There is no denying that I adore London based brands. Perhaps it’s because when I think London fashion, I think black.Wearing: MCQ Alexander McQueen leather jacket, top and pants, Givenchy heelsLondon is one of my favourite destinations during fashion week due to its innovative yet also classic designers. I like finding pieces that are able to stand the test of time but also have detailing to set them apart. One of my favourite British brands that does this well is MCQ Alexander
I’m not one for being overtly sexy or showing off my body… ok every now and then I love a mini skirt but that’s as far as it goes! So I really appreciate an artful cut-out detail, one that is subtle and balanced with coverage in other areas. This season Zimmermann have nailed it with this clever teardrop design. Not only have they applied the cut-away to these high neck polo tops, they’ve also done the same for long sleeve dresses, fluffy turtleneck sweaters and
Wearing: Zara camel coat (similar here & here) | Nicholas dress (similar here ) | Common Projects slide sandals |Alexander Wang Prisma Envelope bag (also in silver) | Ray Ban Outsiders Oversized Wayfarer sunglassesHeavy winter coats draped over flimsy silk shifts and ultra-minimal pool slides, finished off with a good dose of leg. Trans-seasonal juxtaposition at its very best. SHOP THE LOOK: SOURCE: modern legacy - Read entire story here.
Wearing: Zimmermann Man Style Tee (also similar here) | Lee Jeans (similar here & here) | Proenza Schouler PS11 Mini Satchel bag | Sandali slide sandals (similar here) | Ray Ban Wayfarer sunglassesI'm not usually a jeans-and-t-shirt kind of girl, but when you find the perfect versions of both these things one can quickly become a convert. Paired with my standard slides, trusty PS11 and minimal jewellery, off-duty dressing becomes a breeze when you get the basics just right. Too easy.SHOP THE