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Stella Jean

I just descover from myself a new amazing fashion designer – Stella Jean. These prints in her fashion shows takes me into magical places. All these colours and prints are creating these gorgeous clothes, what I would like to wear every day if I just have that money to buy such amazing art peaces. Stella Jean Stella Jean is one of this season’s most talked-about names, and one of Milan’s brightest emerging fashion stars, but she’s not about to rest on her laurels just yet. Born in Rome, but with Haitian roots, she sees fashion as a means of bridging cultures, as proved in her bold, ethnic-inspired designs that fly off the shelves as soon as they arrive in stores. Stella Jean has worked with the International Trade Centre to source prints made by women living in villages in Burkina Faso – possibly the first time such a proudly ethical point has been made during Milan Fashion Week – which are as colourful as they are varied. They are ethnic, she says, in the truest sense: “the word liberated from Western abuse and manipulators, to be returned to its authentic and far more egalitarian routes”. Stella-Jean-Spring-Summer-2013-collection-ciaafrique5-620x350 In the Stella Jean SS14 fashion show, there are so many simple cuts, but these colorful prints mixed with stripes are giving just a right style. I wouldn’t have never believe that avocados, parrots and zebras can give to the audience true West-African feeling. I can’t get enough for watching this fashion show and more I see them, more I admire to have  these puffy skirts.

Stella Jean SS14My favourite puffy skirt

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Stella Jean SS14Would love to wear such amazing dress with that wild parrot print mixed with red stripes 

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Stella Jean SS14What a lovely long summer dress!

Stella Jean SS14Yes, that would be my kind of style!

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Stella Jean SS14 Stella Jean promised us a ménage a trois of Italian, Japanese and African cultures for autumn/winter 2014 – a look she said would play out a “hybrid of geisha and mannish attitude” that would be “both conscious and humorous”. No Stella Jean piece is ever bought with a season, or fast fashion in mind – these are to be worn and passed down through generations.Exacly that what she promised us, we saw on the AW14 show. Again busy prints and complicated cuts styled up together – so refreshing! Stella Jean AW14

Stella Jean AW14My favourite woven jacket!

Stella Jean AW14Total fashion item for autumn 14- rooster skirt!

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Stella Jean AW14   If I could wear something from this fashion show, it would be these long  full length cardigans featuring peacocks or fish on the back. Such new refreshing and beautiful pieces for autumn season! Stella Jean AW14
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Stella Jean AW14 This season she’s collaborated with Christian Louboutin for shoes featuring her signature Burkina Faso stripes, which added a new sophistication to a look that is becoming as unmistakable as it is popular. Stella Jean Fall 2014 Shoes 5
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Can’t wait see next fashion show from Stella Jean!
TriinuO

 

pictures, info: vogue.co.uk

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    The author Triinu

    My name is TriinuO and I'm fashion blogger from Estonia (little country in Europe). I love writing about my personal style and I get a lot of inspiration by travelling around the world. On my fashion blog, I'm writing about what's hot in fashion, giving tips how to mix and match and I will tell you everything about latest trends.

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