While the fashion industry is becoming less seasonal by the day, instead opting for more frequent ‘drops’, in my mind, September is still officially New Season month. I still look forward to the September issue of Vogue (yes, I’m the one keeping print afloat) (Just – R.I.P Marie Claire) and I’m relieved to see proper clothes in the shops instead of endless tees and shorts. Hey, I’m a knitwear girl! Here’s my pick of the autumn trends and best buys I’m eyeing for the forseeable…
DIOR GORPCORE While Dior menswearis getting most of my love at the moment, I’m here for the Dior plaid cagoule (more…)
I’ve spent the last month in a wellness bubble, reading up on the apparently $8 billion industry. Like most people, I had zero interest in mindfulness, self-care and sheet masking rituals five years ago, yet here I am, as obsessed with meditation appsand rose quartz rollers as the next person. I wonder what came first – our anxiety-ridden culture or the industry that told us we need CBD facials and sound baths to stay sane?
I don’t have the answer, but my weakness is anything ritualistic that promises to counter the pressures of digital overstimulation and my not-done to-do list. (more…)
“This should be the responsibility of photographers today: to free women, and finally everyone, from the terror of youth and perfection.” Peter Lindbergh
How do you define the ‘Lindbergh’ look? I think I summed it up quite well here; soulful, expressive, with a slightly red-eyed, poetic vulnerability. The Lindbergh look “speaks of emotion and individuality, always letting the natural skin shine through.” (more…)
“For years I tried yoga, but I had a hard time with the whole namaste aspect. I just didn’t want some instructor forcing a philosophy on me if I didn’t necessarily agree. Pilates, you get some of the yoga-type exercise but less namaste.” (more…)