Iggy paired her new Rocco Barocco buckle sunglasses with a sleek hairdo and, of course, more vintage
Australia’s bodacious blonde hyphenate (singer-rapper-model) Iggy Azalea took some time out for Vintage shopping while on a recent trip to our city of Miami. Her lovely stylist and the girls of C.Mad’s picked out some amazing vintage pieces and bold accessories for the fashionable It-Girl.
Iggy took to her Instagram to share her new finds with her fans. She scored LOTS of classic Versace pieces as well as some decadent chandelier rhinestone earrings, and 80s outfits (her stylist picked up an amazing Moschino jacket, too!) We’re loving the way she styled the pieces- so chic! Check out her posts below.
These Gianni Versace belt print pants seem to be made for Iggy
A swirling multi colored Marcy and Co. outfit, perfect for Miami sun (and perfect with these Paloma Picasso belts.)
In other(worldly) celebrity fashion news: Miley Cyrus stunned in vintage Jean Paul Gaultier at the Bambi Awards this past Friday, November 15th in Berlin. The black bell sleeved dress is from Gaultier’s 90′s archive and was tactfully worn Friday with an orbital oversized pearl necklace by Lorraine Schwartz. The dress, paired with the perfect jewelry for that neckline and sleek hair made for a very outer space meets high fashion look.
There’s not much out there that can beat a great piece by JPG!
Today’s Friday, so we’re celebrating the beginning of the weekend with our ITEM OF THE DAY! This stunning Vivienne Tam white sheer Asian printed maxi dress is gorgeous and so on trend right now. Love the 90′s grunge-chic look? Step out in the real thing with this authentic 1990′s piece! Sleek, playful and sophisticated.
Born December 2, 1946, in Reggio di Calabria, Italy, Gianni Versace built an $800-million fashion empire in just 10 years. He had the honor of outfitting such figures as Madonna, Princess Diana, Elton John, and Tina Turner and spawned the "Supermodel Phenomenon" when he sent all the top models down the runway for his A/W 1991-92 Collection. Gianni Versace will always be remembered as a visionary.
There are some swimsuit moments you can never forget (and deep down have always wanted to recreate.) From Farrah Fawcett’s red one-piece in the 70s, to Tyra Banks posing on the cover of Sports Illustrated in the 90s, and Beyonce showing us what she’s got in Goldmember, these women have had all of us clicking through the internet & flipping through Vogue trying to find the perfect bathing suit that would give us our own iconic moment. Lucky for you we have compiled some picks from the store and created an easy guide so you can achieve a swimwear look just like your favorite stars.
This is for all you Marilyn lovers out there. Who could forget when this blonde bombshell overtook Jones Beach in 1949 photo shoot. These iconic photos of Ms. Monroe in her white skirted one-piece. During the reign of the hourglass figure, Marilyn Monroe reigned supreme and one of the oldest clothing manufacturers in California was right there producing the suit everyone yearned for. This 1960s Catalina one-piece is perfect for any girl looking for that perfectly smooth curvy silhouette!
Who could forget the ‘one-chick hit squad’ Pam Grier looking fantastic in her macrame two-piece in the 1973 movie ‘Coffy’. Macrame was definitely the fabric of choice in the 70s, but on the runway crochet pieces are coming back stronger than ever this season. Mix up your usual swimsuit choice in our Yellow Macrame Bikini. This vibrant yellow piece is perfect for coolin’ poolside with a book just like your favorite vigilante & bad girl Coffy!
Probably one of the most iconic swimwear moments, Farrah Fawcett’s red suit showed us that even one-pieces can be outright sexy. When the poster was released in 1976, Fawcett quickly became a household name selling 12 million copies in one year, and to this day the image represents 1970s pop culture. You can find the exact red one-piece that Fawcett wore today at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, but you can get your very own sexy red suit here at C.Madeleine’s! Our 1980s Norma Kamali red one-piece is the perfect suit to give you that “not afraid to be sexy & free” look Fawcett was known for.
In the unforgettable 1980s romantic comedy, ‘The Sure Thing’ Nicolette Sheridan quickly rose to sex symbol status when she sported this sexy white bikini. With the all white trend being such a hit this season, why not try an all-white swim look too? Our 1980s Gottex Gold Painted white bikini gives the little extra detail that we all look for in the perfect bikini. The bra top bikini will give you a sexy shape and have you feeling like a sex symbol yourself!
In 1996 Tyra Banks made history as the first African American to pose on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue – alongside model Valeria Mazza. Tyra was afraid to show off her assets in that sexy string bikini. If you want to try some leopard print this summer but still want to cover up a bit, try our Spiegal Skirted Bikini. The leopard print two-piece will give you that same South African Adventure look at Ms. Banks, without having you feel like you’re showing too much (AKA the best of both worlds)!
Everybody loves a little Beyoncé, lucky for us we got a whole lot of this bootylicious babe during her role as Foxxy Cleopatra in ‘Austin Powers: Goldmember’. The metallic swimsuit is an example of the period’s obsession with the Space Age. Our 1980s Gottex Silver Metallic Bikini will have you feeling like a ‘whole lotta woman’ – in a good way, of course.
The annual festival Coachella is know for two things; the music and the fashion. Over the years, Coachella has become a place to see the very best in festival style. Everyone from hipsters to hip hop heads to celebrities alike head out to show their support. This fest in the Valley is the perfect place to showcase your wildest outfits, so why not Do it With Vintage? We handpicked some pieces from our collection that are perfect for your time spent out in Indio. Mix them with items from your own wardrobe or have a vintage moment from head to toe. Any way you cut it, you’ll be ready to tear it up Coachella style in all of these pieces!
Diving into the vast sea of fashion in 1971, punk pioneer, Dame Vivienne Westwood has illustrated her buoyancy throughout the decades with her fresh collaboration of punk edginess and a divine romantic appeal. In a joint operation with former partner Malcolm MacLaren of the Sex Pistols, the designer’s UK store opened their doors in the ’70s, feeding new trends to the fashion hungry youth of mean streets London. With the boutique’s ever evolving name changes, one thing has remained constant; the iconic Westwood image. Always compelling; never boring; get your paws on exclusive Vivienne Westwood goods from the 1990s at C.Madeleine’s Online! Shop the Vivienne Westwood boutique and be sure to check back every Monday for new items!
We, the fashionistas of America, live and adorn ourselves in a decade of no definable trend or style. We look to vintage clothing for guidance and direction in our eternal pursuit of all that is sacred and holy in the name of fashion. At C.Madeleine’s, we adore the 1990s, and now The Wall Street Journal recognizes the importance of this misunderstood time period in fashion history. From Calvin Klein to Kate Moss, and every stellar element in between, don’t miss out on this totally excellent tribute to everything nineties. The article goes on to list all the legendary designers of the decade that YOU should be on the hunt for.
We’d like to think that here at C.Madeleine’s, we can do more than just extend our vintage jeweled hands out to you in your search for the finest in designer vintage. Check out all the radical nineties designer duds available at C.Madeleine’s Online Boutique! With a plethora of vintage Gianni Versace, Thierry Mugler, Chanel, Moschino and many more, C.Madeleine’s is the IT place for digging up buried fashion treasure!