If you are a big fan of Elin Kling’s easy Swedish style, then you must check out her label – Totême – which she recently launched with Karl Lindman (who is also her husband!). Here is an exclusive capsule collection for NET-A-PORTER, inspired by Kling’s New York wardrobe of linen pants, pocketed dresses and jersey tees.
Doutzen Kroes’ latest spread in Twin Magazine is a perfect medley of style and comfort – showcasing how easy recent elevated active wear can be incorporated to everyday looks.
From bombers to joggers and sneakers, sports luxe is a wardrobe refresh you should try this season.
Some of my favourites:
Sweater and track pants (both Bella Freud, Bella Freud), JÉRÔME DREYFUSS bag, NIKE trainers
When Alexa Chung released her “Alexa Chung for AG” line I was mesmerized by this particular button-front skirt – it was also in denim – which I had a weakness for.
Slowly I started seeing button-front skirts everywhere, even in suede! Its vintage aesthetic is a perfect pairing to the 70’s trend that has been so popular in the past few months.
Some ways to style the look:
I first came across Delfina Delettrez‘s designs when Chiara Ferragni (of The Blonde Salad) started wearing the label’s unique “eye” earring; and I thought they were distinct and pretty unique even on its own.
“I like to play the alchemist,” says fourth generation Fendi and jeweller Delfina Delettrez of her design process.
Since the inception of her brand in 2007, she has developed a signature perspective using a wide material vocabulary, manifested in her original use of figurative surrealism and natural iconography including hands, eyes, bees, and lips.
Delettrez’s designs are hyper-modern, but still hand-made in her Roman atelier. She has one store in Rome, located on via del Governo Vecchio.
You can shop her designs at LUISAVIAROMA, MATCHESFASHION and FARFETCH.
Photos of Chiara Ferragni from THE BLONDE SALAD.
There is something very exquisite about the hair choices made at Valentino’s fashion presentations. Well-suited for the brand’s stunning floor-length gowns, the hairstyle each season are simple, but yet catches the audience’s eye as the models walk down the runway.
Some accessories to help you recreate this beauty look after the jump:
Danish jeweller Jane Koenig freely mixes old, antique objects such as roses made of chorale, antique precious stones, tortoise shell and ivory and other unique stuff with modern materials and design for unexpected meetings.
The simplicity of her designs are simple but intriguing at the same time – look out for those delicate earrings which are my absolute favourite.