As a self declared pro-procrastinator, there is nothing I hate more than waking up to realise that I literally procrastinated so hard that I now have ~5 minutes to get dressed. No, okay, no there is 1 thing that I hate more than the “I have nothing 2 wear + y am i like this?!” panic and that is watching Carrie continuously go back to Big knowing very well that shit won’t work out until, like, the last movie so […]
If you are looking for inspiration this winter, maison Carven offers a subliminal selection that blends the 60s trend, a sporty outlook and classic A line cuts. Among the key items presented (read: coats!!) we saw a range of pieces, enough to make us look forward to cold days. Besides the outstanding shearling coats, the liquorice black vinyl trench coat, the pale lavender tinted puffas, and faux leopard print cocoon shaped coat, there was the most exquisite bobble blend coat made of […]
Add the right amount of gold, to any amount of black and something beautiful, will emerge. This personal belief is evidently reinforced by three pieces, from London based designer Kat Maconie, who assembled these two colours beautifully to create three things of a celestial beauty, in all its subtlety. Amelia Starting with a pair of court shoes, we have Amelia. Kat Maconie’s Amelia is composed of an ankle strap, with a gold pin buckle, a leather upper and pointed […]
Like, the bag we took at the mall, the first time we were ever allowed there without adult supervision, but better. In these series of moving images, the Mini Bee gets all the attention in this Christopher Bailey directed text, shot by Mario Testino, while James Bay non-diagetically sings Scars. Jourdan Dunn and George Le Page are dressed in iridescent sequins, indigo denim.
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Starting from this week, British retailer, Very.co.uk, will provide high street womenswear brands to its lineup, offering a wider range of choice to its customers. Having recently added clothes from River Island and Wallis, Coast, Miss Selfridges, and Warehouse are the high street womenswear brands that will be included on Very.com. “We want to give our customers more of the brands they want. Our aim is to bring all the labels they’d seek on the high street to our slick, […]
Dark, neutrals and lengthy pieces have been favoured in Lemaire’s autumn-winter 15/16 collection. This is a particularly inspiring collection for its classic feel. Among the favourites, the accessories and the coats won our hearts, at first sight!. ph source: bloglovin
Loewe puts comfort with the idea of standing out in its autumn-winter 15/16 collection. The show opened with a piece consisting of a dress and pair of trousers- a look that was predominantly presented in a remarkable variety that charmed the viewers each time. The other eye-catcher was the incorporation of Meccano influenced items, a notion that was particularly symbolised through the art of accessorising. Verdict? Yes, Jonathan Anderson! ph source: diary of a clothes horse