wkd’s 5 Winning Looks
I do very often wake up feeling androgynous, and even though the weather in Abu Dhabi has reached unforgiving at this point, I recently pulled out and re-laundered all of my blazers and other structured over-things and still attempt to at least drape them over a chair when I go out in the evenings.
It’s been further wonderful inspiration having all the Spring 2017 Menswear lines hitting the catwalk this month (even if I haven’t had a split second to properly go through them yet because of work).
But this week I’ve been thinking about my love McQueen because I did the brave thing of gifting a good friend my copy of his tributary coffee table book Savage Beauty when she commented how much she loved it. It is already rely missed, but she lives close by.
Anyway, hence my enthusiasm for this collection. It really is the ultimate end goal in modern tailoring, isn’t it…
Absolutely wkd. McQueen Forever!
View the full line here.
With the tats or not at all.
Because it’s about to get dismally hot out here, and because about this time in 2014 I was puffing it hard in NYC at the close of one of its coldest-ever winters/springs, and because I love and will miss layering, and because hashtag recycling…this Fall 2015 look from the Rihanna-approved French brand is on my mind. It’s actually made from several North Face jackets sewn together. I wouldn’t exactly style it like that (maybe more like…), but… so badass. For now available here.
…as rocked by Rihanna in the recently released music video for ‘Kiss It Better’ (which I’m still not over, by the way). Huge thanks to Haus of Rihanna for always coming through with these details.
PS. They’ve got a pop-up open in NYC this week, and you should totally go if you’re lucky enough to be/live in NYC (boohoo me, etc.)
I know, I’m screaming “KEYCHAINS” (in the fashion of 2 Chainz) in my head too. On sale here now.
Can’t tell you how young I was when I first started virtually stalking Aussie design duo Cami and Nadia, and it brings me great pain to know that when I could’ve afforded their stuff I never bought any. Guess now I’m paying for it. No problem at all.