There is something eminently lovable about lingerie details if you ask us. Nina Ricci’s history with lingerie is beautifully incorporated in this collection through satin slip dresses, lacy blouses and silky tops. We also love the colors: olive and moss green, steel blue, red, nude and camel. Very interesting!
Just because you hoard cats (and objects that feature cats) doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to read Vogue. Specifically, being a crazy cat lady doesn’t have to automatically make you unstylish. If you are a fashion-forward feline lover, Paul & Joe’s collection is right up your alley (pun intended). We love the Japanese print. So pretty!
Alessandra Rich’s elegant lace dresses are see through at the bottom, showing glittery stockings that we used to only wear during christmas dinners, but are going to wear with everything now. The Chinese collars and fastenings are lovely details as well.
The combination of delicate and masculine/sporty pieces at Carven stole our hearts. It’s very unexpected, yet effortless and quirky. The lace-up boots are amazing. And who knew lavender would be such a great color for autumn/winter?
Dolce & Gabbana were inspired by fairytales. Cinderella, snow white and sleeping beauty: they all walked the runway in dramatic dresses and accessories. Our favorite Dolce & Gabbana princess is Cinderella with her glittery lurex dress and blue bow. Her mice were embellished onto a crepe mini dress and she wore plexiglass heels. The most wearable themed pieces are the clever handbags!
Wearing jean shorts and wellies to a festival is definitely more practical, but Elie Saab’s mysterious bohemian girl would totally steal the show at any event. The (lace) dresses are gorgeous, as are the embellished leather jackets and navy blue beaded pieces. Very rock & roll, yet romantic.
The cacophony of colors and accessory overload at Gucci is crazy, but wonderful. Our favorite pieces are the ruffled knits, stripy socks, a glittery panther jumper and a velvet handbag in the prettiest blue shade!
Pictures of Vivetta’s surrealistic collars on pinterest sparked our interest, so we headed over to Italian Vogue. We dig the organza skirts and dresses, the shirtdress embellished with colorful stones and the embroidered block heel shoes. A very playful collection.