Monthly Archives: April 2013

What You’ll be wearing for FALL 2013

April 26th, 2013 (No Comments)

PUNK IT UP It was all anarchy at Junya Watanabe, Versace and Fausto Puglisi. It’s a look referenced regularly by Vivienne Westwood and Jean Paul Gaultier- biker zip jackets, bold tartan checks and acid wash (Rodarte). Whilst PUNK was definitely a trend for the season, it wasn’t heavily referenced by the big names though. CANDY […]

A natural sugar fix

April 23rd, 2013 (No Comments)

Crazy for Pina Colada any time of the year! My current obsession with all things pineapple-related has nothing to do with 60′s retro surf or Hawaii. I love it’s natural geometric shapes, and the way it tastes when mixed with Malibu. I also love pineapple on pizza. 1. Bermuda lamp base: ( 2. lamp stand: […]

Molten-dipped magic for 2013

April 19th, 2013 (No Comments)

Burberry Prorsum has created a monster! It was all glitz and glamour at their Spring Summer 2013 show as Christopher Bailey showed abundance of metallics, rehashing the sci-fi trend we saw for the season prior. The pinks and blues were standouts for me, as metallics in any form of green looks way too sickly. Metallics […]

Karlie Kloss by David Sims

April 18th, 2013 (No Comments)

The beautiful images for the Hermès Spring Summer 2013 catalogue display a stunning ‘how-to-wear’ for their famous silk scarves, as they dance across your screen. How nice it would be to sleep in a patchwork quilt the size of Europe made from the whimsical prints that make up Hermès’ world. Source: images via Tweet […]

French Revue VS. Richard Prince: Some shameless ‘inspiration’

April 16th, 2013 (No Comments)

Creative’s rip-off Richard Prince all the time… he is one of the wonder-boy’s of our generation, so it’s no wonder. The latest to get inspired by Richard Prince’s iconic GIRLFRIEND’s images (I reported about these a few weeks back) is photographer Thierry Le Goues for issue #22 of French Revue de Modes, featuring buxom blonde […]

The Pop Asia debate

April 10th, 2013 (No Comments)

Just touching on some Spring 13 collections that are in-stores now.  ‘Orientalism’ is a trend that comes around season after season, and it’s a trend that I’ve never really admired.  Maybe it’s because it’s often too stereotyped and literal (remember Louis Vuitton Spring 2011) or perhaps it’s because it seems too fancy dress. Okay I […]

The making of a Prince

April 3rd, 2013 (No Comments)

Most fashion followers would know ‘appropriation’ artist Richard Prince best for his collaboration with Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton back in Spring 2008. In homage to the artist, Vuitton sent models down the runway dressed as nurses- an obsession of Prince’s. The monogrammed bags and hats designed by the artist were popularised by celebrities and […]


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