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Junya Wantanabe A/W 2014

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While fashion is part theater and art, there is nothing I love more than seeing a really great mens collection awash all the womens shows that flood my internet dashboards during the season. The Wantanabe show was one of my favorites. One of the main aspects I liked of the show was its love letter to London, a city I happen to love myself. Part Westwood punk and Oliver Twist, the patchwork detail on the pants and the knits, yep color me inspired.

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“Camouflage” by Ksenia Schnaider S/S 13 Kiev

I’m all about the avant garde. Especially when it comes with such simplicity as well. Ksenia Schnaider, formed by Ukrainian designer Ksenia Marchenko and Russian graphic designer Anton Schnaider in 2011, is a unisex luxury brand that is totally on my radar.

For their Spring/ Summer show entitled, “Camouflage” they have incorporated this design in a subtle way with each piece. I’m in love with the hats and the clean lines of the white button down shirts. It really is one of the most iconic staples in fashion. I love that now that I live in LA the seasons have switched. Seems for next Spring and Summer I’ll be wearing more black.

photos via nowfashion.comĀ 

Pre-Fall Collection Time!!!

Fall is my favorite season. I hope that we can drag out this L.A. fall/winter season just a bit longer. Today on one of my days off this week I checked out some of my fav pre-fall collections. Next month is fashion week and I can’t wait to see what we are all gonna be bundled up in next fall.

My three favorite collections that I seen so far are Alexander Wang, Helmut Lang, and Diesel Black Gold.

Alexander Wang

-we all by this point know my love for A.Wang. I can however admit when I’m not in love with a collection however, this one is pretty spot on for me. With a nod to menswear tailoring he makes my mouth water yet again. Can we talk about that burnout tribal jacket? Here we go…

Helmut Lang

- I don’t talk too much about Helmut Lang but they are one of my go tos when I think of timeless basics. I have these awesome sweaters and skirts that still have carried me through seasons and seasons so far. Their aesthetic hasn’t changed much but that sorta the fun isnt it?

Diesel Black Gold

- This newish line from Diesel is already being compared to brand by the likes of Acne and Rag and Bone. Diesel has shown real growth and a point of view past their extremely popular denim in the 90s and logo printed t-shirts. This line is worth a second look…

photos via fashionologie, style.com

Lost Again…

every time I feel lost and confused I look for inspiration…it’s that time again…another post on what catches my eye this week.

images via weheartit and tumblr

 

Pleats from the Streets.

New Trend Alert! I know that we all shouldn’t use trends as a guide but more of an inspiration to change up your look each season. This season pleats seem to be the name of the game. Wow, ok way too many cliches in that one.

ASOS is one of those shops that can always wow me. This season they are offering so many options it’s making my head spin! From the patterns and lengths to even a daytime casual dress, pleats are not just for your uniform anymore. Pleated tailored shorts too! I for one can’t wait to get a black pleated maxi for my very own.

More pleats on the runway for Spring 2011

Karen Walker

Zucca

credit: thefashionspot, asos.com

 

Fashion Film: Belle Sauvage FW 2011 “Self Similarity”

It’s no secret that fashion films are the wave of the future. More and more these short films or “video editorials” are popping up. This gives people all over the world the chance to see the clothing in motion and is more realistic than a photograph in a highly stylized environment. Since an attempt at trying to make my own I have been obsessed with tracking them down on youtube and becoming more inspired by the minute.

Belle Sauvage is an edgy label out of London and has just recently caught my eye. Worn by Katy Perry, Florence Welch, and La Roux it is sure to be another designer that will break the bank for me. Their fall 2011 collection showed influences from Martin Margiela to Tim Burton with leather cut outs andĀ  architecturally gorgeous accessories.

Here is their fashion film for the season:

Fashion short film for Belle Sauvage FW2011 entitled “Self-Similarity”.
Film by Christian Neuman
A glassloves and Focusart production
Produced by Gity Monsef and Michelle Arnusch
Cinematography by Alex Aach
Styling Masha Monbelli
Music by Planktonwaves
Hair by Sam Burnett
Makeup by Oscar Alexander Lundberg
Model Elina from Profile
Location by Joe Kotroczo
Special thanks to Virginia Ferreira

New York Fashion Week Re-Cap!!!

Ok, so it’s been a while since I have really updated and let everyone know whats going on..Well since I was working all during fashion week in NY I am still trying to catch up with my favorite shows. For now I wanted to share my favorite looks from the collections past..Image Heavy!!! Be warned! But it’s amazing!

Proenza Schouler


I think it’s safe to say that almost every show that Proenza has showed over the last few years I have liked. When it comes to a refined version of how I dress then it’s Proenza Schouler. This season they have taken a tribal influence into such a seemingly staple in any woman’s wardrobe. It’s amazing that they have alerted the new fashion generation to new “classic” style. At least in my opinion.

 

Alexander Wang

Now, we all know that I love me some Alexander Wang. He has gone back to what makes me love him so much. The cool downtown New York girl with just a little tinge of Seattle in 1992. He brought back the importance of a good jacket and the perfect pair of black pants. Again, another season that I just need to get a piece of.

3.1 Philip Lim

As the seasons go on I am paying more attention to Philip Lim’s designs. This is also much like my growing love for Marni. I think because I am entering my late 20s (yep, I said it) that my style is always changing. Into something more timeless and less trend driven. I would wear almost every single piece in this collection. Whether its a day of shopping or a day at the office. He has dressed women in every important moment in her life. And I want to be on this bandwagon she’s on.

credit: style.com