That’s my take on winter / fall trend in a nutshell! Just before it get truly shiny and glittery for Xmas and New year’s 😉
Last night I ended up on a long bus ride all the way from East to West London.
That night bus trip that makes you realise that with most of the street/corner of the city you have associated memory and feeling with. I guess at that point most people settle down and feel comfortable they have tamed the city and already developed a bond, closeness and relationship with it.
For me this is the point where I get tempted to discover new alleys and allocate new memories with it and rebuild foundations.
I come to the conclusion that I’m a gypsy at heart?
I like to mix prints and patterns and I was feeling a bit bohemian – the hat always adds that feel. The elements of gold in it and also on the heels added a bit of electric feel to the boho feeling and brought out the spark.
Again with Zac Mahrouche we were exploring the Notting Hill. Enjoy the last day of bank holiday!
It looks like the spring has finally come to London and I always get so happy when the sun visits the streets of this vibrant city!
I am an absolute fan of graphic black and white and I continue the journey of this combination before the full blossom of flowers arrives. The Kenzo cap is definitely the focus of the look, but I decided to tone it down with a loose, semi-elegant shirt. The shorts and knee highs added a bit of playful element. In total I achieved a look which is sexy, quite elegant but also playful.
I am a huge fan of vintage and I could not help to have a peek into a pop up shop with absolutely beautiful selection of unique vintage garments. The extremaly large mirror encouraged me to strike some poses!
Enjoy the beautiful sun!
I am wearing:
All photos by Zac Mahrouche
London Fashion Week is always something I look forward dearly – the excitement of awaiting of shows, seeing new collections, meeting new excting people and admiring street style is more than enough to make my heart jump!
For me it’s a great source of inspiration and networking, therefore LFW is something that cannot be missed!
I was attending the shows also on behalf of Christopher Sims who is the editor in chief of 55 Factory and 55 Magazine, to which I have been contributing with my fashion illustrations.