Within the vast of Leila Yavari’s super fluid monochrome knits, Camille Charriere’s sheep’s eyes and camel ensembles & fashion folk’s general tendence to Acne sneakers and oversized sweaters; fall had officially arrived into our world through Stockholm fashion week. It’s so weird – as much as I claim to be a summer girl who lusts after sunlight 10 months of the year, my fashion sensible heart always belongs to fall. Which also explains why I go bankrupt every September.
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Blue striped top Zara (similar here) // white cropped pants Zara (similar here & here) // b&w sandals Sam Edelman (similar here & here) // black leather backpack Onna Ehrlich // mirrored sunglasses Topman (similar here & here)
Though it would probably be a little difficult to walk around in those heels on a boat. However I’m really glad to have finally tailored those culottes, did you know that it’s almost 10 times cheaper to shorten hems (and all other tailoring stuff) in Turkey than in Canada? Well, now you do. You can pay round-way shipping and send the items to a tailor in Turkey and it still may be cheaper, I’m serious.
Actually the reddest red carpet of all red carpets since the Valentino Garavani retirement runway. I don’t know if there was a memo or something but s.it got weird last night at Emmy Awards. One after another everybody appeared in red gowns which made me admire the blue and white dresses even more.
Click through to see all the looks from the night: the best, the worst and the annual boringsters.
It’s finally my turn to post irritating summer vacation photos on Instagram cause I’m finally home. At Bodrum, been enjoying the weather that reminded me it’s actually the summer portion of the year and the most perfect sea in the world. And what comes hand in hand with vacation? Reverse breton stripes, pool sliders and ridiculously big straw hats, of course.
Of all the things that made Agyness Deyn the coolest girl in the world à l’époque, this may be the most enviable one. The beautiful model + actress added fashion designer to her resume with the brand Title A, a perfectly masculine (so masculine that it’s actually feminist) brand that takes inspiration from Annie Hall, Patti Smith, Katharine Hepburn and even Cathy Horyn and one that refrains from the slightest of femininity. You can shop the collection from NET-A-PORTER.