7 juin 2009

Links à la Mode: June 4th

I'm very pleased to be in the IFB weekly roundup with my story about Coco Chanel and René Mancini. So I thank a lot Debutante Clothing who did this History Fashion week's selection. Enjoy the links!!!

Idiosyncratic Style – Infatuation List: Top 5 May flowers

Bonne Vie - The history and technique of the bias cut
Miss Glitzy – The story and photos of creation of the first Chanel bi-color sandals in 1955
The Recessionista™ - Meets Norma Kamali and Previews her Summer Line for Walmart

A Typical Atypical – Shows us how to pack for a holiday

The Coveted - One Hot Unveiling from Benefit
Unfunded – Bullets for peace fashion show

MissRedLips – Swap Your Stuff: Someone’s junk is another person’s treasure

Couture Allure - Big hair from 1965
The Demoiselles – The dangers of creativity infringement

Retro Chick – Bargain hunting essentials

Workchic - Collaborates with Polyvore on what types of T-Shirts are appropriate to wear to the office!
Style Symmetry – An Interview with Beth Jones of The Vintage Society and Quicksilver Women

Dramatis Personae – The Art of Self
Hong Kong Fashion Geek – Stripper shoes - classy or trashy? Who can tell anymore?

Threadbared – History and the harem pant

Decline Designs – How to dye your hair crazy colors (and keep it that way)
V is for Olive - a look at the best lingerie shop in San Francisco
Style On the Street – Photographer Isabelle Bonjean

Debutante Clothing – How to market your vintage clothing shop through photography
Independent Fashion Bloggers - How has your blog evolved?

Un grand merci Debutante Clothing d'avoir sélectionné mon billet sur Coco Chanel et René Mancini dans ce Links à la Mode de l'IFB, spécial Fashion History, et d'être en si bonne compagnie.

5 commentaires:

Fashion Moment a dit…

Thank you darling! I hope you enjoy in my new blog. And, thank you for share those links!


M1 a dit…

Franchement cet article est digne des chroniqueuses de mode les plus confirmées ! j'ai adoré ce post, et comme je te l'avais dis, je me suis senti beaucoup moins con après sa lecture : )

Sarah a dit…

La sincérité et la passion, ma belle... Bravo !

Vendredi13 a dit…

Je n'avais pas commenté sur le post en question mais moi aussi je l'avais trouvé extrèmement intéréssant et très instructif. J'adore ta passion pour les shoes et leur histoire (alors que moi elles m'intéressent surtout quand elles sont à mes pieds!)


@ Fashion Moment: you're welcome!
@ M1: alors encore merci!
@ Sarah:merci!!!
@ Vendredi 13: j'ai un penchant pour l'histoire... mais moi aussi je les aime à mes pieds!!!