Runway images via Style.com, background image via Tumblr
The mish mash of varying fabrics and textures worked so wonderfully in this collection. The intricate beading, embroidery and Eastern influences reminded me a lot of my old Malaysian aunties with their patchwork quilts and traditional beaded slippers. One thing is for sure, I wish so much that I laid my hands on a vintage Japanese silk bomber jacket when I was in Japan last.
Preen Line jacket, Hussein Chalayan top, Comme des Garçons pants, Louis Vuitton bag and Marséll shoes.
Photos by Adam Nalapraya
This winter has been unusually cold for Perth. In comparing it to this time last year, I can remember it being quite cold at night but never during the day like it has been lately. So, I’ve had to look to other options in the way I dress as my usual stockings under skirts/shorts/dresses just isn’t keeping me warm enough this season.
I’ve never been much of a pants wearer but over the past month or so, I’ve come to slowly embrace them. They have always been a difficult one for me because either the fit wasn’t right, or I just didn’t think they suited me. However I’m starting to understand my body a bit more and getting to know what type of fit I like on me best. I found these vintage Comme ones on eBay; they’re a straight leg cut but I’ve rolled them up slightly to create a more tapered look, which I feel suits those with shorter frames better.
I’m pretty happy to have finally found a pair that I like and, they’ve been keeping me warm and snuggly, more so than stockings ever did!
Runway images via Style.com, background via Tumblr
It’s incredible Viktor & Rolf’s ability to create so many beautiful looks based on the one theme. I absolutely love this collection, purely for the silhouettes created with the exaggerated bows. Bows are a favourite of mine as they have, to me, always been a quintessential motif for femininity and prettiness.