The Africa fashion week 2014 this year has been quite amazing, there has been various African designers from around the world whose collections would be showcased this year. Revealing various unique Africa trends, London’s fashion week which was hosted on the 7th and 9th of August 2014 was an amazing events with collections from over 30 designers which were very inspirational, and innovative with their fabric manipulation, and design development. The African prints and African fabric were so summery and attractive, there were also appearance of various fashion lovers, fashion bloggers, and fashion students. The entertainment was done by the handsome, sexy Cameroon born artist Valentine. (more…)
The VMA where you find your favourite celebrities in gorgeous, amazing, or surprising outfits. Its also a place where you get various amazing, funny and interesting shows from your favourite celebrities. Enjoy our Opiid gallery from the VMA 2014 and share with us who your best and worst dressed are, we would love to see your comments.
Olivier Rousteing Balmain’s designer recently had an interview with W magazine, he shared his love for fashion and his love for his job which he is so passionate about. Olivier spoke about his preference working with Balmain to when he worked with Cavalli, he said “I loved what he was doing,” “It was more my taste than Cavalli” He also shares with w magazine his journey working with Balmain, his difference and similarities with Christophe Decarnin’s and his vision for Balmain. Rousteing explained his inspiration and decision for his models Rihanna, Iman and Naomi. “These women are inspiring to so many different people,” he says “Bringing them together represents the concept I’m working toward.”
The global fashion trends for autumn winter 2015/2016 forecast is very interesting, colourful, and trendy. Its fashion, architecture, and design, is transformed into a world of modernity, visual simplicity,and raw edge. It calls for disrupted shapes, summoning the beauty of colliding fabrics, folding, unfolding, tightening, and unfurling volumes. A broad, wide-angle view, embracing initial sketches and concrete realities, with fabrics that anticipate clothing, and promise powerful and bold volume. Opiid introduces the futuristic autumn winter 15/16 trends by Chantelle Fadino , which are : Sahara desert, Galactic galaxy, Metal meteor, Holographic sky and Pixalated pixels.
The Sahara Dessert: Sahara dessert incorporates elements of nature along with old and new. It is inspired by landscape of various desert structures, and desert scenes from sci-fci movies. Its inspiration includes earthly aesthetics, mixed with a modern edge. The sahara dessert colours for autumn winter 2015/2016 are molten lava, shell coral, nectarine, blazing orange, praire sand, and taffy.