Topshop’s finest. Swoon
I love this woman, found her on The Sartorialist blog. Her outfit looks like its straight off the Chloe catwalk (I don’t know for certain), but she pulls it off amazingly. So chic, and so Italian. Total girl crush.
I’ve been waiting to see the Dolce & Gabbana campaign after watching the collection in February, purely to see how they would use the masculine vs feminine idea. The feminine sparkles and the masculine tailoring worked amazingly on the catwalk, and surely with the black and white theme throughout the collection this one huge idea of contrast would make for an amazing ad campaign. And it did.
Vogue Paris August 2011 Editorial - featuring Freja Beha and Lara Stone
ASOS are really trying to make me poor, but I love them for it.
Azzedine Alaia showed his first collection in eight years last Friday, and it was worth the wait. Feminine silhouettes and bell-shaped dresses (also evident in AW11 ready-to-wear shows back in February - see Stella McCartney) were everywhere, with hints of autumnal colours (i’m loving the burgundy fur) amongst delicate black dresses. Alaia is back, and we missed him.
This make up is magical - Christian Dior still showing how true couture is done.
I really like finding new blogs that inspire me, and these so far are the few that continue to do so:
Fashion Me Now
Because I’m Addicted
South Molton St Style
If you’re looking for new inspiration I really recommend all of these blogs, they help me relax after a long day of fashion merchandising. Find them all at bloglovin.
Found this on fashiontoast blog…I really never move from natural make-up (except a great red lipstick from NARS) and this was just what I was after. I’m in love with all the colours - everything I need in one place! From Urban Decay, and apparently sold out online - get it quickly..
Asos - £30 “lampshade” skirt - comes in orange, yellow and cobalt blue.
Editorial of models Bambi Northwood-Blyth and Ruby-Jean Wilson for Harpers Australia: