Here we are once again at the Esmod Fashion Show’18, after the 3rd year that I’ve been selected to be part of the fashion show and not only, I had the chance to shoot their catalog collection for the selected garments. I was very impressed for all the collection and the design was really remarkable and very unique, seeing their creativity.
Esmod has become the worldwide leader in fashion education. By combining creativity and techniques throughout a network of 20 schools worldwide and contributes to the global influence of french fashion.
Despite what your mother may have told you when you were four years old, pasta necklaces are not always beautiful. They make noise when you move, they crack easily, and they can smell like stale dough. Yet despite the genre’s preschool association, New York–based designer Anna Pierce sees something different about strands of farfalle and bow tie noodles. “The owner of a pasta necklace needs to take care of it,” she explains. “This speaks to the preciousness of jewelry as a medium, without the preciousness of the actual material.” Pasta is just one of the unexpected materials Pierce works with. Others include latex, deadstock fabric, and industrial grommets. As she notes, “materials inherently dictate my designs, as I’m interested in creating value with unconventional items that are often ephemeral, unlike the typical precious metal and gemstone.”
Pierce graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2015 and began collaborating with her fashion designer friend Rafaella Hanley of Lou Dallas, whose collections Pierce has made jewelry for for three seasons and counting. Aside from her signature sculptural pasta necklaces, Pierce has also created a series of corsets, chokers, and bracelets inspired by what she describes as “a fictitious image of a doctor diagnosing a Victorian woman with a syndrome caused by excessive luxury.” All are sold exclusively at Planet X in lower Manhattan. “Each piece is named after Victorian slang words all beginning with the letter L—lemoncholy, lallygagging, lapwing, and lolliker—as I find this one of the more seductive sounds of the alphabet,” Pierce explains. Her process and aesthetic may skew childlike and playful, but there’s nothing infantile about her work. In fact, her eccentric pasta necklaces are adornments that any chic grown-up can wear with pride.
DIY Dolce & Gabbana Pasta Earrings
I remember this Spring 2012 Collection of Dolce & Gabbana they express their huge appetite for life (and Italy) with their Dresses printed with eggplants, tomatoes and hot peppers sauntered down the runway, Sophia Loren was heard singing the ever-so-cliché “Mambo Italiano”! Pasta earrings and accessories!? What a molto bene DIY! With just a quick trip to the supermarket and bead store, these kitschy but totally fun pasta earrings are a cinch to make.
several pieces of bow-tie (farfalla) pasta
a pair of flat earring posts or earwires
2 1.5″ eye pins
14-16 brass charms
a few black beads
10 jump rings
a 5/64″ drill bit
The first step is to drill holes into the pasta. Gently drill a hole into the two bottom tips of the bow-tie. Don’t worry if some chip – you’ll have a whole box to work with! After the edges are drilled, drill a hole through the center of the bow-tie. Make a few extra pieces of pasta in case any break during assembly.
Start assembling from the top by adding 3 jump rings to the bottom of the first charm. Attach an eye pin.
Thread the pin through the top of the pasta. Slide a bead onto the pin.
To create a wire wrapped loop, cinch the pliers at the base of the bead. Make a 90° bend in the wire to the left. Then wrap the wire around the right side of the pliers to create a loop. Pull the pliers out, pinch the loop, and tightly wind the wire clockwise around the base of the loop one or two times.
Using wire cutters, trim away any extra wire. There are now three places to attach charms.
Connect the charms in any pattern or sequence using jump rings.
An optional step is to glue little black beads to the middle of the charms. Glue the flat post to the backside of the top of the earring.
Repeat the steps for the 2nd earring and your pair is finished! Fun, right?
Cara Jocelyn Delevingne she is one of the models that I gather a lot of inspiration in modelling life, she was born in London (12 August 1992), England, to Pandora Anne (Stevens) and Charles Hamar Delevingne, a property developer. Her parents are both from prominent upper-class families, with her ancestors including Viscounts (Greenwood), Baronets (Hulton, Faudel-Phillips), Majors and Lord Mayors of London.
Delevigne is a fashion model, and the face of Burberry’s Beauty campaign. She was previously the face of Burberry’s spring/summer 2012 campaign and spring/summer 2011 campaign. She has been featured in advertising campaigns for other brands including H&M, Zara and Chanel. She also appeared on the catwalk for brands such as Moschino, Jason Wu, Oscar de la Renta, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi and Stella McCartney. Delevigne was on the covers of Vogue UK, Vogue Korea, i-D, Love, Russh, Jalouse and Style.com’s Spring 2013 issue. She also walked down the catwalk as a model at the 2012 Victoria’s Secret fashion show.
Delevigne is ranked #17 on models.com’s 50 Top Models (2013). She also won Model Of The Year 2012 at the British Fashion Awards.
ABAUT:Stunning fashion model who can be seen as the face of Burberry, Chanel, Moschino, Oscar de la Renta, and Stella McCartney. She was ranked #25 on models.com list of the top 50 female models. She was also cast as Margo in the 2015 film Paper Towns, Mermaid in the 2015 film Pan and Enchantress in the 2016 film Suicide Squad.
BEFORE FAME: She attended Bedales School in Hampshire, England.
Delevingne is openly bisexual. She is a self-described animal lover and following the high-profile killing of Cecil the lion in 2015, the actress auctioned her personal TAG Heuer watch, raising £18,600 for WILDcru.
Delevingne has a tattoo of her lucky number, the Roman numeral XII, on her side under her right arm, and “MADE IN ENGLAND” on the sole of her left foot.
At the Women in the World summit in October 2015, Delevingne spoke about her battle with depression which started when she was 15 years old. It was triggered when she discovered her mother’s drug addiction as a teenager. She found help at the age of 16. She left school for six months and agreed to go on medication, which she said might have saved her life.
List of the best Cara Delevingne movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Initially famous for her modeling career, Cara Delevingne made her acting debut in 2012’s Anna Karenina. Cara Delevingne’s highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world.
Quote inspiration by Cara Delevingne.
I always feel that life can teach you how to act. I’m always looking at life through other people’s eyes. By feeling empathy. And I do feel that I am constantly learning.
You have this one life. How do you wanna spend it? Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Dieting? Running after people who don’t see you? Be brave. Believe in yourself. Do what feels good. Take risks. You have this one life. Make yourself proud.
Stop trying to define who you are and just be.
Don’t worry, be happy! Embrace your weirdness.
The energy you give off is the energy you receive. I really think that, so I’m always myself – JUMPING, dancing, singing around, trying to cheer everybody up.