T his book right here, written by the one of a kind Vogue creative editor Grace Coddington, is probably the first book I’ve read voluntarily since I was 12. I loved it so much that it honestly made me wanna read more. So here we are, three books later. The book features some of her work through her modeling days, childhood memories, terrible memories, Vogue shoots and great stories featuring the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Manolo Blahnik, André Leon Talley, Linda Evangelista, Natalia Vodianova and Anna Wintour. This is a “can’t miss” for the people who want to get into fashion. Read away, darlings.
he wow factor was on an all time low, and the street style was cluttered, but I still managed to find some lucky shots for my wonderful followers. I was a little disappointed by the lack of inspiration on the streets of London this time around, but I always manage to find some amazing shots! so may I present my favorite picks from this season’s London fashion week.
I also wanted to thank all of you for following this blog, even when the autumn depression kicks in, and I basically turn to TV shows and music, to brighten my day. But I’ve actually seen a rise in followers the past few weeks, so I wanted to dig up some extra inspiration for all of you who feel the inspiration lacking when the fall mood steps into our lives. But just remember, it’s time for big scarves, boots and comfortable knits, so I think we’ll be alright! Until next time, loves.
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I’ve fallen completely in love with this shot of Carolyn Murphy from the new campaign by Jeremy Scott , that Moschino just unveiled after a beautiful shot of Linda Evangelista last week. There is something so chic mixed with ridiculousness that just captures everything. I actually want to print this one out and frame it.