Morocco, more ballet, Opera in the Park. Really looking forward to this month, my sister and mother is visiting
Since I’ve grown very fond of a brand that produces dresses and skirts mainly in midi-length, I’ve been forced to look at heel options that I am actually able to wear on a daily basis.
Currently listening to…
Charlotte Gainsbourg was there first. Way before I became aware of Jane Birkin as a style icon, I thought Charlotte was the epitome of cool, even though I wouldn’t have used these words.
This is where my head is at right now… plans and inspirations for May!
I remember when Karl Lagerfeld wrote in the introduction for Peter Lindbergh’s book 10 Women that of the women depicted in the book, probably only Kate Moss and Amber Valetta would have the key to the near future. At the time I thought that was absurd,
It’s been a few weeks since the shows closed. It was nice to take a step back and revisit the images I had already curated, and go through the remaining shows to pick the ones I like best.
I stumbled upon Nili Lotan when I looked through the Spring 2019 collections. I wanted to wear almost every outfit in her lookbook. Her style is definitely New York: sophisticated, a touch of masculinity, not trying too hard.
I’m always on the lookout for a pair of heels that I’ll actually wear. I have so many stilettos, but most of the time I opt for flats because of the comfort. Block heels are my favorite as of late, and then I’ve discovered the 2.5 inch heel.
Milan is one of my favorite fashion weeks. The overall vibe is very much along my personal sensibilities, and it’s not as overwhelming as Paris fashion week.
For the longest time I didn’t wear any jewelry. I always had the feeling it’s too much, clothes are enough. I had my ears pierced when I was a child, and I used to wear earring all the time, in fact me and my best friend in high school were notorious for wearing identical, extremely large earrings.