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Josie Natori Spring 2013

September 10, 2012



Josie Natori’s collection for Spring 2013 was a true celebration of her heritage, “the colorful history and folklore of the Philippines of my youth“, “It’s a vibrant collection that reflects a vibrant culture”. Her chosen water-like prints and intricate white blouses this time around around are my absolute favorites . . . source

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Attention to Detail: Elie Tahari Spring 2012

June 21, 2012


Elie Tahari’s Spring 2012 collection was one of my favorites. Inspired by the rich past of ancient Egyptian fashion, Elie Tahari wanted to create a collection that was glamorous and chic while still staying rather casual. The details were beyond lovely really, with my favorite part being those amazing gladiator-esque heels . . . via

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Erdem Resort 2013

June 7, 2012

Isn’t this gorgeous? The latest from Erdem couldn’t be anymore perfect. With blue and fuchsia lace dominating the collection with rich dramatics, the high-waisted skirts and stiff A lines create an easy to wear silhouette that is charming, and quite modest . . . Continue Reading…

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Bottega Veneta Resort 2013

May 12, 2012



“I always start with color first,” said Tomas Maier incorporating Silk, jersey, rubber and intricate beading to create a quite unique Bottega Veneta collection. It was slightly futuristic but still had that lovely touch you’d expect from Bottega Veneta. The color palette stayed gorgeously Spring as well, with creamy peach, medium gray and semi-muted greens . . . source

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Natalia Grzybowski “Hybrid” Spring 2012 collection

April 19, 2012

Natalia Grzybowski‘s latest conceptual Spring/Summer 2012 collection is being described as “part-human, part-botanic” I can definitely see why. Working with two distinctive parts: Hybrid: White and Hybrid: Printed “each piece is an art form within itself, complementing, without overtly sexualising the female form, using shapes that are simultaneously structured, yet soft while mimicking the form of a flower” . . . Continue Reading…