If you have read the February issue of L’OFFICIEL Switzerland, you might remember Monika Wildi and her fabulous Zurich based online shop FASHIONVESTIS. Three years ago she started this fashion adventure. Today she carries a great selection of young brands and upcoming designers.
Get the look: Blue sweater by Paul & Joe, raffia shopper by Vanessa Bruno, white shirt, embroidered shorts and cowboy boots, all three by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.
Great news is that you can find the beautiful collection of Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini at FASHION VESTIS. The former Dolce & Gabbana womenswear designer was appointed in October 2014 as Creative Director of the brand that was founded in 1984 by Alberta Ferretti.
His second runway collection for Philosophy showcases beautiful dresses lush with painterly florals and Victorian embellishments, spicing it up with a hint of the undone prairie girl.
The package comes beautifully wrapped if you order at Fashion Vestis.
I couldn’t resist those two looks, stay tuned for the outfit posts coming up soon…
Runway S/S 2016 Look 1: Floral printed chiffon dress with ruffles
Runway S/S 2016 Look 13: White broderie anglaise dress with corset belt
Photos via L’OFFICIEL Switzerland and FashionVestis
© Sandra Bauknecht
We believe in the Easter Bunny all year around as those amazingly cute pieces would be a shame not to be worn more than one weekend. Kate Moss knows how to do it!
Get the bunny look in style here:
1 Printed cotton-jersey sweatshirt by McQ Alexander McQueen
2 Bunny leather clutch by Hillier Bartley
3 Flocked glittered cotton-jersey T-shirt by McQ Alexander McQueen
4 Swarovski crystal-embellished tulle bunny ear headband by Fleur Du Mal + Playboy
5 Satin and patent-leather sandals by Gianvito Rossi
6 Bunny ponte bodysuit by Fleur Du Mal + Playboy
7 Heidi patchwork cotton bunny ears headband by Maison Michel
Enjoy your Easter weekend!
Photos: Courtesy of the Brands, via Playboy January/February 2014
Today is International Women’s Day! It’s time to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of us women. Yet let’s also be aware that this tremendous progress has slowed in many places across the world, so urgent action is needed to accelerate gender parity.
«Here is to good women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them.»
In honor of International Women’s Day, LUISAVIAROMA provides you with this special promotion code: MDLSUK. Spend more and save more: 10% OFF $500, or 15% OFF $1000.
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Get the look with 15% off: Pink dress with ruffles by Gucci, book clutch by Olympia Le Tan, pumps by Gianvito Rossi and leather bracelet by Salvatore Ferragamo.
Keep your dreams big and your aspirations high… Happy International Women’s Day!
This season, individuality plays an important role in fashion. Unfortunately, David Bowie has died but his inspirational looks will stay alive forever. Being a sartorial chameleon, he used clothing to create a wide variety of different personas. Instead of adhering to conventions, he pushed boundaries and trail-blazed trends that influenced fans, runways and celebrities. In order to remember his iconic presence, I put together this amazing outfit. It’s Friday, let’s get inspired!
Get the look: Embellished striped wool and linen-blend and leather bomber jacket by Saint Laurent, guipure lace and mesh-paneled cotton-blend poplin shirt by Christopher Kane, Dysart metallic stretch-leather skinny pants by Isabel Marant, embellished metallic leather sandals and Dionysus supreme embroidered bag, both by Gucci.
Stills: Courtesy of the Brands
The S/S 2016 catwalks have provided us with the beautiful colours of the rainbow. To work the trend, you preferably include the full spectrum, from yellows to sharp shots of orange and pink, and beyond. Call it the rainbow connection — loveliness wins!
Get the look: Metallic-striped cotton-blend terry jacket by Sonia Rykiel, appliquéd cady mini dress by Red Valentino, Set of 10 stretch-lace Brazilian briefs by Hanky Panky, Rainbow leather shoulder bag by Anya Hindmarch and amber lace-up suede peep-toe ankle boots by Edgardo Osorio for Salvatore Ferragamo.
Enjoy some of the best runway looks below.
Mara Hoffman S/S 2016
Chloé S/S 2016
Christopher Kane S/S 2016
Photos: Via Vogue.com and Courtesy of the Brands
Looking for a last minute Halloween costume? Craft yours out of pieces that will have a place in your closet throughout the year. I am sure that you have something black that is reminiscent of the ongoing Victorian trend. The F/W 2015 catwalks were full of Halloween-style looks. I prefer a stylish high end of-the-moment ensemble instead of the predictable animal ears or plastic mask.
Get the look: Ruffled silk-blend lace dress and embellished suede gloves, both by Alexander McQueen, embellished flocked brocade cape by Simone Rocha, Madison lace-up suede sandals by Paul Andrew, 2Jours embellished textured-leather shoulder bag by Fendi and nose ring in gunmetal-tone and crystal by Givenchy.
F/W 2015 TREND: NEW VICTORIANS
Givenchy – Alexander McQueen – Gareth Pugh
To a boo-worthy fun Halloween! If the broom fits, jump on it.
Photos: Courtesy of the Brands