Архив Май 2010

Get Futuristic Mr. Bradshaw

Anthony Suncin, professionally known as Mr. Bradshaw has a unique approach to fashion attracting a wide celebrity clientele.
As a true artistic soul, Mr. Bradshaw finds creative expression through various outlets such as fashion and his latest venture as a recording artist.

Mr. Bradshaw has styled many Hollywood celebrities and continues to build on his reputation as a sought after wardrobe extraordinaire by being fabulous at what he does: STYLING. His more popular clients consist of The Hogan Family, Blake Lively from recently released “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, The Kardashian family, Nancy Odell, recording artist Teyana Taylor, Tila Tequila, actor Brian White, Pooch Marion Hall, Mity Foxy Doll from the Pussycat Dolls and Kat de Luna. He’s also done numerous fashion editorial spreads for fashion and entertainment publications such as Ocean Magazine, Krave Magazine and The Locker Magazine.

Mr. Bradshaw has had his hand in many creative platforms. He’s styled music videos for artists such as New Jersey Devil, participated in ad campaigns for NOH8 as well as produced ground breaking fashion shows.

Most recently, Mr. Bradshaw took on the role as head stylist for LA Fashion week’s debut of Le Chapeau by Alakazia. His alluring showcase created a buzz all through the fashion world.Mr. Bradshaw reinvents style with his fashion forward spin on looks that provoke attention. He works his styling as an art piece, improvising and creating amazing looks that stun the spectators as they experience a stroke of genius.  Looking to create masterpieces, Mr. Bradshaw continuously seeks inspiration from all avenues of artistic expression.

Mr. Bradshaw’s focus comes from the love of what he does. He dreams, eats, walks and lives fashion every moment of his life. Mr. Bradshaw is building an empire and is prepared to take over the entertainment industry.
His motto, “Never miss an opportunity to make a statement” encapsulates the driving force of who Mr. Bradshaw is.

P.S. Mr. Bradshaw official client list:

Pooch Hall
Brooke Hogan
Nick Hogan
Tila Tequila
Raz B
Columbus Short
Brian White
Tatyana Ali
Karina Smirnoff
Meagan Good
Natalie Nunn
Kendra (Bad Girls Club)
Kim Zolciak
Carmit Bachar

Check Mr. Bradshaw OFFICIAL website: http://themrbradshaw.com/

Get Futuristic Steven Cornellz Casablanca Strawder

Steven Cornellz Casablanca Strawder — is absolutely, definitely the DESIGNER to watch in 2010! He is current sensation, blowing at Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week 2010. If fashion is a true reflection of adaptation, than StevieBoi proves to be a timeless emblem of trend.  With retrospect and illusion, Stevie Boi has infused futuristic elements with geometrical lines that redefine alternative style. The line, Toxic, which launched in 2007 is totally owned and operated by Stevie Boi himself and champions supernatural innovation with eclectic remixes of alter personas.  Never to be duplicated the
designs embody individuality, gaining the attention of a huge demographic uninterested in being any thing less than themselves. From the edgy accessory line, the signature galactic shades and intermingling of clashing looks, Stevie Boi designs stand alone in a world where imitation is imminent. Stevie Boi apparel was sold alongside Bluecotton.com and proved to once again be accepted as the unrivaled model of futuristic expression.  Citing the fluidity of art as his inspiration, Stevie Boi reminds us that; To a true innovator, there is no limit to what-and how-one can create.


He’s clients are best people in industry like Lady Gaga, Rasheeda, Amber Rose, Teyanna Taylor, Trina, Yung Joc, Tieraa Marie, Lisa Raye, Meagan Good, Mark Holiday, Trendsetter (the producer), Columbus Short, Ester Dean, B-Scott, Michelle Rodriguez, RosaAcosta, MarcusPaulk, Angela Burciaga, Kandi, Dawn Richards, (DirtyMoney) Kandi Burruss , Paulacampell, YoungB, Tila Tequila, New Boyz, Tiffany Evans, Eva Marcille Pigford, JOJO, Rye Rye, D woods, Eletrick Red, and Angel Lola Luv.


Get Futuristic Adam Lambert

Roman Kremer And Mykita Romain Sunglasses On Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert posed for Flaunt magazine wearing a pair of Romain sunglasses. This eyewear is part of Mykita’s collaborative designs with Roman Kremer for spring and summer 2010 collection. This is the type of eyewear that literally shades your eyes from the sun.

Romain sunglasses is not the typical shades you see every day. Not close, but I say somewhat an inspiration to shutter sunglasses. As seen in the picture, it has four semi-closed venetian, blinds-like lenses. And around it is a thick frame with flat upper rim. In the middle is a bridge that is connected to the upper rims. This stainless steel eyewear arrives in dual colors white with blue, and black with white.

The Romain sunglasses of Roman Kremer and Mykita come in limited pieces. So make sure you go and buy yourself one before it gets sold out! This eyewear sells around $200 or more on retail. I haven’t seen online shops offer this eyewear, so I guess you can rely more from retail stores.

Mykita Romain Sunglasses

Mykita Romain Sunglasses

Mykita Romain Sunglasses

After spotting Adam Lambert in Flaunt Magazine wearing Roman Kremer Mykita, we have spotted him again wearing a different eyewear. The sunglasses I was talking about is the intriguing Barracuda from A-morir—the eyewear famously worn by Rihanna.

The A-morir Barracuda sunglasses is a pair of eyewear that is intriguingly lens-less. In front has shield style with oversized outline. Instead of lenses, the Barracuda has series of metal pyramid-shaped studs that covers even the temples. This eyewear arrives in black, gold and silver.

I’m pretty sure you are all interested if you can see through this eyewear. So all I can describe to you is that it is like looking through a net-like vision with small holes. You can buy this in A-morir retail and online store for $350.

A-morir Barracuda On Adam Lambert

A-morir Barracuda On Adam Lambert

P.S. Plus bonus for Adam Lambert fans — few cool photos we find in internet:


A-morir Sioux Lace Sunglasses

We have seen Rihanna already sporting this unusual pair of Sioux Lace sunglasses. So we are not surprised at all to see that Lady Gaga would wear one too! Knowing these two fashion forward ladies, we expect them to accessorize with something eye-catchy and unique.

I just noticed it now, but this eyewear is inspired by the 8th or 14 vintage sunglasses from Linda Farrow. Distinctive vinyl or exhaust-like design on the thick and flat temples resembles it well. Even the front shield lens is like a carbon copy. But what makes the A-morir version different is the black lace cover and translucent temples.

Dare to be unique and fabulous with this refreshing sunglasses style from A-morir! The Sioux Lace eyewear is worth $210 online, but may probably cost you more on retail.

A-morir Sabotage

Rihanna was spotted wearing the A-morir Sabotage sunglasses when she posed for Italian Vogue magazine. On a different event, Kid Sister was also spotted in this eyewear. Since we already know much about Rihanna, I’d give you a short background of Kid Sister. She is a rap artist who had a hit single last 2008 entitled “Pro Nails,” which features Kanye West. That same year, she was nominated for BET Awards Best Female Hip Hop Artist.

Anyway, the Sabotage model from A-morir is a shield-styled sunglasses. It has a single lens in skull fit with light or dark tints. And this lens is encased in semi-rimless acetate frame with series of crystals and spiky metal studs on the end pieces. On each side is a Linda Farrow-like styled temples with ventilation mechanism, which looks venetian and blind-like in the middle. It only arrives in colors black and translucent gray.

Get yourself a fashionable and Italian Vogue-featured sunglasses! I know it is off the edge, but it’s cool to wear one once in a while, right? This A-morir famous Sabotage sunglasses is now available on online. This eye accessory is worth $600 online.

Lady GaGa and Hussein Chalayan Spring 2009 Sunglasses

Again, we have here Lady Gaga wearing an extraordinary eyewear. I love how she sets her own trend while people around her try to follow her every move. Anyway, she is wearing a Scott Wilson designed sunglasses for Hussein Chalayan 2009 eyewear collection. The designer said “The idea was to create something which gave reference to sunglasses without being real sunglasses,” when asked about his inspiration in creating the Hussein Chalayan 2009 sunglasses.

The Hussein Chalayan 2009 sunglasses have an unusual and very original design. Unlike the usual eyewear, this one does not have lenses. Instead, it has horizontal or circular-shaped holes for you to like take a peek in. It arrives in colors yellow, white, blue and black.

I know it is not the safest eyewear you’ll ever find. But fashion wise, this one will keep you most updated! To those who are interested, browse our site next time for more information. But if you do know more details about this eyewear, we will appreciate it if you share what you know.

Rihanna - A-morir - Love/Hate

Here we have for you another sighting of Rihanna wearing unique and cool sunglasses. This time she is still wearing the ones from A-morir. So from laced lenses, Baracuda and spikes, she is now sporting a Love/Hate Convertible Chain sunglasses that somehow match really well with her new haircut.

The sunglasses is an oversized shield frame. Its two lenses are lightly shaded, and are cased in acetate frames embellished with crystals. It may sound ordinary, but the long thick chain necklace on the upper rims makes it otherwise. You can wear it while the necklace is at the back—just like your old grandma’s reading glass. But you can also wear it with the necklace in front for added accent to your outfit.

To those who are interested in this innovated sunglasses from A-morir, you can get if for $250

Lady Gaga In Alpina Goldwing DBGM Sunglasses

Until now, this intriguing Lady Gaga’s Alpina sunglasses has been giving us a hard time trying to find these babies online. Knowing her, she would usually prefer to have an exclusive accessory and clothing. This Alpina is a 1980s style vintage Goldwing sunglasses model. I found it posted at Gaga Daily Fashion last October, and I commend her so much for pulling off such a sunglasses!

The Goldwing sunglasses may seem rimless but it’s not; instead, it showcases a thin metal wire that are closely attached to the spectacles. These oversized shield lenses have point-cornered lower rims that slightly resemble aviator types. At the back of the glasses is a semi-A-like letter vertical bridge that resembles an Alpina logo. On the end pieces, meanwhile, is a thick asymmetrical square with small metal Alpina logo. The hinges, which are placed near the end pieces, have two metal wires that are joined together at the temple tips.

Unfortunately, there is still no sighting for this awesome and sought-after eyewear. But since we are unable to give you the price, we are guessing that this eyewear would probably cost $100 and above. To those who are interested in these glasses, please check back for updates. And for those who know where to find it and how much it costs exactly, please leave your comments below.

Versace 1990s Model S76 on Lady Gaga, The Futuristic Collection

The 1990’s Versace design of S76 is something to look forward to as eccentric dresser Lady Gaga was spotted wearing a futuristic eyewear from Versace. It is an eyewear that expresses a different dimension in expressing yourself through fashion. This gives a new meaning to your individuality.

Model S76 is Italian-made from circa 1990s. It has a shield-slanted square frame and black lens with fixed nose pads. It bears a metal gold bar on top of its frame that is extended to almost half of its temple, making it appear futuristic. The original Versace logo is attached on the tip of its slightly thick arms. It has a front size of 153mm x 55mm, as well as a 130mm temple. This sunglasses is available in super black and gold.

This is considered vintage since this was created back in the 90s, and costs a whopping $638 with tax included. A good price for an eyewear by one of the world’s most trusted signature brands.

Trend Alert: Futuristic Eyewear

Our trend radar has spotted a new trend for this season — futuristic eyewear will be the next big thing in the fashion world! A style that epitomize one decade of 21st century.

Fergie ‘Black Eyed Peas’ often seen with futuristic sunglasses,

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Sunglasses for Dior Homme Spring /Summer 2009

Dior Homme S/S 2009

This Dior Homme eyewear collection for Spring/Summer 2009 is one of all futuristic sunglasses out there to look out for. Though they look like ski goggles or might be scuba gear, there is something about it that makes people crazy to buy them ASAP whatever the price is, perhaps because they only produce 500 pair each color.
Available in 5 different colors :
white, magenta, orange, black and blue

Kanye West at American Music Awards and Busta Rhymes preforms with the «It» sunglasses on,
Bernhard Willhelm «Mask» Sunglasses

Other colors:

via: ajurettemagablog

Get Futuristic shades from Maison Martin Margiela

The high profile fashion house Maison Martin Margiela showcased their talents with the introduction to eyewear in the summer of 2008, a la Geordi La Forge from Star Trek “The Next Generation”. Ah yes, the fashion houses L’Incognito sunglasses had all the lil girlies going broke last summer in dire need of getting their hands on a pair of the fierce shades.

Their out of the box approach to eyewear continues with a new collection of innovative and cutting edge designs – taking eyewear to the realm of art form. Their futuristic sunglasses can be rocked from the runway to the streets, and I have a feeling that we will be seeing him on fashionistas in the months to come.

Looks like Kim wearing it too,

Kim Kardashian

Sci-Fi Shades: Maison Martin Margiela (L’incognito) Spring/Summer 2008

L’incognito sunglasses around $500

These are the first sunglasses collection from Maison Martin Margiela for Spring/Summer 2008 and have been made in collaboration with the Italian company, Marcolin, one of the leaders in eyewear market and well-known for the quality of it’s fabrication.

This collection name L’incognito sunglasses, is made from a solid piece of polycarbonate. Besides silver, they are also available in black and bronze.

Paris Hilton and Amber Rose had spotted wearing their ‘StarTrek-inspired’ sunglasses,

Paris Hilton

Amber Rose at London Fashion Week 2009

via: joonbug




She’s half a rock star, half a rock star’s girlfriend. She’s 24. She’s a songwriter. She’s a singer. She’s a pianist. And she’s crazy. A RETRO DANCE FREAK. She has ears made of classic-rock, a voice of the 60s, the moves of a Brit-Disco queen, and a heart made of doo-wop and strawberry milkshakes. If GaGa had it her way, retro would be a noun, and pop just a cute name for soda—not a dirty word.

This lady is a tiny person with a big voice, a flair for fashion, and a lot of love to spread. She was discovered during one of many wild performances in 2006, dancing at the piano in her trade-mark spanky pants and black eyeliner—the hypothetical lovechild of David Bowie and Jerry Lee Lewis. Soon after, GaGa signed with multi-platinum producer, Rob Fusari.

Her debut album is a hip-hop infused pop-lovers dream. The album combines her love of Beatles’ melodies with retro dance beats, plastic synth sounds, and a corky rock piano style that solidifies her as a true pop queen. Any girl who names herself after a Queen song sparkles my world.

Her motto is «Changing the world — one sequin at a time.»

— What planet is she from?

«I was auditioning for a guy at Virgin, and he said, «I’ve read so much about you — apparently you’re the talk of town!» And I sat down and played the piano, and by the time the song was finished, everybody in the room was looking at me like, «It’s all good! You nailed it!» Except this guy, who just stared at me and said «What planet are you from?» And not in a funny-ha-ha way, either. And I took it as a wonderful compliment, because it was so new to him and so different that he couldn’t even wrap his brain around it!»

-Lady Gaga

«When you make music or write or create, it’s really your job to have mind-blowing, irresponsible sex with whatever idea it is you’re writing about at the time.»

—Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga says she can’t understand why people think her outrageous fashion sense gives her sex appeal.

«I just don’t feel that it’s all that sexy. It’s weird. And uncomfortable. I look at photos of myself, and I look like such a tranny! It’s amazing!

«I look like Grace Jones, androgynous, robo, future fashion queen. It’s not what is sexy. It’s graphic and it’s art.

«I don’t really think anybody’s d*** is hard, looking at that. I think they’re just confused and maybe a little scared.»

«I’m really free-spirited about love and sexuality, which I think is apparent in my music, and even the visuals, which are all very androgynous,» she tells PopEater. «But the minute you say something about who you are, people think you’re just playing the ‘edgy card’ and that’s not what I want people to think of me as. I want them to think fashion, pop culture, avant-garde, fearless — the girl who brought the straight boys into the gay club.»

—Lady Gaga

Lady GaGa has been left «devastated» — after her famous Versace sunglasses were stolen.

She told London’s Metro newspaper that that her favorite fashion accessory went missing during the Pussycat Dolls’ European tour, which she is currently performing on as a support act.

«The only downer was that my Versaces were stolen,» she said. «I’m so devastated I can barely talk.

«If anyone knows where my Biggie Smalls Versace glasses are I’ll make them the star of my next video!»

Lady Gaga says: «My mum calls me Gaga now.

«My family really respect all the hard work and achievements I’ve done so to them I am GaGa. I think it’s cute that they call me that.»

GaGa recently compared writing a new song to dating a «few men at once.»

«Writing a record is like dating a few men at once,» she said. «You take them to the same restaurants to see if they measure up, and at some point you decide who you like best.»

Source: showbizspy.com

If you like Lady Gaga, this is a must!

Space Princess

Space Princess

Metallics are indeed hot this season. Lady Gaga transcends the trend and brings the metallic motif to a startling new level. Would the average woman feel comfortable wearing a lightening bolt shooting through their chest? We’re not sure, but we do love the idea of being a silver shining star.


Clothing designs from the FUTURE

Well all right, not literally from the future. But they sure look like it! I am fascinated with unique and beautiful fashions that look as though they walked out of a science fiction movie. It inspires my imagination and brings out my creativity because it’s new and original.

Not only that, but fashion has been implementing technology more recently to create clothing that recharges itself, changes color based on your mood or surroundings, and blinks and makes noises based on external stimuli. What do you think?

Thermochromatic Clothing

Next-generation threads may soon give a whole new meaning to the phrase «change your clothes»-advanced new fibers that can change color with a flip of a switch.

The threads may one day be used to make clothing that suits the wearer’s mood or to allow a person to blend in with the environment.

The concept is similar to the way light-sensitive eyeglass lenses darken when exposed to sunlight.

The threads, created from materials known as electrochromic polymers, change color in response to an electric current, said Gregory Sotzing, a professor of polymer and organic chemistry at the University of Connecticut in Storrs.

«The part we’re getting into is the wearable display, a flexible fabric display,» Sotzing said.

An article on the research appears in the April 9 issue of New Scientist magazine.

The threads work because the polymer absorbs light across a range of visible wavelengths (related photos: the power of light).

When voltage is applied, the polymer’s electrons are raised to a higher energy level. In this state the fibers absorb light of different wavelengths, and the color changes.

«You can tune color by tuning the chemistry,» Sotzing said.

Flexible Fibers

Electrochromic polymers have been made before, Sotzing said. But the polymers are very rigid and can’t be spun into fibers using conventional means.

«In order to spin a fiber, what you need is high viscosity [of the polymer],» he said.

«You need polymers to entangle with each other, and that’s hard to do with a rigid polymer.»

Trying to get a rigid material to spin into a thread, he explained, is like trying to twist together strands of uncooked spaghetti.

Researchers tried pressing electrochromic polymers into thin cylinders, but the fibers they created using this technique were rigid and extremely short-about 0.004 inch (0.01 centimeter) long.

Sotzing and his colleagues therefore developed a method to add electrochromic properties to conventional flexible polymers after they have been spun.

A regular polymer, such as nylon, is spun into a thin thread up to 0.62 mile (1 kilometer) long. As it emerges from the spinner, the scientists add groups of carbon and sulfur atoms to the thread.

The atom groups are like balls dangling from the strand. Applying an oxidant to the «decorated» threads causes the chemicals to react in such a way that the thread becomes electrochromic.

«When the balls are connected together, that’s your electrochromic material,» Sotzing said.

The process, he adds, can produce threads at any size-from nanoscale to conventional-size threads used in clothing.

Chameleon Clothes?

To date, Sotzing and his colleagues have developed fibers that can go from orange to blue and from red to blue. Eventually Sotzing aims to conquer the entire spectrum of visible color.

In theory these fibers and a small number of thin metal wires could be woven together in a crisscross pattern that resembles pixels.

A small battery and controller attached to the wires could then change the electric field around each pixel of fiber, changing the colors to create a pattern that matches the wearer’s environment.

Right now, Sotzing said, «we don’t have a t-shirt that changes color.»

But ultimately he hopes to secure funding to weave the threads into a «fabric that can breathe-have air go in and out while the thing is changing color.»

Manuel Marquez is an adjunct professor of bioengineering at Arizona State University in Tempe. He collaborated with Sotzing on developing this technology.

Marquez sees the fibers as having applications for flexible displays, such as computer screens, that don’t become distorted when pressed.

«It’s a way potentially to have a display you can bend literally and still get lifelike quality, nondistorted images,» he said.

In addition to changing color when electricity is applied, Marquez says, the polymers can also change color in response to changes in the environment.

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source: news.nationalgeographic.com