This outfit is very New York City chique. Although it was designed for the spring/summer collection, to me it has an autumnal feel with the moderate pastel colours fused together in the top. This look is versatile, as it opens itself up to both formal and casual wear, for example it can be played down by wearing pumps by day, and more glam by adding heels for evening wear.
The perfect accessory is the Mulberry bag which gives it that City look, and together with the top it gives it that touch of class. The style of these cropped trousers is relevant to the season, and the colours are pitched at the right level too; it's a desirable ensemble, both pieces complement each other effortlessly.The top alone will attract much attention, therefore no need to accessorise this further; the ruffled neckline adds an air of sophistication.You will feel ready to face anything that lies ahead during the day in this sublime outfit.
Swedish designer Fannie Schiavoni has turned the word accessory into a whole new meaning, with her unique take on chains, and how they're worn is what keeps her in the fashion eye. This dress was displayed at London Fashion Week 2010. Its a statement within itself its bold, fierce and although it oozes sex appeal probably best suited for the more edgier person. For the mere fact that it reminds me of a re-vamped version of an old suit of armour, is what i think makes it so fashion forward, fresh and original. It instantly screams at the Lady Gaga's or Rihanna's of this world.
Hot, sexy, tiny, skimpy and in your face – it’s Mercedez Benz Fashion Week Swim, of course. From 15-19th July, the strictly invite only showcase held at the prestigious Raleigh hotel on Miami beach featured designers such as White Sands Australia, True Religion Swimwear, Red Carter and Nicolita, to name but a few; who dazzled the spectators with bronzed limbed, gazelle-like models strutting the fiercest pieces of Lycra® you ever did see. Key pieces included the vibrant menswear collection by Olasul, reminiscent of a luscious fruity ice lolly, and other highlights were the surprisingly minimalist designs by A.Z Araujo - a refreshing & welcome alternative.