Black is coming back in a huge way…did it ever leave? Anyway, the runways were filled with look after look of black. Blame it on the recession or designers just getting back to basics, either way I’m loving it! There’s nothing more chic than that feminine edge. Looking back at my past posts I’m definitely feeling the movement. Hope you enjoy the pics I found…xoxo
Well it’s the end of an era and the beginning of a new one. At the close of MB fashion week 2010 we learned that this was going to be the last time fashion week will be shown at Bryant Park. Starting Fall 2010 the shows will be moving to Lincoln Center. Some are excited for the change and the freshness it will bring to the shows. Other’s are feeling nostalgic and really resisting the change. I can see both sides, but honestly I think it’s good for a creative profession. On a whole we (people) don’t like change. But really what’s the harm, we can always go back! What do you think? xoxo
I just arrived back into town after two weeks in Australia, what a beautiful place. We spent 3 nights in Sydney and 8 days at a beautiful beach called Lennox. I had a lot of down time and needless to say I read many magazines. Everything from Australian Elle, to British Vogue and I have to say that european magazines are much more inspiring and thought provoking than the US versions. The way they understand clothes and the women who wear them is amazing.
The european style of laid back, sophisticated, eclectic chic is exactly what I aspire to achieve. I came straight home and started reorganizing my closet. Deciding what to keep and what to buy is an ongoing process, but always keeping CLASSIC in mind is key.
I’ve come across fashion editor Giovanna Battaglia of L’Uomo Vogue and assistant fashion editor Viviana Volpicella of Vogue Nippon, both italian, that inspire me. They’re style is perfection and I hope you can draw some inspiration from them as well. Have fun! xoxo