Amidst a sombre world outlook, a harrowing time for many, Dries Van Noten's 100th show was the breath of life needed to revive our spirits and kick us into optimism mode again. While trends of power women, fur and stripes on stripes were scattered throughout fashion month, none delivered such a positive note. Collections referred… Continue reading dries van noten: our spark of joy.
My post on African fashion has been sitting patiently, just waiting for a new burst of inspiration, ever since I arrived home from Tanzania. It seems so long ago now ( isn't it depressing when such a perfect time of life all of a sudden blurs? ). Amongst many other things over there, the people… Continue reading a love letter to african fashion.
I always find it difficult to settle back in to normal life after time away, especially when that time is spent in an opposite part of the world. Life experiences rarely reflect my own and living conditions differ vastly. But the craziest thing I find is that everyone I meet has a genuine heart, a… Continue reading coming home.
Depressing realisation of the past week - the only clothes I will be buying, for the rest of the year, are hiking clothes. Yep, some sexy fleeces and zip-off pants, merino sleeves and thermal-wear, which also happen to be a very expensive genre of clothing to buy ( including that cost-per-wear factor ). I had… Continue reading the sustainers :: rbcca kstr.
Preparing for one adventure makes you just want to prepare for a million more. I’m not sure whether to count my Tanzania trip as a holiday, or more of a extreme hiking, eye-opening, learning adventure. I’ve experienced the blinding differences of culture before on previous getaways, but this I feel will be one step further. Meeting my… Continue reading mexican for a day.