Inspirations from Italy

*fashion photography by bersa, interiors by amanda nisbethomes&gardenskishani perera

Miranda Kerr at the 2009 Caulfield Cup

Stunning. At Saturday's BMW Caulfield Cup, the David Jones marquee was buzzing with life. The brand's fashion ambassador - model and Victoria's Secret angel Miranda Kerr - was undoubtedly the star attraction, swanning about gracefully in a short, nude-pink Alex Perry dress.

Kerr's dress was accessorised by a Nerida Winter floral head-piece and, contrastingly, snake-skin Christian Louboutin heels.

Paris Fashion Week Candids


What are you waiting for?

What am I waiting for? What are you waiting for? Because the fact is, there's always something you could be waiting for- more money, more time, the right time, the kids to be out of the house, a promotion, the list goes on. So, whatever you want, do it. DO. IT. And do it now. Stop waiting and start planning. I know you might not be able to bust out and blindly follow a whim without planning (that may or may not be foolish). But if you have a dream, start working toward it. Now. What are you waiting for? I'm not waiting for anything. I'm doing something and I'm doing it now.

The Best from Paris and Milan

1. Glitzy Epaulettes

We adore a strong shoulder, so yes, we've been in luck lately. But even moreso now that Balmain, Givenchy, and other designers gave our right angles a little extra oomph. Above, from left: Balmain; Andrew Gn; Givenchy.

2. Pleating and Draping

An extension to the goddess craze, the ethereal chiffon pleats and '70s'esque draping took the female icon to a whole new level. Above, from left: Hermès; Lanvin; Chloé; Gianfranco Ferre.

3. Asymmetric Ruffle

Part Flamenco, part mother-of-the-bride, the big body-accentuating ruffles we loved most at Stella McCartney and Lanvin were as sculptural as they were sexy. Above, from left: Valentino; Lanvin; Stella McCartney; Bottega Veneta.
4. Embellished Nudes
Nude and neutrals are pretty much a staple of spring, but glammed up with rhinestones, brocade, and other embellishments gave this basic shade a schizophrenic sort of chic. Above, from left: AF Vandervorst; Miu Miu; Vanentino; Alberta Ferretti.
5. Matchy-Matchy

All-over prints on the wrong people can be a recipe for disaster. But presented by Ann Demeulemeester and Givenchy, these optical illusions are a study in artfulness. Above, from left: Miu Miu; Ann Demeulemeester; Kenzo; Givenchy.
6. Metallic Minis

We know! Nothing new about yet another outpouring of minis, but turned out in gleaming metallics, this new batch feels both glamorous and futuristic. Above, from left: Balmain; Costume National; Christian Dior; Balmain.
Source: Refinery29


Something Else Spring 2010

I’m officially head over heels in love with our new line in showroom called something else. This line created by designer Natalie Wood is out of Australia and is expanding into North America for the first time. The brands strengths comes from the collected works of creative talents working together to blend art and fashion resulting in a street chic, edgy look for women who share Wood’s appreciation for art music, popular culture and nature. We are so excited to announce that the line has been picked up by A doors such as Barney’s, Harvey Nicolls, Scoop, Intermix, Lane Crawford and Aritzia.


Prada S/S 10

Source: caroline.feber.se


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