While perusing through Elle Denmark‘s April 2011 issue, I realised “Flowergirls” was an all-encompassing outlet to wrap up the past twelve months. Much of 2010 and 2011 was infiltrated with the indie-flowerchild-fashion-blog-hippie look, here found perfectly articulated through the modelling of Solveig Mørk Hansen, Maria Palm Lyduch, and Julie Rhode. Give a confident, style-savvy group of girls a botanical garden and photographer Signe Vilstrup? You have a definitive dream. View Post
Emilio Pucci‘s designer, Peter Dundas, is the brains behind the look of ‘The Privileged Hippie‘; a hippie with a flair for his signature, cleavage-baring dramatics. For the Fall/Winter 2011 show set in the Palazzo Serbelloni, the garments felt sectarian to the location. We’re talking ruby velvet bodices and dirndls, among other elite-cum-bucolic associations. The details were brimming with bells and whistles (not literally), and the trademark prints did not once disappoint. See the top five looks below!
Glastonbury. Glasto. ‘Errr, that place I got really wasted last week with Stevie Wonder’. Whatever you call it, it is renowned as one of the world’s best music festivals and – though it began as a very hippie happening – one of the best places to find an incredible range of UK fashion.
From the 23rd to the 28th of June, thousands in the Vale of Avalon celebrated the iconic 40th year of music, mingling and madness. It was definitely one of the greatest years for festival-fashionyet – mainly due to righteous redhead duo Paloma Faith and Florence Welsh.)