In between I worked at W for a minute, as a fashion assistant, but that was mostly market and calling things in, and I really like the more creative aspect of styling and making the picture.
The complete interview over at The Cut: Emily Weiss Loves a Good Mist, Doesn't Care About the...
Most of her street-style photos are shot during fashion weeks, so we're always going to see her on the run. Her looks are both fun and edgy when she's off to attend a major fashion show. This being said, I've put together some collages to illustrate her style:
Take a look at the pictures below.
And click click click over to her blog too.
photo credit: love aesthetics
What about you? Any good blogs you have ran into recently?
aren't they beautiful? Each and every one of them is, oh well, perfect: lots of ornaments and detailing going on yet no sense of clutter. Imagine how great these would look on a real person! Reportedly, the inspiration for these tutu dresses came from an original Worth gown from the 19th...
Now? How I'd love to spend a full day just reading old magazines! Such a treat!
Oh yes, the photo above appeared Elle France, September 2011. To say I'm obsessed with her makeup would be a total understatement. Yes?
Stylist: Julie Chanut-Bombard
Model: Barbara Palvin
This week was such a snoozefest around the blog. There is an explanation: been attending as many events as possible during the Architecture Days (ZA) that ended yesterday.
On Wednesday evening I have been invited to be part of the jury for this fashion show organised during ZA2011. I somehow...
And can you guess the best part?
They are the perfect items when the time comes to transition into fall, too!
Think September and take a moment to picture a half turban worn with a leather jacket and wide-legged jeans. Better yet, look below:
What do you say?
Will you wear a...
Last week... was quite the snoozefest around here, wasn't it?
I guess we all need small breaks once in a while. It was one of those crazy weeks of plenty of work to do in sleepless nights.
Other than that, it's good to get out of the house, breathe some fresh air, go for drinks, read a...
First look: Funky beanie, fancy necklace and brooch, warm sweater, random black skirt, ankle-breaking shoes.
It's sort of a dress it up-dress it down game. Very comfortable though.
Second look: Same sweater, bag and brooch. Added pastel jeans, parka, booties and a flower necklace.
Need I say more? Judging from the pictures, it looks that there will be classic Margiela displayed in H&M shops, garments that are somehow summing up the aesthetic of the house.
Although everything looks beautiful in these photos, I am curious to know how they will look like in store, in...