Last week I rediscovered a ten-year-old Helmut Lang blazer in my wardrobe that I don’t think I’ve ever worn because it always felt slightly too big. When I tried it on this time, it fitted perfectly (I just think the sleeves need a tiny alteration) and the structure of the shoulders really makes an incredible difference if you have a tendency to slouch (more…)
Big news of the week: Kim Jones is leaving his post as Louis Vuitton artistic director of menswear. I’ve loved his collections at LV – so many things I would happily wear. And I like how he tied his collections to cultural movements in art and music. Remember the Christopher Nemeth collaboration? (more…)
These looks from Christian Dior pre-fall 2018 are simply beautiful. Simple. And beautiful. The collection is inspired by gender-fluid 1920s surrealist Claude Cahun and I love how in tune it is with women’s lives; extremely wearable and adaptable. The trousers above look like the perfect weight and cut.
…Groundbreaking. Yes Miranda, I know. But these big blowsy blooms are so happy-making for gruelling January aren’t they?
These are from the new Topshop campaign and typically, I can’t see them on the site yet* (UPDATE! See below for delivery dates]. So I’ve improvised with some other picks. I’m not the girliest girl, so the only way I can fathom these unapologetic florals is styled how they are above with ultra dark high waist jeans and a classic Superga-style sneaker or western boot. If you’re more adventurous than me, you could also wear them with dungarees, or tucked into a midi skirt with ankle socks and chunky Prada-esque heels. Also, clashing florals are never wrong in my book… (more…)