According to the bling on the runways in Milan, New York, London and Paris for FW19, it’s all about statement earrings, chunky gold and pretty pearls this season.Read More
So it’s practically end of August and there is something in the air that smells to me like a return to a timetable .. if you’ve been lucky to catch a glimpse of the sea or stay in a city that’s empty of traffic jams .. it’s now time to get into reverse gear .Read More
Playing on the concept of SLOW fashion and the global propensity for consuming and discarding objects and clothing, SABINNA's SS18 collection 'Objective Memories' explores sentimentality and garments becoming special rather than purely materialistic.
In an attempt to create pieces that people can feel connected to, designer Sabinna Rachimova used items from her childhood as inspiration. Incorporating traditional Russian techniques that her Grandmother taught her, the collection features signature knitwear with crochet flowers and lace with merino wool.
T-shirts with words printed backwards explore the idea of reflection and knee-length pleated dresses in block colours exude an air of nostaligia.
Milan can often be more subdued and elegant when it comes to colour and this season, again we saw a lot of yellow and red. Daniela Gregis’ collection was almost entirely red, but for a little light relief in the shape of blue printed dresses and a gorgeous knit hat– which would be the only thing I would wear on my head in winter to keep warm.Read More
As I am one of those women who likes to purchase menswear items in smaller sizes so that I can wear them myself, I usually allow myself fall in love with any pieces that catch my eye at #LFWM and then just hope that the designers of said pieces sell to the Asian markets so that I am able to order in a size that fits a woman nicely!!Read More