Phs: Via Vogue Who says style staples have to be boring? The designers behind the Lemaire spring 2017 collection, Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, are taking the pretty little patent leather mules that we saw stroll down the runway, and stomping all over that ridiculous notion. Instead of the usual suspects when it comes to trousers, we saw pleatedContinue reading “From the Runway. Lemaire Spring 2017”
Phs: Via Vogue Once the first model strolled down the runway in a full skirt, loose-fitting top and Roman sandal, one instantly knew that Dior’s fall couture collection would carry a very different tone than that of the previous showings from the house, and rightfully so. After the abrupt departure of Raf Simons last fall, the house hasContinue reading “From the Runway. Christian Dior Couture Fall 2016”
Resort 2017: Sonia Rykiel \ Helmut Lang \ Calvin Klein Phs: Via Vogue For the past week, I have been indulging in the latest Resort 2017 offerings. With each year, the resort collections become more influential; designers take this as a moment to introduce the trends that carry over to the following season. These early introductions mean thatContinue reading “From the Runway. Beyond the Buckle”
I’ve always known why I was a Céline enthusiast. Well, scratch that, I’ve actually always known why I was a Phoebe Philo enthusiast: The designer has a true understanding of how to make high-end fashion effortless and accessible. Even if you’re a style maven who doesn’t personally own piece of Céline, the effect Philo has had on theContinue reading “From The Runway. Céline Pre-Fall 2016”
Spring is the perfect time for a new beginning and a new wardrobe. I may have a penchant for all the structured tweed, ankle boots and neck accessories that winter had to offer, but I’m definitely ready to shed those heavy winter layers, and trade them in for dresses and other lightweight garments in order to embrace the blossoming, new season. And, what I loveContinue reading “From the Runway. Spring Dress Trends”
When I look at the Gucci Real bag that Alessandro Michele created for the label’s 2016 fall collection, I am reminded that a little satire goes a long way in this mad, mad world of fashion. Ph: Gucci Fall 2016 via Vogue To shake things up, the new creative director for the label tapped the talents of graffiti artist,Continue reading “Lust List. Gucci’s Keep’n It Real”
When it comes to strategically structured volume and slightly off-beat, tailored separates -by labeling her aesthetic slightly off-beat, I mean in the coolest, it girl, clamoring way possible- Rosie Assoulin is leading the pack.