I have been obsessed with fruit since I was a tiny tot. Since adopting a high-percentage raw food diet, that obsession has grown by leaps and bounds. Blueberries, kiwis, oranges, apples, jackfruit, grapefruit, bananas, grapes, guava, mango, pomegranate, pineapples, peaches, pears, PHEW, I would Best of Tumblr them all.
Luca Luca designer Raul Melgoza has got his paws on some flawless colour theory this season. While there were a pleasant handful of black evening dresses, the brights stole the show (without behind boom-bright). The darker oranges highlighted some of the more lustful ensembles, which you can find in the top five looks below. It was just a wonderful, wearable collection. View Post
Japanese-influenced designers typically tug at my heartstrings much quicker than other designers. For the past few seasons, Haider Ackermann has been on my heart’s backburner. While his talent provokes no argument, his colour palette has been too sombre to galvanize – until now. There was a certain novelty to it all as Tango oranges played with his gothic exuberance to an a capella version of “Love Me Tender”. Progression cultivated without diverting from expectations – Haider knows it well. View Post
In yet another Seventies inspired collection, Roksanda Ilincic actually showed us her softer side – maybe due to the fact that she is a new mummy? The whole idea of her nostalgic collection at London Fashion Week was extremely romantic. Most of her pieces had a strong gauze feel and represented a soft palette of dove greys, coral pinks, and sherbet oranges. View Post