You know, one thing I get with my job is the great privilege to be who I am majority of the time. However, not everyone gets that, thousands of women out there struggle to keep a balance between their desires, their responsibilities, their needs and society's expectations. As silly as it might appear even i struggle with that sometimes...
I didn't get back to London properly and already had to leave for Milan. Most importantly is that I did get the time to go darker in between and now I'm back to being a brunette, or at least a glossier version of myself.
Another look that I wore to PFW, this one is luckily more online shopable. I've always been a big fan of red, but when it's red by Nina Ricci it's also super chic and minimal. The cropped pants are one of the most beautiful options I've seen this Autumn Winter 16/17, slightly flared at the bottom, with an unusual black suede detail from the inside.
Paris is a never ending inspiration to be chic, and what is more appropriate for that than one of the iconic Parisian brands- Emanuel Ungaro. I wore this Ungaro outfit for the brand's show at Paris Fashion Week a while ago.
You've probably been wondering if I'm alright, or if you see my updates on Instagram you're probably thinking I'm the least serious person. I promise you neither are true! The past few months have been SO insanely busy with fashion weeks and offline projects that it's just been impossible to find time to update. Also my new flat hasn't had internet as the building had a wiring problem so updating the blog became impossible, by the time I went into the city to do it I'd have a new meeting or deadline up and then I'd have to just leave the post unfinished.
Travelling as much as I do, you find yourself standing beside a suitcase unable to decide what to pack. So many different cities, with differing weather and cultural vibes conflicting with different reasons for travel, a need for dozens of outfits in a month. How can you possibly know what to take with you every single time?
One of my absolute favourite looks this fashion month is this blue one I wore at Milan fashion week. It's also one of the rare times when I don't feel bad wearing a head to toe outfit for 2 reasons...
Fashion week is going as planned, without any time to do ANYTHING, including have food or post on the blog. So I really hope you're keeping up with my adventures on Instagram. But today I'm back on the blog to share one of the super awesome things I've been working on this summer. This Autumn Winter season I'm the face of Cadenzza's new street style campaign which you'll find in the brand's stores around the world!
Freshly returned from our big family trip to Malta I haven't really had much time to adapt as I headed straight into work. The London weather isn't really inspiring much either so all I can do is look at the pictures from our vacation while waiting for my makeup and hair to be done.
When preparing for my trip to Cuba, I decided nothing would be better to wear than Alice Temperley’s S/S16 collection, which is actually inspired by Havana! So I filled my suitcase with a few colourful dresses, tops, and skirts, all with slits and an open chest. They worked quite perfectly with the heat and the surroundings, especially among the ruined mansion that now hosts the establishment that is the city’s La Guarida.
Autumn is around the corner yet Europe is so hot it feels like summer is still in full force. In this kind of weather there aren't too many outfit options. It's either little flowy dresses every single day, or crop tops and something baggy. I opted for the sporty version of the latter courtesy of 3.1. Phillip Lim.