Lace as we know it probably originated in the sixteenth century, although fine nets were swishing around for centuries before that. Needles or bobbins spun silky threads in dreamy colors for the adornment of modish outfits of the day. Ever since then, we’ve been looking for new ways to wear lace, and 2018 is no different. Lace dresses are often either conservative or coquettish, but these strike a lovely balance. Think Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (can’t you see her in the green one?), not the Queen Mother. Playful colors counter the naughtiness of the lace, creating a sexy attitude that’s anything but stodgy.
Julia Restoin Roitfeld daughter of Carine Roitfeld teams up with Chinese fashion label Me & City, for its winter collection. New Lookbook consists of 60's and 70's rock style inspired looks made of leather, lace and animal prints. I like animal print coat and high waisted skirt with side zips.
Photographer: Mei Yuan Gui
Smells like Summer. Brazilian beauty Marcelia Freesz plays with colors for the latest Brazilian's fashion label Essenciale Spring-Summer campaign. Floral prints, soft colors, lace are the main trends in this collection.
Photographer: Gustavo Marx
Styling: Renata Correa
Mango showed their new Autumn-Winter collection in Paris, France at Centre Pompidou. What can I say? Wow! I'm actually quite fond of this! It looks very chic and cool. Mango did it great! I like fuzzy red sweaters, one shoulder dresses, red lace dresses, leopard print dresses and coats, nude dresses, polka dot dresses, metallic suits, these outfits make thinking of fall and winter not so difficult anymore.