I’ve just found these beautiful images taken by Antia Pagant for Fashion Gone Rogue. Entitled ‘Echo of spring’, these ombre photographs transport you to dusky evenings beneath the trees, with crunchy dead leaves under bare feet and the scent of an expectant summer carried by a slight chill in the wind.
Just thought I’d share this lovely selection of garden-inspired prints from Printsource with you all. These muted florals are great for spring, with bright pops of colour creating warmth next to soft pastel shading.
I’ve never actually bought anything from Boden before, or really considered it as an option when thinking about updating my wardrobe, but after seeing these adverts for the brand’s SS13 collection, I may have changed my mind!
This month’s inspiration comes from the Jack Wills SS13 handbook. As you can see, I’ve been busy cutting and sticking into my scrapbook to frantically document as much of this summer’s fashions as I can, before the industry decides to scrap the season due to lack of demand… Doom and gloom of “spring” aside, we’ve had a dry start to the Easter weekend and I’ve even seen a few patches of bright blue skies (yay!), so hope is not lost, and the bright hues of the Wills spring collection have got me feeling optimistic.
Today a little email from AllSaints landed in my inbox, declaring their new lookbook live online. I’ve never really been a massive fan of the brand, always believing it was very over-priced and under-designed, (if you know what I mean), but being a sucker for a lookbook, I opened the message and had a sneak peek…
Just a very quick post tonight to showcase these bold, new print advertisements from DKNY, featuring our model of the moment, Miss Cara Delevingne. These cosmopolitan images were shot by Patrick Demarchelier in busy downtown Manhattan last year, and are now gracing the pages of Elle and Vogue, giving us an exciting insight into accessory trends for the season ahead.
These bright, iridescent pieces are the creation of Israeli jewellery designer Liat Ginzburg. Crafted using eclectic materials discovered by Ginzburg on her travels around the world, these unique necklaces and bracelets are composed of a mixture of rubber, plastic, perspex and wood. Ginzburg bases her creations on 90′s dance scene nostalgia and her previous experiences in art and poetry.
To fill in the gaps in your wardrobe during this crazy all-seasons season, the high street is currently hosting a plethora of monochrome beauties just asking to be taken home and styled to your heart’s content. I’ve chosen the best ones for you here…
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