Amina Muaddi x Wolford


Shoe designer Amina Muaddi teams up with Wolford for a limited-edition collaboration including hosiery, leggings, bodysuits, jumpsuits, socks and a few skin-tight dresses.
Wolford, which sells everything from lingerie to beachwear and ready-to-wear apparel, is trying to get back to its roots as an innerwear brand — and hoping Muaddi can help.

The collaboration between Amina Muaddi and Wolford is a benchmark partnership. Both share the same DNA with regards to craftsmanship and commitment to excellence. Both share the same dedication for timeless contemporaneity and both are impassioned towards helping women express their identity and boost their confidence. A shared approach, avoiding fast-fashion, for a world with more consciousness.

Thong Tights

Amina Muaddi credits her Jordanian and Romanian heritage, as well as her time spent visiting family in Italy in her youth, as the DNA behind her eponymous label. Launched in 2018, it fuses a sense of opulence with timeless glamour, and is inspired by tastemakers from across the world. For Wolford, she created some truly outstanding pieces, among them the fabulous Thong Tights (finally!) and the Crystal Net Tights.

Crystal Net Tights

The collection is launching worldwide on July 5, 2021.
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LoL, Sandra

Photos: © Wolford
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My Look: The End

I love CHANEL – THE END!

But seriously ladies, when I attended the CHANEL S/S 2021 show in Paris last fall, I knew I had to have this fun look with those crazy prints.

My look: Neon pink printed black sweater with white collar, matching neon green printed black jersey skirt, both by CHANEL (Look 26 from the S/S 2021 runway collection), necklace with bag charm, and chain creole earrings , both by CHANEL, python medium classic Box bag in fluo pink by Celine, Saint-Sulpice chain-embellished faille pumpsicon by Saint Laurent, Satin Touch 20 denier stay-up stockingsicon by Wolford, and Carrera Automatic Chronograph by TAG Heuer.

LoL, Sandra

Photos: © David Biedert Photography
The photos were taken at La Réserve Eden au Lac.
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Helmut Newton x Wolford

2020 was both Wolford’s 70th anniversary and Helmut Newton’s 100th birthday, so to mark the occasion the Austrian brand is releasing three limited-edition T-shirts featuring his work.

ICONIC

Helmut Newton, one of the great photographers of the 20th century, left a lasting impression on fashion photography. His collaboration with Wolford in the late 1990s was a major event and the images that he created during that period remain some of the most famous shots in the history of the brand.


NEWTON T-SHIRT

Made from 100% high-quality cotton with a loose and contemporary fit these shirts are the perfect way to celebrate perhaps the most famous collaboration in Wolford history.

The famous photographs that have graced billboards and art galleries around the world can now be a part of your own wardrobe. But don’t delay, these stylish shirts are only available in limited quantities. Pick your favorite shot, or grab all three, and reserve yours today.

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LoL, Sandra


iconPhotos: © Wolford, © Helmut Newton for Wolford, © Sandra Bauknecht
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My Look: New Modern

The new modern: micro shorts in classic fabrics worn with a vest, a cropped blazer and knee boots. The perfect twist for a great fall outfit. Add a chain necklace for the ultimate style factor.

My look: Cropped double-breasted wool-twill blazericon, grain de poudre wool and silk-satin vesticon, pinstriped wool-twill shortsicon, and Grace bow-embellished knee boots, all by Saint Laurent, JW-charm gold-plated choker by JW Anderson, interlocking G charm round-frame sunglasses by Gucci, tights by Wolford and Patsy textured-leather tote by Gabriela Hearsticon.

LoL, Sandra

Photos: David Biedert Photography
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My Look: Arriving in Munich

Last Friday, I arrived in my happy place which is my old hometown Munich. Before the official start of Oktoberfest on Saturday, I went out with friends on Friday night wearing this quite daring dress. Unfortunately, it is always hard to find someone who is not only willing to take some photos and but also capable of doing so. This time, it was obviously a difficult task:-) – men can be so uncooperative – but I hope that you still enjoy this post.

My look: One-shoulder satin-trimmed crepe mini dress and feather capeicon, both by Balmain, black calf leather lace up Janis pumps by Saint Laurent, Satin Touch 20 denier stay-up stockings by Wolford, black and white grained leather bag with gold-tone metal details and single earring, both by Chanel.

LoL, Sandra

Photos: © Sandra Bauknecht

My Look: Awesome Sequins

Yesterday, I introduced you to Dundas‘ high-octane glamour. Here you see me wearing one of his S/S 2019 runway dresses that opened the runway show in Paris in Saint-Tropez for a fun night out at L’Opéra. It’s cut from naturally stretchy tulle embellished with awesome sequins in a camouflage pattern to channel the designer’s «urban jungle chic» vision. It’s spliced with an embellished leopard-effect lace sleeve and has flattering ruching along one side.

My look: Ruched sequined tulle and lace mini dressicon by Dundas, camouflage fold over clutch iconby Valentino, metallic and matte leather pumps by Saint Laurentbead and acetate clip earrings by Oscar de la Renta and Satin Touch 20 denier stay-up stockings by Wolford.
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LoL, Sandra

Photos: © David Biedert Photography

My Look: Swiss Girl

It is official! I am a Swiss Girl. I couldn’t be happier to finally have received my Swiss passport and to be a double citizen of Germany, my birth place, and Switzerland, my home base.

Today marks Sechseläuten which I will be celebrating among dear friends for the first time as a citizen of Zurich. Following the parade of the “Zünfte” (guilds), the culmination of this popular tradition is the burning of winter in effigy, in the form of the “Böögg” (cognate to bogey), a figure of a snowman prepared with explosives.

My look: Oversized tuxedo blazer and green cloche hat, both by Stella McCartneyWindward logo-intarsia merino sweater and printed cotton and linen-blend mini skirticon, both by Burberry, T printed textured-leather pouchicon by Loewered leather Rockstud boots by Valentino, Limelight Gala watch and rose diamond ring, both by Piaget.
Twenties fishnet tights by Wolford.
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LoL, Sandra

Photos: © Sandra Bauknecht

My Look: French Cancan

Friday’s dress code «Parisian Chic – Je Ne Regrette Rien» for the amazing  ASW Winter Weekend in Gstaad was so much fun. I went through my closet and put together some vintage and new pieces for this Cancan-style outfit. The tights incorporated excessive glitz that you cannot see so well on the pictures. I hope that you like it as much as I do.

My look: Vintage bustier with a theatrical Parisian print of the late 19th century by Dolce & Gabbana, stretch-knit high-waisted panties by Prada, Cassandre small suede shoulder bag by Saint Laurent, burlesque can-can style boots by Louis Vuitton, feather boa by Diorgrape colored feather broochicon by Christopher Kanefeather-embellished velvet headband by Prada, Jennifer glitter net tightsicon by Wolford, Eiffel tower pearl earringsmulti-strand pearl body chain necklace and lace sleeves, all by Chanel, rose diamond ring by Piaget.

LoL, Sandra

Photos: © David Biedert Photography

My Look: Crucial

In my opinion, mixing and matching is crucial to a fashionable look. One night at the Gstaad Palace, I went for acid yellow, leopard print and check – all in one! I hope you like it as much as I do.

My look: Leopard-print calf hair and checked twill jacket, and ruffled leopard-print silk-georgette wrap maxi dress, both by Diane von Furstenbergicon, Cassandre small suede shoulder bag by Saint Laurent, leather-trimmed printed velvet belticon by Fendi, and riding boots by GucciSatin Touch 20 denier stay-up stockings by Wolford.
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LoL, Sandra

Photos: © Sandra Bauknecht

My Look: Hublot Wiesn

This week, after my post about the amazing experience with Hublot at the Oktoberfest, I got many compliments about my Dirndl look. You might be surprised but this outfit doesn’t include one single traditional Bavarian piece, every item comes from a runway collection. Over the years, I have collected so many fashion must-haves, that I love to style in different and unexpected ways. As I always say, keep everything if you have space, there will always be a time to wear those pieces again…, I am sure that you will be surprised to see the years in which I bought them.

My look: Bavarian janker jacket (F/W 2002) and corset-style dress (F/W 2010), both by D&G Dolce Gabbana, embellished leather choker (F/W 2002) and brooch (F/W 2010), all by Dolce & Gabbana, feather apron (S/S 2005) and lace-up leather boots, both by Prada (F/W 2001), plissé leather cuffs (F/W 2016) by Gucci, small classic black handbag with gold-tone metal chain by Chanel (F/W 1995), Venezia lace stay-ups (F/W 2003) by Wolford.

LoL, Sandra

Photos: © Sandra Bauknecht