Another thing that happened is that I popped by Paris and stayed with friends for 2 days.
I couldn't miss Sacai. I wouldn't miss Sacai.
All the suffering caused by generally having pneumonia and being on a plane proved instantaneously worthy all it's toll when the first look made it's way slowly down the runway. Upon the look number 2, I was already in ecstasy thinking 'This must be one of the best shows of the season' , when the 3rd and 4th look - and the rest of Sacai splendor- made it's way down the runway I proved to be right.
Despite the fact that were numerous shows and pretty big names to go still, Sacai delivered fantastic caveman-outerwear-galore, and even satisfied my cravings for good Aran-knits.
The slightly blunt, awed faces of the audience at the small venue on 1 place du Trocadéro proved they agreed.
It was this strange feeling of wonder, audience's mesmerized stare following closely details not reserved only for the front of the garment, but also equally complicated and mesmerizing party happening in the back, that contributed the quiet excitement filling the venue.
Chitose Abe sent many strong thoughts down the runway, the sharp pleats in both cotton and silk, the ethnic vibe, the oversized outerwear, patchwork here and there,strong knitwear and even liberate use of color. However, instead of competing for the viewers attention, the various ideas blended naturally fulfilling each other in some strange sense, offering the Sacai women a wide range of outfits and moods to choose for.
Not to mention that those fur/puffer coat hybrids will be on every girl's mind for the winter to come and even next February (hello, cold NYFW), because honestly, you can't choose a chicer way to stay warm than this.
So, my dear readers, I am back. I am so sorry for keeping you in the dark and not posting anything, but in a matter of days both my privet and business life got turned upside down and I just needed couple of days to catch my breath again. Not making a lemonade any time soon, but at least I am dealing with it.
But I am properly back now and will resume my posting on daily basis.
I wanted to flash bare legs and soft colors, with what has to be one of my favourite outfits of the season. I have had baby blue on my mind lately and just keeping the colors soft and fresh, but still mixed with some leoparrrrrrdy details made the whole look very up-to-date- feminine yet very laid back.Not to mention the fake-bob thing going on, really giving the whole look relaxed edge, but still keeping the proportions and silhouette right, huh?
I am wearing Stine Goya sweater (bought here), Céline skirt, sunnies and heels, Little Liffner clutch.
So, not in Paris, huh. Well, I got sick yet again, right after Milan and had to interrupt the whole trip by doctors orders, not that I would have managed another plane trip in this condition. So, I have been stalking internet and Instagram and my friends updates on those few hours I was awake last couple of days.REALLY annoyed about it, but it's not like I can do a squad with it, so...
Anyway, just wanted to pop by with some spring inspo, and I must humbly say that when I was in Milan, people literary stopped me twice to ask about nail lacquer I was using. These two pretty shades come by YSL in 38 Gris Underground (last years collection) and in 49 Rose Scabiosa. Why wear one when you can wear them together.
SO, this happened. Not sure how, but it did. Anyway, I am packing for Paris, and surely wouldn't mind one of these colorful shearling jackets paired with sheer dresses and skirt. Chic winter ready for sure.
At least a inspiration to bring with.
Hello there everyone!Look who's back form Milan(after 6h flight delay and a taxi que in biting wind, but a girl can't have everything)!
Anyway, I have had an amazing run in Milan and catched some big shows (Pucci, Cavalli, Marras to flash some names) AND the temps have been, so, so nice! I am talking bare legs and sunscreen nice.
Having a little Natasha Goldenberg moment with a pop of shoulder here, and layering shirts. I love how two shirts go together, baby blue and white making it crisp and soft at the same time. My obsession with raw hems hasn't deminshed since from many seasons ago, so this Marant Etoile skirt had to be mine sooner or later. Loved it.
On another matter what do you think about my pink/lilac lipstick? I love that the color isn't that typical fuchsia pink, but it is slightly more blue, giving it a really cool fashion edge. I was very surprised to find that it stayed on my lips for hours and actually needed very few touchups during the day.SO defeintely recomanded. I kept the face soft and clean with just a little bronzer to make the whole color scheme pop out.
I am wearing ACNE shirts, Isabel Marant Etoile skirt, Wang heels, Thomas Sabo, Maria Black and Lara Bohnic jewelery and Céline sunnies and Rouge Allure Matte in 44 La Diva