile at Clements Ribeiro and Moschino Cheap & Chic (pictured above), headbands were much more minimalist. These knotted variations appeared only in black at Clements Ribeiro, while at Moschino Cheap & Chic pretty pastels added that extra teaspoon of sweetness to the collection.
Do you love headbands? Which is your favourite accessory?
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Easily one of the most popular hair styles of all time, the classic bob received a makeover at the Rodarte Fall 2012 runway presentation. Each model appeared with a sweetly tousled bob on the runway…
Taking a cue from the 1940’s, both in silhouette and styling, the model’s hair was swept up to just in-line with their chin.
Framing the face in soft waves, the bob is a timeless look that exudes elegance, sophistication and youthful frivolity.
To create the faux bob: the hair was first braided and tucked underneath, before the right side was set in waves using a three barrel or one-inch iron. The bend was then pinned with a hair comb.
Another hair highlight: the beautiful gold falling star accessories. Star brooches were buried in the models’ slightly disheveled hair, radiating beautiful feminie loveliness. The heavenly star combs also brought an edge to the collection with the unpolished metal adding subtle strength.
And the Shoes…
Also striking at Rodarte, the debut of their in-house shoe collection. After several seasons of collaborating with key shoe designers, from Nicholas Kirkwood to Christian Louboutin, the Mulleavy sisters’ shoe designs hit the runway.
The ladylike round-toe heels, featured two-tone metal; buckles; straps; and even sand! The heels were each subtlety unique and were made of plexiglass or filled with sand (below left) for a distinct take on the ‘Australian Outback’.
Photos from style.com