Here just a couple of looks from the fab Marques Almeida show, who casted their friends and normal girls for the show. Marta and Paulo were inspired by different young girls who are starting out their careers, their individuality and different wardrobes and wanted to create a collection reflecting that. A collection about attitude and mood rather then range planning or the question how many jumpers are going to sell.
Congratulations Marta and Paulo for pushing the bounderies, while staying true to yourself!!!
Here some impressions from the gorgeous ‘Polar Pioneer’ Belstaff AW16 presentation. Edith “Jackie’ Ronne’s great Antarctic expedition of 1947 is the main inspiration for Delphine Ninous, VP of Womens’s Design. Motocross leather pants are combined with fur lined parkas and knitwear, while embroidered jackets add feminine strength. Congratulations Delphine Ninous and the Belstaff team!
Here some impressions from the gorgeous Markus Lupfer AW16 presentation. A romantic feast of intricate hand embroidered layers, textures and sparkle with jewels of handbags and dream shoes and boots added to the lush mix. Congratulations Markus!!!
Styling by Anders Solvsten Thomsen, Make Up Lucy Burt, Hair by Tina Outen and Music by Stevie Parker.
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….