Alas, we can not all be at the fashion circuit there. Without any further a due, see below what caught my yearning-for-some-new-fashion eye.
Creatures Of The Wind
Honestly, I haven’t heard about them before, but the first outfit (top left, here) seemed promising so I gave it a click.
I was instantly in love with all the varieties of shoes, Tabitha Simmons, of course.
As for the aforementioned top left outfit, those pieces are keepers, as I usually love to say, for life. I like how great they look teamed together and yet I would want to wear every one of them in, let’s say, more boyish, every day casual style manner. Also, interesting pattern on the woven top on the right.
On another note: somehow, I cannot ignore that red background. Maybe it’s the light design or something but I’m wondering, with these colors and strong looks in collection, would something less loud be more suitable?!
Some sexy coolitude* at 10 Crosby Derek Lam
Layering plus more layering or as how I like to call it pile-up at BCBG Max Azria show.
Like the concept in general – the urban, yet feminine look, liking the hoodie on the left, but I’m not that crazy about print patterns choices of textile.
Organic by John Patrick
I’ve got just this to say: he’s got it all – simplicity, edge, refinement, freshness.
Yes, I really love this… a lot.
Spotted! Some serious tucking in. Though I really like it, I can only think of how my mum would love this keeping-kidneys-safe trend in fashion. Hmmm, good that I didn’t put those Hello!-Belly-Button looks (a lot of these were there) and two, pants-gone-missing looks, just in case she sees it and then I have to explain it, again: that’s why they call it a SHOW, mum!
Stay tuned for more soon, I’m just gonna go and skype her up. It’s been a while.
Oh, and have a happy Saturday!
* the term borrowed from Garance Dore article