I was thinking, what street style could I possibly post after the National Gallery images and somehow Japan and its culture came to mind. I really do want to go back to this intriguing country.
Here some pictures from my archive; that time when I went to the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo and just enjoyed watching this gorgeous wedding.
I am lucky enough to have so many amazing museums in London at my doorstep, which are all free to get in. It provides with lovely opportunities, to just casually walk in, have a look at the amazing art, get inspired and just to have fun. Here just a small selection of some things inspiring me inside the National Gallery. Part 2 is to follow….
Here just some impressions from the Frieze Art Fair. As usual a very subjective look at what captured my eyes and my heart. Artist credits from the Top: Inflatable Felix by Mark Leckey, Mary Weatherford, Truck by Birgit Brenner at Gallery Eigen+Art , Cocktail Party by Tom Friedman, Do Ho Suh at Lehmann Maupin, Jenny Holzer and Damien Hirst at White Cube Gallery.
Every season I am really looking forward to what Marques ‘ Almeida will surprise us with. While staying very true to their 90’s aesthetics, there is always a fresh feel or fabric introduced into the usual, yet never predictable, frayed denim mix. This season we see our grunge heroes bringing soft femininity to the table. A romantic, gothic, grunge dream I just want to be part of.
Congratulations Marta, Paulo and the whole Marques ‘ Almeida team. We love what you do!
The Belstaff SS16 Womenswear collection ‘Beauty Of Power’ is inspired by the forces of nature. An adventurous yet very feminine journey, which starts with a strong safari and desert feel and continues into soft hues, prints and intarsia inspired by waves and the power of the sea. Gorgeous colour levels and a strong sensitivity towards textile and material mixes, bring a beautiful feminine touch while staying true to Belstaff’s heritage.
Congratulations Delphine Ninous!