Newsletter - October 2005
INTERVIEW >>  Try to Walk in Her Shoes 
Most people agree that, some designers are way apart from others, with their way of thinking, creativity and their products through out the international design arena. One of these designers is Marloes ten Bhömer.
Few months ago, I met this young Dutch designer and asked her for this interview, glad that she accepted sincerely. I talked to her before her new exhibition which will be held during 18th - 23rd October 2005. Marloes ten Bhömer, is a 26 years old product designer who is focussing on bags...
 Dutch Catwalk
From Sidewalks to Catwalk - Dutch Catwalk
Stichting Revolving Fund Dutch Catwalk A
nnounces Its New Website
The Dutch Catwalk project is a non-profit Stichting Revolving Fund Dutch Catwalk cultural initiative aimed at promoting the Dutch Fashion industry, resources and talent.

The first of its kind, Dutch Catwalk will be an inspiring new publication which will finally capture the innovation, creativity and drive of the Dutch Fashion Industry and position it where it belongs - at the forefront of the international fashion world...
Essential and futile, rigorous and sensitive, the range vibrates in delicious tone-on-tones, resonates in opulent monochromes, awakens generous and restrained variations. 
Mineral, soft and greedy colours, fresco nuances and velvety mattness, half-tones and patinated acidulous shades, a tenderly tempered liveliness. Precious and warm polychromes, brownish, burnt, reddish...
A Colorless Spring? Not exactly... 
By Tandi TUAKLI*
New York Editor
Is beige the new black for Spring 2006 or perhaps the new pink? Along with the ruffles and tiered dresses, some of the most notable designers were showing Spring/Summer 2006 collections sprinkled with neutral tones during Olympus Fashion Week; mixed in amongst the cheery pastels were colors such as olive, tan and clove. In fact, Women's Wear Daily surveyed the Spring/Summer collections presented in New York and found that although pastels dominated the top ten colors used by most designers, sandollar came in the third and clove ranked eighth with 6%... 
*Tandi TUAKLI is from Fashion Institute of Technology. She's Fashion Trendsetter's new Editor and she will be reporting from New York. This week Mihrican DAMBA from Central St. Martins will also join our Fashion Team as the London Editor of Fashion Trendsetter. Editor in Chief, Senay TOPCUOGLU
Silent Revolution

Silent Revolution was officially launched in 2004 as an effort to create futuristic, minimal bags and clothing reflective of the digital age in which we live.
It was started by Andrea Toyias, a self-taught designer currently living in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and two cats.
After having lived in London for several years, Andrea moved back to the LA basin and quickly noticed the lack of choice in the marketplace for minimal, sophisticated, cyber-influenced clothing and accessories.
An avid fan of electronic music, she wanted to create a style that would reflect the music and lifestyle she enjoyed... 
Bodywear and
Legwear Trends
As multi-faceted as a jigsaw, the new collection from Wolford, ranging from elegant classic and natural looks through to glamorous flamboyant styles. 
The new legwear styles interpret the different demands women place on their wardrobes. All boasting the immaculate style and beauty synonymous with Wolford.

Triumph International
Fashion Award 2006
Mozart is Rococo. The superstar of the 18th century embodies the eroticism of the Triumph Fashion Award 2006: he loves to be in love, playfully, and open for all the beautiful seductions ...
Brazil-Born Rafael Gomes is the Winner of the Triumph Fashion Award 2005  
Rafael Gomes' South American joie de vivre, sensuality and refreshing new style have convinced 11,000 fashionistas and 19 fashion experts from Europe, USA, Asia and New Zealand...
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