Not too long ago FashionTag has made its debut into menswear (click here to read more) and here we are, as promised, peaking into something a little bit more juicy and perhaps quite helpful when it comes to what you lovely gents are wearing in everyday life, on the streets, to work, to dates, to lunches or dinners. It’s time to look into men’s street styles right from Fashion Week, as snapped by the amazing & super talented Tommy Ton. If looking into catwalk shows & styles, in order to spot next season’s trends and know what to shop and what to wear, may appear a // READ MORE…

After one week of going round in circles over whether I should or should not do a post on Men’s Fashion (with Menswear Fashion Week and all that) I gave in. The reason behind my utterly disturbing incertitude was simple. I do not know men’s fashion. There I said it. Hold on.  I know when a man looks good, is well dressed, stylish & polished… but writing about it? Really? Not quite right down my street. Besides, here at FashionTag the focus has always been women’s fashion. But then… I had this revelation… FashionTag is about fashion & style, and I do have a few // READ MORE…

I’ve noticed how after each Fashion Week I tend to do an article and close-up on the street style of that particular fashion capital. Today though, I will venture into something else, as London Fashion Week has ended. So FashionTag will take you, my lovely readers from the British catwalks, behind the scenes of London Fashion Week Spring 2013. Though backstage peek is not a an estranged post to FashionTag… it has been a while, to be honest with you. This season London has given us all: plastic textures, 70s punk goddess’ inspirations, painted faces… And it all looked the part on the runways. Smooth, // READ MORE…

Ladies it’s been a pleasure I tell you. Yet before we say goodbye to London Fashion Week and plunge into the most glamorous and sensual city of fashion week (Milan– that’s you) here’s a look at some more established designers London offers us. Jonathan Saunders said Spring 2013 was ”the hardest collection I’ve ever done”. Known as the London master of print & forever innovator and seeker for new and original takes on his work,Saunders, remaining faithful to his legacy, experimented so much (good way) with this collection. It was a show of color on leather, laminate printed fabrics, cellophane textures, skin-looking tops, sci-fi metallic items. Models with vampire // READ MORE…

It went by just like that… London Fashion Week and I feel a bit numb to all the catwalk designer fuss and craze right now. To be honest with you first days were a bit chaotic- they always are at London Fashion Week, and I think it’s because being the 2nd FW you don’t know what to expect. Your vision had just got accustomed to NY’s designers & collections and one expects too much on the very 1st day of the next fashion capital. So until my sight and mind adjusted I had a hard time digesting through the 1st day. And now… at the end… I am in love. London // READ MORE…

The best places to see genuine style, imagination & fabulous ideas come to life (detail fashion wise) are the streets. And what better time of the year or better city to wallow in a sea of detail opulence & extravagance than New York at Fashion Week time! By courtesy of photographers Phil Oh via Vogue & Tommy Ton via style.com FashionTag brings all these details to you. How do the rich & famous adorn & spoil themselves? Or how do the worlds’ socialites and fashionistas (and you can add here bloggers, editors, stylists and journalists) dress up in flamboyant too expensive and rich-to-be-afforded accessories? How do // READ MORE…

Today London Fashion Week has officially started and before I plunge into its fashion forward & artsy collections I’d like to take the time and have some fun with you… Yes lovelies, it’s time for Street Style and not just anywhere but straight at New York Fashion Week. Call it an urban insight, a sip of style inspiration or just a fun thing before the weekend. As usual the crowd was packed with people pushing the boundaries and crossing them one too many times (in a good way) style wise. Susie Bubble‘s humble attitude & original take on outfits make her adoring, and the models before // READ MORE…

If yesterday’s peek into New York Fashion Week – Spring 2013 Collections was packed with knee-high sandals & retro inspired looks (quite understated may I add), today, for part II of New York’s fabulous Fashion Week we relish on strong basic colors & lots of black & white. Oh… and stripes. And a 60s vibe. And some bohemian feel. It’s classy. Serious. Future elegant & understated sensual. Jason Wu, the man responsible for 1st ladies outfits (Mrs. Michelle Obama amongst) has brought upon us quite a pleasant shock: leather & lace, harness, black nails, red lips, sheer textures, sexy sleek & strong outfits. Bit of a // READ MORE…

Another Summer reaches the end and before we know it here we are… loving the early September if not for its welcoming chill then for its glorious Fashion Weeks. Yes ladies, Autumn is here so the runways will be gracing us with the 2013 Spring collections. And it all starts in New York City! Crowds of editors, fashionistas, journalists, photographers, bloggers and all la creme de la creme de fashion world was making quite an entrance at this fashion week. From funky shoes to wild prints, caps, hats, jewellery, old expensive T-shirts, new-not-yet -on-the-market-to-die-for-items, crazy outfits,  expensive designs worn with looseness and nonchalance, but with // READ MORE…