Monthly Archives: March 2011
I thought I would give you some insight as to what are the biggest statement coats for this winter. Shape is key with the ovoid being at the top of the list. The maxi is not the most convenient, especially when it’s raining and the bottom of your coat is getting drenched. But oh my gosh it looks amazing. The Parker is still a must have in the wardrobe and a bit of fur trim is a nice update from last season. The Cape is looking very cool and trendy! Country Road has the most stylish one I have seen so far. And the trench is still here however now it’s got contrast piping and trim detail. I also recommend you be bold and get a bright coloured coat – its fun and and stands out on a cold winters day!
Love Chloe`s take on the seventies trend. The snake print adds a nice twist, hinted with a bit of bright colour here and there. I am suddenly in love with denim culottes. Been seeing quite a few around. Divine….
In case you haven’t heard, Jimmy Choo, the shoe designer, doesn’t actually own or design for his namesake label. In fact, he hasn’t been involved since 2000. UK private equity firm, TowerBrook, owns the majority of the company. (The other big shareholder is co-founder/chief creative officer Tamara Mellon, who owns 15% of the business.) TowerBrook is keen on selling. LVMH, Valentino, and a few private equity firms have been whispered as potential buyers.
Previously designed by Matthew Williamson, Gianfranco Ferre, Marni and Roberto Cavalli among others, Diet Coke and Coca-Cola bottles have been getting fashionable and collectable makeovers by fashion’s biggest names since 2003.
It’s no surprise Lagerfeld was invited back for a second collection, this time decorating the pink and white bottles with stars, stripes and spots, next to his unmistakeable be-ponytailed silhouette.