Wearing an Alexandre Vauthier jumpsuit from FWRD to my book signing at Colette in Paris! Honestly, I don’t know why I don’t wear more jumpsuits because they’re both comfortable and … The post Book Signing at Colette in Paris appeared first on Song of Style. SOURCE: Song of Style - Read entire story here.
Undoubtedly, the most enriching part of my disparate portfolio of work is the degree to which I travel to far-flung corners of the Earth that I would never have visited but for a client wanting a particular shot of a particular building at a particular time of year, or their leather factory being nestled in the depths of a gloriously different world where people are kind and happy and have no locks on their doors. Even so, I’ve caught myself in the unbecoming habit of lamenting the woes of
“You’re going to Tokyo… straight after fashion month… and you’re six months pregnant….” I didn’t consider the madness of that sentence until someone strung it together in that way, in addition to the raised eyebrows that went with it. Under any other normal circumstances, I don’t really need a rhyming reason to go to Tokyo. It is my happy place, where the simple act of going into a convenience store instantly lifts my spirits. Therefore I
(Photos by: Casey) Outfit Details: Urban Outfitters Scarf | Zara Jacket (similar) | Everlane Sweater | J.Crew Turtleneck (currently on sale for 25% off with the code STARTSHOPPING) | Zara Jeans (similar pair on Shopbop) | Koolaburra by UGG Boots (gift) | Illesteva Sunglasses (love this pair) It was quite a bit chillier up in the Adirondacks this past weekend so I wanted to make sure I bundled up enough depending on the temperature and time of day. Click through for more photos and to read how I
Halloween festivities looking a bit dull this year? Perhaps try your hand at scoring Count Dracula's epic pad to throw your party at. That's right, the ever-creative people at Airbnb have just listed Bran Castle in Romania for their latest competition. Decked out in velvet trimmed coffins (for sleeping in, duh), gothic candles, freakish artwork and a dining room fit for a bloodsucker, the competition will allow for two people to stay at the castle which inspired Bram Stoker's classic tale
Every day contains within it countless opportunities, all dictated by the choices you make. If you stay within your comfort zone too long, you just may miss out on an amazing new opportunity. In the past 8 weeks Jonathan and I have been living quite the nomadic life. We have house sat, road tripped down south, stayed at the Marriott in the City and now, we’re based out of a little AirBnB in Bondi. Everywhere we have stayed has been completely different, which has just added to the entire
Venice is a magical place unlike anywhere on this earth. A place without cars, bikes, and scooters, where the main mode of transportation is to glide along canals on gondolas, powerboats and water taxi’s. It brings a sense of quiet – disconnection even – from the outside world, where the only stress comes from where to eat dinner or when you (inevitably, and happily) get lost down one of its many cobblestone streets. Fortunately, standing prominently on a corner overlooking the
Pre note: Realise it’s Fashion Month and I haven’t fashion month-ed posted yet. You can read a bit of me here and here… She. He. Her. Him. Feminine. Masculine. Femme. Homme. These are the conventional ways of categorising fragrance that are also normally accompanied by pink hued curved glass bottles for women and impossibly deep voices on television adverts for men. However, when Prada presented their olfactory interpretations of these gender constructs, it was
I'd only been to Greece once before, a few days on Santorini a few years ago, so when my sister Alyse told me she wanted to do some of the Greek Islands this summer I was on board straight away. As we began our trip with Med Experience it quickly became apparent that island hopping in Greece is the best way to travel.We spent a night in Athens getting to know our group over a bit of feta, lamb and beers before heading off to Santorini in the morning. It was a long ferry trip but we used the time
With fashion month upon us, what better way to kick off the whirlwind of a new season than with a must-have that celebrates the four fashion capitals across the globe. Introducing, Smythson’s Fashion Capital Correspondence Cards. Coming in a package of eight white engraved postcards with matching hand tissue-lined envelopes, you can send a special note to anyone no matter where you are in the world. And while we’re a website with plenty of technological abilities, there’s
Traveling abroad often involves long stints trapped in dreary airports that are about as inspiring as a sausage on a stick. Singapore wanted to change this so they've added even more design features to their award-winning Changi Airport - a terminal which currently holds the title as the world’s best airport four years in a row. The space already houses facilities that rival most five star hotels, but the airport's latest plan could be the most audacious one yet - installing the wor...
1&13/ Outside Newrybar Merchants (Wearing Auguste The Label top, Asos jeans & K.Jacques sandals). 2&16/ Views from Gaia Retreat (Wearing Zimmermann swimsuit). 3&12/ Lunch at Harvest Restaurant. 4,5,6,7&8/ Travel book inspiration, blooms, eco soy candles and rug heaven at Newrybar Merchants (Wearing Spell dress & Converse sneakers). 9/ Gaia Retreat’s Spa area. 10/ Killen Falls (Wearing Auguste dress). 11/ Tigmi Trading textures. 14/ Sunset at The Pass. 15/
We’re finally experiencing some semblance of a scorching summer in London. Which means in my current child-carrying state, I’m approximately ten degrees hotter than everyone else. On the tube, whilst I’m desperate to spread my legs wide and fan my nether regions with a giant palm frond, I’m refraining because of this little thing called modesty loitering in the back of my mind. Favouring all things buttoned-up right from the get-go Incidentally the word modesty has been making headlines,