Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiche’s Studio Style 2015

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiche’s Studio Style

polka dots Stefani designed with a very particular woman in mind: “Me!” she says. “This is the stuff that I really wear. It’s very selfish. It’s all for me.” Still, she very much would prefer that the line be known as L.A.M.B. rather than “Gwen Stefani’s line.”

“We didn’t want it to be just another celebrity tracksuit label,” Younger says.

Stefani has designed her stage wardrobe from the very start. “I was always competing with the guys, so I had to balance being taken seriously and ‘Show me your tits,’ ” she says. “And when I was younger I was a thrift-store junkie; I didn’t read fashion magazines or anything. I was tacky. Not until I became successful did I realize what an art fashion is.” She credits stylist Andrea Lieberman with streamlining her style and teaching her about the design process.

“I’m the songwriter and the performer,” Stefani says. “Singing’s more immediate, emotional and then the producer comes in. With design, I’m more like the producer. And it’s difficult to work on something for so long, you know? Do I really need to look at it again? But when people start to wear it, a new life comes back in. I think. Wow, they really are cute!

“I’m a baby at this,” she says. “I don’t expect a big bang. With fashion, I’m not playing by any of the rules, because I don’t know them.” betsy berne view abrielle Chanel began her career as a demimondaine claiming, “I was able to open a high-fashion shop because two gentlemen were outbidding each other for my hot little body” but she would go on to become the very definition of the self-sufficient career woman.

It was a new idea, of course: In the combustible years between the two world wars, the modern woman as we know her emerged liberated in thought, attitude, and looks. And, as is revealed in “Fashioning the Modern Woman: The Art of the Couturiere, 1919-1939,” opening February 10 at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, this identity was in large part created by pioneering designers, many of whom are now little known or forgotten.

“This was not only about a working-class girl making her way up the ranks at a dressmaking house,” says the show’s curator, Valerie Steele.

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiches Studio   Style 2015

Givenchy Triangle Large Clutch Bag

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiches Studio   Style 2015

Jacquie Aiche Bone Double Horn Cuff

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiches Studio   Style 2015

Jacquie Aiche Diamond Cluster Anklet

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiches Studio   Style 2015

Dimepiece Real Men Wear Pink Iphone Case

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiches Studio   Style 2015

Ray-Ban 2140 Original Wayfarer Sunglasses in Black

Rihanna Leaving Jacquie Aiches Studio   Style 2015

Maybe You Like Them Too

Leave a Reply