Tuesday, March 3, 2015

LFW Look 2

For my second look for London Fashion Week I wanted to target two things, warmth and femininity. It was extremely cold on the Sunday so a thick polo neck was beyond mandatory! I've had my eye on this china blue skirt for about 6 weeks and I honestly couldn't stop admiring it's beauty when I got my hands on it. The tulle in the underskirt gives it that big, floaty, Disney princess vibe. I went up a size as I knew I wanted to have the option to wear it with some layered pieces and the 16 felt on the tight side also. Here I'm wearing an 18, its extremely comfortable and a total dream to wear.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Irish Designers At London Fashion Week

Over the course of London Fashion Week I met incredible talent derived from Ireland from makeup artists, hair stylists to photographers and of course designers. It was really inspiring to see and particularly to hear editors from prestigious magazines speak about Irish designers with such excitement in their voice. It certainly prompted this piece from an early stage of the week, some of you may know all of the featured designers or perhaps just one. It just shows the wealth of talent Ireland really does have.

Simone Rocha

Saturday, February 28, 2015

London Fashion Week Look 1:

London Fashion Week was somewhat manic, but it was an incredible week full to the brim of fashion and exploring new talent. Watch out for more Fashion Week posts on my blog over the next few days including one in particular on Irish designers.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Sneak Peek - Oasis Spring Summer Collection 2015

Last week I headed to Oasis HQ to check out their upcoming Spring Summer collection. The setting was reflective of their S/S campaign with a quirky garden maze feel to it. The event was complemented perfectly with delicate china cups and fashion finds hidden within fake green hedging which was exceptionally pretty!

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Return Of The Long Cardigan

Recently I noticed this new trend creeping in sported by celebrities such as Olivia Palermo, Kim Kardashian and Fearne Cotton - the long cardigan. When I was 16 I pretty much lived in a long lined black style, so it's almost nostalgic reliving this re-emerging fashion staple.