Here are a few photos to remember Anthony by, from his visit to my island Jamaica.
Rip in Peace Anthony you were loved and well respected. Keep traveling to Parts Unknown.
You will be missed.
Anthony Bourdain born in New city, June 25, 1956 – died June 8, 2018 in Strasbourg, France
Author: Best seller
Chef: world renown
Life: Well travelled
Kate Spade dead at 55! I am utterly shocked.
Kate was born Katherine Noel Brosnahan, but was known professionally as Kate Spade, she was an American fashion designer and businesswoman. She was the namesake and former co-owner of the designer brand Kate Spade New York. She and Andy Spade founded the Kate Spade New York in 1993 brand together. She sold 56% of the company to Neiman Marcus Group in 1999, and the rest of the company in 2006. In 2016, she and her partners launched a new fashion brand called Frances Valentine, she also went by the name Kate Valentine.
December 24, 1962 – June 5, 2018)
I have been designing fun T-shirts for years, and I must say I really enjoy doing so.
Take a look at my new collection, along with some style inspo below. I hope you like them.
French fries and soda anyone??
Check out these delicious earrings on ShopLawdamassey
French fashion house Céline’s creative director, Phoebe Philo, is leaving her position after 10 years, the house confirmed to the Guardian this afternoon, confirming months of speculation.
In a statement released by the label, Philo said that working with Céline “has been an exceptional experience”. She added: “I am grateful to have worked with an incredibly talented and committed team and I would like to thank everyone along the way who has been part of the collaborations and conversations … it has been amazing.”Philo is credited with turning around the fortunes of the brand, which was founded in 1945 and acquired by conglomerate LVMH – which also owns Louis Vuitton, Dior, Givenchy and Loewe – in 1996. Before her arrival in 2008, the house had seen several ready-to-wear designers come and go, including US designer Michael Kors, although none positioned the label as a global influencer and trendsetter as Philo did when she arrived.
Describing her designs as having a “back-to-reality” aesthetic, Céline became known for blending artistic expression with functionality, and, latterly, for redefining luxury fashion as minimal and stripped back, but always exquisitely executed.
Although a fiercely private character, Philo’s personal style also propelled specific items into the mainstream fashion zeitgeist – most recognisably the Adidas Stan Smith trainers that she often wore when she took a post-show bow. As such, she is credited with having had the most influence on our wardrobes (and those of fashion editors the world over) in the past decade.
cc The Guardian