If you had to limit yourself to only one beauty thingy, what would it be?
Mine would be a pot or stick of something shiny.
Any sheer, illuminating balm works for me – to go on lids, lips, cheekbones, inner corners of the eye. Chanel’s Cruise 19 beauty collection is sublime and all about the illuminating tools, with an overarching colour palette of earthy-meets-ethereal bronzes, silvers, oysters and taupes. Noisy Huda-style make-up this is not! But it is timeless and investment-worthy, with lush, blendable textures. (more…)
I didn’t see the Raf Simons SS20 show irl, but I watched it on Instagram Live – is that not the same but almost better? Except instead of chatting to your seatmate after the show, you read the reactions of other Raf-heads (and then check Tim Blanks’s review to fill the missing knowledge gaps).
So accordingly, the Raf Simons SS20 show was a resetting, or returning back to basics of sorts. (more…)
Ami Paris is going large on womenswear. For SS20, the French menswear brand just showed a full women’s collection as part of a co-ed runway show in Milan and according to BoF, womenswear actually informed the men’s design for the season too.
Ami Paris has featured womenswear in its collections for a while, but mostly as scaled-down carbon copies of the men’s pieces. While there are some strong looks in the new SS20 collection (like this one), I think I prefer the simplicity of Ami’s classic garconne look. (more…)
I never got on board with athleisure. Firstly, I hate formal exercise and secondly, I can’t stand leggings. Or any stretchy, clingy, overly form-fitting garb. So I let Lululemon, Sweaty Betty and their ilk pass me by. (Nike is different. Don’t ask me why.)
But there’s another health-style hybrid that’s snuck up on me and this one seems to have more appeal. It’s wellness-wear. So the stuff you wear for meditation, or hanging out apres-asanas on your yoga retreat. (more…)