London Fashion Week Street Style Zoe Kuipers

Zoe Kuipers


Since you all seemed to love the round-up of New York Fashion Week‘s Best Dressed, the London Fashion Week version was set in the proverbial e-stone! Trends in the best city in the world (wink) were similar to New York – legs, classics, colourblocking – but had a definite heritage and styling savvy that was superior to our Fashion Pack on the other side of the pond. Take a look!

Now…Milan Fashion Week begins! View Post

Missoni Fall Winter 2011
Inspired by fairytale creatures, Missoni delivered some necessarily exigent pieces for Fall/Winter 2011. The designs were mortally tenebrous, some would say over-styled, and Рto myself Рhad the core of a sartorial notepad. Most go to Missoni for the chunky knits Рnow in braided and degrad̩ versions Рwhich appeared to be right at home in a sea of pastels. Angela Missoni can segue seamlessly between the heritage and the new*. View Post

Burberry Prorsum LFW Runway
The best friend and I are both out-of-the-closet Burberry junkies. Christopher Bailey is the man to thank for this; the man who – for Spring/Summer 2011 – smartly took Thomas Burberry‘s designs from the early 1900s as his inspiration point. The classic English rose Burberry girls had vanished, and in their place were “Heritage” biker chicks with buckets of attitude. We’re going to be seeing a lot of studded and spiked jackets come next year. With his own take on the Seventies trend that basically is this season, he wrapped the music with “Pinball Wizard” by The Who. Then 16-year-old Nina Porter stumbled straight out of her stilettos to close. London Fashion Week victim. View Post