Model: Chanel Iman
Sunday, 28 March 2010
Model: Chanel Iman
Saturday, 27 March 2010
Friday, 26 March 2010
This is my favourite of all the shoot, I love how the light falls on Kate and the banister, its like a window in the midst of daylight shining through on her. The silhoette that the outfit creates is seamless and the rawness of the image is amazing.
Thursday, 18 March 2010
Credit: Polyvore Site
This second image is a section of one of the SS10 creations and I love the embellishment, its so rugged and edgy. I might try customising one of my old jackets in this sort of stuff, I saw an article (I think in Company the High Street Edit) and the shoulder pads and tassles should be simple enough to recreate, yet so effective. Great impact.
Also crushing on these MASSIVELY right now. The baggy 'Hammer pants' as I am sadly tempted to call them, are awesome, almost a cross between chinos and harem pants. Loving these ones by ASOS.
Thinking perhaps a loose tank or body and jacket (Cheryl-esque) with these. Super cool.
Wednesday, 17 March 2010
Alexander Mcqueen S/S 2010
Credit: Style.com & Wireimage
My true fashion God. Although I have to confess I am not a fan of the shoes - they remind me of dinosaurs. Don't ask. But you have to hand it to him, they are kooky and unique. And whilst his pieces are somewhat outrageous at times, they are mostly ready to wear pieces; another enviable trait of McQueen's work, they are wearable whilst still being wild and stand-outish enough. Bravo Lee McQueen. R.I.P
Hello all and welcome to my very first post, my first blog even! Exciting times. I was reading an H&M publication that I picked up in store the other day and whilst talking about London Fashion Week (which I was totally gutted that I couldn't go to by the way!) and it featured information on bloggers such as Jak and Jil, Susie Bubble, Tavi etccc. And I became totally inspired. The idea of such a personal thing to document online was increasingly appealing, like a diary, only better!
Although I have to admit I haven't quite grasped the concept of using it yet - I never was one for computing skills...but I'm learning....slowly!
Basicssss I own incredulous amounts of scrapbooks: labels, adverts, paperchase postcards, photos....pretty much any random bits of yumminess that I can get my hands on and like the look of. But this seemed such a new, exciting way to document everything wonderful, and whilst I've always been totally immersed in my love for fashion, choosing my degree course has opened me up to this whole new insight and passion for the subject!
So bare with me, though I'm not really sure who or if I'm even talking to anyone here, but I hope to create an interesting blog.
Wish me luck!