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To find your own signature style is to embrace fashion in the best way. Fashion is meant to be fun and enjoyed. Its ok to take risks and be inventive along the way. It’s the key to finding your own true style. Shop for your shape. Respect who you are, how you are built, and work with your best assets. Learn to accept them, maximize them, and minimize the rest.”
I told New Zealand’s @coupdemain Magazine “Working on ‘Sex And The City’ was like earning a PHD in costume design…”
“Patricia Field pushed the boundaries of style on television with a certain level of embellishment that brought to life a portrayal of character that can only happen through clothing, while Sarah Jessica Parker was a stickler for proper fit, without which a petite actor can be easily gobbled up by her garments.”
#TUESDAYTREND: I GAVE @redbookmag TIPS ON A TREND YOU’LL LOVE: MIXING PRINTS A LA BLAIR WALDORF! XOXOE
VOILA BLAIR WALDORF:
Queen of the Paris Mix and Match!
I literally love her iconic style and fabulous print mixing savy. This mixed up Moschino ensemble is one of my favs! Delicieuse! She knows the ultimate secret to keeping her print mixing and matching looking savvy and sophisticated is to use discretion in how she pairs her pieces. She keeps the proportion of her patterns consistent, and keeps her tones together and her color palette controlled. She follows this rule all the way, with apropos accessories: a Chanel bag, beret and Louboutins bien sur! J’adore!
THE BIRTH OF “THE CLEAVAGE RHOMBUS”
“Who needs accessories when you have an amazing Couture cut out tuxedo by Maxime Simoens?! Serena is no nonsense in this episode, so I wanted her formal wear to be fierce, severe, and traffic-stopping,” Daman explains. “New York Magazine actually called me the inventor of the “Cleavage Rhombus” for this inspired couture creation. So be it! I wanted her looking FIERCE!”
SPOTTED: SERENA BEFORE THE FOUNTAIN! See more fabulous fashions worn by Blake Lively as Serena Van Der Woodsen…
PS: Was there a bit of #Fashion411 you can’t live without? Ask me here at ASK ERIC!
DON’T APOLOGIZE! ACCESSORIZE!
The night I hosted Fashion’s Night Out with Vera Wang in her NYC Soho boutique I had the pleasure of meeting jewelry designer Magdalena Stokalska. Vera and I each invited a handful of our respective Twitter followers, and Magda was among those on my list, chosen to join in the festivities on that nights special occasion. One thing led to another and we received sample pieces from Magda’s jewelry collection. Goes to show you, if you’re open to new possibilities, expanding your horizons, and you’re prepared… you can go just about anywhere you want to go.
Watch Carrie get ready for the school dance in The Carrie Diaries “Caught” and “The Long Winding Road not taken” on the CW’s website.
PS: Was there a bit of #Fashion411 you can’t live without? Ask Eric?
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: ‘The Carrie Diaries’ Eric Daman Reveals His Secrets For Dressing The Most Stylish Stars In Hollywood!
Many have said the clothes were a fifth character on “Sex and the City.” The same holds true for “Gossip Girl” and “The Carrie Diaires.” And when iDesignTimes talked to Eric Daman this week we found out that fifth character is developed just as methodically as any script. But instead of words there are sequins, sparkle and lots of prints.
“I totally fell in love with the velvet and pearl,” Daman told InStyle.com. “They’re so ‘80s aspirational.”
THE SHOE MUST GO ON!
The teen Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) receives her first pair of Manolos in this week’s “Hush, Hush” episode of The Carrie Diaries, a scene so momentous, costume designer Eric Daman had to find just the right pair of shoes. His pick? A pointed-toe, green lime green design, embellished with teardrop pearls and gemstones. “Talk about light on her feet! This shoe is practically illuminated from within!” Watch Carrie slip into her first pair of Manolos in The Carrie Diaries “Hush, Hush” episode on The CW.
Read the full article by Jennifer Davis and see Carrie’s transformation at InStyle.com.
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