Temperley London LFW Spring 2015
"I was inspired by colour and print from very naughty Japanese paintings, woodblock prints, surreal sea creatures and lots of mixing of layers and kimono references with our looks both for day and evening," she went on. And all of this was entirely evident. Cropped trench jackets, breezy skirts worn over trousers but whose effect was only really felt wafting away as it did at the back, gingham and plaid, pink and black stripes, dense embroideries, stiff A-line silhouettes.
Slouchy-boxy tailoring was given the Temperley edge with lace accents and despite all of these references and layers, it never felt heavy.
If you ask me, no wardrobe is complete without a pair of leather pants. It might sound ~crazy~,
Here at IVXXII, we pretty much wear a uniform of all black almost every day. And don’t get us wrong, monochromatic dressing will never go out of style.
Fall is the time to revamp your wardrobe with brand new things. New boots? Check. New sweaters?
Naomi Campbell in Donna Karan in Harper’s Bazaar Latin America