I hope you’re all doing great and that you are surviving the cold 😉 In this post, I prepared a shopping selection to rock the “Space Odyssey” trend, that is: silver and galactic prints. To be honest, I don’t wear these kinds of pieces very often; but when I was preparing this post, I realised that maybe I should (just read the rest of this entry, and you’ll know why!)
The trend was seen on various shows, ranging from Chanel to Mary Katrantzou and including Chloé and Isabel Marant.
Let’s keep on going through this season’s trends. In this post, I selected some pieces for you to rock the double denim look. I guess it’s not the most revolutionary trend, and if I remember correctly it has been a trend for several seasons now. However, the good thing is you can invest in good pieces almost blindly because denim will never go out of style (happy face).
The trend was seen on several shows: Dior, Calvin Klein, and Stella McCartney.
After the “Code Red Trend” edition, how about we take a look at the Cup of Coffee one? What am I talking about? The fall-winter trends! Duh! Fifty shades of brown. This colour was seen at the Carolina Herrera’s and Lacoste’s shows among others.
I hope everything’s going great for you! In this post, I selected for you a few pieces from some of my – you know it – favorite brands that you can shop to rock one of this season’s trends: the colour red.
That trend was seen at NYFW and MFW; more specifically at Oscar de la Renta, Calvin Klein, Prada, Versace, Jil Sander, and Dolce & Gabbana among other designers.
So on Monday, the Met Gala happened. For A-listers, this is the place-to-be. For us, mere mortals, it is the opportunity to appreciate really extravagant fashion. This year’s theme? Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons. Rei Kawakubo is a Japanese avant-garde designer. So this promises us a bunch of interesting looks.
As you can imagine, I was really excited to discover the looks worn by the rich and famous on Tuesday morning 🙂
So, I know that NYFW ended more than 2 weeks ago, but hey, better late than never right?
I must admit I prefer the September fashion weeks. It’s February, I see the new spring/summer collections in stores. I can’t be bothered to think of next fall/winter. I’m so done with the grey, the rain, and the cold. I want some sun in my life for crying out loud! Still, if anything can make me look forward to being cold, it’s definitely fashion 😉
In this post, you can find my report on NYFW (ergo the very original title…): who are the big names? What are the big trends? Fun anecdotes and/or noteworthy moments? And what were my favorite fashionistas up to? Let’s have a look!
The month of fashion weeks is in full swing, so I thought it would be a good idea to reflect on this exciting time of the year!
In September/October, brands showcase their spring and summer collections. I always found it a little weird to see those trends that we’ll only “experience” 6 months later, but hey, that’s fashion right?! ( Although things might be starting to change… see the end of this post)
The first fashion week is held in New York, followed by London, Milan, and finally Paris.
Oscar de la Renta makes the news today. Three days ago, he would have turned 84 years old. Five days ago, Peter Copping announced that he would leave the brand immediately. So I thought it would be nice to get to know the late designer a little better!
Oscar de la Renta was born July 22, 1932 in the Dominican Republic and died in Connecticut at the age of 82, after a long battle with cancer. When he was 18, he travelled to Madrid to study painting at the Academy of San Fernando. How did he get into fashion? When he was in Madrid, he was enlisted by Cristobal Balenciaga to sketch for him. Afterwards, he went to Paris and worked at Lanvin; and then he moved to New York in the early 60’s and set up his own label [1,2].