01 mars 2006

Film vietnamien primé à Bangkok

Du 16 au 26 Février, au Festival du Cinéma de Bangkok 2006, le film vietnamien "Hêt mua roi bao lâu"  (Combien de temps pleut-il) titre  international "Bride  of  Silence" des deux réalisateurs viet kiêu Đoàn Minh Phượng et Doàn Thành Nghia, a remporté le prix du Meilleur Film de l’AseanCe film n’est pas à son premier succès. Au Festival international du film de Rotterdam (Hollande) il a reçu le Prix Spécial du JuryAu 10èmeFestival international du Film de Kerala en Inde, les deux... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2006

Andrew GN Fall 2006: The Catwalk Report of Dolly Jones

YOU practically need to accessorise Andrew Gn's clothes with a stately home – so opulent are they. With an emphasis on daywear – all these were good enough to wear at night, too – he scattered jet bead embroidery over everything, from a gorgeous strawberry ice-cream cashmere coat, with a cloud of fur for the collar, to glittering buttons on fine tweed suits that were the height of luxury. These are not ladies who have never so much as lifted a finger in life: their delicately pleated chiffon blouses and bow belts, full tulle skirts... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2006

Andrew Gn Fall 2006: Perfect For The Season

PARIS, Mar 1, 2006/ FW/ --- Andrew Gn always excels in his fall / winter collections, and this one is not an exception, sending 45 pieces on the runway that spotlighted the designer’s opulent looks that are rich in details. Opening with a mohair and lace-embroidered baby camel hair coat with a fox collar, Andrew Gn set the tone of his collection, a dark modern romantic silhouettes with baroque references. Trousers were cut slim, and jackets though relaxed fitting followed the slender silhouettes, which is the main trend this... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2006

Andrew GN Fall 2006: The Runway Review of Nicole Phelps

PARIS, March 1, 2006 – Andrew Gn designs for a rarefied customer, the kind who prefers her jet crystals to be of a 1950's or '60's vintage, and is willing to pay for the privilege. In addition to those chandelier-size baubles, which decorated the necklines of four-ply cashmere sweaters, the Singapore-born designer sourced antique laces that appeared as trim on skirtsuits and as insets on silk camisoles. "There was no holding back," Gn acknowledged backstage. Observe, for instance, a baby-pink cashmere coat with swirls of... [Lire la suite]
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