Thursday, 30 September 2010

NOIR//

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I absolutely love these photos- something so casual and relaxed about them, yet they are still very cool. Loving all the black and white banging around at the moment.
Makes me want a rooftop to frolic about on!

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

COLOUR STRIPE//

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My new vintage jumper that I bought yesterday it's a bit Christmassy in a weird way but i just love the colours!

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

MISSING//

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A bit of long needed inspirations photos that I love!

Monday, 27 September 2010

CECI ET CE LA//

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Some more streetstyle/random photos from London Fashion Week.
Also, I was featured on Elleuk.com which is great, in my outfit from day 5- except it says I'm 24 and I'm only 20!
I was also feature on Coggles' Street Style
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CHANGE THE CHANNEL//

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My new t shirt that Misbhv kindly sent me- love it so much, I'm a sucker for a good mens t shirt!

Saturday, 25 September 2010

SKETCH//

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(Vintage top, bag and coat)

My outfit on the last day of London Fashion Week, and a sketch of me.

Had such a great time, I had been quite nervous before hand but I really hadn't needed to be as I had a great time where lots of wonderful things happened.
So much to post!

Friday, 24 September 2010

ASHISH//

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The spring summer 2011 Ashish girl is a sequined cowgirl, with feathers in her cap and tassels on her jeans. The vibe was fun and fresh, and a great break from the almost colourless other shows. With a great soundtrack that got everyone shaking, the models strutted down the catwalk in confident looks; that included paisley scarves worn loosely around the neck, the pattern also doubled as shirts and shorts.

The stand out headpieces were all feathers and added an almost Pocahontas feel to some of the outfits. Reiterating the cowboy ambience were the sequined cow skin patterns on the dresses, accompanied with bright tassels that were longer than the dresses. Other sequin patterns such as leopard print and polka dots, sometimes mixed together within the same piece, literally made the collection shine.

Of course the shoes were boots, and the boots were cowboy boots, either ankle length (which I’m sure will be very popular) or knee high, with brightly coloured hand painted patterns to match each outfit.


I wrote this for Motif


My favourite outfit has to be the third photo, the big pink feather head piece with the stipe dress!

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

TATA NAKA SS11//

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The Tata Naka SS11 show was full of jelly. Yes, jelly. With a banquet table full of the before mentioned in every colour under the sun, from pastel green to bright pink, flowers and amazingly random pieces, with chairs facing outwards covered in garlands of flowers or lace throws. I knew I’d like it the second I saw this.

We were seated under mini “tents” that were covered in light, white fabric and served jelly in sweet teacups with little gold spoons. The best beginning to any show.

Now, onto the clothes. This season the Tata Naka sisters, Natasha and Tamara Surguladze explored the cultural clash between the lavishness of the Indian Maharajas and Western simplicity; which translated into an almost safari like collection that included some impressive cuts and both a wide range of neutrals and patterns, often mixed together. Embroidery and draping were both recurring themes, and brought an eccentricity to the collection. Accessories were incorporated with the embellishments; shoes were covered in beads and were the perfect clash of English and Indian cultures and styles.

The feel was one of Colonial India, and how the English adapted to Indian weather in their dressing, but also how India adapted to British culture.



LFW DAY 4 HIGHLIGHTS//

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Some highlights of today. Millions more to come.
I'm shattered!

p.s. all photos are mine so please credit accordingly

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