Dreamy Valentino Couture Spring/Summer 1967

Valentino Couture Spring/Summer 1967

Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Why is it that looking at old fashion photos and editorials often tangles my stomach in knots I never know from my issues of Vogue? I don't believe fashion and art were "better" then than now, "different" might be a better word to describe it, at least in the ... Read more

Mary Katrantzou and Emilio Pucci: Princess and prince of prints

Mary Katrantzou Spring/Summer 2011

Last Updated on July 19, 2022 I've been wanting to write about Mary Katrantzou's Spring/Summer 2011 collection for a while and when I was reading about her work online, I came across her nickname: the princess of prints. I cracked up upon the discovery that fashion recycles not only trends but also nicknames, as designer ... Read more

Stylish fashion bloggers for Swedish Hasbeens x H&M

Last Updated on July 11, 2015 H&M has launched their Swedish Hasbeens x H&M collection, introducing 6 pairs of sandals based on classic Swedish Hasbeens models. Swedish Hasbeens is a Swedish (like you couldn't guess!) brand famous for their durable and quality footwear made from natural materials. Their idea is that shoes should be of ... Read more

The battle of ultra-thin models and our sanity

Last Updated on January 31, 2012 The issue of rail-thin models is one of the most recurring in fashion, but despite heated debates and unwordly remarks that would be terrorist attacks on said models' hearts, nothing ever changes. The latest to jump on the bandwagon of complaint was designer Hervé Léger. He said he doesn't ... Read more

Intermezzo: The overwhelming world of fashion and change

Last Updated on September 28, 2011 The world of fashion thrives on change. The opposite can be said for my personal fashion world. When I was about 15, I noted in my moleskine (it was when moleskines were just becoming cool, not that I harbor too much resentment when what I'm into becomes mainstream though) ... Read more