Ashley Graham and Bella Hadid stun at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards
Red carpet or runway? The rising catwalk queen flashed a hint of her tanned skin thanks to the wraparound numbers fitted cut, while a thigh-high slash in the gown ensured that her endless legs also took a share of the limelight
1920's Women's Satin and Crepe Bar Shoes Pair of yellow satin and crepe bar shoes. Bar with pearl button over instep. Gilt brooch set with blue and red stones and crepe frill sewn on front (not professional probably theatrical trimming) Covered Louis heel.
The origin of the Creeper goes deep: first appearing after World War II, when soldiers rocked sturdy, crepe-soled military issue boots at London clubs—and did a dance called The Creep. In the 70s, the shoe’s distinctive look was adopted by various subcultures, including punk and goth. Fast forward to today: the women’s Masha Creeper is a fashion-forward look inspired by the goth subculture’s penchant for strappy boots. It’s perfect capper to your mysterious Victorian air, with a chunky…
Dress, Peggy Hoyt, New York, 1928. Turquoise silk georgette over aqua crepe-backed satin. Aqua lace embroidered with gold thread at hem and neckline. Large rhinestone bows on left side. Dropped waistline and slightly uneven hem with longer panels on left side. Machine- and hand-sewn. Shoes of turquoise silk, with rhinestone & metal decorations, are by Edward Cohen, and were made to match dress. Rhinestone-studded Cuban heels. Wayne State Univ.