There’s always a good reason to stop by Harrods, and one of them being the Louis Vuitton store(s). I love these ankle boots made in eel skin and with a heel shaped after the classic LV monogram flower. They also come in black (which I would probably choose in the end) but this pink heel really makes them stand out.
15/03/16 - 11:14 - In: MY OUTFITS
Alongside the return of the 1970s the utility trend is one of my favourites to tap into this spring, and this belted Bruuns Bazaar blazer pairs the two. I love how it can be worn buttoned up as here or with its lapels folded the classic way. Quite the must-have this season if you ask me.
15/03/14 - 10:43 - In: SHOPPING
Now that spring is finally here it won’t be long till sandal weather (yay!). The other day I stopped by Harvey Nichols to take a look at what they’ve got, and these Célines instantly ended up on my wish list.
But now the big question. Which colour would you go for?
15/03/11 - 08:35 - In: IN THE MIX
And he did it again.
Nicolas Ghesquiére showed his third runway collection for Louis Vuitton since taking over the creative direction in late 2013. I think it’s safe to say that Ghesquiére has turned the Louis Vuitton girl into a cooler, more edgy, down-to-earth and effortless version of Louis Vuitton, and that includes everything from clothing, bags and accessories to campaigns and collaborations.
But back to the show, which was held in the Frank Gehry-designed Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris. Freja Beha who once again walked exclusively for Louis Vuitton opened the show in a puffy shearling coat paired with edgy pointy boots and a trunk-like handbag (that I’m very curious to see on the inside). She was followed by an army of girls dressed in mini- and knee-length skirts, ribbed knitwear, slip dresses, mom-like leather pants, puffy sleeves, sequins and crystals, and the most stunning under water print. The retro futurism, that can often be seen in Ghesquiére’s work, this time showed itself in the silver leather pieces, perspex, heavy zips, cut-out knitwear and triangular inserts on dresses and sheer tees. And in case you haven’t noticed, it’s time to get hold of a chain belt to use with everything from dresses and skirts to sweaters and tailored pants.