Feb 23, 2012


 9:00- Mary Katrantzou
12:00- Holly Fulton
14:00- Meadham Kirchhoff

Here it is, what we call a small surpise for all of you. A few latest candids from LFW. 
An extraordinary experience I've never had in my life before. 


Feb 19, 2012



Feb 16, 2012


    I know, it is simply a plagiarism, but I couldn't resist of not posting those shots here. Current street styles from New York a/w12' fashion week. It was cold there, not kidding, it was freezingly cold. However, the denim washed blazers and three-quarter sleeves were still welcomed.
   Also probably the do-or-die thing is not wearing tights.  Wear pants or make a sucrfice...a beautiful sucrifice. Isn't that terribly chic, showing your legs in all it's glory, when the tempirature is merely trying to reach a zero. The neon citrine socks, stilletos and richly printed "warming" midi definitely one of my biggest favourites.
   Furry fur is also there. God, how I adore those yetti sort of coats, rocking by several glam chicks like Frida. Don't matter what colour it would be, just try it on and preferably the 60s cat-eyes and the high updo or franch tail...do not overload with hairy covering though.
   We had hardly said goodbye to the previous season, before the next one arrived in a blink of an eye. You could feel the slight breeze of the spring tidal wave, only looking at the silhouettes, colours and prints. Sky blue mohair jacket and crispy white... it always good to match those too.

   Street style throught the lense of Tommy Ton is always represent at its best. It gives the aura of the look a chance to flash inpiration right infront of you. But no doubts, you should better see it in the real life... No more words. I'm off.

(c) Tommy Ton (style.com)

Feb 14, 2012

Craving #1

The magic happened, when I first saw those sugared cuties in the airport... It was love from the first sight , like the real love...In that moment, my concerns were focused on the more essential things like a new purse, but god, what a marvelous new collection of Kurt Geiger accessories !
Neon transculent clutches, that are made more from the sugar candy than plastic, would be the right detail to kill in any ensemble. However, don't forget to bring the right things with you...everything is in plain view.

And now, after hours and hours of blaiming myself, I will not miss the second chance of getting my neon cutie and maybe something for extra, like those pretty leather bracelets...

Feb 13, 2012

Feel the rhythm of the Charlestone...

 1920s is back! Take another glass of cold gin and feel the move in time of the lively dance steps. How incredible is that... Even now,  being stuck on the replay button of the several music composition of that époque, I would sell my soul to spend the glittering evening there, dancing till the dawn, swinging in the beautiful garment decorated with the beaded fringes, emphasizing the movement. There were no boundaries in the life full of pleasures in those times, however, the morals remained. 

Personally, this risen trend of the charlestone era was one of the most pleasant surprises of the s/s 12'. There were no better period concerning the feminine power. 1920s were those beautiful times, when woman left her home with the pursuit of independent life. She wanted the freedom and she obtained it, regardless all the strict moral principles. The youthful and boyish style was an act of the equal rights. Women cracked a window and look at the vogue from the new androgynous perspective or la garconne look( very antithesis of the romantic style).
The bobbed hair and the effort to look as much like boys, made it almost impossible to distinguish an adult women from the schoolboy, except her rouged lips and kohl penciled eyebrows, simple as that. What about their curves, the silhouette made an attempt to be boyish and the waistline dropped round the hips.

 Designers took the delight in creating those shimmering frocks. You could notice the renovation of the classical looks on the forefront of the fashion stream. Conforming the dazzling fleur, couturiers made an attempt to present all the shimmering silk trimmed with ribbons, furs, sequins and beaded flowers...glamour with a capital "G".

So why should you not dare to fall into the la garconne époque all the more so, because the opportunity to transform the 20' grace from the precious costumery way to the more modernist is right in front of you. 

Bring the atmosphere and show what does the "all that jazz" mean. But to be going on with, lets start from the Jasophine Barker dance steps, that would probably help you...and then lets the party begins.

(Gucci, Marni, Pedro Lourenco, Marc Jacobs, Alberta Ferretti, Etro, Marchesa, Oscar De La Renta...)

Feb 10, 2012