Fringed skirt by Maje is this week’s choice. What I love about this piece is fact that it is made out of leather, what makes it relevant and perfect transitional piece, it also channels current tassel trend. It feels fresh and unique, but because of its colour and fabrication, it is still something that could be a part of your wardrobe for a long time.
Monday, 24 August 2015
Monday, 17 August 2015
Sunday morning. It is finally time to relax and recharge your batteries before the upcoming week. For me Sunday is an ultimate me time, the day when I can finally focus on myself and my close ones. I stay make up free and favour easy to wear, yet kind to the skin clothing that allows me to really be and feel myself. In this case delicious fabrication is a key. I strongly favour cotton, silk, modal, bamboo, lyocel, cashmere. I also tend to go for muted palette of greys, navies, cream and snow white, which for me feel fresh and classic in the same time. Below I have attached the selection of my ultimate cosy looks which appear feminine and relaxed, and allow you to pamper yourself and enjoy what your personal Sunday is really about.
Saturday, 15 August 2015
Wednesday, 12 August 2015
Tuesday, 14 July 2015
Tuesday, 7 July 2015
As an addition to my latest couture feed this morning I have decided to flick through selection of Tommy Ton’s best street fashion moments and this is what I have found. Well, actually I have found quite a lot of really cool styling ideas and knowing their game fashionistas, however those three images struck me the most. Not sure if it had something to do with the upheaval regarding not being afraid to be different movement, or there was some (unnoticed by me) reference to the Miu Miu show, one is certain; Tommy Ton has captured the real fashion statement. The street style just brought out its ‘crazy’ and for the moment in its freshness and daringness it completely outshined the same old polished fashionistas. This fashion moment feels like a breath of a fresh air, or actually an old one; 80’s party scene perhaps? Anyhow, those three photos remind us what fashion week should be really about. Celebration of dressing up and having the hell lot of fun by doing it. Shamelessly peacocking your fabulous self and parting like there is no tomorrow, and there is just it: power to the people and no tags attached...