A model wears an ensemble designed by Oscar Carvallo of Venezuela for the fall-winter 2004-2005 ready-to-wear collections, in Paris March 9, 2004. After you've worn this outfit once or twice, you can use it as a bedspread.
This is a nightdress from the spring-summer 2004 ready-to-wear collection of British fashion designer John Galliano. Don't forget to wear the hat, too.
A bright tangerine chiffon skirt with piped frills, a ring gold lame bra and a mohair coat are the components of this outfit from the spring-summer 2004 ready-to-wear collection of Japanese designer Junko Shimada.
Off To The Beach?
Another Galliano creation. Looks like this model is all set for a day at the seashore, though it's awfully tough to shake all the sand out of your fur.
An outfit by John Galliano for Dior. How many Day-Glo colors can you wear all at the same time?
ME! Look at ME!
Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace arrives at the fashion designer Giorgio Armani's retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts in London Oct. 14, 2003. (A picture is worth a thousand words.)
Here, Kitty, Kitty!
A see-through muslin dress with gloves designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier. If you put on this outfit and then run very fast through the alley, you'll come out with a whole new set of feline friends.
Dress For Success
Here's an outfit from Dirk Bikkembergs's ready-to-wear spring-summer 2004 fashion collection, and it looks like this woman is ready for her job interview.
A sleeveless salmon and cream puffed silken gown with piped frills and matching stockings by John Galliano. This outfit is perfect for... You can wear this creation to... Whether at the embassy reception or opening night at the theater, you will always be the talk of the town...