During Paris fashion week I decided to get out of my “denim – comfort zone” and flashed some legs and some fringes. I found this great skirt in H&M and thought it would be perfect for a shoot – it ended up being a scoop, that I’m gonna keep in my wardrobe. To balance the look I choose to combine the fringes with a more layered and simple items like a roll neck together with a thin V-knit – additionally to make it even more casual I paired it with a leatherjacket and Superga’s. I like the contrast, which makes the skirt very versatile.
If you are hooked on the fringes and wanna know how to style it? Then check out this styling video I did for Fashion Post here
Leather jacket from Ganni ( Pre-fall) , Cashmere V-knit from Filippa K, Rollneck from Mads Nørgaard, Skirt from H&M, Shoes from Superga by LookdePernille, Gold necklace from Orit Elhanati x Holly Golightly, Bag from Chloé ( Pre-fall) Sunglasses from Ray-Ban.
Pictures by Tommy Ton from Style.com
I have a thing for oversized jumpers with extra long sleeves – makes them more cosy, sculptural and perhaps also slightly unpractical. This look was taken in Paris during fashion week for the Isabel Marant show wearing linen overalls, ( with the straps down) and the perfect cable knit.
Caught on my way back to my hotel after having coffee at Chanel, which was the “Grand ( Palais) Finale” and my last show this season! I saved this beautiful dress to the very end, which you for sure will see me wearing again soon – I paired it with the most comfortable peep toe boots in soft leather, which almost feels like a sock – and of course my new denim arm candy!
Photo by Daniel Grandl – theurbanspotter
CONGRATULATIONS to Johanna for winning the Gina Tricot outfit – the Gina Tricot team will contact you!
Creative director Clare Waight Keller has really stepped up her game with the strongest collection in my opinion until now! It is much more modern and tailored with floor-sweeping military coats and woolen suits with wide legged pants paired with feminine silk shirts or lace blouses, which added that Chloé bohemian look. Long boots and pythons accessories completed the collection to perfection.
I was as many others exited to see what Nicolas Ghesquière had up his sleeve this time - fuzzy furs, leopard printed coats and high-rise leather pants in that 70′s vibe, which continues next season! I really liked many of the accessories – especially the shoes and some of the quilted bags gave me cravings.
After a visit in the Acne Studios showroom my view on the collection got even stronger – so many cool details and lux leather materials, that I couldn’t see during the show – plus all the new accessories goodies with bags and boots. My favorites pieces was for sure the outerwear, which will on my wish list for next fall!
Stella McCartney nails the effortless look to perfection - I loved her pre-fall collection with lot’s of layering, so I knew that this would be as good! She added a feminine twist to this with corsage mini dresses over suit pants, fuzzy fake-furs and eye-catching jewelry, which I’m looking forward to seeing close up soon!
Pictures from style.com