RE Photo Inspo of the week!


Landed and settled back in New York for fashion week we let ourselves look for
different influences this time around. I have always been a great fan of Nick Knight and his art. Recently he released a photo selection with a variety of designers participating in a
shoot for V magazine.
While we work on our reports I wanted to share some of my favourite shots from the shoot here in at Milk studios in LA.148453_960n 148455_960n 148446_960n 148448_960n 148447_960n 148443_960n 148442_960n 148450_960n 148454_960n 148451_960n


OOTD – Layer Cake


Simply put, in cold weathers you layer. However if you care about what you are wearing more than anything, you are probably finding ways of doing so in all ways possible.
I have always been a fan of long sleeve. Long sleeve t-shirt, sweater, dress pretty much anything that you wear on your upper body will most likely be with a long sleeve. Until l came across that perfect tuxedo dress that just so happened to be with NO sleeve. The horror. Obviously it had to be bought and figured out later, so my idea for this including considering the weather was to implement a warm cashmere piece in an earth tone to slow the sexiness down a little bit. However if you want to avoid being mistaken for a librarian wearing that kind of layering, something needs to be added to this look. So I went for my to-go-to safe card which is leather, suede or faux leather 😉 . You could never go wrong with a leather Balenciaga anything so pants and clutch its was.

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Balenciaga Clutch // House of Harlow Shades // Celine cashmere sweater // Sandro Tuxedo dress // IRO Suede Boots

Look of the day – minimal 70’s


As we all know now, the 70’s influence is officially everywhere and you couldn’t avoid it if you tried. However, it is not quite the average 70’s dressing that is all over the runways, its a fresh and updated version with a minimal approach this season, so I wanted to channel a daily look which still touches on the super trend but in a more simple way.
I found this yellow cashmere jumper just a few days before we took off to New York in a consignment shop called “Ampersand” near larchmont in LA.
I know it is a little bit to hot in LA right now to wear 100% cashmere but I just fell in love with the color and the fact that Its slightly cropped. It works really well with a high waisted trouser and a pump for everyday office or like my days running around to meetings around town 😉

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Celine pumps // Sandro trousers // Vintage cashmere sweater // Balenciaga bracelet


Inspo of the week – NYC


After a long time on traveling foot, it is finally time to go through all the material we assembled during our time away!
Our time during NYFW was super hectic and inspirational and we wanted to channel our favourite looks in our own way within the short of space of time we had.
Living on the east coast during this time made me realize how much I layered and how many styles I was mixing! Rick Owens sweatpants went with Stan Smiths and a huge tent-sized wool coat. Cashmere sweaters on top of other cashmere sweaters paired with ponchos and suede trousers, and these were our “safe” options! Obviously the cold weather conditions had a great impact on our outfit choices but I have to say that I really miss the ways of dressing already!Screen Shot 2015-03-06 at 23.18.43
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“Yolk Yellow” at NYFW!


It is always really thrilling when you start to see your forecast take place on the streets on actual people! These looks of “yolk yellow” as we like to call it for this season has been seen in all fashion elements, including a lot of cool accessories.
Many online publications calls this colour “unexpected” but I stand by our forecast saying its totally coming for spring!

Can’t wait to see what’s next for this spring..

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