Fashion Film ‘The Face’ References The Past Which Highlights Today’s Fashions

For #FlashbackFriday, delve into the past with ‘The Face’, a fashion film for Fault Magazine, comprised of three short films.  As per FAULT magazine, by referencing the 1960s, 70s + 80s, these films demonstrate how fashion often harks back to bygone ‘Decades’ in an effort to attain an element of stability and clear identity through hindsight. […]

There’s nothing better than an accessory that assumes the form of something utilitarian but in fact, it just exists as a form of expression + adornment, which is exactly what these ‘Acrylic Glasses’ by Shalo Shayo are all about.  Yet, what makes this glasses, in the trendy circular shape so special, are the words ‘See […]

The RTW Fall 2015 Collection For The Girl That Likes To Be Touched

Being a tactile kind of chick myself, I was overjoyed when I saw Mary Katrantzou’s RTW Fall collection, full of pieces you just want to touch.  Inspired by anti-kenophobia (fear of empty spaces), all of the spaces were filled with a mix of interesting materials + textiles.  A Victorian affliction of sorts, she drew upon […]

Introducing The Diane Pernet Fragrance Collection

Yesterday, the inimitable + brilliant style icon Diane Pernet, unveiled her fragrance collection at Liberty.  Renown for being one of the first few bloggers with her blog ‘A Shaded View On Fashion‘ founded in 2005, she then went on to create her critically acclaimed fashion film festival ‘A Shaded View On Fashion Film‘ (ASVOFF) in […]