I totally fell head over heels with this previous editorial, ‘New York’ from the latest Vogue Paris. That is why I had to throw some things together to re-create a mix of the looks in the editorial. I just love the idea of taking on the Grunge-style in a bit more sophisticated way. Like pairing slippers with a classy trench coat or an elegant suit jacket in satin. Or giving the pleated/checked pieces an lighter feeling, like the Dries Van Noten shirt and trousers in checked wowen silk. Mixing heavy materials like wool and denim, with luxurious ones like silk and mesh, creates a flawless and very wearable look. On top left you’ll find: trousers from Theory, silver metallic jacket from Rochas, crepe and silk-blended satin tuxedo jacket from Guilietta, suede waist-belt from Alaïa, slippers with fur details from Céline S/S13, socks from Falke and leopard gloves from Alaïa.
These are absolute stunning! Rochas mirrored-heel leather slingback are to-die-for. They just arrived and you can get them here.
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.