Thursday, March 31, 2011

Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2011 & Casting preview teaser



Oakazine presents - Buckler A/W '11

Monday, March 28, 2011

Men's hair Spring Summer 2011

There are numerous types of hairstyles out there for men. Although, it is not necessary for men to refashion their hairstyle every year, it has in fact become more typical to do so.  Indeed, nothing can be more stunning than a man looking orderly, neat and fashionable. Even when he’s wearing a plain shirt, faded jeans or an unsophisticated tux-he will still look stylish. With all the edgy hairstyles in 2011, there are so many to select from that will create an eye-catching appearance. So, the difficult part is to pick a hairstyle for you. Choosing the right haircut for yourself is hard because the hairstyle has to suit you. All those celebrities you see wearing the latest men’s hairstyles it doesn’t mean it will look good on you. Selecting the right hairstyle for yourself has to do with many factors. To mention a handful: age, style, and clothing that can effect what kind of 2011 hairstyle will suffice your appearance. There are several popular hairstyles out there so here’s some advice.

The latest men’s hairstyles, come in diversity of lengths. The trick is to find a hairstyle that will suit the shape of your face. You would probably keep a shorter back and sides, but the truth is-it is playing with the fringe itself. Just because nearly all men are seen with shorter hair, it doesn’t mean short hair will go good with every man.  Like I said before, your hairstyle has to follow the shape of your face and feature if you want the 2011 latest hairstyle for men to be achieved properly.  Here are many of the most popular latest men’s hairstyles: It is expected that the older looks for me are coming back with a new twist in 2011. For example, the reappearance of the slick back is returning for a clean-cut style. With the slick look, using brands of gel can generate an even fresher look. Looks that will remain a trend among men are the shaved and short cut. These two hairstyles provide a mature and clean look. If you want to add a slight update, go for it, but make sure it suits you.
The short crew cuts are still a hot hairstyle for some guys. the short crew cut can only work its magic if you have an oval facial shape with a normal head.  This look is simple to maintain and compose by just using a good handful of styling gel. For men with an abnormal shaped-head, big nose, ears or any other features you aren’t so proud of, the crew cut may not be the best choice because it brings more attention to those unfavorable areas. To men with long hair, longhaired hairstyles are inn too shoulder length. Locks of hair can only be pulled off with only non-frizzy and soft hair. The elegant hairstyles for men have been an all-time favorite. I recommend a buzz cut-long hair. That will create a marvelous look. 
Those are the many popular and latest men’s hairstyles for 2011-2012. You may be satisfied with the result. It would be best if you ask your hair dressers opinion of what style would be good for you. Make sure to keep your hair healthy and soft. Treat it well with the best shampoos and conditioners. Even men’s hair can use some luscious volume. You don’t have to modify your hair to a specific hairstyle. Just go with a different look now and then

"Rogue SS11" directed by Guy Aroch

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

A French Roll please (Return of the rolled up pant leg)

As a fashion statement, rolled-up pant cuffs can be traced back to the 50s and 60s when larger-than-life legends such as James Dean, Marlon Brando, and even Elvis, were immortalized in iconic photos depicting them in rolled pant cuffs. According to what we are seeing on the runway, it looks like rolled pants legs may be the new trend for the season. Doesn’t this remind you somewhat of the pegged leg jeans look from the 80’s? In 2nd  grade it was all about pegging one’s pants properly. In the ‘80s, it was called the “French roll.” Then later, we learned about rolling pants as a way of communicating whether one was interested in buying or selling drugs in the urban environment.
Now the high-water look is back, not for classroom popularity or less-than-legal purchases, but for high fashion! This masculine poor boy style is currently being sported by trendsetting ankles from Paris, Milan,London and NYC.
Style arbiter Jim Moore, GQ’s creative director, urges that the roll should look somewhat unintentional. “Consider how Johnny Depp might roll his pants.”
The look is likely attributable to  1. the ongoing style romance with a slightly impoverished look, in which one imitates the togs of an artist squatting in a loft in an abandoned factory and separated into different “rooms” with the help of thin partitions and  2. the popularity of fabulous shoes and sneakers for men and women alike. Don’t hide those bad boys under boot-cut cuffs! Show them off!
In the summertime, a nice set of rolled cuffs is also a great way to keep cool while out on the street or warm up again once you get into a chilly air conditioned office or movie theater. Photos top to bottom Marlon Brando "The Wild One" 1953, Billy Reid, Z Zegna, Gilded Age, Junya Watanabe, Balmain Viva La French Roll!



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