Archived beanie, abandoned Basque, hat you’ll want to wear this spring will (only) the baseball cap. He is the new hairstyle chosen by influencers and fashion editor to the latest fashion weeks in New York, London and Milan. Much more comfortable than a styling and much more cool of a new short haircut, the hat with a visor this Spring Summer 2017 PURE trend. But how to wear it in the routine of day-by-day avoiding the effect bad girl in high school? Try to match it to be business woman coats with shoulders 80s style Miroslava Duma, or look at the last trench + hoodie
An original touch and fun for this Fall Winter will definitely pom pom fur, synthetic, animal characters or simple hairy balls … even anti stress!
A few examples that I have selected for you…
Shining sun, Art Deco houses and skies in ice cream pastel colours , palm tress and the beach, I am just returning from a 9 day journey to Miami and to a well needed winter break. I was there for work, but shooting under the sun didn’t feel as much like it. I hadn’t been before, it’s always a pleasure to discover a place for the first time, especially when having seen so much already. Miami was super exciting and fun and it feels like there is a lot more I could discover on my next visit.
Here you go with some impressions from South beach and the Standard Miami Spa hotel where I stayed for two nights after the job. I didn’t take fully advantage of the Spa offerings, I’m more of a pool girl, but the deco alone was so worth hanging out there.
Designers took a cue from nature this season by incorporating breezy palm-tree prints into their collections.
If you’re feeling a little pained watching the summer fly by from your office window, might we suggest a little sartorial salve by way of cheerful palm-tree prints from the Spring 2014 runway shows? More Designers sent models walking down the runway decked out in this tropical motif.
We love palm-tree prints because they transport us to the summer sands and warm breezes of vacations past. Plus, they make dressing fun and playful. Palm-tree prints are also the perfect alternative for women who find traditional florals to be too feminine.
These tropical prints have also hit our favorite stores. Check out a few of the pieces on our wish lists below and scoop up one or two for yourself.
I’m not done covering Sydney fashion at least for this week (no worries, Milan Men’s and Couture Paris coming up soon).
With all the monochromatic looks one detail I noticed this time again, the shoes ! I haven’t seen that many black heels at once, especially the most simple version, an elegant heeled sandal with a simple strap that Gianvito Rossi and Givenchy seem to do best.
I love this type of simple heel, it will go with everything. The problem at least for me, my feet don’t look great in them, I’m yet to find the right strap placement for my toes, does this make sense ?
Here we go with many many shoes from Sydney’s fashion week, all in black, heels and flats.
Footwear designers may or may not have been thinking of Destiny’s Child singing “Bootylicious” when creating their fall lineups. But they certainly had booties on the brain. The collections were awash with ankle-high or lower calf-hitting creations, and their incarnations were many. Balmain did a regal, black and gold military style that featured a nine-strap closure over a gilded inset. Roger Vivier’s purple suede version sported cheerful pink, green and blue laces.Francesco Russo showed more detail than normal with a sexy open-toe and open-braided black number that had a hint of dominatrix.