Some pictures from my PINTEREST board of interiors with ideas that are inspiring
All images and sources on my pinterest board, contemporary interiors.
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So much into what is coming for S/S 2013 that I almost forgot that fall 2012 is just starting and winter is yet to come. No problem when I look at this beautiful collection from Alber Elbaz for LANVIN.
Please enjoy this chosen pictures with me.
All credits and full coverage of the show at http://www.style.com
LET THIS COLLECTION BE INSPIRATIONAL.
I am not a fashion connoisseur. It is only love at first sight. I have a coup de coeur and I’m in love. Well I am very much fanatic about the superb collection of Veronique Branquinho whom was the first to open Paris Fashion Week and whaouw what a start
I leave to other people to describe the collection. I can only show pictures of what is a collection of rare beauty and simplicity, wearable and super chic. I see much of my friends wearing pieces of this collection, because it is much their personality.
Let’s start with pictures.
These clothes are all in simplicity and reminds me of the GUCCI show in Milan. this collection has the same pared down look as found in the couture of the sixties.Only references no copying. Influences by Mme. Grés and ancient Greece in the fluidity of the garments. I don’t know, but it is what jumps into my mind.. I’m lyric about this collection and proud that she is doing so well and again a great Belgian talent on fashion firmament.
To wear armbands on the upper arm can be a bit ordinary but here in this collection it is completely right and even chic especially on top of the white shirt and in fact with all other clothes…. Trendsetting…. I think.
SOURCE: ALL IMAGES AND MORE AT WWW.STYLE.COM
It looks as the boats are floating in the air above the sea.
The colour of the water fades into the colour of the air and gives the illusion that the horizon is much lower then it actually is..
Disturbing and surprising.
And no, not photoshopped.
Please click on the image to have a full view.
I wish all of you a productive and dreamy day.
I was reading THE TIMES and saw these amazing shoes from the SPRING/SUMMER 2013 fashion collections showed in Milan last week.
Creativity has no borders as you will see.
It is a real pleasure to look at these stunning creations and amazing craftsmanship.
Dolce & Gabbana.
Kate Grand for Hogan.
I like a non sophisticated look for myself.No fashion victim (anymore lol) but I absolutely like to be well dressed. I show you some pictures from the style that I am wearing, Unfortunately I can’t yet take images of myself to post and show you, Maybe in the future.
Anyway enjoy these pictures who come from my board MENS CLOTHING on PINTEREST.
I love to mix designer pieces,(Dries Van Noten is one of my favourite designers) and the cheapest clothes that I can find. My favourite shop is PRIMARK. for pants, shirts, and the thing that is in fashion, as army pants, bright coloured chinos and I always buy their fab socks. I like UNIQLO as well(cashmeres)and the designer editions from H&M.
At the moment I like to combine jeans jackets with combat pants and heavy shoes. because of the weather right now,
Otherwise chinos, nice belt, designer or not and white or grey T shirt and I’m a crazy bag lover… and I like brown suede shoes….
I’m lucky to choose my own style and I don’t have to fit in a peculiar dressing code.
Looking through old magazine cuttings I stumbled upon these images of rooms I loved very much.
I don’t remember from whom, most of the houses are or from which magazine the pictures came.
I love the combination of the materials and colours. Suzani on the wall and panther and tiger prints and the red/white striped cloth on the table.
Perfect balance and symmetry. I love the abaca carpet. (dried banana leaves)
Style mixing with class. Ethereal atmosphere.
All white and slipcovers. The inhabitants just left this space for the picture to be taken.
Calvin and Kelly Klein in the Hamptons, Perfect.
House in L.A. by Barbara Barry.
Liveable and feel good atmosphere.
Detail of simplicity.
So chic and personal.
I took pictures from the photos, They are not the best, but I wanted to show the atmosphere of these places. The feeling they have, to have grown with the time and not just decorated by a decorateur with his recognisable signature.
Wish you a beautiful week end.
Seen in New York Fashion Week the ready to wear collection of Monique Lhuillier is one of the collections that I like the most.
Classical and feminine. Using black and white prints and digital prints with aquatic themes.
Her “robes du soir” are very chic.
Dresses are her specialty and it is the most feminine garment in which she excels.
And true this is.
Have a nice end of the week and a wonderful week end.
ALL IMAGES COURTESY WWW.STYLE.COM
I’ve always liked classic items in a wardrobe and one of these is the CAMEL COAT. Where else to look for one then MAXMARA.
I love their contemporary looks with a classic twist.
I show you some examples of coats that I like this season ,not only camel but some other too
I love all these looks Perfect for the winters we don’t have anymore.
Wish you all a nice monday and a perfect beginning of the week.
Photo credits MAXMARA show F/W 2012 via STYLE.COM