Procrastinating from my uni work as usual.. but I do think this campaign's amazing. Lindsey Wixson is the perfect choice with her doll-like features, the whole thing somehow looks so fairytale. The labels quirky pieces are complimented perfectly by her child-like air, and her long hair is simply stunning.
I've always been a sucker for winter clothes, and even though summer is yet to grace us with its presence (that's if it shows up at all this year) I can't help but desire the fall as I trail through all of the new collections for a/w 2010. I adore layering clothes and wrapping up warm, with thick socks and tights, boots, cardys and scarves. My best friend and I have always said that winter is full of the best fashions, and Rag&Bone's new fall collection is a perfect example of this.
The cardigan in the first picture is to die for!
1. Jeffrey Campbell
2. Carin Wester a/w 10
3. Acne a/w 10
4. Saga's flickr
Wedges. I've never gone there before, never wanted to. And that's from a self-confessed shoe addict. Nothing excites me more than trailing through shoe shops oogling at hidden platforms, hiller heels and the most beautiful details. Yet i've never been a fan of the wedge.
I've always been more partial to an enormous killer heel, and recently even higher platforms. Shoes that my friends look at and ask "how the hell can you walk in them?". Granted, sometimes it's tricky and excrutiatingly painful, but somehow so much more effective. In my uni halls alone i have atleast 25 pairs (now 27 since the 3 weeks i've been back after christmas..) of heels and not one pair of wedges (i confess i do have some at home, not half as beautiful as the ones pictured above).
Recently though, i've been seeing more and more pictures of gorgeous high wedges. The a/w catwalks were covered in them, and now i can't stop looking in shoe shops until i find my perfect pair. There's something about wearing the blackest of tights, with black seude wedges so that you can't even tell were your leg ends and the shoe starts. I can't wait to have a pair with even less detail than the Jeffrey Campbell ones, and a pair of heels which won't cripple my feet, but I guess I'll have to wait until the shops catch up first.