The Resort lines for 2014 has been very strong and I have seen some amazing pieces and combinations. First of all, there were some fabulous looks from the Marc Jacobs Resort line of 2014 that I just want to copy straight away. I do not usually fall head over heels over his collection but in this Resort line there were some strong looks. Among others these three above with pieces in silk, satin and fur styled with underwear and my favorite accessory for the moment – flats. Max Mara is also a brand that delivered. In their Resort line I had two looks which were my favorites which was the head-to-toe black and the head-to-toe white suit. Kind of dig the idea of pairing a cap to the more dressed-up-look, as well as styling the fur scarf, underneath the suit jacket.
Another brand with a strong Resort collection was Adam Lippes. Simple and effortless looks with that gorgeous feminine touches, such as satin robes and kitten-heeled slip-in’s. But there were also pieces that embrace masculinity with wide trousers and silk pants with sporty influences. I love these combinations and I am absolutely crushing over those heels for the moment… Wouldn’t mind them both in black and white (!).
Acne Studios has just released their capsule collection for Summer 2013. The collection is inspired by Eduardo García Benito’s graphic illustration of a woman’s face in profile, sketched for Vogue’s July 1931 cover. Jonny Johansson has designed graphite prints which he have been splashing across breezy summer dresses, voluminous skirts, super cool t-shirts, court shoes as well as baseball caps. The designer also refers to the Art Deco era, and mentions in an interview with Vogue Daily ‘Art Deco is the definition of modernism and classism combined’. I couldn’t agree more. My favorite from the capsule line is definitely the scarf, I am head over heels in love with the turquoise one with lime hints, and wouldn’t mind wearing in like the model underneath – tied like a bandana with the knot in front.
Plaid is apparently one of the hottest trends for this fall along with the girly grunge look. Stella McCartney showed of a feminine, but yet masculine, collection in Paris the other day. She is the master of playing with silhouettes from the both genders – and implementing them into beautiful looks. I believe is not one of her strongest fall and winter collections. I usually jump high for her coats and outerwear but I was disappointed this time. I do like her over sized felt and wool jacket in plaid (above) but over all the coats weren’t mind blowing. Underneath I picked some highlights in details.
Love theses two covers of Document Magazine, which debuted in September last year. The magazine is a new semi-annual fashion, art and culture magazine founded by editorial director and publisher Nick Vogelson and creative and fashion director James Valeri. On the cover you’ll find Lindesy Wixon and the darling for the moment, Karlie Kloss photographed by Daniel Jackson. Love the black and white cover with the flat loafers.
Karmen Pedaru in the editorial ‘Rave New World’ for Vogue UK May 2012. Shot by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Jane How. I love the ‘cap-trend’! The styling with the hat looks amazing in this editorial. And don’t you just love the chunky knitted sweater from Isabel Marant in the last pic?
Frankie Rayder in Jil Sander flor styled with Stella McCartney top and Isabel Marant sweatpants, Rochas killer heels matched with bling-bling shorts and baseball t-shirt, Acne leather star cap with Isabel Marant tank and shoes – what’s there not to like? I love everything about it. Well done, Creative Director Karen Langley. Editorial: ‘The L Train’, in Dazed & Confused Magazine issue April 2012 shot by Theo Wenner.