Friday, 28 February 2014


Well, I know, it is still winter, but what we need this last day of February is some spring colours and some uplifting fashion details. Lime green jumper with "built in" necklace. Mix with coral and some beige!

New from my favourite shop Mix orange, blues, yellow and monocrome. Full of patterns and short socks! Note the worn jeans!

Even if you still need to keep warm. Spice it up with some zesty coloured fur collar! Mix it with you favourite jeans jacket.

Inspiration for the super trendy this spring. This is from AW14, House of Holland. Mix sequins in pink and red with shiny turquoise. Fresh!

Vintage or new. These are new and was shown at London Fashion Week two weeks ago. I remember wearing something very similar in mustard yellow in the 1970-ies. Look in your local vintage shop for inspiration and mix it up with all the pale pastels that are in the shops just now!

Harvey Nichols window during London Fashion Week. School inspired with springlike white jeans dressed dolls with oversized heads. Fun.

Look here all you who do not hesitate to add some personality to your outfit. Add some fake fur and frills. Really cool. House of Holland, AW14!

I just love the colour combination on this outfit. Light blue coat, red scarf and bright yellow boots! Matthew Williamson AW14! Mix it now!
The monochrome fashion is here to stay for a while, mix it with yellow shoes! Fresh for spring. More tomorrow!

Wednesday, 19 February 2014


Wonderful dress shown yesterday by Meadham Kirchhoff at London Fashion Weeks last day! Takes me back to my teenage years! Late 60-ies and early 70-ies. These baby doll/a-shaped dresses was part in most of the London Designers collections in one form or another. This one is for the exhibitionists but there will surely be more toned down versions on the high street!

More from Meadham Kirchhoff. Velvet in blocking colours and patterned. Girly and feminine. Again, I had a skirt like this in 1976! Take an extra look at the boob shaped line. Something that popped up here and there at this show!

Over sized Chanel! That is how this looks to me! Nice and dressy and quite calm for being Meadham Kirchhoff! Wearable and nice! Look at the platform metallic boots with the sweet bows! Again, takes me back to 1972!

This will be a hit trend in Scandinavia. Grey, warm, dressy and girly at the same time. Short duvet jacket with a woolly feel and the skating skirt with the new length (just over the knee). Nice and warm! Topshop Unique AW14. More from LFW tomorrow!

Monday, 17 February 2014


Yet another catwalk @ Fashion Scout!


Hats are in and Apujan showed a crouched one at Fashion Scout yesterday! Get the crouchet needles out girls!

Latest look, hippie and a bit of Bonnie and Clyde. Black hat, blue hair and a furry hairy vest! Cool... 

Or go more sweet with pink and burgundy and matching hair, again. Fashion blogger in the press room working!

If you are really bold you for for shocking pink, orange hair and patterned dress and pink

Sunday, 16 February 2014


A little glimpse from London Fashion Week, a lot of hats around from knitted ones to Bonnie & Clyde! This girl is so up to date with her mix of turquoise and yellow, nice girly shoes and knitted hat! More from LFW tonite!

Friday, 14 February 2014

LFW & Paul Smith @ Designmuseum

With my college ( doing HND) in Graphic Design) @ Desinmuseum before heading off to LFW & Somerset House etc...

Monday, 10 February 2014


London Fashion Week is coming up on Valentines Day. I thought it was relevant to show what was shown in September for this spring and summer. Lots of pastels and now they are in the shops! Above an Australian blogger in skirt from Topshop and totally matched even with pink hair. Note the neon pink shades!

Horizontal stripes and dots, a strong trend for the SS14! Note the pink bag. Burberry Porsum.

Baby doll dresses, here we come. Sweet!

Cara in pink lace. Note the skirt lenght and the red shoes! Burberry Porsum.

Trouser dress! Sleeveless top and Capri bottoms. Just right SS14, Alessia Prekop.

Just right for this summer! Modest heals and happy colours! Kat Maconie.

Trouser dress "Flower Power". Fresh and happy with a flairy feel! Matthew Williamsson SS14.

Fresh spring look! Pink MC Jacket, hooded top and generous short trousers and platform sandals in white! Zoe Jordan SS14.

Simple, classic and very wearable. Blousy top and pencil skirt by J JS Lee SS14.

Tuesday, 4 February 2014


Yes, his exhibition that tells his story and shows parts of his office recreated are extended. It is well worth a visit, not too big and very informative and inspiring! You can also attend workshops and watch his story as seen by the BBC. This outfit though is not exhibit there. It was shown during London Collection Men in early January. I was there and said hello to Sir Paul. This outfit is for next winter. I love the quirkyness of adding a denim shirt to the otherwise very classical outfit. I also really like the oversized checks!

The new collection was shown in the Showroom of some very famous old carpets, dhurrie, kelim and persian etc...The new boots for next winter are "floor" inspired.   

Sir Paul Smith himself. Always very friendly and approchable..

This wall filled with domino pieces is part of a whole room dedicated to the game. Visit Paul Smith´s newly renovated shop in Abermarle Road, London and see for yourself! Amazing store! 

This is the recreated office of Paul Smith @ the Designmuseum, the "real Macoy" is even more cluttered and amazingly tidy, I have been ther. Did an interview with him a couple of years ago.
Some of his very special fashion shown at the exhibition @ the Designmuseum NOW and until 22 June.