Howzit? I hope you're all fine and dandy. I'm not going to rant about how busy I am. Life is good and I'm grateful that I have a job, a home, family etc etc etc. Life gets even better when I get the opportunity to be a blob on the couch and look at glorious illustrations by Dadu Shin ( I previously blogged about this genius here). This New York based illustrator rocks my little world.
Tailored, elongated and classic. Those are three words that came to mind when I saw this collection. I haven't been blogging and people have been wondering why. I'm not lazy, I'm devoted to the kids in my class and presently, they richly deserve all of my energy. We're constantly evolving and I'm at a stage in my life which includes a lot of spiritual development. As much as I love fashion, I also love many other things. Right now, at this very moment, I'm appreciating the art of John Patrick's designs.. I'll also be styling in the very near future. Stay tuned if you're interested. xx
Hello hi there. My sincere apologies that I've been MIA but school just started and I've been getting into the swing of things. It has been a little cray to say the least. Sooo, It's Sunday and I finally have the chance to show you Claudine Doury's photography. During the week, I visually indulged in her work and her series Artek really resonated with me. I love the mood and the way she, over a period of 10 years, delicately captured these teens at a Summer camp in the Soviet Union. The 7th image is my fave and it would look great on my wall.
I love everything about Erin Wasson including her Venice beach home. I spotted this on Studded Hearts (original post by Tales of Endearment by Natalie Joos) which means you probably have seen it already but I love this woman so much I had to share it on my little baby. There are so many antiques, it's just too good. Decor inspiration to the max. Have a super weekend. xo
Jillian Boustred is a graduate from the University of Technology in Sydney. Her recent collection, Undercurrent are like art pieces. All of the garments are structured, simple and over sized so that Boustred could use it as a canvas. It's quite exciting when such talent catches your eye. I looked at this collection with deep and thorough admiration.
Photographer: Byron Spencer
It is an honour to be a contributor for Georgette Magazine. They've given me the opportunity to style and it's always a pleasure to work with editor, Nicole. For their latest editorial, we headed out to a coastal village in Cape Town called Kommetjie. It was extremely windy but overall we had fun and we made a good team.
Photographer: Anika Molnar
Styling: Nicole Danielle & Me
Hair & Make-up: Jacqueline Viljoen
Model: Holly De Carteret from ICE Models
Photographer's assistant: Clive Myburgh
Whenever The Row comes out with a new collection, it has become a tradition and inevitably so to blog about it, they never disappoint and I mean never! Their Pre Fall 2015 collection is impeccable. The clean silhouettes and the luxurious fabrics are worthy of a drool and a dreamy sigh.
Hello again. Soo, this editorial for CR Fashion Book December 2014 is just too good. Initially I shared it on my tumblr, I tweeted about it and yet I felt like this genius styling had to be shared on le blog.
Photograhpy: Philip Messmann
Styling: Benjamin Galopin
Hair: Laurent Mole
Make-up: Mayumi Oda
Model: Carly Moore
In Cape Town, summer is in full swing but despite the heavenly heat, I'm loving the oversized layering for Document Journal.
Photographer: Johan Sandberg
Styling: Mauricio Nardi
Mansur Gavriel's S/S 2015 collection is all kinds of amazing. I always blog about stuff I could never afford (what a lol) but I can admire and dream. Anyway, the quality(ah yes, the beauty and splendour of Italian leather) simplicity and classic designs are just glorious.