Jil Sander Spring 2014 MFW

"The powerful beauty of random assemblage" 

As always, so simple yet so beautiful. The fractured print was inspired by Alighiero Boetti which added a splash of colour to the collection, absolutely adore the boyish tailored shorts! The simplicity and tailoring of the collection is shown through the way she perfectly cuts her garments.

Beautiful.

WGSN

Both please

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Beautiful print placement at Erdem Spring 2014, backstage at LFW.

Beautiful print placement at Erdem Spring 2014, backstage at LFW.

Oh Erdem, absolutely beautiful as always. 

Oh Erdem, absolutely beautiful as always. 

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Backstage at Alexander Wang NYFW

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Backstage at Alexander Wang NYFW

This Richard Nicoll Spring 2014 blazer is a white, sheer beauty. Yes please.

This Richard Nicoll Spring 2014 blazer is a white, sheer beauty. Yes please.

Beautiful crystal swirls at 3.1 Phillip Lim

Beautiful crystal swirls at 3.1 Phillip Lim

WGSN Street Style

WGSN Street Style

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Coming into Fashion: A century of Photography at Conde Nast. An exhibition at the city art centre in Edinburgh. 
Shot by Peter Lindbergh. Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Lynne Koester and Ulli Stein Meier. Vogue Italia 1989.

Coming into Fashion: A century of Photography at Conde Nast. An exhibition at the city art centre in Edinburgh. 

Shot by Peter Lindbergh. Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Lynne Koester and Ulli Stein Meier. Vogue Italia 1989.

Proenza Schouler: Offline Fashion Hackers

Proenza Schouler talk about industrial textiles ahead of Spring Summer 2014.

Lacoste Spring 2014 Ready-to-wear

So simple and minimalistic yet SO beautiful

Oh heaven.

Oh heaven.

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David Bowie is..

An exhibition which left me even more in awe of David Bowie, completely amazed by his famous androgyny and cross-gender dressing. The chance to see his original outfits, all of which were designed specifically for him for his tours. His clothes were mainly designed by Kansai Yamamoto, who designed the most amazing show pieces; “He has an unusual face, neither man nor woman, which suited me as a designer because most of my clothes are for either sex”

But the garments which I was most looking forward to seeing, were the amazing suits that Bowie wore, mainly designed by Freddie Burretti. The beautiful “Ice Blue’ suit which Kate Moss was also photographed in, completely showing the androgynous side of his clothing.

Roy Lichtenstein - Tate Modern

Definitely worth the visit, completely inspiring