Wednesday, November 17, 2010
I have been keeping my eye on Christine Centerera, Fashion Editor for Harper's Bazaar Australia and love her style. Came across these two photos of her in camel and leather, taking her look from Spring to Fall, loving both.
images: trendycrew.com, wikifashion.com
Posted by K.L.S. at 1:19 PM
Monday, November 15, 2010
Pulling from the archives here, from the July '10 issue of Amica (I mean 5 real months is like 5 fashion years), but I think this fall preview editorial evokes a great overall feel for the season, with the minimalism, a little masculinity, leather, capes and that lingering military flair.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
This spread is from Grey magazine's A/W '10-'11 issue, shot in a vacant house, with a bit of a domestic boredom feel. Love the minimalist styling and choice of colors and pieces. Styled by Raffaella Campeggi and photographed by Sune Czajkowski, model, Ranya Mordanova. Just another Tuesday, 10.25.10.
Posted by K.L.S. at 11:46 PM
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Shot for Elle's Dec. '10 issue, model Tori Praver looks just a touch overheated in a super sexy, super stylish way. Makes me kind of miss summer already. Fashion Editor, Kate Lanphear, photographer, Dan Martensen.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
I am inspired by all sorts of images everyday, from editorials and blogs and ad campaigns and lookbooks and runway shots and shopping pages, and the list goes on. Sometimes I think one simple image can say a lot (even if it is only speaking to me and my current mood) and this all leather Chloé ensemble from the Fall '10 runway is speaking to me. Thought I would share :)
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Now this woman, presumably Parisian, but maybe just a woman on the streets of Paris, is what I would call ON trend...she has the cape-style vest (in a shade of camel, obvi) over a denim button-down and pleated + leather skirt with leopard print open toed shoes...let's see I count 5 or 6 trends here. Hmmm maybe a bit much, but she is definitely rocking the outfit and you have to love it for it's trend-spotting made-easy charm.
Posted by K.L.S. at 12:08 AM