The rich, often visceral, vibrancy of her palate floods the picture plane.
Adrienne Vittadini has always sought to present her fashions in a "Euro-American" light, attempting to bridge the colors and vibrancy of European fashion into the practicality and wearability of modern American fashions.
While neon isn't nearly as popular today as it was in the 1980s, when its vibrancy decorated everything from shirts to shoes, you may still find some high-color neon jellies if you know where to shop.
Homemade inks lack the vibrancy and consistency of professional products, and the final tattoo almost always needs to be touched up by a professional or removed by costly laser surgical procedures.
Fashion insiders and those who eat, sleep and breathe fashion - even if from a distance - spend a great deal of time soaking up the sights, sounds and vibrancy associated with fashion shows.
While the choreography is usually quite basic and repetitive, it is extremely enjoyable to both the dancers and audience, resonating with an unmatchable spirit of joyfulness and vibrancy.
Healthy, sexy hair truly starts from the inside out, but that doesn't mean there aren't practical, everyday steps you can take to insure your hair's natural vibrancy.
This line also includes gentle ultraviolet filters to ward against sun damage and fading, helping extend the vibrancy of the hair's color.
Much of their appeal comes from a certain vibrancy and energy that the camera is able to capture (and the suits are able to showcase).
One has to be wary of Barbara, they can be lip-curling table wines or they can stun with their supple fruity velvet and vibrancy.