The girls from Nom de Mode have pivoted. They’ve introduced PER/se (pronounced ‘per say’ as in the Latin phrase meaning ‘by itself’), a one-piece concept that will produce one design every two months. (more…)
When it comes to bags versus shoes, I’m much more of a bag girl. Bags are practical, they’re harder working, while shoes only really do one job. A new bag feels a bit like a new back-to-school pencil case, symbolising potential and possibility. Oh, the places we’ll go!
I’m a self-confessed double-bagger. (more…)
Joseph is one of those brands that doesn’t get a lot of shouty media attention but lots of people rely on. It’s just added an excellent shoe component to the line-up that’s a mix of boyish favourites and walkable glove shoes.
I especially like the vegetable tanned, crepe-heeled boots in classic colours from maroon, to tan, to black. (more…)
While Alessandro Michele has been successfully shaking up Gucci, someone else has been quietly reinventing another heritage Italian brand. Over at Ports 1961, womenswear creative director Nataša Čagalj is properly getting into her striding, adding a cool wonkiness to otherwise staple separates. (more…)