March 8, 2013

Toga Pulla {Designer Review}

I absolutely love these buckle boots from Toga Pulla. To give you a run down on the designer Yasuko Furuta a former costume designer and stylist infuses an edgy glamour and avant-garde vision into his label.

1. Buckle Ankle Boot Farfetch // 2. Buckle Boots Matches // 3. Suede Ankle Boots Farfetch // 4. Ankle Boot Opening Ceremony // 5. Patent and Leather Ankle Boots Farfetch

Mary Katrantzou {Clutches}

Mary Katrantzou's signature kaleidoscope prints can now be seen in her first set of clutches. The designs are based on here S/S '13 collection featuring exotic motifs and perforated edges. The collection will be available March 11th.
So pretty!

Source {Bazaar}

March 6, 2013

Thank You Etsy

1. These gorgeous 3D stainless steel 24gold plated rings look super cool stacked.

2. Custom made perplex Spider Web clutch perfect for any night out!

3. Add some colour to your bedroom walls with these cute Carry On Prints.

4. Beautiful Raven Claw Necklace from my favorite shop.

Hedi Slimane Dissapoints at the YSL Show!

I guess this was expected since Hedi took over the house of Yves Saint Laurent. California Grunge was his inspiration for this collection.  But on the other hand critics were disappointed, they said it was "confusing" as he used excessive feathers, fringing, leather, lace, sequins, tailoring, baggy pants, capes, tribal pendants and the list goes on....For his first collection as creative director of Saint Laurent,Hedi Slimane took his inspiration from the fashion house’s archives, presenting an aesthetic thoroughly rooted in the brand’s history. For this, his second show, he appears to have done the opposite, creating a collection so far from the label’s style, people were double checking their invitations.

March 5, 2013

{Fashion Week} Part 3: Milan F/W RTW 13

The mode in Milan - reserved chic, beautiful coats and dresses. Tons of Italian traditional sex appeal and lady-like sophistication.

To see Part 1 NY & Part 2 London go here


A Kaleidoscope backdrop offered a clue to the hard edged collection. Veronica's influenced showed up in her collection from cathedral vaults to cathedral ceilings, 19th century ethnic textiles and Russian ceramics. 


Pure Romance is how I describe Thomas Maier's collection this season. His use of "wool" fabric taken to a whole new dimension, sculptured sleeves, exposed seams, volume with pleats - pretty and polished.


The set had a polyhedron carved into it which was meant to represent the cut of a diamond. Timelessly elegant is probably best to describe this collection. Jackets were elongated and slightly cinched at the waist. Buckled shoes with a big heel. Her fabrics were mostly structured using double faced felts and leather for outerwear.



Designers Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron' s show popped with constructed layered looks. Sharply tailored coats and a focus on the waist, shirts tucked into waists and oversized belts.

Some of my favorite Accessories from show.

Source {Style, nymag, Elle, Vogue, WWD, Fashionrising}

White Hot!

White is the new black - at least for upcoming spring/summer. Add some black and its a sure winner - as seen all over the runways this season.
Although this post is a little premature as I look out the window at the foot of snow that still covers the ground like a crisp white blanket, it is still something to look forward to this coming S/S and a refresher from the seasons past dark and noisy graphic prints and colour pops.

I'm loving crisp white for summer and the amazing "all white: editorial below by Tony Irvine:

1. Blouse H&M  // 2. Wrap Mini Skort Zara // 3. Satin Jacket T by Alexander Wang // 4. Panelled Bonded Lace Dress Warehouse // 5. Pistol Short Boots Acne My Theresa // 6. Nappa Leather Sandals Gianvito Rossi My Theresa // 7. PS1 Medium Satchel Net-A-Porter // 8.Frilly Knickers Nail Varnish Butter London

Source {Bazaar}

March 4, 2013

Today's Streetstyle

Via London Fashion Week. Love the t-shirt mixed in with that amazing Simone jacket layered under a coat  and lady-like skirt + the ankle boots.  

Source {Elle}

DVF for Roxy Collection {Launching March 7th}

I'm super excited about this collaboration. Diane von Furstenburg has designed a collection for the surfer-girl chic using her iconic prints. The line includes swimwear, beach cover-ups, shorts, boardwalk bags and more priced at between $38 to $88 - how exciting and not to mention the price point, a budget for every gal.

The collection launches on March 7th at DVF and Roxy stores, as well as

And something to get you excited about, PIN to WIN on Pinterest! Enter here.

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