11/26/2014

ALLAROUNDEVE Christmas: Winter fairytale



We're continuing our Glam ideas with the same brands we used in the first part - PRINCIP and Eber. Picking a dress, a costumer often falls into boxing a designer's style and doesn't see the variety of a brand. Our team therefore chose a totally different silhouette, style and colour and kept the brands and naturally location - Nebotičnik Skyscraper in Ljubljana. 

The PRINCIP jacket was presented at Ljubljana fashion week a few weeks ago and looked completely different! ALLAROUNDEVE's idea was to go for the modern day variation of Dior's fall winter 1947 collection and bring it to 2014 with a very non-retro makeup and futuristic ALLAROUNDEVE bags.

Photography: UROŠ
MUA: Nastja Pestivšek
Style: Anže Kupljenik

Dress: PRINCIP
Fur: Eber
Handbag: ALLAROUNDEVE








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11/23/2014

ALLAROUNDEVE Christmas: Get your glam on!


New year, same problem - December, parties and innovative gifts. The ALLAROUNDEVE team is bringing you some pretty, some crazy but mostly aesthetically pleasing visuals that might spark an idea in you.
This time, we went for glam, you know, it's always better to be overdressed and overeducated than the other way.
Delicately sexy PRINCIP dress was accompanied with Eber fur stole, ALLAROUNDEVE Jackie Bag and a twist - instead of jewellery we opted for two Daniel Wellington watches - his and hers!

Photography: UROŠ
MUA: Nastja Pestivšek
Style: Anže Kupljenik

Dress: PRINCIP
Fur: Eber
Handbag: ALLAROUNDEVE










11/18/2014

Eber Fashion Show




The Eber fashion show was a showcasing of elegance, tradition, quality and friendship. Having co-organized and participated it, it's hard to describe the mood ruling the room. After being escorted to the hall, the visitors - journalists, long-time costumers and photographers, viewed a runway of young models, the really long legged ladies, who call it a job and naturally, Eber friends - ladies and gentlemen, who wear Eber's pieces of verified quality and honored the show with their catwalk.



Co-organisation was a circus and a blast and between getting the models on the runway I joined them, modeling a vintage Eber coat, which is remade by Miu Miu and Cavalli this season. Can you say 80s greatness? I wore the coat with a lovely lace Tanja Zorn Grzelj jumpsuit from the SS15 collection. Classy and sassy!


Thank you everyone, who took the time to visit and contributed to raising the funds for the Doctors without borders new expedition - Eber raised 3000€.




Some Eber pieces were accompanied by PRINCIP evening dresses, while other models too wore ALLAROUNDEVE handbags (left to right: Big BagElizabeth Bag, Jackie Bag, Jackie XL, bellow: Perfume Bag)





Pictures: Stane Jerko
Make up: T Spot
Hair: Lassana

Visit Eber in Ljubljana: Wolfova 6, Center


Eva Ana and the ALLAROUNDEVE Team


11/05/2014

Bite My Style!


Zoran Aragovic of Bite My Style is know for his love of colour and print which he has ditched this season in favour of Athl dept queen doing a Balenciaga 'umm'. 

This path of his was my wish ever since I've worn his furry jacket in March. His unstoppable ideas come across in black so well and it oh so reaches a broad audience - the structured trousers are a pick from just any lady, the see through top would work on a rock chick or a trendy guidette. 

Congratulations, Zoran! The choice of a Slovene model - Nina Ricci brought attention to Zagreb and I wishit brings you positive results in the future!

'Color Block'
BMS by Zoran Aragovic
Autumn Winter 14/15 campaign
PHOTO: Maja Kljaja
MUA: Snjezana Raguz for Illamasqa
HAIR: Katica Topcic for Kevin Murphy


Eva Ana Kazic and the ALLAROUNDEVE team






10/28/2014

PRINCIP @FWLJ

As promised, here comes a less wordy, more visual post on Ljubljana's fashion week. I wore a dress by two wonderful designers, Mojca Celin and Damijana B. Logar, united under a mutual brand PRINCIP.

The silk dress was accompanied by Eber Fur, United Nude Tulip shoes and ALLAROUNDEVE D Bag.

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10/24/2014

Fashion Week Ljubljana: Reaching consumer satisfaction

This text mostly foucuses on the media slamming Ljubljana Fashion Week.

Our team, the design, media and trade part were all present at this season's Ljubljana Fashion Week presentation after a few seasons away. This year, the organisation team opted for a video projection of pre-filmed collections and presented it in Ljubljana's City Museum. 
Although the reactions to an almost budget-less event were straight negative, there's no secret that my thoughts on *Slovene opinion* is are just the same. 

Fashion week's presentation, in general, is just as important for building a brand's public impression as is the clothing itself. Naturally, when put in such a role to fulfill, a brand usually starts with a certain budget and public relations assistance.  It also launches in one of the 4 sacred: NY, London, Paris or Milan. Slovenia has 2mil people. The understanding a different start-point of our designers is cruicial.

Now, as Slovenia's fashion production industry slowly develops, it's critique opposition (journalists, bloggers etc) builds fire towards them develops their opinions. With a market so small, we have a longlasting and hard-explaining tradition of everyone knowing everyone. Throughout the last decades, this has grown into an overly-kind, development-LESS industry that serves itself, has the same INs (designers doing the same thing all over again, without reaching or reasearching a wider spectrum of tastes and clients) to OUTs (same journalist friends bringing the same news to the same clients), so one could say a new wave of younger and simply said – different opinion makers in quite beneficial.

Myself being a non-self-titled opinion maker, I must say IT'S NOT. The truth is, bit*hing over designers is the new form of being edgy. Bit*hing Having a loud opinion is a way of putting yourself on the radar.
The real truth is, bit*hing just makes you a bit*h. It also doesn't do any financial, moral or any kind of good. Having a (well thought of) opinion is beneficial. For you public name and for the designer. Hashtag: #bloggers, #warjournalistsdoingfashion, #fashionistas.

As judgmental and demanding towards brand protocol I am due to work experience, I stand firmly behind the decision of every designer that presented at fashion week and highly respect the people who thought – hey, I just might have a different path and stayed home, watching the re-run of the Wendy Williams show.

This ramble does certainly not mean I enjoyed the type of the presentation or every single piece of clothing. It just means I choose to support a project, a designer, an industry by pointing out it's peaks. My mother always told me to say what I WANT not what I DON'T. You won't get yellow if you say you hate green.


Photos: Mimi Antolovic for ELLE Slovenija, watermark respectfully removed due to collage purposes


 Almira Sadar rarely gets a bad critique and there's a good reason why. She's a real woman,gets real women and therefore makes usable clothing. Which is pretty. Rare diamond.

 The joke about Pletenine Draž (Draž knitwear) goes like this: So what did they do this year? Same as the last season? Mean but tricky if you think about it. When seeing the first look from the new collection, a styling idea, based on flapper fashion came to my mind and didn't go out ever since. Big compliments on the above shown looks. Going even further with styling might be the right spice for these high quality knits while less asymmetry with these wonderful prints would cater to my personal taste.

 Ivan Rocco is too big for Slovene stage presentations and needs to be seen by all Jonathan Saunders-y appreciators pronto.
Nika Ravnik NiOka is second favourite thing that goes with United Nude shoes, first being me (he.he). Easy, breezy, wearable. Probably in the closets of many women you know, you've just mistaken her pieces for Rick Owens.
Young@Squat comes up with something bat-poo crazy, sometimes I enjoy it, sometimes it's even to eclectic for me. The yellow dress falls into the first category.
Tanja Zorn Grželj's pieces are what makes you not bother for Stella McCartney, see exhibit A. The context in which they are put in sometimes put the focus away, far far away. See: legwarmers and unnecessary belts modern-princess dresses.
 Simona Lampe's personal taste is highly diverse and yet she never fails to hit the jackpot with a fair percentage of her pieces. Jacket yes, dress-bingo. But the belts this season need to go to a special place of Neverland because *WHY, this could be Gucci*.
Nataša Hrupič is one interesting lady, speaking from experience and I would like to see Kim K wearing her clothes. Nothing otherwise smart to say. #random
Maja Štamol Droljc needs to model her own clothing because it's nothing on models and everything on real, charismatic women. Seriously, don't try to form an opinion based on this picture, just google her (in a dres with stripes).


For a rambly conclusion I'm adding three pictures of pieces by PRINCIP by Mojca Celin and Damjana B. Logar, even though they look nothing on the pictures. Luckily, I've had the chance of seeing them pre-fashion week and the colours and shape made me go like THIS. Can you say 5th Avenue?

I wore their red hot dress to the soiree, nothing like this but a lot like fi-re, so stay tuned for Sunday's post!

Eva Ana Kazic
#notahater 

10/22/2014

United Nude Pop Up Store Opening


Designed in alignment with the idea of an arhitecturally perfected United Store, our very own, Slovene United Nude store opened it's doors 10 days ago. The event was a part of October's Month of Design and therefore full of friends, with many of whom our team has worked with. The ladies from Parsus, United Nude's representatives, Eric Maj Potocnik and Matjaz Plosinjak (currators of MoD), Nina Gaspari from ProvokativPR treated us to sushi, some good music and khm..shoes. Now this leads us to this eye-popping info - click HERE and find out more how you can add another pair of United Nude shoes to your collection. You have five more days to go!

Until then,

Eva Ana, the team and our closet of United Nude-tes.

Pictures by Helena Milost