Hollywood night: inspired by the city of angels

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Whether you’re going to a cocktail, dinner, dance or dive bar, Hollywood’s laid-back SoCal style is a dream. Models in graham, ga., look like medieval Tinseltown glamour — uninhibited, minimally decorated, but influential to tailors at the best parties of the fall.
A dress taken off the red carpet
All dressed up, nowhere to go – except in a favorite place? Keeping a low profile with your friends doesn’t mean you’re downsizing your style quotient. If you are wearing beads and sequins, everyone will think you just walk down the red carpet from the emergency stings and sip, and nothing more than a girl knows what he wants and chic.
The dress of the heroine in a bond movie
Fall’s best little black dress is best paired with elegant, old-fashioned suits and dresses: elegant contrast edges and trim, sleek box bags and button-down heels. The diamond stud has a versatile look, just like on a private plane in Las Vegas, because it’s in the secret DTLA speech.
The velvet high time returns; Luxurious, subversive, scarlet, innocent and rebellious. Wear it for dinner with your gorgeous financial friends, and then escape to the underground rock show, where the boys wear shirts and cocktail bartenders.
Wear clothes that feel every moment
Introducing the glamour of 1970s Hollywood in flowing metal backless dresses – classic silhouettes beloved for decades by movie ICONS. You’ll go back, steal your heart, and capture your imagination in this new retrospective.
The feathery edge-like drama on this tea jacket is synonymous with plaid, costume and gothic. This look, paired with gold high heels, will take you from drinks to dinner to an all-night performance dinner on the mulholland drive, apparently while wearing martinis.
Wear a Saturday night fever in a non-dress
Dancing all night in this 1970s ensemble. Its plunging neckline and ultra-slim silhouette are not due to inner detachment, but to remember that courage is a virtue even in fashion. (arm yourself with a reliable weapon: double-sided tape.)
Fashion editor: jewell Jackson, India; Stylist: Shelby Simon and Tiffani Chynel; Artistic director: Sonja Georgevich; Producer: Natalie; Photographer: Ben Rayner; Stylist and make-up artist: Stephanie nicole Smith.

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