After a long and erratic winter, spring is finally here. Right now you’re thinking of how to get rid of the winter wear from your wardrobe and replace it with much lighter yet trendy spring wear.
On the flipside, but still just as punchy, you’ll find mix ‘n’ match ultra-pastels being adopted everywhere from New York to London and back again. Hippest when worn together in the weirdest combos possible: See Céline for the lemon, lilac, purple and beige formula we’d like to copy.
The world’s most influential brand billed its recent show as ‘young dad in the park with their kids’. But a trip to the swings wearing clothes straight from Paris left one ‘daddy blogger’ feeling far from catwalk-ready.
It’s called Dad-core and it was all over the Paris catwalks. Balenciaga, which is the most influential fashion brand on the planet right now, called its show a portrait of “young dads in the park with their kids at the weekend”. It was about corporate workers “out of the office, relaxed and often observed at their happiest”. Male models walked down the catwalk with their own children and it was all very photogenic: pre-teens skulked along holding their dads’ hands; curly-haired toddlers were balanced on hips.
Happy Women’s day !
Coco Chanel was a French fashion designer and businesswoman. She was the founder and namesake of the Chanel brand. Chanel was known for her lifelong determination, ambition, and energy which she applied to her professional and social life.
Betty Jackson is an English fashion designer based in London, England. In 2007, her achievement within British fashion was recognised with first a MBE (British order of chivalry) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 1987 and later with a CBE for “services to the fashion industry”.
Edith Head was an American costume designer who won a record eight Academy Awards for Best Costume Design. Head was considered exceptional for her close working relationships with her subjects, with whom she consulted extensively, and these included virtually every top female star in Hollywood.
- Allison Williams in Armani Prive’
- Jane Fonda in Balmain
- Laura Dern in Calvin Klein
- Margot Robbie in Chanel
- Mary J Blige in Atelier Versace
Italian designers Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini, combining their vastly different aesthetics to push the boundaries of specialty couture, launched their own line, Attico, in February 2016.
Attico, the Italian word for penthouse, is a collection of standout pieces inspired by the classic peignoir but designed to be flaunted. Dripping with artisanal detail, each piece embodies a woman from a different city, modern muses with nostalgic cigarette taste.
A throwback to a time when decadence ruled and grunge lay dormant in the shadows. Pulling its rich color patterns, lavish materials and ornate embroideries from interior design and vintage furniture pieces, Attico is reinventing the very idea of opulence, and with it, the idea of the robe.Each piece carries with it an attitude – the casual confidence of a woman who knows who she is and what she wants. Plunging necklines, side slits up to the waist, yet effortless.
Each piece will teach, too: how to make thrown together appear dressed up, dressed up feel everyday, and how to make every entrance feel like the entrance. Attico throws tradition on its head, making an antiquated concept contemporary, making chaste sultry, and seduction natural.
Pink and Red, the union of two beautiful colours, basic but elegants!
The first one skirt recalled to Japanese traditional dresses, intricate embroidery with lotus’s flower and dragons, coordinate with a lightweight pink blouse.
The second one it’s a simple lined dress.
I love this brand!