Ibiza Accessory Trends, The Barest Beach Bodies Are Piled On With Accessories
Clothes may be minimal to non-existent, but accessories are piled on in true Ibiza beach style!
Part 2 of 2: Ibiza, the glamorous Balearic Island that has been on the short list for trend-spotting, remains a constant for trend forecasters to seek out what’s next. Don’t forget to read Ibiza Fashion Trends…
Roland Levin brings us more of ethnic, beachy inspiration from the island of Ibiza, Spain famous for big party night and lazy days. Oh, and it’s fashion of course!-- S.H.
On the beach or on the streets in Ibiza, one is always under sunshine that at times is overbearing. Hats out of straw with trimmings or made out of heavy cotton material have to have flair and color after all everyone on the island likes to party and draw attention.
Spain is know for its leather craftsmen. From simple belts that do not look so simple to ethnic leather bags that define time and style to kinky leather bustier, for Ibiza day and exciting nights.
Here come the simple sandals with many colored rhinestones or beads a la Moroccan hippie style. Sometimes a simple leather sole and couple of stripes is all you need to protect your feet from hot beach sand.
Bags can be fun in its simplicity. All you need is a portrait of maharajah, eclectic multicolor or straw with some fancy beads. The materials are always the same for clothes and accessories perfect fashion coordination.
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Photos: Roland Levin
The aesthetic sensibility of Roland Levin is best described as the hybridization of the art of fashion and the world of fine art. His most eloquent means of expression is photography, as it is a heritage and simultaneously homage to his many forms of inspiration: poetry, literature, performing arts, moving image, and the visual arts. Roland’s creative voice is therefore best characterized by its diversity of breath and depth, both of which are inherently linked to his belief and method of existence, that “art is life and life is art”. The extension of life as art is further reflected though Roland’s work in high-end and luxury real estate in the New York market.