Each Fashion Week brings an iteration of the new: varied locations, original concepts, bold stunts. Of course, this past New York fashion week was no different. Now, more than ever, I have come to notice two different camps in fashion. There are the ‘party-party’ show-ers and the ‘make a statement’ do-ers. Rag & Bone’s Fall… Continue reading Fashion Week’s Humanitarian Side
Every feed, every day, for the last month or so, I’ve scrolled by the doom and gloom: ‘the end of NYFW’. A very hot topic. I suppose it’s left me wondering though if we are apparently so obsessed with the downfall, are we too distracted to see the positive – the collections themselves? The New… Continue reading Let’s Stop Talking About the End of NYFW and Focus on the Fashion
I KNOW that I can't seem to shut up about Rosie Assoulin and Rachel Comey, but I promise it is all for good reason. Initially, this post was going to be dedicated to Coach 1941's Fall show, but it will have to wait because Rosie has dropped my jaw to the floor once again and surpassed… Continue reading rosie is back for more :: tea party time.
Preparing for what will be a crazy month ahead, this is my inspiration. And at least my blog is always here for that little creative output. Lately I've found that: when I'm in a good mood, I can't concentrate on uni work, and when I'm in a bad mood, well, there is no motivation for… Continue reading inspiration wall :: october
Perfect drapes must be one of the biggest up and coming trends. EVERYWHERE. Not just the runway, but all over the streets, captured by my favourite street style photographers (The Sartorialist, Mr Street Peeper and Garance Dore just to name a few.) This Rosie Assoulin collection is amazingly simple and elegant. Bursts of colour, and… Continue reading NYFW :: Rosie Assoulin