Lisa Bonet who is mainly known for playing Denise Huxtable on The Cosby Show, and A Different World is my favorite style icon. Going back and watching the Cosby Show and A Different World Lisa Bonet always stood out because of her fashion choices. No matter what she had on or how her makeup and hair was, she always slayed. There is nothing Lisa Bonet cannot pull off she is such a natural beauty. I love how daring she is with her makeup, hair, and fashion. She doesn’t care what anyone thinks as long as she likes it she’s gonna rock it. She was one of the first girls to rock the pixie/boy haircut. Lisa Bonet is still considered a style icon to this day there is nothing she can do wrong when it comes to fashion and beauty 👸🏾😍❤️👑🌹🎉🎉💪🏾✊🏾✊🏾
was the time of jazz, prohibition and silent-movie era of Hollywood. Rudolph Valentino was the super star of
the decade. What ever he wore in his movies was the fashion statement that all
man followed world-wide. In the early 1920 ties high-wasted jackets were
in, lapels on suit jackets were not very wide as they tended to be buttoned up
high influenced by the style of military uniforms. But as time went on and
party time flourished, men’s fashion also relaxed and got the elegant, more
relaxed flavor. In the years of 1925-1929, wider trousers commonly
known as Oxford bags came into fashion, while double-breasted suit jackets
with stripes returned to a normal waist and lapels became wider and were
often worn peaked.
the time of working with Mr. Karl Lagerfeld we often went trough the old black
and white photos of the time of 20-ties. Karl especially loved to
show me photos of Rudolf Valentino as the reference for our photo shoots.
Photos above are those photos and you can see the final results; Editorial for Interview magazine and Men’s campaign for Vogue, designed and photographed by Karl Lagerfeld and me as the model. I hope you
will enjoy this photo spread.”