E Tautz

How I Live Now

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 1 Patterned men’s blazer, Folk SS14///Blouse, Peter Jensen SS14///Vintage jeans, Beyond Retro///Ring, Fiona Paxton SS14, Eddie Borgo earrings

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 2 Jacket, Hysteric Glamour (stylist’s own)

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 3 Coat, Kate Spade SS14 (buy it here)/// blouse, Antipodium SS14///culottes, Wood Wood SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 4 Vintage top, Beyond Retro///Ring, Fiona Paxton SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 5 Coat, Carven Resort 14///Skirt, Antipodium SS14///Pink men’s sweater, YMC///Vintage pie crust blouse, Beyond Retro///Shoes, Jimmy Choo///Socks, Falke///Earrings, Eddie Borgo SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 6 Coat, Carven Resort 14///Skirt, Antipodium SS14///Pink men’s sweater, YMC///Vintage pie crust blouse, Beyond Retro

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 7 Men’s jacket, E. Tautz SS14///Vintage top, Beyond Retro///Jeans, Just Cavalli SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 8 Vintage top, Beyond Retro

How I Live Now-Emma-Miranda-Moore-Navaz-Batliwalla-Disneyrollergirl-13 Vintage top, Beyond Retro///Jeans, Just Cavalli SS14///Ring, Fiona Paxton SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 10 Vintage top, Beyond Retro///Jeans, Just Cavalli SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 11 Blouse, Antipodium

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 12 Coat, Kate Spade/// Culottes, Wood Wood SS14/// Ring, Fiona Paxton SS14

How-I-Live-Now-Disneyrollergirl-Emma-Miranda-Moore 13 Mesh dress, DKNY SS14

Photography: Emma Miranda Moore
Styling: Navaz Batliwalla/Disneyrollergirl
Model: Nastya Siten at Models 1

London Fashion Week AW13: Day five highlights

London Fashion Week has flown by this season, partly due to the new menswear-free, five-day format, and partly because I’ve become much more focused. I’ve traditionally done as many shows as I can at LFW, but these days a) it’s impossible to see everything and b) it’s unnecessary. There are so many other ways to see collections without the battle of 9am starts and seating politics. Instagrams, Vines, live streaming and the almost-instant images uploaded on sites like Now Fashion and the genius GPS Radar app means you can get a pretty good sense of what’s happening without leaving your screen. (more…)

London Collections: Men AW13 – from highland heritage to city subcultures

Can you forecast next season’s trends based on three days in one city? A little. Two stood out for me at London Collections: Men this week – neither very surprising. Menswear trends are a bit more predictable than womenswear because (as a rule) men like to shop for the familiar rather than the new. So we saw a ton of youth subculture references, plus many nods to Great British heritage and manufacturing. (more…)

Menswear for women from E. Tautz, Mr Start and A. Sauvage

Rihanna’s been causing quite the commotion lately, doing her Kanye-in-reverse thing of gadding about town in Acne and Raf Simons menswear. Kanye hit the headlines at Coachella last year cross-dressing in his Celine foulard-print blouse and Rihanna’s outing brings the trend full circle. I prefer my menswear a little more subtle so it’s great to see a few noted menswear brands (all Brits) giving women more or less what they offer men, with just the slightest modifications. (more…)