Showing posts with label Magazine Cover. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Magazine Cover. Show all posts

Friday, June 29, 2012

Parade of crochet summer fashions, ushered in by last year, continues to sizzle with latest LeAnn Rimes sightings in coral bikini.

Parade of crochet summer fashions, ushered in by last year, continues to sizzle with latest LeAnn Rimes sightings in coral bikini.

Los Angeles, CA – Multiple Grammy Award winner Leann Rimes is the latest in a growing number of top singers, actors and models flaunting figure-flattering crochet fashions this summer.  What began as an occasional photo of an actress or model wearing crochet fashions at a Hollywood party, or on a Malibu Beach, has turned into a full-scale style revival, according to Sarah Wallner, founder of

Wallner is credited by many fashion industry observers with playing a large part in reigniting the crochet movement when Marie Claire featured her classically inspired, yet versatile collection of crochet swimwear in a special magazine insert.  One of Hollywood’s most sought-after celebrity stylists, Wallner believes it was just a matter of time before crochet caught on for good after the fashion fad faded in the seventies. 

“Crochet has certainly come of age and is looking smarter and sexier than ever,” said Wallner, who believes women from all walks of life have the right to dress like celebrities, without having to overpay for Hollywood A-list apparel.  “Today’s crochet fashions don’t only look amazing as swimwear in and out of the water – they can be worn as cover-ups with jeans, dresses, skirts, shorts – you name it.”

The Italian-born fashion expert is particularly proud to point out that the same style that country artist LeAnn Rimes was recently photographed wearing – a coral bikini – will also be featured in the June 25th issue of In Touch Magazine. 

Wallner believes that the heightened attention coming from such superstar celebrities as Leann Rimes donning crochet fashions from Musotica’s website is not only good for her online business… but for women in general. 
“There’s no question that crochet fashions are here to stay, because they’re perfect for any woman who wants to add a splash of color, pizazz, sexiness and style to their wardrobe,” she said.  “I design my website’s lineup of crochet wear in easy-to-maintain cotton and nylon blends.  And as for colors, well… the rainbow is literally the limit.  We feature colors from black, white, off white, gold and mustard yellow to coral, brown, baby blue, baby pink and purple.”

For more information about what’s hot in crochet fashions this summer, including the latest swimwear, dresses and tops, go to or email us at

Monday, April 11, 2011

Marie Claire features Musotica's Crochet Bikini!

Hollywood, California – Social and fashion barometer Marie Claire Magazine is the latest indicator that crochet bikinis have made an improbable comeback since they were first introduced in the seventies. At the vanguard of the new crochet bikini movement is, a popular sexy fashion, lingerie and fitness wear destination.

Featured prominently in the April issue of Marie Claire, within the Flirt Catalog insert, crochet bikini sightings are becoming more and more numerous – from the white sand beaches of Santa Monica to Rodeo Drive.

“Finally, women can wear a crochet bikini at the beach or pool and actually swim in them without the fear of sudden exposure,” Wallner said. “Our lineup of crochet bikinis feature new fabrics and vibrant colors designed for the active Southern California lifestyle – from swimming… to Stand Up Paddle Boarding… to a night out on the town.”

Wallner says that women absolutely love the endless options and flirty possibilities that crochet fashions provide.

“They’re extremely versatile,” said the Italian born stylist, who also styles covers for Playboy and Fitness Rx Magazine. “They can be worn as lingerie, beneath jackets, with jeans, as cover-ups, dresses, skirts, shorts … you name it! As my Hollywood clients and customers are quickly discovering, adding crochet is fantastic way to give any outfit extra personality, color, texture and flare.”

According to Wallner, these classically inspired crochet swimsuits come in a huge array of colors, styles – and almost all with strategically flattering cutouts. “Today’s hand-made, intricate detail and ease of care has made our crochet lineup among our top sellers.”

Ironically, Wallner, who also operates a wholesale division for its burgeoning crochet fashions and entire apparel lineup, says she was actually forced into designing her own crochet collection because she couldn’t find anything on the market she liked enough for her famous Hollywood clients.

“Our crochet collection is made of a cotton, nylon blend, and can be ordered in a growing number of colors, including black, white, off white, mustard yellow, yellow, coral, brown, baby blue, baby pink, and purple.

“Above all, they are sexy, figure flattering, stylish and a blast to wear,” she added. “I’m very proud that Marie Claire and the Flirt Catalog thought enough of our collection to feature examples in the April issue.”

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Musotica's Celebrity Stylist Scores ‘TD’ with New Playboy Magazine Cover

Los Angeles, CA -- Playboy Magazine recently tapped sought-after celebrity stylists and top fitness wear designer Sarah Wallner to showcase the Lingerie Football League (LFL) on its February 2011 cover.

The cover is timed with Super Bowl XLM, when millions of guys instantly switch stations at halftime to view another gridiron spectacle – the pay-per-view Lingerie Bowl, or as Playboy Magazine dubbed it, “The Sexiest Show on Turf.”

The Italian-born stylists said her number one challenge was to outfit three beautiful women in the perfect fabric, fit and color that best represents the sex appeal, confidence and athleticism of LFL players.

“These certainly aren’t powder puff girls,” said Wallner, who is also the founder of, a website featuring classic lingerie with a strong emphasis on distinctive fitness ware. “These are beautiful, extremely competitive women playing a rough, full-contact brand of seven-on-seven football in front of millions… in lingerie!”

For Wallner, who also styled the January 2011 issue of Playboy Magazine featuring Pamela Anderson as “La Dolce Pam,” the assignment made full use of both her celebrity styling talents and artistic flair as a fitness wear designer.

“I began designing sexy fitness wear because I simply couldn’t find the right apparel for many of my magazine cover styling jobs, such as Fitness Magazine,” she said. “If a women works hard to stay fit, I feel they should be rewarded for their efforts with garments that reflect their efforts in a bold, yet feminine way.”

Certainly, the models featured on Playboy Magazine’s “Lingerie Bowl” cover were more than adequately rewarded with Wallner’s styling efforts. She selected black shorts with two racy vertical white stripes (at the hip) from her fitness line, which she calls “Incredibly form fitting, yet entirely functional for any activity.” The models also wore hugging, cropped white tank tops with a football jersey-like quality.

Wallner’s reputation for making magazine cover shots sizzle is reflected in her website, which showcases both her celebrity-styling status and talent for apparel design. It’s a combination that serves women extremely well -- from Hollywood’s “A” list to soccer moms – extremely well.

Buy the shorts here or check out our other fitness designs!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Celebrity stylist recaptures spirit of "La Dolce Vita" for Playboy Magazine Cover

Los Angeles, CA -- Sought-after celebrity stylist Sarah Wallner recently added Playboy Magazine to her growing list of cover styling credits. Wallner, founder of - a popular on line destination for sexy clothes and accessories - gathered inspiration for the cover both from her Roman roots and the critically acclaimed Federico Fellini 1960 film, "La Dolce Vita".

Featuring Pamela Anderson as "La Dolce Pam," the January 2011 edition of Playboy Magazine is a vibrant "feel good" romp back into cinematic time where "La Dolce," meaning "the sweet life" in Italian, was the order of the day.

"Pamela was perfect for the cover," said Wallner, who has styled magazine covers for a host of major national publications, including Fitness RX, Esquire and Oxygen. "Looking at her, you can almost hear Anouk Aime beckoning her leading man, Marcello Mastroianni, to join her for their famous "splashdown" in the Trevi Fountain on Via Veneto Street."

When she's not celebrity styling on high profile photo shoots such as Playboy, Wallner is working at her second labor of love - running, where the mantra is "Undress for Success." Fashion industry experts agree that the website benefits from her Hollywood styling background.

"What makes so unique is that a gifted Hollywood stylist is personally selecting each and every piece of apparel offered on the site," said one industry insider. "You won't get that anywhere else in our industry, because it's typically corporate merchandisers who make decisions based on hard profits alone."

Wallner says her website - which combines sheer sexiness, attitude with a fitness flair - has become an "on line" destination for women looking for a sexy, fresh alternative to confidently express themselves.

" really taps into my celebrity styling background," said Wallner, who was born in Rome, and raised in an artistic family. "I'm able to offer all women - not just famous Hollywood actors - a truly diverse, yet incredibly flattering and fun array of sexy clothing and accessories."

Monday, November 22, 2010 Style The New Fitness RX December Cover

Celebrity stylist Sarah Wallner and her clothing company recently provided the fitness magazine Fitness RX with one of their best cover shoots yet. Along with the expert fashion knowledge of Sarah and the designer fitness wear created by Musotica the photo shoot for their December 2010 edition is a success.

Having styled many magazines Sarah chose a mixed and match combination of Musotica’s roll down fitness short and two-tone top as the perfect ensemble for the cover. Along with the cover Ms. Wallner also chose the Musotica two-tone roller derby fitness set with white trim for the inner pages. This selection and creativity help Fitness RX stand out from the other fitness magazines as usual. The December edition of Fitness RX is a perfect addition for the holiday newsstand.

Monday, November 01, 2010

Arianny Celeste graces the November cover of Playboy in Musotica Wear

Arianny Celeste graces the November cover of Playboy. This is the UFC Octagon Girl's first nude shoot. To accentuate her already beautiful physique, stylist Sarah Wallner paired her in some of Musotica's hottest looks. Sarah pulled several sexy pieces featured in the 5 page spread from the Musotica collection. Additional photos of Arianny in Musotica Wear are online at Playboy's Cyber Club site. All of Arianny's looks and many more can be purchased at