Spring Forward

Originally posted on Stylebug Daily:

Very often, pastels, neutrals and white rules the streets in the springtime. But one trend we’re loving this year is brights: not highlighter colors or anything goofy, but sophisticated brights. Even an all-neutral outfit with a pop of bright color will do the trick — we love it all. Mixing bold color with fab prints and textures is also something we’re loving — check out the polka dots and snakeskin textures below.

Some colors we’re taking note of: hot pink and cobalt blue. How would you rock these shades?


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In The World Of African American Fashion; Meet Designer Armando Cabral…

Adrian Sean:

Sometimes I literally wish I was a guy so I could wear his stuff. You know what? Screw it, I have a va-jay-jay, and I’m about to support another person of color in the fashion world. His stuff is too dope for just one gender.

Originally posted on Fashion.Style.Detroit (Want.Need.Crave...Fashion?):

Meet Designer Armando Cabral


“My shoes are made in the image of my own style”

Armando Cabral

Armando Cabra was born in the small West African nation of Guinea-Bissau in 1982, but raised in Lisbon, Portugal. In 2006 Armando moved to New York to pursue a career in modeling. He landed his first modeling gig with Meltin’Pot and Ozwald Boateng ad campaigns. He has walked the runway for many designers such as Michael Kors, Lacoste, Emanuel Ungaro among others. He also signed to an exclusive contract to do Calvin Klein’s show at the Milan fashion week. Armando has also been seen on the pages of J.Crew catalogue.

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Besides being seen on runways or in catalogues, Armando is also an entrepreneur. With his love of footwear, he has created a line of shoes branded, Armando Cabra. “I love shoes and I have always dreamt having my own brand.” With no formal education in shoe…

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Kate Moss for Alexander McQueen.

Adrian Sean:

Is the amazing house of Alexander McQueen making fun of voodoo dolls, and; as so many other companies have done in the past, turning the Caribbean culture into something that can be sold at Target? Or is Kate Moss just a boss as model who is crazy enough to hold her own doll with pins in its head?

Originally posted on The Para-Noir:

Kate Moss creates a haunting yet beautiful presence  with the new Alexander McQueen campaign. Bold colours combined with figure hugging leather and textures, it really creates a statement.


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