Sunday, 24 October 2010

The Headwear Upgrade

In am sooo over beanies for winter, they are sooo lazy and low maintenance. I'm all about the oversize fedora. Got this one from Uber in the fair city of Bath. This is my buy of the season for sure.

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Be still my beating heart...

First image of Lanvin for H&M...E-X-C-I-T-E-D

Sunday, 17 October 2010

Fool Hardy

Ok, so there are a few things I am looking forward to this Autumn/Winter. The Lanvin H&M launch, finally getting my hands on the M&S leather dirndl when its released in NOVEMBER (I'm on a major countdown) and obviously I was pretty excited about the ubiquitous Pierre Hardy for Gap shoes. So on thursday night after the Vanessa Bruno London store launch, I popped in to Gap to have a look at the shoes which I thought were a lust-have, but I'm not so sure anymore. Don't get me wrong there were lots of things I loved about them the fact they're 4" and easy to walk in is a major plus (oh the joy of wedge heels!) but I think they looked a bit blocky and made my legs look depressing unimpressive considering the major wedge. Oh well I'll have to wait till summer to see what else Mr Hardy/Gap has on offer...

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Flat footed in Paris

Oooh next summer could actually be a comfortable one, well at least according to some of Paris's most influential designers. I have already raved about Lanvin, but what I loved the most about the collection was its easy luxe and comfort without the loss of femininity or sexuality. The same can definitely be said of the recent Hannah MacGibbon, Chloe show and its the shoes that have SS11 grounded. From flat ballet shapes to architectural sandals flat to the ground there's an air of, do what you like this summer and relax.

Stella McCartney



Saturday, 2 October 2010