L.A.M.B Lovin’

L.A.M.B. BY GWEN STEFANI Fall 2011 Fashion Week Photos 497467
The lovely Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani’s RTW Fall 2011 line is the perfect balance between prints/color block/ and my all time fave- menswear. These are some of my favorite looks from her line she unveiled at MBFW 2011. Her line seems more sophisticated with the transition from menswear looks to the all black looks with a hint of gold jewelry to add to the plunging necklines. The fabrication is also exquisite for the fall pieces, Gwen just loves the prints- almost as much as I do 😉 Also, loved the rasta feel with the hats and accessories- taken from the vibe of her Spring collection, which I adore just as well!

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Vintage Gucci History

Gucci's Exclusive 1921 Collection

The New Bamboo Gucci Bag, refreshed with modern details, like hand-cut leather tassels and contemporary colors, requires 13 hours of work and is still crafted in the same way as the original. Amazing to say the least. More than 140 pieces go into every bag and each one of them is hand-assembled by a master Gucci artisan in Gucci’s Florentine workshops. The original bamboo bag came to life in post-war Italy when a ration on leather and other precious materials threatened to halt production.

Creating the one of a kind Bamboo handle for the bag. By heating the bamboo in an open flame, a perfect semi-circle can be formed.
 
First created in the1950s, the model became the preferred accessory for Jacqueline Onassis, who was photographed toting numerous versions throughout the 1960s. America’s former First Lady was so devoted to the style that the bag soon took on the name of the First Lady herself. Each New Jackie bag requires a minimum of seven hours and maximum of thirteen hours.
 
~~Now, that is my kind of History!