When it comes to PR companies, Boudoir PR can really hold their own. They represent some of the most fabulous (and affordable!) fashion and beauty brands around. We’re talking caviar manicures, incredible and innovative jewellery, shoes that make statements, and much more. Take a look at some of my favourite products coming up for Autumn/Winter 2012, below.
In order of appearance: Galibardy Jewellery, Lipsy Shoes, Missguided, Elizabeth Galton Studio, Denise Manning, Dolly Bow Bow, Johnny Loves Rosie, DuWop, Lip Rock, Ciate, Nourish Skin Range, Lola, and Nail Rock (with the new Meadham Kirchhoff nail wraps!).
This week, I previewed Jigsaw‘s irreverent Autumn/Winter 2012 collection. Now 30 years in business, Jigsaw have perfected the balance of an aesthetic that combines country living and quirkiness. This collection is filled with unexpected detailing while still being functional and luxuriously practical. Think Kate Middleton at a Gatsby party.
- Zuzanna Bijoch
A/W 2012 was one of my favourite ‘model seasons’ to date. Mixed in with the supers were a plethora of up-and-coming beauties: from Zuzanna Bijoch (above) to the i-D cover model Lina Zhang, there was a lot of fabulous werk happening in New York, London, Paris and Milan. One model even walked 73 shows! (See below)
- Katlin Aas
- Kati Nescher
Kati Nescher (Paris Fashion Week’s Top Model)
- Nadja Bender
Nadja Bender (Casting director Anita Bitton scored her the opener at Alexander Wang. Versace, Lanvin, Christian Dior, and Jean Paul Gaultier followed suit.) View Post
To be backstage at Nicole Farhi is a beautiful thing. Getting a sneak peek and uber-close look at her Autumn/Winter 2012 collection was an absolute dream. With mustard, grey, and gold on the mind, Madame Farhi managed to balance the sensibly pristine with a dash of sequins. Minimal magic and new-age embellishments on classic pieced? Be still, my heart.
Though the models rocked pale foundation and blue lips, Bora Aksu’s collection was anything but frosty. The Turkish-born designer has a knack for taking fashion out of its comfort zone and displaying ornate detail on soft and feminine materials. This season gave a lot of white, pink, grey, and a whole lot of lace. A sensual juxtaposition of light and dark. If you love the idea of “Erdem meets Mary Katrantzou”, Aksu is your guy.
I was really surprised by Felder Felder this season. Known for their definitively dark presentations, the flaxen-haired duo gave us “Blonde” – a collection that appealed to a versatile, more contemporary buyer. The colours ranged from golds, to oranges, to impressively dark prints; dare I say there was a real Rodarte feel to the collection. This was a collection that any woman could create a capsule wardrobe from, and I am never one to complain about that. View Post
The Best of Street Style from London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012.