Fan the Goddess in you - DOUBLE SNEAK PEEK

Explore the Goddess in you and fall in love with an amazing couture gown.

Whether you run the world, your household, or run around all day, 
you become an instant diva with this fantastic silk gown.
Photographer Amber Slade captures Ja'Niya, our Dark Goddess, wearing Tatiana Andrade
in this stunning one of a kind vintage meets nouveaux riche.


Coming soon to my shop


SNEAK PEEK! Femme Fatale Leather Corset Fishtail Gown


Photographer Amber Slade captured the Femme Fatale in Ja'Niya wearing Tatiana Andrade.

 The corset features front, back and side leather lacing. Fits like a glove. 
Magically transforms to body to bring out your inner Parisian goddess.
There is no end to the seduction that comes from having a sultry black couture gown.
Stay sexy mes chéries!

Coming soon to my shop

Flapper all the way








The best spread ever for this issue of Vogue Italia Sept 2011 by Paolo Roversi

On the run


                                     I want this hat

Taryn Davidson by Richard Bernardin for Elle Canada September 2011

The Lace

Sept 2011 Vogue Spain

New Romantic


New Romantic Photographed by Stefania Paparelli for  Harper’s Bazaar Thailand. Model Maria Palm

Embelishment


Kelsey van Mook by John Lindquist for Vogue Turkey September 2011





Fur and Sheer


Love the combo of the fur with the sheer sleeves by  Fendi



Pastel Dreams – Romance is in the air




Photographer Lukasz Pukowiec  for Fashion Gone Rogue’s with Model Maja Salamon 

Sweet decadent



Guinevere van Seenus by Michael Thompson for W September 2011

 


The new gypsie







Numéro #126 September 2011 Photographed  by: Greg Kadel  Model: Monika Jac Jagaciak

Making Of: Letage Verão 2012 com Maryna Linchuk




Inspiration of the day - Jumping from Joy

Fine Art: Collage, 2nd Place Winner Dean West 


"The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions - the little soon forgotten charities of a kiss, a smile, a kind look, a heartfelt compliment in the disguise of a playful raillery, and the countless other infinitesimals of pleasurable thought and genial feeling."

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
1772-1834, Poet and Philosopher