March 30, 2012

Braid

braid |brād|nouna length of hair made up of three or more interlaced strands women with long black braids.• a length made up of three or more interlaced strands of any flexible material :a flexible copper braid braids of garlic.verb [ trans. ]interlace three or more strands of (hair or other flexible material) to form a length :their long hair was tightly braided [as adj.( braided) horses with braided manes.[often as adj. ( braided) edge or trim (a garment) with braid braided red trousers.[usu. as adj. ( braided) (of a river or stream) flow into shallow interwoven channels divided by deposits of sediment.ORIGIN Old English bregdan [make a sudden movement,] also [interweave,] of Germanic origin; related to Dutch breien (verb).







Model: SolangePhotographer: Daniel GurtonHair and Make Up: Monica GingoldStylist: Sharina MatthewsSouce: fashiongonerogue.com


March 27, 2012

V-Neck

V-neck | vi nek|nouna neckline of a garment, having straight sides meeting at a point to form a V-shape.• a garment with a neckline of this type.DERIVATIVESV-necked adjective
V-Neck gowns by Elie Saab:



 Givenchy's:
Carlos Miele's:
V-Neck Dresses by Carolina Herrera:






 Donna Karan's:
 Naeem Khan:
 Oscar de la Renta V-Necklines:







Courtesy of vogue.it