I LOVE religion. :o) I'm discovering so many cool local designers here in London! Religion is based in East London and is sold in Topshop. You can also buy it online at Asos. Their website says they focus on "cut out styles, washed out graphics and destroyed fabrics" which is what I'm all about these days-- look into it y'all!
I love this t-shirt fashion label. It's based in London, Paris, Australia and New York. The prints are striking and cool, and I love the detailing. It's a t-shirt, but there's something sexy about the way it's cut to make it sexy. Check it out guys, their website is www.wewalk.com.
What a good ending to fashion month. :o) Roland Mouret presented an innovative collection that I felt was SO solid. I could see myself in so many of his designs, which is why, sorry! I am posting so many of his pieces. Yes.
I thought I'd shake things up by including a designer I've actually worked with. :oP Anika Skarstrom is a Swedish designer living in Paris, and she was kind enough to welcome me to Paris one summer to do an internship with her.
Her label, ANIKALENASKARSTROM, is catered to an independent, strong-minded urban woman. She loves details like buckles, ink stamps and masculine edges. I learned so much working with her! Check out some of my favorite looks from her Modesty Blaise collection below:
It's hard for me to pinpoint exactly what I love about this collection-- the shapes, the colors, the silhouette, nothing is in-your-face different. But it's all got SOMETHING that is undeniably lovely, and makes me want to see more. You know that feeling you get when you see a woman who is wearing exactly what expresses who she is, and she's comfortable in her own skin? Here it is. Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend.