I hope that everyone had a great weekend, another busy one here, but managed to enjoy a bit of much needed R & R. I am starting this week off with one of my favorite new style inspirations, model Candela Novembre. I love her take on femininity and how she merges basics with bold prints and colors. Here are just a few of my favorite looks spotted on the streets and some ideas on how to create the look. I hope that everyone has a great week!
Monday, September 22, 2014
Friday, September 19, 2014
Friday has arrived, it is time to celebrate! It has been a busy week both at work and the other work that I have going on. I have been enjoying the beautiful crisp mornings here in New York where all you need is a light jacket of choice (mine being my favorite vintage leather jacket) and you are set until lunch time when the sun warms everything up. I hope that everyone has a great weekend, but before I leave you here are some beautiful things that I have loved this week.
This wedding in Croatia is beyond dreamy for both the location and the fashion
There are no words to describe this apartment in Paris
Speaking of, this is a day that I would have loved to spend in France
This is the type of workshop that I would dream to attend, so much beauty
Meditation, something that seems impossible in our busy lives, but here are a few great pointers
Thursday, September 18, 2014
London is quickly becoming one of my favorite cities for fashion. I adore how emerging designers use color and are not afraid to break the 'rules'. The Spring shows were just another example of this where British designers like Emilia Wickstead, Michael van der Hamm and Roksanda turned out collections that were dizzily colorful, feminine and just down-right pretty. One of my favorite trends to emerge from London were the light as air pinks, that were like taking in a breath of fresh air, especially when paired with soft lilacs at Temperley London. Sheer touches were a dominant theme in New York and are not for the modest, except at shows like Burberry and Issa where sheer fabric overlays were placed over an abstract print.