When I was busy with IELTS (which I passed, yay to me:)) and studying, New York Fashion week and London Fashion week took place. As a fashion lover I had to re-watch them online. I decided not to make a special post about it but just to mention some highlights. I usually like NYFW the most but this season LFW won my heart.
Beginning with NYFW, I must admit DKNY took my breath away since I'm not such a fan of it. Gorgeous colourful oversized jackets, gelled down baby hair, sporty attitude. Loves it! I also loved Concept Korea, their designs are always futuristic and catchy. Wasn't such a fan of Michael Kors'. I alsolutely adored Alexander Wang's collection. Black, sleek, a bit depressing but powerful, mysterious and fierce. The seventh model, Molly Bair, made my day. Her walk is so funny I almost died. You must see a video. But that's what I love, Wang always books her because she's so special. Good job, Wang. I wish I could see the show live, though. My second fave was Marc Jacobs. Dark, sultry, severe, eccentric, androgynous. I loved the music! Last but not least, one of the most pleasing shows for my sequin loving eyes- Rodarte.The show started with basic ready-to-wear. What was the most exciting were colorful sequin camisoles tucked into hot pants, and groovy 1970s disco hand-beaded lace and sequin dresses complimented by feather and fur trim. Gorgeous designs, beautiful music. I've already downloaded the tracks.
I'm lucky to wear a slovenian designer B.Polanec whose creations have appeared in various famous magazines. As a supporter of LGBT community I'm happy to wear this rainbow skull tee. I love everyone. :) And thanks to the designer who sent me the top. I'm beyond thankful. Je l'aime!
Top - B.Polanec (get it here)
Jeans - Topshop
Boots - Humanic
Jacket - Topshop
Hat - Primark London
Photo: Robert Ribič