Law of Desire
Photography by Greg Gex
Styling by Pandora Lennard
After spending sometime looking for the perfect biker boots I just realized I didn’t really want them because everybody seems to wear them nowday, and I always have a problem with this issue. It was then that I came across these navy boots (similar to bikers in the pic, but quite not the same once you wear them) from Jil Sander that perfectly fit my needs right now: they are flat, comfortable enough to walk to work everyday and smart enough for job meetings when I don’t feel like wearing heels. They also come in a very tempting light brown shade but unfortunately they didn’t have it in my number at the shop. Or maybe better like this…cause I wouldn’t really have known how to choose between black and brown! (This is actually quite strange since I never even consider buying brown shoes, but those looked quite special).
On another note, last Friday night I attended the Gareth Pugh for Melissa party at 10 Corso Como in Milan. Gareth Pugh himself was there and my colleague was really lucky to have the chance to interview him for an Italian magazine. Hopefully I will manage to share the video with you very soon guys! I don’t have any pic to share cause light was really low plus my hands were shaking ahaha, just the ones on my twitter but yeah…you can see the poor quality of iphone pics with no lights.
Have a fab week ahead darlings. Mine is going to be busy as hell
Currently obsessing over the work of Hana Frisonsova, a young and talented fashion designer from Czech Republic. Her Mysteries collection features a lot of beautifully cut leather pieces and draped tunics. It is avantgarde, severe and edgy enough to make your mama cry. Not to mention those insane and perfectly designed leather and wooden platforms…surely we will hear a lot about her in the future.
Check her out here:
Find her on Not Just a Label
Hana studied Textile and Fashion design on Technical University in Liberec. She began her career with the project SUUS but now she works under her name. In June 2011 Hana got the Erste Bank Fashion Award during the 11 festival for fashion & photography in Vienna. The award recognizes exceptional fashion collections created by designers from Central and Eastern Europe.
If it wasn’t because this Junya Watanabe black sleeveless dress from Ln-CC store looks like something that should be tried on before buying it, I would be very, veeeery tempted to indulge in some crazy shopping. Actually the dress it’s quite pricey considering that it is made from synthetic leather, but the design is so beautiful it could justify every penny!