Allow me to diverge temporarily from the topic of replica handbags. Although it`s not exactly cold per se here in Miami over the winter, it is a little chillier than we`re used to in the evening time (dropping to a frigid 60º!). And fortunately this temperature jives perfectly with my current obsession, silk scarves. To be honest, around this time of the year I get a little bit of scarf-envy when I see all of these fashionistas in colder-climates rocking luscious designer scarves. While not exactly a necessary addition to the Miami winter wardrobe, a good silk scarf can be utterly fabulous and just enough flare to spruce up a minimalist ensemble with a shock of color. Fortunately for me, the new line of Louis Vuitton leopard scarves are just divine, and the Hermes silk scarves might even have the LV ones beat. Replica handbags don`t comprise the only replica Louis Vuitton and replica Hermes products that are worth looking out for. Viva replica designer scarves!
The 2011 replica Louis Vuitton scarves feature sexy leopard prints and come in three colors: Rouge Fauviste, Blanc Corail, and Bleu Infinite. Frankly, I can`t decide which one I love best—but luckily, with the prices of replica Louis Vuitton, I can likely afford all three! The beauty of these beauties are their perfect balance of flamboyant and subdued. These silk marvels can add a much-needed dose of personality to your look without overpowering it. In a word, fabulous. But these airy, flowy marvels aren`t the only replica designer scarves on the block.
I`ve been gravitating towards replica Hermes more and more lately, and these Hermes scarves have got me positively giddy. There is just so much originality packed into these elegant accessories, and such a variety of designs—it`s enough to make your head spin. I might even be so bold as to say that replica Hermes scarves might top the replica Louis Vuitton scarves on my Christmas list this year. Do you agree?
Hot or Knot? Fabulous Versatility of Replica Hermes Scarves
One of the best things about these accessories are their versatility. There are simply so many ways to wear a replica Hermes silk scarf! You can tie it in a bow, wear it as a cape, halter, or bandeau top, or even fashion it into a schoolgirl-style tie. But my favorite way to where a fabulous replica silk scarf is known as a “rosette.” This braided technique takes a bit of practice, but looks utterly impressive and is sure to kick your ensemble up a notch. What`s your preferred way of rocking a silk scarf? And do you prefer the replica Louis Vuitton 2011 leopard scarves or the replica Hermes silk scarves?
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Every time, Louis Vuitton launch a new set of handbags, accessories, shoes, outfits and other items, they always show us different place and different street artists. For the handbags, we all know the famous and popular Louis Vuitton Alma handbags in London, Pairs and Shanghai Street artists. And for the 2013 Fall Louis Vuitton X Scarves, Louis Vuitton has collaborated with three street artists: Eine from London, eL Seed from Tunisia and Eko Nugroho from Indonesia. They were invited to design Scarves from the Louis Vuitton fall/Winter 2013 Collection.
The New Coverup- Louis Vuitton Taps Liu Wen for a new lookbook showcasing its collaboration with three street artists for a capsule collection of scarves. The words “Great Adventures” are printed in bright and bold colors for Eine’s piece, depicting the excitement for traveling. In June, Louis Vuitton opened a pop-up store exclusive to Textiles at Selfridges to celebrate the collaboration. the Lv scarves will be available in Louis Vuitton online storesthis Fall. You will can find it at purselvforum.com in a great price.
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Louis Vuitton Brand not only famous by its leather items, but also the accessories like scarves also very popular and hot in the world. Add a splash of color to your ensemble as you transition to the balmier days of Spring with this fashion and fresh Louis Vuitton Scarves and some of the most talented street artists around. Scoured from all over the world, the result of the partnership between these artists are scarves emblazoned with graffiti-inspired prints that are stunningly individualistic and beautiful in their own way, while referencing some of the French fashion house’s most emblematic motifs.
Californian graffiti-slash-writer Retna has created a lovely pastel-hued stole that mixes the ancient and the contemporary, with symbols that are an amalgamation of Incan and Egyptian hieroglyphics, Arabic, Hebrew and Asian calligraphy and modern graffiti. Louis Vuitton has given Retna free rein to reinterpret the House’s logo, resulting in a unique signature that is both the artists’ and the French maison’s.
Next Up, us-based Japanese artist Aiko’s aesthetic is as colorful and vibrant as her background. Her creation for Louis Vuitton marries contemporary American graffiti with traditional icons that will be familiar to those acquainted with Japanese culture.Famed for her manga-tinged work, the scarve’s large, multi-hued chrysanthemums are of course a nod to that most symbolic of national flowers, and their psychedelic ombre petals are also reminiscent of the fireworks synonymous with North America’s Independence Day celebrations. Integrated into the intricate scarf are the famousLV monogram and “sprouse” print, and the pink-and-white polka-dotted “kiss” in Kanji characters is a nod to the pop art movement.
Finally, A big duo in the graffiti art community in Brazil, their style is, as you can tell by the piece they created above, very much influenced by hip-hop culture and the Brazilian pixacao movement.The mosaic silk square features a vivid repetitive pattern that cleverly makes use of Louis Vuitton’s Monogram flower, which frames a center portion filled with multiple suns and moons, a touching reference to the strong personal and professional bonds between the two twin brothers. illustrate equilibrium and balance, representing the two twin brothers.
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